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Former Louisville Cardfinals RB Lionel Gates joins Joe Lisi On The Weekly Blitz.
Gates was a standout from 2001-2004 rushing for 1,475 yards averaging 4.8 yards per carry with 20 touchdowns. He was an all-around running back who caught 40 passes for 469 yards averaging 11.7 yards per carry with 2 receiving touchdowns.
Gates had great speed and was a tough inside runner who was not afraid of contact. The trio of Gates, Michael Bush and Eric Shelton was a loaded backfield for head coach Bobby Petrino in leading the Cardinals to a 11-1 record in 2004 with a top 10 ranking.
Gates was drafted in the 7th round by the Buffalo Bills and played from 2005-2007 for Buffalo and Tampa Bay
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Special Guest: First Lady Joanna Coles
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Former Ohio State running back Vince Workman joins Joe Lisi on The Weekly Blitz. Workman was a standout for the Buckeyes from 1985-1988 rushing for 1,882 yards averaging 4.6 yards per carry with 13 rushing touchdowns. He was an excellent receiver who caught 54 passes for 584 yards with 2 touchdowns.
Workman played in the NFL from 1989-1996 rushing for 1,737 yards averaging 4.4 yards per carry with 13 touchdowns. He also caught 179 passes for 1,294 yards with 7 touchdowns. Workman was an all purpose running back who played with intensity and heart. He went on to be a scout for the Packers from 1999-2001 and become assistant strength coach for Green Bay from 2001-2005.
Former Tennessee Volunteer and NFL running back Charlie Garner joins Joe Lisi on The Weekly Blitz.
Garner was a standout for Tennessee from 1992-1993. Garner rushed for 2,089 and 10 touchdowns. Garner was a second round draft pick for the Philadelphia Eagles and played for the Eagles, San Francisco, Oakland and Tampa Bay from 1994-2004.
In his NFL career, Garner rushed for 7,097 ruhsing yards averaging 4.6 yards per carry and 39 touchdowns. He was an excellent receiver who caught 419 passes for 3,711 yards and 12 touchdowns.
Garner had great excelleration and quickness. His great vision allowed him to cut on a dime and has some of the most incredible runs in NFL history.
Jaysyd is an R&B artist based in Texas. R&B is the genre he enjoys; making music and singing is his passion. He is also a song writer and has been involved around music since the age of 12. From church choris to Drums his family is blessed with muisic talent all around in the gospel industry and more. Ever since the age of 8 he became musically inclined and could never let the sticks go. Around that time he was singing in church choirs and playing the drums. At the age of 19 he was on a full ride scholarship to Butler Community College playing the drums for the jazz show band. Soon after people began recognizing him. Singing was always in his blood and within the whole family. Expecially his mother who had the opportunity to sing in Italy and more. In the year of 2008 he decided to step away from the drums for a while and really pursue being an artist. He released his first Itunes single "Fight For Me," and has never looked back since. Jaysyd has wrote for some up coming artits; "Blow" by Honey Banks, "Pole Hero," by Pat P and "Guilty," by KayJayTheProducer. He continues to do shows and release good quality music. Not worried about being signed Jaysyd is now continuing to work on his ablum with pursuit to be heard in the music industry. He loves the music and plans on making a big impact on the R&B scene soon.
Bringing the next generation of tomorrow's NFL stars to you today on the College2pro.com Player's Platform Show. Join host Bo Marchionte and special guest David Cobb running back from Minnesota.
Cobb earned an invite to the 2015 Reese’s Senior Bowl, after being one of the top senior running backs in the nation.
Go one-on-one with Cobb and know more about the Minnesota running back that could be suiting up for your favorite NFL team this up coming season.
Cobb used the week of practices and game to enhance his value to NFL teams.
Tons to talk about this fine Tuesday.. we have resident rookie expert Shawn Foss in the studio so if you have any questions or comments for him please let us know during the show!
- Week 6 Surprises
- Top 10 RB/WR Consistency through Week 6
- Rookie Updates
- Waiver Wire Picks
- Week 7 Match-ups
Thanks for joining us,
Dave and Jason
Tonight on the show, join hosts Jared Ferree & Joe Everett as we talk RBs. We'll talk about how to approach the position this season, should you wait or get them quick at the top of the draft. We'll also look at the upcoming rookies and who could possibly help you this season. We'll spend some time looking back at the 2013 rookie class and give you our top sophomore RBs as well.
"The Baddest (You've Ever Had)" is the debut single from Michelle Garcia, a female Latin vocalist from the Bronx section of New York City. The Baddest focuses on Michelle's hardships with getting over her past relationships and later on realizing who she is and why she's the baddest. The Baddest features a sample by Black Rob's famed "Whoa" with production by Niamson.
Bringing the next generation of tomorrows NFL stars to you today on the College2Pro.com Players Platform Show. Join host Bo Marchionte with special guest Arnie McRae of Merrimack.
2014: Started all 9 games played ... Recorded 103 rushes for a net gain of 569 rushing yards ... Averaged 5.5 yards per carry ... Received 35 passes totaling 307 receiving yards ... Tallied 8 touchdowns on the season (7rush, 1rec).
2013: Appeared in 10 games ... Finished with 447 yards rushing and two scores ... Averaged 44.7 yards per game and 5.8 yards per carry ... Went off for career-high 135 yards and two scores against Pace (9/28).
2012: Saw action in two games ... Finished with 20 yards rushing on five attempts, averaging four yards per carry ... Longest rush went for 13 yards.
Before Merrimack: Four year varsity participant including starting for three seasons ... Led team in rushing touchdowns on three ocassions ... Compiled 54 career touchdowns ... Named First Team All-State running back as a senior ... Rushed for 1,200 yards as a senior ... Named Second Team All-State as a junior.