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Michigan Wolverines legend Desmond Howard is a Heisman Trophy winner, a member of the College Football Hall of Fame and a Super Bowl MVP. He's in his ninth season on ESPN's College GameDay and will be in Evanston this Saturday as Northwestern plays host to the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Howard talks about Northwestern's two-quarterback offense, if they can continue to get better as a program and how the Buckeyes stack up against the nation's elite. In addition, we discussed Michigan HC Brady Hoke, as well as the struggles of QB Devin Gardner.
We also go three & out with Howard: learn what music he used to listen to as he prepared to take the field as a Wolverine, the toughest road stadiums in the Big Ten and which Heisman Trophy winner Howard was most excited to meet.
Interview is from Thursday night's Week 6 preview show.
Host by Daniel Mogollon; Length: 16 Minutes
Tonight on the program, we chat with ESPN College Football Analyst, Desmond Howard. Desmond will join the show to recap the 2014-2015 Boise State season and what he thought of Season 1 for Coach Bryan Harsin. We will also get his thoughts on tomorrow’s National Championship game between #Oregon/#OhioState. #NFLPlayoffs recap from this weekend’s four games and what are my thoughts on the catch that was called back for Dallas? Tune in and find out. Top headlines and more as we are LIVE!
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To mark the global availability of Apple Music on Sonos, today Sonos released the findings of a global study that shows the transformative power of listening to music out loud at home. The “Music Makes it Home” Study found that listening to music out loud is linked to stronger relationships, more intimacy, happier families.
A new study released today shows that listening to music out loud is linked to stronger relationships, more intimacy, happier families and more quality time together. Joining us today to tell us more about the study and an exciting announcement from Sonos is Joy Howard the Chief Marketing Officer for Sonos. Thanks for joining us.
1. Before we get into the results – which are quite remarkable – can you talk a little bit about why Sonos conducted the study in the first place?
2. For background, how many people were involved in the study and how was it conducted?
3. The study found a relationship between listening to music out loud and intimacy. Can you tell us more about this?
4. The study also found that families who listen to music out loud are happier and spend more time together. Can you share these results?
5. Sonos and Apple Music announced some exciting news today. What can you share about this announcement?
6. Where can people go to find out more about Apple Music on Sonos and the Music Makes It Home Study?
Joy Howard, chief marketing officer at Sonos, can share more about the results of the Music Makes it Home Study, including the transformative power of listening to music.
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Howard Jay Smith is an award-winning writer. His newest and third book is entitled, “Beethoven In Love; Opus 139.” He taught for many years in the UCLA Extension Writer’s Program and has lectured nationally. His articles and photographs have appeared in the Washington Post, Horizon, The Journal of the Writer’s Guild of America, and numerous trade publications.
While an executive at ABC Television, Embassy TV and Academy Home Entertainment, Howard worked on numerous film, television, radio and commercial projects. He serves on the board of directors of the Santa Barbara Symphony and is a member of the American Beethoven Society. Visit www.beethoveninloveopus139.com.
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My father, Sherman J. Howard, joins us tonight with a Super Bowl 50 Post game analysis. Mr. Howard is the oldest living NFL African American Alumnus. He played 3 years of college and 5 years of professional footbal for the New York Giants and Cleveland Browns in the late 40's and early 50's. At 91 years young he is enjoying life free of any signs of Dementia, Alzheimers or CTE. He'll be giving us his perspective on the game and why the winner made the least mistakes or had the most breaks.
His new book is available at www.shermanjhoward.com and at Amazon and Barnes and Noble web sites. A PDF is also available at your host's website: www.yourholisticlifecoach.com.