In 1923, Jack Trice, a talented black football player from Hiram, Ohio who was recruited to play for Iowa State University, died of injuries in his first major college game. Historians have since debated whether his injuries were accidental, or whether he was roughed up unfairly because of his race. www.ohiomysteries.com firstname.lastname@example.org www.patreon.com/ohiomysteries www.twitter.com/mysteriesohio www.facebook.com/ohiomysteries Music: Audionautix- The Great Unknown The Great Phospher- Daniel Birch
Tim & Chris are joined by George Trice. George talks about The Jack Trice Legacy Foundation he started in his cousin's honor, what Iowa State means to him, his time as a student and racial lessons that we can still learn today from Jack's spirit. Old Man Strength also announcing its fundraiser for the month of July.
Theo Epstein Steps Down, Vikings Beat the Bears and no Fans at Jack Trice - Tuesday Show Hour 1
KXnO Sports Fanatics
Chris Williams and Ross Peterson kick off the show talking about Theo Epstein stepping down from the Chicago Cubs and the Minnesota Vikings beating the Chicago Bears on Monday Night Football, and CW may have them winning out the rest of the regular season. Callers bring up the topic of sports being called off below the high school level and during the show news breaks that there will be no fans at Jack Trice Stadium for the Kansas State - Iowa State game this weekend. To end the hour the guys give away beer from Mistress Brewing.
October 5, 2020. Hour 3: Bill O'Brien fired, Matt Wood & Nick on Iowa State hosting fans at Jack Trice Stadium
The Nick Handley Show
On the third hour of The Nick Handley Show, we play some highlights from Sunday in the NFL week 4 and learn about the breaking news of BIll O'Brien being fired by the Houston Texans. Next, we talk about the Cleveland Browns and their 3-1 start with Matt Wood of Dawgsbynature.com. Then Nick talks about the Iowa State-OU game and how he thought they handled things well with fans being spaced out.
Its Finally Game Week, Fans at Jack Trice Stadium and a Breakdown of ISU vs Louisiana
Cyclone Insider Podcast
Emery Songer is joined by the Des Moines Register's Randy Peterson and Travis Hines of the Ames Tribune as it is finally game week and they talk about what that means in a 2020 pandemic year. They also get into a discussion on fans at Jack Trice Stadium. And in the last segment they break down the matchup between the Cyclones and the Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns.
Litecast: Fans at Jack Trice, Monte vs Georges, and a Bachelorette Preview
Wide Right & Natty Lite Podcast Network
The Litecast returns to open the month of September on a big note. We start by discussing the announcement of Iowa State hosting 25,000 fans at Jack Trice Stadium for the football opener and how that reflects on Jamie Pollard. Plus, we try and make sense of the argument that having fans in the stands is a bad idea. Also in Iowa State news was the surprise announcement of Tyler Harris being eligible this season. We haven’t thought about college basketball for awhile, so it was fun to talk about the roster and our expectations for 2021.In NBA news, the podcast had to sadly bid farewell to the Brooklyn Nets and Luka Doncic. But, we did get to go over our preferred landing spots for Tyrese Haliburton in the lottery (spoiler: not the Knicks). There may or may not have been a rant about LeBron, you’ll just have to listen to find out. And we tried to figure out who each member of the pod hates more: Monte Morris or Georges Niang? We wrapped this one up with a plea for the Bears to not sign Leonard Fournette, and a special preview of this fall’s season of The Bachelorette.Thanks to Es Tas for sponsoring as always!