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Join us this week as the GCL Crew sits down to discuss both sides of the Grambling State Football Team boycott. What's the future of the program's sports teams? Will other HBCU's experience similar declines due to the arms race that is now college football? Were the student-athletes right to stage a boycott or should they have used other means to get their message across.
Tune in at 7pm EST on Wednesday as the co-hosts discuss this, the NCAA's sanctions for the University of Miami, Manning vs Luck Part I, the 2013-14 NBA General Manager survey, and much more.
Come join me as we continue our preseason previews. This week we're going to cover the Grambling Tigers. To most people, when you say the name Grambling, you're speaking of one of the top HBCU programs in history. The Tigers have more NFL hall of famers than some FBS teams. And a great winning tradition. The last two years they hit rock bottom. Saddled with youth the Tigers have hit an all time low including a forfeit of a game. With a new coach and a renewed motivation the Tigers seek to reclaim thier crown. Can they do it? We'll take a look. Lots of facts with my own humble opinions sprinkled in.
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This former walkon is the epitome of the term "sleeper" in the 2012 draft class. Mario Louis entered Grambling as a basic student who played intramural football but was encouraged by all of his friends to try out for the football team.
He became a member of the team in 2009 and in a couple of seasons, Louis also became the team's most explosive playmaker. In 2011 Mario caught 51 passes for 1,129 yards and 18 touchdowns and drew high praise from his coaches.
Grambling Head Coach Doug Williams has a very high opinion of his playmaking receiver; “I was scouting for the Jacksonville Jaguars, and I was in Montgomery, Ala., at the Blue-Gray Game,” Williams said. “There was a guy named Terrell Owens there and he was the sixth man on his Chattanooga basketball team. Mario is the closest thing to Terrell, from what we’ve done and what he’s capable of doing.”
Joe Everett sits down with the Grambling State Tiger to discuss his college career and pro prospects.
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No individual our single organization can do it alone. Let us come together to reestablish the principle of “Each One Teach One.” We need all hands on deck
William Johnson, Chairman of the American Freedom Party and his Co-Host Mike Stathis discuss current events and startegies required to move the narrative toward advancing our agenda and establishing our own Ethno State.
Self Determination must be enshrined as a fundemental Right for Our People if we are to survive.
There's three of us here today. We're talking all kinds of pop culture and world news
- Scotland decided it wants to remain part of the UK - what this means for us...if anything
- Ethan is turning 53, we celebrate by talking about his worst movies
- Roger Goodell spoke today, we discuss
- And Iphone6 was released today. much news there?
Why New American State?
Our country is going through transformations not seen since the Industrial Revolution. America is transforming because it HAS TO. The current state of our nation, politically and economically, is unsustainable. Change is the only certainty. I am a part of that change. If you live in the United States, consciously or unconsciously, YOU are a part of that change too. As we go through these changes together, we will be the ones redefining the state of America, the new American state. These are extraordinary times.
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In a world overly pleased with itself, we have forgotten exactly what our true natural state is. Instead of blaming ourselves for the condition of the planet, with its wars, its anger, its ever continuing descent into madness, we tend to blame our religions as the cause.
Unfortunately for the humanist, I make a bold proclamation -- man can do good things but his heart is ever turned to wickedness.
The state of man is not one rising from the ashes to become greater, bigger, and better thus thrusting away the need for God. In fact, it's the exact opposite. As we strive for higher planes through whatever means we can -- getting rid of religion, defining man as a material being without a soul, or making us the sum of chemical process and machines to be simply dialed up to the 'good' button -- we began to sink lower. For all the good we do, we at the same time see more wickedness being performed.
This propensity for evil exists in all of us -- believers or not. For the non-believer, it is a problem because good people can sometimes do bad things. For the believers, it is a daily struggle we are constantly aware of. As the apostle Paul said in Romans 7:24 "O wretched man that I am! who shall deliver me from the body of this death?"
This week's episode we will discuss the Fallen State of Man with our guest contributor author Monica Phillips. You can call in at 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or, you can download the WLUV radio mobile app today. Any way you can, join us.
After his performance at the 2014 Race Across the West Marko Baloh of Slovenia is a heavy favorite at the Silver State 508. However, previous guests David Haase and Adam Bickett look to give him some strong competition. We visit with Marko this evening to discuss his views of the upcoming race, strengths, weaknesses and, hopefully, a bit of race insight for one of the best in the sport. Just a few of Marko's achievements:
Results from 2012
2. place DOS/RAS EXTREME Race around Slovenia, time 1 day 18h 33min,
World Record for 100 milj Time Trial (160,9km) 3h 48min 41sec, average speed42,2km/h,
1. place Race across Oregon (RAO), july 2012, time 29h 26min (route record bettered for 4 hours),
1. place No Country for Old Men (Texas) 384 miles in time 19h 14 min,
1. place World Championships 24h Time Trial, Coachella Valley, CA with 495,7 miles in 24 hours.
Results from 2011
1. place Texas Hill Country 600KM, march 2011, time 19h 14 min;
1. place DOS/RAS EXTREME Race around Slovenia, may 2011, 1138km in 1d 16h 21min;
3. place RAAM 2011 (solo), junij 2011, time 9d 2h 59min;
4. place RAP-Race across Pohorje, 9.julij 2011, 350km in 13h 50min,
4. place Tortour, august 2011, 1000km in time 37h 04min.
Results from 2010
World records on indoor track (8.-9. oktober 2010):
200 miles - 8h 01min 25,92sec (average speed 40,11km/h);
12 hours - 475,263km (average speed 39,60km/h);
24 hours (the most km done in 24h absolutly in ultra-cycling history!) - 903,765km (average speed 37,66km/h);
1.000km - 27h 31min 09sec (average speed 36,34km/h);
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