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  • 00:17

    Texas State Bobcats Softball Preview

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    #203: Cat Osterman, Assistant Coach, Texas State.  Texas State kicks off the 2016 season this week on Feb. 12, hosting the the CenturyLink Classic in San Marcos, Texas.  The tournament will include; Oklahoma State University, DePaul, Northwestern State and Abilene Christian.   In her first season with the Bobcats in 2015, Osterman led freshman pitcher Randi Rupp to earning First-Team All-Sun Belt Conference honors as well as being NFCA All-Region selection. Rupp threw her first no-hitter for the Bobcats on March 23 against UL Monroe before quickly following suit with her first perfect game on April 15 against Houston Baptist. With 293 strikeouts, Rupp led the Sun Belt Conference in her first year.  Prior to the start of the 2016 season, Rupp was named the Sun Belt Conference’s Preseason Pitcher of the Year.  Osterman joined the Bobcat squad in 2015 after spending three seasons as an assistant coach at St. Edwards University.  Bobcats Twitter, Bobcats Facebook, Coach Osterman Twitter, Coach Osterman Official Site, TCRS Twitter, TCRS Facebook

  • 00:33

    RadioWild: Defending Predators with Brooks Fahy

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    In this episode of RadioWild, we talk with Brooks Fahy of Predator Defense on important issues regarding predators across America. Wolves, Coyotes, Cougars, Bobcats, and Bears have been under the gun, quite literally, in many states. Brooks and his team at Predator Defense work tirelessly to the defense of these misunderstood and often persecuted animals. Learn what Predator Defense is doing to protect these predators from these problems in this intriguiing episode of RadioWild.

  • 00:41

    Episode 24: Previewing Ohio Bobcats Football's 2014 Season With Nick Komjati

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    In 2012 Sports Illustrated declared Ohio as the next BCS busting program. Then it all fell apart. The Bobcats crumbled in the final stretch of 2012, and after a 6-2 start in 2013, the same followed. When the clock hit zero on a 37-20 to ECU, over were the careers of the greatest senior class in Ohio football history. Tyler Tettleton, Beau Blankenship, Donte Foster, Keith Moore, Travis Carrie are just some of the many names gone from the Bobcats as we enter 2014.

    11 starters return in all, but only three on the offensive side. Expectations are down. It appears Ohio's in for a bumpy 2014. Or are they? To get a better sense of what Ohio Football has to offer in 2014 I brought on a former colleague, Nick Komjati of the Bobcat Sports Showcase and WOUB in Athens, Ohio to help me preview this team. Nick offers some great insight into the quarterback situation, who will be tabbed with running the ball, the expectations surrounding this defense and what 2014 could hold for Ohio.

  • 01:04

    GSU PantherZone (11-18-15) Special Guest: Dave Cohen

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    Jeremy "The Impact" York breaks down the record-setting win for the Panthers over the Texas State Bobcats and gives his three keys for victory for a Panthers win versus the South Alabama Jaguars! Plus, he's joined by special guest and Voice of the Panthers, Dave Cohen! Join them in the GSU PantherZone, presented by Impact Media

  • 01:37

    GMS Bowl Palooza Podcast 1-5

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    Ej the Rainmaker and Erik the Hun walk you through the 2015/16 Bowl season, and it all begins tonight!

    We start with the New Mexico Bowl, and give our plays and predictions for that, as well as the Las Vegas Bowl, Camellia Bowl, Autonation Cure Bowl, wrapping up with the  New Orleans Bowl. 

    That will get all of our listeners covered for the first five games of the bowl season that take place on December 19.

    Be on the lookout for the entire bowl season here at Sports Palooza Radio, as we preview all 43 games that will tke place in the NCAA Football Bowl season!

  • 01:16

    Over and Back: The Worst NBA Jerseys

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    Jason Mann and Rich Kraetsch make their choices for the worst jerseys in each NBA franchise’s history on the latest episode of the Over and Back classic NBA podcast.

    From the Detroit Pistons’ shameful teal period, the New York Knicks’ questionable deviations from their classic look, the Chicago Bulls’ unfortunate experiment with pinstripes, whatever the Houston Rockets were going for in the late 1990s, and lots of franchises’ (Hawks, Kings, Wizards, Warriors, Nuggets, Bobcats/Hornets, Cavaliers) failed experiments with yellow, orange or gold, Jason and Rich dig into the history of each franchise’s worst jerseys and unearth some tasty tidbits.

    In additional to our usual audio version, you can also check out a special video version of this episode that shows the jerseys we are discussing: https://youtu.be/n-MWP4PfBsg

  • 00:11

    Will the Bobcats trade Michael Kidd-Gilchrist?

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    I had the pleasure of going on the air in Charlotte this morning on WFNZ immediately after general manager Rich Cho came on the program. An excerpt of Cho's interview was played, and wait until you listen to his nervous laughter before saying he is not "shopping" Michael Kidd-Gilchrist but is listening to offers.

    That, folks, is semantics.

    "Shopping" is a loaded word. "Listening to offers" is a more soothing statement.

    I went on to defend the story we posted yesterday about Kidd-Gilchrist, and how he would become expendable if Otto Porter falls to the Bobcats at No. 4. 

    And let's not forget that when you are in a position like the one the Bobcats are in, somet

  • 00:22

    Saturday Sit-Down: NASCAR driver and hardcore Hornets fan Ty Dillon

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    NASCAR driver Ty Dillon is busy trying to finish off his XFINITY Series season with a championship but he took a few minutes to talk with us about another one of his loves, the Charlotte Hornets. He is a North Carolina native and has been a fan of both the original Hornets and Bobcats franchises. His wife Haley, will be a familiar face around Time Warner Cable Arena. She was added to the Honeybee roster for the 2015-16 season. In this edition of the Saturday Sit-Down we talk about all the reasons he has to cheer on the teal and purple, his favorite new edition to the Hornets plus the Panthers, barbecue and his basketball skills.

  • 00:19

    Stinger: Charlotte All-Time Team Center Selections

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    The Hive Talk Live Charlotte All-Time Team is almost complete. It's time go in the paint and pick out Charlotte's greatest talent at the center position. Alonzo Mourning may associate himself more with the Miami Heat, but his time in Charlotte was dominant. Emeka Okafor was supposed to be the top-3 talent that could get the Charlotte Bobcats franchise in gear. Al Jefferson got Charlotte back to the playoffs and will try to do it again this season. And then there was Biz...sweet, sweet Bismack Biyombo. 

    This more than any other position showcases the different philosophies Doug and David used to compile their teams. Who do you side with, head or heart?

  • 00:16

    Stinger: Charlotte All-Time Team Shooting Guard Selections

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    The shooting guard position has rarely been kind to the Charlotte Hornets or the Charlotte Bobcats. The '15-'16 Hornets are hoping to turn back this trend with newly acquired guard Nicolas Batum. 

    Without a wealth of options, our discussion turns into a debate of legacy vs. skill. Should Dell Curry's role as team ambassador be taken into account. Should starters get more consideration than prominent role players? How should fans remember Stephen Jackson's roller coaster time in Charlotte? 

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