Raiders/Ravens, Lamar Jackson concerns, Mark Sanchez on Clay Helton's firing, NFL Week 1 winners & losers
Speak For Yourself
00:00 Are you worried about Lamar Jackson?18:40 Trust Kyle Shanahan’s 2-QB plan after the win over the Lions?28:50 Mark Sanchez joins to discuss USC firing head football coach Clay Helton. 45:03 Are the Raiders a playoff team?54:41 Any issue with Mike Vrabel calling out Julio Jones for his unnecessary roughness penalty?1:04:27 NFL Week 1 winners & losers1:12:49 Should Washington consider signing Cam Newton?1:21:28 TBD or Sold?1:26:22 Is Tom Brady being petty or funny trolling the Falcons? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Andy Staples Show & Friends: A show about college football
Nicole Auerbach and Michael Felder are joined by The Athletic's Chris Vannini to discuss USC's decision to fire Clay Helton. Why now and who will be his replacement? Plus, what went wrong for Ohio State in Saturday's loss to Oregon, looking ahead to this weekend's big games & last call! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Oregon dominates, time for Ohio State to worry, Texas NOT back, Pittman, Clay Helton hot seat + much more
Aaron Torres Sports Podcast
It's Monday and we have a loaded Aaron Torres Podcast, as he fully wraps Week 2 of college football, included - Oregon dominating Ohio State, if its time for the Buckeyes to worry, Texas is not back, Clay Helton's scorching hot seat and more. Here is a full rundown: Pac-12 picks up another signature win + time to worry about Ohio State: Aaron opens the show by discussing Oregon's dominant and stunning win over Ohio State Saturday (1:30). He explains why this is another signature win for the Pac-12, explains why the league finally seems to be catching up with the rest of college football, and also, just how good can Oregon be this year? Also, how big could the Oregon-UCLA game on October 23rd be? Finally, we ask just how worried Ohio State fans should be, after two losses in three games and a track record dating back to last year of struggling against just about everyone (12:30).Texas is NOT back, Sam Pittman keeps rolling: From there, Aaron continues discussing Texas getting steamrolled at Arkansas (22:20). He discusses why everyone seemed to enjoy Texas's struggles so much, why they're the most arrogant fan-base in college football, and also where they would rank if they were actually in the SEC? Finally he discusses the incredible turnaround at Arkansas, where Sam Pittman continues to work wonders after last season (31:45). Clay Helton hot seat and the rest of college football: Finally, Aaron wraps by discussing USC's embarrasing loss and why it's officially time for Clay Helton to go (41:00). He wraps on Michigan beating Washington, why he's officially out on Iowa State, Texas A&M, Kentucky and the rest of the weekend in college football.
8/31 H1: Dodgers gain a game on Giants; Bellinger platoon? Clay Helton joins us
Roggin And Rodney
The Dodgers beat the Braves while the Giants lost to Milwaukee so the NL West deficit is now 1.5 games. Cody Bellinger is likely going to be a platoon player. USC head football coach, Clay Helton joins us as they get set to kickoff their season against San Jose State on Saturday
USC Trojans head coach Clay Helton stops by the No. 1 ranked show to talk roster management, recruiting, and his plans for the Trojans’ WR core. Helton also shares his opinions about NIL and potential CFB playoff expansion. Then RJ breaks down his post-spring top 25 rankings and answers some playoff expansion questions from fans. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Welcome to the Stay Doubted Podcast where we will talk with people across sports, entrepreneurship and marketing about their journey and struggles. Our first episode is with USC Football head coach Clay Helton.#StayDoubted
Time for "the Scoop" all the other stories we haven't talked about yet. Also, The Rams Center Andrew Whitworth suffered a Knee Injury and Mason asks: Who do you need to stop picking on? Is it Time for USC Football to part ways with Clay Helton? Kendrick Perkins On Mason and Ireland and Producer Lindsey has her topics ready for Radio Tinder.
The PAC is Back! -- PAC 12 Football Preview, Oregon Football, Is Clay Helton a Good Coach?
The Playing Rotation
In this episode, we preview the upcoming PAC 12 Football season. Ryan and Scotty tell us what to expect from the Oregon Ducks this year as they try and defend their conference title and make a potential playoff run. CJ shares what it feels like to be a USC fan in 2020. Lastly, CJ and Ryan debate on whether or not Clay Helton is a good college football coach.(5:24) The PAC is Back(15:56) Oregon Ducks(25:47) USC Trojans
Ever wonder what it would be like to coach one of the most storied programs in NCAA football ever? Clay Helton can tell you. He’s the head coach of USC, and after growing up under a father whose coaching career took their family all over the country, it’s no surprise that Clay found himself full of a love for the game. He talked to us about life as a coach, dealing with unexpected injuries, and what it means for him to trust God, even when he has no idea what next season might look like…Useful Links:Clay Helton Has His Priorities in OrderClay Helton TwitterClay Helton Maintains Ties to Texas
USC's 2020 football schedule comes with high expectations for Clay Helton
Peristyle Podcast - USC Trojan Football Discussion
Peristyle Podcast hosts Ryan Abraham and Keely Eure discuss the in's and out's of the third version of USC's 2020 football schedule, one that removed what were arguably its four hardest opponents in Alabama, Notre Dame, Oregon and Washington. With just six total games and the most favorable cross-over schedule, is anything short of an undefeated season going to be acceptable for Trojan football fans?Please review, rate and subscribe to the Peristyle Podcast on Apple Podcasts!Make sure you check out USCFootball.com for complete coverage of this USC Trojan football team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices