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College Sports Now

The Varsity Podcast Network

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A podcast for college sports fans by college sports fans. Stephen Hartzell hosts along with the rotating cast of Roddy Jones, Wayne Cook, and Michael Felder as they provide analysis of all the latest news and developments in the world of college athletics. Follow College Sports Now on Twitter @CSNowTweets!
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College Sports Communicators

College Sports Communicators

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College Sports Communicators is the premier professional and educational association for strategic, creative and digital communicators across intercollegiate athletics in the U.S. and Canada. Known as College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) for its first 65 years (1957-2022), the organization adopted a new name and associated visual identity in 2022-23. Our new brand identity is a major step in a larger strategic plan to define the association’s evolution and expansion. It i ...
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Check out the best podcast for Big 12 football and general college football and college basketball fans. We cover the Baylor Bears, Iowa State Cyclones, Kansas Jayhawks, Kansas State Wildcats, Oklahoma Sooners, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Texas Longhorns, Texas Tech Red Raiders, TCU Horned Frogs and the West Virginia Mountaineers! All part of HeartlandCollegeSports.com!
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Welcome to the Black College Sports & Education Foundation Podcast, which was borne from a spirit of stewardship to reach the underserved students and athletes who wish to pursue secondary education or careers in the global marketplaces. In addition, Black College Sports History & Legends is dedicated to the preservation of the legacies of Black College Athletics.
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Amateur Hour: A News & Observer college sports podcast

Andrew Carter, The News & Observer

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Andrew Carter, a reporter with The News & Observer and Charlotte Observer, hosts Amateur Hour, a podcast about college sports and other topics. The focus of Amateur Hour will be on the Triangle-area ACC schools -- Duke, North Carolina and N.C. State -- and will include insights and behind-the-scenes knowledge from The News & Observer staff.
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Yahoo Sports' Dan Wetzel & Ross Dellenger, along with SI’s Pat Forde break down the latest college football & college basketball news with their unique blend of analysis, investigative journalism and eclectic humor. There will be overreactions, there will be beer, there will be reptiles, mascot fights, Florida Man stories & fast-food wars.
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The Big 12 basketball schedule on Saturday, February 24th, featured multiple overtime games as Pete Mundo from Heartland College Sports breaks down the games and what they mean for the future of the league. If you don't have ESPN+ yet for all your BIG 12 action, sign up using our code for $10,99 per month and cancel at any time: https://shorturl.at…
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The regular season ends in nine days?! We reset all of the major conferences on this week's WBB show. While Megan is off galivanting in the Big Easy, Her Hoop Stats' Calvin Wetzel (@cwetzel31) joins Rob Joyce to hit on all of the major events from the last week - Indiana finally notching a marquee win, the craziness from Oregon State-UCLA, then the…
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Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger & SI’s Pat Forde kick off the podcast analyzing the new approved format for the College Football Playoff, which will have five automatic qualifiers and seven at-large bids. There is already much discomfort from the SEC & Big Ten about the amount of automatic qualifiers, but we finally have an expanded 12-team playoff. The…
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In this February edition of our NAIA-SIDA Spotlight series, Rachel Moore visited with Jeff Braun, Assistant AD/Sports Information Director of Midland University in Fremont, Nebraska. The duo visited about Jeff's time in high school athletics early in his career and how he oversees one of the largest athletic departments in the country.This content …
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Big 12 basketball continues to beat itself up, and that might mean fewer teams in the 2024 NCAA Tournament. Heartland College Sports' Pete Mundo and Matthew Postins discuss the week that was across the league and who is dancing and who isn't.Pete Mundo
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There were three court storms on Wednesday night, and we're gonna talk about all of 'em. Matt Norlander & Stephen Hartzell have takes on Kentucky, Illinois, and Dayton all going down on the road, plus some brief discussion on #1 UConn getting smoked in Omaha on Tuesday night. Plenty to look forward to this weekend with the hoops schedule, including…
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Dugouts, Dumbbells, & Dingers returns as Kyle Schassburger & David Kahn react to opening weekend on the diamond. Both reveal their first-ever 'Power-10,' and break out some classics in naming their 'Dudes' & dishing out 'Hat tips.' Plus, 6-4-3 Charts Data Scientist Forrest Allen (32:20) joins the show to explain the merits of a revolutionary new me…
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Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger & SI’s Pat Forde open up the podcast giving their thoughts on the prolonged College Football Playoff media deal discussions. After rumblings that a proposed six-year deal fell through between the CFP and ESPN, the guys address why a new agreement hasn’t come together yet. Ross provides an update on when we could see the n…
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We're at home with the kids, but the show must go on! Matt Norlander from CBS Sports joins Hartzell to unpack the weekend of college basketball - including Kentucky at Auburn, which Norlander took in with his own eyes. Jeff Borzello from ESPN joins the program to run through the new AP Top 25, plus some coaching hot seat discussion (the PAC12 could…
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Did we help Houston and Iowa State move to Big Monday? Plus, the Big 12 basketball schedule had itself another full Saturday, but did some teams have their bubbles burst? Heartland College Sports' Pete Mundo looks back on the weekend and where the teams go from here.Pete Mundo
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A busy WBB show! The NCAA Tournament Selection Committee had its initial reveal of the top-16 seeds. Her Hoop Stats' Megan Gauer and Rob Joyce give their takeaways from the announcement and recap all the games from the last week... and Rob gives a public mea culpa to Nebraska. Then the head coach of the Oregon State Beavers, Scott Rueck, jumps on t…
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The Chris Holtman firing kicked off what folks expect to be a hectic coaching carousel for college hoops, so we talk about the latest in Columbus with Matt Norlander and get his scoop on Ohio State. Are the Buckeyes a top-5 job in the new-look Big Ten?v Norlander thinks so, Hartzell says no. Midweek recap and a lookahead to this weekend, where Norl…
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Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger & SI’s Pat Forde react to discussions surrounding expansion for the NCAA’s college basketball tournaments and the College Football Playoff. The college leaders are meddling again and the guys are not happy about it. This time the college basketball championship tournament is drawing attention. After rumblings about possib…
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Another Big 12 coach, this time Kansas' Bill Self, got thrown out of a game this week, making it three Big 12 coaches in just over one week. Heartland College Sports' Pete Mundo reacts to what's going on and how to fix it. Plus the Big 12 is moving football media days to Las Vegas (6:45), and the new College Football Playoff contract with ESPN coul…
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Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger & SI’s Pat Forde kick off the podcast breaking down the coaching turnover that took place over the last few days at UCLA. It all started when UCLA head coach Chip Kelly decided to take the open offensive coordinator position at Ohio State late last week. Kelly made waves by leaving a respected head coaching position to be…
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Season 5 of our college baseball content from College Sports Now returns with a HUGE special. We spotlight the Wake Forest Demon Deacons, the unanimous preseason No. 1 team, ahead of Opening Day across college baseball this weekend. From the bowels of the Deacs’ beautiful baseball offices in Winston-Salem, Kyle Schassburger & David Kahn visit with …
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Norlander and Hartzell serve up some hoops talk after opening with 10 minutes of Super Bowl reaction. Who else had a rough weekend besides the Niners? Tennessee, Auburn, Indiana, Wisconsin, and Kentucky just to name a few. The guys talk losers (and winners) from the weekend, plus some bubble talk and - of course - some solid 'Now Spinning' with Ush…
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Another Her Hoop Stats edition of CSN! Rob Joyce and Megan Gauer break down a hectic week on the hardwood, including a ton of Thursday night ACC action (is Virginia Tech truly the team to beat now?), some games with important bubble implications and a talk on who on Earth will be a 1-seed next month. Plus we talk Caitlin Clark's legacy as she is se…
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Pete Mundo and Matthew Postins react to another wild week of Big 12 basketball as the standings compress, plus the officiating drama hits its apex with another coach ejected, and we look at a great Saturday ahead of Big 12 hoops.Pete Mundo
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If you're a ranked team in college basketball, odds are you're playing a road game this weekend against someone who's unranked. It could be a wild next couple of days on the hardwood, and we got Hartzell & Norlander to recap what was and preview what's coming. Evan Miyakawa - of EvanMiya.com fame - joins the show to talk analytics and expand on how…
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Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger & SI’s Pat Forde examine the news that Kirk Herbstreit may have contributed to quarterback Dylan Raiola flipping from Georgia to Nebraska. In an interview with Rivals, Dylan’s father Dominic Raiola recalls a phone call with Kirk Herbstreit discussing the impact that his son would have on Nebraska. Raiola’s flip is not onl…
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CSC U Webinar(presented by the CSC U Committee and geared toward young professionals)Getting CreativeOriginal air date: Feb. 6, 2024This webinar focused on how athletic communications staff - particularly new professionals, interns, undergraduate and graduate student assistants - can tackle the ever demanding world of creative media and design by u…
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As the Big 12 Conference basketball season keeps heating up, it's time to recognize this league is the new Big East, and it's great for this league. Heartland College Sports' Pete Mundo explains that and more of the top stories this week.Pete Mundo
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Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger & SI’s Pat Forde examine the fallout from SEC & Big Ten commissioners Greg Sankey and Tony Petitti creating a new partnership on the future of college football. Don’t call it an alliance, the SEC and Big Ten are now jointly working on their own proposal outside of the NCAA to progress college athletics. The guys highlight…
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What if I told you there was a show that contained breakdowns of every top-10 matchup from the hoops weekend (there were four), plus you got Norlander's list of top 5 teams to cut down the nets AND Grammy's talk? Oh yeah, we also got ACC legend Joe Ovies to come by and dunk on the metrics guys (like Norlander) and give us some reaction from UNC/Duk…
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The Big 12 Conference had itself a hectic Saturday, including the underdogs winning almost every game. Heartland College Sports' Pete Mundo reacts to every game, including Kansas rolling Houston, Scott Drew's ejection and more.Pete Mundo
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Another week, another #2 ranked team loses, just one of many top-15 teams to take an L in the last week. Rob Joyce and Her Hoop Stats' Megan Gauer run through it all: we give love to Oregon State and Notre Dame, Megan names a few mid-majors vying for at-large bids, Rob is all the way out on two preseason national championship favorites and we previ…
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The games this weekend are absolutely loaded so why not drop a fire Thursday show - with tons of sound - to get your mind right before Saturday. What went down in college hoops so far this week? A lot. You'll hear clips from the UNC loss, the S. Carolina upset, UK going down at home, and that's just in the first 15 minutes. Wes Durham from the ACC …
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Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger & SI’s Pat Forde devote today’s episode to Tennessee’s lawsuit against the NCAA after reports that the University of Tennessee is under investigation for NIL violations. The school has received help from both the Tennessee and Virginia attorneys general in a lawsuit against the NCAA in attempts to get a court’s ruling to …
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On-Demand College Sports Communicators WebinarWorking with men's lacrosse statistics & state rulesLearning more about the sport of men's lacrosse and producing accurate statistics. On Tuesday, Jan. 30, we held our sixth in the 2023-2024 CSC statistics/stat rules webinar series.Generating consistent statistics and consistent stat reporting are essen…
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Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger & SI’s Pat Forde give their thoughts on the news of Jim Harbaugh leaving Michigan to coach the Los Angeles Chargers. After a storied and drama-filled college tenure, Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh has chosen to return to the NFL and coach the Los Angeles Chargers. The podcast reflects on his time at Michigan and revisit…
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