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  • 00:32

    Conference championships could determine selection of College Football Playoffs

    in Sports

    There were no changes in the top five of the college football playoff ranking poll. This means that the Big Ten Championship game could determine which team will represent the Big Ten, in the College Football Playoff. Iowa stayed in the fourth posiition and will play number five Michigan State, in the Big Ten championship game. Ohio State looms at number six, but would need an enormous amount of help to defend its title. 

    Clemson remains the number one ranked team and will take on North Carolina, in the ACC championship game. Clemson has been the number one ranked team every week in the college football playoff ranking. North Carolina has won 11 straight games and will try to execute the biggest upset of the football season. 

    Alabama, ranked second, will battle with the Florida Gators, in the SEC championship game. The lone blemish, for Alabama, was a 43-37 loss to Ole Miss. Florida was destroyed by Florida State last week, 27-2, dashing any hopes of making the playoff. 

    Oklahoma occupies the thrid position and is idle during conference championship week. The Big 12 does not have a conference championship. By not playing, this could secure a spot in the playoff. Should Michigan State win, that could propel them to fourth but probably not over Oklahoma. Ohio State is ranked sixth, but is also idle. The worst case scenario is an Iowa win which could possibly move Oklahoma to fourth, should Clemson and Alabama win. The best case would be losses by both Clemson and Alabama. This could propel Oklahoma to a number one spot without playing. 

    With four conferences occuping positions in the top four, the NCAA could not have asked for a better end to the season. Should the favorites win, the playoff will have representation from the SEC, ACC, Big 12, and Big Ten. This could cause a debate on how teams are selected for the Championship

  • 01:18

    The Rush - UTEP and Conference USA Sports Talk Presented by SB Nation

    in Sports

    The Rush is a podcast brought to you by SB Nation and MinerRush.com, with Alex Nicolas and Anthony Salom talking all things UTEP and Conference USA sports.

    So much to talk about from a busy past weekend, but we will touch on the end of the football season, and the upcoming coaching changes that are taking place.   How will it effect recruiting, and will we see significant scheme changes?

    UTEP men's basketball had a huge weekend, and caught the nation's attention.  NMSU looms on Wednesday as the Miners continue their most important portion of the out of conference schedule. 

    We also take a look at the C-USA football and basketball landscape, and run down the current power rankings for both. 

    Show starts today at 6:30 p.m. Mountain Time, and we always encourage your interaction via our call in number 347-934-0951, here in the comment thread, or @ us on Twitter, or via email sbnminerrush@gmail.com.

  • 00:45

    If Everyone Acted for the Greater Good with Duane Stjernholm

    in Social Sciences

    What would life be like if nearly everyone acted for the Greater Good? What if the world's trustworthy and consciously aware people, those who don't act from selfish motives, got together and welded their power and discernment by majority vote?

    Potentially they could influence elections, boycott corporations and industries that are injurious to global health, force government representatives and employees to truly serve the people and not their fiefdoms, reset the global economy, demand peace from the world's powers, put love first, and change the course of the planet.

    "Idealistic? Yes. Realistic? Maybe. It's a starting point," says today's special guest Duane Stjernholm, author of two new books that inspire people to join the movement he has initiated, United Earth Ecclesia (UEE). His books The Earth Citizen's Guide to Co-Creating the Greatest and Highest Good and UEES or Not UEES-That is the Question invite people to step away from the life of struggle and strufe and commit to joining with others to co-create a saner, gentler, more abundant world where nice people lead.

    Duane Stjernhom, the proud founder ot the UE holds degrees from both Colorado State University and Iliff School of Theology, backs his proposals and visions with a lofty degree in both Psychology and Religious Philosophy/Metaphysics.

    He is here today to unite us as Responsible Citizens of Earth who will do everything possible to protect and improve the ecology of  our planet.

  • 00:30

    Should I go to Patient Support conference?

    in Health

    What happens at a patient support conference? Is it worthwhile to go, or will it be stressful? 

    Carla talks with Robin and Joyce about her own recent experience. 

    Carla applied to the New England Regional Genetics Group (http://www.nergg.org) for an A. Merrill Henderson scholarship to attend a patient support conference.  This grant enabled her to attend and learn. 


  • 02:27

    SLZE Sports at the Southern Basement Capitol - 12.1.15

    in Sports

    Tonight... We'll tell you who will be NCAA Conference Champs, whose NFL Playoff hopes are still alive, and much more!

    Listen in as Caoch Scott, Sweet Lou, DNash, and Zo tear apart the Sports World!  Hear our weekly segments: SLZE of the Week, Scotty Doesn't Know, the Hot Seat (outside of Football Season), our 10 Picks of the Week!

    LIVE every Tuesday night at 9:00pm from the Basement Capitol of the World.  Check us out at SLZESports.com, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and Periscope @SLZESports and call us 917-889-8806!

  • 02:01

    Mark Richt fired as Georgia Football Coach - Analysis

    in Sports

    We will focus this week's show entirely on college football. We will be joined in our first hour, as always by our college football guru Kip Keefer. Kip and I will also be joined by the Buffalo Bad Boy Pete Tasca and Mr. Savage Burn Steve Butler. We will discuss, in the detail, Georgia's decision to fire Coach Mark Richt. Who's next at UGA? What does this say, if anything, about the state of coaching in college football? We'll then discuss the CFB Playoff rankings ahead of the conference title games this weekend. In the second half of the first segment we'll be joined by John Tures, political science professor at LaGrange College and contributor at Huffington Post Sports. In the second hour we will have an all Georgia Bulldog segment with Brian Robinson, CA Phillips, and Kirk Alexander. All three are Georgia graduates and bleed red and black. Brian is former Deputy Chief of Staff to Georgia Governor Nathan Deal. CA is an Associate Pastor at Northstar Church in Kennesaw, GA, a longtime UGA season ticket holder, and a former employee of the UGA Sports Information Department.  Kirk is a former All State TE at Parkview HS in Gwinnett County, GA and after origonally committing to play football at Wake Forest, changed and went to Athens to play for Mark Richt. Kirk is currently to President of Stoneview Sports, LLC.

  • 01:58

    [The] VAULT- CITIZENS VS Private Business Community

    in Entrepreneur

    [The} VAULT CITIZENS VS Private Business Community 


    This weekly conference call hosted by Host Sharif to discuss why using your 'social citizen number' is not the most efficent way to conduct business as black/African in 2015.  

    Host: Sharif Ali~ is a entrepreneure since 18 years old, compares the PUBLIC vs. Private world of doing business. Listen and learn how to operate in business from the Private vs. PUBLIC.

    Chat live on on FaceBook. https://www.facebook.com/highfrequencyradiogroup/

    Sharif on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/hfrnsharif

    Call in number to comment is 424-222-5250

  • 00:38

    Nick Nichols ... Country, Christian

    in Country Music


    Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Country/Christian Singer/Songwriter Nick Nichols to the Show!


    CMT Country Artist, Nick Nichols is a professional musician, entertainer, and songwriter, who has been performing and ministering professionally, for over 25 years. Nick and his band, Southern Crescent, have opened for such major acts as T.G Sheppard, Gene Watson, O.B. McClinton, Dixiana, and The Masters 5. His songs have been pitched to such artists as Alan Jackson, Trace Adkins, George Strait, Wynona Judd, Travis Tritt, Ronnie Milsap, Tricia Yearwood, Jamie O'Neal, Lee Greenwood, and Clay Walker. His video, "The High Cost Of Loving" is currently in rotation on Country Music Television. It can also be viewed on the Vevo Network. Recently, Nick and his writing partner, Bob Pennington wrote the song "Think Pink," recorded by Nashville Star, Tammy Cochran, for the Susan G. Komen Greater Nashville Foundation, in support of Breast Cancer Research.

    Media Inquiries:
    MTS Management Group

  • 03:52

    He (Jesus) Is Greater Than Every One

    in Current Events

    You Are Welcome To Fellowship With Us Here On God's Resurrection Power Church Of Christ Ministry Where The Holy Spirit Is In Control And Jesus Christ Is Lord,We're A Bible Believing Ministry That's Teaching,Preaching And Reaching The Lost Souls Of This Sin Sick World For The Kingdom Of Heaven In The Name Of Jesus,We Are Here Every Morning Monday Through Friday From 10:30 a.m Est Until 2:30 p.m Est,Saturday's From 12 p.m Est And Sunday Nights Intercessory Prayer From 7:30 p.m Est Dial In Number Is 1-661-467-2411

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  • 00:53

    The HeadQuarters: Episode 10

    in Basketball

    This week Sean Woodley and John Gaudes break down the week that was in Raptorland, question James Johnson's social media timing, pump the tires of the amazing Kyle Lowry, question the overall strength of the Eastern Conference, ponder the potential of a trade involving a Raptors first-round pick and so much more. This episode is brought to you by Joey Graham.