NLU Podcast, Episode 432: PGA Championship Preview (ft. Scott Van Pelt)
No Laying Up - Golf Podcast
We preview the 2021 PGA Championship at Kiawah, discuss how we expect this golf course to play, the large coverage windows, our picks to win and not to win, and take a bunch of listener questions. On the back end, Scott Van Pelt joins (50:00) to share stories from his first day on site, talk some bad beats, the scenery at Kiawah, and a lot more.
Rich tees off the hour recapping Hideki Matsuyama’s historic Masters win to become the first Japanese to win a golf major.ESPN SportsCenter anchor and golf host Scott Van Pelt and Rich discuss the impact of Hideki Matsuyama’s Masters victory and how it could earn him a billion dollars in endorsements going forward, the Matsuyama airport sightings wearing his new Augusta National green jacket in what is likely the last commercial flight he’ll ever take, and if Bryson DeChambeau’s big-hitting game can ever win The Masters.Rich wraps up the hour reacting to yet another MLB umpiring controversy that saw the Phillies beat the Braves thanks to a blown call at the plate that was upheld by replay which detracts from people talking about all the good things in baseball.And make sure you check out Rich's other podcast: Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Masters Recap and Life Advice With Scott Van Pelt. Plus, Keeping an Eye on the Nuggets.
The Ryen Russillo Podcast
Russillo shares his thoughts on the Denver Nuggets and where they may end up in the playoff seeding, among other NBA thoughts (2:20). Then ESPN's Scott Van Pelt joins the show to discuss Hideki Matsuyama's Masters win, the juxtaposition between the 2020 Masters in November and the 2021 Masters with the return of some patrons and the famous azaleas, and more (19:00). Finally, Scott joins Ryen in answering some listener-submitted Life Advice questions (45:30). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We recap the Masters, Hideki Matsuyama's dominant win. We're Will Zalatoris fans now. Bryson sucked, Nick Faldo is the best, and more (3:02 - 25:35). Who's back of the week including ARod buying the Timberwolves and more (25:35 - 42:34). Scott Van Pelt joins us from Augusta to talk about the Masters, what it takes to win there, and what to buy from a Vending machine late at night (42:24 - . We finish with a Monday Reading about Foot Fetishes. Also RIP Prince Phillip.
Scott Van Pelt on "Bad Beats," "Ted Lasso" and more
Sports Illustrated Media Podcast
Episode 340 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features a conversation with ESPN's Scott Van Pelt. The "SportsCenter" host talks about his popular "Bad Beats" segment and gives us the inside details on how the feature is put together by producers. He also talks about ad libbing the segment, the importance of Stanford Steve to the bit and the bizarre bond that gamblers have with one another. Van Pelt also discusses Roger Goodell's recent comments about the NFL possibly embracing gambling content, his appearance on Jason Sudiekis' show, "Ted Lasso," the problem these days with podcasts, what it's been like to host "SportsCenter" over the past year during the pandemic, his own battle with Covid-19 and the lingering effects he still feels four months after testing positive and much more. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Scott Van Pelt talks to Dan about the night that sports went dark due to Covid-19. Scott says they had to process things in real time with no rundown. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Scott Van Pelt has been has been a reporter and broadcaster for over a quarter century and shows no signs of slowing down. After making a name for himself at the Golf Channel, his path led him to a long and illustrious career with ESPN, where he has thrived by not conforming to the so-called conventional rules of broadcasting and journalism. So what’s his secret? Well, he’s got a few. But more important than secrets are his stories and experiences, and those are plentiful. He discusses them all in this humble and honest interview where he digs deep into several topics, such as the role luck has played in his life, his famous “I will never work at ESPN” stickie note, the challenge of tackling subjects that are bigger than sports, the social media landscape, and much more. Van Pelt delivers on every level and it’s an interview you won’t want to miss. RUNDOWN Discusses “luck” and how it relates to a career On owning your success and where that comes from Are there moments when he realizes he’s similar to many of the stars he’s interviewing Scott explains his “I will never work at ESPN” stickie note What’s gotten him to the point of being unapologetically himself Did he always have the vision of speaking to things outside of sports How has the social media landscape changed how he goes about his business Gives his Big10 hoops take and breaks down Michigan Scott gives some interview advice to Duncan and Davis How does he stay on top of all the sports news Talks about the Tiger documentary and his relationship with him Discusses the “This is SportsCenter” ad campaign Is there a specific moment that shaped his career path UNDrafted Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
SportsCenter’s late-night host brings his characteristic humor and brevity to the Game Plan, but don’t think that means there’s any shortage of advice. SVP echos other guests who stress the importance of writing for broadcasters and working to earn the respect of colleagues. But he does not shy away from championing the untraditional routes — both his own experience “getting terrible grades” and peers such as Big Cat and PFTCommenter who found space in digital media.
Scott Van Pelt on the Masters, and Trent Dilfer on Tua, Lamar, and Kyler. Plus: Harden Trade Rumors and NFL Awards.
The Ryen Russillo Podcast
Russillo gives out his NFL awards for Week 10 (3:00) before he is joined by ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt to discuss Dustin Johnson’s historic win at the Masters, check in on Tiger Woods, talk about what makes Augusta National so special, and more (23:00). Then Ryen shares his thoughts on the rumored James Harden to the Brooklyn Nets trade (53:00) before he is joined by Super Bowl champion Trent Dilfer to discuss some of the NFL's Sunday games, including Cardinals-Bills, Patriots-Ravens, Dolphins-Chargers, and more (1:03:00). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices