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In a world where college football is dramatically celebrated and dramatically critiqued it can be often forgotten that those playing, coaching or living this game are in fact, human. The Yogi Roth Show: How Great Is Ball unearths that humanity in Season 5 of his podcast. Award-winning storyteller, broadcaster and host Yogi Roth brings you Season 5 of The Yogi Roth Show by interviewing All-Americans, Hall of Fame coaches, agents of change in sport, names you never heard of and more. Visit htt ...
 
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Welcome back, Pac-12. On Thursday, the presidents and chancellors in the conference voted to allow hoops to return on the proper timetable so that all the teams will be playing with the rest of college basketball (save the Ivy League) when the season starts. The pod opens up with a discussion on that, then Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander split open…
 
The Amers Tribune's Travis Hines and the Des Moines Register's Randy Peterson chat Cyclone football including what went wrong with Louisiana and Matt Campbell discussing the feeling of "the end of fall camp" and how despite the Louisiana loss, pretty much everything remains on the table for Iowa State football. Then the guys discuss that Iowa State…
 
Happy Tuesday, everybody. College hoops will have no shortage of news later this week, so be on the lookout for another podcast in a couple of days. But before that, we continue with our NBA Draft profiles, focusing on one-and-done UNC point guard Cole Anthony. His stock was in the top-five range a year ago. Now he's reasonably somewhere between No…
 
On Wednesday, the NCAA's Division I Council approved a Nov. 25 start date. That's a good thing ... with some drawbacks. Good to have a date, bad for MTE events like the Maui Invitation which will now have to move around that date and create schedule chaos as a result. But there's a lot of positivity to get to! Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander have e…
 
'All Things Covered' with Patrick Peterson & Bryant McFadden' debuts on Tuesday, September 22nd with special guest Tyrann Mathieu. Download and subscribe now to get the first episode in your feed as soon as it is released! Patrick Peterson and Bryant McFadden have made a living for their coverage skills on the football field, and while it's a diffe…
 
The Ames Tribune's Travis HInes and the Des Moines Register's Randy Peterson revisit what went wrong for Iowa State football Saturday in their loss to Louisiana at Lafayette and the Ragin' Cajuns. They also target some areas that are likely for improvement in the upcoming weeks on the gridiron. Finally they discuss the shifting landscape for footba…
 
News: the NBA Draft's initial target date of Oct. 16 will be pushed back, with the new target being Nov. 18. That in mind, our Draft Profiles series continues with a player who could go as high as No. 4 or as low as No. 11: Auburn freshman Isaac Okoro. If you look at what Okoro does well right now and compare it to what Kawhi Leonard did well a dec…
 
On Wednesday morning an outrageous headline came in: ACC coaches agreed on a conference call to propose to the NCAA an all-inclusive 2021 tournament. Everybody into the pool. Uh, what? Is this even possible? It's not practical. The pod leads with Parrish and Norlander picking this plan apart, then getting to Norlander's story from Tuesday that reve…
 
Emery Songer is joined by the Des Moines Register's Randy Peterson and Travis Hines of the Ames Tribune as it is finally game week and they talk about what that means in a 2020 pandemic year. They also get into a discussion on fans at Jack Trice Stadium. And in the last segment they break down the matchup between the Cyclones and the Louisiana Ragi…
 
Happy Labor Day weekend, listeners. Our latest profile pod focuses on a one-and-doner out of the Pac-12 who draws comparisons to Brandon Clarke and John Collins. Onyeka Okongwu could go as high as No. 4 and seems to be slotting well into that No. 6 and No. 7 range. If you missed out on most of USC's games last season, listen in to understand why he…
 
Emery Songer is joined by the Des Moines Register's Randy Peterson and Ames Tribune's Travis Hines as the guys chat about the capacity of Jack Trice Stadium this year after an announcement from Jamie Pollard yesterday there will be 25,000 fans allowed in the first football game and the enforcement of the capacity. The guys then chat about football …
 
Ashley Adamson, host of the Pac-12 Networks, re-joins The Yogi Roth Show as these two long-time colleagues and friends discuss dealing with conflict in her career, the power of 'Storytelling,' the Pac-12 sports landscape in 2020 and her view on social media as a media personality. As always, Ashley brings a perspective and advice that is refreshing…
 
College basketball has lost two of its greatest coaches ever in the span of only four days. This episode honors their memories and gets into some personal storytelling, too. Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander open with a long discussion about the late John Thompson Jr., Georgetown's greatest, who you can make a case for as the most important coach in …
 
Fantasy Football Today in 5, the fastest way to keep up with fantasy football, debuts on Monday, August 31. Download and subscribe now to get the first episode in your feed as soon as it is released! Want Fantasy advice, news and analysis fast? Fantasy Football Today in 5 will get you caught up on what you need to know to win your league in just 5 …
 
Two podcasts in one day? In August? We're here for you. This is a quickie emergency pod that addresses serious news that emerged late Wednesday morning: Will Wade, according to NCAA findings, has made at least 11 offers to players and/or former LSU prospects that included impermissible benefits. This information comes via an ESPN.com report, which …
 
The podcast is thankful that despite what's going to be the longest offseason in college basketball history, there are indeed headlines that surface weekly that provide us with fodder for the pod. Today's ep opens with a discussion on scuttlebutt about Jay Wright and the potential he'd leave Villanova for the 76ers job. Then the guys get to Norland…
 
Emery Songer is joined by the Des Moines Register's Randy Peterson and Ames Tribune's Travis Hines as they recap the AP Poll with all teams listed even Big Ten and Pac-12 teams that aren't going to be playing. They also go over COVID-19 protocols. The guys discuss Cyclone players that are currently flying under the radar. And to end the program the…
 
Jedidiah Collins, known as the Fullback of Finance, joins The Yogi Roth Show to share his journey from undrafted free agent out of Washington State, who was cut 12 times in 7 NFL seasons, to an expert in finance. Fast forward to today and Jed is an accomplished author of the book 'Your Money Vehicle' and founder of the Virtual Financial Literacy pr…
 
The fifth discussion in our draft-profile series focuses for the first time on an international prospect. Deni Avdija is now being regarded as a better NBA pick than all but maybe three players who played college basketball last season. What to know, why he's intriguing, why his situation should never be compared to Luka Dončić. Parrish and Norland…
 
Emery Songer is joined by the Des Moines Register's Randy Peterson and the Ames Tribune's Travis HInes as they look at the impact of the Big Ten and PAC-12 postpoing their college football seasons. They also take a look at the possibility of pushing back college basketball to 2021. The show ends with a look at what college football may look like wh…
 
If Gonzaga and Baylor can maneuver on a dime and schedule each other for next season, then of course there's real optimism college basketball can pull off a regular season for 2020-21. This episode leads with Norlander's scoop on Few and Drew's coup, and gets into a lot of the scenarios and scuttlebutt Parrish and Norlander have heard from coaches …
 
This week's prospect analysis looks at all of the off- and on-court attributes and setbacks that make James Wiseman a fascinating case. Wiseman is our fourth profile so far, and he's the final player with a realistic chance of being selected No. 1 overall in October. The biggest question we have: Will the fact he quit Memphis in December impact whe…
 
Emery Songer is joined by the Des Moines Register's Randy Peterson and Ames Tribune's Travis HInes as the guys discuss the decision of the Big Ten and Pac-12 Conferences to push their fall sports back to the spring. They also debate if it was the right decision particularly after hearing what an ACC expert had to say. Nebraska and specifically Scot…
 
What was mostly expected Tuesday: the Big Ten and Pac-12 announcing they were pushing football to the spring. What wasn't? The Pac-12 also announcing it will not have any sports of any kind played before January. So 12 Pac-12 men's basketball programs just had more than 100 nonconference games taken out from underneath them. Truth is, the rest of t…
 
The NBA Draft lottery is two weeks away. Whatever teams land in the No. 1, 2 and 3 spots of that lottery will heavily weigh selecting Georgia's Anthony Edwards. He's a lock to go in the top five. But his one-and-done season with the Dawgs was hit-or-miss. Is his floor lower than most are acknowledging? Are analysts doomed to refer to him in the nex…
 
Monday was the NCAA's deadline for college players to declare whether they would remain in the draft pool or return to school. There were less than 10 meaningful and noteworthy decisions that came down in the 48 hours leading up to the deadline; this pod discusses all of those stay-or-leave calls, led by Illinois benefitting as much or more than an…
 
The NCAA’s deadline to withdraw from the 2020 NBA Draft isn’t until next week — but Baylor’s MaCio Teague went ahead and made a decision (1:20). He’ll be back at Baylor. And now, provided Jared Butler also withdraws from the draft, Scott Drew’s Bears look like they’ll be the preseason favorite in the Big 12. So Gary Parrish and Kyle Boone opened th…
 
In the lead-up to October's NBA Draft, the podcast will be adding more episodes to your weekly feed that include breezy but knowledgeable discussions on the biggest and best prospects in the 2020 draft pool. Our second episode of this variety focuses on Obi Toppin, who led Dayton to its best season in school history. Norlander believes Toppin will …
 
In the lead-up to October's NBA Draft, the podcast will be adding more episodes to your weekly feed that include breezy but knowledgeable discussions on the biggest and best prospects in the 2020 draft pool. This is the first of those episodes, and LaMelo Ball is the subject because Gary Parrish has him slotted atop his mock draft. We hope you enjo…
 
Emery Songer is joined by the Des Moines Register's Randy Peterson and the Ames Tribune's Travis Hines and they start the show off discussing expectations for Big 12 Media Day and how that might tell us about how the season will go. The guys also give their reaction to media selections for the All-Big 12 Preseason Team and to finish the program the…
 
Rather significant headline popped Monday: Gonzaga’s best player bolted on the team and didn’t tell them in advance. Filip Petrusev would’ve been a First Team A-A pick in the preseason had he opted to return, but that’s not the case. Parrish and Norlander react to the news and differ on where they’d slot the Zags heading into the fall. Some behind-…
 
Penny Hardaway and Memphis got a commitment Wednesday from 2020 five-star center Moussa Cisse. Surely nothing will go wrong in the next few months, right? Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander give you the particulars of what to know about the situation surrounding Cisse, and then they get to Jonathan Kuminga's Thursday evening announcement (22:30) that …
 
George Whitfield Jr is the most well-known private quarterback coach in the history of the profession, as he fundamentally created the profession and took it to unprecedented heights. He has appeared on ESPN’s College Gameday and every other sports media platform. He has trained the likes of Andrew Luck, Cam Newton, Jameis Winston, Johnny Manziel, …
 
Kevin Carroll, storyteller extraordinaire, is a creative catalyst for millions around the globe. A former member of the military, head athletic trainer in the NBA, Nike executive who was called ‘The Mayor of Nike’ by Phil Knight joined The Yogi Roth show. An award-winning speaker and author joins the podcast for the second time. These two close fri…
 
On Wednesday, the Ivy League made significant news in college sports when it announced all organized sports within the league would not be permitted through the end of the fall semester. Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander open with thoughts on basketball -- and football -- and how these issues are interconnected and why college hoops' season is alread…
 
Emery Songer is joined by the Des Moines Register's Tommy Birch and Matt Bain and they chat about why Cyclone guard Rasir Bolton explains that he transferred from Penn State including accusations against things said by Nittany Lions Head Coach Pat Chambers. Coach Steve Prohm expects a bounce-back year out of the Cyclones and the guys also wonder if…
 
Dr. Michael Gervais joins Yogi Roth to share insights for the 2020 Elite 11 Quarterback class. The worlds leading high performance psychologist recently released his book, Compete to Create, with Pete Carroll on Audible and hosts his own podcast, Finding Mastery. The Seattle Seahawks high performance psychologist can be found on social media @Micha…
 
Emery Songer is joined by the Des Moines Register's Matt Bain and Tommy Birch and they chat about topics of the day including Blake Hinson transferring from Ole Miss to the Iowa State men's basketball team, Oklahoma State dealing with the COVID-19 outbreak and Kansas State and other schools dealing with accusations of racial inequality.…
 
Quincy Avery, an Elite 11 QB coach and one of the most successful quarterback trainers in the sport. He has trained Deshaun Watson, Dwayne Haskins, Jalen Hurts and many more. This episode tells the story of how Quincy went from being homeless to being a trainer for first round draft picks, 5-Star QBs and those who dream to play QB at a high level. …
 
For the second straight Monday, a No. 1-rated basketball recruit has proven skeptics wrong and announced a commitment to playing college basketball over more lucrative alternatives. On Monday, Emoni Bates made his choice to play for Michigan State, if and when he's eligible to do so. Bates is in the class of 2022 and has made no clear intention of …
 
Emery Songer is joined by the Des Moines Register's Randy Peterson and the Ames Tribune's Travis HInes and they debate if there will be fans at Iowa State and other collegiate games coming up in the 2020-2021 season. They also look at the financial impact that the Cyclones and other schools will feel if there are fewer or no fans this upcoming seas…
 
Big-time college hoops news got the week going on Monday. No. 1-rated 2020 recruit Cade Cunningham announced he will stay at Oklahoma State for next season, despite the 2021 postseason ban the NCAA handed the school. Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander open the podcast with perspective and reaction, then get into the Big East's 21 minority assistants c…
 
Emery Songer is joined by the Des Moines Register's Randy Peterson and the Ames Tribune's Travis Hines talk about positive COVID-19 tests and how this affects Iowa State and college athletics going forward. They also get into a discussion regarding Mike Gundy and Oklahoma State's reaction to Chuba Hubbard and other OSU players' issues with Gundy we…
 
And no, we're not talking about Leaky Black's 21st birthday, but that's big too and we want to acknowledge it as well. Eye on College Basketball' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever you listen to podcasts. Follow our hosts on Twitter: @GaryParrishCBS, @MattNorlander For more college basketball co…
 
If you thought the countersuit against Zion Williamson would fade away, you'd be wrong. This week, attorneys representing Gina Ford, Williamson's ex-agent, filed a new suit for consideration and cited text-message evidence and allegations regarding a wealthy home, and multiple luxury vehicles, both tied to the Williamson family during his time at D…
 
Emery Songer chats with the Des Moines Register's Randy Peterson and The Ames Tribune's Travis Hines chat about the effect of COVID-19 on ISU's upcoming seasons and protests at Iowa State. They also get into why people should be paying attention to the University of Iowa controversy and then remember the legend Johnny Majors.…
 
Friday brought a real NCAA bombshell: Oklahoma State was served a one-year postseason ban for 2021 among a laundry list of other impactful charges, including fines, a loss of recruiting days and scholarships. Gary Parrish flies solo for this emergency episode, giving you quick analysis to what became the biggest story in college sports heading into…
 
A tragedy in Minneapolis -- the murder of George Floyd by a white police officer -- has catalyzed and sparked worldwide protest efforts to weed out systemic racism. College basketball and its leaders can be agents for true, overdue change in this country. Today's podcast focuses on the conversations Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander have had with coa…
 
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