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We kick-off Season 2 of the Fill The Steins Podcast with a very special guest, head coach for the University of Maine Football team, Jack Cosgrove. Coming off a record breaking and championship winning seasons, the guys ask coach what needs to happen in 2014 to continue the program's success story. We take a look at some of the key match-ups this season and find out which players need to make an impact to help fill the voids from last year's seniors.
UMaine graduate and current democratic candidate for the 2nd District Congressional seat in the Great State of Maine, Emily Cain, joins the podcast to talk about her time in Orono and how she got into politics in the first place. An alumni, current honors college staff member, and student pursuing her PhD, we will test Ms. Cain's knowledge with a game called, "So you think you know UMaine." In the second half of the show the guys talk about fellow alumni Timothy Simons trip to the Emmy's this past week, we preview the UMaine vs Norfolk State football game, and much more.
We are excited to be joined by former Rhode Island College and new University of Maine men's basketball head coach, Bob Walsh, to talk about moving from a D3 to a D1 school and his plans for the program going forward. The baseball wrapped up the regular season this past weekend in Orono, we will have a full preview of their first round America East playoff series. All this and so much more as we come to you at a special time this week!
We are joined by the assistant sports editor for the Bangor Daily News and the 2013 Maine Sportswriter of the Year, Peter Warner, to discuss the latest information on the men's basketball head coach search. With the spring sports teams wrapping up their seasons Brian will have a full recap of the America East tournaments as the teams look to bring home some hardware this season.
We are all about FILLanthropy over here at Fill The Steins, which is why we are proud to be sponsoring Erin's Run on May 3rd. We will be talking with Ben Sprague who is the Mayor of Bangor and the organizer of Erin's Run. The guys will also bring you up to speed on the latest developments in the search for UMaine's next men's head basketball coach. All this and more for your Sunday Evening!
We wrap up the first season of the FTS Podcast with UMaine Softball Head Coach, Lynn Coutts, recapping the team's play this year and taking a look forward to next year. Now that Bob Walsh has been officially introduced as the next Men's Basketball Head Coach the guys discuss what's next for the program this summer. Lastly the guys review their favorite memories from graduation several years ago, when it used to be held outside. All this and more as we wrap up the semester!
Our Maine Politics series continues when we are joined by current US Representative and candidate for governor in Maine, Mike Michaud, to discuss what it was like growing up in a mill town and how he plans to reform education if elected.
Now that the men's basketball head coaching position is vacant at Orono, the guys discuss who might take over the job and if they have any chance of turning the Black Bear program around.
All this and much more so please make sure to join us! #FillTheSteins
We are excited to be joined by UMaine Women's Basketball Head Coach, Richard Barron, to talk about the Lady Black Bears' season, recruiting, and goals for next season. Mac spend the weekend in New Orleans and will have a report on the best places to Fill The Steins in The Big Easy. We will also recap the weekend's results in Baseball, Softball, and Track & Field.
New England's most preeminent craft beer reporter and founder of the website, TheBeerBabe.com, the lovely Ms. Carla Companion joins us to discuss the Maine beer scene and her current favorite ways to Fill The Steins. We will also take a look at this week in sports for the Black Bears and much, much more.
Adam and Brian recap the weekend that was for the Black Bears hockey team as well as the men's and women's basketball teams. James Morin, President of the Black Bears of Portland, joins us to talk about the UMaine Alumni Associations spring road trip stop in the Old Port on Friday February 28th. All this and much, much more on Maine's first growing podcast, FILL THE STEINS!
GODISHEUS is a powerhouse Funk Rock band wildly popular in the D.C. indie music scene. Formed by veteran D.C. hip-hop icon Head-Roc and an all-star lineup of some of the heaviest hitters on the go-go scene— Dwayne ‘Super Bad III’ Lee on guitar (Fayces U Know, Heaven Sent, MVP, Familiar Faces, 3LG), Byron “BJ” Jackson (Rare Essence, MeShell Ndegeocello), and Kenny “Kwick” Gross on drums (Chuck Brown, Lissen Band, Marcus Johnson Project), GODISHEUS is hard at work to define a new live sound rooted in the Funk and Rock.
Head-Roc, who has taken on the stage name Om V for this project, is no stranger to working with a live band. During the mid ’90s, he and Super Bad III (lead guitar) were part of Three Levels of Genius (3LG), a live hip-hop band that proved influential in the region. Om V is quick to point out that GODISHEUS is not
a typical hip-hop band, but rather “the 21st century return of substantive Funk music for the people.”
As we all know, Funk beget Go-Go and Hip-Hop in ways dear to the District. Don’t get it twisted: GODISHEUS is no cover band doing their best Parliament rendition; they are a rare and raw D.C. Funk Rock sound with a message of empowerment for the people delivered by one of D.C.’s MC champions. Over tight arrangements that are equal parts funk, rock and soul, Om V brings the lyrical heat, speaking truth to power with every line, something that has earned him the respect of hip-hop heads, punk rockers, indie rockers, and progressive audiences all over. Powered by Kwick’s impeccable drumming, Super Bad III’s six-string magic, and the low end work of BJ on bass, the GODISHEUS International Funk Train is set to dazzle audiences worldwide!
UMaine alum and news anchor for WNEW in Washington D.C., Jim MacKay, joins the guys to talk politics, sports, and his memories of Orono. Are Ted Woodward's days numbered as Men's Basketball coach at Orono, the guys discuss what's wrong with the Black Bears. Plus a look at Maine's first round Hockey East tournament match-up against Merrimack.
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