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The NCAA Podcasts channel uses multiple different shows (NCAA Social Series, Inside the NCAA, College Sports Conversations) to interview individuals who have unique insight into the world of college sports. Produced by the NCAA, episodes delve into the most pressing topics of the day and offer behind-the-scenes points of view from those who shape college athletics.
 
🏀Louisville, KY native, born in the heart of college hoops and now, scandal. College basketball was rocked with scandal and corruption, as if we didn't already know that. Clearly not isolated, we look back at the most interesting recruitments in NCAA history. Timelines, context, red flags..
 
The hosts for This Week In The BIG EAST are John Rooke, a well-known BIG EAST play-by-play voice for 29 years and Kevin McNamara, who has covered the BIG EAST for 27 seasons at the Providence Journal and is a columnist for Basketball Times. Rooke and McNamara give a comprehensive look at the teams, coaches, players and storied tradition of the top basketball conference in America. This Week in the BIG EAST covers all things college basketball at Butler, Creighton, DePaul, Georgetown, Marquet ...
 
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Bob Griese, the Miami Dolphins’ Hall of Fame quarterback, talks about playing in the 1972 AFC Championship Game after returning from a dislocated ankle injury similar to that of Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott. In this episode we hear a brief interview clip from Griese’s interview for the book, The Game before the Money: Voices of the Men W…
 
What future president played football against Jim Thorpe? What president won an NCAA national championship? Who is the only president to attend an AFL game? Find out the answers on this episode. Let’s have some election-time fun and look at presidents with a connection to football. One worked as an assistant coach on a team that produced two Heisma…
 
Andy Katz and Brian Hainline, NCAA Chief Medical Officer, welcome the start of Division I basketball and discuss resocialization guidelines with Craig Robinson, executive director of the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) and Danielle Donehew, executive director of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA).…
 
John Lobon shares his experience as a member of the Syracuse 8, a group of Syracuse football players who stood up for student-athlete rights and against racial injustice. The players were ultimately suspended for the entire 1970 season but later vindicated in an investigative report ordered by the university. John Lobon tells the story of his stell…
 
Andy Katz and NCAA Chief Medical Officer Brian Hainline are joined by Dr. Cameron Wolfe, associate professor of medicine at Duke and associate of the Duke Initiative for Science & Society and Dr. Katie O’Neal, assistant professor of medicine in the section of infectious diseases at LSU Health New Orleans School of Medicine’s Branch Campus in Baton …
 
Ron McDole shares NFL and AFL stories on The Game Before the Money Podcast. He is the NFL's all-time leader in interceptions by a defensive lineman. His storied 18-year career includes winning the 1964 and 1965 AFL Championships with the Buffalo Bills, and playing in Super Bowl 7 as part of Washington's Over the Hill Gang. You might know McDole by …
 
Andy Katz and NCAA Chief Medical Officer Brian Hainline are joined by Mark Hilinski, founder of Hilinski’s Hope, and Trey Moses, a former Ball State basketball player and currently professional basketball player in Portugal, about how suicides have impacted their lives directly and the importance of supporting college athlete mental health and well…
 
Did you know the Columbia University football team helped with the Manhattan Project? Don’t feel bad if you didn’t know that – the players didn’t know either! Learn what role the Columbia Lions football played in the top secret Manhattan Project on this 5 Minutes of Football History edition of The Game Before the Money Podcast. The Game before the …
 
Andy Katz and NCAA Chief Medical Officer Brian Hainline meet with two members of the newly formed COVID-19 Medical Advisory Group – Dr. Doug Aukerman, senior associate athletic director for sports medicine at Oregon State and Dr. Carly Day, head team physician at Purdue - to discuss the new group and what they are focusing on moving forward.…
 
Walt Garrison played for the Dallas Cowboys from 1966-1974. In this podcast, you will hear excerpts from his interview for The Game before the Money: Voices of the Men Who Built the NFL. You will get a feel for what it’s like to sit down with a true NFL legend and hear him share some great stories. In these outtakes not used in the book, Walt takes…
 
Corbin McGuire talks with Ethan Good, chair of the Division I Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and former basketball player and neuroscience graduate from Bowling Green State University, about the Division I Council's decision to approve the SAAC-led civic engagement legislation that includes Election Day, and what all that means for current and …
 
Greg Johnson talks with Grace Calhoun, chair of the Division I Council and director of athletics and recreation at the University of Pennsylvania, about the Council's decision to approve the SAAC-led civic engagement legislation that includes Election Day, changes to the FCS Championship, extending the recruiting dead period, moving fall championsh…
 
We toast the kickoff to the 2020 NFL season by celebrating some of the best NFL Week 1 games of all-time. What are some of the best Week 1 moments in NFL history? We look at some record-setting performances, including one NFL record that has stood for nearly 70 years! Take a trip to the first-ever American Football League game, the first game in Mi…
 
Karl Mecklenburg played linebacker for the Denver Broncos and helped guide the team to three Super Bowls. Hear him share memories of “The Drive” in the 1986 AFC Championship Game and “The Fumble” in the 1987 AFC Championship Game. You will also hear his inspirational story of hard work and dedication that earned him a spot in the NFL. Karl Mecklenb…
 
Andy Katz and Dr. Brian Hainline, NCAA chief medical officer, are joined by Dr. Colleen Kraft, associate chief medical officer of Emory University Hospital and member of the NCAA COVID-19 advisory panel, to shed light around recent advances in testing procedures and on what the developments mean for the return of college sports.…
 
Have the recent boycotts in the NBA and Major League Baseball made you wonder if national events and protests affected pro and college football in the past? This episode of The Game before the Money provides an overview of three times players protested against the social climate: the 1965 AFL All-Star Game, the Wyoming Black 14, and the Syracuse 8.…
 
Corbin McGuire talks with Tamika Catchings, an NCAA national champion, a WNBA champion, a four time Olympic gold medalist, a Naismith Hall of Fame inductee, and now vice president of basketball operations for the WNBA's Indiana Fever, about her basketball career, her determination to overcome a hearing disability, and what she is doing with her pos…
 
In an exciting new addition to The Game before the Money Podcast we premiere, “Stories from the Vault” – great moments from the interviews for The Game before the Money: Voices of the Men Who Built the NFL that weren’t used in the book. Goose Gonsoulin was the first member of the Denver Broncos and is enshrined in the Broncos Ring of Fame. Included…
 
Andy Katz is joined by three college athletes - Preslie Anderson, a senior volleyball player and legal studies major at the University of California, Berkeley; Keion Brooks, Jr., a sophomore basketball player and a communications major at the University of Kentucky; and Adam Shibley, a senior football player and communications and media major at th…
 
Pete Brewster played nine seasons in the NFL, including seven with Paul Brown’s legendary Cleveland Browns of the 1950s and made the Pro Bowl as a receiver. He also worked as an assistant coach for the Kansas City Chiefs when they won Super Bowl 4 and was a member of the very first Minnesota Vikings coaching staff. Brewster shared stories with me d…
 
Many fans know that Dick “Night Train” Lane holds the single-season interception record. Did you also know he also co-holds the record for the longest touchdown reception in Cardinals history? Hear the story as told by Cardinal quarterback Odgen Compton. There are incredible triumphs and incomparable tragedies in Night Train Lane’s life – literally…
 
Andy Katz and NCAA Chief Medical Officer Brian Hainline are joined by NCAA President Mark Emmert and Kentucky President Eli Capilouto to discuss the NCAA Board of Governors action directing divisions, conferences and schools to meet specific requirements if they are to conduct NCAA fall sports during the preseason, regular season and postseason.…
 
President Richard Nixon called to congratulate Washington Redskins head coach George Allen his team defeated the Dallas Cowboys in October of 1972. This episode features the lion’s share of their conversation which was about 15 minutes. Football dominates the conversation as the two discuss Washington’s come-from-behind victory at home. Nixon displ…
 
Andy Katz and NCAA Chief Medical Officer Brian Hainline talk with Leon McDougle, Chief Diversity Officer of The Ohio State University Wexler Medical Center and member of the NCAA Coronavirus Advisory Panel, to address the social and mental aspects of COVID-19 with a focus on the college sports environment.…
 
Roger Zatkoff starred at linebacker for the University of Michigan in the early 1950s. He went on to star in the NFL for the Green Bay Packers and Detroit Lions. He won the NFL Championship with the 1957 Lions. Hear Roger share stories of playing for Michigan under iconic coach Bennie Oosterbaan and winning the 1957 NFL Championship with the Detroi…
 
Can a season be defined by one play? The 1972 Oakland Raiders are best remembered as the team on the wrong side of the Pittsburgh Steelers Immaculate Reception play. What was the team's season really like? Find out on this episode of The Game before the Money Podcast. The football history podcast is hosted and produced by Jackson Michael, author of…
 
Andy Katz and NCAA Chief Medical Officer Brian Hainline walk through the latest update to the NCAA’s resocialization guidelines with Shane Lyons, director of athletics at West Virginia and chair of the Division I Football Oversight Committee and Stephanie Chu, team physician at Colorado and member of the NCAA Coronavirus Advisory Panel.…
 
You often hear people say, "Football builds character." Here are four life lessons that can be gleaned from 1970s NFL football that you can apply to your life and career today! The Game before the Money Podcast comes out each Tuesday. You can learn more at https://TheGameBeforeTheMoney.com.על ידי Jackson Michael
 
The NCAA Office of Inclusion hosted a discussion on creating communities of belonging, where five student-athletes, from across NCAA Divisions I, II and III, shared their experiences with racial inequities and how they are using their voices and platforms to advocate for change. Today’s Social Series is devoted to giving them and their voices anoth…
 
What NFL franchises have changed nicknames through the years? We look at 5 franchises who have rebranded themselves under a new name. Teams include the Pittsburgh Steelers, Chicago Bears, New York Jets, Dallas Cowboys, and Oakland Raiders. This is a 5 Minutes of Football History edition of The Game before the Money Podcast. New editions of 5 Minute…
 
Ken Hall owned the national high school rushing record for 59 years until NFL star Derrick Henry broke the record in 2012. Learn about the history of the record and where NFL greats like Emmitt Smith and Herschel Walker fit into the mix. This episode is a Five Minutes of Football History edition of The Game before the Money Podcast. Five Minutes of…
 
Andy Katz is joined by Dr. Amy Wilson, NCAA Managing Director of Inclusion; Dr. Kenneth Chew, Jr., Director of Student Counseling at Indiana State University; and Jacqie McWilliams, Commissioner of the CIAA; to have a discussion focusing on racial equality and the importance of allyship.על ידי NCAA Podcasts
 
Dub Jones played for the Cleveland Browns during their glory days winning championships in the NFL and AAFC. He is one of only three players in NFL history to score 6 touchdowns in one game. He shares stories accomplishing the feat and about the 1950 NFL Championship Game. He also was a member of the Browns coaching staff when they won the 1964 NFL…
 
Michelle Hosick talks with Jon Steinbrecher, chair of the Division I Working Group on Transfers and Commissioner of the Mid-American Conference, about the origins of the group, their goals and what the hopes for the transfer landscape looks like in the near future.על ידי NCAA Podcasts
 
A look at Pat Mahomes leading the Kansas City Chiefs to victory in Super Bowl 54 after entering the fourth quarter trailing by 10 points and what similarities that comeback has with two other great fourth-quarter comebacks in NFL championship history: Otto Graham with the 1950 Cleveland Browns and Johnny Unitas with the 1958 Baltimore Colts. This e…
 
Andy Katz is joined by Dr. Fayneese Miller, President of Hamline University; Tori Murden McClure, President of Spalding University; and Dr. David Wilson, President of Morgan State University, to discuss how their respective campuses, administrators and students are reacting to the racial injustice and protests the country is facing.…
 
Chicago Bears rookie Gale Sayers scored on the Bears first possession against the San Francisco 49ers on December 12, 1965. He scored two more touchdowns in the second quarter. Then he kept right on scoring and didn't stop until he blasted the 49ers with six touchdowns on a cold and muddy afternoon at Wrigley Field. Sayers became the third player i…
 
Andy Katz and NCAA Chief Medical Officer Brian Hainline are joined by Dr. Stephany Coakley, Senior Associate Athletic Director for Mental Health at Temple University, and Myles Cale, a basketball player and social and behavioral sciences major at Seton Hall University, to have a discussion focused on the mental and emotional toll the pandemic and r…
 
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