• 02:00

    BAMS talks spring football, and the ongoing basketball coaching search

    in Sports

    The disappointment that has been Alabama basketball is taking a back seat this week since the Crimson Tide football team has begun their spring football practices. We'll still talk about the ongoing coaching search on the hardwood, but it will be a sideshow as BAMS talks about everything happening on the gridiron. We'll be joined by Roger Myers for his take on the happenings at the Capstone. The show kicks off with Cary Clark, Drew DeArmond and Thomas Watts at 5:30. Be there or be Auburn

  • 02:01

    BAMS talks Crimson Tide at the NFL Combine

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    There is no break from football, and BAMS appreciates every second of it. There is always something going on that the Crimson Tide football team is heavily involved in. This week, numerous former Tide players will showcase their talents in Indianapolis for numerous NFL franchises. The Combine is only one part of the pre-draft process, but it is an important one. We'll break down what to expect, as well as what has already happened with Jimmy Stein and Marq Burnett on the show this evening. The action kicks off at 7 with Cary Clark, Drew DeArmond and Thomas Watts. Be there or be Auburn.

  • 00:31

    Author, Founder of Purposeful DIVA LaTracey Copeland Hughes stops by Good Deeds

    in Motivation

    LaTracey Copeland Hughes, also known as the Purposeful DIVA, has  been that spur in the sides of countless audience members and readers of her dynamic recently released book. DIVA stands for Divinely Inspire Visionary Achiever. Her book, “Raising A Proverb 31 Woman: Self-Esteem, Self-Worth, and Self-Discovery of a Young Woman” debuted in March 2014. Through her works, she encourages and motivates others to excel, kick off shackles and live abundantly by overcoming adversity and Be it poverty or a catalog of layered challenges, she knows what it's like to persevere and overcome through resilience. She has risen from the ashes of what seemed to be defeat and destruction and emerged victorious and triumphant. Described as a gem in this season who has demonstrated that she's not easily broken, she has experienced success as CEO of the non-profit organization, Capstone Experience, Inc. She teaches others to do the same by thinking outside of the box, and using experiences as stepping stones to destiny and purpose. “I want to leave my mark as a professional, virtuous example; in my home as a wife and mother, and as a business consultant, speaker and author/publisher,” she states. Copeland Hughes is not only modeling the examples she holds dear, but also teaching the virtuous lessons through the Proverbs 31 Woman Project. Her daily life serves to inspire others and her engaging presentations help people to envision greater outcomes. As a speaker, she provides her audiences with the essential elements that fuel her own vision of entrepreneurship, leadership, purpose-motivation, innovation and bravery. She highlights the distractions that are keeping those from moving in their God-given Purpose. She specializes in meeting women right where they are and supporting them not to stay Stuck.

  • 02:07

    BAMS talks football, baseball while dealing with blizzard

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    In an effort to stay warm, BAMS will welcome Clay Chalkville football coach Jerry Hood to the program at 7:30 to talk about his team, and we will also welcome Tom Canterbury, play-by-play man for the Tide's softball team, at 8:30 to give us an update on how that season is progressing. Inbetween, we will have plenty of time for our beloved callers, and a chance for all three hosts to expound upon other happenings at the Capstone over the past week. The action starts at 7 with Cary Clark, Drew DeArmond and Thomas Watts. Be there or be Auburn.

  • 02:12

    BAMS talks B'ball, Senior Bowl, and Hockey

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    Time for another episode of BAMS! Football is never not happening, so we'll be talking a bit of Senior Bowl, as well as recruits and the latest on Lane Kiffin. BAMS also has some basketball to discuss, particularly the Alabama/Arkansas game that will be ending as BAMS begins. We will also be welcoming the Frozen Tide's coach Mike Quinneville to the broadcast to tell us about the Tide's recent win over the Auburn Tigers on the ice. Finally, we will be joined by Glenn Davis, head coach of Alabama signee Jonathan Taylor to give us a preview of what Tide fans can expect from the young man on the grid iron. The action kicks off at 8:00 with Cary Clark, Drew DeArmond and Thomas Watts. Be there or be Auburn.

  • 02:03

    BAMS wraps up National Signing Day

    in Sports

    Special day for Tide fans, special night for BAMSradio. The National Letters of Intent are in, and the Tide had a pretty sizable haul. Your hosts will claim another mythical recruiting national title to go with all the rest of them. We will be joined by Ryan Parris, walk-on longsnapper from the 2015 class to talk about what he expects when he gets to the Capstone. The action starts at 10 with Cary Clark, Drew DeArmond and Thomas Watts. Be there or be Aubur

  • 01:02

    Fully Persuaded About Igniting The Fire Within w/ LaTracey C. Hughes

    in Motivation

     It's hard to sit on your talents, retreat from your destiny or settle for a less than optimized life when there's a spur in your side goading you to excellence. Memphis born LaTracey Copeland Hughes, also known as the Purposeful DIVA, has been that spur in the sides of countless audience members and readers of her dynamic recently released book. DIVA stands for Divinely Inspire Visionary Achiever, which describes this wife and mother of four. Her book, “Raising A Proverb 31 Woman: Self-Esteem, Self-Worth, and Self-Discovery of a Young Woman” debuted in March 2014. Through her works, she encourages and motivates others to excel, kick off shackles and live abundantly by overcoming adversity and casting off a faltered start.


    Be it poverty or a catalog of layered challenges, she knows what it's like to persevere and overcome through resilience. When she teaches and writes about the Proverbs 31 virtuous woman; she is drawing from the wellspring of her own life.


    She has risen from the ashes of what seemed to be defeat and destruction and emerged victorious and triumphant. Described as a gem in this season who has demonstrated that she's not easily broken, she has experienced success as CEO of the non-profit organization, Capstone Experience, Inc.


    As an author, publisher and speaker who rose from very humble beginnings, Copeland Hughes imparts a powerful message to woman’s groups, non-profit organizations and schools. Her signature style is appropriate, real, raw, and unedited; while at the same time provoking thought and rich with clear points of value. She meets the needs and answers the heart-cry of her audiences.


    For more information, or to book her for your ministry or woman’s group, visit her website at www.RaisingAProverb31Woman.com.


     


     


     

  • 02:03

    BAMS moves to a new day, brings same Crimson Tide talk

    in Sports

    BAMS had to move thanks to some schedule conflicts, but we'll still be bringing the same Crimson Tide coverage that has been our hallmark for years. It has been a busy week at the Capstone with three players declaring for the NFL draft, as well as several others opting to return. On top of that, there will be at least two new faces on the Alabama coaching staff following the departure of Kevin Steele and Lance Thompson. We will be joined by AlabamaINTEL's William "redfish" Barger at 7:30 and Tider Insider's Rodney Orr at 8:30 to discuss everything happening on the gridiron for the Tide. We'll also be talking a little bit of basketball as that season is in full swing. The action begins at 7:00 this evening with Cary Clark, Drew DeArmond and Thomas Watts. Be there or be Auburn.  

  • 02:01

    Summer camp at the Capstone brings commitments

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    Summer is in full swing up in Tuscaloosa. The football team is speeding toward a series of camps that should shed even more light on recruiting. 2014 signees have either reported or will be reporting in the very near future. Cary, Drew DeArmond, and Thomas will cover all of that as well as bringing Leo Lewis and Keaton Anderson on for a live interview following their recent pledges to the Crimson Tide. The fun starts at 8

  • 03:01

    Summertime Sports At the Capstone

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    Spring football is over and done with. BAMS will take another look at it just to make sure we've gotten all the meat off of that bone. On top of that, spring sports are heading into their playoffs. The crew of Bird, Cary Clark, Rock Watts, and Drew DeArmond will be taking a look at softball, baseball, and break down a bit of offseason basketball while we're at it. Speaking of basketball, Devin Mitchell (Bama commit) joins the show to talk about the team coming together. The coup de grace will be a discussion on the upcoming NFL Draft, and what Bama fans can expect from their players moving on to the next level.

  • 00:52

    Nature Deficiency of Our Children – How can we support outdoor connections?

    in Education

    Susan Schafer, the education & volunteer coordinator for the City of Fort Collins Natural Areas will share some statistics on why children are at a crossroads right now between technology and experiences in nature.  Learn why Susan is passionate about supporting children in nature based environments through many city based programs for parents and families.  6th Year Buell Fellows, Brett Dabb and Matthew Hebard, focused on the critical issue of connecting children with nature for their BECLP Capstone Project last year.  Matthew Hebard, the Early Childhood System Manager at the Office of Early Childhood, will share his experiences with the Schlitz Audubon Society in Wisconsin and the Boulder Journey School in Colorado.  Both Brett and Matt received partial funding from the Buell Leaders Network to continue their action research in July by attending the Forest Kindergarten teacher training at the Cedarsong Nature School in Washington.  Thanks to the U.S. Forest Service and the Arbor Day Foundation, Brett and his team at Warren Village have been able to create beautiful nature based outdoor classrooms for all of their children.  Please join these guests to hear more about the impact of nature deficiencies on children and how nature based learning is truly child directed and beneficial to all.  The show is hosted by Linda Carlson, 5th year Buell Fellow and current steward for the Buell Early Childhood Leadership Network in addition to her job as a Quality Support Coach with the Larimer County Early Childhood Council.

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