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Rabbi Kirshner is the Rabbi at Temple Emanu-el in Closter, New Jersey, the President of the New York Board of Rabbis, a member of the Chancellor's Rabbinic Cabinet at the Jewish Theological Seminary and was selected among 50 rabbis to participate in the inaugural class of the Kellogg School of Rabbinic Management at Northwestern University.
 
The signature program of the nonprofit, Advancing the Interests of Animals (AIA), is its weekly, one-hour nationally syndicated radio show, Animals Today. Currently in its seventh continuous year, this show provides a worldwide platform where individuals and organizations concerned about the welfare of animals can present their viewpoints and promote their causes. It is a communication hub where listeners learn about a wide variety of animal welfare issues as well as the actions they can tak ...
 
If you love college athletics and want to better understand how it works, the Going for Two Podcast will dive into the latest news and provide analysis about some of the forces that shape college athletics on and off the field. Hosted by the Extra Points newsletter's Matt Brown and longtime national sports writer Bryan Fischer.
 
Dr. Jennifer Ashton, ABC News' Chief Medical Correspondent, draws from her own tragic experience to explore the aftermath of suicide and sudden loss, and, like her new book "Life After Suicide," the podcast is a roadmap to survival, offering inspiring insight on how to regain balance and get back to life. She speaks with people living with loss who have moved through guilt, anger and hopelessness to a new normal as well as with survivors and specialists in medicine, faith and more on how to ...
 
Brad Bogner hosts “The Brad Bogner Show�, a variety, guest based program aimed at giving listeners access to a range of figures and points-of-view. The podcast introduces listeners to an array of topics where experts in their field stop by to talk history, entertainment, politics, and sports. Among other things… Brad is also a recovering bag boy.
 
Downloaded over 500,000 times! Experts On The Wire is a monthly SEO podcast hosted by Dan Shure. Discover new trends, tactics, tools, people, and businesses doing remarkable work in the world of Search Engine Optimization. Past guests include Rand Fishkin, Brian Dean, Annie Cushing, Noah Kagan & Vanessa Fox. I'm an SEO consultant myself, so we dig deep into SEO, technical challenges, growth stories, mobile SEO, eCommerce, crawling, content marketing & more.
 
Downloaded over 500,000 times! Experts On The Wire is a monthly SEO podcast hosted by Dan Shure. Discover new trends, tactics, tools, people, and businesses doing remarkable work in the world of Search Engine Optimization. Past guests include Rand Fishkin, Brian Dean, Annie Cushing, Noah Kagan & Vanessa Fox. I’m an SEO consultant myself, so we dig deep into SEO, technical challenges, growth stories, mobile SEO, eCommerce, crawling, content marketing & more.
 
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Matt Brown and Bryan Fischer are back and excited to do a little preview of the College Football Playoff National Championship Game with sister show Split Zone Duo's Alex Kirshner. The trio also dive into a little labor law discussion involving college athletics and discuss where we're at with the NLRB. This episode is brought to you by the fine fo…
 
Godfrey, Richard, and Alex go through in-depth conference review exercises for both the SEC and the Sun Belt, after 15 minutes running through this week's big stories of coaches (Todd Graham, Kirk Ferentz, Nick Saban) getting involved in various political issues and hot waters. Subscribe to our Patreon at splitzoneduo.com. See Privacy Policy at htt…
 
The show begins with Lori sharing fascinating animal news items. First, a 21-year-old man broke into a Georgia home and was mauled to death by the homeowner’s 2 dogs. The dogs were confiscated but later returned to the owner. Lori analyzes the many important legal and social elements here such as, who is responsible for the death of the intruder, s…
 
Richard, Alex, and Godfrey talk through Georgia's national championship win, Stetson Bennett's triumph, and the Dawgs using a roadmap that's both familiar and different. Then, we run through 2021 season takes that worked out well, poorly, and medium. And finally, a preview of 2022 Week 1, because there are no rules. Subscribe to our Patreon at spli…
 
After Godfrey shares what he knows about Jim Harbaugh and the Raiders, he, Richard, and Alex get into Alabama-Georgia Round II (or whatever this is) and consider what shape the national title game will take. Godfrey then tries to explain his reservations about SEC Playoff dominance in a non-alarmist way, Richard tries to explain the benefits of bes…
 
Lori begins the show with news about some aggressive urban squirrels in Queens, NYC, who are reportedly jumping onto people and attacking them. Authorities advise against hand feeding, which probably contributed to the bold behaviors these animals are displaying. Fortunately squirrels rarely harbor rabies, and no documented case of transmission of …
 
Matt Brown (@MattBrownEP) and Bryan Fischer (@BryanDFischer) peer into their crystal ball and make predictions about some of the major storylines sure to dominate college athletics in 2022. Topics discussed include major NCAA reforms, Big Ten media rights, the evolution of NIL and much, much more. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and…
 
Alex, Richard, and Godfrey start the show with a chat about how college football's structure made the current raft of bowl cancelations inevitable, and why it's rich when the bowl rep industry gets upset about it. Richard reports from Miami on what this Playoff game week actually looks like, and the group discusses the narratives that might attach …
 
Godfrey, Richard, and Alex get together a few days before Christmas to talk about these topics in detail: 1) last weekend's brief YouTube TV/Disney carriage fight and how it connects to the future of watching college football games, 2) if bowl season has actually gotten less important or if it just feels that way (and what to do about it if so), an…
 
Godfrey and Alex talk through Jackson State's stunning commitment from the No. 1 recruit in the class of 2022, while cautioning against leaps to conclusion. Oregon is having an identity crisis but shouldn't be. Clemson isn't but maybe should. And a detailed look at this weekend's bowl season and lower-level playoff slates. Subscribe to our Patreon …
 
In case you haven't heard, the Extra Points newsletter and Going For Two podcast have joined the D1.ticker family this month. Matt Brown and Bryan Fischer sit down with D1.ticker founder/CEO Matt Roberts to discuss what he does, how the acquisition fits in and what new products are launching that college sports fans need to know about. You can sign…
 
Toward the end of 2020, without public notification, the East Bay Parks District in Oakland, California began killing (specifically, shooting) free roaming cats. After a local news report exposed the actions, the story exploded, as cat lovers, rescuers and the community at large became shocked and enraged by the sanctioned cruelty. The city claimed…
 
Marcus Freeman's elevation at Notre Dame was smooth, well received, and kind of quiet, so Alex and Richard went back over it amid a week of carousel chaos. Then: breaking out every new FBS coach hire into tiers of, "What is the school trying to accomplish here?" Plus an Army-Navy version of Vested Interests, a non-FBS tasting menu for the weekend, …
 
Richard, Godfrey, and Alex talk through the Playoff slotting, the committee's performance in 2021, why Cincinnati doesn't disprove anything about the event's treatment of the G5, and the matchups themselves. Subscribe to our Patreon at splitzoneduo.com. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.c…
 
Richard, Alex, and Godfrey preview conference championship weekend and the potential Playoff drama to come, then discuss the historically messy week that unfolded in the college football coaching industry. (Carousel talk specifically starts at the 56-minute mark.) Oklahoma has a weird recruiting saga on its hands, LSU made a hire that appeased a sp…
 
Alex and Richard take a slightly longer-than-usual trip through the weekend in college football. Michigan vindicated a podcast opinion, but Oklahoma State very much did not. Plus thoughts on a whole bunch of other Rivalry Weekend action. Subscribe to our Patreon at splitzoneduo.com. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Pri…
 
It was recently disclosed that the Namibian Government auctioned off 57 elephants caught from the wild, with the intention to export 42 of them to foreign zoos. With the widespread awareness about the cruelty of keeping wild elephants in captivity, this news is both shocking and tragic. Elephant expert and President of Humane Society International,…
 
Matt Brown and Bryan Fischer welcome in NY Times writer and host of "The Argument" podcast, Jane Coaston. The trio discuss everything under the sports/politics/culture crossover banner from CFB message boards, booster culture and its relation to power, higher education issues, Jane's All-PI offensive strategy and much, much more. See Privacy Policy…
 
Florida man Richard Johnson talks with Alex about the underlying factors that might inform Florida's sudden search for Dan Mullen's successor. (The University of Florida has a lot going on.) Plus, a discussion of WKU's instant-pot transfer portal offense, sizing up some of Rivalry Week's big games, and live reactions to James Franklin's new contrac…
 
Alex and Richard take you on a 30-minute journey through Week 12, and this time, they don't even go over time. Utah dominated, UTSA had one of the finishes of the year, Ohio State-Michigan is for it all, NIU's magic carpet ride rolls on, the top of the Sun Belt looks fierce, and Cincinnati rebuilds some equity. Also, a certain Florida coach's buyou…
 
Godfrey, Richard, and Alex talk about the rapidly speeding-up coaching carousel, hopping from Washington to Virginia Tech to LSU and even down to North Texas. Then a discussion of the inexplicable mess that's unfolded at FIU, which is now a case study in how to mismanage a football program, plus a tasting menu and vested interests. Subscribe to our…
 
Matt Brown and Bryan Fischer react to news that Loyola Chicago is headed to the A10 in 2022 and the MVC is poised to keep the realignment dominoes going even more. Then the two dive into some of the larger coaching carousel storylines, from Washington's attractiveness, BYU potentially coming open, FIU's challenges, USC's alignment and more. See Pri…
 
Richard and Godfrey take a 30ish minute journey through Week 11 including OU’s loss to Baylor, Tennessee scripted the first drive of the game, but not the rest of it, Arkansas won?, Florida “won”, Ohio State WON, one of us begins to think some things about Oklahoma State that are truly terrifying, Cincinnati was fine compared to the last few weeks,…
 
Texas Tech’s hire of Joey McGuire signals something, because as they say: Everything’s bigger in Texas. Midseason coaching changes, Washington weirdness, and MACTION. Also: Exactly four minutes and sixteen seconds on the Playoff See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my…
 
Godfrey and Richard take a 30ish-minute journey through the college football weekend. The Purdue Boilermakers, destroyer of worlds (but only if you’re the No. 2 or No. 3 team in the polls), Ohio elites played with their food to varying degrees, The Old Man Yells At A Cloud, Arizona won!, Washington very much didn’t on the field or off!, why did Arm…
 
Godfrey, Richard, and Alex disagree over what Cincinnati's initial No. 6 ranking really says about the Playoff committee's view of the Bearcats. Then, we talk about Gary Patterson's impact on TCU and how his time at TCU barreled toward an acrimonious end, and compare and contrast various Texas head coaching jobs heading into what's likely to be a h…
 
You hear about them, you see them, you read about them but what do agents actually do? Matt Brown (@MattBrownEP) and Bryan Fischer (@BryanDFischer) dive deep into the world of agents with Jason Belzer (@JasonBelzer) to discuss everything from what's wrong with the industry to what happens with clients big or small across sports. See Privacy Policy …
 
Richard, Godfrey, and Alex run through the methods of attack, both in program-building and on the field, for seven surprisingly great teams: UTSA, SMU, Pitt, Wake Forest, Ole Miss, Michigan State, and San Diego State i.e. G5 Iowa. Then, discussions on James Franklin and Justin Fuente, vested interests, and a tasting menu for the weekend. Subscribe …
 
Kyle Bowlsby of Bowlsby Sports Advisors joins Matt Brown and Bryan Fischer to discuss all things search firms. What are they? How do they operate? What exactly happens once a school hires a firm? And what really is the big difference from a huge football hire and picking the next soccer coach? Find out that and more in the latest episode sponsored …
 
On this episode, we have SEO expert Micah Fisher-Kirshner, who previously lead strategy for big names like Zazzle and Zendesk. He now manages a set of B2B SaaS portfolio companies around SEO and Content at a growth equity firm called Turn/River Capital. Tune in for details on what it's like to build up successful SEO programs for a set of ever-chan…
 
Richard and Alex take you on a 30ish-minute jaunt through the college football weekend. Alex is forced to issue a mea culpa to Pitt's not-currently-embattled head coach, but retracts a retraction of criticism of Texas Tech's. Justin Fuente does not seem to be in a good situation, Colorado State does something you must see to believe, Caleb Williams…
 
Alex and Richard interview Jennifer Abruzzo, the general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board, who wrote the September memo that says college football players in certain situations are employees who should have federal labor protections. They talked about why this piece of paper matters, how it could change college sports, and what would n…
 
Steven Godfrey (@38Godfrey), Richard Johnson (@RJ_Writes), and Alex Kirshner (@alex_kirshner) talk through three things in detail: How the LSU-Ed Orgeron relationship collapsed so quickly after such a high, why he wasn’t the only coach in Baton Rouge last Saturday who should soon be out, and what the latest realignment ripple means for both the AAC…
 
Richard Johnson and Alex Kirshner take you on a 30-ish-minute trip through the interesting goings-on from college football’s Week 7. Iowa’s loss to Purdue could’ve been worse. Caleb Williams and Oklahoma have it figured out. The Tennessee trash discourse is already exhausting. TCU is done as a defense, a label, and a crew. Florida’s and Texas’s def…
 
Matt Brown (@MattBrownEP) goes over some of the things he learned from going to UMass' win over UConn and what it says about some programs at the bottom of the FBS ranks. Then he and co-host Bryan Fischer (@BryanDFischer) discuss other college athletics issues like the proposed CUSA/American/Sun Belt regional reorganization plan and other realignme…
 
Godfrey, Richard, and Alex spend the first stretch of this episode talking not just about Iowa and Kentucky, but about how we *talk* about Iowa and Kentucky. Then, 10 schools whose coaches either are or aren't demonstrating proof of concept, including: Georgia Tech, NIU, Houston, Temple, Syracuse, Louisville, FAU, UNLV, Troy, and Mississippi State.…
 
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