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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 56
This weekend sees Vasyl Lomachenko and Guillermo Rigondeaux face off in a battle of two of everybody's top 10 Pound for Pound boxers. The two duel on December 9th at the Madison Square Garden Theater and on ESPN in a fight that will certainly have an effect on the pound for pound lists out there.
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Get More Sportscast - November 30
Ej Garr hosts the Get More Sportscast, as we preview the events going on around the globe in the world of sports. NCAA Football highlights the weekend, although Week 13 in the NFL kicks off on Thursday as well. NCAA Hoops is underway, and Ej gives you the good and the bad so far in the new season. NHL, NBA and so much more to discuss today, so enjoy the show!
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 55
Boxing 2017 Review - The TalknShoot Boxing Podcast edition number 55 begins the process of looking back at the highlights from 2017. The podcast starts with a review of the monthly calendar, January thru November. Though we may have missed a fight or two here along the way, the list is pretty comprehensive and all of the big fights for 2017 are covered. It has been a year that has seen a great deal of retirements from the sport. Wladimir Klitschko, Andre Ward, Juan Manuel Marquez, Miguel Cotto and Tim Bradley all hung up the gloves during the 2017 calendar year. This will make the hall of fame inductions in a few years very interesting and it also had the effect of giving us an exciting year of wide-open boxing action.
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Ej's Garr-gantuan Football Show - Episode 2
The World Cup field of 32 Nations is set, so who better to reveal the competitors? That's right, it's time for the second edition of Ej's Garr-Gantuan Football Show. The sole discussion of the day is the World Cup in 2018.
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Ej's Garr-Gantuan Football Show - Episode 1
Ej Garr hosts the inaugural edition of the Garr-Gantuan Football Show! World Cup 2018 is nearing, and the news we have to spread will make everyone smile. Today, Ej recaps the situation for everyone's hopes to appear at the World Cup in Russia come June. Who is in, and who still has work to do? Our host sorts it all out, and follows it up with a big announcement of his own. Enjoy the show!
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 54
We look back at October 28th and WBA and IBF world champion Anthony Joshua's latet title defense against France's Carlos Takam. There is no doubt that on the business end, Joshua and his promoter Eddie Hearn cleaned up. The fight took place in Manchester's masive Principality Stadium and that gives Joshua two straight sellouts of two different soccer stadiums in England this year. The fight aired on Showtime in the USA and on the SKY Box Office PPV service in the UK. More important than anything, Joshua notched the victory which sets up the next big pay day. Can you say star?
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The Get More Sportscast Episode 1
EJ Garr and Casey Bryant preview everything going on in the world of sports. And this is one heck of a weekend, as all four major sports and more are in action. You can also watch this episode on our Youtube channel @https://youtu.be/a_W6BLeg98c
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 70
Clark Burroughs' Golf Undigested podcast covers the events on all three tours.The PGA Tour, the LPGA Tour and the seniors in California.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 53
WBSS Tournaments in Full Swing - The World Boxing Super Series cruiserweight and super middleweight tourneys are closing out the quarter-final rounds this month. Unfortunately for U.S. boxing fans, the fights have not been on television and feature a line-up where just one fighter is American born. The cruiserweights do close out in New Jersey as Murat Gassiev (24-0) takes on Krzysztof Wlodarczyk (53-3-1). This is the last of the quarter-final bouts as Mairis Briedis of Latvia, Oleksandr Usyk of the Ukraine and Yunier Dorticos of Cuba all advanced to the semi-finals. Usyk dispatched Germany's Marco Huck, while Briedis and Dorticos delivered early knock outs to advance in the tournament. Now Usyk is set to take on Briedis in the first semi-final bout while Dorticos waits the winner of Gassiev and Wlodarczyk.
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The NFL Podcast - Week 6 Edition
The NFL Podcast at Get More Sports takes you through week 6 of the season. Ej the Rainmaker, Adam Greene, and Erik the Hun triple-team the show again, which means you get three respected opinions in one spot. For your NFL Fantasy & NFL Betting advice, you have one spot to make every Friday!
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NCAAF Throwdown Podcast - Episode 14
Join Ej the Rainmaker and Erik the Hun for the Thursday edition of the NCAA Football Throwdown Podcast, with picks and predictions for the upcoming weekend.
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NCAAF Throwdown Podcast - Episode 13
Ej the Rainmaker and Erik the Hun host the NCAA Football Throwdown Podcast. We arrive to Week 7 of the season, with plays and predictions on tap.
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Speak Up Podcast - October 9
This week on the Rainmaker Radio Show, Kent Stephens from the NCAA Football Hall of Fame is our guest, as we talk college football. Kent is the full-time historian and curator at the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta, GA.
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GMS NFL Podcast - Episode 5
It is Week 5 of the NFL season, which means the GMS NFL Podcast follows suit! Join Ej, Adam, and Erik for your Fantasy and Handicapping needs.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 69
The Golf Undigested Podcast is back for episode 69, as Clark Burroughs carries you through this weekend on the links around the globe.
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NCAAF Throwdown Podcast - Episode 12
The College Football Throwdown Podcast airs the Tuesday edition of the show, as Ej and Erik rewind the clock and review last weekend's games.
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GMS NFL Podcast - Episode 4
The Get More Sports NFL Podcast enters week 4 of the NFL Season, as Ej the Rainmaker, Adam Greene, and Erik the Hun hand out your Fantasy and Betting advice for this weekend.
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Talk n Shoot Podcast - Episode 52
Boxing P4P List on TnS Podcast #52 - In this latest TalknShoot podcast we look at the list of boxing's Pound for Pound list of the best fighters out there. The year started with Roman "Chocolatito" Gonzalez in the #1 spot but the Nicaraguan warrior has gone 0-2 in 2017 and is no longer a factor. Gonzalez' first loss in March of 2017 cost him the numer one spot and on most of these subjective lists the new #1 P4P fighter was light heavyweight kingpin Andre Ward. Now Ward has officially announced his retirement from the game and another discussion about who is #1 is taking place as we speak.
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NCAAF Throwdown Podcast - Episode 11
Ej and Erik host the NCAA Football Throwdown Podcast. With a big weekend of games on deck for this weekend, join us to get in on the action.
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NCAA Football Throwdown Podcast - Episode 10
The Tuesday edition of the Throwdown Podcast is out, as Ej the Rainmaker and Erik the Hun rewind the clock, and look ahead to this week.
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GMS NFL Podcast - Week 3
The NFL Podcast at Get More Sports arrives to week 3 of the NFL season, as Ej the Rainmaker, Adam Greene, and Erik the Hun once again lead you to the well! Fantasy and Handicapping advice you can only find here.
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NCAAF Throwdown Podcast - Episode 9
The NCAA Football Throwdown Podcast comes to you live on Thursday night, as Ej the Rainmaker and Erik the Hun make all the calls!
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NCAAF Throwdown Podcast - Episode 8
The College Football Throwdown Podcast for Tuesday is up, which means Ej the Rainmaker and Erik the Hun Review the week of games.
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GMS NFL Podcast - Episode 2
Week 2 of the NFL Season arrives, and so does the GMS NFL Podcast. Get all of your fantasy and handicapping knowledge in one spot, every Friday night. Ej the Rainmaker, Adam Greene, and Erik the Hun all host this week's episode of the GMS NFL Podcast.
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NCAA Football Throwdown Podcast - Episode 7
Ej the Rainmaker and Erik the host the NCAA Football Throwdown Podcast, as Episode 7 hits the air. On this week's show, our hosts get you prepared for the entire Saturday college football slate. As you can see, Erik has written up over a dozen games on the site this week, and we will discuss those and more.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 68
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF!
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NCAA Football Throwdown Podcast - Episode 6
The NCAA Football Throwdown Podcast takes to the air again, and we are wide open, coach! This week on the big show, Ej the Rainmaker & Erik the Hun recap the week that was in college football. As we review the games, we also discuss some of disappointment in the NFL product we saw this past Sunday. Garbage is a word we used often, to describe the opening weekend of the NFL season.
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Behind the Lines Podcast - Episode 1
Jay Anthony and Billy G host the Behind the Lines Podcast. Each week the guys hand out the goods to keep your bookie at odds! The subject this week is the opening of the NFL season. Jay and Billy share tips and tricks to help you escape the trends and be on the right side of the lines on Sunday.
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NCAA Football Throwdown Podcast - Episode 5
The fifth episode of the College Football Throwdown Podcast is out! Ej the Rainmaker and Erik the Hun are back again, and this round revolves around the games this weekend. Our hosts set the table for the college football weekend, with plays and predictions galore.
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GMS NCAAF Throwdown Podcast - Episode 4
The College Football Throwdown Podcast resumes, as the 4th episode of the season hits the air. Ej and Erik review week 1, and preview Friday's games. That, and oh so much more when you tune in to the show this week. We come to you again on Thursday, so be on the lookout for Episode 5 soon!
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 51
Super Flyweight Boxing Delight - This latest edition of the TalknShoot Boxing Podcast focuses on the 115 pound super flyweight weight class and the fights set for Saturday, September 9th on HBO. The live event is set for the StubHub Center in Carson, California and features three top-notch fights in the 115 pound division, topped by the rematch for the WBC world title between Roman "Chocolatito" Gonzalez and Wisaksil Wangek.
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GMS NCAA Football Throwdown - Episode 3
The NCAA Football Throwdown Podcast comes to you live, as your hosts Ej and Erik walk you through the games for Sept 2, 3, & 4.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 67
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts Podcast #67 by taking us through last two week’s action at The Northern Trust in New York where Dustin Johnson and Jordan Spieth needed extra holes to crown the champion. World No. 1 Johnson proved once again why he’s the best player in the world by making birdie on the first playoff hole to spoil Spieth’s chances. It was Johnson’s fourth career FedEx Cup Playoffs win.
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GMS NCAA Football Throwdown - Episode 2
The NCAA Football Throwdown Podcast is back again, as the second episode of the year hits the air. Ej the Rainmaker and Erik the Hun walk you through the games being played on August 31 & September 1. With predictions and picks abound, the guys reel off plays for all of the lined games on the board. There are a handful of games being played on Thursday and Friday, so there is no time to waste. Get your plays in as soon as possible, because lines are moving in plenty of contests.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 50
Mayweather vs McGregor Post Fight TnS #50 - The TnS Podcast hits episode #50 and this one is dedicated to last weekend's Floyd Mayweather vs Conor McGregor PPV fight. So, the so-called "superfight" went down and at the end of the day, Mayweather Jr logged his 50th professional win against zero defeats fighting a novice. McGregor deserves credit for his effort but it was clear his boxing level topped off somewhere in the mid-range. This showed up in two very noticeable spots. First of all, the devesating striker McGregor was reduced to doing a lot of point boxing and slapping because he doesn't hit very hard with this footwork. McGregor had improved his MMA conditioning heading into the second Nick Diaz fight but that type of conditioning where ground fighting is involved did not prepare McGregor for twelve rounds of boxing.
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GMS NFL Podcast - Episode 1
The Get More Sports NFL Podcast has arrived, as the inaugural edition of the show kicks off. Your hosts Ej 'The Rainmaker' Garr and Adam 'The First Man' Greene open up this season with Fantasy outlooks and betting prognostications, offering up all their advice and expectations to put your money on. The NFL regular season fast approaches, while bettors and fantasy experts alike are preparing. The sports books have put out the props, and the fantasy lovers are getting ready to draft their squad.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 49
Mayweather Jr vs McGregor Fight Week - TnS Podcast #49 - The waiting is almost over as Floyd Mayweather Jr and Conor McGregor are finally set to meet this Saturday night at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The fight is expected to break box-office records for a combat sport PPV and those expectations have led to an unprecedented level of hype during the severa months of build-up we have had. The podcast asks the question whether beating the existing record of 4.4 million PPV buys that Mayweather Jr scored when his dance partner was Manny Pacquiao is a reasonable goal. The bottom line is that a good bit of the boxing world is turned off by the bout and shelling out $100 may be too much for boxing heads.
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NCAA Football Throwdown Podcast - Episode 1
The NCAA Football Throwdown Podcast is back again, as year two of the show unravels before your ears! That's right, we are BACK BABY! Erik the Hun and Ej the Rainmaker kick off season two of the Throwdown Pod, with our mind on our money, and our money on our minds. Welcome back football! Following up a tremendous season a year ago, Ej and Erik serve up year two of the show.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 66
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts Podcast #66 by taking us through the last two week’s of action at the PGA Championship and Wyndham on the PGA Tour and the Paul Lawrie Match Play tournament in Europe. Justin Thomas picked up his first major win and fourth win of the year at the PGA Championship. Henrik Stenson grabbed his first title in nearly two years at the Wyndham Championship and Adrian Otaegui won the Saltire Paul Lawrie Match Play. The PGA Champions Tour was in Binghamton, New York for the Dicks Sporting Goods Open where Scott McCarron continued to dominate by picking up his third win of the year and trail only Bernhard Langer in the Charles Cup standings. Burroughs makes his picks for the week as well as helping you set your fantasy team. Our host record stands at 98-69-12 for the year and 6-4 last week. Burroughs dishes on this week’s action on all the tours across the world.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 48
Heavyweight Boxing on TnS Podcast #48 - The TalknShoot Boxing Podcast is back and heavyweight boxing is once again the subject.
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Golf Undigested Episode 65 - PGA Championship
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts Podcast #65 by taking us through last week’s action at the WGC - Bridgestone Invitational where Hideki Matsuyama blitzed the field on the final day by shooting a course record 61 to win by five over Zach Johnson and three clear of Charley Hoffman. At the secondary tournament in Reno, Nevada, Chris Stroud eagled the last hole of regulation to sneak into a playoff with Greg Owen and Richy Werenski, then birdied the second playoff hole to secure his first win at the Barracuda Championship. The PGA Champions Tour was in the Twin Cities for the 3M Championship and there was also extra holes involved to declare the winner. Paul Goydos and Gene Sauers were tied at 20-under par after regulation play and Goydos quickly ended the drama with a birdie on the first playoff hole.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 64
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts Podcast #64 by taking us through last week’s action where we saw sudden death playoffs on both sides of the pond.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 63
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts Podcast #63 by taking us through last week’s action at the 146th Open Championship where Jordan Spieth made one of the greatest comebacks in the history of the event by edging Matt Kuchar by three strokes to win his third major championship. In the process, Spieth became the youngest player since Jack Nicklaus to win the first three legs of the career Grand Slam.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 47
World Boxing Super Series - TnS Boxing Podcast #47 - Early this year a series of press releases announced the World Boxing Super Series and on July 8th, the group announced the line-ups for two single elimination, eight man tournaments to kick off in September and October.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 62
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts Podcast #62 by taking us through last week’s action in the world of golf. Bryson DeChambeau picked up his first PGA Tour win by making six birdies on his final nine holes to come from behind and nip Patrick Rodgers by a stroke. It looked like Rodgers would pick up his first win on tour holding a two stroke lead with four holes to play, but DeChambeau birdied his last two holes, Rodgers made a costly bogey on No. 17 and failed to birdie the last to pave the way for Dechambeau to pick up his first ever PGA Tour win and a trip to this week’s Open Championship.
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The Rainmaker Radio Show - Speak Up Podcast
This week's guest on the Speak Up Podcast is Kristen Ulmer. Kristen is recognized as the most fearless woman athlete in all of North America, and her book, The Art of Fear, is the topic today!
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 61
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts Podcast #61 by taking us through last week’s action in the world of golf. It looked like Colombian Sebastian Munoz may go wire-to-wire and earn his first PGA Tour win, but it was another rookie who stole the show and grabbed the win. Munoz was leading by two heading to the final day but had an erratic final day that paved the way for Xander Schauffele who birdied the final hole to reach 14-under par and seal the win.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 46
Talking Boxing PPVs on TalknShoot Podcast #46 - In this latest edition of the TalknShoot Boxing Podcast we take a look at the boxing calendar and some of the big pay-per-view events that are scheduled from now until the end of the year. When it comes to PPVs this summer, the chatter surrounds the August 26th bout between Floyd Mayweather Jr and Conor McGregor. The price was recently announced as $89.95 for the PPV and $99,95 for the HD version of the feed, which is high. The question is not going to be whether people pony up money for the Mayweather vs McGregor fight but how much they will have left for "Canelo" Alvarez versus Gennady Golovkin.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 60
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts Podcast #60 by taking us through last week’s action in the world of golf. For the second straight week on the PGA Tour, the tournament was decided in extra holes. Kyle Stanley and Charles Howell III tied at 7-under par at the Quicken Loans National. In the sudden death playoff it appeared that Howell III had the advantage after Stanley bailed his tee shot out to the right, but Howell III hit a poor approach shot and failed to get it up and down, while Stanley hit his approach shot just over the green, chipped it to 4-feet and calmly rolled in the putt for the victory. Burroughs makes his picks for the week as well as helping you set your fantasy team.
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Speak Up Podcast - Episode 1
The 'Speak Up' Podcast is now a thing, so make it your priority to check out our new show here at GMS. Officially it will be recognized as the Rainmaker Radio Show, but Speak Up just sounds like a little more fun! Ej is back on the air again, and it is time to continue interviewing sports athletes, authors, and personalities. After four years of Sports Palooza Radio, we have decided to revamp the show, and bring it you here. This week, Fergie Jenkins takes the time to hang out on the show. Fergie is, of course, an MLB Hall of Famer, and he earned it with multiple 20-win season's in his pitching career. Drafted my the Phillies, Jenkins made a name for himself with the Cubs, and also made quite an impression with the Texas Rangers. Ever wonder what went in to the decision for Fergie to go in the Hall as a Cub or a Ranger? That answer, and plenty more to be heard!
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 59
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts Podcast #59 by taking us through last week’s action in the world of golf. The Travelers Championship went extra holes when Jordan Spieth and Daniel Berger were tied at 12-under par. It appeared that Berger had the upperhand after Spieth hit his approach shot on the first playoff into the greenside bunker, but Spieth did what champions do - he holed his bunker shot to secure the win. His celebration is worth a look. On the other side of the pond at the BMW International, the 837th ranked player in the world, Andres Romero won the tournament. His final round 65 was good enough to hold off rookie Thomas Detry and pre-tournament favorite Sergio Garcia. On the PGA Champions Tour, Fred Couples picked up his first win of the year at the American Insurance Family Championship in Madison, Wisconsin. Burroughs makes his picks for the week as well as helping you set your fantasy team.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast Episode 45
Check out the entire show, here at Soundcloud, and at Get More Sports (.Com).
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 58
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts Podcast #58 by taking us through last week’s thrilling U.S. Open where Brooks Koepka broke through to win his first major championship. The long-hitting Floridian over powered the course and the field to win by four strokes and tie the all-time U.S. Open 72-hole scoring record. Check it out, and get in on Clark's predictions for this weekend.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 57
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts Podcast #57 by taking us through the action at the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide where Jason Dufner won despite a third round 77. Tune in for Burroughs' Predictions for the 117th US Open - Golf Odds courtesy of BETDSI
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Talk N Shoot Podcast Episode 44
Ward vs Kovalev 2 Preview on the TnS Boxing Podcast - The 44th edition of the TalknShoot Boxing Podcast is here and as we enter the month of June the subject focuses on boxing's talent-filled 175 pound weight class.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 56
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts Podcast #56 by talking about the Lake Panorama Panthers and how they fared at the IHSAA Golf Championships. He talks about Tiger Woods and his recent arrest and how it will affect not only Woods, but the whole PGA Tour. Our host takes us through last week’s action at the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational where Kevin Kisner picked up his second PGA Tour win by holding off Jordan Spieth and Jon Rahm with a clutch par save at the final hole to win by one. Great stories and great insight into the world of golf, every week on Golf Undigested. Please email me at golfundigested@gmail.com for any questions about the game of golf.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 55
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts Podcast #55 by taking us through last week’s action from Dallas at the AT&T Byron Nelson where Billy Horschel picked up his fourth PGA Tour win by defeating Jason Day in a sudden death playoff. Lexi Thompson wins for the eighth time on the LPGA Tour at the Kingsmill Championship and Bernhard Langer ties Jack Nicklaus for the most majors on the Champions Tour by winning the Regions Tradition. Burroughs makes his picks for the week as well as helping you set your fantasy team. Our host record stands at 60-41-7 for the year. Burroughs dishes on this week’s action on all the tours across the world. This week the PGA Tour stays in the Lone Star State for the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational. Defending champion, Jordan Spieth is joined by Masters champion Sergio Garcia, fan favorite Phil Mickelson, Paul Casey and Emiliano Grillo in a betting field that includes eight of the top 30 in the world rankings. The European Tour hosts their flagship event at the BMW PGA Championship where the strongest field of the year pegs it up. The PGA Champions Tour heads to Washington, D.C. for the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship and the LPGA Tour travels to Ann Arbor, Michigan for the LPGA Volvik Championship. Burroughs Predictions for the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational PICKS to WIN JASON DUFNER +1800 is the horse for the course this week in Texas. He hasn’t won here, but in nine appearances, he’s got three top 10’s, which include a P2 and a T6. Duff is in a groove making 11 straight cuts, with eight top 25’s. He finished T13 last week at the AT&T Byron Nelson. Jon Rahm +1100 seemingly plays well every time he tees it up, well almost every time - he did shoot 84 in his last round at THE PLAYERS Championship, but it does happen to everyone and it finally did to the young Spaniard. The former ASU Sun Devil gets back on track on a ball-striker’s course and picks up his second career win. Yah, a win! GOLF MATCHUP to BET Kevin Tway -115 vs. Si Woo Kim -115 Kim will be getting all the attention playing for the first time since his epic win at THE PLAYERS Championship. He will be answering questions about his win, about his back issue that forced him to withdraw from last week’s AT&T Byron Nelson and will be in a place he’s not accustomed to being in, especially at 21-years old. Who has played better than Tway over the past month or so? Not many! The former Oklahoma State Cowboy and son on major winner Bob Tway, has finally started playing the type of golf we thought he might after he turned pro. In his last five starts, he’s really come into his own - T32 - T3 - 3 - T5 - T20. That’s pretty solid golf. TWAY all DAY! Burroughs wraps up No. 55 by talking about high school golf and the Iowa State High School Championship where the Lake Panorama Panthers look to defend their title in the 2A division. TV Coverage for DEAN and DELUCA Invitational: Thursday-Friday, 4-7 p.m. ET - Golf Channel. Saturday-Sunday, 1-2:30 p.m. Golf Channel, 3-6 p.m. - CBS. Great stories and great insight into the world of golf, every week on Golf Undigested. Please email me at golfundigested@gmail.com for any questions about the game of golf. Get the latest line moves as well as sleeper picks, right here on the 55th edition of the Get More Sports original golf podcast, Golf Undigested. Enjoy your week. Keep your head down, Hit em’ straight and Take it Deeeeeep!
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Golf Undigested Episode 54
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts Podcast #54 by taking us through last week’s action at THE PLAYERS Championship where Si Woo Kim came out of nowhere to steal the show. The 21-year old South Korean phenom trailed third round leader J.B. Holmes by three strokes entering the final round. Kim was flawless on Sunday, firing a bogey-free 69 to win by three and earn his second PGA Tour win. In the process, Kim became just the third player to have two wins before turning 22 years old - the other two are - Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy. Burroughs makes his picks for the week as well as helping you set your fantasy team. Our host record stands at 59-38-7 for the year. Burroughs dishes on this week’s action on all the tours across the world. This week the PGA Tour returns to the Lone Star State for the AT&T Byron Nelson. Defending champion, Sergio Garcia is joined by World No. 1 Dustin Johnson, Jason Day and Jordan Spieth as the headliners. Across the pond on the European Tour, The Rocco Forte Open makes its inaugural start on the schedule. The LPGA heads to Williamsburg, Virginia for the Kingsmill Championship and the Champions PGA Tour has their first major of the year in Birmingham, Alabama at the Regions Tradition. Burroughs Predictions for the AT&T Byron Nelson included!
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Podcast 53 - The PLAYERS
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts Podcast #53 by taking us through last week’s action on all tour’s. The PGA Tour made a rare visit to Wilmington, North Carolina at the Wells Fargo Championship where Brian Harman nailed a 30-foot putt on the last hole to deny Dustin Johnson his fourth consecutive win. It was Harman’s second career win on the PGA Tour. Picks and Predictions follow suit, so check it out!
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 43
Canelo vs JCC Jr Wrap Up and More - This past Saturday night boxing fans were supposed to get a "war" between Saul "Canelo" Alvarez and Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. Unfortunately for the fans that shelled out nearly $100 per pay-per-view, the fight did not resemble a war at all but rather a glorified sparring session between a couple of guys about to split a couple of million bucks. Alvarez was in charge from the start of the fight as it became evident that Chavez Jr was not a threat. The fight was set at a catch weight of 164.5 pounds and Chavez Jr certainly appeared to show the effects of the weight cut. Chavez Jr was the taller, longer man but he could not use that to his advantage because he was also slower and weaker. Miguel discusses that and much more this week, so tune in as usual!
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 52
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Get the latest line moves as well as sleeper picks, right here on the 52nd edition of the Get More Sports original golf podcast, Golf Undigested. Enjoy your week. Keep your head down, Hit em’ straight and Take it Deeeeeep!
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 42
Heavyweight Boxing Spotlight TnS Boxing Podcast #42 - The heavyweight division in boxing continues to gather momentum and this weekend sees the biggest heavyweight title fight in at least a decade, as Anthony Joshua (18-0) faces Wladimir Klitschko (64-4) in London's Wembley Stadium. Joshua holds the IBF belt, which is at stake, and the WBA's "Super World" title is also at stake between the two men when they meet. But the truth is, there is a lot more at stake for both men than just a pair of alphabet soup belts. The legacy of both men will forever be changed on Saturday night. Here that and more this week on the Talk N Shoot Pod!
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 51
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts Podcast #51 by taking us through last week’s exciting Valero Texas Open that came right down to the wire before Kevin Chappell earned his first win on the PGA Tour. Chappell had a one-shot overnight lead heading to Sunday and kept his poise in tricky conditions to edge surging Brooks Koepka by one.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 50
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts Podcast #50 by taking us through last week’s <a href="http://www.cbssports.com/golf/video/wesley-bryan-wins-2017-rbc-heritage/" target="_blank">RBC Heritage</a> that came right down to the wire. Rookie Wesley Bryan maintained his poise to win his first PGA Tour title. Bryan went from YouTube trick shot specialist to PGA Tour champion in less than two years. Amazing!
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 41
Boxing Light Heavyweight Wrap Up - HBO recently announced that June 17th would see a re-match between Andre Ward and Sergey Kovalev for the WBA, IBF and WBO world titles at 175 pounds. The two first met last November 19th on HBO pay-per-view and what ensued was a closely fought, technical contest that the judges saw for Ward via unanimous scores of 114-113. Many observers felt Kovalev did enough to retain the belts he was defending and the re-match was talked about almost instantly.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 49
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts Podcast #49 by taking us through last week’s exciting Masters Tournament that once again did not disappoint. Sergio Garcia and Justin Rose put on a ball striking seminar as both dueled each other shot for shot down the final stretch to end up tied at 9-under par. Garcia, who had only two top 10’s in 18 Masters appearances, finally got the monkey off his back and birdied the first playoff hole to claim the title. The 37-year old Spaniard was known for being the best player in the world without a major, but not anymore. Garcia has a new Green Jacket to put in his closet. Burroughs makes his picks for the week as well as helping you set your fantasy team. Our host record stands at 43-25-6 for the year. Burroughs dishes on this week’s action on all the tours across the world.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 48
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts Podcast #48 by taking us through last week’s action in the world of golf and talking about the unusual 4-stroke penalty that cost Lexi Thompson from winning the ANA Inspiration. The penalty came a day later and during play during the final round. Russell Henley won the Shell Houston Open to punch his ticket to this week’s Masters. Rickie Fowler finished T3 and Justin Rose T5 as they prepared for this week’s first major. Last week on the Champions Tour, Miguel Angel Jimenez beat Gene Sauers in a playoff to win the Mississippi Gulf Coast event. Burroughs makes his picks for the week as well as helping you set your fantasy team. Our host record stands at 35-20-6 for the year. Burroughs dishes on this week’s action on all the tours across the world.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast = Episode 40
How about a nice, long Boxing PPV Discussion - TnS Boxing Podcast #40 - The 2017 boxing calendar continues to churn along and several big fights have already been produced. The Carl Frampton versus Leo Santa Cruz rematch, the Badou Jack versus James DeGale super middleweight title unification bout and last week's Gennady Golovkin versus Daniel Jacobs are some of the significant title fights so far this year. The way things are shaping up, some of the matches are airing on cable channels without additional costs while cable giant HBO continues to put their "big" fights on pay-per-view. Their roster includes the likes of Golovkin and his sidekick Roman Gonzalez, up until recently the #1 pound for pound fighter in the world as well as Mexican superstar Saul "Canelo" Alvarez and other top names. Alvarez has a May 6th pay-per-view date with fellow countryman and rival Julio Cesar Chavez Jr that HBO will package on pay-per-view for "Cinco de Mayo."
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 47
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts Podcast #47 by taking us through last week’s action in the world of golf. Australian Marc Leishman eagled the par-5, 16th to vault to 11-under par, saved par on his final two holes to come from behind and nip Charley Hoffman and Kevin Kisner by a stroke to win the 2017 Arnold Palmer Invitational. Last week on the Champions Tour, Tom Lehman spoiled Steve Stricker’s debut as he erased a three stroke deficit to win the Tucson Conquistadores Classic. On the LPGA Tour, Anna Nordqvist fired a second round course record 61 and never looked back to pick up her seventh win on the Tour. Burroughs makes his picks for the week as well as helping you set your fantasy team. Our host went 2-4-1 record and stands 35-20-6 on the year. Burroughs dishes on this week’s action on all the tours across the world. The PGA Tour has two tournaments this week. The elite players head to Texas for the WGC - Dell Technologies Match Play where Jason Day defends. The secondary tournament is in Puerto Rico where Graeme McDowell is the betting favorite. Both the Champions Tour and the European Tour are OFF until after the Masters. The LPGA Tour stays out west in Carlsbad, California for the Kia Classic as the women get their games ready for next week’s first major of the year, the ANA Inspiration in Palm Springs, California. Burroughs Predictions for the Arnold Palmer Invitational - Bay Hill Lodge and Club CHALK Rory McIlroy +650 is playing great golf, but has yet to win a tournament so far this year. Since coming back from his injury he’s finished T7 and T4 in his only two starts. He’s close, real close to winning and winning multiple times. McIlroy thrives in match play and has been to three semi-finals in the last five years, winning in 2015 and losing last year to eventual champion Jason Day. He is the man to beat this week! FADES After his strong play at the Ryder Cup, Brooks Koepka +3500 appeared to be well on his way to being an elite player. Then Nike decided to quit making golf equipment forcing the former Florida State star to switch companies and now he can’t find his ball. Missed cuts and high numbers have everyone wondering what’s going on with his game. Until I see a few low scores, FADE Koepka. TV Coverage: Wednesday-Friday, 2-8 p.m. ET - Golf Channel. Saturday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. - Golf Channel, 2-6 p.m. - NBC. Sunday, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. - Golf Channel, 3-7 p.m. - NBC. Our host wraps up Podcast #47 by talking about the use of alignment sticks and how they can help your game. Great stories and great insight into the world of golf, every week on Golf Undigested. Please email me at golfundigested@gmail.com for any questions about the game of golf. Get the latest line moves as well as sleeper picks, right here on the 47th edition of the Get More Sports original golf podcast, Golf Undigested. Winner, winner, chicken parm dinner! Enjoy your week. Keep your head down and Hit em’ straight.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 46
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts Podcast #46 by taking us through last week’s action in the world of golf. Canadian Adam Hadwin finally got the monkey off his back and won the Valspar Championship by a stroke over Patrick Cantlay. The two players were tied heading to the final hole, but Cantlay’s errant approach shot and botched bunker play, paved the way for Hadwin, as he calmly two-putted from 20-feet for par to win his first career title on the PGA Tour.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 39
Triple G Preview and More - TnS Boxing Podcast #39 - This coming Saturday, March 18th sees boxing return to Madison Square Garden as HBO pay-per-view presents Gennady Golovkin versus Daniel Jacobs. Golovkin is 36-0 and he currently holds a bevy of world titles at 160 pounds. One title that has escaped him is the WBA's World title currently in the hands of Jacobs, who brings a strong 32-1 career record to the table along with the belt. Golovkin is known for his knock outs, having scored 33 stoppages in his 36 fights but his KO percentage is closely mirrored by Jacobs, who has 29 stoppages in his 33 career fights. Toss in the fact that Jacobs is a little bit taller, a little bit longer and a little bit younger and you have to ask yourself "so we have a live underdog here?"
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Golf Undigsted Podcast - Episode 45
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts Podcast #45 by taking us through last week’s action in the world of golf. Dustin Johnson proves why he is the No. 1 ranked player on the planet by making it two wins in-a-row at the WGC - Mexico Championship. It was Johnson’s 14th win on the PGA Tour and fifth WGC title. Last week on the European Tour, Dean Burmester over-powered the field and won his first European Tour title at the Tshwane Open in South Africa. The LPGA Tour was in Singapore for the HSBC Champions. Inbee Park set a course record during the final round to complete the comeback victory. It was only Park’s second event since last year’s Olympics. Burroughs makes his picks for the week as well as helping you set your fantasy team. Our host had his first losing week with a 3-3-0 record and stands 29-14-5 on the year. Burroughs dishes on this week’s action on all the tours across the world.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 38
Rating Deontay Wilder TnS Boxing Podcast #38 - This past Saturday night in Birmingham, Alabama WBC world heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder returned to action as he faced Gerald Washington in the main event of a Premier Boxing Champions fight card that aired on CBS. The CBS platform means that nearly 2 million viewers saw the fight where Wilder started slow before connecting on the punch that ended the fight in round five. Many are criticizing his performance, especially the frantic ending of the fight that saw Wilder throwing punches like a swimmer, but it was Wilder's first fight back since rehabilitating multiple injuries to his right arm and at the end of the day, he got the job done. After the fight, Wilder stated he would be watching April's WBO world title fight between champion Joseph Parker and England's undefeated Hughie Fury and that he would target the winner for a title unification bout. One heavyweight who came out of Saturday's event with his reputation on the mend is 18-1 Dominic Breazeale who scored a 5th round KO over Izuagbe Ugonoh in a hard fought slug fest that can only be called a crowd pleaser. For Wilder, the most lucrative fight of all will be with Anthony Joshua, who owns the IBF version of the world heavyweight title and has become the sport's biggest draw. Joshua has the biggest fight of his life coming up next when he faces Wladimir Klitschko at London's Wembley Stadium. Klitschko held the majority of the unified world titles for nearly a decade before he lost to Tyson Fury at the end of 2015. Klitschko is now 40 and he has not been in the ring for more than a year but he deserves credit and respect for taking this fight. The first weekend of march sees London hosting the heavyweight showdown between David Haye and Tony Bellew. This is a bit of a grudge match as the two have engaged in a war of words since before the fight was signed. In the ring however, many are dismissing the fight and all it's possibilities as Haye is considered to be a top 10 heavyweight despite five years of inactivity while Bellew is seen more as a cruiserweight champion who is moving up for a fight he has little chance in. Recently crowned WBO champ Parker is defending his belt at home in New Zealand against Hughie Fury, the cousin of Klitschko vanquisher Tyson Fury. Many insiders will tell you that Hughie is the more grounded and more talented of the two cousins but we haven't seen him in close to a year. Parker looks like he will play "hometown hero" again for this one as the fight is slated for his home country of New Zealand.
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Golf Undigested - Episode 44
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts Podcast #44 by taking us through last week’s action in the world of golf. Rickie Fowler is back in the spotlight at the Honda Classic and comes up big, notching his fourth career title. Clutch putting and positive thinking paved the way for the former Oklahoma State star. Last week on the European Tour, Darren Fichardt won his sixth tournament of his career by making birdie on the last hole to claim the rain-shortened Joburg Open. The LPGA Tour was in Thailand and Amy Yang won for the second time in the last three years and in doing so, set a tournament record of 22-under par. Burroughs makes his picks for the week as well as helping you set your fantasy team. Our host had his first losing week with a 2-3-1 record and stands 26-11-5 on the year. Burroughs dishes on this week’s action on all the tours across the world. Mexico hosts its first ever World Golf Championship at the Club de Golf Chapultepec just outside Mexico City. All the elite players are on hand, a list that includes 49 of the top 50 in the Official World Rankings The European Tour stays in South Africa for the second consecutive week and fourth overall at the Tshwane Open. LPGA and champions Tour are off this week. Check out Clark's predictions for the weekend at Get More Sports!
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 37
February 8th of 1888 saw the birth of Adolphus "Ad" Wolgast in Cadillac, Michigan. On President's Day, February 22nd of 1910, Wolgast became the lightweight champion of the world when he defeated Battling Nelson in Colma, California in a fight that lasted into the 40th round before the referee stopped the fight. The fact is that Oscar "Battling" Nelson was a big deal in 1910. He had been the world lightweight champion for several years by virtue of his even more famous encounter with Joe Gans, a black world champion who was revered as the "old master." Nelson became a sports media star as his exploits were covered in the newspapers from ocean to ocean. Nelson. who was from Denmark and went by the name of the "Durable Dane" had a bit of an education and he penned his own newspaper columns and even an autobiography. What he didn't seem to realize is that his rise in celebrity gave him a target on his back and the "Michigan Wildcat" Ad Wolgast was one man who was coming for him. In July of 1909 the pair would meet in a non-title bout that meets every cliche - Wolgast, the younger, hungrier fighter took it very seriously and made a good showing while Nelson appears to have underestimated his opponent. Nelson insisted on the length of the fight, insisting that his famed durability would carry the day. Little did he know that Wolgast was a fighter cut from the same cloth. That first bout built up animosity for the second bout and by the time the two men met in the ring on February 22nd, 1910 the two really did not like each other. What they did that day transcends the annals of combat sports history because as the two men toiled for more than two hours they were reaching the limits of human endurance. There is nothing like a fight of 40 rounds in the sport of boxing today nor has there been for more than 100 years. a true look at both Wolgast and Nelson reveals that both men suffered the ravages of the wars they fought in their latter years, with Wolgast's end particularly tragic.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 43
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts Podcast #43 by discussing Dustin Johnson’s win and rise to No. 1 player in the world. After some close calls, Johnson won for the first time in LA and 13th time in his career as he cruised to the win and by doing so, becomes the No. 1 ranked player in the world. Last week on the European Tour, Brett Rumford went wire-to-wire in a most unusual way winning both the stroke play format and wild and wacky match play portion of the ISPS HANDA World Super 6 in Perth, Australia. The PGA Champions Tour was back in action in Florida for the Chubb Classic that saw Fred Couples secure the win with some great ball-striking the final round in tricky conditions to win by three strokes over Miguel Angel Jimenez. It was Couples 12th Champions Tour title. Burroughs makes his picks for the week as well as helping you set your fantasy team. Our host churns out another 4 for 5 week in predictions and stands 24-8-4 on the year. Burroughs dishes on this week’s action on all the tours across the world. The European Tour is back in South Africa for the third time this year at the Joburg Open. LPGA and the ladies are off to Thailand for the Honda LPGA and the PGA Tour starts the Florida Swing at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens where Adam Scott defends. The PGA Champions Tour is off this week. Burroughs Predictions for The HONDA CLASSIC? Tune in to find out!
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 42
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts Podcast #42 by discussing the last two week’s of action in the world of golf. Hideki Matsuyama made it two in-a-row at the Waste Management Phoenix Open by beating Webb Simpson in a playoff. It was the Japanese stars third win of the year. In Europe, Sergio Garcia won for the 11th time on the European Tour by going wire-to-wire at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic. Last week on the European Tour, Fabrizio Zanotti fired a final round 63 to nip American David Lipsky by a stroke to claim his second title. On the PGA Tour, Jordan Spieth showed remarkable ball-striking to win by four strokes at the AT&T Pebble beach Pro-Am. It was Spieths ninth career win. The PGA Champions Tour was back in action in Boca Raton, Florida for the Allianz Championship that saw Scott McCarron eagle the last hole and win for the second time in little over a year. Burroughs makes his picks for the week as well as helping you set your fantasy team. His picks are 19-7-4 on the year. Our host discusses this week’s action on all the tours across the world. The European Tour is off to Perth Australia for the ISPS HANDA World Super 6. The PGA Tour wraps up the West Coast Swing and heads to Los Angeles for the 2017 Genesis Open and the LPGA Tour travels to Australia for the ISPS HANDA Women’s Championship. The PGA Champions goes to Naples, Florida for the Chubb Classic.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 36
Boxing 2017 Talk With Frank Lotierzo - TnS #36 - This latest TalknShoot Boxing Podcast sees host Miguel Iturrate joined by veteran boxing analyst Frank Lotierzo, who brings more than 30 years of experience to the table. The talk centers around the fight calendar for January 28th as both Showtime and HBO broadcast eye catching boxing events. Showtime Boxing aired the much talked about rematch between Carl Frampton and Leo Santa Cruz as the main event of a card that also saw Mikey Garcia win the WBC's lightweight world title from Dejan Zlaticanin. Frampton and Santa Cruz met for the first time in July of 2016 and Frampton won a majority decision to remain undefeated and win the WBA featherweight title. This past January 28th Santa Cruz evened the score, winning a majority decision over Frampton to even the series and set up a potentially very lucrative third bout between the two men.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 41
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts Podcast #41 by discussing last week’s action in the world of golf. Jon Rahm picked up his first career win by coming from 3-shots back starting the final round to secure the win. The 22-year old shot 30 on the final nine that included two eagles to win by three shots. Elsewhere, Jeung-hun Wang survived in a sudden death playoff to defeat Jaco Van Zyl and Peter Lagergren to earn his third career European Tour victory. Wang is another youngster, just 21-years old. The LPGA rolled into action at the Pure Silk Bahamas Tournament and Brittany Lincicome beat fellow American Lexi Thompson in a sudden death playoff to pick up the win. Burroughs talks about last week’s golf picks which were 4-2, making the year-to- date picks 16-5- 3. Our host discusses this week’s action on all the tours across the world. The European Tour finishes up its three week swing in the Middle East. The PGA Tour continues on the West Coast and travels to Scottsdale, Arizona for the 2017 Waste Management Phoenix Open.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 35
Boxing 2017 First Half Preview - TnS Podcast #35 - The boxing calendar for 2017 has a lot of big fights already on the program, and this latest TalknShoot Boxing podcast takes a look at some of the matches already in the books. This weekend in Las Vegas the WBA featherweight world title fight between England's titleholder Carl Frampton and the former champion Leo Santa Cruz. Frampton won the title from Santa Cruz last July 30th on Showtime, and the rematch has been in the works ever since. The odds makers are picking Frampton to do it again and pull off the victory, but there is also a lot of talk about a potential "trilogy" in the making between the pair.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 40
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts Podcast #40 by discussing the new rules that will go into effect in 2019. New time limit on lost balls, a new way to drop the ball, players will be able to fix spike marks and no more yellow stacks, only red. He recaps last week’s action where Hudson Swafford picked up his first win on the PGA tour at the CareerBuilder Challenge. In Europe Tommy Fleetwood picked up his second career win at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship and Bernhard Langer notches his 30th win on the Champions Tour in a wind-shortened 36-hole final at the Mitsubishi Electric Championship in Hawaii. Burroughs talks about last week’s golf picks which were 3-1, making the year-to- date picks 12-3- 3. Our host discusses this week’s action on all the tours across the world. The LPGA gets underway in the Bahamas. The European Tour stays in the Middle East at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters and the PGA Tour heads stays in California for the Farmers Insurance Championship where Tiger Woods makes his return to golf after a 17-month layoff. Burroughs Picks: Brendan Steele +5050 is off to a quick start this year. He’s fourth in the FedEx Cup rankings and has climbed all the way to No. 56 in the Official World Rankings with his recent stellar play. His last five starts go like this; 1st - T26 - T31 - T6 - T6. Back-to- back top tens in his last two starts have me all over Steele at +5050. Special Tiger Woods Prop Bet Will Tiger Woods make the cut? Find out and tune in!
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 39
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts Podcast #39 by discussing last week’s action where Justin Thomas won for the second week in a row by shooting a record 59 in the first round and blitzed the field. Thomas also set the 36-hole record, the 54-hole record and his total score of 253 was also a record. On the other side of the pond on the European Tour, Graeme Storm beat Rory McIlroy in a sudden death three-hole playoff. It was the second win for the 39-year old in his career. Burroughs talks about last week’s golf picks which were 5-1- 1, making the year-to- date picks 9-2- 3. Our host discusses this week’s action on all the tours across the world. The Champions Tour gets underway in Hawaii. The European Tour starts the “desert swing” at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship and the PGA Tour heads back to the mainland to La Quinta, California for the CareerBuilder Challenge.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast ~ Episode 34
This week we discuss the state of Women's Boxing in 2017. Welcome to the Talk N Shoot Boxing Podcast Episode #34. The first major women's boxing match of 2017 goes down this coming Saturday, January 14th as Brooklyn's own Amanda Serrano faces Mexico's Yazmin Rivas with her WBO super bantamweight women's world title on the line. The fight is one of the feature bouts on a major boxing card promoted by Floyd Mayweather Jr and Lou DiBella at Brooklyn's Barclays Center this Saturday, January 14th. 2016 was a standout year for Serrano (30-1-1), who went 4-0 and captured world titles in two different weight classes. For this fight, she faces the experienced Rivas (35-9-1), who has held world titles in two different weight classes herself. The card features two men's world title fights as super middleweights James DeGale and Badou Jack clash in what is being labelled a title unification bout and super featherweight world champion Jose Pedraza defends his title against the challenge of 22 year old Gervonta Davis. The two men's bouts are sure to appear on the Showtime broadcast (check you local listings for start times), but it is not clear whether Serrano vs Rivas will be aired.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 38
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts Podcast #38 by discussing the announcement of Jim Furyk as the next Ryder Cup captain. Our host talks about the unusual Sunday-Wednesday start and finish on the Web.com Tour and recaps last week’s SBS Tournament of Champions where Justin Thomas out-dueled Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama to win his third career PGA Tour title. Burroughs talks about last week’s golf picks which were 4-1- 2 and gives his take on this week’s Sony Open in Hawaii where Fabian Gomez is set to defend. The first event on the European Tour, the BMW South Africa Open, gets underway where Rory McIlroy makes his 2017 debut. Burroughs gives his predictions for this week’s Sony Open in Hawaii and BMW SA Open. Our host loves Zach Johnson +6500 and Harold Varner III +9500. Both players have the type of game to be news makers this week in Honolulu.
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Golf Undigested - Episode 37
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts Podcast #37 by discussing the first tournament of the new year, the SBS Tournament of Champions where Jordan Spieth is the defending champion. The Plantation Course at Kapalua is the venue and the field consists of only winners from last year. Others scheduled to compete include Dustin Johnson, Jason Day, Patrick Reed and red hot Hideki Matsuyama. Burroughs gives his predictions for this week’s SBS Tournament of Champions and helps you set your fantasy team. Our host thinks Jimmy Walker +2850 offers gamers the best VALUE on the board.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 33
Matchroom vs Top Rank TnS Boxing Podcast #33 -As we enter the calendar year 2017, Talk'n'Shoot issues it's 33rd edition of the TnS Boxing Podcast and we are once again joined by veteran journalist Frank Lotierzo of The Sweet Science to take a look at boxing's biggest international players. For this in-depth discussion, we take a "Matchroom vs Top Rank" approach to the conversation, comparing the two rosters, their approaches and their front men, the inimitable Eddie Hearn and the irrepressible Bob Arum.
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Podcast 36
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts Podcast #36 by discussing the new rule change that the USGA and R&amp;A will put into effect January 1, 2017. Basically, it should be called the “Dustin Johnson Rule” after the USGA botched last year’s U.S. Open that could have cost Johnson the title.The new “Local Rule” will help the players and speed the game up. Burroughs talks about the progress of Tiger Woods and his recent play at the Hero World Challenge, and makes predictions for next year’s Masters. Golf Undigested Golf Rankings - Volume 1 1. Dustin Johnson - the most Athletic golfer of his generation. He adds another major this year. 2. Hideki Matsuyama - Finally figuring out how good he can be, still only 24 and a major win on the horizon. 3. Rory McIlroy - Always a contender anytime he tees it up, however, I don’t think he wins a major this year. 4. Jordan Spieth - The Texan is going to have a monster year and return to the No. 1 player in the world. 5. Patrick Reed - Brass Balls! He needs to win more and use his Ryder Cup domination in a positive, but not cocky way. 6. Henrik Stenson - The best ball-striker in the world! His putting hold him back. 7. Adam Scott - Second best ball-striker on the planet. He can dominate for multiple weeks when he gets hot. 8. Alex Noren - Former Oklahoma State product, the Swede won four times on the European Tour last year. 9. Sergio Garcia - He’s always in the mix because he’s solid as a rock in all phases of the game. 10. Jason Day - I have the No. 1 player in the world as my No. 10. He’s always hurt or sick and his back is a real concern heading forward. Just Misses! Brooks Koepka - Hits it a mile and his recent success at the Ryder Cup will go a long ways. Big Year! Rickie Fowler - Always in the mix, but needs to win more to be truly elite. Look Out! Tiger Woods - still ranked in the 600’s, I’m curious to see how far he climbs by the end of the season Jon Rahm - He already is ranked No. 137. He will win this year and spring into the top 50. Our host wraps up Podcast #36 by making a few bold predictions for the upcoming year and talks about golf in Costa Rica with two special guests, Juan Marin, the assistant pro at Cariari Country Club and collegiate player, Jose Mendez who plays college golf at the University of Minnesota. Great stories and great insight into the world of golf, every week on Golf Undigested. Get the latest line moves as well as sleeper picks, right here on the 36th edition of the Get More Sports original golf podcast, Golf Undigested. Winner, winner, chicken parm dinner! Enjoy your week. Keep your head down and Hit em’ straight.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 32
Bernard Hopkins Tribute - This past December 17th at the Forum in Inglewood, California a legend took his last step into a prize fighting ring as 51 year old Bernard Hopkins faced Joe Smith Jr in the main event of HBO Boxing's end of the year offering. Hopkins is certainly heading to the hall of fame, but he likely did not picture his career ending the way it did this past Saturday. Smith Jr, a man 24 years younger came out and showed Hopkins respect in the early going, even ceding a few rounds to the "Executioner." In the eighth round however, Smith Jr trapped Hopkins along the ropes and unloaded with a flurry that sent Hopkins down and out of the ring and into boxing history. Interestingly, Hopkins also started off his career with a loss in 1988 and after that it was 18 months before he even returned to the ring. This bookend loss last Saturday came after a 25 month layoff and sadly, it was clear that despite Hopkin's defiance throughout the years father time had finally caught up to him. That and more on this week's edition of the Talk-N-Shoot Podcast.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast -Episode 31
2016 Heavyweight Closer - This past weekend saw heavyweight boxing take center stage as two world title fights were contested. England saw IBF world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua make short work of American Eric Molina in the headline fight of Eddie Hearn's big boxing card at the Manchester Arena. Joshua moved to 18-0 with an easy third round TKO of Molina who was hapless and prone on the ropes when the referee stepped in to save him. Molina had a reputation as a crafty veteran who had gone 9 decent rounds with WBC champion Deontay Wilder last year, but he was able to do absolutely nothing with Joshua in a performance that can only be labelled embarrassing. Joshua was joined by Wladimir Klitschko in the post fight celebrations and Joshua versus Klitschko was announced for April 29 of next year.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 30
Heavyweight December - The December boxing calendar is filled with heavyweight action, and in this latest Talk'n'Shoot Podcast we look at all the fights set for December in boxing's glamour division. The big show comes on December 10th in Manchester as IBF world champion Anthony Joshua (17-0) defends his title against Eric Molina (25-3). The bout will be the second title defense for Joshua. The 27 year old won the belt last April with a second round stoppage of Charles Martin, and he defended the belt in June with a seventh round stoppage of Dominic Breazeale. Joshua and promoter Eddie Hearn made a serious attempt at luring former champion Wladimir Klitschko to London for this December fight, but big Wlad is sidelined with an injury. The choice of Molina was not met with a lot of support, but it will give Joshua a common opponent with WBC world champion Deontay Wilder, and Wilder is certainly on Joshua's list of potential 2017 opponents.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 29
Kovalev vs Ward Post Fight - This past weekend's ligt heavyweight showdown between Andre Ward and Sergey Kovalev lived up to expectations in my book. The two fought a tense, measured battle for 12 rounds, and neither man was unscathed at the end. Kovalev struck early, sending Ward to the canvas in round two with an efficient counter to the face. Ward stayed with it and followed his game plan, which involved roughing up Kovalev on the inside. The decision went Ward's way in the end, but most observers felt that the champion Kovalev had done enough to retain the belts that were in play. [related_post_one] A good portion of episode 29 is dedicated to talking about judging. The under card bout between Maurice Hooker and Darleys Perez was judged a split draw a one of the judges actually had Hooker winning the fight 97-93. This was one of the most blatant recent cases of where a judge just flat out gets it wrong. And the commissions not only do nothing about it, they continue to make up rules like preventing judges from using a 10-10 score for even rounds to forcing 10-8 rounds for a round with a knock down. This type of rule makes it easier to judge, especially if you don't actually know what your judging. In Ward's case, the judges all returned identical 114-113 scores and the fight certainly was a close fight but people are questioning what the judges saw. Maybe it is the entire system of commissions and choosing judges that needs to be looked at. &nbsp; <h2>Kovalev vs Ward Post Fight</h2> The Podcast also goes back to a familiar subject, and that is boxing's heavyweight division. The heavyweights will be front and center in December, with a pair of world title fights on the books as well as several other contenders competing. Though the line-up doesn't include any earth shattering match-up, there is a lot of jockeying for position that is going to go on. December 10th sees IBF world champion Anthony Joshua return to action to face Eric Molina. Big Luis Ortiz, coming off a lackluster showing in Monaco, returns on a month's notice to face David Allen, and Dillian Whyte will be facing Dereck Chisora.
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NCAA Football Throwdown Podcast - Episode 10
The NCAA Football Throwdown Podcast is back for another weekend of action. Your hosts Ej the Rainmaker and Erik the Hun bring you the 10th edition of the Throwdown Show, and there is much to discuss around the landscape of college football this weekend. We start with the two Friday games taking place, as Cincinnati and Memphis get the night started. UNLV and Boise State play the late game on the blue turf, and we offer plays for both games. Our Saturday discussion starts with the game at Folsom Field, as Washington State takes on Colorado in a huge Pac-12 encounter for both teams. The line has fluctuated during the week, and it moved as high as -5.5 for the home team as we took the air. Think dog maybe? The SEC has a big clash taking place at Tiger Stadium, as LSU welcomes Florida to Louisiana as 15-point favorites. We break down this big match, and our hosts have opposite plays to offer. Kansas State heads to Baylor in another big game that holds weight in the Big-12, as Baylor continues to try to salvage their season. A three-game losing streak has seen the Bears fall to 6 - 3, and the loss of starting quarterback Seth Russell doesn't help matters much. Oklahoma goes to Morgantown to take on West Virginia, as both team battle to represent the division in the Big-12 title game. Ej suggests a nice home dog here, as Erik looks towards the total. San Diego State and Wyoming face off in Laramie, with this too being a big game in the conference for supremacy in the Mountain West. Wyoming played UNLV to a 69 - 66 game last weekend after the madness of overtimes, so what do you think made the board in this contest? The Honorable mentions and the big dogs of the weekend round out the show as usual. So sit back and enjoy the previews of all the big games being played this Saturday, and we hope you enjoyed another College Football Throwdown!!
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 28
Kovalev vs Ward Prefight - There are few fights in the last several years that have received more build-up than this Saturday's Sergey Kovalev vs Andre Ward light heavyweight title fight on HBO pay-per-view. HBO signed Ward to a three fight contract in October of last year, and since then the plan has always been to have Ward meet Kovalev for the third and final fight. Ward has been plagued by inactivity the past five years, but he closed out the 168 pound super middleweight division and this fight sees Ward try to establish himself in the next weight class up. The first two fights of Ward's HBO contract were used to give Ward a pair of fights to acclimate to the new division. Ward fought Cuba's undefeated Sullivan Barrera and Colombia's once beaten Alexander Brand, winning both fights comfortably by decision. Comfortably, but not in electrifying fashion. For his part, Kovalev also fought two bouts to stay busy as he took out Jean Pascal for a second time and then went on to decision Isaac Chilemba in a fight that saw Kovalev return to Russia for a fight for the first time since December of 2011. Both fighters got the job done, and HBO allowed it to happen. All year long the fight has been simmering. Bob Arum and Top Rank were ready to pull out all the stops for their November 5th Manny Pacquiao PPV against Jessie Vargas and they eventually did. They had to run with the PPV without HBO aboard, as cable executives elected to not clutter the calendar with another PPV date in November. Arum distributed the PPV without HBO, and the word is that the buys are right around 300k for Pacquiao vs Vargas.
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GMS College Football Throwdown Podcast - Episode 9
The NCAA Football Throwdown Podcast is out once again. We are up to Episode 9 of the season, and Ej the Rainmaker and Erik the Hun bring you all you need to know about the games surrounding week 11 of the College Football Season. Three big games that kick off at high-noon on the east coast start off the broadcast. We start with the Baylor vs Oklahoma game at Memorial Stadium, where the Sooners appear as 18 point favorites in a big Big12 showdown. Baylor's Shock Linwood made national news after punching one of the coaches, which landed him a suspension for the big meeting in Norman on Saturday. Our hosts then turn their attention to another showdown at Memorial Stadium, except this one comes in Texas. The Horns host West Virginia in another huge Big XII clash that holds some weight for both squads. Texas is looking for their sixth win which holds bowl eligibility, and West Virginia has only tasted defeat once all season, coming in at 7 - 1. The total makes the board for both of our hosts in this contest. Another Memorial Stadium makes a mention on the show, and this one comes in Indiana. The Hoosiers face Penn State at Indiana's Memorial Stadium, where Penn State comes in as 7.5 road favorites. LSU heads to Razorback Stadium in an SEC clash that where a low-scoring battle is expected. Let's see if we have a 'not so fast' moment when it comes to this contest. Tulsa and Navy make our discussion list as well, as we expect more points than the scoreboard can hold in this game. The honorable mentions and dogs of the week bring us to the end of the show as usual, so sit back, enjoy an ice cold Dr. Pepper while you enjoy your college football weekend. May the bets, be with you! Make it Rain! Take it Down!
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 27
Pacquiao vs Vargas Wrap Up - The end result of last Saturday's Manny Pacquiao vs Jessie Vargas Top Rank Boxing pay-per-view card is basically "Manny's back." Pacquiao won a comfortable unanimous decision over Vargas to take the WBO's World welterweight title and add it to his considerable resume. At 37 years old, Pacquiao looked quick and he was able to send Vargas to the canvas early in the fight. But it was a good performance, not a great one. Vargas was clearly in trouble with Pacquiao's speed, which at 37 still remains impressive. The problem with that is that Vargas was never a fighter who was known as fast. But the guys in the weight neighborhood that do have elite speed have to notice that Pacquiao is starting to age. It also bares noticing that it is now going on seven years since the last time Pacquiao won via stoppage.
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GMS NCAA Football Throwdown Podcast - Episode 8
This week on the Get More Sports Throwdown Podcast, your co-hosts Ej the Rainmaker and Erik the Hun get you set for another big weekend around the landscape of college football. We discuss the big games of the weekend, and offer a bundle of plays to take advantage of for the bettors out there.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 35
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! On Podcast #35, Burroughs issues Golf Undigested’s first Golf Rankings. Our host has World No. 1 Jason Day all the way to the eighth spot. Dustin Johnson and Rory McIlroy are at the top of our hosts list. Other surprises on the list include Paul Casey at No. 9, Brooks Koepka at No. 10, Phil Mickelson at No. 11 and young Englishman Tyrrell Hatton rounding out Burroughs’ list at No. 15. Surprisingly, Bubba Watson, Master champion Danny Willett and Rickie Fowler do not make the list. GREEN LIGHTS for next week’s OHL CLASSIC at MAYAKOBA - PGA Tour - JASON BOHN +5000 plays well in these type events. He goes unnoticed most weeks on the PGA Tour, but at the end of the year, he retains his card, stays exempt and pockets nearly a million dollars. He lost in a playoff here a year ago and thrives on beach resort courses. Bohn is a green light in every format. FADES for next week’s NEDBANK GOLF CHALLENGE hosted by Gary Player. Since his epic win at the Masters in April, DANNY WILLETT +3000 can not beat anyone. He struggled at the Ryder Cup and has been playing poorly since he broke through at Augusta. He may be a one year wonder and not worth playing in any format next week in Sun City, South Africa. Our host wraps up Podcast #35 by making a few bold predictions and discussing the status of Tiger Woods return at the Hero Challenge in the Bahamas later this month. Great stories and great insight into the world of golf, every week on Golf Undigested. Get the latest line moves as well as sleeper picks, right here on the 35th edition of the Get More Sports original golf podcast, Golf Undigested. Winner, winner, chicken parm dinner! Enjoy your week. Keep your head down and Hit em’ straight.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 26
Yes, you are reading the title of this podcast right. 'Heavywait' Boxing - The heavyweight division in boxing is in a state of chaos, and with the recent news that Wladimir Klitschko now wanted to fight sometime in March or April, it makes another heavyweight who is shelving the rest of the 2016 calendar year. Good going Wlad, wait until after you turn 41 to fight again, why not? Klitschko had been talked about as a December opponent for IBF world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua, and Klitschko had apparently had an alternate plan of facing undefeated Australian Lucas Browne for the vacant WBA world belt. The negotiations with Joshua saw British promoter Eddie Hearn take the lead in trying to make the fight happen, but Hearn has now been left with a short list of B and C level opponents because his gamble did not play out. Hearn is a practical shoo-in for "Promoter of the Year" and he has elevated Joshua to the point where he has become boxing's biggest box-office attraction, but at this point he is looking to get Joshua in and out of the ring safely for Decembe,r title pand perfect record intact. The list included David Price, Dereck Chisora before Hearn finally settled on Eric Molina (25-3). Molina was a September of 2015 victim to WBC world heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder and he is coming off an April KO of Polish veteran Tomasz Adamek. With an eye towards a future meeting between Wilder and Joshua, Hearn is wise to choose Molina, as it starts to give the two men common opponents. Molina is taking the fight on relatively short notice and he is expected to be a huge underdog at the sports books.Yes you are reading this right.... This is the
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GMS NCAA Football Throwdown - Episode 7
The NCAA Football Throwdown Podcast is back again this week, although we come to you a little earlier than normal. Your co-hosts Ej the Rainmaker and Erik the Hun get you set for another big weekend of college football action, highlighting the big games going on as the bowl season quickly approaches. This week, three Friday games lead us into a hostile weekend of football, with plenty of big games to discuss and preview. We start with Navy vs South Florida, and continue on with the San Diego State vs Utah State game. The Air Force team total is going to make this broadcast, and that is all you will need to know headed to Saturday's slate. West Virginia and Oklahoma State kick off the high-noon games at Boone Pickens Stadium, and the guys offer up a play on the total to take advantage of. Washington and Utah meet in a big Pac-12 battle, and the Huskies are strongly favored at Rice Eccles Stadium, expected to continue their undefeated run beyond this weekend. Nebraska and Wisconsin have a 7 p.m ET kickoff at Camp Randall, with the Badgers favored by 9 against an undefeated Cornhusker squad who feels disrespected by the line setters' expectations. Clemson and Florida State wrap up the big four featured games of the weekend, as Clemson goes in to Doak Campbell as -4.5 favorites, also expected to remain undefeated by the experts. But will they? Ej offers up a good bundle of plays to take advantage of outside of the featured games discussed, and as usual the dog of the weekend hits the board with a play from the <a href="http://sunbeltsports.org/" target="_blank">Sun Belt Conference</a>! Erik also offers up a handful of honorable mentions, with his own surprising doggie pick of the weekend himself. Sit back, enjoy, and take full advantage of the action the guys give out once again on the Get More Sports College Football Throwdown Podcast! Because you can!
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 25
The Klitschko vs Joshua talks have been shut down! The possibilities of a premier heavyweight "superfight" between Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko had promoter Eddie Hearn working overtime for the last several weeks to finalize, but his effort has apparently had no success. The date has been moved to December 10th and the Manchester Arena appears to be the site, but the final agreement between Klitschko and Joshua has not been reached. Now it appears that the fight will not happen. News is hitting the internet that Wladimir Klitschko has signed to fight Lucas Browne in Hamburg, Germany on December 10th for a vacant version of the WBA world title. Hearn will now be hunting an alternative opponents for Joshua. Hearn would be foolish to let a young 26 year old champion sit out and not fight because of semantics. The IBF's #1 contender is New Zealand's Joseph Parker, but news from the WBO's 29th annual convention in Puerto Rico is that they have sanctioned Parker vs undefeated Andy Ruiz Jr (29-0) for New Zealand on December 10th.
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GMS NCAA Football Throwdown Podcast - Episode 6
This week on the Get More Sports College Football Throwdown Podcast, Ej the Rainmaker and Erik the Hun welcome fellow author from Get More Sports, Adam Greene to the show. We breakdown the big games of the weekend, and hand out an abundance of plays for your betting pleasure this weekend.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 34
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts off podcast #34 by talking about the Ryder Cup that saw the United States win for just the second time in the last 10 years. He discusses the status of Tiger Woods return that was suppose to be this week at the Safeway Open, until he withdrew on Monday, citing short game woes. In Europe, Burroughs gets us up to date on this week’s British Masters, where Matthew Fitzpatrick is the defending champion. GREEN LIGHTS for the SAFEWAY OPEN - PGA Tour - I like all LONGSHOTS! GREEN LIGHT: Patrick Rodgers +6000 went to college at nearby Stanford and had success here a year ago. He finished T6 and will look to get off to a hot start to the season in what could be a huge year for the young man. Daniel Summerhays +8000 is another young player that churns out top finishes but has yet to win on the PGA Tour. Tournament director Johnny miller went to BYU and so did Summerhays. I have a feeling it’s going to be a big week for BYU. Bryson DeChambeau +8000 earned exempt status on the PGA Tour and will immediately make an impact. Last year he was surviving on sponsor’s exemptions and now that he is exempt, he can free wheel it and let his natural talent take over. Big things for him this year. FADES for the BRITISH MASTERS One player to shy away from is Andy Sullivan +4000. Another of the defeated European Ryder Cup team, Sullivan skipped last week’s Alfred Dunhill Links Championship so this is his first start since Hazeltine where he was one of four Euros to end up with zero points. His confidence is gone, his game is erratic and he will once again disappoint his fans by missing the cut this week. FADE Sullivan! The days of Lee Westwood playing elite status golf are over. He stunk it up at the Ryder Cup and stunk it up last week in Scotland by shooting 82. His mental state is a complete wreck and having to deal with a nasty divorce has to be weighing on his mind and distracting his form. FADE WASHED up WESTWOOD! Our host wraps up Podcast #34 by making a few bold predictions on next year’s majors and giving listeners a few tips on sand play and hip rotation at impact. Great stories and great insight into the world of golf, every week on Golf Undigested. Get the latest line moves as well as sleeper picks, right here on the 34th edition of the Get More Sports original golf podcast, Golf Undigested. Winner, winner, chicken parm dinner! Enjoy your week. Keep your head down and Hit em’ straight.
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Ncaa Football Throwdown Podcast - Episode 5
This week on the <a href="https://www.getmoresports.com/fantasy-sports-betting-news-odds-picks/football/ncaaf-college-football/page/2/" target="_blank">GMS</a> NCAA Football Throwdown Podcast, Ej the Rainmaker and Erik the Hun provide the best betting analysis to be found anywhere. Following up a tremendous weekend of action last time around, the guys highlight the biggest games of the week around the landscape of college pigskins. We start with the Red River Rivalry in the Cotton Bowl, as Texas takes on Oklahoma for the 111th time in the history of the series. With two coaches on the proverbial hot seat, Bob Stoopes and Charlie Strong try to salvage the season for their respective teams, with so much expectations coming in to this year. We turn to the ACC and feature the Virginia Tech / North Carolina matchup at Kenan Memorial Stadium. A 3:30 kickoff presents an opportunity for a play on this total. Florida State and Miami renew their rivalry, with the Canes being handed a -1.5 line as favorites this weekend. Ej and Erik provide different angles for action in this contest. Alabama and Arkansas round out the discussion pertaining to the big games of the weekend, and a surprising offer on the total comes in to play. Erik hits us with his three honorable mentions, but Ej hands out a boat load of plays in his honorable mentions this week, including a halftime play for Friday evening with ODU and UMass. Thinkdog! Every week the hosts hand out a dog of the weekend, hoping to find a team that has more bark in them then the line setters might have expected. Join us next week for another exciting show, as we pick out a handful of major games to discuss, with the honorable mentions and dogs coming to you as always. Enjoy the show, and may the bets be with you! Make it Rain; Take it Down!
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 24
Pacman vs Vargas Preview - This latest edition of the Talk'n'Shoot Boxing Podcast sees us look at the upcoming Top Rank PPV featuring Manny Pacquiao vs Jessie Vargas for the WBO world welterweight title. Pacquiao had announced his retirement after his April fight with Timothy Bradley closed out their trilogy, but he is back just six months later here to face Vargas. Vargas is a good fighter with a 27-1 record, but the fight has been received in lackluster fashion by the boxing world. Pacquiao showed in April against Bradley that the shoulder that hampered him against Floyd Mayweather Jr has healed, but his drawing power looks like it took an irreversible drop after that fight. HBO PPV passed on distributing this fight for Top Rank as they had Pac-man's previous offerings and that is another sign that the Pacquiao name is not what it once was in the U.S. market. The live event is scheduled for the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas on November 5th, and there are two additional world title fights on the bill. WBO world super bantamweight champion Nonito Donaire (37-3) defends his belt against undefeated Jessie Magdaleno (23-0) and WBO world featherweight titlist Oscar Valdez (20-0) makes his first title defense against Hiroshige Osawa (30-3-4). A Donaire loss could be seen as a symbolic passing of the torch.
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Closer By Committee Podcast - Episode 1
The Closer by Committee Podcast hits the air on Get More Sports, just in time for the beginning of the Major League Baseball post-season. Our co-hosts Michael Wottreng and Eric Cain deliver their first segment that highlights the final day of Major League Baseball for the 2016 season, with the play-off picture now set in place. There was still plenty of meaningful baseball on the final day of the regular season, as the Orioles and Giants secured the final two wild card spots on Sunday. The Cleveland Indians clinched home field for the ALDS, and the Atlanta Braves said goodbye to Turner Field after 20 seasons with a 1-0 shutout win over the Tigers. Baseball said goodbye to a legend in Vin Scully as the 88-year- old called the last baseball game of his storied career. As the Giants beat the Dodgers 7-1, America cherished every last word Scully said as baseball fans will not have the pleasure of hearing the <a href="http://baseballhall.org/visit" target="_blank">Hall of Famer</a> for his 68th season in the booth. Dick Enberg also said goodbye to the Padres broadcast booth today after holding the position since the 2010 season. Enberg’s career has seen witness to ESPN, CBS, NBC and countless other affiliations. Baseball fans also tipped their caps to a future Hall of Fame player in David Ortiz. The longtime Red Sox designated hitter played his final regular season game at Fenway Park—concluding what is statistically one his best years at the plate. The Red Sox partnered with Ortiz’s foundation to donate over $100,000 to his foundation and the organization as a whole claimed the No. 34 will be retired next season. A couple of former All-Star first baseman also played what will likely be their last career game Sunday afternoon. Mark Teixeira, who announced his retirement earlier this season, was honored prior to the Yankees and Orioles game. Ryan Howard was also recognized before the Phillies beat the Mets 5-2 as the club will likely not pick up his player option for the 2017 season. Michael and Eric recap all of these story-lines and more on the first ever edition of the Closer by Committee Podcast at getmoresports.com, and will bring you the sounds of the game right through the Fall Classic.
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GMS NCAA Football Throwdown - Episode 4
Join Ej and Erik for the 4th edition of the Get More Sports College Football Throwdown! This week, we start with the two Friday games on the slate, and then roll through dozens of games for Saturday. Bets! Action! Money! In that order!
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 23
Heavyweight Division Aftershock - It has been a week of division-changing news for heavyweight boxing, and the 23rd edition of the Talk'n'Shoot Boxing Podcast focuses on the latest happenings in pugilism's glamour division. The news started with the announcement from WBO and WBA world titleholder Tyson Fury's camp that he as pulling out of his October 29th rematch with Wladimir Klitschko. Klitschko is now 40 years old, but he has been pushing for this rematch with Fury since he lost to Fury last November. Fury has been acting flaky ever since his big victory and the match has been on again and off again several times. The fight was made and booked for July but Fury sprained an ankle and the fight was subsequently moved to the October date. Now Fury's mental state is in question as he is suffering from depression and his trainers have stated that Fury will not fight until at least 2017. Klitschko's age makes this a critical point in time. Klitschko is not likely to have 4-5 fights left in him, and he needs a big fight and a worthy opponent to make things worthwhile. A win over Fury would avenge the loss and return several of his world titles to his possession, and he is pushing to find another opponent. In steps Eddie Hearn and Matchroom boxing, the promoters of Anthony Joshua. Joshua has been reserving a November 16th date and has no fixed opponent set, so he is available. As IBF world champion, Joshua holds a belt previously held by Klitschko as well, and the 26 year old undefeated phenom has become one of boxing's brightest stars.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 22
Fury vs Klitschko 2 Cancelled - The Talk'n'Shoot Boxing Podcast is back with it's 22nd edition, and the main subject of the podcast is the recently announced cancellation of the October 29th world heavyweight title re-match between Tyson Fury and Wladimir Klitschko. Fury famously captured a slew of world title belts from Klitschko in November of last year, and the re-match has been in the works ever since. The match was originally talked about for the April timeframe, and it was eventually put on the books for July, but Fury suffered a sprained ankle while doing roadwork that led to the postponement of the fight until October 29th. Now word is that Fury is suffering from "depression" and he has pulled out of this fight as well. The cancellation puts the heavyweight division into turmoil. IBF world champion Anthony Joshua will benefit from Fury's fall and there is already talk of the young champion stepping up and filling in for Fury against Klitschko. This weekend, Joseph Parker (20-0) meets Alexander Dimitrenko (38-2) in New Zealand for an IBF title qualifier that will leave the winner in a spot to challenge Joshua. That, and so much more this week going on in the world of boxing.
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Ncaa Football Throwdown Podcast - Episode 3
Join Ej 'The Rainmaker' Garr, and Erik 'The Hun' Anderson for this week's edition of the Get More Sports College Football Throwdown Podcast! This week our hosts cover a good chunk of the games being played around the country this weekend, which all started Thursday night with the Clemson win over Georgia Tech. Friday night features three games, and the guys touch on the late game with USC vs Utah in a Pac-12 clash. Saturday at high noon, some of the biggest games of the weekend kick off, and we will converse on the Georgia vs Ole Miss matchup, as well as the Florida State game with South Florida. Among the big games that make the discussion is the battle between Florida and Tennessee, Arkansas going to Texas A&M, and the late game with UCLA facing Stanford at the Rose Bowl. Some Doggie plays make the board, and a few honorable mentions light up the play list, so cue the music, grab your notebook, and join us to increase your bankroll by listening to us give out the goods again here at Get More Sports!
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 21
Canelo vs Smith Wrap - HBO Boxing brought us the Saul "Canelo" Alvarez vs Liam Smith WBA world light welterweight title fight this past Saturday, and the in-ring action saw Alvarez dominate the WBA beltholder on his way to a 9th round stoppage. Smith was game heading into the match-up, but early on it was apparent that he did not have the fire-power to hurt Alvarez. From there Alvarez turned methodical, slowly breaking his opponent down and delivering more and more punishing punches. The first knock down came in the seventh round, and Smith went to the canvas in the eighth round after a hammering body blow. Alvarez landed the finishing body shot the following round. The fight ended with the referee waving the count off while Smith lay writhing on the mat in pain. The live event was held in Arlington Texas' massive AT&amp;T Stadium, the home of Jerry Jones and the NFL's Dallas Cowboys and the paid attendance was reported to be 51,240. The more interesting figure will come later in the week when the number for pay-per-view buys is estimated. The figure is going to be a good measuring stick for the true state of boxing today, as Alvarez is considered the biggest draw out there. His last PPV, back in May when he faced Amir Khan, sold 660k ppv buys and it is an open question whether this fight will come in with more or less buys than that. Smith was a world champion and an undefeated fighter, but he was not even a blip on the radar in the American market prior to this past weekend, so all the buys for this PPV are on the name "Canelo." With Smith stepping out of his comfort zone and fighting outside of England for the first time, the now former WBA world champion deserves credit. But how much credit? A lot of British boxing pundits have gone so far as to call Smith "world class" based on Saturday's performance, and here at TnS, we delve into whether our British friends are guilty of a little bit of partisan overrating. Do not miss Talk'n'Shoot's Boxing Podcast #21 - The Canelo vs Smith Wrap Edition!
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 20
Canelo vs Smith Preview - The boxing calendar heads into September, and the majority of the big fights are programmed from now until the end of the year. Last week, the HBO double header featuring Roman 'Chocolatito" Gonzalez vs Carlos Cuadras and Gennady Golovkin vs Kell Brook kicked off the last third f the year, and this coming weekend sees the huge Saul "Canelo" Alvarez vs Liam Smith PPV match from Cowboys Stadium. We spend the first have of the TnS podcast discussing last weekend's fights. Gennady Golovkin forged another knock out for himself against Kell Brook, who fought gamely but was taken out in the fifth round by the aggression of Triple G. Brook received a broken eye orbital bone in the fight, and Golovkin dropped a round or two early to Brook before eventually flooring the gas and taking the British fighter out. Golovkin has been declared the mandatory challenger for WBA champion Daniel Jacobs. The WBA would not sanction the Golovkin vs Brook bout due to the weight difference, but they moved quickly after Golovkin's victory to try and make Triple G versus Jacobs. Jacobs is in need a a marquee opponent, anmd he is coming off a stronf and decisive win over Serio Mora in a rematch this past weekend as well. Smith is the one in a unique position to play spoiler here, but the sports books are not realyl giving him uch of a chance, with Alvarez coming in a strong -1200 favorite for the fight as we approach the weigh-ins.
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GMS NCAA Football Throwdown - Episode 2
Join Ej the Rainmaker and Erik the Hun for this week's edition of the Get More Sports College Football Throwdown Podcast. This week the guys walk you through NCAA Football games all around the country, starting with a play from the three Friday games, and rolling into the massive Saturday slate giving out predictions for all the games that get mentioned on the show.
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Respect The Hustle - Episode 25
This week on the Respect the Hustle Podcast, host William Whelan asks why in the world there’s such a difference in the programs we discuss and remember for basketball dominance and those we discuss and remember for football dominance. As the college football season has gotten underway, many of the most familiar programs have once again stated their case for being amongst the national elite. Title contenders include Alabama, Michigan, Ohio State, and others that, quite frankly, always seem to be in the national discussion, one way or another. Why, then, are the nation’s best athletic departments on the football field so often unable to experience the same type of successes on the basketball court? None of the Blue Bloods of the college basketball world are considered CFB powers and vice versa. Is there a specific reason for this? Can it change? When dives into the topic full on. The first theory has to be related to recruiting and the places coaches must hit to find the top talent, respective to their sports. Where is the best high school talent? How about for basketball? Whelan says evidence shows that the regions are different, giving different programs and schools advantages relative to their own sport. While Whelan may not be ready to provide definite, final answers as to why some programs excel in one sport over another, he does make the call on which schools may be the best bets to experience success in both moving forward.
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College Football Throwdown - Episode 1
Join Ej Garr and Erik Anderson for the first edition of the NCAA Football Throwdown Podcast. This week we discuss 4 big games on the slate for Saturday, as well as offer some plays from the two Friday games on the slate to get the weekend started. Ej offers his Dog of the Weekend selection, while Erik throws in his 3-game parlay of the Weekend as well. Each of the hosts will offer 3 Honorable Mentions that deserve some attention, so stay in tune with us for all your betting needs throughout the college football season.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Epsiode 19
Talking Big Fights - The Talk 'n' Shoot Boxing Podcast is back with it's edition #19, and as we head into September we spend some more time looking at the remaining big fights left on the boxing calendar for 2016. The TnS Podcast starts off with a look at this weekend's split broadcast card that sees Gennady Golovkin taking on Kell Brook in London and Roman "Chocolatito" Gonzalez taking on Carlos Cuadras in Los Angeles.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 18
Boxing Superfights 2016 - The Talk 'n' Shoot Boxing Podcast is back as we head into September. For this, the #18 edition of the TnS Boxing Podcast, we are going to look a the remaining big fights for the 2016 calendar.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 17
Boxing PPV Calendar 2016 - Here on the 17th edition of the Talk 'n' Shoot Boxing Podcast we start off a discussion on the boxing pay-per-view scene for 2016. The recent HBO pay-per-view bout between Terence Crawford and Viktor Postol is said to have achieved a woeful number of PPV buys, somewhere between 50,000 to 75,000 buys. Later this year, HBO will roll out both the Saul "Canelo" Alvarez vs Liam Smith bout and the Andre Ward vs Sergey Kovalev bout, and they will expect people to pay a premium on PPV to see them.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 33 PGA Championship
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts off podcast #33 by taking us through last week’s action at the RBC Canadian Open where Jhonnatan Vegas picked up his second win on the PGA Tour by shooting a final round 64 to pass Brandt Snedeker and Dustin Johnson. On the Senior circuit, Peter Broadhurst picked up his first major championship by winning the Senior Open Championship. Burroughs gives his bold predictions for this week’s PGA Championship and likes Steve Stricker at 100/1 and Sergio Garcia at 25/1.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 16
Santa Cruz vs Frampton Edition - The Talk 'n' Shoot Boxing Podcast is back with it's sixteenth edition, and this week we look at the recent Terence Crawford versus Viktor Postol super lightweight bout from last weekend as well as look forward to this coming Saturday, July 30th's Showtime boxing event featuring Leo Santa Cruz taking on Carl Frampton. Last Saturday, fans of technical boxing were treated to a strong showing by WBO 140 pound champion Terence Crawford as he won a wide unanimous decision over formerly undefeated Viktor Postol. Crawford was a strong favorite at the sports books, but many people gave Postol a chance if he could fight his fight, which meant establish a jab and make things ugly on the inside to slow Crawford down. Because of how technical and precise Crawford was for all twelve rounds, Postol was able to do none of those things. Look for Crawford to move up the Boxing Rankings to #1 at 140 lbs
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 32
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts off podcast #32 by taking us through last week’s action at the Open Championship where we saw one of the greatest head-to- head battles between Phil Mickelson and eventual champion Henrik Stenson. Mickelson trailed by one shot heading to the final round, shoots a bogey-free 65 and loses! Stenson makes 10 birdies, shoots a final round 63 and wins his first major championship. Jack Nicklaus said that is was the best battle he has ever seen between two front runners in a major championship. Burroughs gives his bold predictions for next week’s PGA Championship and is joined by his brother as they discuss the upcoming Olympics.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 15
Deontay Wilder Edition- The Talk 'n' Shoot Podcast is back with it's fifteenth edition and we look back at last Saturday night's Deontay Wilder versus Chris Arreola fight for the WBC world heavyweight title. The fight was Wilder's fourth defense of the belt he has held for a year and a half now, and the fight aired on free TV in the United States as the fight was shown on FOX. Arreola is a solid veteran who had a 36-4-1 record heading into the fight with Wilder. Many people thought Arreola did not deserve the fight, and WIlder was a huge betting favorite heading into Sturday's contest. Unfortunately for Arreola, the fight's script played out poorly for him, as he was a step behind Wilder the entire fight. Wilder was able to maintain his distance, using a powerful jab to manage Arreola' position all night long. Arreola's face was showing the damage early, and he was sent to the canvas in the fourth round. Arreola survived and he did not go down again, but his corner called off the fight at the end of the eighth round to save Arreola from more punishment. Afterwards Arreola creditted Wilder, saying "I never figured him out."
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 14
In this fourteenth edition of the Talk 'n' Shoot Boxing Podcast, we get into some of the latest news from around the boxing world. This past week, Middleweight kingpin Gennady Golovkin announced that he would be heading to England to fight Kell Brook for his latest fight. The fight made huge waves when it was announced, as Golovkin's next opponent is always going to generate major interest. The choice of Brook is interesting for Golovkin in many ways, but it has also come with a good bit of backlash. The inevitable comparisons for Brook to fellow countryman Amir Khan are already out there. This weekend also sees FOX television airing heavyweight title action as Deontay Wilder puts his WBC belt on the line against Chris Arreola.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 31
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts off podcast #31 by taking us through last week’s action at the WGC -Bridgestone Invitational where Dustin Johnson prevailed for the second time in as many starts. Our host discusses the Open de France and Thongchai Jaidee’s eighth European Tour win. Burroughs gives his bold predictions for this week’s Scottish Open on the European Tour. Our host helps you set your fantasy team with players to fade and players to ride. He discusses this week’s U.S. Womens Open Championship and gets you up to date with the latest news for next week’s Open Championship at Royal Troon.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 13
This week on the Talk N Shoot Podcast, Miguel Itturate brings you all you need to know in the world of Boxing. The Barclays Center saw Keith Thurman and Shawn Porter duel for Thurman's WBA world welterweight title. The fight aired on CBS in the United States, which is "free" television, and afterwards both fighters got rave reviews. Thurman narrowly edged Porter by judges scores of 115-113, 115-113, 115,113 and no one has seemed against a re-match.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 30
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts off podcast #30 by taking us through last week’s action at the second major of the year, the 116th U.S. Open where Dustin Johnson fought off past demons and the USGA to win his first major championship. Our host rips the USGA on the way they handled the bizarre ruling and the way it went down. Burroughs gives his bold predictions for this week’s tournaments on both the PGA Tour and European Tour. Our host helps you set your fantasy team with players to fade and players to ride. One GO and one NO at the Quicken Loans National - PGA Tour - Bethesda, Maryland
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 29
Our host Clark Burroughs gives his bold predictions for this week’s 116th U.S. Open at the Oakmont Country Club. With a prestigious history that dates back all the way to 1903, the Oakmont Country Club has hosted more combined USGA and PGA championships than any other course in the United States, which includes eight United States Opens, five U.S. Amateur Championships, three PGA Championships, and two U.S. Women's Opens.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 28
The Golf Undigested Podcast with Clark Burroughs, a former PGA Tour player and proud Ohio State Buckeye, dishes out his latest news and musings in the world of golf. For all the latest golf odds and predictions, never miss an episode of Burroughs’ insightful advice and hilarious observations into the greatest game of all, GOLF! Burroughs starts off podcast #28 by taking us through last week’s action and previewing next week’s U.S. Open at Oakmont Country Club where Jordan Spieth is the defending champion. Our host gives his take on the butchered CBS telecast of the Memorial Tournament and likes Ryan Palmer +2200 at this week’s FedEx St. Jude Classic. Burroughs gives his bold predictions for all of this week’s action and helps you set your fantasy team with players to fade and players to ride. Our host wraps up Podcast #28 by discussing all the happenings in the world of golf.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 12
Talk 'n' Shoot Podcast #12 - The Boxing podcast is back, and this week we are talking about the International Boxing Hall of Fame in Canastota, New York. The IBHOF, as it is called, has its 2016 induction ceremonies scheduled for this weekend, from June 9th until June 12th. This year's inductees are led by Hector "Macho" Camacho, the Puerto Rican fighter who is sometimes remembered more for his wild ways and lifestyle than his boxing prowess. Nevertheless, Camacho could fight, as his final record of 79-6-3 attests. He held world titles in three different weight classes and he faced many of the greatest fighters of his era including Oscar De La Hoya, Roberto Duran, Julio Cesar Chavez, Felix Trinidad, Greg Haugen, Sugar Ray Leonard and Edwin Rosario among others. Unfortunately, the induction comes posthumously, as Camacho was shot and killed in November of 2012. This year's class comes with a distinct Latin feel as the other inductees are Lupe Pintor of Mexico and Hilario Zapata of Panama.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 11
Triple G Britain Bound? - The big news in the boxing world has been the vacating of the WBC middleweight title by Mexico's Saul "Canelo" Alvarez. The WBC turned around and handed the belt to Gennady Golovkin, and thwe whole series of moves and counter-moves has left the boxing world with the "Canelo" vs "Triple G" showdown a lot further away from happening. The whole episode has appeared to heap negative reactions on Alvarez, who is perceived to be avoiding a fight with Triple "G". For their part, the Golovkin camp is said to be looking for a big money fight at 160 lbs, but he is having trouble finding a dance partner. Alvarez best fits that bill, however Alvarez and his camp may feel that fight is better suited for May of next year, where Alvarez maximizes his monetization during Mexican independence day week.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 27
This week on the Golf Undigested Podcast, our host Clark Burroughs is joined by golfing buddy BigMo, and together they take us through this week’s action around the links on all the tours. The PGA Tour stays in the state of Texas for the DEAN &amp; DELUCA Invitational where Jordan Spieth +700 and Adam Scott +900 are the betting favorites. The second major on the Champions Tour starts on Thursday at the Senior PGA Championship in Benton Harbor, Michigan The women head to Ann Arbor, Michigan for the Volvik Championship and across the pond, the European Tour’s flagship event, The BMW PGA Championship gets under at the Wentworth Club in Surrey, England. Burroughs gives his bold predictions for all of this week’s action and helps you set your fantasy team with players to fade and players to ride.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 10
The Talk 'n' Shoot Boxing Podcast is back with edition number 10, as the 154 LBers take center stage as the super welterweight category comes front and center. The duo's of Jermall and Jermell Charlo's appearance on Showtime takes up a big part of the broadcast. Jermall Charlo (24-0) successfully defended his IBF world title with a unanimous decision over the crafty Austin Trout (30-3). Trout is a former champion in his own right and he fought admirably, especially in closing the distance towards the end of the fight. But Charlo was too big, strong and technical and he retained his belt. Brother Jermell faced John Jackson for the vacant WBC world title at super welterweight and Jermell had to endure a real test. Jermell won with an eighth round knock out but he was behind on thw scorecards when he did it. Tune in for the rest of what Miguel has to say by tuning in now!
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 9
PEDS No Good For Me Edition - The specter of Performance Enhancing Drugs has reared its ugly head in the world of boxing this week, as the WBC World Heavyweight title bout scheduled for May 21st in Moscow, Russia between champion Deontay Wilder and challenger Alexander Povetkin was postponed due to a positive test by Povetkin. The drug in question is Meldonium, which is the same "circulation enhancer" that has come up in tennis' recent drug scandal surrounding Russian star Maria Sharpova. The drug was put on the list of banned substances at the beginning of this year, and Sharpova has admitted use going back to 2006. Povetkin and his big money Russian sponsor Andrey Ryabinsky have already come out and stated that the amount found in the test was a trace from usage back in September of last year, when the drug was still legal.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode26
Your host Clark Burroughs starts off podcast #26 by taking us through last week’s action. World No. 1 Jason Day proved why he is the best player in the world by going wire-to- wire at The PLAYERS Championship. It was Days seventh since July. On the European Tour, Jeung-Hun Wang secures his second victory in as many weeks by winning the AfraAsia Bank Mauritius Open. Wang has now won two times in just 15 starts on the European Tour.
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Golf Undigested Pocast - Episode 25
Our host Clark Burroughs starts off podcast #25 by taking us through last week’s action. After missing eight cuts in a row, James Hahn survives a sudden death playoff to defeat Robert Castro and pick up his second win on the PGA Tour. The European Tour was also decided in a playoff. Jeung-Hun Wang secures his maiden victory by surviving a two hole playoff to defeat Nacho Elvira. Jesper Parnevik shoots 12-under par to win the Insperity Invitational and earn his first win on the Champions Tour and on the LPGA Tour, Ariya Jutanugarn wins the Yokohama Tire Classic. The PGA Tour’s flagship event, The PLAYERS Championship gets underway where Rickie Fowler defends his title, so join Clark for more great stories about the game of Golf!
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 8; Khan's Glass Head Edition
In this the 8th edition of the Talk 'n' Shoot Boxing podcast host Miguel Iturrate gets into the aftermath of Saturday's big HBO pay-per-view featuring Saul "Canelo" Alvarez taking on Amir Khan. Despite the one punch knock out that put Khan's weak chin on display again, we are going to see Khan again and we will see him in big fights again. In the immediate aftermath of the fight Khan was taken to the hospital, but that was for precautionary reasons. Khan was lucid and fine talking to reporters the following day.
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World Tour Soccer Podcast - Episode 34
This week on the GMS World Tour Soccer Podcast, our host Ej Garr walks us through the weekend ahead, while reviewing the week that was around the European landscape of the beautiful game. From the NASL and MLS, to the streets of Italy and St Jakobs in Basel, join the Rainmaker for another edition of the World Tour!
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 24
Former PGA player Clark Burroughs takes us through this week’s action on all the tours. The PGA Tour travels to Charlotte, North Carolina for the Wells Fargo Championship. Across the pond, the European Tour is in Morocco for Trophee Hassan II and the LPGA Tour travels to Alabama for the Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic. Get the latest line moves as well as sleeper picks, right here on the 24th edition of the Get More Sports original golf podcast, Golf Undigested. Winner, winner, chicken dinner!
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 7
In this latest edition of Talk 'n' Shoot's Boxing Podcast, we focus on this coming Saturday's Saul "Canelo" Alvarez vs Amir Khan fight. The bookies have "Canelo" a roughly 5 to 1 favorite as we head into fight week. The bottom line is that now that fight week is upon us, we are getting to get hit with the full brunt of HBO, Amir Khan and Golden Boy Promotions media machine and this is going to have all the trimmings of a mega-fight. But back when the bout was announced, the promotions tried to pass it off as a "mega" fight and event but the bout was not received well.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 23
Burroughs starts off podcast #23 by taking us through last week’s action. Charley Hoffman earns his fourth PGA Tour win at the Valero Texas Open, Woody Austin and Michael Allen team up to win on the Champions Tour, Soomin Lee picks up his first win on the European Tour and Haru Nomura is triumphant on the LPGA Tour, picking up her second win of the year at the Swinging Skirts Classic.
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Respect The Hustle Podcast - Episode 24
This week in the Respect the Hustle Podcast, hosted by William Whelan, the talk intensifies surrounding the 2016 NBA Draft and those who have made their intentions known of entering, one way or another. However, thanks to the new rules related to players’ college eligibility, there’s a new and heated discussion regarding those testing the NBA Draft waters with the option of returning to school.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 6
Welcome to the 6th edition of the Talk 'n' Shoot Boxing Podcast. Host Miguel Iturrate has called a "Heavyweights Only" podcast to review the happenings in the world-wide heavyweight scene. Of course, the big fights on the calendar are Deontay Wilder versus Alexander Povetkin scheduled for May 21st in Moscow, Russia and the July 9th re-match in Manchester between Tyson Fury and Wladimir Klitschko.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 22
Our host Clark Burroughs starts off podcast #22 by taking us through last week’s action. Branden Grace earns his first PGA Tour win at the RBC Classic, Woody Austin wins on the Champions Tour, Andrew Johnston battles tough conditions to win the Spanish Open on the European Tour and Minjee Lee is triumphant on the LPGA Tour. Burroughs wraps up podcast #22 by answering emails and discussing the greatest game of all, golf!
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Episode 5
Golovkin Takes Center Stage - The Talk 'n' Shoot Boxing Podcast is back with it's fifth edition, and as always we are covering the latest boxing news. With the recent Manny Pacquiao vs Timothy Bradley III fight doing about 450k PPV buys, the subject of pay-per-view also get discussed. That and plenty more with Miguel Iturrate!!
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World Tour Soccer Podcast - Episode 33
In this week's segment of the World Tour Soccer Podcast, our host Ej the Rainmaker brings you all the news and info from around the beautiful game. Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid made plenty of headlines this week in the Spanish Media, and around the globe for that matter, as Atleti and Real managed to move on to the semifinals of Champions League. Serie A, MLS, and so much more!
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 21
Burroughs starts off podcast #21 by taking us through last week’s exciting Masters Tournament where Danny Willett came from back in the pack and take advantage of Jordan Spieth’s uncharacteristic collapse and earn his first Green Jacket. Spieth built a 5-shot lead with nine holes to play and it looked like another runaway victory, but then the wheels fell off - bogey-bogey-quadruple to start the back nine and Spieth was fried.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Joshua Destroys Martin Edition
There is a new kingpin in Heavyweight boxing and that is England's Anthony Joshua. This past Saturday night at the O2 Arena in London, Joshua knocked out American Charles Martin to claim the belt and move his record to a perfect 16-0. The fight was the main event of Eddie Hearn's promotion and the bout aired on Sky Box Office.
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Talk 'n' Shoot Podcast - Episode 3
Join us for the Talk 'n' Shoot Boxing Podcast #3 where we take a more in-depth look at this weekend's fight. Pacquiao versus Bradley 3 will air on HBO pay-per-view and one interesting number to look at will be how many ppv sales the fight generates. The last time we saw Pacquiao was when he faced Floyd Mayweather Jr in the fight that generated more revenue than any other fight in boxing history, and that generated over 4 million pay-per-view buys. Mayweather was widely considered the "A" attraction in that fight, and because it was such a huge disappointment, Floyd's subsequent fight with Andre Berto saw his numbers drop considerably. Bradley is not a huge draw, so the number will be largely generated by Pac-man's drawing power. he will still have his hardcore fans, but will his crossover appeal be damaged? Let's answer those questions and more on the Talk 'n' Shoot Podcast.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 20; Masters Edition
Burroughs starts off podcast #20 by taking us through last week’s action where unheralded Jim herman out played Henrik Stenson coming down the stretch to pick up his first PGA tour win at the Shell Houston Open. After nearly a month break, the Champions Tour was back in action in Mississippi for the Mississippi Gulf Resort and Miguel Angel Jimenez won his third Champions Tour title by holding off Scott Dunlap to win by two strokes. The LPGA Tour had its first major of the year and to no one’s surprise, World No. 1 Lydia Ko picked up her second major by winning the LPGA ANA Inspiration. Ko becomes the youngest woman in history to have to major title before she reaches the age of 19. She’s the best!
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Respect The Hustle Podcast - Epsiode 23
This week on the Respect the Hustle podcast, there is just one more game to go until the 2015-2016 college basketball season is officially in the books and a champion is named, so college basketball analyst William Whelan took the time to lay out his award winners—but not all the awards are just for the normal titles.
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World Tour Soccer Podcast - Episode 32
The World Tour Soccer Podcast is back this week with a brand new edition of the World Tour Soccer Podcast, so join Ej 'The Rainmaker' for the run around the soccer landscape around the world. We start with El Clasico, which is undoubtedly the biggest match of the weekend in not just Spain, not just Europe, but on a global scale for all to marvel on two Spanish clubs that simply do not like each other, and do not want to lose to one another. Camp Nou is the venue for the most anticipated match of 2016 in La Liga action, as both Barcelona and Real Madrid also prepare for Champions League Quarterfinal affairs on deck this week. The North American Soccer League kicks off their 2016 campaign this weekend, and once again, our host Ej Garr is the host of the New York Cosmos team podcast as well. beINsports and One World Sports have signed on to televise NASL matches all throughout the season. With a new forum on the Get More Sports site, you can find threads for all leagues around the globe on the site, and get involved with the podcasts and forum threads for all leagues in the world. You will be able to find all your Italian Serie A, Serie B, MLS and NASL threads on the forum located <a href="http://forum.getmoresports.com/" target="_blank">HERE</a> You will be able to find a section dedicated to all things soccer/football related within the forum, which also provides plenty of other topics open to discussion to all. Enjoy the show, and see you soon!
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 19
Burroughs starts off podcast #19 by taking us through last week’s action where Jason Day made it two weeks in a row by winning the WGC - Dell Match Play. Day is now the favorite to win the Masters which is just a week away. In Puerto Rico, Tony Finau earned his first win on the PGA Tour by edging Steve Marino in an exciting playoff. On the LPGA Tour, World No. 1 Lydia Ko rolled to an impressive 4-stroke victory over Inbee Park at the KIA Classic. Burroughs gives his bold predictions for all of this week’s action and helps you set your fantasy team with players to fade and players to ride.
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Respect The Hustle Podcast - Epsiode 22
This week on the Respect the Hustle Podcast, college basketball analyst offers his takes on the NCAA Tournament that has finally, after more than two weeks, dwindled down to the Final Four.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast ~ PED's in Boxing
he news hit the boxing world like a bombshell. Australia's Lucas Browne has tested positive for a PED in the aftermath of his March 5th win over Ruslan Chagaev.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 18
Burroughs starts off podcast #18 by taking us through last week’s action at the Arnold Palmer Invitational where Jason Day edged Troy Merritt and Henrik Stenson to win by a stroke. On the other side of the pond S.S.P. Chawrasia won the Hero Indian Open. On the LPGA Tour, S.Y. Kim ran away from the field by shooting 27 under par and winning by 5 strokes over World No. 1 Lydia Ko.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast -
Miguel Iturrate gives us the review of what we can expect in the world of Boxing in April, 2016
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 17
Burroughs starts off podcast #17 by taking us through last week’s action at the Valspar Championship where Charl Schwartzel came from five shots back to edge Bill haas in a playoff. Schwartzel shot the low round of the day picking up his second win on the PGA Tour. On the European Tour, Scott Hend goes wire-to-wire to win the True Thailand Open.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast March 9
The big names and titles are making everybody wait. In November when Tyson Fury defeated Wladimir Klitschko to start the current era of change in the heavyweight division, Klitschko invoked his re-match clause within a week of the fight. The first dates reported for the re-match were for April or May. Unfortunately, more than three months have passed and there is no date set. The time frame now likes like June or July, and though the fight is going to happen in England, the details are still up in the air. Though there is no doubt that Klitschko deserves a re-match the Heavyweight world would be even more exciting if the big Ukrainian was NOT Fury's next opponent.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Epsiode 16
Burroughs starts off podcast #16 by taking us through last week’s action at the WGC - Cadillac Championship where Adam Scott picks up his second win in as many weeks by holding off Bubba Watson and a faltering Rory McIlroy to capture his 13th title on the PGA Tour and his first World Golf Championship since 2002. On the LPGA Tour, Ha Na Jang picks up her second win of the year by cruising to victory in Singapore.
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Respect The Hustle #20 (3.4.2016) - 3416, 9.38 AM
This week on the Respect the Hustle Podcast, we take a look at the impending or already begun conference tournaments going on around the country. From low-major basketball to mid-major basketball, things are just beginning to heat up from coast to coast and we will be here to bring you all of the action.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 15
Our host Clark Burroughs starts off podcast #15 by taking us through last week’s action and introducing the show’s first guest, Big Dru. Adam Scott picks up his first win in almost a year and a half at the Honda Classic where he outdueled Sergio Garcia and win by one. He became the first player since 2009 to win a tournament, despite carding a quadruple bogey. On the European Tour, Marcus Fraser comes from behind to wins the ISPS Handa Perth International and Lexi Thompson romps to victory in Thailand on the LPGA Tour.
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Respect The Hustle Podcast - Episode 19
This week on the Respect the Hustle Podcast with national college basketball analyst William Whelan, the focus turns towards the NCAA Tournament and which teams around the country have shown enough to have folks hoping they don’t land in the same bracket as them.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode #14
Your host Clark Burroughs starts off podcast #14 by taking us through last week’s action. Bubba Watson wins the Northern Trust Open for the second time in the last three years by birding two of the last four holes to nip Jason Kokrak and Adam Scott by one. On the European Tour, Marcus Fraser comes from behind to win the Maybank Championship Malaysia.
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Respect The Hustle Podcast - Episode 18
This week on the Respect the Hustle Podcast, college basketball analyst William Whelan takes a look at the NCAA Tournament bubble, specifically some of the mid-major teams that have generated at-large talk at one point or another, discussing whether any of them have a shot to make it without winning their conference tournaments.
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Talk N Shoot Podcast - Heavyweight Division
In this latest edition of the Talk 'n' Shoot Podcast, our host Miguel Iturrate takes us through a review of the latest happenings in pugilism's "glamour" Heavyweight division.
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Golf Undigested podcast - Episode 12B
Our host Clark Burroughs starts off podcast #12B by taking us through last week’s action. Phil Mickelson loses a heartbreaker to Vaughn Taylor at the AT&T Pebble Beach when he misses a 6-foot putt on the 72nd hole to lose by one. Charl Schwartzel cruises to victory in South Africa and Bernhard Langer notches another win on the Champions Tour.
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Respect The Hustle Podcast Episode 17
This week on the Respect the Hustle Podcast, we take a look at ten teams that have caught our attention as a pleasant surprise or as a major disappointing. Yes indeed, it’s time for Whelan to name his five most surprising and five most disappointing teams in the country.
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Respect The Hustle #16 (2.12.2016) - 21216, 3.45 PM
This week in the Respect the Hustle Podcast, college basketball analyst takes the show to a new level--one full hour of hot takes, sarcastic praise, and expert analysis on the world of college basketball. First, he deals with this year’s freshmen class and how they’ve been quite underwhelming. Then, he moves on to throwing some respect the way of CBB’s surprise players and coaches.
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Golf Undigested Podcast Episode 12
Clark Burroughs starts off podcast #12 by taking us through last week’s action. Hideki Matsuyama defeats Rickie Fowler in an epic 4-hole playoff to capture the Waste Management Phoenix Open and in the process moves to No. 12 in the latest world golf rankings.
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Respect The Hustle Podcast Episode 15
This week on the Respect the Hustle Podcast, national college basketball analyst William Whelan takes a look at conference races throughout the country and makes his calls, including a shocker in the SEC and a return to the throne in the ACC.
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Respect The Hustle Podcast - Episode 14
This week in the Respect the Hustle Podcast with Will Whelan, he discusses the far-reaching impact that Louisville’s self-imposed postseason ban has around the country before diving into a handful of mid-major conference teams that are vying for their spot in the 2016 NCAA Tournament. Much more inside to discuss, so enjoy this week's episode.
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Golf Undigested Podcast - Episode 11
Burroughs starts off podcast #11 by taking us through last week’s events. Brandt Snedeker comes from six strokes back to win the Farmers Insurance Open in a exciting Monday finish. He recaps the Commercial bank Qatar Masters where Branden “Amazing Grace” steals the show and firmly puts himself into the elite status in the world of golf.
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Respect The Hustle Episode #13
This week on the Respect The Hustle Podcast, analyst William Whelan determines that it’s finally time to start discussing the NCAA Tournament Bubble and some seeding projections. It is February, after all. Who does Whelan think is out, is in, or is right on the edge? Check out the five teams whose profiles he broke down in detail.
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World Tour Soccer Podcast Episode 31
In this week's episode of the World Tour Soccer Podcast, our host Ej the Rainmaker takes us through the weekend and in to early next week, with plays and predictions around the Premier League and Italy.
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