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14 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Phil Parker. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Phil Parker, often where they are interviewed.

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14 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Phil Parker. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Phil Parker, often where they are interviewed.

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Hawkeye Football Offseason, Phil Parker Interview and Spencer Petras

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Emery Songer sits in and along with the Des Moines Register's Chad Leistikow and Mark Emmert start the show off discussing the Hawkeye football offseason before chatting with Defensive Coordinator and Defensive Backs Coach Phil Parker. Parker discusses racial relations issues bringing up comments from Amani Hooker and Josh Jackson before getting into more football centric topics. The guys also chat about the difficulties facing quarterback Spencer Petras in this odd offseason.
Jul 23 2020 · 46mins
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Phil Parker - Offended Or Amazed - Part 2

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Jun 28 2020 · 32mins

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Offended or Amazed - Part 1 - Phil Parker

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Jun 21 2020 · 31mins
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In Christ - Part 3 - Phil Parker

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In Christ - Part 3 - Phil Parker by Crossgate Church
May 17 2020 · 28mins
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How Do We Pray - Part 7 - Phil Parker

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Mar 15 2020 · 28mins
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Iowa-Wisconsin preview + Phil Parker interview

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If this is about championships and the big Big Ten football things, then Iowa has to get right with Wisconsin.

That’s been the theme this week. Three straight, six of the last seven, eight of the last 11. The Badgers have owned the Big Ten West. Iowa and Wisconsin aren’t all that different, but the results have been. That’s what makes this all the more maddening if you’re an Iowa person.

Iowa has the defense leave Camp Randall Stadium with the bronze bull. Can it find enough offense? It doesn’t have to be a lot. It probably won’t be a lot. Whatever works.

Sneaky big game for the fan base and maybe the future of Iowa football. This is a results-driven deal. You need to see some results against Wisconsin. The Badgers are your “money” rival. The Iowa State and Nebraska rivalries make noise and come with trophies. This comes with divisional supremacy and championship implications.

I saw you guys at Indianapolis. You seemed to enjoy it. This is the game that can get you there. Or it’s another frustrating, three-hour headlock in Barry Land.

How many of those do you have left in you?

I’ve been around forever and that does have some benefits (besides AARP, you guys).

In 2006, I wrote a story about then-Iowa secondary coach Phil Parker. You know, he was a three-time first-team all-Big Ten safety at Michigan State. Bob Sanders was a three-time first-team all-Big Ten safety for the Hawkeyes, for comparison.

I talked to former Michigan State coach George Perles, Spartans head coach from 1983-94.

“Phil was one of the toughest players we ever had,” Perles said. “He threw his body around like nobody I’ve ever seen. He was as tough as any defensive back we ever had, to the point where he’d hit people so hard he’d give himself a concussion.”

Michigan State coaches wouldn’t let Parker go full bore in practice. He was eventually fitted with a Naval air force helmet to help him keep his eyes up and see what he was hitting.

Phil sat down with Scott Dochterman and me for about 20 minutes Tuesday. We got to the Naval air force helmet story and a bunch of other stuff. As always, thanks to Phil for his time. Enjoy!

Thanks to ELITE Sportsbook for the sponsorship!
Nov 07 2019 · 2hr 35mins
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Your Move Part 2 Phil Parker

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Nov 03 2019 · 35mins
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Junction Moments - Part 1 - Phil Parker

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Jun 30 2019 · 30mins
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NFL Draft preview, Takeaways from Brian Ferentz and Phil Parker

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It is draft night. We came into this with a plan, so hear us out.

We know #oniowapod will be available for just a few hours before Thursday night’s NFL Draft. So, we talk draft on the front end of the podcast, knowing how different it might turn out. Also, this podcast would’ve only had a shelf life of two hours if it was just the draft.

So, a little draft stuff. We make calls on Iowa’s four combine guys. Scott believes OL Ross Reynolds could be picked, too. I agree.

What else did we talk about? Coordinators Brian Ferentz and Phil Parker spoke this week. High degree of football nerdery, but it was a lot of fun. One thing that really struck me during Thursday’s interviews was the depth of thought and consideration that goes into everything. I feel like being a football coach is pretty good training for law school. Everything is run through the logic machine.

Programming note: We’re probably looking at Monday for the next pod. We’ll want to bring fresh stuff from our look at the Hawkeyes on Friday night.

Enjoy the draft! I hope your team picks a really obscure prospect that leaves you wondering, “What in the heck?” Unless you’re a Packers fan. Then, I hope all the picks come with a heavenly glow.

Have fun.
Apr 25 2019 · 1hr 45mins
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Episode #19 - August 02 2017 - with Phil Parker

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Interview with comedian, cynic, hopeless romantic, and good friend: Phil Parker. Mostly talk about home towns, love, and partnerships.

www.ComedyOutsider.com | www.AndrewBurnette.net www.facebook.com/phil.parker.75
Aug 02 2017 · 1hr 34mins
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