The Audible with Stew & Bruce: A show about college football
The Athletic's Stewart Mandel & Bruce Feldman are joined by George Schroeder. George shares his unique perspective on COVID-19 & the Nashville tornado. After recently being laid off by USA Today, George talks about landing on his feet at the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee. He reflects on leaving the sports media business and projects what the future of the business looks like. Subscribe to The Athletic (40% off): www.theathletic.com/theaudible Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dew inaugurated at NOBTS; an interview with George Schroeder
SBC This Week
https://media.blubrry.com/sbcthisweek/s3.amazonaws.com/sbcthisweek/episodes/Episode253.mp3 Download this episode Subscribe: iTunes • Stitcher • TuneIn Radio • Google Play • RSS • Spotify Episode #253 Jamie Dew was inaugurated at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, and we sit down with George Schroeder to discuss the future of Baptist Press. News Recap: Dew inaugurated as New Orleans Seminary’s ninth president http://bit.ly/2thRCod Dew inauguration includes evangelism and missions day http://bit.ly/2RKNgzo Keck to be nominated for VP of 2021 Pastors’ Conference http://bit.ly/31dqZxt Midwest ministry leaders embrace missional resurgence http://bit.ly/2GCOQNx Floyd to propose SBC EC mission, ministry changes http://bit.ly/37Kp2uR Southern Baptists gather in California to celebrate sending of 21 missionaries http://bit.ly/36LB2uL Midwestern Seminary announces organizational structure changes http://bit.ly/31cN13b Thomas named IMB’s African American church mobilization strategist http://bit.ly/37FV8YxTru An Interview with George Schroeder George Schroeder named EC’s associate VP for convention news http://bit.ly/38a9MXM This Week in SBC History Baptists react to Challenger disaster http://media.sbhla.org.s3.amazonaws.com/6130,31-Jan-1986.pdf Resources of the Week Amy: Churchgoers divided over armed congregants Jonathan: Ministers’ Wives Luncheon
Ep 161: What Texas assistants are on the hotseat? USA Today's George Schroeder on the Big 12's CFP chances
On Second Thought
With head coach Herman saying he is in "big-time evaluation mode" the Texas Longhorns may have some new faces on the coaching staff next season. Who has the hottest seat on the current staff? Also, USA Today college football columnist George Schroeder breaks down the current College Football Playoff rankings and the odds of the Big 12 champion making the top four.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The scoop on college football with USA Today's George Schroeder
The Duck Pod - Oregon Sports
Former Register-Guard columnist George Schroeder joins the Duck Pod to give the national view on Oregon football and discuss his history with Auburn coach Gus Malzahn as we count down the days to Oregon's season opener. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
George Schroeder, national college football writer for USA Today, joins The Dubcast to share the amazing story of his son Christopher. When Christopher was just 7 weeks old, he underwent a heart transplant. As a 2-year-old, he underwent a kidney transplant and his father was the donor. Now, Christopher is 9 years old and a sports junkie. He even calls his own play-by-play when he's shooting the basketball in the family's driveway. George also reflects on the career of Brent Venables, whom he's known since Venables' days at Oklahoma, and Clemson's remarkable rise under Dabo Swinney.
George Schroeder, USA Today College Football Reporter
Sports Spectrum Podcast
Episode 177 George Schroeder is in his 7th season covering college football for USA Today. Previously, he worked in Arkansas and Oregon before taking the job with USA Today in 2012. The University of Oklahoma grad is married to Elizabeth and has 3 children, Elizabeth, 18, George, 17 and Christopher, 8. On this episode of the podcast, we hear about George's work covering college football and where George's passion for the sport began. But the majority of this interview is spent telling the story of George's son Christopher and how God was able to do a miracle in his young son's life. This is a story of faith, trust, hope and love through a difficult season of life for George Schroeder and his family. For more, log on to http://SportsSpectrum.com