Erin Dugan and Braden Gall talk SEC football with ESPN.com Ryan McGee Georgia suffers a major injury Vanderbilt cares about football Coach O's strange decisions Studying the SEC's new coaches Facilities arms race Getting to know people off the record SEC dream road trip Just the right amount of Spurrier Misconceptions about coaches Transparency in the SEC is good for everyone Finding books and books finding you Growing up in the ESPN office Fringe Element is BTYB Jasper's on West End.
ESPN's Ryan McGee on Sidelines, Bloodlines, Mascot Crimes, Florida-Georgia Lines and More - Timeout 41
ESPN senior writer, host of the SEC Network's Marty & McGee and best-selling author Ryan McGee joins the Flems to talk about his new book: Sidelines and Bloodlines and commiserate with Ally about working with your dad. There are endless, insightful jaw-dropping tales from Dr. Jerry McGee's long, illustrious career as a top college football referee, the McGee family's connection to college football mascot royalty (UGA I), predictions for the SEC in 2021, memories from Ryan and Ally about UGA football and the World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party and an amazing rapid-fire Q & A at the end from Ally that covers everything from Taylor Swift (of course), to Marvel, Star Wars, NASCAR, and even soiling your flight suit at zero Gs in a Thunderbird F-16 fighter jet.
ESPN's Ryan McGee joins Paul to talk about the legacy of "The Intimidator" Dale Earnhardt Sr. on the upcoming anniversary of his death. Callers also talk to Paul about a variety of topics surrounding college football and basketball.
Shock and Ship talk very little about the Florida game, we break down the Masters food (in true Georgia fashion) and talk NASCAR and SEC Football with @ESPNMcGee, who has a great new book out called "Sidelines and Bloodlines" about his father, a decorated CFB official.
Rule 11 Podcast: College Football Officiating Conversations
ESPN's Ryan McGee joins us to discuss his latest book: "Sidelines and Bloodlines, A Father, His Sons and Our Life in College Football". Ryan's father is longtime ACC official Dr. Jerry McGee. Ryan joins us to discuss the book and shares a few stories.Quote of the WeekYou don't have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great - Zig ZiglarMentioned on the ShowSidelines and Bloodlines BookFight Song - South CarolinaSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/rule11)
ESPN’s Ryan McGee joins Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft to talk his life as a sports journalist, plus cover everything from the weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway.The long-time racing reporter shares about his family’s deep sports pedigree, his early days covering NASCAR and his special connection with Benny Parsons. He tells the story about the biggest interview of his career with Usain Bolt. Plus, he discusses his column from June on NASCAR’s ban of the confederate flag.Then, he and the guys dive into the first elimination race at Bristol. Kyle Busch had some choice words for Joey Logano after the race. T.J. shares his perspective of the late race moment and the culture of relationships in the NASCAR garage. Lapped cars were out of hand on Saturday night and the spotters dish on why something needs to be done about these ‘moving chicanes’ on the track.Four drivers have been eliminated from the Cup Series playoffs, including a surprise in Ryan Blaney. The gang points out missed opportunities from his season.Silly season is heating up and Bubba Wallace’s next move seems imminent. The guys drop some hints about a pending announcement and why it may allow Wallace to write his own history. Ross Chastain announced his move to the Cup Series in 2021 and the roundtable reacts, explaining why this could be make it or break it for his career.In #AskDBC, the guys question the playoff points structure and debate if it needs changing. McGee answers a question about the current sports media landscape and explains why NASCAR draws parallels to other leagues.Lastly, the spotting trio rants about condescending communication over the race director’s radio Saturday night at Bristol. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ryan McGee Talks All Things SEC, Greg Arias on Vandy, All-SEC Teams Announced
Locked On SEC – Daily College Football & Basketball Podcast
Excited to talk all things SEC football with ESPN's Ryan McGee, as he shares thoughts on this year's all-SEC schedule, working with Marty Smith, and his new book "Sidelines & Bloodlines",We cap off our SEC East Preview week with SI.com's Greg Arias, asking if Vanderbilt will go 0-10 this season.We also review the Preseason All-SEC Teams made by the conference coaches, and some rescheduling guidelines released by the SEC.Follow Chris on Twitter: @ChrisGordySupport Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Rock AutoAmazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you.Built BarBuilt Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON,” and you’ll get $10 off your first order. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
ESPN’s Ryan McGee explains the emotional experience of writing his new book “Sidelines and Bloodlines” with father Dr. Jerry and brother Sam. He recounts stories from his dad’s career as a college football referee and university president while discussing the potential for no college football in the fall. Find out how his SEC Network show “Marty and McGee” evolved during the COVID-19 pandemic plus... Source