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For the first time in their storied history, the Sons of Troy will come east to take on the Boston College Eagles!
Tune in at 8 PM EST (5 PM PST) as Dan and AJ talk about last week's game against Pitt and begin previewing the game on Saturday night against USC. The Trojans are coming off a tough game against Pac-12 rival Stanford, but they also are a team that slaughtered BC in the LA Coliseum last year, 35-7. The game will be one of the featured national games of the week, finding itself on national television under the lights in Chestnut Hill.
USC is 4-0 lifetime against the Eagles, but they're a very different team from the one that took on Steve Addazio's crew last year. The Trojans defeated BC right before head coach Lane Kiffin was fired, and they transformed overnight from a 4-3 middle-of-the-road program to a 10-4 bowl champion. Now they're a nationally ranked team under the direction of new head coach Steve Sarkisian, and storylines are already abound.
Be sure to tune in and be sure to call in as the Eagles take on the Trojans for the first time in Boston!
At the FIRST FTC South Super-Regional Championship and the Alamo FRC Championship happening on February 27th-March1st there will be teams from the Southeast, Hawaii and Canada. Traveling robotics teams are able to experience the world in a whole new way through FIRST competitions. For many of these students is it their first trip away from home.
On today's Alamo FIRST show we are chatting with Chris Arnold who is the Lead Mentor and Elana Nicholls who is the Social Media Coordinator from Team 2386 the Trojans which is a team out of Burlington, Ontario in Canada.
The Glen Este Trojans travel to Lancer Stadium for the round 1 playoff game. Part 2 includes the halftime show, second half action and the postgame show. With JC McCoy, Martin Eisele, Mike Nie, Steve LeCount and Barrett Cohen. Tom Ramstetter from the Cincinnati Enquirer guests in the halftime show.
We begin this week's episode not coming off the high of upsetting a red hot Arizona Wildcats, but pointing the fingers at anything tangible in the wake of a 59-37 beatdown on Dad's weekend in Pullman. This wasn't how the season was supposed to play out most Cougar fans would say, but one where the program would take the next step after gaining bowl eligiblity. Unfortunately it has played out this way, and now coaches seats are red hot, and the program is under a microscope. But is this a coaching issue or a talent issue? Mike Leach is being paid $2.7mm a year to win games. You can excuse his 3-9 rookie campaign for being in a position with lesser talent, but now Coach Leach's record is 8-12 since. His offense has been fantastic, but his defense and special teams is one of the worst in the nation. We'll ask whether sccountability is in need, or is this a matter of inexperience rearing it's ugly head?
We'll also recap last week's debacle, and get you set up for this Saturday's matchup in Pullman vs the USC Trojans at 1:30pm on the Pac-12 Network.
Phone lines are open tonight for all your questions and comments at (714) 816-4704, or you can hit me up on Twitter @InsiderSteve.
The BSD Basketbro Show is back this week, and the guys are ready to discuss the 2014 Charleston Classic. After losing their opening game to Charlotte, the Nittany Lions won thrillers over Cornell and USC. Is a 2-1 record in the Tournament acceptable? What did we learn -- other than D.J. Newbill is amazing at basketball? Was the fact that PSU won two really close games a cause for celebration or a cause for concern? Bill DiFilippo, Eric Gibson and Chad Markulics will discuss on this week's episode of the best damn Penn State basketball podcast on the Internet.
Chad Wilson & Emil Calomino discuss the latest topics on the college and professional football gridiron including:
- Patriots looking like the biggest and badest thing in the NFL
- Eagles just keep on winning
- Is big school vs. small school really a bad thing
- FSU skirts by again
- Do the Bruins own the Trojans
- Jameis again
- Should the playoffs expand
- Recap of college football weekend & picks
- Recap of NFL weekend & picks
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Connor Halliday's career came to an end after a brutal injury in Saturday's game against USC. The season effectively ended for WSU too, eliminated from bowl contention.
Without much sunshine in WSU's future, we'll focus on what's head in the final three games of the season for Luke Falk. Plus, we'll visit with Jacob Thorpe and discuss what Halliday meant to this team.
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Segment #1 Current Kentucky Squad vs. Some of The Greatest from the Past
Segment #2 This is Why You have Insurance
Segment #3 College Football Preview/ Battle of the Fan
Segment #4 G.O.A.T.S/ Picks of the Week
After the #1 Ranked University of Kentucky blow out performance against #5 Kansas, Mike B. and the Benchwarmers will look back in the past and compare how this team would match up against some of the best teams over the last few years. During Segment #2, This is Why you Have Insurance, Mike B. and the Benchwarmers will discuss UGA RB Todd Gurley recent injury. With two weeks remaining in the College Football season, Mike B. and the Benchwarmers will examine the latest college football rankings ending with a Battle of the Fan segment featuring a Pac-12 South Rivalry “The Battle of L.A.” - Joe Gardina representing The Mighty Bruins of UCLA and BJ Charlton representing The Fighting Trojans of USC. As we do each and every week, in the final part of the show, Mike B. and Benchwarmers will give their G.O.A.T.S and Asses of the week. Make sure you join them or you can be a part of the show at 347-989-8385 this Saturday, “On The Bench”, at 9AM EST on the Survival Radio Network.
Jon Arnett is back to answer more questions sent in by fans who appreciate the contribution of this 10 year NFL players from the 1950's and 1960's. Football today and the NFL versus the NFL in the early years. A frank and facinating talk with one of the greatest NFL players of the 50's and 60's.
He was a 5 time Pro Bowler and one time All-Pro with the Los Angeles Rams the from 1957–1963 and played withthe Chicago Bears from 1964 to 1966. He was known by the popular nickname of Jaguar Jon Arnett. Recently Jon was honored by induction into the Gridiron Greats Hall of Fame.
Jon Arnett was the multiple recipient of the WJ Voit Memorial Trophy the as the outstanding football player on the Pacific Coast. Arnett was a Heisman candidate in his Senior year and won the Voit Trophy in both 1954 and 1955. Jon was a charter inductee into the USC Athletic Hall of Fame in 1994 and the College Football Hall of Fame in 2001 as a member of the USC Trojans.
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