A collection of podcasts from HawkeyeReport.com
New podcast as we preview the upcoming final spring practice for the Hawkeyes, discuss Brock Harding being named Mr. Basketball in Illinois, and have a long discussion about the coordinator press conferences this week in Iowa City, particularly what Brian Ferentz said. Then we wrap up talking a lot of football and basketball recruiting.
It’s portal season so that means plenty of talk about the transfer portal for Iowa men’s and women’s basketball. We start with Fran McCaffery picking up a portal commit from big man Ben Krikke. What is Iowa getting in Krikke and where does Iowa stand with other portal targets? Then we dive into the women’s hoops portal where the Hawkeyes now have an opening. Who might Lisa Bluder be targeting in the portal and how realistic are they? Then we talk some Iowa football and what we are hearing from spring practice, plus the portal opening up again for football and positions they will be targeting.
The NCAA title game is in the books and there’s plenty to talk about following the Hawkeyes falling short against LSU on Sunday afternoon. Tom Kakert and Matt Randazzo look back at the game and the subpar officiating that took place and took away from the game. Then we dive into the Angel Reese and Kim Mulkey issues coming out of the game. We also praise Lisa Bluder and Caitlin Clark for the way they handled the entire situation. Finally we wrap up talking about the transfer portal and a few upcoming visitors for Fran McCaffery.
It’s a special edition of the podcast with the Iowa women’s basketball team playing for a national title on Sunday afternoon.Tom Kakert and Kyle Huesmann, who is down covering the Hawkeyes in Dallas, discuss the huge win over South Carolina and how Iowa did it. Then we preview the Iowa vs. LSU game for the national title and what the Hawkeyes will need to do to bring home the crown.
It’s a special edition of the Hawkeye Report Podcast celebrating the Iowa women’s basketball team punching their ticket to the Final Four with a win over Louisville. Kyle Huesmann was in Seattle and fills us in on what it was like to be there to see Caitlin Clark play one of greatest games in NCAA Tournament history. We also discuss what this win means to the career of Lisa Bluder and her staff. Finally we talk a little Iowa baseball as the Hawkeyes swept their series against Western Michigan and are off to the best start in school history with a huge series coming up this weekend against Maryland.
A very entertaining new podcast as we are joined by future Hawkeyes Owen Freeman, Brock Harding, and Pryce Sandfort. We discuss the end of their high school seasons and Brock and Owen winning a state championship and Pryce being named Mr. Basketball in the state of Iowa. We talk about their future at Iowa and much more. Then we discuss the departures of Ahron Ulis and Josh Ogundele from the Iowa program and what it might mean for Iowa’s scholarship situation. Finally we talk some Iowa football with the start of spring practice on Wednesday and plenty of news from the Kirk Ferentz presser, most if it dealing with injuries to quite a few players. d
The Iowa women’s hoops team is off to the Sweet 16! They beat Georgia on Sunday at a loud Carver-Hawkeye Arena. Tom Kakert and Kyle Huesmann visit about the win over the Bulldogs and how the Hawkeyes were able to move on. We also discuss the Iowa men’s hoops team fall to Auburn and the long list of questions for Fran McCaffery’s team heading into the off-season. Finally, we look back at the Iowa wrestlers finishing second in at the NCAA Championships and the stunning loss by Spencer Lee and then wrap up talking about the 15-3 Iowa baseball team, who swept South Dakota State this weekend.
The NCAA Tournament bracket has been released and the Iowa men’s and women’s basketball teams are included. Tom Kakert and Matt Randazzo start with a discussion of the Iowa men’s team drawing the Auburn Tigers and head coach Bruce Pearl. We look at the coaching career of Pearl, including his time at Iowa and the overall match-up. Then we discuss the Iowa women being a two seed and in the women’s bracket and if they should have been a #1 seed. Finally we wrap up discussing Matt’s weekend in Champaign covering future Hawkeyes Brock Harding and Owen Freeman leading Moline to a state title.
It’s been a pretty crazy week off the field of play for Iowa athletics. The racial discrimination lawsuit has been settled and it’s a controversial decision. Our good friend Chad Leistikow from the Des Moines Register joins us to discuss his reporting on the story and if Iowa AD Gary Barta could end up being let go from his job. We then discuss the Iowa women’s hoops team as they become a huge national story heading into the NCAA Tournament. Finally we discuss the men’s Big Ten Tournament coming up this weekend and if Iowa can win two in a row.
What a busy weekend for Hawkeye fans! So busy that Sunday night Tom Kakert and Kyle Huesmann did a podcast to recap it. We start with women’s hoops and the Hawkeyes winning a Big Ten title. We discuss the greatness of Caitlin Clark and if Iowa is a one seed. Then we talk men’s hoops and the disappointing loss to Nebraska that dropped Iowa to a five seed in the Big Ten Tournament. We then jump to Iowa baseball and their best start since 2015, after a three game weekend sweep. We also talk Iowa wrestling and Spencer Lee and Real Woods winning individual titles and wrap up talking about Iowa football players crushing the NFL Combine.
We continue on with our Ready to Report series in podcast form with another player from Illinois headed to Iowa City. This time it’s defensive back John Nestor. He was a relatively early commitment in this class and we discuss why he picked Iowa over other Big Ten and Big 12 schools. Nestor also talks about his football journey, his hopes in the first year at Iowa, and his excitement for the first time he will be running out of the tunnel at Kinnick.
We continue our Ready to Report series of podcast as we visit with the incoming Iowa football recruits. This time we spend 15 minutes with offensive lineman Cannon Leonard. We discuss how he found his way to football after growing up dreaming of playing D1 basketball. His time playing hoops with two future Hawkeyes and his brother playing football for Illinois. Plus his relationship with Coach Barnett and when he knew he was going to be a Hawkeye.
Hawkeye baseball is front and center this week on the podcast. Tom Kakert and Kyle Huesmann, who is in Omaha covering the Iowa baseball team, break down the Hawkeyes come from behind win over Indiana to advance to the Big Ten Tournament semifinals. We discuss the start by Brody Brecht and how the Iowa bullpen was strong while the Iowa offense punished the Hoosiers pen. We look ahead to the next game and Iowa’s chances of being a two seed in an NCAA regional. We also talk some Iowa women’s hoops and some college football news.
Iowa athletic director Gary Barta is retiring. That means we have to do a special emergency podcast. Scott Dochterman from The Athletic joins the pod to discuss the complicated legacy for the long time AD for the Hawkeyes. We look at the positives during the Barta era when it comes to facilities and we discuss the negatives including legal issues that resulted in the financial losses for the Iowa athletic department and the actions during the pandemic taken by Barta to removed several sports and how that resulted in lawsuit. We also discuss potential candidates for the job and the importance of making a solid hire with several high profile coaches in their mid-60’s.
It was a jam packed podcast this week. First Matt Randazzo returns to the show to discuss a pretty cool event happening with the John Deere Classic in early July. Iowa star Caitlin Clark is playing golf at the Pro-Am with Zach Johnson. It’s a pretty cool event and we discuss it. Then Kyle Huesmann joins the pod and we go in-depth on the Iowa baseball team traveling to Indiana State for the NCAA Tournament. We preview the game against North Carolina and more. Finally, we discuss Beth Goetz being named interim athletic director and what that means and Iowa basketball and their chances of landing transfer Grant Nelson from NDSU.
We get back to our Ready to Report podcast series. This time we are joined by wide receiver Alex Mota. The in-state standout just graduated from high school and is excited to get started this summer in Iowa City. Mota looks back at his recruiting process and how Iowa initially recruited him as a defensive back before flipping him to wide receiver. That decision got him to verbally commit a few hours later. He looks back on that process and his expectation for his first year with the Hawkeyes.
A special edition of the podcast this week. With Caitlin Clark playing in the Pro-Am at the John Deere Classic, we were fortunate to get her playing partner for that day, Zach Johnson, to join us. We are also joined by JDC Tournament Director Andrew Lehman to discuss the event and how you can bring your kids to the course that day for free. Of course, we also talk a lot of Iowa football with some predictions for the upcoming season and Zach talks about being the captain for the USA team in the Ryder Cup this fall.
Back to back big guests on the podcast! This time around we are honored to have one of the greatest players in Iowa basketball history join us. Luka Garza comes on the podcast to promote his upcoming basketball camps taking place this month in Urbandale, Iowa. We discuss what the camps will be like for the kids and adding a Father/Son Camp this year on Father’s Day weekend. You can sign up for the camp at LukaGarzaAcademy.com. We also discuss his NBA journey the last two years and much more.
A lot of ground to cover on the podcast this week. Kyle Huesmann joins the show and we take a look back at the Iowa baseball season. We also look at the recent roster movement with additions and subtractions via the transfer portal and what might be ahead. Then we dive into Kyle’s summer check-in on Iowa women’s hoops. We also look at Tom’s summer check-in on Fran McCaffery’s team. Finally we rundown all the latest recruiting news on the football front.
It continues to be a busy summer for Hawkeye news that we need to discuss on the podcast. Tom Kakert and Matt Randazzo discuss Iowa football players speaking to the media on Wednesday. We discuss meeting linebacker Nick Jackson and QB Cade McNamara talking about taking a group of players to California for training. We then dive into a big week of football recruiting for the Class of 2024 and 2025 and a commitment coming for the Hawkeyes? Then we talk some Iowa hoops and recruiting for the Class of 2024 and 2025 for Fran McCaffery.
Story for small children till age 7.entertainment for adults and children.
Stories for Kids·Kids & Family
A bi-monthly podcast recapping Gaston Leroux’s 1909 novel “The Phantom of the Opera” with various detours and side quests along the way by two dizzy broads who love Phantom.
کانال تلگرام @khate_sokhan
Former NFL journalist David Bradford and former Daily Beacon fantasy football analyst Daniel Scrugham break down the NFL landscape from their unique perspectives. David provides informed analysis from his journalistic experience, while Daniel combines analytics, fantasy football, and Vegas betting trends to provide a clear picture of today's NFL.
Welcome to the new and hottest podcast of 2021...I'm just kidding🤣Its me your host Kai Gallop, in these weekly episodes you'll be hearing topics that I have opinions on to motivation talks and even listening to a few guests and exploring there life in many ways. Amongst other subjects. I hope you enjoy🙂 Find me on all podcast platforms and social media⬇️ https://linktr.ee/WorkBeatsPodcast
Health & Fitness·Fitness
A delve into the world of research, how it affects our lives and the world we live in. A University of the West of Scotland podcast.
A podcast where the story is made up and the rules barely matter.
How do we design buildings and cities for a planet in crisis? And how do we create an equitable world for all life? Join sustainability strategist and author, Nirmal Kishnani, on Ecogradia, a new weekly podcast where we explore the way forward with experts and practitioners at the frontlines of sustainable architecture and urbanism. If you seek inspiring stories and provocative points of view, innovative ideas, and solutions that are future-ready, Ecogradia is for you. Each episode pushes the boundaries of knowledge so you can shape your own journey, beyond ‘less harm’ to ‘doing good’. To get even more out of this podcast, go to ecogradia.com to find all our episode notes. You can also follow us, leave a review or share your views on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. The first season of Ecogradia is sponsored by the Holcim Foundation for Sustainable Construction.
Conversations with a wide range of people about their favorite books, songs & movies.
Society & Culture
Come listen to ASA talk about being African in university and all its trials & tribulations.