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Best Mike Golic Jr podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Mike Golic Jr podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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You have come to know the Golic family over the last 20yrs, hearing about their lives on ESPN radio. Now they are sitting down as a family to share stories, and laughs about everyday life....and maybe a little sports.
First and Last
Mike Golic Jr. recaps last night's highlights and take a first look at the coming day's stories.
First and Last
Mike Golic Jr. recaps last night's highlights and take a first look at the coming day's stories.
Trench Warfare
Hosted by Brandon Thorn, Trench Warfare will take a deep dive into offensive & defensive line play. This is a podcast for coaches, players and students of the game. Brandon will also discuss other relevant topics around the NFL and feature a variety of football guests.
A look inside the best athletes, coaches and people lacrosse has to offer. Hosted by former Syracuse All-American and current ESPN personality, Paul Carcaterra. 438627
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Brandon this week talks with Oregon Assistant Offensive Line Coach Alex Mirabal. They discuss the dominance of the Ducks unit and in particular Penei Sewell.
The Golics celebrate the one year anniversary of Sorry in Advance the only way they know howBy ESPN, Mike Golic, Mike Golic. Jr.
Brandon is joined by Rams' center, Brian Allen. They discuss Allen's recent injury, and what it's going to be like to watch the rest of the Rams' season from the sideline.
Mike Golic Jr wonders what bet would get him to touch Jenny's tail (3:05). Plus, the Golics discuss Tua's devastating injury (3:05), if it's okay to cry for Mitch (11:20), andBy ESPN, Mike Golic, Mike Golic. Jr.
Brandon takes us around the league in Week 10, highlighting the best and worst performances that stood out in each game. He breaks down Chandler Jones, Vita Vea and a whole lot more in the episode. Thank you to the presenting sponsors Indochino, Harry's, and Roman. Take a listen!
Why Jenny is donating her body to science (5:00), is it too early for Christmas Music (13:30) and would you rather give up Halloween Candy or Thanksgiving Turkey (19:15)?By ESPN, Mike Golic, Mike Golic. Jr.
This week Brandon sits down to talk with New Orleans Saints left tackle Terron Armstead. Terron discusses protecting for Teddy Bridgewater & how effective his unit has been so far in 2019.
A "crappy" weekend in South Bend for the Golics (5:00), Chris has an issue with Uber Eats (15:30), and was Mike Jr a "chunky or fat" baby (17:25)?By ESPN, Mike Golic, Mike Golic. Jr.
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Brandon sits down with ESPN college football analyst Mike Golic Jr. to discuss his current work, his time at Notre Dam & in the NFL, what he likes most about Cowboy offensive lineman Zach Martin, and his view on some of the best O-Line units in college football.
Some of the Golics went to London for Bears-Raiders and brought bad luck with them (3:30), Gardner's dad, Flint Minshew (9:00), and double dose of "Would You Rather" (26:00).By ESPN, Mike Golic, Mike Golic. Jr.
Brandon Thorn is back with a double dose of interviews. First, Buccaneers Center Ryan Jensen joins Brandon to discuss the Bucs big week 4 win over the Rams. Then Brandon talks to 3 time Super Bowl Champion, Mark Schlereth, and gains some insight on his 12 year NFL career.
The Golic's discuss Gardner Minshew's dad (12:00), Chris seeing her dream possibly end (22:30) and play "Would You Rather (32:30)?"By ESPN, Mike Golic, Mike Golic. Jr.
Brandon looks at film & reviews some of the best line play from Week 2 and how it might impact the upcoming week in the NFL.
Brandon's guest this week is former NFL offensive lineman and current media personality Ross Tucker. Ross goes into his playing background and gives his analysis on some of the best current o-line units.
Chris pregames the Bears opener (5:30), Jenny explains a "tire rotation" (9:20) and Sydney does Sydney things (13:10)By ESPN, Mike Golic, Mike Golic. Jr.
Brandon breaks down NFL offensive lines, including who he believes are the best O-linemen in the league. Then The Ringer's Robert Mays joins the show, discussing the NFL offensive line "State of the Union," and building the ultimate starting five in the trenches.
The Golics discuss Andrew Luck's shocking retirement (3:30), why Jenny is the worst gambler ever (17:10), and Chris' unhealthy obsession with The Brady Bunch (22:45).By ESPN, Mike Golic, Mike Golic. Jr.
The Golics discuss Jenny puking at a Hootie concert (1:30), the end of Waffle Crisp (5:00), and Antonio Brown's helmet issue (15:05).By ESPN, Mike Golic, Mike Golic. Jr.
This week Brandon has longtime Bears center Olin Kreutz on the podcast. Olin discusses his training techniques as a player, some of the best defensive tackles he went up against, and his thoughts on the Bears' transition at the center position for the 2019 season.
Brandon is back with Texas offensive line coach Herb Hand as his guest. Herb discusses in depth techniques to playing all positions on the offensive line.
Jake is on the hot seat this week after realizing cars are not actually his thing. (1:30) They pick what theme their cupcakes will be for their bake off. (25:45)By ESPN, Mike Golic, Mike Golic. Jr.
Chris and Mike sound older than ever (1:45), the sporting events that have taken over the summer (10:30), Sydney gets a new job (19:00), and they play Would Your Rather(30:30)By ESPN, Mike Golic, Mike Golic. Jr.
Chris and Mike are at ND (2:30), USA hopes to break England's heart, again (5:40), everyone is really excited for the next 30-for-30 (8:50), and play Would You Rather (15:15)By ESPN, Mike Golic, Mike Golic. Jr.
In the third episode of the Colt 45 podcast, host Zach Hicks is joined by Brandon Thorn of The Athletic and Host of the Trench Warfare podcast. They talk extensively about the Colts switching offensive line coaches as well as going in-depth on the offensive line group as a whole.
Brandon joins Jake Burns on Browns Film Breakdown to discuss all things Browns offensive line. How they will look under new offensive line coach James Campen, if Greg Robinson can sustain his second half of 2018 play, will Corbett be the answer at RG, and is J.C. Tretter worth re-signing long-term.
Katrina Dowd has always been different. Growing up in Yorktown, Dowd idolized creative players like Mikey Powell. Eventually, she chose to head to Evanston, Ill. to attend Northwestern, a school rising in prominence in the lacrosse world. Four years later, Dowd left at the beginning of a dynasty. Now back in her second stint with the U.S. natio ...…
The Golics return from a Father's Day weekend trip where Mike Sr. got into it with a fellow passenger (2:30). Plus, Team USA's celebrations (13:15) & LaVar is back (18:30).By ESPN, Mike Golic, Mike Golic. Jr.
Brandon Thorn answers all of your questions in the mailbag and is joined by Ravens left tacke Ronnie Stanley.
Joey Sankey has been challenged more than most these past few years. Sankey, North Carolina’s all-time leading scorer, missed the better part of two seasons with multiple knee injuries — and a battle with testicular cancer. But he prevailed. Sankey has been one of the toughest players on the field, and he’s had to be. At 5 feet, 5 inches, he’s ...…
Lars Tiffany’s lacrosse journey reached its peak on Memorial Day, when his Virginia team won its first national championship since 2011. The title was a culmination of three years of building for Tiffany and the Cavaliers, who went from the ACC cellar to the pinnacle of college lacrosse. During his press conference, Tiffany was quick to pay hom ...…
On this episode of The Trench Warfare Podcast, former Miami Dolphins offensive tackle Richmond Webb joins host Brandon Thorn to discuss his career and break down the offensive line position. bluewirepods.com
Mike Golic Jr is struggling from the start (0:30), they discuss Drake (11:30), the spelling bee tie (19:30), and play Would You Rather (22:00) and Fast Money (25:30)By ESPN, Mike Golic, Mike Golic. Jr.
Brandon sits down with the great Damian Woody to discuss training camp, philosophy of the game, what he learned from Bill Belicheck, and his experience transitioning into the media.
Kyle Harrison, the son of Morgan State legend Dr. Miles Harrison, had lacrosse in his DNA. He learned the game in the Baltimore suburbs, eventually taking his talents to Johns Hopkins. He played multiple sports, but fell in love with lacrosse and pursued a career in the sport after an illustrious college career. Since then, he’s changed the spo ...…
Mike Golic Jr. is a budding media personality at ESPN, but he’ll never forget his roots. Golic Jr, the son of the legendary ESPN radio host, grew up playing lacrosse and football in Connecticut. He later attended Notre Dame for football, but he never lost his love for lacrosse. Years later, Golic Jr. is back to the sport, calling multiple games ...…
This week Brandon talks shop with current Tampa Bay Buccaneers center Ryan Jensen.
Mike Golic Jr learns what "Black Tie" means in "Black Tie Gala" (3:30), the family discusses if they would rather control all electronics or all animals (24:10), and Sydney deBy ESPN, Mike Golic, Mike Golic. Jr.
This week Brandon sits down with former Bengals and Ravens offensive lineman Willie Anderson to talk about his career along with his thoughts on blocking techniques and how the position is being taught today.
Scott Ratliff is the pride of Atlanta. He grew up there and it’s where he found the game of lacrosse, a sport seldom seen in the area at the time. Eventually, he committed to play college lacrosse for the Loyola Greyhounds, where he won the school’s first national championship as part of a legendary rope unit in 2012. Now, Ratliff is a professi ...…
The Golics discuss why they feel bad for Daniel Jones (2:30), what made Nashville an amazing host for the NFL Draft (9:40) and play Would You Rather and the Fast Money round.By ESPN, Mike Golic, Mike Golic. Jr.
This week Brandon sits down with Oklahoma offensive line coach Bill Bedenbaugh to discuss what was the best offensive line unit in the country in 2018.
Joe Tsai moved from Taiwan to the United States to attend the Lawrenceville School when he was 13. He wanted to play baseball there, but instead found the game of lacrosse. He developed a love for the game that took him to Yale, where he played collegiately. In his post-lacrosse career, he co-founded Alibaba, in addition gaining ownership of mu ...…
Chris Hogan is an NFL wide receiver and a two-time Super Bowl champion with the New England Patriots. He’s also a lacrosse player at his core. After playing four season with Penn State men’s lacrosse, Chris Hogan made the decision to pursue football. He played a year at Monmouth and went undrafted. Hogan eventually worked his way through traini ...…
Brandon's guest this week is Washington State O-Line coach Mason Miller, who discusses how the Cougars coach a different brand of offensive lineman. Plus they discuss Miller's time at Valdosta State and how his former pupil, Eagles 1st round pick Andre Dillard, will transition to the NFL.
Boston College has lacrosse’s version of the triplets — Sam, Dempsey and Kenzie. The seniors are unequivocally three of the best players the game has to offer. They just happen to be on the same offense, terrorizing opposing defenses. Sam has the Tewaaraton and insane stick skills. Dempsey, she’s a freak athlete that dominates the full field. K ...…
Brandon is joined by guest Ben Fennell of the NFL Network to discuss offensive line prospects and the upcoming NFL Draft. bluewirepods.com
Mike, Mike Jr, and Jake discuss their draft day memories, Jenny's rough week, and play Would You RatherBy ESPN, Mike Golic, Trey Wingo
On the latest episode of Sorry in Advance, the Golic's debates what would be in their tell-all books.By ESPN, Mike Golic, Trey Wingo
Misunderstood? Maybe. Unique? No question. Scott Rodgers picked up his first goalie stick at the age of 7 on Long Island. He was a top-rated high school goalie in American his senior year, and later became the national goalie of the year at Notre Dame. Off the field, his personality is as big as his bicep. Today, we dive into his background and ...…
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