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Hosted by three brothers (Michael, Ryan, and Trey Newman), the podcast covers all things college football. The episodes are innovative, original, and humorous while still delivering thorough, objective analysis of the sport. Through their creative segments and information-packed discussion, the brothers' rapport and passion for the game shines through. The listeners, also known as the "Fourth Bros," are a big part of the discussion on social media (@CFBBros), as well. Whether you are a fan o ...
 
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Parenting issues from diaper dilemmas to teenage traumas to college crises along with family, personal and professional life issues are dealt with in a straight-forward, no-nonsense, and often humorous way. Just tune in to listen to some words of wisdom or call in with your own questions.
 
Happening Hoops, like a traditional democracy, was created by the fans, for the fans. Happening Hoops gives college basketball fans analysis, news, stats, and some attempts at humor, coming directly from a pair of college students and their perspectives on the game, both on the major and mid major levels. When us two finally agree on something in college basketball, we might have to end the show there. We are live on 95.1 FM The Source every Monday at 7-8 PM Central Time.
 
Chekkmate the Podcast was created by Sweeng One & Erinn Renee. Sweeng One (hood) has thuggish ways, get rich quick type, humorous & loves the night life. Erinn Renee (square) Brought up in church, college graduate, Career oriented. Some how Hook up to create a podcast about truth, differences, & opinions. Chekkmate.
 
What if your favorite college professors were willing to talk about everything from philosophy and politics to pop culture and love with the same kind of consideration and enthusiasm? Each week C. Travis Webb, Seph Rodney, and Steven Fullwood discuss life, culture, and art, and challenge their listeners to take fewer things for granted and all things more seriously.
 
Join the "too smart, too black" ladies in their bi-weekly podcast covering pop culture, sex and relationships to literature, current events and health & wellness. No topic is off limits! As college peers (Shout out to Temple University! Yes we are #TempleMade #TUMF) turned lifelong friends share their ordinary and extraordinary views, Unfinished Business also serves as a humorous and heartfelt space for like-minded individuals to connect and navigate this crazy thing called life.
 
Sex, love, gender, sexuality, relationships, kinks, and fun!!! Hear a college girl's always blunt and usually funny advice, tips, and stories about all that and more!This show contains information about mature topics like sex, relationships, and sexuality among other things. If you don't want to hear explicit content or don't have a sense of humor, please consult a doctor before listening!
 
If you've heard and loved that delightful nursery rhyme/lullaby, Wynken Blynken and Nod you'd certainly enjoy browsing through its creator Eugene Field's Love Songs of Childhood. The volume contains some forty or more poems for children, which are ideal for read aloud sessions with young folks. Parents will certainly enjoy reading them too. Most of these poems have been set to music and are ideal for family sing-alongs too. Eugene Field was a gifted humorist as well as being a talented child ...
 
The PM Podcast is a show dedicated to dealing with real world issues for real world people. Join Pat and Matt as they dive in deep, real deep, and dissect your real world issues for practical and logical solutions. Ask them a question, submit a topic or just tune in and listen to a few interesting perspectives on life, love and everything in-between. The PM Podcast, a whale of a show.BiographyPat grew up in the Twin Cities. A bone once died in his hand and he had to have surgery. Pat played ...
 
If you've read and loved Anne of Green Gables you will surely be delighted to follow Anne's further adventures in Anne of Avonlea. In this sequel, we find Anne Shirley teaching in Avonlea School though she continues her studies at home with Gilbert Blythe. Lucy Maud Montgomery first published the best selling Anne of Green Gables in 1908. Enthused by the amazing success of this account of a young orphan girl who arrives by mistake on Prince Edward Island, Canada, the author followed it up wi ...
 
If you've loved and cherished The Wind in The Willows, you'll be delighted to read The Golden Age. In this book of reminiscences by Kenneth Grahame, the much loved creator of Winnie The Pooh, readers are granted an insight into the writer's childhood. The opening lines of the Prologue provide a poignant reminder of Grahame's childhood. When he was just five, his mother died in childbirth and his father who had a long standing problem with alcoholism consigned his four children, including the ...
 
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Week 6 was one of the craziest college football weekends since the podcast began in 2017. The headliner was Texas A&M taking down Alabama but the Bros break down the rest of the big games, as well. After that, they discuss all 13 remaining undefeated teams and predict when their first losses will come. Week 7 may not be as loaded as previous weeks,…
 
The College Football Bros begin the episode with a look back at Week 5. They discuss parity in the Pac-12, Cincinnati's big win at Notre Dame, Georgia's dominant defense, and more., Their segment for the episode is to identify the third best team in college football among the candidates of Cincinnati, Iowa, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Michigan, and Penn …
 
003 - We're adding a layer of reflection to analysis in this episode. Steven Fullwood looks to a book and an article to spark introspection about the "ubiquity of social media and fame". Travis Webb draws connections to Stoicism and offers a great quote from a Roman emperor. Seph Rodney brings out candid vulnerability, reminding us that critical th…
 
Week 4 was another wild week in what is shaping up to be a season with the most surprises since 2007. The Bros discuss Clemson going down at NC State, Iowa State losing at Baylor, the dominance of Georgia and Alabama, and much more. After that, Ryan gives a Top 5 List of the best players from the NCAA Football video game franchise. The Bros' Week 5…
 
194 - Hosts Travis Webb and Seph Rodney swing open every last door in a deep discussion about the merits and motives of self proclaimed "researchers" and "experts". There is no one true way to quantify (or even identify) the qualities or prerequisites that would give you authority on a given topic. An enlightening debate is eventually tempered by S…
 
In episode 300 of the podcast, the College Football Bros start with a look back at Week 3. They discuss Alabama's narrow win over Florida, the vulnerabilities of Clemson and Ohio State, Manny Diaz' hot seat, and a rough weekend for the Pac-12 South. After that, they enter the Trivia Zone to answer questions Michael came up with using the Play Index…
 
002 - This week we cut to the chase on Nicki Minaj's infamous tweet about a friend of a friend of a friend's experience with vaccines. Stranger danger is no longer trendy; tis the season for recklessness from household names. We discuss the virality of the tweet as well as the questionable virility of its subject. In the end, the focus is more on c…
 
It finally happened. Clay Helton has been fired by USC Athletic Director Mike Bohn. The Bros discuss the rumored candidates including James Franklin and Luke Fickell. Their Week 2 takeaways include major QB injuries, Michigan's running game, and Ohio State's defensive issues, Their segment this week features a visit from surprise guests with presci…
 
193 - Hosts dive into Ben Lerner's "The Hatred of Poetry" and each dispense their interpretations and perspectives of the book. There's such a paradox about poetry; it's an abstract place of abundant connection, yet also an intersection where the human experience diverts from one another. Find out what other works are provocative to the hosts and w…
 
The first full weekend of college football delivered in a big way. The Bros go over their biggest takeaways from the long weekend, including thoughts on Clemson's road to the Playoff, a strong start for Sark at Texas, and a dreadful start for the Pac-12 North. After that, they examine the new-look Big 12 with the potential additions of BYU, Cincinn…
 
001 - To kick off the new podcast format (bi-weekly hour-long episodes with a miniseries in between), hosts Travis Webb and Seph Rodney offer their personal thoughts around Sha'Carri Richardson getting barred from the Olympics. Many people were quick to respond with concerns about systemic racism, while others maintain that the rule applies to ever…
 
FINALLY there is a full slate of games to preview! In this episode, the Bros briefly recap Week 0 and discuss what Nebraska's loss to Illinois means for Scott Frost. After that, they preview all of the biggest games of the upcoming long weekend including Ohio State at Minnesota, North Carolina at Virginia Tech, Penn State at Wisconsin, Alabama vs. …
 
192 - In culmination of the long discussion around dystopias, from old films to current news, the hosts walk through ignorance and expertise, taking the scenic route to better investigate the logic gaps between cognitive dissonance and the perils of prowess. Our collective conscience seems to be a game of telephone that begins with practical knowle…
 
Special guest Michael Calabrese of The Action Network and Saturday Down South shares some of his best bets for the upcoming season. First, he gives his thoughts on the win totals for NC State, Tennessee, Western Kentucky, and TCU. After that, he makes the case for Oklahoma as a bet to win the national championship. Finally, he shares a few Week 1 w…
 
191 - Whether you want to believe in it or not, science is real and the laws of all sciences affect us each indiscriminately. Where we differ and form opposing views stems from how it is represented to us, and how we subsequently interpret it. And even though it affects us the same ways individually, as communities and larger bodies of populations,…
 
The FINAL episode of the College Football Bros 2021 preview series focuses on the Playoff. Each Bro presents their field and makes their official pick to win the CFP National Championship. Will the Bros be picking Alabama, Clemson, Oklahoma, Georgia, or Ohio State to win it all?بقلم PodcastOne
 
Rather than rely on the AP and Coaches Polls, the Bros decided to vote on their own pre-season top 25. Tune in to find out where Alabama, Oklahoma, Clemson, Georgia, Ohio State, North Carolina, Wisconsin, Texas A&M, Iowa State, Florida, Oregon, Miami, Cincinnati, USC, Penn State, LSU, Notre Dame, Iowa, Washington, Indiana, Ole Miss, Utah, Arizona S…
 
In this episode, the College Football Bros handicap the 2021 Heisman Trophy race. They start by analyzing the favorites, including Oklahoma quarterback Spencer Rattler. Each Bro gives his favorite value bet among those candidates with odds shorter than 20-1. After that, they each present their top longshot bets.…
 
The Athletic reported that the ACC, Big Ten, and Pac-12 will formally announce their alliance as early as next week. In this episode, Michael and Ryan discuss the impending alliance and the goals these conferences may hope to achieve. The discussion touches on scheduling, the 12-team Playoff, NCAA governance, and more.…
 
Notre Dame enters the 2021 college football season ranked 7th in the Coaches Poll and 9th in the AP Poll. These high expectations are in spite of the fact they lose veteran quarterback Ian Book and a plethora of starters on both sides of the ball. In this episode, the Bros discuss whether Brian Kelly, transfer QB Jack Coan, and the Irish should be …
 
2020 was the first College Football Playoff field that included zero first-time Playoff participants. Despite the top-heavy nature of the sport, the odds likely favor at least one new participant in the Playoff this upcoming season. Who are the top 5 candidates?بقلم PodcastOne
 
The College Football Bros power rank the SEC in 2021 from top to bottom in this episode. Tune in to find out where Alabama, Texas A&M, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, Kentucky, LSU, Vanderbilt, Auburn, Tennessee, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Missouri, and Arkansas fall on the list.بقلم PodcastOne
 
In this episode, the College Football Bros draft the head coaches who are most likely to be fired in 2021. Tune in to find out where Clay Helton (USC), Jim Harbaugh (Michigan), Matt Wells (Texas Tech), Dino Babers (Syracuse), Justin Fuente (Virginia Tech), David Cutcliffe (Duke), Walt Bell (UMass), Randy Edsall (UConn), and Dana Holgorsen (Houston)…
 
190 - This week, the hosts turn up the heat as they address the media fire that is social networks and news coverage. It's a bipartisan belief that media can be dishonest or misleading, but there is no objective metric to identify exactly which sources are being truthful and to what extent. Most of us are familiar with clickbait tactics -- titles t…
 
The college football season is fast approaching so the Bros decided to rank the 10 best week 1 games. Tune in to find out where Georgia vs. Clemson, Alabama vs. Miami, Notre Dame at Florida State, LSU at UCLA, Penn State at Wisconsin, Indiana at Iowa, Ohio State at Minnesota, Boise State at UCF, North Carolina at Virginia Tech, and Louisiana at Tex…
 
The final episode of the College Football Bros' SEC preview week features their ultimate predictions for the conference in 2021. They choose their winners from the SEC West, East, and the Championship game. Spoiler alert: they all three pick different champions. They end the episode by selecting their favorite longshot bets to win the conference.…
 
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