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Join us in the BYGP Locker Room, as we talk to the university of Southeastern Oklahoma, D-Coordinator, Charlie Burks. This is a fabulous opportunity for any athlete or parent, with questions about college scholarships, to tune in.
Southeastern Oklahoma, is a division II program, that has a history of having great players, who are also great people off-the-field. Coach Burks, has coached at schools like West Texas A&M and East Central, and has a passion for feeding into young student-athletes. Come on in the BYGP Locker Room, to find out what it takes to catch the eye of a college recruiter, and receive an opportunity to play at the division II level.
The first quarter of the NFL season is over, and some surprising teams are making a name for the 2014 season. Can some of the early starters continue the momentum? Tonight the Hashtag Crew will preview the game between the Buffalo Bills and the Detroit Lions and have dubbed it Revenge Time, for Defensive Coordinator Jim Schwartz. Can Kyle Orton be more effective than EJ Manuel? Will this game be a defensive battle or a blowout?
Also, the Crew will preview Week 5 of the NFL and see how they are fairing thus far in the season.
At 10pm, Professor of Statistics and Fantasy Football Guru, Aaron Walker ( @sports_walk www.sportswalk2014.com ) will be in studio giving you his Start'em Bench'em segment for Week 5.
Tune in tonight at 9 for all the chaos and mayhem.
Friday Night Lights with Coach Smith the Defensive Coordinator from The University of Faith Fl. The "Coach Smith Show"! This weekends match up with the Warner University. Call in to the Dog Pound live! Glory Eagles! Phil 4:13 www.universityoffaithfl.org BlueChipperUniversity
If you've got children who are driving age or almost ready to learn how to drive, you'll want to tune-in to this episode of Successipes. Host Lori Wilk will interview the driving school experts about the biggest challenges facing our young people as they prepare for not only their driving tests but as they prepare to be out on our roadways and highways. Most parents worry each and every time they know theire child is getting behind the wheel of a car. As parents we fear not only what our child will do but what they will experience inteacting with friends who join them in the vehicles. We have concerns about what our children will experience as drivers when faced with split second decisions that could change their lives forever or take their lives if not handled appropriately.Call-in and ask your questions and join the conversation at 347.237.5638
Tonight on Sports Talk with Bryan Nolen, we chat with Nevada Wolf Pack Beat Writer, Chris Murray. Chris will join the program to chat about the Nevada vs. Boise State game on Saturday night and get his thoughts on the senior QB (Cody Fajardo), the defensive success this season and keys to the game. We will also be joined by Steven Meador as he will co-host and keep us updated on the #Giants/#Pirates game in Pittsburgh. Top headlines and more as we are LIVE!
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Nancy has over 30 year’s experience as an event planner, marketing director, volunteer coordinator, and small business owner. Her story with cancer began in August 2007, when her oldest son, Michael was diagnosed with Stage I Testicular Cancer. As a mother, she spent her life wanting the best for her children and dreaming that they would be whatever they wanted to be when they grew up. Of course there are the expected bumps and bruises along the way, but never did she imagine what it would be like to fight for her son’s life. In August 2007, Michael felt a lump and at first ignored it. Eventually he agreed to an ultrasound and as he walked out into the waiting room following the procedure it was as if time stood still. Michael’s words “I have cancer and we are not going to cry about it” were words she would never forget. The following two months included two major surgeries and a good prognosis for his future.
On tonight's show we review the results of Week 5 in CAA Football and announce our top performers from each CAA team. We'll also make our picks for CAA Offensive, Defensive, and Special Teams Player of the Week. Aaron and Brian gaze into the crystal ball to make predictions for Week 6 and break down our CAA Football Game of the Week, the New Hampshire Wildcats at the Elon Phoenix. Special guest Coach Rich Skrosky, will join us to talk about the Phoenix and Elon's first ever CAA conference game. Guests can call in at (347) 989-8515 to talk about CAA football and any other CAA sports that pique your interest.
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.
Join AJ Jacobs on today's show to find out about the Global Family Reunion, which will be held on 6 June 2015 at the New York Hall of Science, on the grounds of the World’s Fair in Queens. Journalist, lecturer, human guinea pig and author of four New York Times bestsellers, AJ is also host of the biggest, most inclusive and most fascinating family reunion in history. He will tell us what's in store for all attendees -- including talks by celebrities, scientists and comedians.
Also with AJ today will be his chief genealogist and cousin coordinator, Eowyn Langholf, talking about the genealogy behind the event.
The Global Family Reunion will be featured in a documentary by Morgan Spurlock (Supersize Me).
To volunteer for researching, contact Eowyn at email@example.com.
Gene Clemons & Emory Hunt have an action-packed show lined up for you guys tonight on the College Football Now Podcast! Here's what's on tap for this episode
Offensive, Defensive, Special Teams & Coach of the Week Awards
Team of the Week as well as Goat of the Week
Week 6 CFB Wraparound
FBS - Ole Miss vs Alabama; Baylor vs Texas
FCS - South Dakota State vs Illinois State; Alabama State vs Alcorn State
D2 - Pittsburg State vs Missouri Western; West Alabama vs West Georgia
D3 - Lycoming vs Stevenson; Wooster vs Wabash
NAIA - Faulkner vs Georgetown (KY); Evangel vs Benedictine
JUCO - Nassau Community College vs Georgia Military College
Topic of the Day
'The Thinning of the SEC'
And as Always, we'll take calls and answer questions from YOU the fans throughout the show!
Tweet us during the show: @geneclemons @FBallgameplan
Theodore or "Teddy" as he is affectionately called by his close family and friends, was born in Chicago, IL and moved to Indianapolis, IN with his mother and family when he was five years old. He attended the Crispus Attucks High School in Indianapolis, which was the only African American high school in the area at that time, and graduated in 1966. Teddy served as VP of their Senior Class, and he also played baseball, football, and basketball. He was one of their lettermen, and is currently a member of their Lettermen Alumni group.
Teddy graduated and received a football grant to Anderson University in Anderson, Indiana where he later received a Hall of Fame Honor for his many records in the NAIA for small colleges, and a few of these records remain unbroken. He graduated with a Bachelor’s in PE and Health and was immediately hired by Anderson High School as their first African American school administrator starting as Assistant Dean of Boys, promoted to Dean of Boys, and later Assistant Principal. He was instrumental in assisting the black students in forming their first African American organization during that time.
Teddy went on to complete his MEd degree from Ball State University in School Administration. He and his wife moved to Houston, TX in the 1980s where he went back into the classroom as an instructor and coached football for over 25 years. He was later promoted to the MYP Coordinator at Lamar High School before retiring from the Houston Ind. School District in 2009 after 30+ years. Teddy applied to and was hired as the regional manager of the IB (International Baccalaureate) Americas in its MYP (Middle Years Programme) in Bethesda, Maryland in 2009.
In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will talk about the game between the Green Bay Packers and the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field. Which of the two "shaky" defensive units will play better? Which of the offensive units will put more points on the scoreboard? This is a key early season matchup in the NFC NORTH division. Fasten your seat belts and put your foot on the gas, we are recappign the Bears / Packers.
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