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Colin is joined by Jason Timpf, host of “Hoops Tonight” to break down the Celtics win over the Mavericks in Game 3! They start with the Mavericks inability to match up with the Celtics (4:30) and Jaylen Brown’s ascension to a 2nd tier superstar in the league (7:30). Then they focus on Luka Doncic being a complete liability on the defensive end of the floor (13:00) and why it’s nearly impossible to win a title when your star can���t hang on defense (23:00). Next, they discuss why Jayson Tatum is the perfect star for this Celtics squad (25:00) and why we’ve possibly underestimated how great Boston is (27:00). Finally, they discuss the life and legacy of Jerry West  and his impact on the history of the league (32:00) and why the Celtics were just too good NOT to win the title this year (43:00) (Timestamps may vary based on advertisements.) Follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter for the latest content and updates!  #Volume #Herd #HoopsTonightSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Introducing How I Stopped Fearing Boredom from The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos.Follow the show: The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie SantosDr Laurie HATES boredom! Since childhood she's found it so painful that she'll do anything to avoid being bored. She'll watch crappy TV. She'll find extra work to do. She'll snack. But boredom is actually an incredibly useful tool to boost our happiness and creativity.   With the help of leading boredom experts, Dr Laurie learns how to embrace doing nothing and finds that in the midst of tedium our brains can come up with the most amazing breakthrough ideas. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.DISCLAIMER: Please note, this is an independent podcast episode not affiliated with, endorsed by, or produced in conjunction with the host podcast feed or any of its media entities. The views and opinions expressed in this episode are solely those of the creators and guests. For any concerns, please reach out to team@podroll.fm.
Colin is joined by Jason Timpf, host of “Hoops Tonight” to break down the Celtics win over the Mavericks in Game 2! They start with the series being terribly lopsided in the favor of the Boston Celtics (3:30) and why two straight Boston wins have shown that Jayson Tatum isn’t the alpha “get a bucket” guy that’s necessary for the Celtics to win the series (8:30)  They both predict the series will be over in five games (10:30) and Colin predicts that despite their dominant performance so far, Boston won’t be a dynasty (15:00). Finally, they debate whether Dan Hurley will take the Lakers job (22:30) and whether it was a mistake to leave Caitlin Clark off the roster for the Olympic team (27:00). (Timestamps may vary based on advertisements.) Follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter for the latest content and updates!  #Volume #Herd #HoopsTonight See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Colin’s top takes of the week! First, he’s joined by John Middlekauff, host of “3 and Out” to debate whether Aaron Rodgers can stay healthy for a full seventeen game season (3:00) and what the giant contract extension for Jalen Waddle means for the future of Tua (7:30). Then they dive into the strange marriage between “big brand” Russell Wilson and the lunch-pail culture of the Pittsburgh Steelers and whether it will last (11:30). Next, Colin is joined by Nick Wright, host of “First Things First” on FS1 to discuss Caitlin Clark’s “messy” start to her WNBA career (21:00) and why the WNBA is actually MORE physical than the NBA (28:00). Then, they debate the reasons why no young NFL quarterbacks say they want to emulate Tom Brady and instead choose more flashy guys like Aaron Rodgers (30:00) They wrap up with their 16 round NFL starting quarterback draft (38:30)! Finally, Colin is joined by Jason Timpf, host of “Hoops Tonight” to break down the massive game 1 from Kristaps Porzingis,  why he was the difference maker, and why “small ball” only worked for the Warriors (49:00). They also discuss the Lakers pursuit of Dan Hurley for their next head coach and why the Lakers HAD to take a big swing (54:00). (Timestamps may vary based on advertisements.) Follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter for the latest content and updates!  #Volume #HerdSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Colin is joined by Jason Timpf, host of “Hoops Tonight” to break down the Celtics blow out win in game 1 over the Mavericks They start with the massive game for Kristaps Porzingis,  why he was the difference maker, and why “small ball” only worked for the Warriors. (3:30) They agree that this was a massive win for Celtics coach Joe Mazzula (8:30) and Colin predicts Jaylen Brown will win MVP of the series (12:30).  They dissect the difference between the two teams and why Dallas was reacting, while Boston was setting the tempo for the game (19:00). Colin breaks down why the Mavs are limited when Kyrie is off whereas Boston has five guys that could be a #2 on any team (26:00). They credit Brad Stevens for taking a big swing and finding the right fit for Porzigis (31:30) and make their predictions for game 2 (39:00). Finally, they give their thoughts on the Lakers targeting Danny Hurley as their next head coach (43:00) and why the Lakers need to take a big swing as they transition into their next phase as LeBron heads into his final years in the league (53:00) (Timestamps may vary based on advertisements.) Follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter for the latest content and updates!  #Volume #Herd #HoopsTonightSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Colin is joined by Nick Wright, host of “First Things First” on FS1! They start with the realization that young quarterbacks never aspire to emulate Tom Brady (3:00) and despite Brady’s greatness, he wasn’t an “artist”. (5:00) Colin identifies the current NFL quarterback that is Brady’s closest “comp” (13:00). Colin laments not “seeing it coming” with CJ Stroud (17:30), asks Nick who his biggest miss was (21:00) and Colin and Nick conduct their NFL starting quarterback mock draft (24:30)! Follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter for the latest content and updates! #Volume #Herd See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Colin is joined by Nick Wright, host of “First Things First” on FS1!  They HAD to start with Colin’s recent take about Trump’s conviction that went viral on social media (3:00), why they don’t buy the doomsayers take on society (6:00) and why the constant grievance politics doesn’t work for them (11:00) Then, they pivot to the WNBA and why its explosion in popularity due to Caitlin Clark was bound to be “messy” (19:30). They compare it to the NBA and conclude that the WNBA is actually MORE physical than the NBA (27:30) and why Angel Reese taking on a “villain” role is great for the sport (35:00) Don’t forget to check back for part 2 of the conversation with Nick! (Timestamps may vary based on advertisements.) Follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter for the latest content and updates!  #Volume #HerdSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Colin is joined by John Middlekauff, host of “3 and Out” to talk offseason football! They start college football and Colin explains why he thinks the enormity of the 12 team playoff will render most rivalries obsolete (4:30) They break down why staffing changes will help USC turn the corner (10:30) and why four teams stand out as winning the NIL race (14:45) They make their projections for USC’s first year in the Big 10 (19:00), why it will be Ohio State’s conference going foward (23:00) and why Ohio State could regain their more physical identity after losing it for a very good reason (24:45). They project an explosion in college football ratings (26:30) talk about why Tom Brady is likely to be incredibly good as a color analyst on FOX broadcasts (28:00) and Colin explains why on-air chemistry is so difficult to achieve (31:30) Follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter for the latest content and updates! #Volume #Herd #3andOutSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Colin is joined by John Middlekauff, host of “3 and Out” to talk offseason football! They start with the Bears and whether being chosen for “Hard Knocks” could be a detrimental distraction (3:30), whether Matt Eberflus survives the season (5:15) and make their projections for the Bears in their first season with Caleb Williams (8:30) They both express their doubts that Aaron Rodgers will be able to survive the full 17 game season (11:30) and opine on what the huge contract for Jaylen Waddle means for Tua’s chances of signing an extension in Miami (20:00) Colin explains why the Bills will be fine without Stefon Diggs (26:00) and they both debate whether the Russell Wilson experiment in Pittsburgh could end sooner rather than later (31:00) Don’t forget to check back for part 2 of the conversation! (Timestamps may vary based on advertisements.) Follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter for the latest content and updates!  #Volume #Herd #3andOutSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Colin is joined by Erika Ayers Badan, former CEO of Barstool Sports and author of the new book ‘Nobody Cares About Your Career’. They start by diving into the reasons nobody cares about your career (3:00) and the first changes Erika made when she first arrived at Barstool (5:00). They get into the reasons why starting a business isn’t pretty (9:00) and she gives her definition of success (12:00). Next, they debate the state of sports betting and the podcasting business (18:00) and talk about why it’s so important to be willing to grow (21:30). They discuss the problems with young people not being challenged enough (26:30) and how long you should commit to an enterprise before it returns a profit (33:00). They weigh the downsides of “getting the bag” (36:00) and share their feelings on the state of the economy (40:00) and stories of big swings they took that missed (45:00). They wrap up the discussion by stressing the importance of knowing what your company is paying you to do (50:00) and knowing when to bail on an idea (53:30). Finally, Colin gives his take on Donald Trump being found guilty on 34 felony counts and why the process wasn’t “rigged” (55:00). (Timestamps may vary based on advertisements.) Follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter for the latest content and updates!  #Volume #HerdSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Colin is joined by Jason Timpf, host of “Hoops Tonight” talk NBA playoffs!   They start with the Celtics sweep of the Pacers, why that series NEEDED to be over and why there will be massive pressure on the Celtics to win the title (3:00). They both shovel dirt on the Timberwolves, and Colin explains why he loves the matchup between Dallas and Boston and compares it to the 2000 series between the Blazers and Lakers (11:00). They remember the life and career of NBA legend Bill Walton, why he was Jokic before Jokic (24:30), and why Walton’s game was 50 years ahead of his time. They dig into the reason behind Kyrie Irving’s renaissance with the Mavs (32:00) and why Dallas could become an attractive free agent destination if they win the title (39:00). Finally, they debate whether Dallas should re-sign Kyrie to a long-term extension (41:00), Colin predicts a huge swing in free agency by the Warriors (45:00) and they rank the top 10 players in the NBA Finals (58:00) (Timestamps may vary based on advertisements.) Follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter for the latest content and updates!  #Volume #HerdSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Colin is joined by Nick Wright, host of “First Things First” on FS1 for part 2! They start with some sports history, when college hoops and boxing used to be huge (5:00) and Colin tells the story of the first time he saw “the greatest prospect in NFL history” in person (12:45).  Then, they switch gears and Colin explains his theory for online discourse which is “Avoid Needy, Mute Crazy” (25:00). They debate why conspiracy theories have gained so much traction with the public (30:30) and why America faces a huge dilemma in not being able to agree on basic facts (34:00). (Timestamps may vary based on advertisements.) Follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter for the latest content and updates! #Volume #Herd See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Colin is joined by Nick Wright, host of “First Things First” on FS1 to talk NBA playoffs! They start by lamenting the NBA and fans missing out of the enormity of a Celtics vs Knicks series (3:30) and why Jayson Tatum is talented, but not “hard” (12:00). They also discuss the impact of the influx of talented european players in the league (24:00), the lack of personality that comes with Euros that don’t really talk trash (28:00) and why Anthony Edwards makes a better “face of the league” than Ja Morant (31:00) Finally, Colin explains why the NBA will thrive compared to baseball because the stars actually get real screen time. (36:00). Don't forget to check back for part two of the conversation with Nick! (Timestamps may vary based on advertisements.) Follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter for the latest content and updates!  #Volume #HerdSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Colin’s joined by Jason Timpf, host of “Hoops Tonight” to break down a crazy weekend of NBA playoff action! They start with a wild game seven between the Timberwolves and the Nuggets in which defense won the day (4:00). Colin praises the Wolves construction for having any holes (7:00) and explains why the series came down to just 8 minutes (11:30). Then, they preview the western conference finals between the Wolves and Mavericks (14:00) and Colin compares the Wolves series win for Ant to Jordan getting past the Pistons (16:00) They react to the Knicks falling apart in game seven (21:30) and examine the upcoming free agent market for the missing piece that won’t disrupt the Knicks chemistry (24:00) They make their predictions for a high scoring series between the Pacers and Celtics (35:00) and take stock of a successful season for a young OKC team (38:00). They break down Bronny after his showing at the combine and lay out the truth of what he is… and what he isn’t (47:00), and Colin explains why the NBA is at its absolute best in the playoffs (53:00) (Timestamps may vary based on advertisements.) Follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter for the latest content and updates!  #Volume #Herd #HoopsTonightSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Colin’s top takes of the week! First, he’s joined by Jason Timpf, host of “Hoops Tonight” to talk about the spectacular play of Anthony Edwards and dissect the comparisons between him and early career Michael Jordan (3:00). Then they debate the merits of Minnesota or New York trying to add Kevin Durant as their “missing piece (7:30). They look at the pros and cons of the Lakers hiring J.J. Reddick and why it’s any riskier than the other coaching options available (10:30). Then Colin is joined by John Middlekauff, host of “3 and Out” to break down the NFL schedule release! 23:45 - NFL took care of the streaming services 26:30 - Jets  30:00 - Bears 32:00 - Cowboys 34:30 - Steelers got the toughest schedule (Timestamps may vary based on advertisements.) Follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter for the latest content and updates!  #Volume #HerdSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Colin is joined by John Middlekauff, host of “3 and Out” to break down the NFL schedule release! 5:00 - NFL took care of the streaming services 8:15 - Best MNF schedule in years 11:30 - Jets  16:30 - Chargers  17:30 - Bears 24:00 - Cowboys 26:30 - Steelers got the toughest schedule 30:30 - Eagles 33:30 - NFC resurgence? 39:00 - The standalone games are HUGE 41:00 - Could streamers push out the broadcast networks? (Timestamps may vary based on advertisements.) Follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter for the latest content and updates!  #Volume #Herd #3andOutSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Colin is joined by Jason Timpf, host of “Hoops Tonight” to break down all the action from the NBA playoffs! They start with the Nuggets evening the series 2-2 with the Timberwolves, why the schedule benefitted Denver (3:00), and why the series might come down to the battle between Karl-Anthony Towns vs Aaron Gordon (6:00). They try to project the trajectory for Anthony Edwards and compare his spectacular play and less than spectacular playoff results to early Michael Jordan. (11:00) They debate whether Kevin Durant could be the missing piece for the Wolves or Kicks (15:30), whether the Celtics are just “very good” or truly elite (24:00), and whether Jayson Tatum is truly a #1 or the best #2 in the league (30:00). They discuss whether the Lakers should take the risk of hiring J.J. Reddick as a first time head coach (37:00), and why they’d need a full buy-in from LeBron for it to work (42:45). They also both lean into the idea that LeBron would be best served stepping back into the #2 role (49:00).  (Timestamps may vary based on advertisements.) Follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter for the latest content and updates!  #Volume #Herd #HoopsTonightSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Colin’s top takes of the week! He explains why the on-air chemistry of Inside The NBA is so good and so rare that NBC needs to be extremely careful to ensure the crew stays together (2:00) Then he’s joined by Jason Timpf, host of “Hoops Tonight” to debate whether Anthony Edwards could become the next “face of the league” (6:30) make their projections for Caitlin Clark in the WNBA (16:30) and address what offseason moves the Phoenix Suns need to make after getting swept in the first round (25:00). Then, Colin is joined by Nick Wright, host of “First Things First” on FS1! They address the backlash to Colin’s  “backwards hat” take from J.J. Reddick and LeBron James (31:00). They talk about the history of the take, why it’s become a running bit, and why it shouldn’t be taken too seriously.  Colin argues that the Bengals are one more Joe Burrow injury away from needing to draft an early round quarterback (37:30) and Nick explains why he won’t be playing any violins for Kirk Cousins (40:00) They give their reactions to the Roast of Tom Brady (46:00 and Nick shares a story of the time when he participated in a roast… and it backfired spectacularly (53:00) Finally, they push back on Austin Rivers’ comment that 30 NBA players could play in the NFL and they list the much shorter list of players that actually could make the jump to football (55:00). Don’t forget to check back for part two of the conversation with Nick! (Timestamps may vary based on advertisements.) Follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter for the latest content and updates! #Volume #HerdSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Colin is joined by Nick Wright, host of “First Things First” on FS1 for part 2! They begin with the Bengals, and why they are one more Joe Burrow injury away from needing to draft an early round quarterback as an insurance policy (3:00). They explain why the Falcons weren’t crazy to draft Michael Penix and why Kirk Cousins isn’t good enough to complain about the move (7:00) They debate whether the Giselle jokes from The Roast of Tom Brady crossed a line and why the roast made them both uncomfortable (9:00) Nick shares a story of the time when he participated in a roast… and it backfired spectacularly (14:30) Finally, they push back on Austin Rivers’ comment that 30 NBA players could play in the NFL (21:30) and they list the much shorter list of players that actually could make the jump to football (25:00) (Timestamps may vary based on advertisements.) Follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter for the latest content and updates! #Volume #Herd See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Colin is joined by Nick Wright, host of “First Things First” on FS1! They start by addressing the backlash to Colin’s  “backwards hat” take from J.J. Reddick and LeBron James (3:00). They talk about the history of the take and why it’s become a running bit, and why it shouldn’t be taken too seriously.  Then they address bad takes, and why “cancel culture” isn’t coming for comedians the way it did a few years ago (12:30), why Jerry Seinfeld’s comments were tone deaf, and they debate how it’s affecting the current era of comedy (19:00).  Finally, Colin explains why Caitlin Clark doesn’t need the media to protect her (27:30) and why the WNBA will finally “arrive” into more mainstream sports culture (34:00) Don’t forget to check back for part two of the conversation with Nick! (Timestamps may vary based on advertisements.) Follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter for the latest content and updates!  #Volume #HerdSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Joseph Barile

When did Colin start catering his show to 13 year old girls only?

Feb 2nd
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Joseph Barile

So LeBron isn't selfish?

Oct 27th
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Joseph Barile

Of course Nick Wright would like Euro soccer

Aug 2nd
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Joseph Barile

The same LeBron, friends with Jay Z, who doesn't seem to mind a full career of misogynistic lyrics? Please..save the outrage.

Apr 12th
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Joseph Barile

We get it Nick, you're a progressive intellect

Apr 5th
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Joseph Barile

Except he was right about the vaccine

Oct 27th
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Joseph Barile

But have you punched anyone in your 90 min prep show and then spent 2 weeks justifying it?

Oct 19th
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Joseph Barile

If Aaron Rodgers threw a punch you'd be apoplectic. Awful and self-serving take blaming media outrage.

Oct 11th
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Joe Barile

The take on Aaron Rodgers not having kids is one of your worst. Your show has completely fallen off a cliff. Just admit you don't like anyone who differs from your political opinion...Mister "I don't talk politics".

Sep 13th
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Joe Barile

By grifter and con you meant Obama

Jun 23rd
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Joe Barile

Only 2 took years for you to come around on masks...new info, right? A little late to the party

Jun 2nd
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Joe Barile

Only you could take an opposite take on the Jerry West story. You'd react the same if you weren't accurately portrayed. Ridiculous

Apr 27th
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Joe Barile

Comparing Rodgers to Kyrie is absurd. The witchhunt continues

Apr 27th
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Joe Barile

Except the right was correct from the beginning on Covid and leftists, including yourself, locked the country down for 2 full years. Congrats

Apr 20th
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Joe Barile

yeah let's completely ignore the NBA ratings issues Uncle Colin

Apr 20th
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Joe Barile

Lacrosse is on the right track if crusty old sportswriter isn't into it.

Apr 8th
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Joe Barile

Now apply that same reporting standard to Joy on your own show

Apr 8th
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Joe Barile

Uncle Colin, you have not stayed out of politics. Repeating it over and over doesn't make it true. Glad you finally admitted the masks were nonsense, only 2 years late and wrong on that take.

Mar 30th
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Joe Barile

Except that's not the Davanate Adam's left. At least be intellectually honest in your witchhunt of Rodgers.

Mar 25th
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Joe Barile

Rodgers has only lost "brand" with you insufferable liberals. Everyone on the other side would want him as their QB. You can have needy Russel Wilson.

Mar 14th
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