Best d3football podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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The Front 3 Football Podcast
NEW episodes every Monday and Thursday!The Front 3 is the football podcast from Adam Boultwood, Laurence McKenna, Kris Heneage and Dave O'Brien, debating and analysing all the big issues in the beautiful game, from the Premier League, to the Bundesliga, to Serie A to MLS and more!SUBSCRIBE on iTunes: us on Twitter: @thefront3Adam Boultwood - @adamboultwoodLaurence McKenna - @lozcastDavid O'Brien - @StatmanDaveKris Heneage - @kheneage
DLF is the industry leading source for dynasty fantasy football information and analysis. Join us as we explore the dynasty implications of the latest fantasy football news.
Podcast - Critical thinking football debate (mainly English Premier League)Twitter = @dandgfootiepodiTunes link:
Liberty League "In The HuddLLe"
Join the weekly Liberty League recap show hosted by Frank Rossi and James Baker "In the HuddLLe", where they'll be covering all the season's weekly game results, interviews, and in-depth analysis of Hobart, Union, RPI, St. Lawrence, Rochester, WPI, Springfield, and King's Point football each week!Frank and James bring their passion for Division III college football to you every Sunday and an intimate knowledge of the Liberty League landscape. Frank has been a Division III football commentato ...
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Psst … it’s possible to have a Around the Nation Podcast without Keith McMillan, as long as we have someone from Around the Nation to fill in. So this month, while Keith is unavailable on assignment, Pat Coleman will be joined by current ATN columnist Adam Turer to fill the big shoes. This month there are plenty of teams shufflin ...…
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We’ve talked a lot already about the Stagg Bowl leaving Salem, which is big news in Division III circles, and now it’s time to take a look at the first of our new hosts, Shenandoah, Texas. Although the first Stagg Bowl in Woodforest Bank Stadium isn’t for another 20 months, we talked with the championship’s host to get an early idea of what the ...…
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One of the big topics of discussion right now in Division III football, and in college football as a whole, is preseason practice time, including what seems to be likely — the end to two-a-day practices in camp. It’s certainly important to coaches, who have already planned their August camp, especially in Division III, where spring ball is not ...…
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Members of this past year’s senior class are chasing their dreams of pro football right now, and next year’s senior class has players hoping to do the same. In light of that, the February edition of the Around the Nation podcast talks with three Division III alumni who are living that dream, in various stages of their career. For ...…
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The Around the Nation Podcast returns to offseason mode, including discussion of the latest news from Pat Coleman and Keith McMillan as well as a range of interviews from around Division III. The January podcast features new John Carroll coach Rick Finotti, who was gracious enough to join us on his fifth day of work at JCU, along ...…
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It was a tension-filled battle to decide Stagg Bowl XLIV and a great game to boot Pat and Keith were joined by the rest of the on-air crew from the Stagg Bowl XLIV audio broadcast, including Adam Turer, Frank Rossi and Kevin Niehus, for this final ATN Podcast of 2016. We discussed the championship game, interviewed UMHB quarterba ...…
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Our podcast team was truly around the nation this week, as Keith McMillan was in Belton, Texas, and Pat Coleman was in Oshkosh, Wis., for the two national semifinals. What results is an informative breakdown with commentary from players and coaches at both games, along with a quick look at the future for John Carroll and Mount Union and Pat and ...…
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When you’re down to just 16 teams and eight games, we can take the time to go through each of them, and it was a week which made Keith very happy. There was a lot of defense to talk about for this former Division III safety. Defenses came up big in expected places, such as Whitewater, Wis., or University Heights, Ohio, but the other games featu ...…
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Whether you were among the excited, with no rooting interest, or among the tense, with your season hanging in the balance, the 3 p.m. hour-plus in the Eastern Time Zone on Saturday was a great time to be a Division III football fan. Three games came down to the final play, and Pat and Keith talk about them all in detail, as well as the other 13 ...…
Friend, brother, coach, mentor, student of the game, a leader in every sense of the word. Ronald Jones has a wild football career. From all-league performances on Friday nights, to the day-to-day grind of D3 football at Bellevue, to coaching one of the top teams in the country. This is not just a football story, it's a life story.…
Justin McIsaac and Dave Haley got together to talk about Doc Wheeler stepping down as Manchester Central basketball coach, the NH Football Power Poll silliness, NH D3 Football, and more....
Season of Life
For over a decade, Rob Gau was defined as a star athlete. The Connecticut native was a D3 football and basketball player at Trinity College. Gau stopped by Season of Life to discuss why he doesn't work out anymore, how he started the music sharing site Mugatunes and the keys to building an identity outside of sports.… The Real Sports Guys interview Jimmy Grant and Sean Miskimins the authors of Deprived: The Lost 1982 NFL Season: In 1982 the NFL season was halted for 57 days by a players strike. Although an abbreviated season was eventually completed, the fans were cheated out of a full schedule, great matchups, and a true post-season. Go b ...…
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