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Georgia State football just welcomed 17 new players at the mid-year point of the school year including several from the junior college, three 2014 signees that delayed their enrollment and six players from UAB. Ben Moore of PantherTalk.com caught up with GSU Defensive Coordinator Jesse Minter to talk about the new guys, the process of recruiting UAB players and the defense headed into Year 3 of FBS play.
In this episode of The Terrible Towel, presented by http://theredlightsportsnetwork.com; sponsored by The Million Dollar Ramble http://theredlightsportsnetwork.com/million-dollar-ramble-raising-domestic-abuse-awareness/ . Rudy Reyes and Troy Otradovec will discuss the Pittsburgh Steelers off-season moves. The biggest news coming from the Steel City, Dick LeBeau steps down, as defensive coordinator.
LeBeau is a member of the NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame, and has been involved as a player and coach, for 56 years, in the NFL. The last 11 seasons were spent, as the defensive coordintor, in Pittsburgh. The Steelers defense ranked 18th, in the NFL, after the 2014 season. Keith Butler has paid his dues, in Pittsburgh. He has been a top commodity, in coaching circles. He was groomed to become the next defensive coordinator. The time was now, because his contract had expired, and the Steelers did not want to risk losing him.
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On todays episode of The Shakedown Sports Talk Show the shakedown crew will talk to New York Giants rookie defensive tackle Jay Bromley who was drafted in the third round of the 2014 draft about his first year has an NFL player, what expectations he had for this past season and what expectations he has going forward. Plus how he feels about the New York Giants hiring Steve Spagnuolo as the next defensive coordinator.
Now that the NBA regular season has ended, it is time to give out the FSP NBA regular season awards. Join @jaihov @lock_tha_great and the producer of the show @howeezy26 as they give out MVP, Comeback player of the year, Defensive player of the year, Rookie of the year and many more also they break-down the 1st round of the NBA playoffs and discuss the hottest sport topics of the week. #fsp #fullsportpress #podcast #sportstalk #entertainment #nba #nbaplayoffs #nbaawards
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In honor of 4/20, Joe and Steve dedicate this episode to Marijuana with a special informational episode with Cara Crabb-Burnahm, School Administartor of NIC- The Northeastern Institue of Cannabis instsitueofcannabis.com the first ever Cannabis dedicated educational institute in the Northeast. Cara will discuss the History of Cannabis, its Medical uses, legalization and why we all should get educated about this exteremely healing plant. This is a great episode for those who want to learn more about Cannabis and its power.
Cara Crabb-Burnham is former President of the Massachusetts Cannabis Reform Coalition and has been a director for the past 4 years. As a director she has been the speaker coordinator and volunteer coordinator for the Boston Freedom Rally, organized several events and raised thousands of dollars to put toward cannabis policy reform in Massachusetts.
She began her career in cannabis through Students for Sensible Drug Policy at Emerson College, assisting in the founding of that chapter. She worked with chapters throughout Boston and New England to help promote student issues with drug use. Cara helped found the NORML Women’s Alliance with representative from three New England states. She was the first in the New England drug policy community to work alongside the gay rights movement; she walked with SSDP in the Boston Pride Parade for two years before the NWANE group donated space to have a table at the Boston Pride Festival at Government Center. She has been recognized by both High Times and SKUNK Magazines.
Ariane McCree, LB, 6-foot-2, 240 pounds —
McCree should be a strong candidate for defensive player of the year in the conference. He's a great all-around player. He leads the SWAC in sacks (6.0) and tackles for loss (11.5). He also has 32 solo and 59 total tackles.
Welcome to National Scouting Report's Blogtalk Radio Show. This show will feature college soccer recruiting. NSR has been helping high school athletes obtain athletic and academic scholarships for over 35 years. College coaches from all over the United States depend on NSR for accurate and dependable scouting reports on qualified student athletes.
Gil Barkey is the Soccer Scouting Director for the western United States. Gil has a wealth of playing and coaching experience since his early days growing up in Argentina. His passion for helping players successfully transition from high school to college soccer is a direct response to his own college playing experience and all that soccer has provided his life. Gil continues to coach, consult, and mentor competitive club soccer players in his home state of Colorado. Gil loves the personal approach of NSR through daily interactions with college soccer coaches and college bound soccer prospects. Soccer runs through Gil's veins and carried across to his own two soccer playing daughters and the greatest soccer mom and wife of twenty years, Becky
Daniel Gurtov has been coaching in South Florida for the past fifteen years. He has won multiple county championships in both soccer and flag football. He also serves as a commissioner with the City of Plantation for flag football. As an educator and coach he has mentored NFL player James White and several current NCAA D1 players in both football and women's soccer. Daniel currently is a club soccer coach for Sunrise SC out of Sunrise, Florida, which is the top womens program in South Florida. He also serves as their National Recruiting Coordinator and assists all their current players in the recruiting process. Daniel has been working with prospects for the past 3 years with NSR. Daniel has been a teacher for fifteen years and is married with 3 children. #NSRsoccer
Masonic Ed was gracious enough to join us in the studio to talk about things masonic. Who could resist speaking about privacy and secrecy; if our production of antiquarians is meeting the need? Ed is an attentive fellow so of course he notices the culture of Canada is more cosmopolitan that it was when he was a boy. At times, when he is feeling tired, he feels on one hand, he is being displaced and on the other hand proud that Canada is coming of age.
It was obvious for us to speak about strengthening our membership by drawing on first and second generation Canadians from the pool who are here quietly appreciative of the opportunities this huge, friendly country has to offer. He worries out loud that the Order will need to tackle the legitimacy of dissenting opinions that brings us to talk about accountability vs blame. I questioned Masonic Ed on whether he thinks the Craft in Ontario has become defensive or reactionary? His answers may surprise you. What he said about the cultural transition of ideas and ethics plaguing masonry may not be what you expect.
Prepare for a lively discussion as Masonic Home Companion welcomes the very private, very interesting gentleman- Masonic Ed.
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Tonight's special guest is KiloMarie Granda from St. Cloud, Minnesota, a child abuse and rape survivor who's now a Violence Prevention and Response Coordinator and a Wellness Center Coordinator at University of Minnesota. She's also the founder of Unspoken Voices, where the motto is "One voice changes everything." KiloMarie has worked with both offenders and victim/survivors and has seen the damage caused in lives of many due to interpersonal violence. As a result of this and her own experience as a survivor of childhood abuse and rape, she realized that far too many individuals' voices, including her own, often remain unspoken. KiloMarie believes that if the work that Unspoken Voices does affects even one life in a positive manner, than it gives meaning to her experiences. "For far too long, victim/survivors, bystanders, and our society has remained silent on the issues of personal power-based violence. The silence must be shattered," she says. "We must be willing to raise our own voices and declare that violence is not okay, not tolerable, and should never be encouraged." To this end, KiloMarie and Unspoken Voices offer a variety of awareness, educational, and training events, regionally and nationally. She invites folks to "please feel free to reach out to this organization or another on behalf of yourself, your friend, your neighbor, or the person that you pass on the street. Violence is occuring at epidemic proportions, and only when we use our voices against it, do we have a real opportunity to create a positive and lasting cultural change."
On today's special edition of the Total Sports Live podcast, Jovan Alford and Erskine Hinds will be joined by 2015 NFL Draft prospect noseguard/defensive tackle Richard Torres Jr. from Brevard College. On the show, they will be discussing with Richard his career at Brevard and how the NFL Draft process is going for him thus far.
You can follow everybody on Twitter: Jovan Alford (@Jovan10), Erskine Hinds (@ErskineTheGreat), and Richard Torres Jr. (@Rich_The_Ruler)
Guests: Deborah (Debbie) Dalin Guyer, MA Executive Director of the Greater St. Louis American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA), and Kelly and Pete Gaylord, co-facilitators of an active Parkinson’s disease support group located in Punta Gorda, Florida.
Ms. Guyer has been the Coordinator for the Information & Referral Center of the APDA at Washington University School of Medicine, one of eight APDA Centers for Advanced Parkinson Research, and served previously on the Board of Directors for 10 years, chairing the patient services committee.Her educational background includes a Masters degree in Speech Pathology, and she has been involved in running support groups and advocating for individuals with communication, voice, and swallowing deficits.
Pete Gaylord was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 2001 at the age of 46, and he made a key decision to meet the disease head on, doing whatever he could to slow the progression. Pete lives by example, teaching weekly exercise and balance classess to persons with PD.
Pete and his artist wife,Kelly are actively involved in the community, and two years ago began a PD support group that is growing strong.
Please join me and my guests as we discuss the ins and outs of starting and maintaining a PD support group.
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