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Steve Mims

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James Crepea Show 11/6/20: Arizona-Utah canceled, previewing Oregon State-Washington State, breaking down Oregon vs. Stanford, Steve Mims, Hold All Tickets

James Crepea Show

On Friday's edition of The James Crepea Show on Fox Sports Eugene, James goes over the Arizona-Utah game getting canceled, previews Oregon State vs. Washington State and breaks down Oregon vs. Stanford. Steve Mims goes over what he'll do on the debut of KORE's new pregame show and weekly picks in Hold All Tickets

1hr 32mins

7 Nov 2020

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Steve Mims + Quick Hits

Tony and The Field

Legendary sports reporter Steve Mims, who spent 21 years covering Oregon sports at the Register Guard, joins the show today to talk his career + thoughts on the state of the sports Media Industry. Also - the boys discuss Tyler Herro, Pac-12 football, and sports media beef between industry folks. Enjoy!

1hr 32mins

25 Sep 2020

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Cumulus Eugene


7 Aug 2020

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Coach Steve Mims Jr Interview | Bess Conversations Podcast| Episode 38

Bess Conversations Podcast

Cape Fear Christian Academy has named Steve Mims Jr. to coach its varsity boys basketball program. Mims has been an assistant coach with Fayetteville Academy’s varsity boys the last two seasons.  Mims was a standout at E.E. Smith before graduating in 1999. He went on to play at Wingate. Mims then played professionally in Germany and Mexico.  He was an assistant at Fayetteville Tech for two years before joining the staff at Fayetteville Academy. He coached the Fayetteville Academy middle school boys to a Southeastern Conference championship in 2019.  Fayetteville Academy won the North Carolina Independent School Athletic Association 2-A boys basketball championship in 2019.  “Steve has worked closely with proven coaches Chip Bishop and Bill Boyette at Fayetteville Academy,” said Al Myatt, athletic director at CFCA. “Steve is very energetic and engaging. He has trained some outstanding players. He has great AAU connections with Team Wall and he has the contacts to help players to the next level.”  Among players Mims has trained are Dennis Smith Jr. (N.C. State, New York Knicks), Joey Baker (Duke), Brandon Ingram (Duke, New Orleans Pelicans), Josh Nickelberry (Louisville) and Greg Gantt (Providence).  Mims helped former CFCA player Zachary Boggs at Fayetteville Tech. Boggs played at Fort Valley (Ga.) State last season. Mims trained former CFCA and American University player C.B. Diallo before he signed to play in the Basketball Africa League.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

1hr 8mins

3 Jun 2020

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Cumulus Eugene


6 May 2020

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Sports Talk - Hour 1: Steve Mims 3-13-20

Cumulus Eugene

Crunch Time Hour 1: Steve Mims, The Register Guard, on remembering that great time on Wednesday of covering basketball games, what might have been with the Oregon Men, and more. PLUS: Tool Shed, Justin Herbert, and more.


13 Mar 2020

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Week 1 with Steve Mims

The Blackout

Week 0 is done (thank goodness)! Thomas Black is ready for Week 1 and has highlights from Florida's 24-20 win over Miami, his College Football Playoff picks, an interview with Steve Mims of DuckSports.com to preview Auburn-Oregon, and details on how you can win FREE merchandise from BellyUpSports.com. MUSIC: Raw Space by Spazz Cardigan PBP Calls: Chris Fowler and Kirk Herbstreit on ESPN for the Gators' win over the Hurricanes.


3 Sep 2019

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Episode 20 - "When the Smoke Clears" with Joe Bailey Jr. and Steve Mims

The Debatable Podcast

Filmmakers Joe Bailey Jr. and Steve Mims join me on our 20th episode to talk about their movie "Incendiary: The Willingham Case." One of the best films of 2011, “Incendiary” deals with the capital punishment case of Cameron Todd Willingham, a man convicted of murdering his children in a house fire in 1991. After his lethal injection in 2004, evidence came to light through analysis of the flawed arson forensics used to convict him. As Willingham's family struggles to exonerate him, with the help of arson experts like Gerald Hurst and John Lentini, they have come into conflict with steadfast bureaucracy in the form of politicians like Gov. Rick Perry and Forensic Science Commission Chair John Bradley. it's a great film and an eye-opening conversation. enjoy!Incendiary: The Willingham Case website - great for information on the film and resources/articles about the caseIncendiary trailerIncendiary for rent and purchase on iTunesFURTHER MATERIAL"Trial by Fire" - the New Yorker article by David Grann that inspired the documentary"The Willingham Fire" - David Grann and Blake Eskin talk on The New Yorker's podcast"Flashover" - David Grann explains one of the flaws of arson investigation in this video"Ask the Author Live" - a Q&A with Grann from August 31, 2009Willingham's Family Seeks Posthumous PardonTexas Reviewing Old Arson Convictions for Suspect EvidenceMusic on this podcast brought to you by Music AlleyArtist: Fritz Monath - Song: SmokeOrgans, Togetherness

1hr 39mins

5 Nov 2012