Rob and Jack sit down with longtime Gonzaga Athletic Director Mike Roth just weeks before his retirement. The guys discuss the hiring of Mark Few in 1999, the thrill of March runs over the years and the future of the small Jesuit school in Spokane.
This week, Mike Roth joins our host Adam Morrison to talk about his time as Gonzaga University’s Athletic Director. They talk about the rise of Gonzaga’s Men’s & Women’s basketball programs & and the values the Athletic Department instills in its Student-Athletes. All that & more on the latest episode of The Perimeter.
Locked On Zags - Daily Podcast On Gonzaga Bulldogs Basketball
Mike Roth is retiring as Gonzaga's Athletic Director. Chris Standiford is replacing him. Hear from both of their press conferences on Tuesday plus some background on both guys' impact on Gonzaga.Minor news and notes on scheduling and San Francisco keeping Jamaree Bouyea.Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors!Built BarBuilt Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you’ll get 15% off your next order.BetOnline AGThere is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus.Rock AutoAmazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you.StatHeroStatHero, the FIRST Ever Daily Fantasy Sportsbook that gives the PLAYER the ADVANTAGE. Go to StatHero.com/LockedOn for 300% back on your first play. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Scouting basics, analyzing HUDL film and the value of rankings with TJ Peatross and Mike Roth
The Triple Double Podcast
Corey is joined for a special double-guest episode of the TDP this week, as NEO Spotlight's TJ Peatross and Prep Hoops Ohio's Mike Roth join to discuss varies topics around scouting; including what it was like starting out as a scout (8:00), the value of rankings (23:00), pros and cons of social media and scouting (42:00), and much more!
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11-8-20 - Mike Roth - Economic Update - Election Edition
Karen Ellenbecker, EIG Founder & Senior Wealth Advisor, talks with Mike Roth, Founder of Stark Investments, about historic market patterns during election periods, current market volatility and the importance of having a financial plan.
Mike Roth, the owner of Team Takedown Guide Service in Wenatchee, WA, talks about fishing for the robust run of sockeye salmon (and Chinook salmon too) coming into the Upper Columbia River this summer. Air Date - July 11, 2020 www.teamtakedownguideservice.com www.mackslure.com www.northwesternoutdoors.com
132: The Biggest Concerns About Name, Image, and Likeness Rules w/ Greg Byrne, Mike Roth, and Ken Halpin
The Goodman & Hummel Basketball Podcast
Greg Byrne, Mike Roth, and Ken Halpin are the Athletic Directors for Alabama, Gonzaga, and Winthrop respectively. Twitter: @Greg_Byrne, @halpinkr 1:56 First thoughts on student-athletes profiting of name, image, likeness 15:26 How to measure what players are worth? 27:38 Do sponsors pull sponsorships with teams and give them to players? 36:35 Thoughts on the one-time transfer waiver 47:16 Bringing students back to college/college sports Available for download on iTunes and Stitcher on Friday, May 8th, 2020. Good 'N Plenty is powered by Keeps and BetOnline.AG. Go to Keeps.com/Plenty for your first month of Keeps for free. And go to BetOnline.AG for your exclusive sign-up bonus
Everything can change in an instant in the sport of fitness. A slip of the hand, a single no-rep—the story is not as linear as in other sports. Mike Roth is one of the guys who make it seem seamless.Mike—or "Rothy," as his crew calls him—has worked in sports television since 1984 and was the director of the CrossFit Games from 2011 through 2018. Nobody has directed more broadcasts of CrossFit events than he has.In this interview with Sean Woodland, Mike takes you behind the scenes of a CrossFit broadcast. He shares what it takes to weave a masterpiece on live TV, recounts when everything almost went off the rails and discusses what needs to happen for the CrossFit Games broadcast to return to its former glory.Links: Free ToolsBook a Free CallContact: Instagram: @rothy99Timeline:1:34 – What exactly does a sports TV director do?3:13 – Directing his first CrossFit Games: “Madness.”6:38 – Helicopters without cameras.8:50 – Working with Dave Castro.10:47 – How “never again” turned into another year covering the Games.13:25 – Turning the CrossFit Games into a legitimate TV sport.14:30 – Chaos at Camp Pendleton.17:11 – Going off the rails.22:15 – Finding a rhythm in 2013.23:54 – Proudest moments from an eight-year CrossFit Games directing career.25:58 – What future CrossFit broadcasts need in order to be successful.28:26 – Shattering the illusion: “It’s supposed to be magic to the people at home.”30:30 – What the broadcast of the sport needs to return to its former glory.34:51 – From director to athlete.38:31 – Hitting a 400-lb. deadlift PR at 53 years old and 130 lb.40:55 – Covering CrossFit: something special in a decades-long career.