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Join the commissioner of the NFFL2k and Legends of the Fall leagues as he discusses the week that was. Who is hot and who is not? The final weeks of the regular season and what is in store coming up.. Also Commissoner news and nuggets and an update on the rulebook(s). As well, always taking calls from owners from the LOF and NFFL2K, and even owners outside the league as well!
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Join me as I will be discussing both the Legends of the Fall, and the NFFL2K.
Recapping the week that was and the week that will be.
I will also be talking everything fantasy from a commissioners standpoint, owner standpoint, and an outsider.
Im going to be talking EVERYTHING that has gone down this week, and the last time I was on the air, as it relates to fantasy football and the leagues....
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Join me as I discuss the week that was, Do we have a new owner in both leagues or am I back to square one? What is going on with FCFS vs. Blind Bidding? Illegal lineups, who is hot and who is not? Commissoner news and nuggets and an update on the rulebook(s). As well, always taking calls from owners from the LOF and NFFL2K, and even owners outside the league as well!
Talking NFFL2K and Legends of the Fall happenings.. Want your calls as well!!
Valerie Espinoza was elected Commissioner of District 3 of the Public Regulation Commission in November 2012. She began serving her term and was selected to be Vice-Chair of the Commission in January 2013. She is committed to protecting the public interest while engaging utilities to advance efficiency and clean energy sources. She promotes innovation and technological advancement in the telecommunications, water and transportation (train, ambulance and towing) industries and advocates for public safety as a regulator of the Fire Marshall.
In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec start talking MLB again. The 2015 season will begin with a New Commissioner Rob Manfred, and he has already suggested some things that could look different. Mandfed was quoted as saying “I do think it’s important for the game to continue to modernize." At what cost will this modernzation take. In his defense, he followed that up by saying, “That modernization has to proceed at a pace that allows us to be very respectful of the traditions of the game and keeps us from making a hasty error, as they say.” Bud Selig was commissioner for 20 plus years, and a new era begins with Mandfred. What are you thoughts? Listen in and call the show.
Join your host Wes Blackman as he welcomes District #3 Commissioner Andy Amoroso to the High Noon in Lake Worth studios. Commissioner Amoroso is back from his trip to Austin, Texas where he attended the 2014 National League of Cities conference. He will share what he learned during the various sessions he attended. He will also talk other efforts he is undertaking to secure funding for infrastructure improvements and the like for Lake Worth.
The Entertainment Broadcast Network(EBN) proudly brings to you another entertaining episode of "Total Lacrosse with Jonny Vegas"! The EBN is POWERED by Ministry Of Lacrosse!
Today's Guest is David Gross, The MLL Commissioner!
We will be discusiing about:
-David Gross's Career as the MLL Commissioner
-The 2014 MLL Season
-The Denver Outlaws winning the 2014 MLL Championship
-The upcoming 2015 MLL Season
-Collegiate and Supplemental Drafts
-2015 NCAA Lacrosse Season
Feel free to call in to the show to ask David Gross or Jonny Vegas a question! The number is (646)787-8080!
We have a huge announcement from Section148 coming on later in the show.
First we have essays from Nick Clementi and Tike Narry talking about what they'd do if they were Commissioner in response to Rob Manfred's latest comments about banning the shift. Adam and I will discuss all the provisions given by both guys and tweet us your thoughts.
Stay tuned for the big announcement later in the show. We're very excited about it!
Acting Commissioner of Education David Hespe has been in the position less than a year, but he has already taken an aggressive stance to inform the public about the Common Core State Standards in New Jersey. Acting Commissioner Hespe brings a wealth of experience to his post, having served as a district superintendent, college president, and as commissioner of education previously. These experiences have made him a strong advocate for academic standards. Please join host Ray Pinney as he and Acting Commissioner Hespe discuss the department’s implementation of the academic standards and the response to some of the myths and misunderstandings about the Common Core.
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