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On the January 27, 2015, episode of USCHO Live! we will have our annual check in with the NCAA Rules Committee on rules and officiating. Scheduled are Ty Halpin, NCAA Liaison for Rules; Steve Piotrowski, NCAA Ice Hockey Rules Secretary; and Frank Cole, NCAA National Coordinator of Men's Ice Hockey Officiating.
About the hosts
Jim Connelly is a senior writer at USCHO.com and has been with the site since 1999. He is based in Boston and regularly covers Hockey East. He began with USCHO.com as the correspondent covering the MAAC, which nowadays is known as Atlantic Hockey. Each week during the season, he co-writes "Tuesday Morning Quarterback." Jim is the winner of the 2012 Joe Concannon award, and is a studio analyst for NESN.
Ed Trefzger has been part of USCHO since 1999 and now serves as a senior writer and director of technology. He has been a part of the radio broadcasts of Rochester Institute of Technology hockey since their inception -- serving as a producer, studio host, color commentator and as RIT's play-by-play voice for eight seasons. Ed is general manager of CBS Sports Radio affiliate 105.5 The Team in Rochester, N.Y., and COO of its parent company, Genesee Media Corporation.
Mike and Michele will be getting you up to date on UK's spring football practices, as well as let you know what the Bat Cats have been doing recently.
Our hot topic tonight will be the state of college basketball -- is the game in decline and if so, how can it be fixed? Officiating seems to be the number 1 suggestion, so let us know your thoughts.
Also - tonight we will have our first Faceoff, a new weekly feature where our co-hosts debate a topic and you, the listeners get to decide who presented the stronger case. Sometimes the topics will be very serious and other times they'll be a bit more light-hearted. Tonight's Faceoff - "Is fishing a sport?" (this ought to be fun!)
Satchmo and DB discuss Michigan State's performance in the Final Four of the NCAA men's basketball tournament, Wisconsin's big win against Kentucky and its subsequent loss to Duke in the championship game, the terrible officiating in the last three games of the tournament, the terrible officiating in college basketball in general, and the outlook for Michigan State next year. They also recap Sunday's Mad Men episode.
My mom, Mary Poindexter passed away after a 7 year battle with breast cancer on February 18th. She is the reason I love songs from the 50's and early 60's. Join me as I pay tribute to my late mom. With some of her favorite songs from the early days of Rock and Roll. Included in this 28 minute show are Lesley Gore, Frankie Avalon and the Beach Boys. Along with the poem I wrote after her death and read at her funeral.
Mary Ann Jarvis Poindexter
Born: May 28, 1947
Died: February 18, 2015
Mary Ann Jarvis Poindexter 67, of Sanford, Florida went home to be with the Lord on Wednesday, February 18, 2015 in Altamonte Springs, Florida.
She was born in Jacksonville, a 1967 graduate of Ribault High School, a member of Central Baptist Church in Sanford, Florida and a former member of North Jacksonville Baptist Church.
Mary Ann was preceded in death by her parents, Herbert and Mary Rogers Jarvis.
Survivors include her 3 children: Scott Poindexter, Traci (Joey) Weston and Stephen Poindexter; 1 sister: Julia (Mark) Tomlinson; 1 brother: Marcus (Mary) Jarvis; several nieces, nephews and extended family.
A celebration of life service will held at 2:00 PM on Saturday, February 21, 2015 at Peeples Family Funeral Homes, North Jacksonville Chapel, 2220 Soutel Drive near Lem Turner Road, with Rev. Doyle Harper, officiating. Burial will follow at Evergreen Cemetery (Gate # 5).
Penn State basketball happened this week, folks. It happened big time. First, the Nittany Lions had the hell beaten out of them by Ohio State. Then, they lost against Maryland thanks to garbarge officiating. Then Pat Chambers decided to tell a bunch of Big Ten refs that they should go straight to hell. Hooray!
To break down the week of Penn State hoops action, Bill and Chad are joined by former SLAM Magazine Editor-in-chief and Penn State alumnus Ryan Jones. The guys talk about everything. It's fun sometimes, but it's really sad most of the time. Penn State Basketball truly never stops.
Yes I Care Ministries International - My King's Service Pentecostal Church of God of California
with The State Director for MKS PCG of California 11:00 AM (PST) / 14:00 PM (EST).
Bishop Dr. Andrew Watkins, Sr. Ph.D Subject "We've come this far by faith,"
Bishop Dr. Loyce McCullough, DDiv. teaching on officiating "The Holy Communion,"
Sermonic Solo - First Lady Dorceia Watkins
Bluffy Clary shares about PhilosoPhenomena Unity Fest and what She will be offering during the event! "I'll be officiating the PsychicSphere Experience Gallery Reading as well as offering quickie Fortune Telling readings at my booth."
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It's all about Dre in this year's postseason, as he's a perfect 8-for-8 against the spread. Jay and Dre discuss all of the action of Divisional Round weekend, which saw another controversial officiating event and the possible last best chance for another ring for Peyton Manning. Then they make their picks to go to the big game. Can Aaron Rodgers make another gutsy showing and lead the Packers to a major upset, or will the Seahawks continue to romp during their title defense? Can Andrew Luck knock off another member of QB royalty and put the Colts among the top teams in the league, or will Tom Brady and the Patriots again deny Indianapolis from taking a step forward? Listen live to another 90-minute megashow and get pumped for Conference Finals Sunday!
Theme music credit: "I Dunno" by Grapes
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So many champions this week! And a few very sad fans as well. We will talk about them all on The Sports Narrative Radio Show! On this episode:
- We bring back The Narrative for look back at the tragic life and career of former Maverick Roy Tarpley
- Still more sadness as week try to console Dustin after a tragic and ridiculous Cowboys loss to the Packers. And a look at officiating from a different perspective
- Leaving the Cowboys behind, we look ahead to the Conference Championship Weekend as well as the other big moves in the NFL
- The National Championship was awarded on Monday night to the #4 team in the country! We examine Ohio State's improbable run to the trophy, Urban Meyer's legacy and some NFL Draft stuff too
- It's finally time to stop talking football and get to the important business of the day - Mick's Pub. In it we will discuss . . . something?
- We jam in a combo platter of items including NBA news, Hockey at the halfway point, Hot Stove Baseball Talk and whatever else we pile on our Sports Plate
All that and maybe a call or 2 also at (347) 308-8637
So please listen LIVE Jan 14th 8:30-10:30p CST or anytime after on Itunes (search Sports Narrative) or at www.thesportsnarrative.com
You've seen the shirts: "Ice Bowl Part Duex".
You've heard the rallying cries: "It's a Tundra Takeover!"
Most of all, you've seen the effects Jerry Jones has on officiating crews. Are the Green Bay Packers in for the fight of their life as they defend the tundra against the Dallas Cowboys in a Divisional Playoff Matchup? Most of all, will Aaron's Rodgers' calf be up to the task?
The Cheesehead Radio crew bring back one of their favorite national media giants, the NFL Network's Albert Breer, who as a former beat writer for the Dallas Morning News, gives us a great perspective on two teams he's very familiar with. Don't miss a second of this great interview on Cheesehead Radio.
Welcome back guys, hope everyone had a wonderful Holiday Season. We have some great topics lined up for this week's show to kickoff the year, listed below is a brief description of each topic.
Damon Grow released a screenshot for Joe Montana 16 showing off player faces, does this confirm that the game will be on consoles.
There is a new editor in the works for All Pro Football 2K8, will you support it? How do you feel about the new editor idea?
In the Lions/Cowboys game there was a very controversial flag picked up after the Ref announced PI on the defense. Dez Bryant also ran out on the field to protest the call without a helmet but was not flag, what are you thoughts on the officiating?
At times is seems like companies, devs, and community get sensitive of constructive feedback, why is that?
A judge has granted a lawsuit against EA SPORTS for player likeness, what are your thoughts on that?
In the second hour of the show we will open up the phone lines. We look forward to your calls and hearing your thoughts!