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Byron Stingily is Chicago's Greatest Voice in House Music Global History, as Byron has written & sung hit after hit for over 25 years in this Global Industry. He is known as the Voice Of House Music. House Music Lovers sit on the edge of there seats waiting for there next dose of this blessed icon.
Today on Mid-American Hustle, Bryan and Alex react to the news of Toledo starting quarterback Phillip Ely's ACL tear, and how they think it'll impact the Rockets' chances going forward. They bounce around a bit, looking ahead at Week 3, reacting to the surprise return of Cameron Stingily in Week 2, comparing the situations at BGSU and Toledo, and talking a look at the quarterback options UT has at its disposal. It's a MACtion packed episode, sure to be less corny than this description.
Second team Big East Offensive Lineman Byron Stingily takes time from training at D1 Sports in Nashville, Tennessee to talk with the NFL Draft Bible Player Spotlight Show on his past and his goals moving forward. Find out why his teammates and him shared a special song. Hosted by Bo Marchionte.
On Episode 27 of Mid-American Hustle, Bryan is joined by our very own NIU Team Manager Norm Miller to take a look at how the Huskies will fare in life after Jordan Lynch.
After going 12-2 in 2013, which included a loss in the MAC Championship and a loss in the Poinsettia Bowl, NIU seems likely to take a step back in 2014, but just how far back? The Huskies do lose Jordan Lynch, Jimmie Ward, and their entire starting defensive line, but manage to return 16 starters overall, including four on an offensive line that has been among the MAC's best.
Who will be the Huskies quarterback this fall? what does Cameron Stingily's injury do to the Huskies' running game? How will this defense, which has been the weak point of NIU teams past, fare this fall? And what will need to happen for 2014 to bee a successful season for NIU fans? All of those questions, and many more, are discussed in this episode.