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Former Syracuse and NFL star Donovin Darius spoke with Joe Lisi about his outstanding career in college and the NFL. Donovin was a standout for the Orangeman from 1994-1997 and became two-time All Big East selection in 1995 and 1996. In 1997, Darius became the All-Big East Defensive Player of the Year which led to him being drafted in the 1st round of the 1998 NFL Draft (25th overall).
Darius was a standout at the safety position for Syracuse who played the game with intensity and great work ethic. He was a fantastic in run support and was able to make plays sidleine to sidleine against opposing offenses. Donovin finished his career in Syracuse with 379 total tackles.
Donovin was drafted by te Jacksonville Jaguars in 1998 and spent nine years with the team from 1998-2006. During that time he recorded 624 total tackles, 14 interceptions and 2 sacks and became the leader of the secondary. He was a dominant hitter at the safety position and was one of the best safeties in the NFL during his playing days.
After his playing days were over in 2007, Darius began working on life after football and has spent his time giving back to younger athletes of all ages through his charity called: The Donovin Darius Foundation.
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Donovin is a role model for his abiltiy to mentor younger people and his ability to relate the game of football to life's experiences. Donovin is an inspiration to former NFL players as well through the NFL LEgends program which helps former players transition to life after football. Donovin is part of a team that was created by the NFL to help former players with any transition after their playing days are over.
Albany City Treasurer Darius Shahinfar talks about fiscal problems in the City of Albany
Darius Soriano (@ForumBlueGold) of Forum Blue and Gold joins Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) to preview the Los Angeles Lakers season. Topics include: How good D'Angelo Russell, Jordan Clarkson, and Julius Randle can be; what to make of Kobe Bryant's potential last year and what will happen next year if he wants to return; the impact of Roy Hibbert on both ends; assessing the job of the front office, coaching, and training staff, and finally predictions for the Lakers season.
Introducing Darius Austin. Darius is the President of The National Show Band Association and is the CEO and Founder of Team PrimeTime. The NSBA is a show band network community rooted in musicianship and scholarship and their mission is to bring joy, excitement, and entertainment to every household in the world through music. Tonight we meet Darius to find out where he is from, how he became the president of a band organization and he will tell us all about NSBA. Please call in at 718 664 6025, you can join our chat room live on the page of the broadcast. You can email the show at email@example.com, tweet us @marchingpodcast or follow our blog at blog4.themarchingpodcast.com
Feurestein's Fire is now a member of Once A Metro in SB Nation
The Original American Soccer Show with Heart and Passion. Discussing our Clubs, Leagues, Players, National Team and other Fabulous Moments
Brian Keyser P.A. Announcer of the Harrisburg City Islanders discusses the clubs move to the Minor League Baseball Stadium for their future seasons, Darius Shirzadi of Project GOAL returns to discuss an update of his orginazation and what they are doing in Providence, Rhode Island. Matt Miazga's transfer to Chelsea.
TONIGHT, ON THE NDUSTRY, WE HOST COMEDIAN, OUR FANS' FAVORITE... ATRAIN!!!!
Always coming at you like a locomotive, you can catch Comedian and Radio Personality A-Train steamrolling stages across the country spouting about life as the baby of seven to a single mom. Before hitting the road with his homegrown brand of comedy, A-Train was co-host of the #1 drive-time local radio show in its market in Jacksonville, FL and also spent two and a half years as house emcee of Florida’s largest comedy room, The Comedy Club of Jacksonville. Host of the ultimate entertainment experience, A-TrainLive! with Comedian A-Train and Friends, he’s not done too shabbily for a career that was launched on a dare.
While he has put in tremendous hours studying all the greats, his upbringing, hysterical family dynamic, and clean sets have proven to be the catalyst and winning edge for A-Train’s professional career in comedy. As an emcee and corporate host/facilitator, A-Train’s client list is extensive. Cigna Global, United Way, WhiteWave and The City of Jacksonville are among a few of his satisfied clientele. He is the first and only comedian in the city’s 37-year history to host the Jacksonville Jazz Festival in Jacksonville, Florida, the second largest jazz festival in the country and voted in the Top 20 Best. He has traveled and opened for his beloved mentor DL Hughley, as well as opening for Bill Bellamy, Dave Coulier, Elayne Boosler, Keith Robinson, Pete Lee, Rich Vos, Orny Adams, James Yun, and Country Wayne. He’s featured for Julie Scoggins, Ali Siddiq, Zainab Johnson, Pierre Edwards and shared the stage with Malik S, Mike Bonner, Ambrose Jones, Steve Brown, and so many more. He has hosted for Erica Campbell, Mary Mary, Yolanda Adams, Tamela Mann, Big Daddy Kane, Miles Jaye, and former NFL Players Donovan Darius and Frank D. Murphy, Jr. TUNE-IN FROM 7-8 PM EST. LISTEN VIA MOBILE AT 718-766-4964 OR ONLINE
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