At Inside the Pylon, we realize that not everyone has the time to read through our articles. So we are building a lineup of podcasts featuring the same great writers that produce all of our written content. Whether you want to enjoy Inside the Pylon on the train, in the car, or maybe just tuning out history class, there is a podcast that is right for you and that will help you learn more about football. Please subscribe to our podcasts below, and if you are already a subscriber, we would love it if you took a minute to leave us a review so more people can find out about us. Thanks for listening.
The ITP Quick Kicks Podcast is a daily 15-minute show that takes you inside a key story happening in the NCAA or NFL every weekday. A quick way to get up to speed on major events around football, Quick Kicks discussions feature key matchup breakdowns, prospect film review, terms from the ITP Glossary, free agent contract analysis, and the occasional onside kick. Join Mark Schofield and Chuck Zodda every day to stay up to date on football news at every level.
Breaking the Plane is Inside the Pylon’s podcast dedicated to all things NFL. Hosts Matt Williamson and Jon Ledyard give you multiple shows every week breaking down all of the previous week’s games, as well as looking ahead at upcoming battles in the NFL. In the offseason, the conversation turns to the NFL draft and how each team can make the best use of its available resources to come back stronger next year. If you want the best NFL talk out there, make sure you subscribe to Breaking the Plane today.
Can’t get enough college football? Our Pylon U Podcast is right up your alley, with Shane Alexander and Jeff Feyerer taking you through everything that is happening on campus as it relates to football. From weekly previews and analysis to draft profiles of key players, the Pylon U Podcast is your go-to source for anything related to college football. Make sure you subscribe today so you don’t miss a single episode.
Beyond box scores, player evaluation, and schematics, there are questions facing the NFL and its member teams. What can be done to gain a competitive advantage? How will rising revenues and therefore salary cap thresholds affect roster construction? How can/should decision makers work to manage ownership in their decision making processes? All of these topics and more will be explored on the Football Think Tank podcast where, NFL scout and Director of The Scouting Academy, Dan Hatman, hosts a round table discussion each week with NFL executives, analysts, and thought leaders to challenge the status quo of where the game is and where it is headed.