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Hilda Lamas began singing at the age of 4 and continued to do so in social settings. While in college getting her degree in Biology, Music again came calling and this time Hilda answered.
With the release of her second album, Love Me Alone this past March and she is beginning to make a name for herself on the blues circuit, perfoming on the same atage with acts like Nick Moss, Marcia Ball and Los Lobos.
I will chat with Hilda about her life and career while we listen to her music.
Guitar lovers everywhere follow Patrick McLaughlin, the guitarist’s guitar player, who brings unique musicianship and electrifying songwriting to the blues experience.
Patrick McLaughlin, a blues/rock guitarist/vocalist from Columbus, Ohio, has led a band of his own for the past ten years.
I will chat with patrick as we listen to his music.
RB Stone is one heck of a musician and he is patient too! We have been circling each other for a year and finally will be doing this interview - and perfect timing as RB's new album - his 16th! - is just hitting and it is special!
RB and I will finally chat and listen to tunes from Loosen Up
Isaiah B Brunt joined me back April of 2012 and he returns with new music, Nursery Rhyme Blues, all the way from Australia ...
Tonight on What's Your Fantasy, join hosts Jared Ferree & Joe Everett as they take an early look at ranking the Rookie RBs from the 2013 NFL Draft. We'll give you the order we think they should be taken in Dynasty leagues as well as Re-Draft leagues, and make a few predictions on what we expect to happen.
We'll also take a look back at the 2012 Rookie RB class who are now entering their 2nd seasons in the NFL. Guys like Trent Richardson, Doug Martin and more. Where should they be drafted and what can we expect to see from them in their 2nd seasons in the NFL?
Join us as we go deep inside the numbers and tell you who needs to be on your fantasy rosters in 2013.
Pat James and Brian Riedmiller welcome Anthony Ferrugia of TheFantasyScope.com to discuss FantasyCouncil.com's RB Preseason Rankings for 2013
The NFLDraftBible Player Spotlight Series continues with former SMU Mustangs RB Zach Line. Line recently participated in his college pro day on March 27 in which he improved upon his numbers at the Indianapolis Combine. Zach ran a 4.62 in the 40, had a 33"vert, 9'9 broad jump, benched 225 for 26reps, 4.40shuttle. This big bruiser RB is 6'0, 233 and is projected to be a third day selection in the 2013 NFL Draft. Follow Zach on twitter @zline48
Finished his career as the program’s all-time leader for touchdowns scored (45), and co-leader for all-time rushing touchdowns (40) ... Accrued 3,196 career rushing yards and 4,721 all-purpose yards, both good for second all-time ... Named to the CFPA Running Back Watch List… Posted the fifth-best single-season mark in 2011 with 1,092 yards on 194 carries… Recorded the sixth-best single-season all-purpose running total in 2011 with 1,517 yards… Ualbany's top all-purpose runner for the last three seasons. Smith performed at Fordham University Pro Day. For results of his performance go to College2Pro.com First team All-NEC NEC Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 3). Finished his career as the program’s all-time leader for touchdowns scored (45) and co-leader for all-time rushing touchdowns (40). Accrued 3,196 career rushing yards and 4,721 all-purpose yards, both good for second all-time. Played and started in 10 games. Carried the ball 195 times and rushed for 1,001 yards and 18 touchdowns while totaling 1,280 all-purpose yards. Led the NEC and ranked fourth at the FCS level for scoring (11.40). Rushed for three touchdowns on four separate occasions, including in three consecutive games – Monmouth (9/29), Bryant (10/6), and Saint Francis (Pa.) (10/13). Rushed for over 100-yards in six games, including a season-best 174 yards on 24 carries vs. Colgate (9/1). Capped his career with three touchdowns vs. Central Connecticut State (11/17). More exclusive interviews and full NFL Draft Analysis head to College2Pro.com
White is the only running back in Utah history to gain 1,000 yards in back-to-back seasons and one of two Utes all-time with two 1,000-yard seasons. White set schools record for career rushing yards per game (106.7) and career 100-yard games (14) and is Utah's single-season rushing record holder (1,519 yards in 2011). White earned 2012-Honorable mention All-Pac-12 and led Utah in all-purpose yards (105.8 per game) and total touchdowns (9). Bringing the next generation of tomorrows N
Three-year letterwinner as a backup running back ... Joined the program after a tryout session in the fall of 2009 ... Member of GSU's inaugural team ... Named to the Athletic Director's Honor Roll for the fall 2011 and spring 2012. In 2012, Smit played in 10 games, primarily on special teams ... Saw action in the backfield in the final two games of the season, including a one-yard touchdown run against Old Dominion ... Also had two kickoff returns for 53 yards in that game, including a 41-yard return.
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ASU: One of the most successful running backs in Sun Devil history...played in 49 games over four seasons...ranks second in school history in career rushing touchdowns with 38...finished seventh in school history with 2,700 career rushing yards...in 2011 tied Terry Battle and Woody Green for the single-season school record with 18 rushing touchdowns...ranks fourth in school history with 579 rushing attempts...two-time All-Pac-10/12 Honorable Mention in 2010 and 2011...named to Phil Steele All-Pac-12 third team...has six career 100-yard games, including a career high 168 rushing yards at UCLA (11/5/11)...averaged 4.7 yards per rush and 55.1 yards per game for his career...had season-long rushes of 75, 71, and 70 yards in his first three seasons, respectively...was also an active part of the passing game as he had 64 receptions for 558 yards and two touchdowns...averaged 8.7 yards per reception and 11.4 yards per game...had a career-long reception of 47 yards.
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Cal Poly's slotback Deonte Williams, played in the 2013 Casino Del Sol All-Star Game in Tucson, Arizona. Williams was named second-team All-American by three organizations after rushing for 1,506 yards, 72 yards short of the school record, and 12 touchdowns last fall. Bringing the next generation of tomorrows NFL stars to you today on the College2Pro.com Players Platform Show. For more on Deonte Williams and others go to College2Pro.com Hosted by Bo Marchionte COLLEGE2PRO.com
Boise State running back D.J. Harper was invite to the Texas vs. Nation All-Star game. Last year as a senior for the Broncos, Harper started all 13 games and led the team in rushing with 1,137 yards, 15 touchdowns and a per-carry average of 5.0 to earn All-Mountain West Conference honorable mention honors. He also caught 23 passes for 163 yards and one touchdown, and returned seven kickoffs for 188 yards and a 26.9 per-return average. Because of two early season ending knee injuries in 2009 and 2010, Harper was granted a sixth year of eligibility prior to the 2012 season. Playing in a school record 54 games, Harper finished his career with 2,792 rushing yards to rank eighth all-time at Boise State, and 39 rushing touchdowns to rank fourth on the all-time.
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Murray was selected to the All-C-USA First Team and Phil Steele's All-C-USA First Team as a senior. Murray led Conference USA by averaging 100.5 yards per game, and had 15 rushing touchdowns which were good for second on the UCF single-season list. Murray totaled 1,106 rushing yards even though he missed three games, marking the seventh-most yards by a Knight in school history. Murray capped off his career ranking second all-time at UCF in overall touchdowns (44), eighth in rushing attempt
Davidson, a senior from Redford, Mich., made his second appearance on the All-conference team after being a second team selection in his first season as a Bear. “Juice” made an immediate impact ever since joining the Blue and Orange and completed the season ranked No. 3 in the MEAC in rushing with 206 carries for 958 yards (4.7 avg) and 12 touchdowns. He had seven 100-yard games, and leaves as the school's No. 8 running back in school history with 1,690 career yards.