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Find out whats new, whats expected, from the referees point of view from Cedric Barksdale. Its the weekend before the NA Cup get the Coaches aspect from Head Coach Tokey Hill and any updates from the coaches corner. Call in if you have any questions or concerns...lets get Real People!!!
Doc Rivers is probably going to get fined by the NBA for saying the Clippers were "robbed" last night in Oklahoma City. That is the kind of comment that crosses the line, no matter how true it might have been.
But what about referee Tony Brothers?
Is he going to be publicly chastised by the league office for saying replays of the ball that clearly went off of Reggie Jackson's hand were "inconclusive?"
And another thing ... if everyone in the arena saw a replay on the Jumbotron that showed the ball going off of Jackson, did the referees see that same replay? Or did they only have access to the replay angles available to the Turner Sports crew that broadcast the game?
There are a million questions to be answered today about the thrilling final seconds of the Thunder-Clippers Game 5, and I fully expect the NBA office to release a "we screwed up" statement from Rod Thorn's office.
But the most important question in my mind is this: How can the NBA prevent this kind of debacle from happening again?
Andrew Dixon of BASN joins us to recap the World Cup.
Referees at the 5'9@9 Basketball League joins us to officiating in the league.
Barry Barnes of the Locker Report joins us to discuss the NBA Draft, the NFL and other related topics.
Join L.A., Tony, Viganlantee Truth of BOSS Sports and Vinny Hardy of Wildcat Wednesdays for all the great discussion!
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Turnbuckle Turmoil celebrates the art of refereeing once again. We'll bring some of the hard working zebras onto the show so we can get the insight of this part of the wrestling buisness. With their unique view on things we're sure to get an education on what's going on in the wrestling world.
This week, ESPN reporter Jim Trotter joins us to talk about a few hot button topics in the NFL, gives his opinion on the officiating in the league, and an update on his book about Junior Seau. Then the ladies of NFLFemale review week 6 and give their picks for week 7. Join us
Have you ever wondered how so many teams seem to come out of nowhere and win it all? Well in some cases it is because the fix is in. It is immensely profitable to the few when this happens and often they are able to bribe players. coaches or referees to make sure it does.
Recognized as America's leading expert on game fixing in sports, Brian Tuohy is the author of two books on the subject -- The Fix Is In: The Showbiz Manipulations of the NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, and NASCAR and Larceny Games: Sports Gambling, Game Fixing, and the FBI.
Tuohy continues to be an in-demand radio guest, appearing on over 150 radio programs across the United States and Canada, including the nationally syndicated programs Coast to Coast AM, the Steve Czaban Show, Fox Sports' Chris Myers Interviews, JT The Brick, The Brian Kenny Show on NBC Sports Radio, and the Alex Jones Show.
Tuohy is also the author of Disaster Government: National Emergencies, Continuity of Government, and You. Based on over three years of research into the federal government's once Top Secret files, the book reveals the shocking truths about "national emergencies," presidential executive orders, martial law, underground bases, the "shadow government," and more.
NFL Week 6 is in the books, and Frat House Mike & Brandon review, break-down and analyze some of the biggest NFL games and upsetsincluding the Ravens 48 - Buccaneers 17 / Patriots 37 - Bills 22 / Panthers 37 - Bengals 37 / Browns 31 - Steelers 10 / Cowboys 30 - Seahawks 23 / and, Eagles 27 - Giants 0.
Are there any surprises in the Week 6 standings?
Is everyone else sick, sore, and tired of referees and penalties???! . . . and, is Colin Kaepernick and "intimidating" QB?
Give it a listen -- give it a "follow" -- give them a call at 347 - 826 - 9964!
Hosts Greg Livingston and Mike Mike Cain discuss MMA rules in the UFC, Bellator, and local mid south MMA promotions.
Mike Cain explains the viewpoint of a referee officiating an MMA fight. What he looks for, and what sometimes leads to stoppages the fans disagree with.
Greg and Mike will also discuss and explain the 10 Point Must System.
Tonight's special guest is Brady Williamson, owner of Oxford Crossfit and BullShark Crossfit. Brady will explain the benefits of Crossfit and how it can work for you.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers lost to the New Orleans Saints in depressing fashion on Sunday, losing in overtime despite holding two 11-point leads in the second half. So how did the Bucs get to that point in the game?
Ken and Leo have some thoughts about the decisions made by the players, coaches and referees that led to the Bucs' frustrating defeat at the hands of the Saints. How did the team allow a safety to happen in a five-point game? Why can the Bucs not avoid dumb penalties? What was Lovie Smith thinking?
The guys also discuss Mike Glennon, and discuss what he has to do moving forward to earn the Bucs' starting job for the long haul.
Plus, we have a recap of the Bucs Nation Radio Fantasy League Super Bowl, in which the hosts played each other in a meaningless Week 5 contest.
It may seem like a broken record, but week after week, season after season, the early season reviews of NFL officiating have been damning. This one is no different.
On The Exchange, Sumit and Jason delve into the way NFL games have been called by the referees, line judges and others over the season's first three weeks. They will also spend some time revisiting the continuing controversies surrounding Roger Goodell, the league office, the Baltimore Ravens and the Minnesota Vikings.
Come through on The Exchange in the chat room, on Twitter (@skd_thExchange, @asportsscribe) and the phone lines at 347-202-0247. Of course, don't forget for favorite the show on Stitcher Radio!
Rattle and Hum Sports - Dallas Cowboys Postgame Show
Hosted by Bryan Houston with guest Matthew Postins
RattleandHumSports.com host Bryan Houston welcomes Matthew Postins to provide a cool down after a back and forth game between the Cowboys and Rams.
Austin Davis started for the Rams and was hot in the first half leading the Rams to 14 of their 21 point lead. Tony Romo thew an ill-advised pick six placing the Cowboys in a 21 point hole in the second quarter.
However, the Cowboys got the running game going again with DeMarco Murray, despite another early fumble by the league’s leading rusher.
The Cowboys would go on to score 20 unanswered points to cut the Rams lead to one 21-20 heading into the fourth quarter.
The defense came up with key stops and turnovers, Tony Romo and the offense made plays when they had to and the Cowboys had some good fortune from the referees play a part in the outcome.
Was this a true team effort today? Have the Cowboys stayed committed to Murray who had his third 100 yard rushing day despite the fumbling in all three games.
What kind of grade can you give the Cowboys defense who played without linebackers Rolando McClain and Justin Durant? Did Anthony Hitchens make a statement with a key fourth and inches stop of the Ram’s offense giving the ball back to his offense?
Speaking of statements, many are being made about Morris Claiborne and his continued struggles to live up to his draft position in 2010. Is time for the Cowboys to give up hope on the once promising corner from LSU? Is it that difficult to learn zone coverage for a player who has always been a man to man corner?
Join Bryan and Matthew as they tackle these questions and several more LIVE at 4:00 PM CDT
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