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The Indianapolis Basketball Summit had a great showing from players, coaches, and scouts. We will announce the all-tournament teams from the camp along with the MVP. Also we will give updates about recent player signings and the private NBA D-League workouts that our players took part in.
There may not be another team in the AFC w/ higher expectations in 2015 than the Indianapolis Colts. Fans still feel that the team was cheated during the AFC Championship game against the Patriots, & perhaps rightfully so. This team should have a chip on their shoulders after getting obliterated 45-7. Many believe this team is one step closer to obtaining another Super Bowl trophy & maybe they are. But if this unit is going to get over the hump then quarterback Andrew Luck has got to limit his turnovers. The guy threw 4 picks during last year's playoffs, including 2 costly INT's against New England. If he does that, there's no limit to what this team can accomplish. & w/ the off-season additions of wide receiver Andre Johnson & running back Frank Gore, Luck may finally have enough offensive help to capture a Lombardi trophy. Those guys may be nearing the end of their careers but they still have enough in them to make another Super Bowl run in 2015. I'm anxious to see what the defense will look like. Despite recording 41 sacks last year, this team still surrendered a lot of points, particularly in games against Pittsburgh & New England (twice). Bringing in linebacker Trent Cole is a nice pickup. He'll get a chance to help make that defense even better. There's a very bright future in Indy but can they live up to expectations? How will they respond after playing extremely poorly in the conference title game? Tune into "The Rocket Sports Breakdown" Tuesday June 30th @ 10:30am in another 32 for 32 NFL team coverage. Rocket Nation, get ready for a power trip.
Since our last episode, the Indianapolis Colts have wrapped up their two-week training camp at Anderson University and have played their first preseason game - a 36-10 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. In this episode of the podcast, Stampede Blue's Josh Wilson recaps camp and the first preseason game.
Adam Tate, Josh Farmer and Joey Barnes of Tribute Racing preview the 99th Indianapolis 500 live from Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Scott Dixon put the Target Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet on pole, can the 2008 Indy 500 winner take home his second Borg-Warner Trophy?
The defending Verizon IndyCar Series champion, Will Power, starts alongside and takes aim at his first 500 win.
Chevrolet had the upperhand over Honda in qualifying, will they in the race? Plus, Hinchcliffe's injury and Briscoe climbs in as SPM's super-sub.
All this and more as we take you "In the Gravel Trap" live from Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
It's hard to believe that after 4 years, 5 months, and 9 days that I've reached episode #500! What started off as a 10 minute rant on relationships in episode 1 has turned into my own personal legacy. For the 500th time, I will reach out to the world and mix it up with some of the most intelligent and entertaining callers in talk show history.
I have been banging my head against the wall trying to figure out "how in the world can I celebrate Show No. 500?" It's so much trouble trying to reach out to have guests from the past call, so I decided against that. I'm sure that those who still follow the show and have the time will call to say "hello," I decided to do something different. Tonight, my Show Legends and I will play T2Q Trivia!
Not only will they get questions about the history of the show, but they will also answer questions about certain events and pop culture happenings. I'll be giving away T2Q paraphanalia to boot as #500 is finally here!
the Talk 2 Q Radio Show! "No experts. Just opinions."
Show No. 500
Scheduled for 120 mins.
The NFC South was created, in 2002. The only team, from the division, who has not went to the Super Bowl are the Atlanta Falcons. No team had won back to back division titles, until last year. The Carolina Panthers defended their NFC South title. However, there was much debate about them hosting a wild card game, because of their 7-8-1 record. Will this years division champion eclipse the .500 mark?
Can the Carolina Panthers make it three division titles, in a row? The Panthers did not make any major moves in free agency. They picked up a few role players, and the only real loss was DeAngelo Williams. However, he has had a history of nagging injuries, and signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers. The biggest news before the season is the lose of Kelvin Benjamin. He tore his ACL during practice. This could be a big blow offensively. Defensively, they have a kid named Luke Kuechly, who is one of the best tacklers, in the NFL. They have a good front seven, and added depth by drafting linebacker Shaq Thompson. The secondary could be a question mark, but with a good pass rush, you can take pressure of average cornerbacks.
After failing to make the Super Bowl, and then having a disappointing 2014, Mike Smith was fired as the Atlanta Falcons coach. The Atlanta defense can only go one direction, and that is up. After finishing dead last in yards allowed per game, they signed a handful of defensive players, and then added more with their first two picks. Vic Beasley and Jalen Collins could be inserted into the starting lineup sooner than later. Offensively, Matt Ryan has Julio Jones and Roddy White to toss the ball to. DeVonta Freeman will get his chance at running back.
Jameis Winston was the first overall pick, by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Lovie Smith will need to turn this team around to keep his job, after a disappointing 2-14 season.
On tonight's episode of Talking in Circles, Clayton has the week off, and we bring in John Harlow from BeyondtheFlag.com for his tutelage on the sport.
We'll talk about the racing we saw at Indianapolis Motor Speedway this weekend. What'd ya'll think of the new package that NASCAR put out there? Why was attendance and ratings down for this week?
Kyle Busch won the Crown Royal Presents the Jeff Kyle 400 @ the Brickyard, and it's his third straight win and fourth in five races.
We'll talk about Kyles' dominance and why Brandon thinks this stretch of races for Kyle Busch is much more impressive than people know.
We'll also discuss strategies of Tony Stewart and David Ragan last Sunday at Indianapolis. They chose short pitting. Brandon and John will discuss these strategies and whether or not they work in this era of NASCAR.
We'll talk about Jeff Gordon's day, and how he did in his final start at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and Brandon will go on in saying that NASCAR is at fault for ruining the storyline that they had going into the race.
We'll also talk about the NASCAR Xfinity Series race in Indianapolis, and of course the Eldora dirt race for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
The race in Eldora was phenominal and created buzz for race fans all around the country. Is it time for Xfinity or Cup even to go dirt racing? Why or why not? And Kyle Petty said some interesting quotes about this on NASCAR America following the Eldora race, and Brandon will try and dispute those comments.
Also, we'll talk about race winner Christopher Bell, and the man of the hour in the truck series, Bobby Pierce and why their futures in NASCAR is up in the air.
And also, Danica's sponsorship, and some interesting stuff going down at MWR.
And your phone calls at 917-889-8280
A Special Segment: Mom & daughter sit down and shoot-the-breeze about having a budget for nationals! If we can do it, so can you! Look at the photos and see if this attire is national ready!
Celebrating our 500th episode!!
A Prophetic Wind with Pastor Paul Morgan - "Forgiveness" EPISODE 500!!!
Birth of An Evangelist...A Personal Testimony Pt 2 - Friday Night Joy Evangelist Lewis Mcllwain
Is My Need to Be loved or to Love? Declaring The Finished Work with Rev. Pat
"Components Of A Blessing" - Pastor Paul Morgan, Guest on Wings of the Spirit
His Abounding Grace Broadcast with Rev. Ray: A week in review!!
God-Given Vision...Seeing Past Obstacles & Distractions - Sis. Trenita Thomas
Nothing is too Hard for God!! The Testimony Of Gina Kane
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Adam Tate, Josh Farmer and Joey Barnes of Tribute Racing dish out the goods after a historic and controversial MAVTV 500 IndyCar race at Auto Club Speedway.
The boys go in depth on the new aero kit package at Fontana, as well as the leading stories from the weekend.
Was it tight racing or was it 'pack' racing?
All this and more as we take you "In the Gravel Trap!"
The Balance Special Broadcast “Remembering Justin Wilson” The Balance Special Broadcast.... Saturday August 29th 2015 9-11 AM EST LIVE Broadcast with a special encore episode on Yahoo Sports radio Indiana 1-3 PM EST
The entire broadcast will be dedicated to the memory of Justin Wilson. The Balance Team and host Tom Marquis will be joined by a special “A” list guest line up. Our guests include: ?
9:05-9:30 – Matt Hicks from The Jersey Johnny Show and Matt Hicks from 1070 The Fan
9:30-10:00 – Steve Wilson from Speedway Digest
9:30-10:00 – Matt Embury from Open Wheel & Sports Car Journalist for Onpitroad.com
10:00-10:15 – Jason Hammer from 93.1 WIBC & Host of “Hammer and Nigel Show”
10:15-10:30 – Kent Sterling, host of the Kent Sterling Show CBS Sports 1430
10:45-11:00 – Rich Nye The Sports Guy from WTHR/NBC Indianapolis
Listen LIVE - If you want to call in live and speak with the host, dial (917)889-8516. You will be placed into the caller queue where you will still be able to hear the show while you are on hold.
THIS IS A REPEAT SHOW (But a real good one!)
WORDS MAKE PEOPLE guest on Sunday August 30th is Dr. Debra Majeed of Beloit, WI (Beloit College). Join us from 1-3 p.m. (EST) on Station IWDM.
In June, the University Press of Florida will released “Polygyny: What It Means When African American Muslim Women Share Their Husbands” by Debra Majeed.
YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS THIS THOUGHT PROVOKING INTERVIEW AND DISCUSSION ON A REAL-LIFE TOPIC.
The publisher’s description follows of this book states:
Debra Majeed sheds light on families whose form and function conflict with U.S. civil law. Polygyny–multiple-wife marriage–has steadily emerged as an alternative to the low numbers of marriageable African American men and the high number of female-led households in black America.
This book features the voices of women who welcome polygyny, oppose it, acquiesce to it, or even negotiate power in its practices. Majeed examines the choices available to African American Muslim women who are considering polygyny or who are living it. She calls attention to the ways in which interpretations of Islam’s primary sources are authorized or legitimated to regulate the rights of Muslim women. Highlighting the legal, emotional, and communal implications of polygyny, Majeed encourages Muslim communities to develop formal measures that ensure the welfare of women and children who are otherwise not recognized by the state.