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Pass the Buck talking horses hosted by Buck Grottano and Travis Hembd
Keen Ice pulls off the upset to win the Travers Stakes catching the Triple Crown Winner American Pharoah in the final furlong. Get the guys reaction on Keen Ice's victory and we'll be joined by Donegal stables President Jerry Crawford. We'll see what's next for the Grade 1 stakes winners Keen Ice? Also joining us apprentice Jockey Richard Oliver, who pulled off a stocker himself by winning aboard a 85/1 longshots a Mountaineer Park last week.
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Chris Kreiger co-found WNY Heroes - a veterans' assistance organization. U.S. Army in 1997 with primary military occupation specialty status (MOS) as a combat medic, and secondary MOS as a member of the military Police. During his first five years in the military, he served his country and others in several important security operations. In 1998, Kreiger secured Operation Gold Cargo's cross-country munitions, he served alongside North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) forces securing mass grave sites in Bosnia through Operation Join Forge.In 2001, Kreiger was called to Ground Zero on 9/11 with the Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) in conjunction with the New York Police Department and Port Authority following the September 11th attacks. In 2002, he served on Operation Noble Eagle, working with Customs and Immigration to secure bridges and detect illegal immigrants and drug smuggling. Of all the challenges he faced in the military, the most impactful was to come in 2003, when he was called to serve as a medic in Operation Iraqi Freedom - the war in Iraq.During his service in Iraq, Kreiger was hit multiple times by roadside bombs.
Johnny Walker interpreted for the U.S. Navy SEALs on missions all over his home country of Iraq. He served on over a thousand missions, and stood out as an invaluable part of nearly every team he worked with.No, Johnny Walker isn't his real name. The SEALs gave him the nickname in honor of his love of Johnnie Walker Whisky and to protect his identity, a necessary precaution even today.Missions with the Navy SEALs were demanding and dangerous, but the threat of violence didn't stop there. As the war dragged on, Iraqis working with Americans became targets."Johnny Walker" is the code name of the Iraqi translator who worked with U.S. Navy SEALs.
Marine Devon Doane served as a combat engineer
Kelsey Brown lost her brother Ryan in Jan. of 2015
9/4- Goalie Rankings for Fantasy Hockey Draft prep
NHLBreakdown hosted by Scott Levy, w/George Kurtz of RotoExperts.com covering all the on & off ice action of the NHL
Our Fantasy Reports, including the IR, Goalie & Waiver Wire reports, will help keep your fantasy team a constant threat!
Shows twice a week: Mondays @ 5 pm/Fridays @ 2pm (September thru May)
**Mondays only (@ 5 pm) (July & August)
The NSR Sports Radio?provides a new and fresh, interactive online radio experience to the listeners. Join your host Coach P as we tackle the trending topics in football from youth to the pros. This week we talk Youth coaches and the use of film to prepare. Should youth coaches share film like highschool coaches??
Special guest appearing Via the Life by Wisdom?Hotline include:
Founders of the mentor program "A few Good Men"
- Mike McBride, Chuck Morris & Curtis Myers
- Dwayne Savage (Head coach Camden HS)
-Rykesha Cowan (mom of Jacoby Cowan)
NSR Baller Sport Light!!!!!
Each Week NSR Sports Radio will highlight a youth or High School baller that is making national noise. This week we have:
-Jacoby Cowan (8th grade baller)
- Jamal Holloway - Class of 2016 Camden HS
Coach David Riley?“the Duck", Speaker coordinator for the Glazier Clinic and founder of the unsigned senior showcase is here to answer your sports related questions in our “Ask the Duck” Segment. Former NFL Quarterback Akili Smith?rounds out the crew. Akili brings his “Real Talk” segment to the listeners from the perspective of guy that has played at every level. For more information visit www.nsrfootball.com
Every speech about Black issues ends up in talk about crime, prison talk, education, missing fathers, you need to vote. These problems come from slavery and the foundation of institutional racism which is an orchrestrated substitute for slavery. All challenges in Black communities are not about crime, and criminal records. When a father cannot get hired because his name is Jamal, his family is left without necessities. With time family situations are changed temporarily if not permanently. Institutional racism is the White rebellion to freed slaves. Wealthy White men legalized a new slavery, institutional racism. Via policing, politicians controlled freed Blacks. With merchants wanting free labor, BlackCode laws enabled the imprisonment of freed Blacks to be used for free labor. Black prisoners provided free labor after slavery and free labor today. When Blacks are not hired today, Whites say Blacks can't do the jobs. When Blacks are not able to operate successful businesses today, Whites doesn't admit they refuse to buy Black, they say they can't find Black businesses to supply their needs for goods and services