3 Burst results for "Steve Coughlin"

"steve coughlin" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

02:00 min | 8 months ago

"steve coughlin" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Nashville New Hampshire for a time and I would visit Rockingham quite often. They called it the little Saratoga over there in New Hampshire. And it was a cool place to go. And sit out and enjoy the races. I loved it. Northampton, the Northampton fair. Now I'm bringing up my Massachusetts roots, right? But I actually never attended Northampton fair until I was here in Kentucky. I was working with my mentor who started the network with me, Pete coolest. Pete was calling races at the Northampton fair. He knew I wanted to be a track announcer. He said, hey, why don't you come join me in call a few races in the booth. And that's how I was introduced to Northampton fair. And that was one of the highlights of my time in racing. It was so much fun and I really missed the Northampton fair. And hi Aaliyah. I never went to Hialeah, but it's always attracted just so beautiful when I see it in the different movies and pictures and I'm thinking, man, that's one track that I would have loved to have gotten the chance to go to. Yeah, there are no real bad answers. And I love that you had some a little bit off the board, some smaller places because those are special. Those places that you went that, you know, don't get all of the attention, but can just be a great place to enjoy an afternoon. Maybe you had a big score at one of them, or you knew someone involved. Sometimes those smaller tracks, I think about the Northern California fairs that I went to so much as a little kid. You can almost feel a part of it when you go regularly and you know all of the people involved. I can't wait to see the answers to this question. Again, which three tracks no longer in existence would you love to visit one more time? On Twitter, horse racing, radio network on Facebook or email the show, Mike at horse tracing radio dot net. All right, when we come back, Steve Coughlin joined me yesterday to remember Lester Pickett, the 9 time epson Derby winner and 11 time champion jockey Steve does that next when we return. This is the equine forum, presented by twin spires.

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"steve coughlin" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"steve coughlin" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

"His OG nickname. So it's not it's everybody thinks it's Steve Coughlin. It's Steve Cochran. And when I interviewed a guy, I forget, this is a long time ago. But it was one of his teammates from Stanford who was in the dolphins. This is like ten years ago. I go, hey, what do you got on Steve Cochran? And the guy during the radio interview goes cocktails. Hey, I'm the same exact thing happened. I was talking to a high school buddy to play with him and college and I was like, oh, yeah, you know, I'm on with, you know, Scott, and San Francis on Saturday nights after the game. And you may cocktail. He's like, I only know him as cocktail. The other thing I know. Yeah, that's clear. I should not have pluralized it because I will hear from him being like, hey, dude, it was just cocktail. It wasn't. What there was no S, because you're right. Hey man, it's always great. Enjoy the weekend. Yeah, good to catch out with you. The NFL playoffs are in full gear and everyone can get into the action with a risk free bet on FanDuel sports book. It doesn't matter if you're new to FanDuel or already have an account all customers get up to $10 back if your same game parlay doesn't win. So there you go. Same game parlays lets you combine multiple bets from one matchup for a big payout. You can buy bets on the money line point spread player stats and so much more. Okay, take a look at the games for the upcoming weekend. The numbers are low here. The favorite you probably gonna like the most is Green Bay minus four and a half at home against San Francisco. I would imagine there's still some diners doubters out there. Vegas, very smart on the Tennessee Cincinnati line. I think I would look at that one and go alternate spread betting since then it went out right. Because I feel like, all right, look, since I was going to win this game, then just go ahead and mess with it and try to get reward out of the whole deal. So that would juice the numbers for borough is that they win. It means he's probably throwing it all over the place, which is kind of what he's doing now. Anyway, I don't think I'd want to mess with the first drive result. Just because then it can screw up everything else. A way total points. So yeah, just go Cincinnati over 22 change the alternate spread to them winning. You can bet them minus a half. If you like them, you can better them even more. And obviously, if they lose this game, all these things are off. But if you have a lean a certain way, then just have all of those go in the same direction. Of course, you can bet on receiving passing, rushing yards first and anytime TV scores. Point totals half winners.

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"steve coughlin" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"steve coughlin" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"With Stanford Steve where we get into bed beats how they do the segment and then get into some betting stuff. We talk about the two college football playoff games worst bed beats of the year and a couple of other things. So good interview with Scott. And then Steve. And then after that, we have train of thoughts with salaca where we discuss a variety of topics, including something I had to get off my chest about the NFL television rules officials who, in my opinion, for the most part are useless. And then get into some other stuff about Christmas trees and upcoming John Madden documentary. So stick around for training thoughts. After Stanford, Steve, if you missed any recent episodes, Jim Miller was on last week to talk about his new HBO book about a bunch of HBO shows over the years, two weeks ago, we had an old train of thoughts, Thanksgiving edition with me and Sal. Kenny main on the podcast recently as well as Becky Lynch Kevin Clark Al Michaels. If you missed any of them going to the archives, check them out and subscribe. All right, here we go with this week's episode. Stanford Steve followed by train of thoughts, right? Here on the SI media podcast. All right, joining me now, one of the two people who are part of the best weekly sports segment on all of sports television, which is bad beats on sports and with Scott van pelt his partner in crime on that segment. Stanford, Steve, aka, Steve Coughlin, joined me now on the SI media podcast, Steve. Thanks for doing this. How are you? I appreciate you having me, Jimmy. Looking forward to it. Listen all the time. You have a good time and I appreciate that. That's what it's about. I think people want to laugh and have fun when they're listening to podcasts and stuff like that. So I love bad beach in my role in that. That's what I that's what I try to do. You try and do so. It's about having some fun, man. That's what I look forward to trying to give people. It's interesting because that segment is nothing but fun, but also painful for, you know, some of us have experienced. So it's a weird thing that you're having fun with the pain, but that's what bad beats are sort of all about. No doubt. No, no doubt about it. If you've been there, you've been there, you know? And it's just, it's so funny because with social media now and the reaction you get, you know, I'll send the clip out when I get it from my people and, you know, a lot of people that's the way they see it now. I wish they would use the DVRs, but they rely on Twitter. You know what, everybody watches. It believes everything on Twitter. But no, like, you know, the younger demo with with gambling opening up everywhere and people getting more invested. Like, you could tell it's their first time being a part of it..

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