SJSU Spartans podcast with Ana Kieu: A much-improved SJSU team vs. Boise State; plus more

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On the SJSU Spartans podcast with Ana:

1. Football: SJSU lost to Boise State 52-42, but it was a very competitive game.

2. Football: SJSU takes on Hawaii on Saturday, November 9.

3. Men’s soccer: SJSU showed grit in Texas.

4. Women’s soccer: SJSU beat Fresno State 2-1 for a trip to the Mountain West Tournament.

5. Women’s basketball: SJSU began the regular season at UC Irvine.

Ana’s Final Thoughts.

Listen to Ana on the SJSU Spartans podcast each week at http://www.sjsuspartans.com

Stanford Cardinal football podcast with Jerry Feitelberg: Costello firing on all cylinders, looks forward to throwing against Colorado Saturday

pressdemocrat.com file photo: Stanford Cardinal quarterback KJ Costello (3) prepares to let one fly Sep 21st against Oregon at Stanford Stadium in Palo Alto.

On the Cardinal football podcast with Jerry Feitelberg:

#1 The Cardinal (4-4) have now won three of their last four games. Quarterback KJ Costello missed a few games returned in the Oct 26th game against Arizona (4-4) and led them to a 41-31 victory.

#2 Costello threw for 322 yards 31-44 and three touchdowns. Costello looks like he never missed a step.

#3 It was also a big day for running back Cameron Scarlett, who rushed for 102 yards and two touchdowns.

#4 On receiving, Simi Fehoko caught three passes scored two touchdowns for 97 yards. It looks as if Stanford’s offensive house is in order.

#5 The Cardinal are in Colorado (3-6) for this Saturday against the Buffaloes. From how everything looks, this could be a pretty close matchup between both teams.

Jerry does the Stanford Cardinal football podcasts each Thursday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

SJSU Spartans podcast with Ana Kieu: SJSU barely beats Army, preps for #21 Boise State; plus more

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On the SJSU Spartans podcast with Ana:

1. SJSU football beat Army 34-29 at Michie Stadium in West Point, N.Y.

2. SJSU football will return home to host #21 Boise State this Saturday.

3. SJSU men’s soccer returned to SJ for final home matches against Utah Valley and Air Force.

4. SJSU women’s soccer unable to secure a spot in the 2019 Mountain West Tournament.

5. SJSU men’s water polo goalkeeper Yahav Fire was named the Golden Coast Conference men’s water polo “Player of the Week” for matches played from October 18-20.

Ana’s Final Thoughts

Ana does the SJSU Spartans podcasts each Friday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

Headline Sports podcast with Barbara Mason: Raiders finally return home Sunday; 49ers in Arizona on Thursday Night Football; plus more

photo sfgate.com: Oakland Raiders wide receiver Tyrell Williams (16) is hit by Houston Texans defensive back Keion Crossen (35) after a catch during the second half of an NFL football game Sunday, Oct. 27, 2019, in Houston.

On the Headline Sports podcast with Barbara:

#1 The Oakland Raiders completed their five-game, six-week out of town road trip on Sunday to the tune of a 27-24 loss. The Raiders went 2-3 on the trip and are 3-4 in the AFC West.

#2 The San Francisco 49ers continue to pull it off with another shocker win, 51-13, over the Carolina Panthers. The 49ers remain perfect at 7-0.

#3 The Golden State Warriors are no longer three time World Champions and are the talk of the town but in a bad way are 1-3 and since they lost a core of who they were from last season including Kevin Durant the team is trying to find their way after a win past 0-4 New Orleans.

#4 The Cal Bears continue to be challenged dropping their fourth straight game. Now, Cal is a .500 team and play host to Washington State on Nov. 9th. The Cougars are struggling too. They’ve lost four of their last five.

#5 The San Jose Sharks faced off against Boston and dropped another one 5-1 on Tuesday night and lost their fifth of their last six games winning only one game on this concluded road trip.

Barbara does Headline Sports each Tuesday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

SJSU Spartans podcast with Ana Kieu: SJSU unable to get past SDSU at Homecoming; plus more

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On the SJSU Spartans podcast with Ana:

1. Football: San Jose State lost its Homecoming game to San Diego State, 27-17, on October 19th.

2. Football: San Jose State travel to West Point, N.Y. to take on Army on October 26th.

3. Men’s soccer: San Jose State dropped a 2-1 decision to California Baptist on October 19th.

4. Women’s soccer: Spartans head coach Lauren Hanson broke the all-time wins record.

5. Women’s cross country: San Jose State was led by senior Jenny Sandoval at the Santa Clara Invitational on October 19th.

Ana does the SJSU Spartans podcasts each week at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

Stanford Cardinal football podcast with Jerry Feitelberg: Cardinal have lost 4 of their last 7 games, need this one bad against Arizona

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On the Stanford Cardinal football podcast with Jerry Feitelberg:

#1 Lots to work on for Stanford Cardinal head coach David Shaw and the Cardinal as they come off last Thursday’s loss to the UCLA Bruins at home 34-16.

#2 Lots to talk about for Shaw and the Cardinal and quarterback David West, who threw against the Bruins as the Cardinal third string quarterback, going 15-32 for 143 yards and no touchdowns. West and the offense will have a huge order in improving the offense in Arizona at Stanford Stadium this Saturday.

#3 A total of 16 Cardinal have made their first career starts which included West, with a great percentage of the players being that young and inexperienced the task of getting each of them ready. Saturday has proved challenging, but the Cardinal have won three games this season proving that once in gear Shaw can get his younger players ready.

#4 The Bruins — in the first quarter — got two touchdowns and spread out the rest of their scoring throughout the game for the 18-point win. Stopping the run early will probably be one of Stanford’s biggest goals this Saturday against Arizona.

#5 The Wildcats are coming to Stanford with a two-game losing streak and got crushed in their last two games by Washington and USC. Are the Wildcats a down team are a mad animal backed in a corner coming in this Saturday?

Join Jerry for the Cardinal Football podcast each Thursday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

Headline Sports podcast with Barbara Mason: 49ers get just enough done to beat Washington; Raiders will have to turn the page after getting crushed by the Pack; plus more

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On Headline Sports with Barbara:

#1 The San Francisco 49ers kept their perfect record in tact shutting out Washington on Sunday 9-0. It was, messy, muddy, sloppy, and kicker Robby Gould did all the heavy lifting kicking three field goals for all the scoring.

#2 The Green Bay Packers’ Aaron Rogers threw all day on Sunday against the visiting Oakland Raiders resulting in a 42-24 laugher for the Pack. The Packers ran through the Raiders defense like butter as Rogers passed for five touchdowns.

#3 The 2019 World Series is underway tonight at Minute Maid Field in Houston between the Washington Nationals and the Houston Astros. Both teams come into the series with potent pitching staffs, which proved their success in getting to the World Series.

#4 The Cal Bears (4-3) suffered their third loss dropping to 4-3 in a game they were supposed to win against Oregon State (3-4) 21-17 in Berkeley. The Bears couldn’t get any offense going in the first half.

#5 Quarterback problems live at Stanford University as the Cardinal (3-4) are now on their third quarterback. K.J. Costell and David Mills are both out with injuries and third string quarterback Jack West worked under center last Thursday night, but couldn’t get enough yards, rushing or passing done in the 34-16 loss to the UCLA Bruins (2-5).

Listen to Barbara Tuesdays for Headline Sports at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

NCAAF podcast with Michelle Richardson: Buckeyes come away with easy win; Pittsburgh wins 4th straight game; Michigan State’s Dantonio has 7-hour deposition

athletic.com photo: Ohio State running back J.K. Dobbins, who carried for 121 yards, contributed to the Buckeyes’ landslide win Friday at Northwestern.

On the NCAAF podcast with Michelle:

#1 The Ohio State Buckeyes quarterback Justin Fields threw four touchdowns and running back J.K. Dobbins ran for 121 yards as the No. 4 ranked Buckeyes crushed Northerwestern in a laugher 52-3 on Friday night.

#2 Pittsburgh (5-2, 2-1) edged Syracuse (3-4, 0-3) 27-20 when Pittsburgh quarterback Kenny Pickett threw for 232 yards and two touchdowns. Pickett even used a trick play in one of his touchdowns. The win was Pittsburgh’s fourth consecutive.

#4 Michigan State University head coach Mark Dantonio, who had a seven-hour deposition for wrongful termination issues regarding the recruiting of Austin Robertson, who is in prison for sexual assault. Six MSU players have entered a transfer portal and MSU is in a state of dysfunction are 4-3 this season.

Michelle’s Final Thoughts

Michelle does the NCAAF podcasts each Sunday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

SJSU Spartans podcast with Ana Kieu: SJSU drops heartbreaker at Nevada, looks ahead to SDSU; plus more

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On the San Jose State Spartans podcast with Ana:

1. Football: San Jose State dropped a heartbreaker to Nevada 41-38 last Saturday.

2. Football: San Jose State to host San Diego State this Saturday.

3. Soccer: San Jose State earned its first road result of the season at Grand Canyon last Friday.

4. Soccer: San Jose State fell to UNLV 2-1 on Sunday.

5. Women’s golf: San Jose State finished ninth at Stanford Intercollegiate on Sunday.

Ana does the San Jose State Spartans podcasts each week at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

Stanford Cardinal Football podcast with Jerry Feitelberg: UCLA comes calling tonight at Stanford Stadium on Pac-12 Thursday Night Football

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On the Stanford Football podcast with Jerry Feitelberg:

#1  Despite losing 10 key contributors from its two-deep depth chart and having five players out of the lineup, Stanford Cardinal (3-3) head coach David Shaw has taken his team and developed them into winning ways such as the way they were able to defeat the Washington Huskies (4-2), 23-13.

#2 Jerry talks about Stanford quarterback David Mills, who went 21-30 for 293 yards, and one touchdown.

#3 There was very doubt that coach Shaw and the Cardinal, who were 16.5 points underdogs against the Washington Huskies in the October 5th game, could pull this one off, but the defense was certainly key as the Cardinal won by ten points.

#4 Stanford head coach David Shaw and UCLA head coach Chip Kelly will meet tonight at Stanford Stadium. It’ll be like old times and Shaw hopes to pull off another win at Stanford Stadium.

#5 How does Stanford quarterback David Mills stack up going against the Bruins defense and Chip Kelly’s game plan?

Jerry Feitelberg does the Cardinal podcasts each Thursday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com