This week, ESPN’s Mina Kimes joins Drew and Roth to discuss wedding brunches, the Hilary Swank Effect, and, of course, the Super Bowl. Plus, questions from the Funbag! Kimes’s podcast, The Mina Kimes Show featuring Lenny, is streaming now. Visit defector.com. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Join co-hosts Jessica Gelman and Daryl Morey as they catch up with guest Mina Kimes, senior writer for ESPN, analyst for NFL Life, and the host of The Mina Kimes Show featuring Lenny podcast. Hear them discuss the expanding role of analytics in NFL teams' decision-making, how to design a winning offensive system, and what Mina thinks the most surprising NFL offseason change has been.
Clare Tears, Camera Cuts, and Comedy Roasts With Mina Kimes
Juliet is joined by ESPN NFL analyst Mina Kimes to break down Week 3 of 'The Bachelorette.' They talk about Yosef's blowup (2:54), whether Clare is a bad Bachelorette or if she's just getting a bad edit (16:02), Clare's uncomfortable one-on-one date with Zach (30:47), and the teaser that comes at the end of the episode (37:29).Host: Juliet LitmanGuest: Mina Kimes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
WEEK 7 PREVIEW: Dissecting what Ron said about his QBs, a chat with ESPN's Mina Kimes and a look at Dallas
Washington Football Talk
JP Finlay, Mitch Tischler, Pete Hailey and their new producer, Jason Murphy, are here for one last preview before the bye week, and they start off this Washington Football Talk by getting right into an exchange Ron Rivera and Pete had during Rivera's Wednesday presser. What was said and why does it matter? You'll find out soon enough. Then, the guys go back and forth on whether Washington is positioned to take advantage of Dallas' struggling offense and STRUGGLING defense this Sunday before tossing to their interview with Mina Kimes. In that interview, the ESPN football analyst compares her beloved Seahawks to Washington to figure out what the latter needs to do like the former, expresses her confusion over the QB situation in DC and then tries to cheer up the hosts she's joining because they kept getting all emo. Then, to close, JP, Mitch and Pete return to go through their 100 Chips, Over/Unders and F U segments. If you like podcasts where Mitch reveals he's getting a Cam Sims tickle and Mina helps come up with the ideal next name for Washington, then this is the episode for you.
ESPN really found a gem in Mina. She's had a meteoric rise in the company from writer, to on-air personality, to now, being an NFL analyst on the Re-Launched NFL Live. We talked about how it all came about, why she devours football content, and learning from where & how to take criticism.Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/house-of-l-podcast/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
WEEEEE'RE BAAAAAACK. For episode 8 I am joined by ESPN's Mina Kimes. We talked about her path to where she is today, bullshit college classes, peeing in the shower and more. Remember to rate, subscribe and review if you want. Love you all.
*WARNING: The episode contains explicit language.*The Matt Jones Podcast welcomes one of ESPN's brightest young stars. Mina Kimes does a little bit of everything for the four-letter network. She is a regular on Around the Horn and Highly Questionable and hosts two podcasts, ESPN Dailyand the NFL-centric Mina Kimes Show. She discussed her rise through the ranks and the recent comments from Drew Brees and Vic Fangio that reflect how far "the center has moved" on race relations in sports. Highlights: -- How does one transition from investigating hedge funds into NFL analysis? -- The economics of race relations have changed the tone from pro sports owners and corporations. -- What happens when someone you admire in sports disagrees with your beliefs? -- The lost art of nuance on social media. -- Mina describes the thrill of being the NFL's first female color analyst. -- Training for sports media jobs you've never done before. -- Sal Pal!