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Monmouth University all-time leading receiver Neal Sterling joins the NFL Draft Bible Player Spotlight Show to discuss his recent pro day workout in front of 19 NFL scouts in attendance. Standing in at 6'4 and 238 pounds, teams were impressed with his ability to separate from defenders during practice week at the College Gridiron Showcase. Recently, Sterling had workouts with the New York Giants and Jets, he has also been linked to the Houston Texans. On this episode, the New Jersey native joins host Ric Serritella to discuss some upcoming NFL visits, his path to the draft and more. Be sure to click 'SUBSCRIBE' for more football podcasts and follow us on Twitter @NFLDraftBible
Monmouth running back Julian Hayes joins the NFL Draft Bible Player Spotlight Show to discuss his pro day preparation at Parabolic Performance in New Jersey, his workout at Yale University and expectations leading up to the 2015 NFL Draft. Hosted by Ric Serritella.
On tonight's 28th episode of Inside the War Room we will be joined by special guest Pat O'Hara who plays defensive end at Monmouth University. When watching his film he shows a great motor and a quick burst off the line. Has outstanding energy and chases down ballcarrier or Qb is on the ground. He's well-respected by teammates and staff alike being named captain twice during his tenure at Monmouth.
4 year starter at DE
2013-2014 team captain
44 games started
CFPA defensive line watchlist
Vince Lombardi award defense
FCS national bowl all-star
Follow him on Twitter and support him on his journey @pohara_87
Small school sleeper Julian Hayes bring all the intangibles to the running back position. He joins host Ric Serritella on the NFL Draft bible pLayer Spotlight Show to discuss his recent pro day workout at Yale University and his prepartion for the 2015 NFL Draft.
NFL Draft Prospect
Sterling an invitee to the Gridiron Showcase was the surprise receiver of the game. The small-school prospect rised above the other players from large FBS schools to establish himself as one of the more interesting kids to follow through the NFL Draft process.
His combination of size and ability helped him man handle defensive backs and he showed a great knack for adjusted to the ball for a catch. Especially for a player his size.
Join host Bo Marchionte and special guet Neal Sterling on the College2Pro.com Players Platform Show.
NFL Draft Podcast with Monmouth, OLB, Gary Oneukwusi
A NEW MONMOUTH POLL STILL HAS TRUMP LEADING IN NEW HAMPSHIRE.
A REPORT BY THE AP ON ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION IS DISCUSSED.
ALSO, ROB DISCUSSES A STEPHEN COLBERT BIT ABOUT DONALD TRUMP ON MONEY AND DRAWS A CONTRAST TO A HILLARY CLINTON STATEMENT.
MORE ON MEDIA DOUBLE STANDARDS, THE VIEW AND CARLY FIORINA.
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The Michigan State Spartans hold on to beat back the Oregon Ducks 31-28 at Spartan Stadium in East Lansing, the Michigan Wolverines easily defeat the Oregon State Beavers 35-7 at The Big House in Ann Arbor, and the Central Michigan Chippewas take good care of the Monmouth Hawks 31-10 at Kely/Shorts Stadium in Mt. Pleasant.
Michigan State welcomes in the Air Force Falcons, Michigan plays their second consecutive home game this season against the UNLV Rebels, and CMU travels for revenge against the Syracuse Orangemen
Back From Monmouth Park
Justin Zayat speaks with Laura Pugh about Triple Crown champion American Pharoah's next start and his overall legacy. American Pharoah returned to the races on Sunday, August 2, at Monmouth Park and won the Haskell Stakes. His next start could come in the Pacific Classic, Travers Stakes, or a new race at Monmouth Park. He could start 1-2 more times before the Breeders' Cup Classic on October 31 at Keeneland Race Course before retiring to Coolmore's Ashford Stud.
With Andrew DePrisco at the helm since the beginning, Cabaret for Life is celebrating 20 years of raising funds for organizations that help people coping with life-threatening diseases. With community support, CFL brings talented people together to help others in need. Each year CFL produces multiple cabaret and musical theatre shows. Prior to forming CFL, Andrew began volunteering for The Center in Asbury Park in 1991. He produced, wrote, and directed 4 annual cabaret benefits for The Center at St. Anselm’s Church in Wayside, NJ, and these shows helped raise tens of thousands of dollars. Cabaret for Life was established in September 1995 by a core group of Monmouth and Ocean County residents. CFL has cooperated with Broadway artists like Stephen Sondheim, Jerry Herman, Charles Strouse, Alan Menken, Stephen Schwartz, and others. Each of these professionals has donated the rights to their work to CFL free of charge. Andrew DePrisco has served as president of CFL since its inception and has produced and/or directed every major show including such favorites as Hairspray, Ragtime, Swinging on a Star, Cabaret Goes to Hollywood, A Century of Broadway, elegies for angels, punks and raging queens, and all three seasons of Gay and Be Glitter, and Housewives of Monmouth County. CFL has donated to The Frances Foundation For Kids Fighting Cancer, K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital/Jersey Shore University Medical Center Family HIV Program (Neptune, NJ), St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital (Memphis, TN), The Valerie Fund Children’s Center at Monmouth Medical Center, and many more. In 2005 Andrew was honored by the Volunteer Center of Monmouth County as Volunteer of the Year for his work with CFL. After the interview, check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.
One out of ten people living in Monmouth and Ocean Counties receives food from The FoodBank which distributes approx 7 million pounds annually through a network of 260 programs. The FoodBank’s programs aim to eliminate hunger by providing emergency food, skills training, outreach programs, and advocacy for needy families. Since Superstorm Sandy hit the Jersey Shore, The FoodBank has been providing relief to our local communities.They distributed food for 1 million meals in the first month after the storm. They provided food for hot meals prepared by emergency feeding programs for displaced residents in Monmouth and Ocean Counties. Their Culinary Kitchen prepared meals daily for churches and civic organizations serving storm ravaged communities.
The monumental task of alleviating hunger is lead by Carlos M. Rodriguez, Executive Director of the FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties. Carlos has15 years of experience improving policies and delivery of services to those in need. He advocates integrating food distribution, income supports, and nutrition education. From the South Bronx, he has an understanding of poverty and an appreciation of the impact human services have on families. The FoodBank began in 1984 when people saw hunger at the Jersey Shore and decided to make a difference. Now Carlos is making a difference. Under his leadership, earned income tax services, SNAP training, and Kids Cafe programs were recognized with the Award of Excellence from Associations Advance America, Victory Against Hunger Award and Award for Excellence from Feeding America, respectively. In 2011 Carlos received LATINO Magazine’s RAYOS Award, “rays of light”. After the interview, go to After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for additional information.