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NFL Combine Recap Podcast with Austin Pfenninger Ft. Mike Badgley

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I’m open to all criticism and feedback to make future podcasts better. To get this out of the way now, I plan to continue hosting podcasts, but will not interview any current players or high school recruits so there’s no conflict of interest with my future plans.
 
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Sounds like you’re thinking too hard while talking bro. I’m sure you’ll get the jitters out. Appreciate it my dude.
 
I’m open to all criticism and feedback to make future podcasts better. To get this out of the way now, I plan to continue hosting podcasts, but will not interview any current players or high school recruits so there’s no conflict of interest with my future plans.

Great podcast. One quick tip: Don't wait a full minute to introduce yourself! Kick it off by saying it's the CIS podcast and you're Austin "Milton Berle" Pfenninger.
 
Great podcast. One quick tip: Don't wait a full minute to introduce yourself! Kick it off by saying it's the CIS podcast and you're Austin "Milton Berle" Pfenninger.
Thank you will do
 
Was a little nervous, I think I should've had a better outline too heading in. Some things started popping in my head and I deviated a bit

As someone who has both produced and hosted podcasts in the past, that's exactly what you should do. Here's a few tips from my experience:

1. Come prepared with a short outline of what you want to cover - try and list by priority because habitually you will spend more time on first topics versus later topics
2. Highlight any specific questions/updates that you absolutely want to get in, otherwise you will forget and regret it later
3. Attempt to stick to a "schedule" - have a soft cap on how long you plan to spend on any one topic and be prepared with transitions/segways
4. Most importantly, DO NOT TREAT IT LIKE YOU'RE ON THE RADIO - the most successful casters treat their shows like a casual conversation, not like they are speaking into a microphone. This is one example where "keepin' it real" is exactly what you should be doing.

The Ringer has some really good quality shows (Bill Simmons Podcast), as does Uninterrupted (Road Trippin') that you could learn from.

Good luck!
 
Sounded like you settled in nicely once you got going! Appreciate the insight as always!
I recorded the interview first, then my solo segment after.
As someone who has both produced and hosted podcasts in the past, that's exactly what you should do. Here's a few tips from my experience:

1. Come prepared with a short outline of what you want to cover - try and list by priority because habitually you will spend more time on first topics versus later topics
2. Highlight any specific questions/updates that you absolutely want to get in, otherwise you will forget and regret it later
3. Attempt to stick to a "schedule" - have a soft cap on how long you plan to spend on any one topic and be prepared with transitions/segways
4. Most importantly, DO NOT TREAT IT LIKE YOU'RE ON THE RADIO - the most successful casters treat their shows like a casual conversation, not like they are speaking into a microphone. This is one example where "keepin' it real" is exactly what you should be doing.

The Ringer has some really good quality shows (Bill Simmons Podcast), as does Uninterrupted (Road Trippin') that you could learn from.

Good luck!
I appreciate it I’ll try to stick to this going forward
 
Good job Austin. I'm not sure I could do this so I don't even know where to start about tips and what not. Badgley sounds like a funny confident dude. Wish him the best.
 
Good job Austin. I'm not sure I could do this so I don't even know where to start about tips and what not. Badgley sounds like a funny confident dude. Wish him the best.
Thank you, Badge is a great guy. I chose him first because he’s funny and easy to talk to, which made my job much easier my first time doing it
 
I liked it. One suggestion is that for any former player who played under both Golden and Richt, ask how they were different, who they liked better etc. That always is good if they will answer. I liked listening to Badge. Gave me some good insight into his background.
 
I liked it. One suggestion is that for any former player who played under both Golden and Richt, ask how they were different, who they liked better etc. That always is good if they will answer. I liked listening to Badge. Gave me some good insight into his background.
Good idea will do
 

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