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twolfcast episode 304

twolfcast, the unofficial MN Timberwolves podcast, has a new episode recorded after last night's loss to the Thunder. Follow thte link above to the website, or subscribe on iTunes here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/twolfcast-minnesota-timberwolves/id571122477

Veocast - The XX Factor - women's cycling podcast

Check this out! It's a podcast-documentary dedicated to women's cycling - with interviews from Rochelle Gilmore about her brand new team, Stefan Wyman on fan-backed women's cycling and, erm, me on being a rabid fangirl! Have a listen!

Talking Syracuse Football with the Three Point Stance Podcast

I talked Syracuse football, the Big East, and my prognostications for this year's college football national championship game with Pete Sonski of Big East Coast Bias on this week's Three Point Stance podcast.

Dan Hardy Loves Doug Loves Movies

This week's episode of the podcast Doug Loves Movies features Dan Hardy as part of Doug Benson's guest panel. Along with general roundtable chatter at the top of the show, the guests are subjected to games tangentially related to movie knowledge. I can't vouch for this episode in particular as it's just been posted, but DLM is consistently one of my favorite podcasts. Although Doug is a fight fan, I wouldn't expect a lot of hard-hitting analysis.

Hot Cast In Old Town #3: ...And Four for the Road

"In this week's installment of the Hot Time In Old Town podcast, our four-man crew discusses the four-point road swing against Kansas City and Houston, contintue to debate the fates of the four internationals with questionable roster status, and preview the game against a Los Angeles team that has a fourth DP waiting for a roster spot to open."

For Your Lunchtime Listening Pleasure . . .

. . . I give you me, on the Solid Verbal podcast. Go 'Dawgs!

The Shutdown Corner Podcast: Greg Cosell on the NFC East Draft

Now, it's time to turn our attention to the NFC East. First, we discussed two recent posts by Greg on the must-read NFL Films blog: One on the "winnability" of certain modern quarterbacks, and another on whether the Dallas Cowboys' window has closed (whatever that means). From there, it was a natural progression to talk about what the Cowboys, New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles, and Washington Redskins did in the draft to upgrade their rosters. Greg also reveals some details on a VERY interesting project he's doing with Ron Jaworski.

On the Ice with Phil Naessens Edition 4 May 7th 2012

In the first half of this weeks show Mr. Bowen Pausey and I examine each NHL semi-final matchup and focus once again on the Nashville Predators. We also answer a listeners question in regards to the officiating in the 2012 playoffs. In the second half Mr. Chris Wassel and I take a closer look at New York Ranger rookie sensation Chris Kreider, the upcoming game five of the New Jersey Devils and Philadelphia Flyers and we also discuss the officiating during the 2012 playoffs.

Tonight at 8:00 ET: White Sox Talk with South Side Larry

The White Sox enjoy their first off day today off to a solid 3-2 start so far in 2012. Tonight, on the first in-season episode of White Sox Off Day, Kevin and I talk with Larry about the keys to the Sox start plus which prospects Sox fans should keep an eye on throughout the season. Then we'll take calls and keep on rapping about the White Sox as long as you all want to.

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