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Come hang out at The Brownstone as we welcome home Pinc Gator. The Brownstone gets painted purple and gold to find out what Pinc Gator has been up to and to talk about that new track "Nation of Bruhs"
Come drop chicken on tha flo.......with us!
The D-Zone Live from Gainesville, FL is back and ready for another great show. We have breaking news to discuss concerning the latest involving Treon Harris, the freshman QB from the Florida Gators as well as analysis of the game between the Gators and LSU Tigers as they visit The Swamp on Saturday.
We also have some really huge matchups that we're going to discuss including #9 TCU at #5 Baylor; #12 Oregon at #18 UCLA; #3 Ole Miss at #14 Texas A & M; and the big one, #2 Auburn at #3 Mississippi State! Find out our predictions and analysis on those games as well as, who could be in for a major letdown?
Tune in for this and other stories from around College Football and the NFL on The D-Zone Live from Gainesville, FL at 11:00 p.m. eastern time. Don't miss it!
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Chad Wilson discusses the latest topic in high school and college football
- Canes talk with Brandon Odoi - college football writer
- Gators talk with Nick De La Torre - Gatorcountry.com
- Noles talk with Bud Elliott - TomahawkNation.com
- My thoughts on the pass interference call in the Notre Dame / FSU game
- College coaches on the hot seat talk
- Miramar HS, Florida coach dumping on the program
- and more
Listen Live at 10 AM
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The acknowledgeable Yung Gator born Joshua J. Moore was born to the parents of Lori Kiner and Moses Moore in Michigan City, Indiana at St. Anthony’s hospital on February 17. Yung Gator grew up in a single parent home for as long as he could remember; he is the younger of two older brothers on his mom side and has two sisters and four brothers on his dad side. It was a battle growing up in the streets of Michigan City for Yung Gator, at the age of two his legs had to be broken due to medical issues and was forced to wear braces for six months. Yung Gator went through many trials and tribulations which led him to his next step in life which was music.
Yung Gator started doing music in the year of 2002 under the influences of the Temptations, 2 Pac, Master P, P Diddy, Lil Wayne, and UGK just to name a few. Yung Gator came up with his name when he was at the age of twelve, he later came up with his label named U.S.H. WORLDWIDE in 2004, Producing was always Yung Gators first love; Rapping came later for him in the year of 2006. In April 2006 Yung Gator did an opening performance for the artist known as Petey Pablo in Jackson Michigan. By the middle of 2006 Yung Gator had wrote and produce his first album entitled “OUT DERE” which later allowed him to acquire his first distribution deal in the year of 2007. Yung Gator would later indemnify his rights which would force him to later forfeit the contract and lose everything he had worked for. In April of 2007 he opened up for Willie the Kid (of the Apphiliates). Yung Gator also open for acts such as: Gorilla Zoe, Slim of 112, Young LA, Choppa (making the band), Young Buck and many more. Determined to move forward in his music career Yung Gator came out with his first mixtape entitled “U ALREADY KNO” in the year 2008. After a breakdown Yung Gator made a decision that would have him move to Dallas, TX in the year of October 2009. Being in a new city with new surroundings it took Yung Gator up to a year to get established
Join, SpookHunter Owen, Damon and Deep Throat Wes as they discuss some of the top paranormal news of the day.
There's been a lot of Alligator attacks in Florida lately! Deep Throat is going to get personal with one.
And Psychic Steve is waiting to chat. He says the energies this weekend are extatic, or something... Call in to talk to him!
Long Island Medium Blows!
Our guest tonight is Gator a member of Bikers Against Child Abuse (BACA). He bought his first motorcycle so he could join BACA and support their mission which is to create a safer environment for abused children. They exist as a body of Bikers to empower children to not feel afraid of the world in which they live.
Gator is a former Registered Respiratory Therapist who focused on pediatric and neonatal care and this was his first opportunity to work with some severely abused children. Gator is currently an attorney, married with no children but two long-haired dachshunds and has been involved as a volunteer in Fire/Emergency Medical Services since the age of 15.
Web site: www. BACAworld.org
FB Page: www.facebook.com/BikersAgainstChildAbuseInternational
Telephone: 1-866-71 ABUSE (1-866-712-2873)