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Indiana Hoosiers safety Mark Murphy was honored by the National Football Foundation as a national scholar-athlete, as well as a William V. Campbell finalist at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City (December 9), which is where I was able to sit down with the Indiana product. Murphy was a four-year starter for the Hoosiers, he is IU’s active leading tackler, and a two-time first team Academic All-American. Murphy talks about being a student-athlete, the Indiana Hoosiers football program, his fandom of the Green Bay Packers (Aaron Rodgers or Brett Favre), as well as LeBron James (Mark is an Akron, Ohio native), and gives a scouting report on the Ohio State Buckeyes. Hosted by Daniel Mogollon. (8 Minutes)
Here at INSIDEtrack we want to bring the most cutting edge interviews with the latest greatest track and field stars. This week we are bringing you a special treat, two shows in one week! We will be interviewing Tre'tez Kinnaird of the Indiana University Hoosiers! He is the USA Junior Champion in the 800 meters and we will take about what WORLDS has in store for him. There will be an update on next weeks episode that you won't want to miss!
Join us as we preview the upcoming season for the Indiana Hoosiers with special guest senior wide receiver Kofi Hughes.
Indiana comes into the season full of optimism. Can they make a bowl in 2013? We will answer that question and many more as we breakdown Indiana's biggest question mark, examine their best- and worst-case scenarios, as well as give you our breakout players for the upcoming season.
Hosted by Daniel Mogollon and Lloyd Ribner III.
In Indiana's 42-10 win over Bowling Green last Saturday, junior wide receiver Cody Latimer caught six passes for a career-high 137 yards and a TD. The talented pass catcher was a second-team All-Big Ten performer in 2012 and finished second in the conference in receiving yards per game.
He joins The B1G Show co-host Daniel Mogollon to discuss the 2013 season, IU's explosive offense (leads the Big Ten), as well as his development as a wide receiver. Latimer also talks about his basketball skills (can he hand with Victor Oladipo?), his favorite IU helmet and his pregame listening preferences (think 90s slow jams).
This interview was first aired on Monday night's Big Ten Wrap-Up Show.
The biggest news of the bye week was the reduction of the sanctions against Penn State. After a week to digest it, Adam, Cari and Dan are here with their thoughts. The three BSDers also look ahead to this weekend's Big Ten opener against the Indiana Hoosiers, Bill O'Brien's playcalling, and the national college football scene!
In today's episode Jeremy will be discussing the RFRA laws passed by Arkansas and Indiana, as well as the outrage they have caused. Are these laws motivated by hate? Do they endorse hate? How will they be applied? These questions and more will be addressed in "The Truth About Religious Freedom."
We also will have an update on the SOGI bill in Springfield, MO. The election for repeal will be Tuesday, April 7. Please keep this situation in your prayers.
Tonight we'll be discussing the huge backlash Indiana's recent "Religious Freedom" law has experienced, along with what religious freedom is and why servicing protected statuses is important.
Also up for conversation: Iran, Tom Cotton, and the dumbness that's dragging America down.
Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:
Interview with Janet Porter of Faith 2 Action about the controversy in Indiana over the Religious Freedom Restoration Act and about her new documentary, “Light Winds” addressing the criminalization of Christianity.
Today's show is being Co-hosted with Jennifer Lopez and Fallon Fox. We are going to talk about the new Indiana anti-LGBT Law, religion within the community and so much more. Several surprise guests will be joining in with us. As always we will bring you the transgender news and update you with what is going on in the national transgender community.
A calm look at Indiana’s new Religious Freedom Restoration Act and its precedents; On Hoosier “discrimination,” "Jim Crow," and other slanderous nonsense; Your questions on Indiana's Religious Freedom bill, answered; Liberals against religious liberty in Indiana; Want evidence of hysterical anti-Christian bigotry? Look no further than #BoycottIndiana; and, time permitting, anatomy of a quintessential Obama fiasco, and Obama's race to chaos.
Yogi Roth has been described as a modern day Indiana Jones. He is a media personality, college football analyst, best-selling author, motivational speaker, actor and an Emmy nominated filmmaker. At heart, though, he’s a guy from a small town in Pennsylvania who loves to share a good story.
Win Forever, the New York Times best-seller that he co-authored with Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, is one of those good stories. His most recent story, though, is Life in a Walk, a documentary about a walk Yogi took with his dad. It’s not just any walk but one through Portugal and Spain along the Camino De Santiago. Yogi says that the film is about making a decision to act on his strong feeling to spend more time with his father.
Today he’ll discuss the making of that film and his ongoing exploration of human potential. He is the co-founder of Win Forever, a brand inspired by Pete Carroll, that furthers human potential, elevates mentorship and inspires leaders through a philosophy of competition. When he’s not doing all of the above, Yogi travels the nation delivering motivational presentations about living a Life Without Limits.
With the passage of a new Religious Freedom Restoration Act in Indiana, it is now legal for businesses to discriminate against someone on the basis of sexual orientation. Since the announcement of the passing of the bill, many activsits have had differing views on how to address the issue. In this episode, we will go over the events in Indiana in the past few days, and speak to Indiana natives about how the community can best come together and help our LGBT brothers and sisters who live in Indiana.
19 States have 'religious freedom' laws like Indiana however Indiana is the only one being boycotted. Click here to see a map of the states where these laws are in place currently.
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