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Is 2015 what you expected from the Oakland Raiders, and most importantly the NFL? We discuss the play offs and what to expect
We sent some one to both the Carson and Inglewood sites they are going to tell us what they found!
Review the offense and defense should Musgrave had been retained? We'll give over all grades to offense defense and coaching? Did Derek Carrr regress the last part of the season
Free agency who would you want in free agency?
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Two-Time Super Bowl Champion Oakland Raider David Humm.
David Henry Humm is a former professional football player, a quarterback in the NFL from 1975–84 for the Oakland Raiders, Buffalo Bills, Baltimore Colts, and Los Angeles Raiders. He played college football at the University of Nebraska.
I am excited to have my inspiring friend, Debra Oakland, as my guest for 01/27/16.
Debra Oakland is founder of Living in Courage Online – A Spiritual Oasis for Overcoming Life’s Biggest Challenges.
Over a short 4 years Debra lost her 21 year old son, her baby girl in the 8th month of pregnancy and both brothers. A few years later, her father passed from prostate cancer. Debra’s story and passion to teach others how to live a life in courage, has been featured in major media outlets including TV, radio, magazines, and best-selling books.
Debra lives in Laguna Beach California with her husband and best-friend, Cody.
Debra is eagerly anticipating the release of her own book Change Your Movie, Change Your Life: 7 Reel Concepts for Courageous Change which will be available on February 17, 2016.
To connect with Debra Oakland online, please visit her website: www.livingincourageonline.com
Join us for a conversation about Debra's book Change Your Movie, Change Your Life!
We will discuss new TV series of Zoo and how man vs. animal, man vs. man, man vs. environment highlights these conflicts.
The Green Bay Packers will travel west to play the Oakland Raiders after dominating the Dallas Cowboys. Mike McCarthy took over the play calling duties and the offense looked more effective than weeks past. Eddie Lacy and James Starks ran for 195 yards on 35 carries. Both found the end zone, and Starks added a receiving touchdown.
The Oakland Raiders have quietly put together a solid year going 6-7. They are coming off a huge road win against the Denver Broncos, 15-12. Derek Carr continues to progress in his second year with the help of number one draft pick Amari Cooper. The have put together a pretty good run defense with Khalil Mack at linebacker. They have struggled stopping the pass.
What are the keys to the game? Listen in and call the show with your thoughts.
Tonight we briefly look back on seven years of LNL. We are joined by the famous zoo keeper Bryan Summerford of Zoo Guy Geckos. Bryan has been working on some amazing leopard gecko projects as well as other species, not to mention the dozens of highly exotic animals he cares for at the Zoo.
Late Night Leos and its affiliates are not responsible for guest or caller's explicit language or opinions.
CJ and Carlos are back to bring you a New York Jets vs Oakland Raiders preview. The boys also give the final takes on the Jets loss to Patriots in Foxboro from last week. As always fee free to contact us on Twitter/Facebook or call into the show 917-889-7042. As always we have some last minute fantasy football lineup tips.
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The Green Bay Packers head out west to play the Oakland Raiders. We chat with Acme Packing Company's Tex Western to break down Aaron Rodgers vs. Khalil Mack and Charles Woodson.
The Wisconsin Badgers are struggling on the basketball court with losses to UW-Milwaukee and Marquette last week. Can they turn the ship around?
Plus we discuss UW linebacker Joe Schobert and his accomplishments, along with Corey Clement reportedly staying with the Badgers for one more season.
ZOO EDUCATION: BUILDING CONSERVATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL LEARNING
CAROLINA BIOLOGICAL presents Dr Elizabeth Mulkerrin, Director of Education at Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo ( and President of NSELA, Nat'l Science Education Leadership Assoc) along with Nette Pletcher,Directpr of Conservation Education at The Association of Zoos and Aquariums.