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Join Host Joe Lisi (former ABC Sports college football researcher) and Co-Host Corey Allen (former Georgia Bulldogs WR) as they speak about the upcoming 2014 season for the Georgia Bulldogs.
Special Guest includes former Tennessee Volunteers DE and Atlanta Falcons DE Chuck Smith. Smith was a standout for the Volunteers from 1990-1991. He had incredibble speed and power off the edge and was a second round draft pick (51st overall) in the 1992 NFL Draft by the Atlanta Falcons.
In his stellar nine year career, Smith had amassed 58.5 sacks with 3 interceptions and 1 touchdown. Smith was an All-Pro selection in 1997 and was the team captain of the Falcons team that played in the Super Bowl in 1998 against the Denver Broncos.
Smith was explosive at the point of attack and had great strength in beating opposing offensive lineman to get to opposing quarterbacks. Smith utilized excellent technique and footwork in becoming one of the best pass rushers in the league.
Smith was an assistant coach with the Baltimore Ravens (2008) and New York Jets (2009). He was an assistant coach for his alma mater the Tennessee Volunteers in 2010 and 2011.
Smith continues to mentor and train younger college and NFL athletes in his sports performance camp in Atlanta. Some players that have trained with Chuck are: Ray Lewis, Robert Ayers, Shaun Ellis, Albert Haynesworth, Bart Scott, Dee Ford, George Selvie and Trevor Pryce.
To learn more about Chuck's camp visit his website here:
Chris Hillyard of PantherTalk.com catches up with Sand Volleyball head coach Beth Van Fleet about the 9th ranked Panthers, what it was like to start this program from scratch at her alma mater and what she expects to see the rest of the season moving into Nationals.
Join Host Joe Lisi (former ABC Sports college football researcher) as he speaks with former Texas A&M and NFL standout OT Richmond Webb. Webb was a standout in College Station from 1985-1989. He was drafted in the 1st round 9th overall by the Miami Dolphins.
Webb was the 1990 Rookie of the Year and played in 184 games starting 167 of them. He set team records for the Dolphins for 118 consecutive starts and 7 consecutive Pro Bowls from 1990-1996. He was a 4 time All Pro Selection and was inducted into the Miami Dolphins Honor Roll.
Webb along with former Miami OG Keith Sims started as rookies for the Dolphins protecting Hall of Fame QB's Dan Marino's blind side. Webb was a main component of why Marino could stand in the pocket and deliver strikes to his receivers. Webb played the game with intensity and had great hand technique in holding off defenders. He played the game and was an anchor for the Dolphins offensive line which led the Dolphins to playoff appearances throughout his career.
How is that old saying? How times flies when you are having fun, or something like that. Well, in a period where the World Cup has taken center stage that time sure has gone by quite quickly. Today, on "Pushing the Envelope" (10:00 til 11:00 am EST), I will give you my thoughts on the US Team, on its head coach and on the few naysayers. But there has been more than just futbol going on, the NBA Summer League is under way in Orlando. Here again I have much to say about it, and unlike the first topic, there won't be much positive on this. And of course, if we are having fun there has to be something to ruin it, and for all of you that know me, the one thing in sport that can turn things sour for me is... the NCAA. It has nothing to do with UNC or the ACC, but it does have something to do with: life or death.
Join Host Joe Lisi (former ABC Sports college football researcher) as he speaks with former Iowa Hawkeyes and NFL player Ladell Betts about his outstanding career in Iowa and his NFL experience for the Washington Redskins and New Orleans Saints.
Betts was recruited by legendary former Iowa Hawkeye coach Haden Frye and played for current head coach Kirk Ferentz for three seasons. He is the only Iowa players to lead the team in rushing in four different seasons and finished his outstanding career #2 on the Iowa Hawkeyes All-Time Rushing list.
In his Hawkeye career, Betts rushed for 3,686 yards averaging 4.4 yards per carry and had 25 touchdowns. He also added 72 receptions for 702 receiving yards in his career.
Betts was drafted in the 2nd round by the Washington Redskins in the 2002 NFL draft and played from 2002-2009 with the Redskins and 2010 with the New Orleans Saints.
In his NFL career, Betts rushed for 3,326 yards averaging 4.4 yards per carry and had 15 touchdowns.
Join Andrew Gluchov (@statboydrew) and John Doucette (@radiodoucette) as they dive into the world of college sports. From football, to basketball, hockey and more, the guys are there to give the proper respect to all college sports. From the College Football Playoff to the Frozen Four, Andrew and John will cover the championships that make college sports the amazing experience that they are. Tune in and enjoy the show!
On tonight's show, Andrew and John lead off with the NCAA baseball tournament as the last two Super Regional wrap up. The guys look at each of the completed matchups as they make their way to Omaha and the College World Series. The guys also look at a variety of stories, including power conference scheduling and the NCAA vs O'Bannon trial.
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The @a2iwheels guestline presents Scott Henry and David Regimbal during Thursday's edition of Sports in the Mitten with Adam Biggers and John Gustin.
A staple of Bleacher Report's college hoops coverage, Henry brings years of expertise, parenting tips and music recommendations to the fold, while Regimbal, B/R's resident Ohio State football go-to, promises to play nice with Wolverines and Spartans fans.
We'll discuss the state of Big Ten basketball with Henry at 3:15 and then dive into Big Ten football--with a special emphasis on OSU vs. UM/MSU--with Regimbal at 3:40.
And of course, we'll have Tigers, Wings, Pistons and Lions updates, plus another episode of "Minor Moments" with John Gustin.
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Join Host Joe Lisi (former ABC Sports college football researcher) as he speaks with former Rutgers running back Joe Martinek. Martinek was the 2006 NJ Gatorade players of the year and finsihed his high school career as the state's All-Time leading rusher with 7,589 rushing yards. He is the first player to rush for over 7,000 rushing yards in a high school career in the state of New Jersey and went on to star at Rutgers University from 2008-2012.
At Rutgers, Martinek rushedfor 1,770 yards averaging 4.5 yards per carry with 17 touchdowns. He could catch the ball out of the backfield and had 46 career receptions for the Scarlet Knights for 448 yards and a touchdown.
In 2012, Martinek was an undrafted free agent and played for the New York Giants.
Currently, he has a successful business called Jersey Joe Apparel. You can visit his website at JerseyJoeApparel.com.
Join Host Joe Lisi (former ABC Sports college football researcher) as he speaks with former Tennessee Volunteer and NFL running back Reggie Cobb.
Cobb was an outstanding running back for the Volunteers from 1987-1990. He was redshirted in 1986 and had a fantastic freshman campaign in 1987 rushing for 1,197 yards averaging 5.1 yards per carry and 17 touchdowns. He finished his career in Knoxville with 2,360 rushing yards averaging 5.1 yards per carry with 26 touchdowns. He also had 33 receptions for 360 yards and 3 touchdowns.
Cobb was drafted 30th overall in the 2nd round of the 1990 NFL Draft by the Tampa Bay Bucaneers and played seven years in the NFL with Tampa Bay, Green Bay, Jacksonville and the New York Jets. In his NFL career, Cobb rushed for 3,743 yards averaging 3.5 yards per carry with 25 touchdowns and had 123 receptions for 949 yards with 2 touchdowns.
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Join us; Shopmaster and MadScientist06, as we host another exciting episode of Game Changers Radio. In Show #157 we wrap up some of our discussion about Gambling in Madden from last week and jump into Madden Assistance. Is it becoming too easy for a noob to beat you in Madden or what about someone who knows nothing about football. We explore this issue and talk to you about as we take your calls all night. We'll also talk about no NCAA and the Madden Demo.
You’ll hear all of that and more on the next Game Changers Radio which will be airing live Tuesday July 8th @ 9:00pm est.
The Question of the Night is something we do every show and gives you a chance to chime in with your answers. You can call in during the show at (760) 454-1156. Join the debate and call in!
QOTN: Do you think EA has made this game too easy for noobs or people that don't know football?
1. Madden Assistance
- Too much assistance
- All-Pro vs. All-Madden
- Ballhawk, Tackle Assist .. where do you stand?
2. No NCAA
- Where do we go from here?
- Updated NCAA Rosters
3. New QB Contain Rush in Madden 15 Breakdown
4. Madden Demo and CFM News
Join Host Joe Lisi (former ABC Sports college football researcher) as he speaks with former 2x All-American running back Allen Pinkett (Notre Dame). Pinkett played for the Fighting Irish from 1982-1985 and rushed for 4,131 yards averaging 4.6 yards per carry with a school record 53 touchdowns.
Pinkett could also catch the ball out of the backfield with 73 receptions for 774 receiving yards. He led the Irish in career rushing yards until 1998 when Irish running back Autry Denson broke his record.
Pinkett was drafted in the 3rd round of the 1986 NFL Draft by the Houston Oilers and played from 1986-1991. For Houston, Pinkett rushed for 2,324 yards averaging 4.1 yards per carry with 21 touchdowns.He also had 119 receptions for 921 yards and 5 touchdowns.
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