2016 Minicast – 100 Places to See, Part 17

February 16, 2016 by  
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Episode 169 - 100 Places to See, Part 17

This minicast we explore a league by a Cape, a town for Dodgers and a place in Nebraska where all roads lead.


Minicast – 100 Places to See, Part 17

December 3, 2012 by  
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This minicast we explore a league by a Cape, a town for Dodgers and a place in Nebraska where all roads lead.


2012 College World Series

June 7, 2012 by  
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It’s great to be in Omaha for another College World Series.  We remember the first two College World Series while Marina Keegan ’12 (Yale) reminds us about The Opposite of Loneliness.  Ed Kasputis interviews Larry Roth about this year’s College World Series and Cleveland Plain Dealer award winning science writer, John Mangels about the science of concussions and will it doom the NFL?  Our podcast concludes as we head east for next week’s podcast featuring the Chicago White Sox.  Will the Supreme Court rule on ObamaCare by then?  Say it ain’t so, Barack.  Say it ain’t so.


2011 Tampa Bay Rays

June 24, 2011 by  
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We are in two places at once, Tampa Bay and Omaha.  Baseball Bob reviews the Rays and Ed explores the College World Series.  Larry Roth and Brett Clements share their views of Omaha while our PhD Committee passionately debates the role of home plate collisions in baseball.  Then it’s off to the other land of passion for next week’s podcast – Boston.


College World Series – June 22, 2010

June 22, 2010 by  
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Matt den Dekker

This week is Royals week with our June 25th podcast featuring the Kansas City Royals.   184 miles to the north lies the 42nd largest city in America – Omaha, Nebraska.  Omaha is home to the College World Series which started on June 19th.  Florida and Arizona State have already been eliminated.  Oklahoma plays Clemson tonight at 9 pm (EST) on ESPN2.

On our next podcast, Ed Kasputis will be reporting from the College World Series.  Click here to see what Ed saw during the first game.  Remember the name – Matt den Dekker.  He’ll be a big leaguer soon.