• 00:31

    Sinful Snake Pit Radio Show

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    The Sin Pod Cast 

  • 00:30

    Sinful Snake Pit Radio Show 12-25-14

    in Entertainment

    Host by Alex The Sin Sweet 


    The first ever WU Radio Show to add WU guest stars to be interviewed live about there careers and there personal experience into the WU Business


    We are all about Role play so please stay in character


    We have Live Chat room and live callin on the show so you can ask questions to your favorite guest star and also the host as well


    we also appreciate feed back please leave compliments about our show 


    If you want to be the Next Guest Star please callin or ask live in the Chat room 


     

  • 00:39

    Steelers now control their own destiny to make the playoffs

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    In this episode of the Terrible Towel Tantrum, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Rudy Reyes and Troy Otradovec will talk about their big road win, in Atlanta.  The Steelers now control their own destiny to make the playoffs.  The Falcons did a great job holding LeVeon Bell to a mere 47 yards rushing, and many times he was held for no gain.  Therefore, the Steelers relied on the arm of Ben Roethilsberger, and he came through. This not only gives the Steelers a great chance to make the playoffs, it keeps the division title, within reach also. Listen in and call the show.

  • 01:12

    THE WORD IN THE BURGH: HERE WE GO STEELERS

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    JOSH, JEROMI AND SHANE WILL BE TAKING YOU DOWN THE ROAD TO THE STEELERS PLAYOFF RUN. 

  • 00:46

    Final Score: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Atlanta Falcons

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    Join Jeff Hartman and Neal Coolong from behindthesteelcurtain.com to talk about the Pittsburgh Steelers' 27-20 win over the Atlanta Falcons in the Georgia Dome.


    The guys will be discussing the win, breaking down the stats and talking about where teams stand in the AFC North. Other topics on the dockett will be Antonio Brown breaking Steelers receiving records and the team moving one step closer to a playoff spot.


    Listen live and call in (347) 850-8581 to make the discussion a conversation and to be a part of the show.

  • 00:07

    Steelers crush Bengals and position themselves for playoff spot

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    In this episode of "Terrible Towel Tantrum"; presented by The Red Light Sports Network, sponsored by Subway of Latrobe, Rudy Reyes and Troy Otradovec will talk about the Pittsburgh Steelers win over the Cincinnati Bengals.  The Steelers leaned on Le'Veon Bell, one more week.  Bell rushed for 185 yards, and both Antonio Brown and Martavis Bryant had over 100 yards receiving.  Bryant's total was aided by a 94 yard touchdown pass, that made the score 35-21.  


    The Bengals fed the ball to A.J. Green and kept this close, for three quarters.  Green finished with 11 catches for 224 yards, and one touchdown.  The highlight was an 81 yard touchdown catch, in the third quarter.  The Steelers shut down the running back tandum of Jeremy Hill and Giovani Benard (46 and 17 yards, respectively).  


    The win propelled the Steelers to 8-5, and 1/2 game behind the division leading Bengals, at 8-4-1.  There are two games to be played before they square off December 28, in the last game of the season.  That game could be for the Division Title, and the right to host a first round playoff game.  Also, with the win, the Steelers have positioned themselves as the five seed, in the AFC.  Listen in and call the show.

  • 01:03

    Pittsburgh Steelers: Recapping the Bengals win and moving on to the Falcons

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    Join Jeff Hartman and Neal Coolong of behindthesteelcurtain for another edition of 'The Standard is the Standard' where we break down anything and everything that is Pittsburgh Steelers football.


    On today's episode, we answer some burning questions about the team and their spot within the AFC Playoff race. Has Ben Roethlisberger gotten over his inconsistencies and ready to move this team into the postseason? Can the defense do enough to win the next three games? Who is the team's MVP after 13 games in 2014? 


    All those will be answered, and we will be bringing in the scout team to talk about the upcoming game against the Atlanta Falcons. Be sure to tune in from 9-10 p.m. ET for the best Steelers talk around.

  • 00:46

    Steelers clinch playoff berth, now eye AFC North Title vs. Bengals

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    In this episode of The Terrible Towel Tantrum, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Rudy Reyes and Troy Otradovec are talking abotu the Pittsburgh Steelers return to the postseason.  They defeated the Kansas City Chiefs, 20-12.  The score looks much closer than the actual game.  It was a close game, but the Steelers defense finally came up big, this year.  At the end of the second quarter, it was only 10-6, and looked like it would come down to which defense could make a play.  Two of the leagues best running backs, were on the field.  Jamaal Charles and LeVeon Bell have literally been carrying their teams, to winning records.  The Steelers held Charles to 29 yards, and the Chiefs held Bell to 63. However, Bell found the end zone, which proved to be critical.


    The biggest difference in this game was red zone effeciency.  Something that has been talked about, in weeks past.  The Steelers were two of four, in the red zone, and cashed in both times, they were in a goal to go situation.  The Chiefs were an atrocious 0-4, in the red zone, and even worse 0-2, in goal to go.


    With the win, the Pittsburgh Steelers will now face the Cincinnati Bengals, for the AFC North Division Title.  Both teams have clinched a playoff berth, but one of them will be hosting a playoff game, after Sunday.  The other will be on the road.  Listen in and call the show.

  • 01:02

    Pittsburgh Steelers: Recapping the Falcons win and previewing the Chiefs game

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    Join Jeff Hartman of behindthesteelcurtain.com as he takes a look back at the Pittsburgh Steelers' road victory over the Atlanta Falcons, as well as looks ahead to the game Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs. 


    He will be bringing in a member of the 'scout team' to break down the upcoming game which has huge implications on the AFC Playoff picture.


    Along with the guest, some burning questions will be answered throughout the show. Can Ben Roethlisberger continue his consistent play and lead the team down the stretch? Will the defense be able to stop the run and force the Chiefs to throw the football? How far can this Pittsburgh Steelers team actually go this year?


    Be sure to listen live from 9-10 p.m. ET and call in to make your voice heard (347) 850-8581. 

  • 00:38

    Three Rivers...One Show: Catching Up On Steelers, Penguins, Pirates & Pitt

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    On the latest edition of Three Rivers...One Show, Matt Gajtka welcomes City of Champions staffers Larry Snyder and Zac Weiss to examine the latest developments on the Pittsburgh sports scene. The guys start with the Steelers, who are on the verge of clinching a playoff spot after overcoming an uninspiring start. What was the turning point and what is this team's ceiling? As for the Penguins, could they have done anything differently regarding the unprecedented spread of mumps? Also, the Bucs hosted their annual PirateFest last weekend, showing off new signings A.J. Burnett and Francisco Liriano. Are they done adding talent until the spring? Finally, Pitt is in a predicament, with another football coach leaving town and athletic director Steve Pederson stepping down.

  • 00:43

    Steelers crush Bengals and now have a great road to the playoffs.

    in Football

    In this episode of "Terrible Towel Tantrum"; presented by The Red Light Sports Network, sponsored by Subway of Latrobe, Rudy Reyes and Troy Otradovec will talk about the Pittsburgh Steelers win over the Cincinnati Bengals.  The Steelers leaned on Le'Veon Bell, one more week.  Bell rushed for 185 yards, and both Antonio Brown and Martavis Bryant had over 100 yards receiving.  Bryant's total was aided by a 94 yard touchdown pass, that made the score 35-21.  


    The Bengals fed the ball to A.J. Green and kept this close, for three quarters.  Green finished with 11 catches for 224 yards, and one touchdown.  The highlight was an 81 yard touchdown catch, in the third quarter.  The Steelers shut down the running back tandum of Jeremy Hill and Giovani Benard (46 and 17 yards, respectively).  


    The win propelled the Steelers to 8-5, and 1/2 game behind the division leading Bengals, at 8-4-1.  There are two games to be played before they square off December 28, in the last game of the season.  That game could be for the Division Title, and the right to host a first round playoff game.  Also, with the win, the Steelers have positioned themselves as the five seed, in the AFC.  Listen in and call the show.

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