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Rattle and Hum Spots Talk - June Jones and Ron Washington Resign - Big 12 - SEC Football News
RattleandHumSports.com hosts Tommy Smith and Matthew Postins look at the strange resignations of SMU Football coach June Jones and Texas Rangers Manager Ron Washington. SMU and Rangers writer Richard "Dic" Humphrey joins in to provide his insight on both of the sudden announcements from the last week.
Ray Rice has been cut by the Baltimore Ravens. How bad did the NFL mess up that situation?
We also take a peak at the Big 12 Football schedule with Big 12 insider Kevin Lonnquist as Minnesota visits Fort Worth for the first time to take on TCU.
Tennessee represents the SEC in Norman as the Vols take a shot at Bob Stoops and the Oklahoma Sooners.
UCLA makes a trip to Arlington to face Charlie Strong and the Texas Longhons after Horns Nation gets some expectations set with the beating they took at the hands of BYU, and the Baylor Bears get Bryce Petty back Friday night in Buffalo.
Tune in for all of this and more LIVE tonight at 8:30 PM CDT.
Tonight on a LATE night edition of Sports Talk with Bryan Nolen, we will be joined by Fox Sports announcer, Charles Davis! Charles will join the program to preview the game that he will be broadcasting on Saturday afternoon, Michigan State at Oregon. We will get his thoughts on how Michigan State can control Oregon’s high paced offense, Marcus Mariota and his Heisman chances as well as keys to the game! Steven Meador will also join the program, later in the show, to participate in NFL Pick Em’s for Week 1! Top headlines, update from GB vs. SEA, and more as we are LIVE!
Show Focus: College Football recruiting and analysis, College football analysis and recruiting recaps and education of top high school players
1. "The hot five" the hottest five topics or things in college football recruiting 5 minutes
2. “College Chatter" movers and shakers in recruiting and college football
3. “Five Star Review”: Interviews with todays best recruits, coaches, and analysts.
4. “Question of the Week" Answer to questions of the week on recruiting and events and coaches from twitter
5. “Face-off”: Callers can call in to ask questions of the hosts on the days topics.
6. “Are we smarter" what we have learned this week and wrap up plus upcoming events
7. "Barry's Backyard" Barry talks about his wacky discoveries with coach schuman on the recruiting trail
8. " NFL Draft Analysis" We analyze the next crop of top players in the NFL wiith guest NFL Expert Taber Small, NUC's NFL Expert
Today's Pigskin Podcast gathers football fans FanRag Sports personalities and writers for a panel style discussion of the top stories on the gridiron.
Conference play begins for most college football teams, we'll tell listeners what to watch for this week. A dvision showdown in the NFC East gets Week 4 of the NFL started, we'll break down Giants at Redskins while previewing the top games for the weekend.
Fantasy football is always a focus for Today's Pigskin Podcasts, join the conversation by calling 347-850-1468 and Be Heard now!
Sports Betting Weekly is must listen to radio if you're betting even one football game this weekend. Our panel of Wagering Experts take calls from our Virtual Handicappers all across the country. Listen as they break down both College and Pro matchups and learn from the best sports bettors in the business. One week of Sports Betting Weekly and you will start winning more bets now! www.SportsBettingWeekly.com www.2ndHalfChas.com www.SixBetsAGame.com
The Inside Texas Podcast is a bi-weekly series on the life of the Texas Longhorns brought to you by InsideTexas.com. Hosts Justin Wells and Ian Boyd talk Texas football, Eric Nahlin will join us for recruiting updates, and Jesus Shuttlesworth will bring us the latest from the Asset and Big Cigars. We'll have weekly guests and more. Join us twice a week for the Inside Texas Podcast.
LatinoTalk Texas is America's only daily independent political analysis from the Latino perspective! On today's show, a discussion of the nature of the Culture of Death and how it exists in opposition to the Culture of Life which is best represented in the Church. Using a discussion of the Vatican's recent Synod on the Family and how some news reports about that were deliberately false and misleading was done so for the purpose of undermining the Church and the Culture of Life. I discuss how the Culture of Death has two approaches toward and in attack of the Culture of Life. One is political and the other is social. The Social side is represented in the various efforts to undermine life such as abortion and euthanasia. They are motivated by the radical environmentalism and the belief that people ARE pollution but that some people, namely themselves are better people and should be allowed to live while others are too stupid and too ugly to live. They are people like Margaret Sanger, Hitler and John Tanton. The Political side is lead by socialists and Libertarians. They seek to rid our governments and society of religious expression. The Culture of Life; however, expresses that though there are many of us, life is a gift from God and that we are here for a purpose and that because we are clever and work hard we will find solutions to our problems and find ways to cure diseases and feed the hungry. Later in the show, I update the news on Islamic Army, Ukraine, Boko Haram in Nigeria, Houston Mayor Parker and her attempt to push the homosexual agenda in the courts and the protests in Mexican state of Guerrero.
Sports talk and discussion with an attitude for the passionate and hard core fan. Today will be our weekly Friday College Football Pigskin Preview Kickoff show where 10 games are picked both straight up and against the spread. We'll focus, once again, on some big SEC matchups but there also vital matchuips in the Big 12 and Pac 12 as the potential landscape for the college football playoff is beginning to shake out amidst the upsets that filled up the last weekend of college football.
HOME TEAM IN BOLD CAPS
Favorite on the Left
*Whenever there is a whole number spread, there is always a 1/2 point added so there will never be a tie in our competition.
*For the purpose of this show, the line locks at the time the show description is posted.
GEORGIA TECH - 3 1/2 vs. Duke
CLEMSON - 12 1/2 vs.Louisville
FLORIDA vs.L.S.U - 1 1/2
ARKANSAS vs. Alabama - 10 1/2
OREGON - 2 1/2 @ UCLA
OKLAHOMA - 14 1/2 vs.Texas (Dallas)
TEXAS A & M - 4 1/2 vs.Ole Miss
BAYLOR - 8 1/2 vs.T.C.U
MISSOURI vs.Georgia - 3 1/2
MISSISSIPPI STATE VS. Auburn - 3 1/2
LatinoTalk Texas is America's only daily Independent Political Analysis from the Latino Perspective. On today's show, I spend several minutes discussing the nature of the Latino vote and the imperativeness that American Latinos get out and vote. I read a piece by Maria Teresa Kumar, co-foundress of Voto Latino, who said in her essay, "How the Latino Vote became a Movement for Change," that, "Latinos also realize it is up to us to vote to protect our families and our communities. Only by building our segment of the electorate can we change the bad politics practiced by both major parties that now stands in the way of needed policy changes on immigration reform and other issues. " which deeply echoes my many remarks on this, America's only daily independent political analysis from the Latino perspective. I later describe the sad state of affairs in Iraq and Syria as Islamic State Army is at the doorstep of Bagdad and our air campaign under dubious leadership is failing. Lastly, I discuss the fear mongering that is going on behind "Climate Change" agenda.
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