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In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec welcome Freeport Area High School, football player Logan Thimons, to the show. Thimons, a junior linebacker, has verbally committed to West Virginia. He will graduate early, and enroll at West Virginia in January, of 2016. He led the team with 122 tackles and 24 for loss. His team missed the playoffs, this year, but finished with a 5-4 record. We will talk to Logan about his decision to attend West Virginia, and how he balances academics and athletics. Fasten your seat belts and put your foot on the gas, we are talking high school football.
The lack of football (NFL preseason doesn't count) is finally going away. It is game week for Alabama vs West Virginia, and BAMS is here to get you ready for the rumble in the Georgia Dome. New Crimson Tide commitment Josh McMillon will join us at 8:05 to discuss his recent comitment, and how he sees the game going. After that, the floor will be opened for callers, as well as Cary Clark, Drew DeArmond and Thomas Watts to give their prognostications for the upcoming battle. The action starts at 8:00 CST. Be there, or be Auburn.
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The Jim Hurley Network's football betting podcast takes a look at West Virginia and LSU. The Mountaineers upset Baylor and are poised to contend in the Big 12. The Tigers seem to be coming together and have big statement games ahead. The opportunities for profitable college footbal handicapping are there if the correct decisions are made about these teams and this podcast will help you do that, and get ready for another fun college football Saturday.
For the Week 5 recap podcast Jeremy is joined by Matthew K. to go over the latest action of Mountain West football. Well, we don't know much more than we did the week prior. Boise State gets outplayed by Air Force, but is it a one-game slip up or have the Broncos fallen of of its perch from being the feared team they have been accustomed to over the past decade.
Besides going through all of the games we attempt to make a decision on who is the best team in the league this year. This year the Mountain West has no clear frontrunners on a collision course to meet in the Mountain West title game, but now there are multiple teams in each division that can make the case to be the best team.
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It's Veteran's Day in Key West! How we celebrated this year and a few comments on the Vietnam War. Princeton University says we are no longer a democracy. We are run by rich people and politicians. Putin on top again and a time bomb in Ferguson. Always an interesting perspective on everyday issues.Always an interesting perspective on everyday issues.
Jeremy and Chris go through the nine games of the third week of Mountain West football and discuss the highs and lows of the league so far. We both fell that Boise State is the best team in the league and that Nevada really has a chance to compete in the West.
We go deep into Fresno State to try to figure out what is going wrong with that team. Is it coaching, lack of talent, scheme or just maybe we are holding onto some shred of that Fresno State is still a good team and blame the difficult schedule.
We do get to Chuckie Keeton leaving the first half of the Wake Forest game by re-injuring the same knee that he tore his ACL last year. As of this time there is no update on the status of Keeton's knee.
This episode of the AFC West Show will covering the NFL focusing on the AFC West. We feature interviews, recaps, analysis and breaking news in the AFC West.
Tonight we'll be breaking down Week 12 of the NFL Season and recapping week 11of the 2014 season.
Listen for in-depth coverage of the Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs, Oakland Raiders, and San Diego Chargers.
Watch for updates on special guests joining us to talk about the week's biggest match-ups!
Doug Rigg is an outstanding football player who was the starting ILB/OLB for West Virginia and has received many accolades during his Collegiate and High School career. Rigg played in 45 career games with 22 starts, 1 TD and had 141 tackles with 9 tackles for a loss and 3 sacks in his career including a forced fumble against USF in 2011 that gave the Mountaineers the possession they used to win the game and clinch an Orange Bowl bid. In 2012, Rigg was named to 2nd Team All-Big-12 Academics. Rigg excels at stopping the run, has good football instincts, superior play recognition and a willingness to learn and develop as a player.
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Jeremy and Chris are back for the hour-plus shows as we are previewing the first week of the Mountain West football season. There are 12 games and the guys do gloss over a little bit of the FCS vs. Mountain West teams, but the big games like Ole Miss vs. Boise State, Tennessee vs. Utah State, UNLV vs. Arizona and other similar games get plenty of attention.
There is one super crazy upset pick by both of us, and while it won't come true it is quite possible that at the very worst this crazy pick should at least cover the monstrous spread.
Also, this year Chris and Jeremy will keep track of our picks and let everyone know how we do picking games this year, so sit back with your headphones and listen to this 80 minute show.
Jeremy and Chris are back to recap the first week of the Mountain West football season, and of course we know nothing. Not because we are dumb -- well some may think so -- but all of the offseason studying we did seemed to be for naught. The league went 1-5 in FBS games with Colorado State being the lone victor of that group as they beat rival Colorado.
The other half of the games were against FCS foes, and thus it is hard to take a ton out of that and make sense of it.
We discuss how Colorado State and Hawaii are looking to be actual contenders in each respective divison, and that Boise State is not going to go away quietly. Also, Fresno State really could be in a lot of hurt this year after its loss ot USC, and it doesn't help they face Utah and Nebraska in the next few weeks.
Oh, and there was this game we don't really want to mention that happened on Sunday night.
Sit back and enjoy the Week 1 Mountain West football recap.