This week on the 'In the Bin' rugby pod we get a bit carried away and discuss other things in addition to the Aviva Premiership. That's right, actual other things. As usual, there are more opinions flying around than there are rugby fans in the USA and we both go on a bit of a rant.
We begin in familiar territory with a round up of last week's Premiership games. First up, in unfamiliar territory, someone thought it was a good idea for Newcastle to play Saracens in Philadelphia. More of a fumble than a touchdown.
Joe Marler goes fishing and James Haskell takes the bait in a feisty encounter at the Ricoh. Northampton continue their comeback from opening weekend shambles to conquer Bath and Sam Underhill only stopped tackling this morning.
Leicester finally get off the mark against Gloucester, but still look far from convincing. Sale return to winning ways at home against Irish and shock of the week - Worcester lost to Exeter...
Try of the week, hit of the week and our new addition to the squad - Bin juice! (I always thought the smell was Andy)
New Zealand are far too good for South Africa in the Rugby Championship. Argentina's next home games look a bit tasty and the general state of rugby in SA and Australia upsets us.
The Pro 14 has a predictable look to it, but an Italian side really did win a game. I promise that isn't fake news.
We preview next weekend's games in the Premiership and stick our necks out with predictions.
The 4 SZNS podcast's Ryan Magdziarz and Zak Noble sat down with ESPN Radio Minnesota Timberwolves insider Darren Wolfson to discuss the impact of Jimmy Butler, the progression of KAT and Wiggins, and what to expect from the rest of the Wolves roster.
2:03 - How Darren became a T-Wolves Insider
6:03 - Relationships with players and coaches
12:25 - Wiggins deal
15:00 - Perimeter shooting worries?
19:44 - Nate Robinson workout
21:30 - The return of Kirk Hinrich
22:08 - Jeff Teague signing
24:50 - Tyus Jones and the rest of the rotation
26:40 - Bench Depth
29:42 - Jimmy's impact on KAT and Wiggins
32:39 - Predictions and the T-Wolves ceiling
In this episode of the Necessary Roughness Podcast, host Nikolas Donadic dives into the NFL regular season's Week 2 matchups. He also can't stop talking about Mike Glennon and what could've been, with some new weekly accolades. Enjoy the show and join us next Saturday afternoon for the following episode!
The 4 SZNS Podcast's Ryan Magdziarz and Zak Noble sit down with NBA scout & SEC Network commentator Jarrett Sutton to talk about NBA Summer League, Michael Porter Jr., and juggling multiple aspects of life.
1:25 - Early years
2:12 - Balancing multiple roles
6:47 - Where the G-League is headed
10:00 - Summer League Experience
15:38 - UCM vs Mizzou
18:37 - Rookie of the year predictions
30:25 - NBA Scouting
33:57 - Michael Porter Jr. and Mizzou Basketball
38:21 - Fultz, Simmons, and winning as a 1 and done player
42:02 - Cuonzo Martin & Mizzou Predictions
48:28 - MPJ Improvements & comparisons
51:30 - Favorite SEC players in the NBA
57:20 - Jarrett's upcoming SEC schedule
59:25 - Rally for Rhyan & Coach Brad Loos
In this week's episode of the 'In the Bin Rugby Pod', we return to discuss the 2017/18 Aviva Premiership's difficult second album.
In fairness, following on from a dazzling opening weekend that contained a blitz of tries was always going to be tougher than getting Fijians to play International rugby for Fiji!
With talking points galore, there is plenty to discuss from our two hosts Andy and Paddy.
'In the Bin' - Part 1
We kick off with a diabolical game up at Sale, before giving you a healthy dose of medicine by getting stuck into Bath and Saracens. An intriguing clash that was sprinkled with some Rokoduguni magic.
Leicester just aren't Leicester-like anymore and we actually say good things about Northampton.... well, lukewarm things. Gloucester are still really Gloucester-like and Quins get their act together. Wasps & Exeter pick up expected wins against Worcester and Irish, but neither were as easy as you might think.
You get the treat of our new feature - try of the week and hit of the week.
A pair of absolute beauties to get us off the mark.
'In the Bin' Part 2
As well, we will preview next weekend's games, including a trip to Philadelpha for the Falcons and Saracens. Should be great fun over there......apart from all the Americans!
Make sure you check out our social media;
Twitter - @InTheBinRugby
Facebook - @IntheBinRugbyPod
The boys are back with their first episode of Any Given Monday for the 2018 NFL season! In this episode Nads and Dunc review all the big news from week 1 of the NFL season, discussing Kareem Hunt’s monster game, Beast Mode’s return to the gridiron, Carson Wentz’s step to the next level and a whole lot more, covering EVERY SINGLE GAME that happened in week 1!
The Slam Dunc for this week is one not to be missed. After all, you know it’s a goodie when Dunc is roasting his own Colts franchise!
A new segment to the show is presented this week, where Nads and Dunc provide their ‘picks’ for next week.
Our final QB rankings are not apart of this week’s show, we will provide a special edition podcast specifically for those final rankings in the near future.
Be sure to check us out on social media:
Twitter - @AnyGivenMonPod
Facebook - @AnyGivenMondayPod
Nads on Twitter - @HBNadolny
Dunc on Twitter - @DSoang
Check out some of the music that features in our Podcast! Thanks to the wonderful people over at NoCopyrightSounds for their amazing work. In this episode, you heard:
Frontier (feat. Jasmina Lin & Jay Christopher) by Krale
Northern Lights by Blazars
Safe and Sound by Different Heaven
Firefly by Jim Yosef
Fall to Light by Laszlo
Blank by Disfigure
Go check out the individual artists and also NoCopyrightSounds on YouTube and on social media and give them a like!
It seems the Cleveland Indians just can't lose. They've tied the American League record of 20 games in a row, held by the 2002 Oakland A's. Joe Hojnacki and Greg Hessen go through the Indians winning streak and assess what it may or may not mean for their playoff future.
On the flip side of that, the once invincible Los Angeles Dodgers can't seem to win anymore. They went from looking like one of the best regular season teams in baseball history to losing 16 out of 18 games. By some miracle, they still have the best record in the bigs, though. How will this affect them come October?
In this episode of the Necessary Roughness Podcast, host Nikolas Donadic dives into the NFL regular season's Week 1 matchups. He also breaks down the Pats-Chiefs game, with our first "Overreaction of the Week." Enjoy the show and join us next Saturday afternoon for the following episode!
Ah yes, we have a Boston Red Sox sign stealing scandal. The Red Sox were busted using video and Apple watches to steal the Yankees' signs over the weekend, which means Joe Hojnacki and Greg Hessen must talk about it. Sign stealing is as old as the game itself, so is it a big deal that Boston decided to modernize the process a bit? Are other teams getting in on the action? Are the Yankees themselves guilty of such heinous crimes?
The 4 SZNS Podcast's Ryan Magdziarz and Zak Noble welcome special guest Jake Brown of CBS Radio to talk about Melo vs Hoodie Melo, the developement of Porzingis, and the outlook on the Knicks 2017-2018 season.
2:15 - over/under 32.5 wins
4:50 - Tim Hardaway Jr.
6:40 - Melo to Houston
10:30 - Jabari to New York?
14:15 - Settling for a Melo trade?
18:05 - What if Melo stays all year?
19:40 Hornacek thoughts
20:52 - Hoodie Melo
21:56 - Offseason grade
23:50 - Knicks draft
27:00 - Frank Ntilikina
31:25 - Kristaps future & development
39:37 - Willy Hernangomez
42:47 - Is Joakim Noah dead?
46:46 - Bold predictions