Keith Sargeant & James Kratch - Rutgers Athletics 2021-2022 Preview (EP.89)
The Scarlet Spotlight
The Scarlet Spotlight is happy to be joined by NJ Advance Media's Keith Sargeant and James Kratch for our Rutgers Athletics 2021-2022 Preview Podcast. Sarge and Kratch cover all things Rutgers football -- from camp coverage to Noah Vedral to position group strengths to a schedule breakdown. They provide opinions on NIL's effect on journalism, conference realignment and potential mask/vaccine mandates at Rutgers. Sarge and Kratch give insights into Steve Pikiell's roster construction, C. Vivian Stringer's recruiting, Scott Goodale's newest wrestling recruit and so much more in a wide-ranging roundtable with Danny and Jon. Learn more and stay up to date at thescarletspotlight.com Email - firstname.lastname@example.org Join the Facebook Group - The Scarlet Spotlight Follow the show on Twitter - @scarletspotRU Instagram - @thescarletspotlight/ Follow Danny Breslauer on Twitter: @DannyBreslauer Follow Jon Newman on Twitter: @jonnew
James Kratch of NJ Advance Media joins as a guest, as does Danny Breslauer, who hosts some other podcast. First, Adam, Mike, and Max ask whether the last seven months of the podcast should be stricken from the record, as well as the release of the roster and the possibility of tailgating. James Kratch then joins (18:20) to discuss the outlook for Rutgers football, COVID related protocols, his run-in with Chris Ash on the day he was fired, margaritas, ties, various suggestions for rule changes throughout sports, and more. After, we talk about soap, do a half assed gambling segment, and bounce around before Danny Breslauer shows up to save the end of the episode.
Keith Sargeant & James Kratch - The NJ.com Duo (EP.64)
The Scarlet Spotlight
The Scarlet Spotlight is happy to be joined by The Star Ledger, NJ Advance Media & NJ.com's Keith Sargeant and James Kratch for what would have been our Rutgers football preseason roundtable. Instead, Sarge, Kratch, Danny and Jon discuss the Big Ten's decision/vote to postpone the fall season, the future of the Rutgers athletic department, Greg Schiano, the national college football media, winter sports decisions, eligibility, the NCAA Power 5, OPRAs and more! The NJ.com duo even provides insight into what their jobs might look like this fall. Learn more and stay up to date at thescarletspotlight.com Email - email@example.com Join the Facebook Group - The Scarlet Spotlight Follow the show on Twitter - @scarletspotRU Instagram - @thescarletspotlight/ Follow Danny Breslauer on Twitter: @DannyBreslauer Follow Jon Newman on Twitter: @jonnew
James Kratch of NJ Advance Media joins the podcast for the first time (34:55). But first, Max, Mike and Adam start off by discussing the fallout from Eugene Omoruyi's shocking transfer announcement, and how the Rutgers basketball team will move forward. Max eventually grows tired of talking about a player who is no longer at Rutgers, and goes on an epic rant hyping up the players currently on the team (14:25). They then talk about the strategic vision document released by Rutgers last week. James Kratch comes on to talk about Rutgers football, rowing, grit, Mike Francesa, going to college at South Carolina, and much more. Later, Adam reads a list of the best names in college lacrosse, followed by a seamless transition into a discussion about The Daily Targum. Max talks about his disdain for kicking in football. They close with dueling Wankers of the Week.
James Kratch - Rutgers Football Beat Writer Previews The Season (EP.13)
The Scarlet Spotlight
For lucky episode No. 13, The Scarlet Spotlight welcomes NJ Advance Media's James Kratch, the beat writer for Rutgers football and a host in the ever-crowded RU Athletics podcast landscape. Kratch details his New Jersey upbringing, his path to South Carolina for college and his journalism roots. He discusses covering high school sports, the New York Giants and Rutgers... spanning coaches from Steve Spurrier to Tom Coughlin to Chris Ash. Kratch gives his extensive opinions on multiple RU football position units and goes game-by-game through the schedule with Danny and Jon on the eve of Rutgers vs. Texas State in the 2018 season opener. Learn more and stay up to date at thescarletspotlight.com Email - firstname.lastname@example.org Join the Facebook Group - The Scarlet Spotlight Follow the show on Twitter - @scarletspotRU Instagram - @thescarletspotlight/ Follow Danny Breslauer on Twitter: @DannyBreslauer Follow Jon Newman on Twitter: @jonnew
After each week of NFL football games for the 2017-2018 season, the Heads 'N Tales podcast will be posting an episode dedicated to injuries and health & safety topics surrounding the NFL. Specifically we will talk about possible prevention strategies, the rulebook, equipment and other injury buzz around the league. My co-host and strategist for these episodes will be one of my closest friends, Josh Boyd (hence the J in "JK"..I'm the K...). Josh and I grew up playing baseball together. Josh was a division-1 center fielder for Monmouth University and experienced his fair share of injuries throughout his career. Although Josh never played organized football, the dude flat-out knows the game of football and undoubtably knows more about the ins-and-outs of the sport better than I do from both a fan and x's & o's perspective. Our intention for these episodes is to spark conversations around topics that are usually brushed under the rug or only minimally covered in the hopes of making football and all sports safer for the athletes who play them. You are currently looking at the show notes for Week 7 with special guest, James Kratch, New York Giants Beat Writer for The Star Ledger/NJ.com. James played football with me in high school and we have been friends since second grade. He also player baseball with both Josh and I in high school. Before coming a New York Giants beat writer, James was the sports editor of The Daily Gamecock at The University of South Carolina. Follow @JamesKratch Week 7 Injuries: Carson Palmer, QB Arizona, Broken Arm, Out at least 8 weeks Joe Thomas, OT Cleveland, Arm Injury, Snapped longest consecutive snaps played streak in NFL History. (Article, No Video) UPDATE: Torn Triceps, Out for Season Mike Wallace, WR Baltimore, Concussion/Protocol Mike Wallace ... yikes. This is a made-me-wince hit pic.twitter.com/bWeZPN1M7m — Jason McIntyre (@jasonrmcintyre) October 22, 2017 Legal hit in NFL due to the WR being a “runner” at this point in the play, but should the rule be changed to similar to college targeting rule? Jay Cutler, QB Miami, Chest/Rib Injury, Cracked Ribs 2-3 Weeks Malik Hooker, S Indianapolis , Torn ACL, Rookie from Ohio State Malik Hooker did walk off the field under his own power after this hit for the #Colts ... but that knee injury looked serious 😬😬😬 pic.twitter.com/uiYhdxvYgI — Andy McDonnell (@Andy_McDonnell) October 22, 2017 Dirty block? Updates and Fines from Week 6: Luke Kuechly, LB Carolina, Inactive for this weeks game vs CHI, Injury Report listed Kuechly as sitting out of Practice Wednesday due to the Protocol but Thursday and Friday due to a Concussion. Seems as if, contrary to Adam Schefter's Report last week the Panthers have diagnosed Kuechly with a Concussion. Last note on this for reference, at the end of last season Kuechly missed the last 6 games of the season with a concussion however he was cleared from the protocol and eligible to play after 3 weeks. The Panthers have historically been very cautious with Kuechly and Concussions. Mike Mitchell, S Pit, Fined 9k (Normal Roughing the Passer Fine) for hit on Alex Smith. However Mitchell was also fined 45k for a different hit in the KC game, amount of the fine due to being a repeat offender. There was no penalty on the play for that hit. But what about this Charcandrick West hit that Mike Mitchell went all in on? pic.twitter.com/gGE4hacQmh — Nick Jacobs (@Jacobs71) October 19, 2017 Laquan Treadwell, WR Minnesota, Fined 24k for block we discussion in last week's episode. Vontaze Burfict, LB Cincinatti, Kick vs Pittsburgh, Suspended again? C'mon Man! Two plays in and Vontaze Burfict kicks Rosie Nix after a play. Then points at Nix for some reason. #Steelers #Bengals pic.twitter.com/lioNLDDMvX — Josh Rowntree (@JRown32) October 22, 2017 View from inside an NFL Locker Room with James Kratch: General Player Safety including Thursday Night Games, Practice times and recovery, concussions, concussion protocol and defenseless receiver plays. Quality of play including CBA effects on contracts, younger players on average across the league and offensive line play. Teaching of Extra Effort/Playing through the whistle, does it need to change? Is it “just football”? Can in be tough and coached out of the game at younger levels? Fan vs Reporter: How has your personal fandom for the Giants as well as NFL changed as a whole changed since you’ve starting covering the team for a living? Download : iTunes | Stitcher | SoundCloud Permalink
In this episode of NYG Weekly, Ethan and Weis are joined by James Kratch from nj.com to recap the Giants first win of the season, the future of their offensive line, and discuss Mike Sullivan the play caller. Was Ben McAdoo forced to give up play calling? Will John Mara make any changes should they go into the bye at 1-6? Listen for the takes. Tell a friend to subscribe and we'll love you forever.