The Facts About Sleep with Sleep Expert Dr. Gregg Marshall
15 Point Plan
There are 2 things that the bedroom is for and in this episode, we talk about 1 of those with sleep expert Dr. Gregg Marshall. Learn the lifestyle trends that help you get better sleep and the ones that interfere with sleep. Hear tips to help you sleep better, feel better and recover at a higher level. ---------- Download the free 15 Point Plan Tracker - www.15pointplan.com Jon our Facebook group at www.facebook.com/groups/winmakegive Part of the Win Make Give Podcast Network
Seek Knowledge - Interview with Dr. Gregg Marshall
Win Make Give with Ben Kinney
Winners seek knowledge. The drive to always be learning is a trait found in all winners. In this episode, Dr. Gregg Marshall from Texas State University joins Bob and Chad to talk about seeking knowledge. After 14 years as a student, he has been a professor for over 40 years and has risen to become the chair of the Department of Respiratory Care. Dr. Marshall shares the importance and benefits of always seeking knowledge on the journey of life and shows us many ways how knowledge helps us continue to win. Join our Facebook group at www.facebook.com/groups/winmakegive Part of the Win Make Give Podcast Network
🚨Gregg Marshall has resigned from Wichita State and will be paid $7.75 million to do so (Emergency Podcast)
Eye On College Basketball
After being credibly accused of physical and verbal assault of multiple former players, student-athletes and an assistant coach -- and denying the physical assault in October -- Gregg Marshall stepped down Tuesday as coach of the Wichita State men's basketball program. This emergency pod provides context as to why WSU felt it necessary to pay Marshall $7.75 million to leave, discusses if Marshall will return to coach in college, and ends with the initial list of candidates to replace him in 2021. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
SEC football chaos, Gregg Marshall + Arkansas coach Eric Musselman joins the show
Aaron Torres Sports Podcast
It's Thursday and you know what that means: An all new Aaron Torres Podcast is live. Aaron discusses the chaos in college football (where four SEC games were canceled) previews Week 11 and discusses the end of the Gregg Marshall era at Wichita. Then he is joined by Arkansas head coach Eric Musselman to discuss the season ahead and coaching college hoops in the Covid era. Here is a rundown of today's show:College football chaos, Week 11, Gregg Marshall: Aaron opens the show by discussing chaos in college football, where four SEC games have been canceled this week (3:30). He explains why it happened and why things won't get better if college sports don't loosen their contact tracing protocols. He then discusses the light Week 11 slate (18:30) and discusses what looks like the end of the Gregg Marshall era at Wichita (28:30). Aaron explains why when Wichita does move off of Gregg Marshall, he believes why it would be smart to wait until after the season to pursue the school's next permanent coach.Arkansas head coach Eric Musselman joins the show: With the college hoops season now just a few weeks away, Aaron is welcomed by his old friend, Arkansas head coach Eric Musselman to preview the season ahead (40:00). Coach Muss discusses what it is like to coach college hoops in the Covid era, and how his program has adjusted practices, scheduling and eventually game days. He also described the strength of SEC hoops, why it's the league that most resembles the NBA, and explains the inspiration he has gotten from watching Arkansas football coach Sam Pittman work his magic this fall.
Veterans Day, Reasons to Question Vote, Gregg Marshall Out at WSU
Kevin Kietzman Has Issues
It's Veterans Day and there's ceremonies all over the place to honor the best among us. It's a great day to say thanks. Steve Cortes of the Trump Campaign has listed four really good reasons why they are investigating the vote. You'll be impressed. Gregg Marshall is on his way out at Wichita State. Is this legit or cancel culture stuff? And I have every Champions Dinner menu Tiger Woods has ever had at Augusta National as he's the defending champ this week.
NCAA does the right thing; Gregg Marshall denies assaulting his players; latest with Kentucky getting Olivier Sarr eligible (college basketball 10/15)
Eye On College Basketball
The NCAA's Division I Council voted on multiple significant items on Wednesday, and two of them we get into on this podcast: 1) all winter-sport athletes get an extra year of eligibility no matter what, which clearly will have a big impact on college basketball. No. 2) When the vote is passed in January, every NCAA scholarship athlete will be able to transfer without having to sit a season the FIRST time they opt to do so. So those two topics, in addition to how Olivier Sarr's situation at Kentucky fits into all this. The podcast wraps with the latest on Gregg Marshall, who on Wednesday denied every physically assaulting anyone with his program. It's a denial Parrish and Norlander did not anticipate, and certainly not six days after the allegations surfaced. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
LeBron Was Inevitable, California Kid, Onyeka Okongwu, and the Gregg Marshall Investigation
Titus & Tate
Titus & Tate share their initial thoughts on the NBA season coming to a close, including Titus’ updated NBA Fraud Power Rankings. Plus, USC Trojan and projected Top 10 NBA Draft pick, Onyeka Okongwu, joins the show to give a scouting report on himself, discuss how he keeps the energy up as a big man, and playing at Chino Hills with the Ball brothers. Then, Titus & Tate react to Wichita State launching an investigation into Gregg Marshall after abuse allegations brought forth by The Athletic.
NBA Finals wrap, Gregg Marshall mess + Dan Mullen "controversy"
Aaron Torres Sports Podcast
It's Tuesday and you know what that means: A bonus edition of the Aaron Torres Podcast! Aaron puts a bow on the NBA Finals, before taking a deep dive into the Gregg Marshall controversy at Wichita State. Then he discusses the fake drama surrounding Dan Mullen and plays a game of "Where Aaron was right, Where Aaron Was Wrong." Here is a full rundown of today's show:NBA Finals Wrap and Gregg Marshall: Aaron opens the show with a quick wrap of the NBA Finals, explaining why he is happy for Frank Vogel, Anthony Davis and yes, even LeBron and also tired of the fake "debates" surrounding LeBron (3:00). Then he turns his attention to the controversy surrounding Gregg Marshall and Wichita State (12:30). Aaron gets you caught up on everything that Marshall is accused of at the school and why it feels unlikely that he will be able to keep his job. Dan Mullen "Controversy" and More: Finally, Aaron defends Dan Mullen for his comments about "Filling the Swamp" (31:00) and plays a game of "Where Aaron Was Right, Where Aaron Was Wrong" discussing Georgia, Mike Leach and all his other best and worst opinions of the week (39:30)