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Jeremy and Chris are back for another episode as they preview the upcoming UNLV football season. The big issues for UNLV are fixing a defensive front seven that was one of the worst in the country last year, and then on offense they need to find a quarterback and a running back to replace departed starters.
There are plenty of positives for UNLV this year including possibly having the best wide receiver duo with Marcus Sullivan and Devante Davis and a very experienced offensive line.
Signs look good for UNLV to make it back to a bowl game in 2014 but they play 13 games so it will take at least seven wins to go bowling in back-to-back years, and for the first time ever.
Jeremy and Mouth preview the Nevada schools, and then are joined by Coach Johnson to break down the Oregon schools.
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This week our Special Guest is Mr. Jonathan K. Osborne, Esq. The topic we will be discussing this week is educational and professional goal-setting, geared mainly towards young men. The question we will be answering is “What happens when determination, focus, and patience meet academic success?"
Mr. Osborne was recently sworn in as an Assistant United States Attorney for the US Dept. of Justice for the Southern District of Florida. At a very early age, he learned from his grandparents to chase his dreams. A Miami Gardens, FL native, his dreams carried him through middle and high school and then to Las Vegas, Nevada, where he joined the Runnin' Rebels basketball team at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas (UNLV). After 3 years at UNLV, Mr. Osborne transferred to the University of Alaska. He then attended Georgetown Law school, before working for three years as a business litigation attorney at Gunster Law Firm. He now represents the United States on behalf of the Justice Department. He has committed his life to serving others.
Mr. Osborne could not achieve such goals and dreams without staying focused with a vision for success. While serving clients as an attorney and in his church and community, he still finds time for the sport he loves, basketball. Therefore, there is nothing wrong with wanting to be an athlete, but you should always have a vision for your life after sports. This is a message that every young person should hear, especially young men. With vision, a strategic plan, and a sense of humor, anything is possible.
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Joining us on tonight's show will be Ickey Woods, former fullback who played his entire NFL career (1988 to 1991) with the Cincinnati Bengals. He played college football at UNLV. He is best remembered for his "Ickey Shuffle" end zone dance, performed each time he scored a touchdown.
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Jeremy and Chris are back to breakdown a crazy Week 7 of Mountain West play which saw a pair of shocking upsets. The action got going Friday night with UNLV upsetting Fresno State in overtime and then San Diego State doing all they can to give the game up to New Mexico with four straight turnovers in the four quarter.
Utah State proved to once again being a very dominant team by beating Air Force and Nevada can still not play complete game in its loss to Colorado State. We both wonder if Boise State's loss to Air Force and Colorado State's loss to Boise State were more of a one-off game than the norm for these teams. Yet, nothing has been the norm for the Mountain West this year.
We all know learning is an unending cycle. Welcome guest Jodi Gilliland, Program Coordinator for Continuing Education at UNLV. Serving in the nonprofit sector and with an MBA Jodi brings insight and information on resources and opportunities to keep up with the trends and increase the knowledge base needed to run a business or nonprofit. learn about the wide range of topics being offered from UNLV.
The NFL Draft Bible Player Spotlight brings you another name you need to know first in this edition with Trent Allmang-Wilder of UNLV. The Rebels defensive lineman moved from end to tackle this past season, showcasing his versatility and tenacity. The physical bruiser is tough task for anyone to handle one-on-one, blessed with a massive frame, Allmang-Wilder has room to grow size-wise and talent wise. He joins host Ric Serritella and explains why his best football has yet to come.
Week 4 is finally in the books and the Mountain West looked just OK from some teams, others looked really good and a few were down right stinkers. Per usual, we go through each game to talk about what we say, and one trend we saw was the excess of quarterback play.
San Jose State, UNLV, Hawaii and New Mexico all used multiple quarterbacks on Saturday and not to shock anyone, and all but New Mexico lost their game.
We get into the San Diego State vs. Oregon State game and put away the notion that some Aztecs fans want to bench Quinn Kaehler. There were issues on offense and play calling but part of that has to do with wide receiver Ezell Ruffin out, but the San Diego State defense did a great job against Sean Mannion.
We probably spend a bit too much time going over Boise State and fawning over how they are the best team -- they really are -- and see what teams they can lose going forward on its schedule, and there are a few.
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