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  • 00:31

    BYU vs. Washington Preview

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    Jay Drew, BYU football and basketball beat writer for The Salt Lake Tribune, joins the program to preview the BYU vs. Washington game on December 27th. We will chat about Taysom Hill and his progress throughout the season, how will they stop Keith Price and Bishop Sankey and does Washington have an advantage because of their new coach? Find out tonight! Later in the program, Hunter Combs will joins to preview Week 15 of the NFL Season! Top headlines as well.

  • 02:04

    How and Why I and Family Were Kicked Out of BYU and Subsequent Events

    in Politics

    An Account of my experience at Brigham Young University within a year of separation from active duty in the Army at Ft. Bragg

    Hebrews 13:2
    2 Be not forgetful to entertain strangers: for thereby some have entertained angels unawares.

    I have a tale to relate. After getting out of the Army in 1974 at Ft. Bragg, my family and I
    moved to Provo, Utah, to attend BYU. This was an event which was much anticipated and
    anticipated with hope and joy at the prospect of being united with like-minded people who
    shared our devotion to the Lord and obtaining and doing his will. I had no idea of the subsequent
    trial which would shortly befall me. I had been recently ordained a Seventy just after completing
    a rather tumultuous term as an Elder’s Quorum President of the Raleigh Stake (3rd Quorum). It
    turns out I was the last correctly ordained Seventy by the Church in this dispensation. I had
    been wounded by the actions of the Utah Mormons in my Quorum of which I was the President,
    and the issues raised during this period could not be answered by appealing to President Carter,
    the Branch President of the Student Branch in which we found ourselves. One Sunday in June
    of 1974, in Seventies Group meeting the Second Counselor to the Stake President announced
    that he wanted to collect all of our “licenses” issued to us by the Church headquarters in which
    the Church “invited all to hear our message”. He said they would be returned, and I accepted
    this without hesitation or question, and surrendered the small plastic covered document which I
    had in my billfold. This seemed innocent enough at the time, but as I look back on it, I now
    know what this event portended... (For the complete account)

  • 00:25

    Dr. Brennan Platt of BYU on Moral Victories and Game Theory in Sport

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    Brennan Platt of BYU recently co-published an article titled, "Sticking With What (Barely) Worked: A Test of Outcome Bias."  The interesting part is Dr. Brennan Platt is an economics professor at BYU.  With all the recent movies around "Money Ball", game theory and scientific management of sport, Brennan will be joining Stephen to talk about his findings, the trends, the limitations, and ultimately, how do you use the study to create a better team.

    For the complete interview, visit The McCarthy Project.

  • 01:05

    Pac-12 and MWC 2014 Previews: Utah, Utah State and BYU

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    Jeremy and Mouth breakdown the state of college football in the State of Utah. Jeremy votes Chuckie Keeton for president. Mouth is blown away by Utah's schedule. And BYU tries to replace the great Kyle Van Noy. 

  • 00:31

    BYU Preview and Lamar Odom Update

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    Tonight, we will have Ryan Teeples, BYU writer for the Deseret News, come on the program to talk some Cougar football with me! How much did Lamar Odom pay for his cocaine? Find out here! Also, We preview the NFL Week 1 schedule and look ahead to the top storylines for the upcoming season. Top headlines of the day. 

  • 00:04

    Player Spotlight: OLB Kyle Van Noy, BYU

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    Kyle Van Noy was named to All-America teams by Walter Camp (second team), CBSSports.com (third team), Athlon Sports (third team), Lindy's (third team) and Phil Steele (third team) while receiving honorable mention from Sports Illustrated.

    Van Noy is one of the best and most versatile linebackers in this draft class with his trademark high motor play to go along with excellent football intelligence.

    The BYU standout spoke with Joe Everett of Rookie Draft at the Senior Bowl to share his thoughts on the NFL Draft process and to talk about his collegiate career.

  • 01:00

    Exploring America by Harley, Roller Coaster and California wine

    in Travel

    Today World Footprints will go on an American Ride, experience exhilarating thrills and preview a month-long California Wine Festival. Television show host, historian and motorcycle buff Stan Ellsworth breaks the mold of the stereotypical high school history teacher.  A former NFL player, Stan is the Harley Davidson-riding host and creator of BYU-TV’s American Ride.  Join us as we hop on the “iron horse” with Stan as he takes us through American history.

    As the author of “America’s Top Roller Coasters and Amusement Parks” Pete Trabucco knows a thing or two about high-speed thrills.  Pete is taking his need for speed and death-defying adventures to the airwaves in a new show, Thrill Ride Maniacs, and he’ll share the best places to enjoy a thrill in America.

    California wineries celebrate Earth Day ann year long but during the annual event vineyards showcase their commitment to our planet with a month-long celebration called “Down to Earth Month.”  Gladys Horiuchi of The Wine Institute shares the festivities and some up and coming wine regions in California.

  • 01:19

    Ohio Sports Talk

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    Ohio Sports Talk

    Join Jerry Chiles as he discusses a variety of topics at 12pm ET/9am PT

    Cleveland Browns

    * Cleveland Browns Family Day

    * Cleveland Browns Offensive Identity

    * DL Ishaa'ily Kitchen signs tender agreement with Browns

    * Paul Kruger wants to improve on his 11.5 sacks

    Cincinnati Bengals

    * Bengal Players in the Spotlight:  Tyler Eifert / Dre Kirkpatrick

    * Cincinnati Bengals Offensive Identity

    Ohio State Buckeyes

    * Ohio State Recruiting:  Wide Receivers

    * 4-star S Marlon Character has Ohio State in his top 3

    Mid-American Conference

    * MAC Honors Dinner feature 2015 Hall of Fame Class to MAC Conference

    Bowling Green

    * Addition of Eilar Hardy from Notre Dame to football program

    * Bowling Green mourns passing of Coach Bob Gibson

    * Bowling Green Athletic Communications Department ears FWAA Super 11 Award

    Kent State

    * Kent State mourns passing of Trainer Doug Davis

    Miami of Ohio

    * Redhawks unveil new scrimmage field


    * No summer vacation for Bearcats QB Gunner Kiel

    * Tommy Tuberville says "Sky is the limit this season"

    * Cincinnati / BYU football game moved

    * Louis Banks & Terry Nelson inducted to Bearcats Hall of Fame

    To listen to the show, go over to www.SportzAddix.com or to listen or be part of the show, simply dial 646-378-1303

  • 02:00

    BYU Women's Conference + Katrell Redhouse on Bullying

    in Religion

    This week:
    This Sistas discuss bullying with Katrell Redhouse.
    Katrell Redhouse - BYU Gradute, former member of the Peace Corps and current children’s treatment coordinator for a behavioral health organization in Phoenix.
    Plus the Sistas share their experiences at BYU Women's Conference this past weekend and their Musana charity event yesterday which supports Ugandan women breaking the cyle of poverty.

  • 00:45

    Guest:Joe Kelly Former Cincinnati Bengals Linebacker!

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    Our guest this week will be former NFL linebacker Joe kelly, Joe starred for the legendary coach Don James at the University of Washington. He helped Guide the Huskies to an upset win in the 1985 Orange Bowl, they finished the season the second ranked team in the nation behind BYU. His senior year he was named the captain of the team and was named an all-american and first team all Pac 10. After his career he was named to the University of Washington's all-century team. He was drafted in the first round of the 1986 NFL draft by the Cincinnati bengals where he would go on to start at Linebacker in the Super Bowl 23 loss to the San Francisco 49ers. Played 11 seasons overall 4 with the bengals and then stints with the Jets,Raiders,Rams,Packers and Eagles.

  • 00:18

    2015 NFL Draft Prospect Justin Tukes, TE, UCF

    in Football

    NFL Draft Prospect

    Justin Tukes




    SENIOR SEASON (2014):
    -Selected as the team's Most Dependable Offensive Player at its awards banquet
    -Started 12 of 13 games played, and had five catches for 45 yards
    -BYU 10/9: Notched three catches for 15 yards
    -Tulsa 11/14: Added one catch for 30 yards
    -St. Pete 12/26: Hauled in a reception in the bowl game vs. NC State

    JUNIOR SEASON (2013):
    -Named to the College Football Performance Awards Tight End Trophy Watch List -Started 10 of 13 games played
    -Racked up 13 catches for 116 yards and a touchdown
    -Akron 8/29: Hauled in two passes for 25 yards
    -South Carolina 9/28: Caught two balls for 21 yards
    -At Louisville 10/18: Made four catches for 24 yards
    -UConn 10/26: Posted two catches for 24 yards
    -At Temple 11/16: Caught one ball for nine yards
    -USF 11/29: Hauled in two passes for 13 yards and his first score of the season

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