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Shula Bowl Podcast

Shula Bowl Podcast


Hosted by
Josh Houtz and David Friedman



FIU & FAU football talk brought to you by Five Reasons Sports, where we cover the rivalry, debate both schools’ impact on college football, and deliver weekly analysis throughout the season. Hosted by David Hondal and Shane Marinelli, and featuring Jake Elman, Eric Henry, and Andre Dunand.



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David Hondal

David Hondal

Shane Marinelli

Shane Marinelli

Out 4 the Count

Out 4 The Count boxing and MMA 


Hosted by
Vic Bermudez and Armando Alvarez



The fight game, in boxing and MMA, analyzed by two experts, with interesting guests from both fields.



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Vic Bermudez

Vic Bermudez

Armando Alvarez

Armando Alvarez

Fantasy on 5

Fantasy on 5


Hosted by
Josh Houtz and David Friedman



Josh Houtz and David Friedman host “Fantasy On 5”, a bi-weekly fantasy football podcast that melds an old school mentality with the new stats-based approach to the game. Houtz and Friedman will break down everything you need to know to make that perfect draft pick or nab that season-altering sleeper off the waiver wire. The pair will also keep things true to the South Florida roots of the Five Reasons Network with a focus, each episode, on the Dolphins, Heat, or Marlins as well as DFS (daily fantasy sports). If you’re looking to bring home that championship title, look no further than “Fantasy On 5.”



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Josh Houtz

Josh Houtz

David Friedman

David Friedman

Cinco Razones

Cinco Razones Deportes de Miami 


Hosted by
Ricardo Montes de Oca, Alejandro Villegas, Leandro Soto



Debates about all your favorite Miami and international sports, in Spanish, Spanglish and English. Emphasis on soccer, baseball and NBA, with media and athlete guests.





Ricardo Montes de Oca

Ricardo Montes de Oca

 Alejandro Villegas

Alejandro Villegas

Leandro Soto

Leandro Soto

John Doe

John Doe

John Doe

Goldie on Ice

Goldie on Ice on Florida Panthers


Hosted by
Steve Goldstein and Brett Markowitz



In-depth coverage of everything about the Florida Panthers and the NHL, featuring the biggest names on the team and around the leagues, hosted by the longtime voice of the Panthers and a nationally known broadcaster.



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Steve Goldstein

Steve Goldstein

5 Rings Canes

5 Rings Canes on Miami Hurricanes


Hosted by
Josh Darrow, Andrew Ivins, and David Lake



Miami Hurricanes football past, present and future. Interviews with Canes legends about great teams, coverage of the current team, and reporting on recruiting.



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Josh Darrow

Josh Darrow

Andrew Ivins

Andrew Ivins

David Lake

David Lake

Three Yards Per Carry

Three Yards Per Carry — Miami Dolphins


Hosted by
Chris Kouffman, Simon Clancy, Alfredo Arteaga



The podcast for hardcore Miami Dolphins fans, hosted by three informed, connected and passionate voices with dedicated social media followings.



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Chris Kouffman

Chris Kouffman

Simon Clancy

Simon Clancy

Alfredo Arteaga

Alfredo Arteaga

Five on the Floor

Five on the Floor


Hosted by
Ethan Skolnick & Alphonse Sidney



A blend of analysis and news on the Miami Heat, with an array of player interviews and media guests.

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Ethan Skolnick

Ethan Skolnick

Alphonse Sidney

Alphonse Sidney

News

NBA Lottery Watch Party! Tuesday, 7 p.m.

We will win one of these eventually.

It probably won’t be Tuesday night, when the Miami Heat have a 4.8 percent chance to get in the top 4 of the 2019 NBA Draft — and a 1 percent chance of the top pick, which could mean Duke forward Zion Williamson.

But we’re trying anyway.

We will hold our 11th official Five Reasons Sports watch party, this one co-sponsored with Miami Heat Beat.

This one will start at 7 p.m., at Tap 42 in Midtown Miami.

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The address is 3252 NE 1st Avenue, Miami, FL 33137.

The lottery is 8:30pm., with the start of the Western Conference Finals (Warriors vs. Blazers) after.

We will have free appetizers. You buy your own beer to drink away your sorrows, when the Heat slip from No. 13 to No. 14 simply because we are there (that happens if the Boston Celtics, via the Sacramento Kings, jump into the top 4).

To follow the event, go to….

Facebook-  Tap 42 MIAMI
Instagram – @tap42bar
twitter- @tap42bar

Why the Character Assassination of Josh Rosen?

This has been an odd weekend, when it comes to the relationship between the Miami sports media and the Miami fans.

Three local reporters have been extremely vocal in their criticism of the Miami Dolphins’ Josh Rosen trade and general draft approach, which is entirely within their rights. Reporters don’t need to like everything a team does. It’s better if they don’t at times; there are some beat writers in this market who go along with whatever the team says at all times, in exchange for access, and that’s not ideal either. But for at least one of the three (and not the two that this writer respects, Omar Kelly of the Sun-Sentinel and Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald), some of this Josh Rosen criticism comes off as  personal.

You’d get whiplash trying to follow all of that writer’s Dolphins opinions over the past 25 years, since they seem to fluctuate based on whether that athlete, executive or agent is giving the writer the inside information he wants. But again, this one has been weird, even though some of it is expected, since Rosen is outspoken politically, with views that don’t align at all with that writer.

On March 5, that writer tweeted that “trading maybe a 4th for Josh Rosen is a win-win. If he grows up and balls, they may have their franchise QB. If he stinks, he helped team #TankforTua while giving impression they were trying.” That’s an extremely lucid take. And it’s fair to point out that the Dolphins did not trade just a fourth round pick for the second-year quarterback out of UCLA on Friday. They traded a second-rounder and a 2020 fifth-rounder, though it was a lower second-rounder (No. 62 vs. No. 48) than they originally had, and they did pick up a 2020 second-rounder in that earlier deal. So it’s sort of like they did trade a fourth-rounder.

But again, evaluating Rosen as a player, and deciding he isn’t worth something, is totally within reason. Changing your mind is within reason. Some of those in the Five Reasons Sports Network did that to some degree as well. Circumstances change. Evaluations change.

I mean, our guys on Three Yards Per Carry don’t even agree with each other on the trade, and our network is split down the middle.

That’s all fair. That’s sports.

What’s not really fair is the character hit job on Rosen.

We’re not dignifying this by posting any screen-shotted tweets (and it took a while to find someone in our network who isn’t blocked), but this was the quote in that tweet: “I’ve talked to multiple people about Josh Rosen today. The play is not what troubles. The person does.”

So, unnamed sources about someone’s character?

That’s sort of well, journalistic malpractice.

Is it because of what that writer tweeted earlier Friday that “it was safe to believe Dolphins would NOT give up their second round pick (48 overall) for Josh Rosen”? (Again, true that they didn’t give up 48 ultimately, even if that’s splitting hairs.) …

Is it because Rosen wore a “f— Trump” hat on a Trump golf course, and that might offend someone who has devoted so much energy to trashing Colin Kaepernick?

Whatever it is, it appears to be total BS.

This guy seems like a fairly swell person, no?

OK, maybe he could have faked that.

This too….

Well, there’s a segment of the political population that doesn’t care for either LeBron James or Chris Long, and thinks they should “shut up and dribble” or, in Long’s case, “shut up and sack” or something.

But what about these tweets from someone who would seem to know better — the Cardinals’ respected broadcasting voice?

A guy who happens to do a lot of national work for ESPN?

Oops, sorry, a screenshot slipped in.

OK, OK, Pasch works for the team.

The fans probably hate Rosen, though, right?

I mean, he wasn’t good last year, and apparently he’s a personality problem.

Oh, and even that writer’s colleague:

No, throwing under the bus is reserved for reporters, apparently.

Well, maybe just one here.

Because others seem to get it.