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219 GreenConnect host Kathy Sipple speaks with Kathy Luther of the Northwest Indiana Regional Planning Commission (NIRPC) about a new program designed to help make solar energy more affordable and accessible to region residents. Listen in to learn which communities have signed up and how you can be a part of it.
On Gold and Black Radio, we break down Purdue's matchup at Indiana for the Old Oaken Bucket and look at what the game means for the Boilermakers' rebuilding and offseason. We talk to Matt Weaver of Peegs.com about the Hoosiers. Plus, a feature on what the Boilermakers are thankful for during this holiday season. Recruiting, "Over/under" and more.
The APRHF's Let's Talk Trains turns it's focus from Illinois to Indiana this week. Indiana Rail Road President/CEO Thomas Hoback recently announced his upcoming retirement. We will visit with him to get his story along with his railroad's story. We will find out how the Indiana Railroad came to be and what it has become. Join us live or in the archives. Join in the conversation at 646-716-7106 or in the chatroom.
one of the greatest movies ever made indiana jones. these films were awesome and there been copycat movies out there like the mummy and tomb raider. but if it wasn't for indiana jones we wouldn't have these spin off or copycats. but what was your favorite indiana jones movie when u were growing up as a kid. plus what u think of the young indy shows after the third one came out. harrison ford was the best indiana jones and now there talk about a reboot movies. no word on who going play him. but i hope it turns out good and stay true to the classic ones that harrison ford did. but call in and tell us what u think of the first four movies and the upcoming reboot.
Rahrig started 36 times and appeared in 40 games during his career. He started 19 times at center, 12 times at left guard and five times at right guard. Rahrig graduated with a bachelor of science degree in exercise science in December 2014.
2014 Honors: Elected team captain along with Tevin Coleman, Bobby Richardson and Shane Wynn ... honorable mention All-Big Ten (coaches and media) ... nominee for the Rimington Trophy and the Burlsworth Trophy ... received Indiana's Howard Brown "Dedication to IU Football" Award.
2014 (Senior): Started all 12 games, the first six at center and the final six at left guard ... played a team-high 808 snaps and allowed just two sacks ... finished second among the linemen with 56 knockdowns ... the team set a program single-season record with 3,163 rushing yards ... Indiana averaged 263.6 rushing yards per game (ninth nationally, third in the Big Ten) and 405.0 total yards (fifth in the Big Ten) ... the Hoosiers gained 200 yards 10 times (tied for ninth nationally, third in the Big Ten), averaged 5.9 yards per carry (eighth nationally, second in the Big Ten) and scored 29 times on the ground (tied for 33rd nationally, sixth in the Big Ten) ... Tevin Coleman became the 18th player in FBS history to rush for 2,000 yards (2,036), which set a school record, is 15th on the FBS all-time list and sixth in Big Ten history ... Coleman was Indiana's third unanimous consensus All-American and finished seventh in Heisman Trophy voting ... IU offensive player of the week (Purdue) ... six-time game captain ... earned a scholarship for the 2014 season at the conclusion of spring practice.
Our first show will air on Friday, January 30th at 5pm. We now have all of our equipment set up properly and can broadcast, receive callers to the show. The show will last approximately for 30 minutes for our first broadcast. We will be covering the following topics tomorrow: The rising meth problem in Indiana, Unemployment, and other topics that may arise. Since this is our first show it will be a bit of a practice run. You may call into the show while we are live by following the instructions on the right side of the page. We also encourage you to tell your friends about our site to help spread the word as we continue to work towards creating a wonderful venue online for Indiana residents to talk and share their opinions.
DAVID COOPER, INDIANA, LB
Cooper started all 36 games during his time in Bloomington and recorded eight-or-more tackles 16 times. He wrapped up his career with 231 stops, 136 solo, with 5.5 sacks (41 yards), 18 tackles for loss (63 yards), one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and four pass breakups. Cooper graduated with a bachelor of liberal studies degree in December 2014.
2014 Honors: Named IU's Defensive Teammate of the Year.
2014 (Senior): Finished fourth on the team with 60 tackles, 34 solo, with three tackles for loss ... started all 12 games ... paced the team in tackles twice (Indiana State and Penn State) ... opened the season with eight stops and one TFL in the Indiana State win ... made nine tackles the following game at Bowling Green ... collected six stops and one tackle for loss at Michigan and against Penn State ... posted seven tackles vs. No. 8 Michigan State ... closed out his career with six stops, five solo, in the Purdue win ... netted six games with six-or-more tackles.
Indiana Hoosiers safety Mark Murphy was honored by the National Football Foundation as a national scholar-athlete, as well as a William V. Campbell finalist at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City (December 9), which is where I was able to sit down with the Indiana product. Murphy was a four-year starter for the Hoosiers, he is IU’s active leading tackler, and a two-time first team Academic All-American. Murphy talks about being a student-athlete, the Indiana Hoosiers football program, his fandom of the Green Bay Packers (Aaron Rodgers or Brett Favre), as well as LeBron James (Mark is an Akron, Ohio native), and gives a scouting report on the Ohio State Buckeyes. Hosted by Daniel Mogollon. (8 Minutes)
Needing to impress the Playoff Selection Committee, and with a 30 point spread, the Buckeyes came out flat, turned the ball over 3 times, and barely beat Indiana. So Matt and Chuck, along with the callers, break down the game, talk about where things wene wrong, what went right, and what it means for Michigan on deck next week. We also update on OSU recruiting, OSU basketball, and other B1G action.
SIIIIIIIIIIIIIIGH. Penn State basketball went out and Penn State basketball'd all over the place over the last two weeks. The Nittany Lions fell to Michigan, Indiana and Purdue by a combined 19 points and generally found ways to clench defeat from the jaws of victory. We're gonna try to cheer you up with the latest episode of the BSD Basketbro Show, in which Bill DiFilippo and Chad Markulics are joined by Onward State's Noel Purcell. The guys talk about the losses, preview the next week and try to figure out what the hell is wrong with Pat Chambers' squad. There may be some Flavor Flav talk in there too. Ugh. This is sad.
There was some amazing news this week!! Indiana, my home state, had finally legalized gay marriage! A federal judge ruled that Indiana's ban on gay marriage was unconstitutional, and did not order an immediate stay. For about 48 hours, we had marriage equality in the state, then a stay was ordered late Friady evening.
We've talked about gay marraige before on the show, but let's talk again. Why not?
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