We follow up (again!) on the debate on college athletes getting paid. Then, what can Summit League teams gain from their exhibition and pre-conference schedule? Plus, which teams will reap the biggest benefits from transfers, and how will the missing stars from last year affect this years' teams?
He’s got the pipes, and he knows how to use them. Dave Steele is the deep, convincing voice for national advertising campaigns like DirectTV and Bud Light’s Real Internet Heroes of Genius. He is also the hype guy for Midco Sports Network. Tom Nieman chats with Steele about his journey into the voice-over game and the power of a warm, sincere delivery.
We follow up on the national debate on whether college athletes should get paid for the use of their name, image and likeness. Then, can a Division III program really make the leap straight to Division I? And are North Dakota State and the University of South Dakota really the teams to beat in Summit League men's basketball this year, and USD and SDSU on the women’s side?
Covering college basketball like only a conservative former coach, an aging current broadcaster and an opinionated former player can… the StemeNiemaDosch Hoops Podcast brings you smart talk, reasonable debate and national and local guests from the Summit League to the Power Five. In this episode, Greg Stemen, Tom Nieman and Zach Dosch get into it on a couple of national topics of the day.
He started at Huron High School as a really good, but under the radar football player. See where Bailey Schoenfelder is now and how he got to playing Gopher football.
Tyler Merriam has been the radio voice of South Dakota State University athletics for close to a decade. He jumps on the MidcoSN podcast to talk about the "other" Merriam family in Central South Dakota, his head full of useless baseball knowledge and his new football color guy, Brady Hale.