South Dakota State head football coach John Stiegelmeier talked this week about the Jacks loss at top-ranked North Dakota State and looked ahead at Indiana State.
Jay Elsen of Midco Sports Network talks about the Coyotes win over Southern Illinois, Bob Nielson’s 200th win, Miles Bergner tryout with the Cleveland Brows and, of course, his Milwaukee Brewers in the playoffs!
South Dakota State play-by-play voice Tyler Merriam talks about the Jacks loss at North Dakota State and a look ahead to Indiana State.
University of South Dakota head football coach Bob Nielson joins me for our weekly conversation. We discuss everything from win No. 200, to SIU and Missouri State.
South Dakota head football coach Bob Nielson joined me on the Coyote Sports Network after the Coyotes defeated Southern Illinois Saturday night. The win was the 200th as a head coach for Bob Nielson.
University of South Dakota head football coach Bob Nielson talks about the Coyotes coming off a bye week and heading into a game Saturday against Southern Illinois.
Jeremy Hoeck of the Yankton Press & Dakotan talks USD and YHS sports.
South Dakota State head football coach John Stiegelmeier talks about the Jacks win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff and a look ahead at what he calls “improvement week” for his team.
South Dakota State play-by-play man Tyler Merriam talks about the Jacks dominating win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff.
Midco Sports host Jay Elsen talks about what he saw from the Coyotes at Weber State and what the team needs to look at going into conference play.
University of South Dakota head football coach Bob Nielson discusses the Coyotes loss at Weber State and thoughts going into a bye week.
South Dakota head football coach Bob Nielson talks about the team’s performance Saturday night in Manhattan, Kansas and looks ahead at Northern Colorado.
Midco Sports Networks Jay Elsen joined John Thayer Tuesday on “On the John” to talk South Dakota football as the Coyotes prepare to open the season at Kansas State.
This morning on my radio show, “On the John”, which airs Monday through Friday from 9-11am CT on ESPN Radio 1570, I was joined by former USD defensive coordinator and current Rocky Mountain College head football coach Jason Petrino. The Battlin’ Bears just wrapped up the spring season. Coach Petrino talks about his new job, his time at USD, Carson Wentz – who he game planned against, and Drew Iddings getting a chance in the NFL.
I had the chance to be on Coyote Corner for the second time this season with Jay Elsen on Midco Sports. I always enjoy being on the show and any chance to talk about sports. This week was a little different with a tough season right now for the Coyotes, but we made it through and Jay always does a fine job as the host. Also in the show Jay will preview the matchup with FCS No. 1 North Dakota State and Alex Heinert has a feature on a couple of players who have bounced back from injury.
Big thanks to Jay for asking me to be on the show again, Alex for his work as the producer of the show and Toby who is behind the scenes making sure everything is on time.
Check out this week’s episode of Coyote Corner:
There has been a lot of conversation and, naturally, a lot of disappointment for Yankton fans over the last two days after we learned the suspended game between Yankton and Aberdeen Central will now be played in Aberdeen. Yes, Yankton’s homecoming game. How does this happen?
Let’s start with Friday, September 19th. Yankton enters the game 3-0 and Aberdeen Central is 2-1, with both teams knowing this is a huge game for them. And both play like it. The game goes back and forth and just before halftime Yankton gave the ball back to the Golden Eagles. Aberdeen Central moves down the field and scores with 13 seconds left in the half. On the ensuing kickoff Yankton nearly answered with a kickoff return into Aberdeen Central territory with just five seconds left. I was in favor of giving the kicker, Brady Hale, a chance at a field goal, but if I remember correctly it would have been about a 62 yard field goal. That’s a long shot, obviously, but the kid has a cannon for a leg. The half ends with Yankton trailing 20-17. Continue reading
There was a time when Husker fans were excited for Taylor Martinez. As a freshman he could do no wrong as his name circulated in the Heisman-hyped carousel. He slashed opponent defenses and ran Nebraska to an unbeaten record and a No. 5 ranking. Then Texas came to Lincoln. The one game Nebraska fans had been waiting for all season. In the game Martinez mustered just 21 yards on 13 carries and completed just four of his 12 pass attempts in the game. He put the ball on the ground twice, although neither fumble was lost. Continue reading
Doane College football was once relevant. It competed for conference championships, was ranked in national polls and even made it to the playoffs. Since 2003, the Tigers haven’t been ranked, not even close, until today. The NAIA announced its weekly top 25 poll this afternoon and Doane sat at No. 21. This is the first ranking in the national poll for the Tigers since the September 9, 2003 poll that had Doane at No. 23. Continue reading
University of Texas defensive coordinator Will Muschamp will be the next head coach of the Florida Gators. A press conference is scheduled for Tuesday to introduce the Gainesville native as head coach. Continue reading
The NAIA football season is coming to a close, quickly. With just two games on the docket this weekend, the ending light is beginning to beam through the end of the tunnel. Saturday evening two teams will be making plans to visit Rome, Georgia and play for a National Championship. It’s no real surprise the top four teams entering the postseason are the four teams still remaining. All four teams remain unbeaten heading into this weekend. Carroll will attempt to hold down an explosive Saint Xavier offense that is averaging 51 points per game. Sioux Falls has kept its three-peat hopes alive under first-year head coach, Jed Stugart. Continue reading