What will happen this season in Smashville? Here are a few guesses.
Indianapolis comes to town for an AFC South matchup Sunday
After a disastrous opening loss against Arizona, Tennessee heads to Seattle Sunday
Tennessee looks for a strong start to 2021 against Arizona Sunday
The podcast bids farewell to one of its own
Mike Vrabel’s staffing moves could take Tennessee’s team from good to great
We all know about Henry, Jones and Brown — but here are some lesser-known players to watch
Talking to MLS chief Don Garber about Nashville SC’s stadium, player development, the league’s place in world soccer and more
A close look at the track, the drivers and the technical aspects of this weekend’s race
Music City Grand Prix’s organizers are looking to get on a level with some of U.S. racing’s most prestigious events
A lot has happened in Smashville in the past couple of weeks — here are three important takeaways
Walsh will compete in the 200-meter individual medley July 26-28
Defenseman Luke Prokop becomes first player with an NHL contract to come out
Beloved goalie Pekka Rinne has officially retired — will the team lose another big name in next week’s expansion draft?
The Nashville Predators goalie announced his retirement Tuesday after 15 years with the team
At big Nashville Superspeedway races and small independent car clubs alike, there’s a sense of community spirit
Viktor Arvidsson has been traded to Los Angeles. That’s not necessarily a bad thing
With Nashville's season over, co-hosts Michael Gallagher, Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling reflect on what went wrong, what went right and what next season's team might look like. In July the Seattle Kraken get to choose one player from every NHL team in the expansion draft. Teams are all…
During last week's episode co-hosts Michael Gallagher, Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling wondered if the home-ice advantage — and the notoriously loud Bridgestone crowd — would give the Preds the spark they needed to defeat the Canes in Games 3 and 4. The answer was heard loud and clear: Y…
On this week's episode, co-hosts Michael Gallagher, Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling recap the team's first two games against the Carolina Hurricanes. What went wrong? Was the lack of producing on the power play the only issue on the ice?
The Carolina Hurricanes are a lot of fun.
What's there to talk about this week other than Pekka Rinne's possible retirement? This week cohosts Michael Gallagher, Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling reminisce on what the goalie has brought to not just the franchise but also the city of Nashville throughout his career with the Predato…
Sitting in the grass of Fair Park, there’s a new attraction peeking out over the trees. It’s not a Ferris wheel — the Tennessee State Fair is permanently moving to Wilson County starting this year — and it’s not the speedway. The black girders of the south stands of Nashville SC’s new home h…
Monday night may have been Pekka Rinne's last game as a Nashville Predator — and it was perfect poetry
Tanner Jeannot. That's what this week's episode is about. Tanner Jeannot and his magical ability to send grown men tumbling across the ice.
Wow, OK, so the Preds are really doing this. It's entirely possible that they're going to make the 2021 Stanley Cup Playoffs. This week, IAYF cohosts Michael Gallagher, Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling take a look at what needs to happen in the remaining games for the Preds to clinch that…
Things get a little heated this week as co-hosts Michael Gallagher, Megan Seling and special guest J.R. Lind discuss whether or not David Poile should've made a big move before the trade deadline. Sure, the team has been winning lately, but the start of a season was a much different story! D…
It's a very special edition of It's All Your Fault this week as Justin Bradford of Penalty Box Radio joins co-hosts Michael Gallagher and Geert De Lombaerde to talk about all things Preds. Not only is Bradford the editor-in-chief at Penalty Box, but he's also the Commissioner of SECHC Hockey…
The youth movement, the youth movement, the youth movement. For months, IAYF co-hosts Michael Gallagher, Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling have been begging the Preds coaching staff to trust the youth movement. And now that they finally are, look at what's happening! A six-game winning str…
For weeks, months even, IAYF co-hosts Michael Gallagher, Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling have been begging the Nashville Predators to put Eeli Tolvanen on the ice and pair him with top-line players like Filip Forsberg. Well, Coach Hynes finally heard them, and look what happened: Tolvane…
During the last episode of It's All Your Fault, co-hosts Michael Gallagher, Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling discussed whether or not it was time for the Nashville Predators to rebuild. Fire the coach! Fire the GM! Fire every player! Start over!
Welcome to a very special edition of It's All Your Fault, where hosts Michael Gallagher, Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling literally scream into the mics for 60 minutes.
I’m tired of wondering if the man I’m cheering for assaulted a woman
There have been a lot of changes within the Nashville Predators franchise over the past year — there's a new head coach, a handful of promising new forwards and a new starting goalie, for instance — but nine games into the new season and it looks like the team is still haunted by old problems.
Well, that didn’t last long. When this episode was recorded Thursday morning, the Nashville Predators were (SOMEHOW?!) sitting at the top of the Central Division. Despite that 0-7 loss to Dallas. Now, on Friday, they’re currently tied for second. Still, an impressive feat for a team with one…
Well, it didn’t take long for COVID-19 to further impact Nashville’s 2020-21 hockey season. Tuesday night’s game — the second in a back-to-back with the Carolina Hurricanes - was postponed out of “an abundance of caution” after multiple Hurricanes players were moved to the COVID-19 protocol list.
Get ready, hockey fans, because the first Nashville Predators game of what will surely be a very strange season is just hours away — the Preds face the Blue Jackets on Thursday at 7 p.m. So on this week's episode of It's All Your Fault, Michael Gallagher, Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling …
Welcome to 2021, hockey fans, where the NHL season is only 56 games long and the four divisions are split up unlike ever before. Weird!
Taking a gander at what the Titans, the Predators, Nashville SC and the rest will look like in the new year
Nashville SC closed out a wildly successful inaugural season by making an improbable run to Major League Soccer’s Eastern Conference semifinals. The best way to understand the campaign is by considering the following set of numbers.
There’s a very real possibility history will be made during Vanderbilt’s football game today at Missouri, as the Commodores will put an SEC champion on the gridiron for the first time.
Gary Smith has an expectations problem: He’s starting to create them.
Having spent the past two weeks ravaged by a COVID outbreak rivaled only by that of the White House, the Tennessee Titans return to action (presumably) Tuesday, hosting the Buffalo Bills at Nissan Stadium at the completely normal time of 6 p.m.
It appears the Tennessee Titans’ run-in with COVID-19 is much bigger than just outside linebackers coach Shane Bowen’s positive results from Saturday.
Roman Josi is a Norris Trophy-winning defenseman!
At the end of four minutes of stoppage time, the referee blew the whistle on Nashville SC’s convincing 4-2 win over Atlanta United on Saturday night at Nissan Stadium. Head coach Gary Smith turned to his staff — he high-fived one coach and fist-bumped another, and finally elbow-bumped anothe…
On this week's IAYF, hosts Michael Gallagher, Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling look into their crystal hockey puck and try to predict what the Nashville Predators roster might look like come October ... er, December. When does the season start again?
Well, it's over. For the first time since the 2013-14 season, the Nashville Predators won't be playing in the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs. For Preds fans, it is the cherry on top of this otherwise truly awful year.
Sunday's Preds game was hard to watch. While most players looked strong and refreshed during July's training camp (as well as Thursday's exhibition game against the Dallas Stars) the team appeared to fall back into old habits when it came time for their first game in the post-season qualifyi…
Diving into the discussions and frustrations surrounding the city’s homeless encampments