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Best The Ap Westwood One Podcast Network podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best The Ap Westwood One Podcast Network podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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With the help of players, coaches, TV analysts, school administrators and NCAA officials, AP College Football Writer Ralph Russo tackles on-and off-field issues affecting the sport throughout the year. The show gives everyone from the casual fan to the obsessed alum, an insider look into the AP Poll and all that is trending on campuses around the country. Be ready for the big game, signing day or spring practice with this weekly chat about college football.
 
The latest travel news, trends and trip ideas featuring host Warren Levinson, calling on the experience of Associated Press correspondents all over the world. Whether you’re an armchair traveler or a frequent flyer, “Get Outta Here!” provides you with a weekly conversation about travel that’s informative, inspiring and fun.
 
The coronavirus pandemic ranks among one of the most consequential stories ever covered by The Associated Press in its 170-year history. Go inside the hard-hit areas and all the places in between with AP’s global team of journalists as the world tries to stem the spread of the virus. Five days a week, hosted by AP's Ralph Russo. AP's coverage of the 2020 election doesn't stop. We continue to present special episodes of Ground Game: Election 2020 in this feed as well. Original. Unbiased. Fact ...
 
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Even the successful athletes who compete at the highest levels of their sports have moments when the game seems a little big for them. Those welcome-to-the-big-time moments can either break a player or make that player even better in the long run. Former college football offensive linemen Aaron Taylor of Notre Dame, Cole Cubelic of Auburn and Geoff…
 
College football is plowing toward a season in a pandemic. It begs the question: Is this essential and why? Dan Wetzel from Yahoo Sports joins AP’s Ralph Russo to discuss a bizarre offseason that is setting the stage for a college football season like we have never season before. The pandemic and social unrest is changing the power structure in all…
 
So many good choices but you can only pick 13. AP college football poll voter Matt Brown from The Athletic and AP’s Ralph Russo pour through the dozens of former college football greats on this year’s Hall of Fame ballot. The goal: select a class of 13 players and two coaches to be inducted into the Hall next year. Heisman Trophy winner Carson Palm…
 
Plans are being made to give college football teams a little extra time in the summer to get ready for the season. What will practices look like during a pandemic? And what types of standards will have to be set when it’s time for teams to start playing one another? Sports Illustrated’s Ross Dellenger joins AP's Ralph Russo to talk about the latest…
 
The first steps toward having a college football season are being taken on campuses all over the country. Athletes are being allowed to return to their teams’ facilities for voluntary workouts throughout June. That means schools and specifically athletic departments are trying to execute detailed plans for testing, monitoring and educating athletes…
 
The prospects for a college football season that starts on time are looking good. Paul Myerberg of USA Today joins AP’s Ralph Russo to discuss the latest positive developments as college football prepares for playing amidst a pandemic. There is still much uncertainty. Plenty of reasons for hope and plenty of reasons to think the 2020 season will be…
 
As states across the U.S. begin to loosen social distancing measures, President Donald Trump seems eager to resume his campaign rallies as presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden looks relatively strong in polls. “Ground Game” co-hosts Julie Pace and Ralph Russo wrap up this podcast series by talking about the future of the campaign, the symbolism…
 
Colleges and universities across the United States have been forced to cancel in-person classes for the remainder of the school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. AP editor Alan Clendenning and AP education writer Collin Binkley join Larry Lage to discuss what the future of higher education might look like during a time of social distancing.…
 
From the Nancy Pelosi's push to vote on a $1 trillion rescue bill in the Democratic-controlled House to President Trump’s efforts to galvanize his supporters who oppose lockdown restrictions, Ralph Russo speaks to his co-host, Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace about the latest political news on this episode of “Ground Game.”…
 
COVID-19 ripped through rural Southwest Georgia, killing more people per capita than just about anywhere in America. AP reporter Claire Galofaro joins host Ralph Russo to share the tale of a community that had already felt abandoned before the pandemic, and how she was able to connect with people while also keeping her distance. Read Claire’s story…
 
The scheduled start of the college football season is four months away. With so much uncertainty, how can a fan and a reporter sift through all the noise and speculation to find relevant information and insight? It’s difficult. Max Olson, national college football writer from The Athletic, join AP’s Ralph Russo to talk about trying to make sense of…
 
The Trump administration shelved a document created by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention with step-by-step advice to local authorities on how and when to reopen restaurants and other public places during the still-raging coronavirus outbreak. Host Ralph Russo speaks to the AP reporters who delivered this scoop, medical writer Mike Stob…
 
After a month of coronavirus shutdowns, the U.S. jobs report for April announced a record-high unemployment rate and the highest since the Great Depression. AP Federal Reserve reporter Chris Rugaber and economics editor Fred Monyak discuss how 11 years of gains were wiped out in a month by the pandemic and what the road to recovery looks like.…
 
Professional and college sports have been shutdown because of the COVID-19 pandemic. NCAA Chief Medical Officer Dr. Brian Hainline joins the “Ground Game” podcast to talk about when college teams can start gathering, practicing and competing again, as well as what might happen if a student-athlete tests positive for the virus.…
 
The 1984 Orange Bowl was maybe the greatest college football game ever played. No. 1 Nebraska came in undefeated and trying to stamp itself as one the best teams of all time, but Miami pulled the upset in a thriller that launched the Hurricanes dynasty. AP’s Ralph Russo is joined by three guests to talk about what led up to that memorable night in …
 
U.N. officials say the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic won’t hit the poorest parts of the world for another three to six months. In this episode of “Ground Game,” U.N. chief correspondent Edith Lederer explains what could happen to these countries and how the world agency is responding.By The AP/ Westwood One Podcast Network
 
The medical community has made it clear that there won’t be a vaccine available to curb the spread of COVID-19 for at least a year or 18 months (since January) as research groups move ahead to the early stages of human trials, or are poised to start. AP medical reporter Lauran Neergaard explains the process of creating a vaccine – and the ethical d…
 
In a new series about unemployment, AP reporters are looking at how the COVID-19 pandemic has hit businesses in New York, which has been the U.S. epicenter of the outbreak. In this episode of Ground Game, host Ralph Russo sits down with two reporters contributing to “Unemployed New York,” Deepti Hajela and Anne D'Innocenzio, to learn more about how…
 
Parts of Europe are starting to take steps to reopen following weeks of lockdown. Hard-hit France and Spain, for example, will soon begin easing social distancing guidelines as cafes, schools and churches look at reopening in the coming weeks. In this episode of “Ground Game,” AP correspondents Aritz Parra in Spain and Angela Charlton in France exp…
 
The 2020 presidential race was shaping up to be a face-off between President Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden. Now Rep. Justin Amash _ a former Republican-turned-independent _ has announced he's eyeing a presidential run as a member of the Libertarian Party. Julie Pace sits down with AP Michigan reporter David Eggert who interviewed Amash earlie…
 
The first night of the NFL draft went really well for the college football recruiting analysts. Most of the players selected in the first round were either four- or five-star recruits. Bud Elliott, recruiting analyst for 247 Sports, joins AP’s Ralph Russo to talk about how the inexact science of evaluating high school football players is improving.…
 
As Brazil careens toward a full-blown public-health emergency because of mounting COVID-19 cases, Latin America’s most populous nation is contending with two other crises: economic turmoil and an investigation into President Jair Bolsonaro’s action. In this episode of Ground Game, AP Brazil News Director David Biller explains how these three crises…
 
AP is chronicling the many people who have died due to the COVID-19 pandemic in a series of stories called “Lives Lost.” In this episode, we speak to the editors behind the project, AP’s Digital Storytelling Editor Raghu Vadarevu and Western U.S. News Director Peter Prengaman to learn more about how we chronicle the lives of people who have died wh…
 
As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads around the globe, so does inaccurate information. This is causing people to flout stay-at-home orders and even ingest fatal home remedies. On this episode of Ground Game, host Ralph Russo talks to two AP journalists about how misinformation and disinformation circulate on social media and elsewhere — and the worriso…
 
Contact tracing that relies on phone apps has proven to be an effective way to help slow the spread of the coronavirus in some parts of the world. Meanwhile, Big Tech in the U.S. has announced plans to develop a contact-tracing app but how much data are Americans willing to share? And what is considered a breach of privacy and freedom? AP global sc…
 
Notre Dame tight end Cole Kmet, UCLA running back Josh Kelley and Ole Miss defensive back Myles Hartsfield join AP Pro Football Writer Rob Maaddi to discuss the NFL draft and how they've handled an unusual pre-draft process with virtual pro days and video visits with teams. Super agent Leigh Steinberg also joins the show to chat about one of his cl…
 
It took a pandemic for the U.S. Supreme Court to agree to arguments over the telephone, with live audio available to the world for the first time. AP Supreme Court reporters Jessica Gresko and Mark Sherman explain what this new virtual courtroom will sound like, how the public will be able to access it and whether the tech development will last.…
 
The NFL Draft is approaching and Dane Brugler of The Athletic joins AP’s Ralph Russo to break down the prospects. Who is rising? Who is falling? Where will Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa land? How about Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert? Will a half dozen receivers be selected in the first round? Will any running back go on the first day? Then …
 
The World Health Organization chief warned that “the worst is yet ahead of us” in the coronavirus outbreak, reviving the alarm just as many countries ease restrictive measures aimed at reducing its spread. Meanwhile, President Donald Trump announced that the U.S. would halt funding to the WHO. AP reporters Maria Cheng and Jamey Keaten explain the r…
 
A recent Associated Press analysis revealed that African Americans account for more than 40 percent of COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. where the race of victims has been made publicly known. Data from states, cities and counties show black people are a disproportionate share of the population dealing with the most dire consequences of the pandemic. In …
 
Stanford football coach David Shaw makes his yearly offseason appearance on the podcast to discuss a wide range of issues in college football, starting with how he is managing his team through the pandemic. Shaw, who is also the chairman of the NCAA rules committee, talks about why it was time to crackdown on coaches instructing defensive players t…
 
“Ground Game” co-hosts AP Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace and Ralph Russo discuss the significance of a recent AP interview with Dr. Anthony Fauci, the government’s top infectious disease expert. They also talk about the White House’s daily press briefings and presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s seemingly low profile during this most unus…
 
As the coronavirus pandemic spreads across the globe, many people are stuck at home, emptying streets and other public places. In New York City and elsewhere, residents hear constant ambulance sirens as they also notice sounds that might be missed otherwise. AP reporter Leanne Italie breaks down the sounds that we are hearing during the COVID-19 ou…
 
The United States is seeing record unemployment because of the coronavirus pandemic. President Donald Trump is optimistic that the economy will bounce back once the virus is contained, but economists aren’t so sure. In this episode of Ground Game, AP economics editor Fred Monyak and Federal Reserve reporter Chris Rugaber break down everything you n…
 
A group of AP journalists spent 24 hours shadowing several New Yorkers from all walks of life -- a paramedic, a bodega owner, a taxi driver, a Broadway actor and an undertaker. The reporters talk about “The Fight for New York” with host Ralph Russo on this episode of Ground Game. Read the stories in their entirety: https://apnews.com/TheFightforNew…
 
Sen. Bernie Sanders has ended his campaign for president, establishing former Vice President Joe Biden as the presumptive Democratic nominee. Sanders had enthusiastic support from young voters and was a fundraising juggernaut, but couldn’t overcome a rapid coalescing in the party around Biden. AP political reporter Will Weissert was on the campaign…
 
Las Vegas has weighed in with its win total projections of the 2020 college football season. Every FBS team from Alabama to UMass. Chris Fallica from ESPN, aka Bear from “College Gameday,” joins AP’s Ralph Russo to share his early picks in every conference. Optimism for Purdue. Pessimism for Kansas. And a good value pick in the SEC championship rac…
 
A tiger at the Bronx Zoo in New York recently tested positive for the new coronavirus, in what is believed to be the first known infection in an animal in the U.S. or a tiger anywhere. So how does an animal like a tiger contract COVID-19 and what does this mean for transmission to humans? Host Ralph Russo speaks to Jennifer Peltz, an AP reporter wh…
 
President Trump is facing the toughest test of his Presidency, and one of the toughest tests any American President has ever faced. Both a Pandemic that could kill hundreds of thousands of Americans and a looming economic crisis. All of this just months before his re-election vote. AP White House Reporters Zeke Miller and Jill Colvin break down Pre…
 
In hard-hit New York and cities elsewhere, police officers are testing positive for COVID-19 and calling out sick. So how does a police force do its job with fewer officers? It depends. In this episode of Ground Game, AP law enforcement reporters Colleen Long and Mike Balsamo talk about how the virus is affecting policing, the courts and prisons.…
 
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