The Student Media Poll Podcast Network, launched in January 2022 on the SMP’s one-year anniversary, has announced its initial lineup of programs, all hosted by SMP voters. Shows are distributed by Anchor and will be available on all major podcast platforms.
More shows will be announced in the near future, including a full lineup of dedicated men’s and women’s college basketball shows ahead of the season in November.
The full 11-show podcast lineup is as follows:
Student Media Poll Podcast
Host and SMP Podcast Network Director Jack Duffey is joined by new SMP voters each week of the college football season to break down their ballots and debate the way they voted.
SMP Late Night
Live on Twitter Spaces every college football Saturday, SMP Founder and Director Patrick Felts is joined by SMP voters to break down the week’s games right after they happen.
First and 1G
SMP Founder and Director Patrick Felts and Director of Visual Content Reid Murray talk all things Big Ten football.
This podcast Just Means More. SMP Podcast Network Director Jack Duffey and Michael Hull cover SEC football from the perspective of student journalists at Georgia and Florida.
Host J.J. Post and an all-star cast of Notre Dame student media cover all things Fighting Irish athletics, live from the Duncan Student Center.
The 50th Take
Hot takes from Hawaii, the 50th state! Tanner Haworth and Tyler Higashi give you the best takes from the middle of the Pacific Ocean, as they take on the NFL and College Football.
Anthony Gharib and Adam Jasper talk about the USC Trojans with a large helping of the rest of the Pac 12 on the side.
SMP Softball Show
Host Emma Watson (no, not that one) takes you inside the pitcher’s circle for an in-depth look at the world of college softball. Coming this winter.
The HBCU Show
Host Ashton Woods of Delaware State talks HBCU sports at a national level from the student’s point of view.
Return of the MAC
Hosts Daniel Kehn and Skyler Kisellus take on college football’s weeknight powerhouse — the MAC.
Fun in the Sun Belt
Grant Johnson, Madie Hricik, DJ Cadden and Dima Mixon cover one of the G5’s top conferences, the Sun Belt.