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Nate Boyer is one of the most unique NFL Draft Prospects available in the 2015 NFL Draft. He spent the last three seasons long snapping for the Longhorns. He also handled punt-snapping duties in 2013-14.
The background of how Boyer got to Texas and where he wishes to go since he left is one of the better stories you will come across. Waking up on September 11, 2001 and witnessing the horrific devastation inspired Boyer to spend nearly a decade serving our country on the front-lines.
He returned from several tours of duty to walk-on at Univsersity of Texas and eventually become the long snapper. Add in the fact that Boyer is training to become an NFL long snapper at the age of 34 makes his impressive and inspirational story that much more to take an interest in.
Join host Bo Marchionte and special guest Nate Boyer on the College2Pro.com Players' Platform Show.
Grand Analog is a raw collective of seasoned record collectors, musicians, and self-described beat junkies with music described as “a beautiful mess of rap’n’roll, dub, and soul.” Their latest release, 2013's Modern Thunder received critical acclaim upon its release and led to the band signing with Jillionaire of Major Lazer's new label, Feel Up Records.
As for The Good Boys, this three-piece focuses on music’s golden past by nurturing the sounds and aesthetics of early innovators like The Beatles and The Beach Boys. The Good Boys celebrate a time when a dapper group of men dressed in suit jackets and neckties could turn a room of well-behaved teenagers into a teeming frenzy.
Tune in to another episode of "Inside the War Room" where David West will be hosting Penn State Long Snapper Dan Jordan. Typically, this is not a positon that does not get much attention but one bad snap can turn the tide of a game so it is essential to have a reliable player at this position. Follow Dan Jordan and NFL Draft War Room on twitter @SnapYouLongTime & @NFLDraftWRoom respectively. Have you missed a recent interview? Check out the interview archives here: http://www.nfldraftwarroom.com/interviews.html
John Silver joins Dapper Dan and Crazy Joe for his first interview with Total Chaos Pecaw. John Silver and Alex Reynolds comprise one of the most exciting tag teams in CZW today : The Beaver Boys. John Silver talks about his time in Professional Wrestling with our hosts. Wrestling in Combat Zone Wrestling ( and coming off an exceptional showing at Cage of Death XVI ), the future looks bright for this young superstar!
As Crazy Joe races through South Philly at 90 mph (with a loud thumping sounding from the trunk of his car), Dapper Dan and Crazy Joe hit the studio for a a knockdown, dragout brawl of words.
See Cage of Death XVI LIVE or on IPPV Saturday December 13th at the Flyers Skate Zone in Voorhees, NJ. Bell time: 7:30pm by visiting the CZW website at: http://www.czwrestling.com/
You can check out Devon Moore's website at: http://devon-moore.net/
What's that Crazy Joe? A special guest is scheduled to call in to the Total Chaos Pecaw show? Let me guess: Maven Bentley? Oh, on next month. Devon Moore? He's on next week. Well, I guess I need to tune in to find out. Since you are not telling me, I am thinking this is going to be a must listen to show! Why the sly grin Dapper Dan? And why do you have barbed wire in your hands, Joe?
Be sure to check out the Combat Zone wrestling website for CZW news and ticket information at http://www.czwrestling.com/
Join us in a conversation with Teneyse Williams, co-founder of Dapper Dads Magazine in a conversation about small business ownership and entrepreneurship.
Accordingly to NPR, although the national unemployment rate has fallen steadily in recent months, youth unemployment remains high, and the jobless rate is even higher among young minorities. For young people between the ages of 16 and 24, unemployment is more than twice the national rate, at 14.2 percent. For African-Americans, that rate jumps to 21.4 percent.
Our conversation tonight will highlight a young entrepreneur as a way to inspire our youth to consider entrepreneurship as a viable career option and to be optimistic about their future. We want to encourage them to embrace a can-do attitude in the face of high unemployment statistics, adversity or misfortune. Also, we want to remind them that when life gives them lemons, which is a metaphor for bitterness and disappoint, that they have the potential to create an opportunity for themselves where they can turn those lemons into lemonade to make it sweeter and advantageous to them.
CeCe Peniston was born Cecilia Veronica Peniston on September 8,1969. Her storybook beginning is magical in that CeCe Peniston spent most of her formative years in Phoenix, Arizona and got her first start singing before her congregation in church. She performed in plays and musicals and participated in talent shows while learning to play the piano. The real testament of her talent was in 1987 when Peniston, still a high school student, landed a part in a local production of Bubbling Brown Sugar. From their, she would earn her diploma and continue on to the University of Phoenix to study Liberal Arts.
Neo-soul/gospel/group SENSERE, groomed and promoted by former Sony VP, Eddie Pugh. This group is based in South Florida, and would be awesome for an inspirational show looking to pair non-traditional, but uplifting fare -- in that Earth Wind & Fire way. With a touch of hip-hop, jazz and neo- soul, SENSERE looks and performs like The Roots (dapper & funky) with a horn section like EWF and the lyrical spirit of Mary Mary!
Hailing from Minneapolis, Minnesota, Roy Belfrey is a business mogul turned moviemaker. Roy participates in multiple facets of the entertainment industry, as he owns and operates MN FINEST Records, a subsidiary of Universal Music Group. "Matthew 18" is Roy Belfrey’s first feature film, which he wrote, directed and self-produced.
An eclectic jazz collective blazing out of Hillside, New Jersey, Urban Wolf Symphony breaks barriers, creating and performing music that both defies categorization and comparisons, yet feels familiar and welcome to the music lover's ear. This cutting edge jazz/fusion collaboration also features a deejay, for that extra aural touch. They're not just “outside the box” – they fashioned a new one.
If you look at Dr. Marc, he is a short, chubby, bald, bearded man who at an earlier time must have been a handsome man. Dr. Marc is going to take a sleep study tonight and we hope he gives us a call from room before he goes night night. Dr. Marc has all the symptoms of sleep apnea and as per his wife he is a loud snorer. If you have any sleeping problems or know someone who has them give as call at 646-959-3275 and discuss it over a cup of coffee. We will also get an update on the health of Dapper Dan, one of our favorite callers.
Jake Tripucka, second-year midfielder for Major League Lacrosse's Charlotte Hounds, discusses with Lacrosse Lounge host Phil Shore (Lacrosse Magazine, New England Lacrosse Journal) what it's like for him to to be a professional lacrosse player and what's going on with the Hounds after five games in the 2014 season.
Tripucka comes from a family of professional athletes. His grandfather, Frank, was a quarterback in the NFL, AFL and CFL, and his No. 18 jersey was retired by the Denver Broncos (before Tripucka gave his approval for Peyton Manning to wear it in 2012). His father, Kelly, played in the NBA from 1981 to 1991 and is a two-time All-Star. His brother, Travis, is a free agent long snapper in the NFL.
Tripucka helped Duke win two NCAA Division 1 national championships in 2010 and 2013 and was a big part of Charlotte's run to the 2013 MLL Championship game.