Stu is joined by SI.com writer Jenny Vrentas to discuss the latest with Deshaun Watson and the Jets trading Sam Darnold to the Panthers. Plus, we test Jenny on how much she remembers from her days as science major from Penn State.
Stu is joined by SI.com writer Jenny Vrentas to discuss the latest with Deshaun Watson and the Jets trading Sam Darnold to the Panthers. Plus, we test Jenny on how much she remembers from her days as science major from Penn State. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sports Illustrated Senior Writer Jenny Vrentas joins Ross on today's podcast talking about: - Female Roles in the NFL (6:05) - Jack Easterby's influence with the Houston Texans (8:42) - Deshaun Watson & Jack Easterby's relationship (13:06) - Why the Texans didn't interview Eric Bienemy (16:12) - Minority hiring in the NFL (18:16) Also, Ross comments on the big trade from this weekend that send Matthew Stafford to the Rams for three draft picks & Jared Goff (24:41) RossTucker.com/Sponsors linktr.ee/RossTuckerNFL
Glenn Clark Radio August 12, 2020 (Eduardo Perez, Ralph Friedgen, Jenny Vrentas, Tom Dienhart)
Glenn Clark Radio
Lots of talk about the Orioles' wild game last night and Big Ten football officially being cancelled today. Plus it's #WouldYouRatherWednesday-brought to you by Glory Days Grill. Would you rather the conferences still scheduled to play go ahead and play OR we just bag college football in favor of three more NFL TV windows on Saturdays? Early in the show, ESPN analyst Eduardo Perez checked in before he calls Orioles/Phillies tomorrow. How does he explain the Orioles' solid start? Should it change decisions they'd make at the trade deadline? At the bottom of Hour 1, longtime Big Ten reporter Tom Dienhart checked in to discuss the possibility of players departing, whether spring football is even a reasonable hope and more. Early in Hour 2, SI's Jenny Vrentas joined us to discuss her digital cover story on Lamar Jackson and the impact he's having on views of what a quarterback is. At the bottom of Hour 2, former Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen checked in to discuss the college football issue and why he feels the Big Ten may have made the right decision.
OBL 2/6: Biggest change in a 17-game schedule?; The Chiefs path to victory with Jenny Vrentas
One Bills Live
We discussed what the biggest change would be for a 17-game schedule in the NFL. Sports Illustrated's Jenny Vrentas went in-depth on Andy Reid, the Chiefs path to the Super Bowl victory and discussed the future of Tom Brady in the NFL (48:36).
SI’s Jenny Vrentas on 2019 SI Sportsperson of the Year Megan Rapinoe
Sports Illustrated Media Podcast
Jimmy tosses this bonus episode to Grant Wahl who talks to SI senior writer Jenny Vrentas about her new Sportsperson of the Year story on Megan Rapinoe—the sports figure who made the most lasting impression of 2019. They talk about Rapinoe’s athletic and social impact, the forces in her life that have shaped those things and how Vrentas approached writing a signature story on one of the most heavily covered athletes in the world. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hello Fangirl Nation! Welcome to another episode of Fangirl Sports Network’s Get My Job on BlueWire. Today I am SO excited to be joined by Sports Illustrated Senior Writer Jenny Vrentas. Jenny is one of my favorite sportswriters and frankly, one of the best in the business. We talk about everything from: Stephanie Apstein and the Astros To early rejections To Jenny’s favorite story (spoiler: it involves Bill Belichick and Nick Saban) Excellent advice on coming up with that perfect story. Jenny's mentors along the way And how to overcome confidence struggles. Make sure to subscribe and leave us a review on iTunes and to follow us on Instagram at @fangirlsportsnetwork. Now, let’s get to it! Continue the conversation with Get My Job on social media: Instagram Twitter Facebook Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review Get My Job and visit FGSN.com to hear more episodes!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
With all that happened this week with the NFL Draft, Dr. Chao did a special Sunday edition of the podcast breaking down the teams the took the most risk with regards to injured players and what guys might have feel due to medical question marks. Jenny Vrentas of Sports Illustrated & The MMQB joins Dr. Chao to talk about how rumors get generated during the draft and how much of that information actually gets reported.
Jimmy G All Day, Jimmy G All Night (Guest: Jenny Vrentas, The MMQB)
The Football Girl Podcast
Disclaimer: We have devoted a lot of time to analyzing Jimmy Garoppolo. We will continue to devote a lot of time to Jimmy Garoppolo. Duh. Jenny Vrentas, the brilliant senior writer for Sports Illustrated and The MMQB joins to discuss her deeply reported feature on the 49ers QB. https://www.si.com/nfl/2018/07/24/jimmy-garoppolo-tom-brady-san-francisco-49ers. Jenny breaks down Garoppolo’s background, including his idolization of Tom Brady and more recent trajectory to superstardom after just seven NFL starts. She also takes a broader lens to explain the methods behind her “write-around” reporting , what Garoppolo factoid surprised her most (hint: It’s Bill Belichick related) and whether or not the 49ers QB is overhyped.Jenny also discusses post-Peter King life at The MMQB, her most memorable pieces and how she gets subjects to trust her and open up.Also in the episode, Melissa waxes on about the struggle to protect children from hero worship of athletes. Finally, our Do-Gooder of the week is Bucs WR Mike Evans who donated $11,000 to the family of a black man in Florida shot to death in his garage by police.Please give us a good rating and/or review on iTunes and watch magical things happen to your favorite football team!The Rundown1:55: Melissa on trying to figure out how to protect her kids from hero worship of athletes (coming off Tiger’s British Open run)10:22: Jenny on the challenge of reporting a story where the main subject (Jimmy G)won’t speak 13:07: Jenny on how invested Bill Belichick was in Garoppolo19:45: Jenny on how much hype Garoppolo deserves now22:45: Jenny on the top three storylines that intrigue her this season27:50: Jenny on the support from Peter King during and after his time with The MMQB31:50: Jenny on being slightly uncomfortable with brand building required of writers these days35:13: Jenny’s three favorite stories she’s written41:50: Jenny offers advice to young journalists on getting access to subjects46:07: Melissa explains why Bucs WR Mike Evans is our Do-Gooder of the Week
On this episode of the Moran-Alytics Podcast Patrick Moran is joined by Sports Illustrated and MMQB senior writer Jenny Vrentas. One of the best sports writers in the business today male or female, Jenny takes us through her journey, one that actually began as a Biochemistry and Molecular Biology major at Penn State College before deciding she wanted to venture into sports writing and ultimately going to the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. She went on to land a job at the Newark Star Ledger in 2007, a position she’d hold for six years as she eventually became a beat writer for the New York Jets and Giants. Her career shifted in 2013 when Peter King essentially handpicked her to join the MMQB writing team at Sports Illustrated. Vrentas talks in detail about that process and gets emotional when discussing King’s upcoming departure after 29-years at Sports Illustrated. She also gives her opinion on the life of a reporter in the New York city market, goes into the unfair disadvantages women often have in the sports journalism workplace and discusses a few of the incredible stories she’s written in recent years. All that and much more with one of the best and most likable sports writers in the business! Follow Jenny Vrentas on Twitter at @JennyVrentas and check out her work at Sports Illustrated. ♦♦♦♦♦ Follow Patrick Moran on Twitter @patmorantweets and “like” the Moran-Alytics Facebook page.