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Listened to The stuff that’s interesting in summer recruiting

Alex and Richard spend 30-some minutes closing up last week’s realignment conversation and then diving into summer recruiting in an SZD way. We don’t cover the ins and outs of everyday recruiting on this show, but there are several things we wanted to bring to your attention as storylines to keep track of over the next six months. And after that, we’ve decided to share a Patreon episode that we published in March: a conversation with Nate Tice and Diante Lee (both now of The Athletic) about the coaching industry, being on a staff with your father, and a lot more. We hope you enjoy it and check out more at splitzoneduo.com. Production: Anthony Vito. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

By Split Zone Duo


Listened to 488: Pebbles on the Scale

HomePod Mini vs. the world, the M2 MacBook “Pro”, CarPlay’s ambitious plans, and the state of SwiftUI.

By Accidental Tech Podcast


Listened to Shale Varsity, or How To Get Stupid Rich And Still Finish .500

Notes… Yet another discussion of Noah, History’s First Regretful Boat Owner The World Cup gives D.C. what it really craves: sports disappointment The petrochemical state of the SEC West, including one school we think might burn chickens for heat LeBron James, French Toast Hercules Let’s assume LIV Football will be a thing and figure out who’s joining up, when, and why, and what the NCAA will do in response (it’s nothing, absolutely nothing)

By Shutdown Fullcast


Listened to 412: Justin, Don’t Do It

This week: Apple makes a surprising deal with MLS, Stage Manager and window management, and Myke is excited for the iPad Studio and the MacBook Studio if and when they are ever announced.

By Upgrade


Listened to New Hurricanes commits and visitors

Manny catches up with Anthony Yero of 305Sports.net to discuss Mario Cristobal’s summer camps including a 7-on-7 where 4-star WR prospect Nathaniel Joseph shined. They also discuss new QB commit Emory Williams and the 17 elite recruits scheduled to stop by Coral Gables this week before Legends Camp led by 4-star quarterback Jaden Rashada. Manny then dives into a mailbag and shares a recent interview in Las Vegas with 2023 4-star CB Damari Brown, a high priority Miami target. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

By Wide Right: A show about the Miami Hurricanes


Doctor Strange, with the help of mystical allies both old and new, traverses the mind-bending and dangerous alternate realities of the Multiverse to confront a mysterious new adversary.

Watched on Trakt


A young street-smart, Nathan Drake and his wisecracking partner Victor “Sully” Sullivan embark on a dangerous pursuit of “the greatest treasure never found” while also tracking clues that may lead to Nathan’s long-lost brother.

Watched on Trakt


Listened to Dear Internet Episode 118: Smell Twins

Dear Internet,On this week’s episode we discuss the perfect new home gift, a marriage fantasy, and a smell stealing sister. Edited by Stephen Garcia See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

By Dear Internet


Listened to Verstappen Holds Off Sainz To Win Canadian Grand Prix

Spencer Hall leads this one after Jessica Smetana started last week on mute as the pair discuss Max Verstappen winning his 5th race in his last 6, Lewis Hamilton being overjoyed to finish in 3rd, Charles Leclerc’s climb from 20th to 5th, and all of the other major talking points from the Canadian Grand Prix.



Listened to Dear Internet Episode 116: Mushroom Rings

Dear Internet,On this week’s episode we discuss fairy rings, getting pulled out by your legs, and a bunny.Edited by Stephen Garcia See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

By Dear Internet


Listened to 402: I’m Starting to Have That Feeling Again

Federico and Stephen explore the new Books UI and some MacBook rumors, before celebrating the return of Clarus the Dogcow. Then, a discussion of Stage Manager’s system requirements and how Apple could approach future WWDC keynotes.

By Connected