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John and Dan are joined by special guest Mark Ennis, to chat about Louisville's move to the ACC, their expectations for 2014 and of course, beer.
And just like that, the Eagles were bowl eligible.
At 6-3 with three games left to play, Boston College is heading to postseason play for the second straight year. The dark ages of the Frank Spaziani era are well in our rear view mirrors, and the good times are rolling thanks to Steve Addazio, Ryan Day, Don Brown, and a bunch of players we weren't sure of when the season started in August.
On Saturday, Boston College looks to boost its postseason resume for potential bowl games when they take on the Louisville Cardinals. A first year entrant into the ACC, the basketball powerhouse is also a strong football program back under the direction of Bobby Petrino. The Cardinals are coming off a near miss against Florida State, and they head north for the programs' first meeting since 1998.
There's much we don't know about Louisville, but there's also a lot on the table to discuss. BC got beat up a little bit by Virginia Tech, so health could be an issue. Jon Hilliman and Tyler Murphy both got dinged up with the former departing the game early for good.
Potential bowl bids are now at stake. After sneaking into the Advocare V100 Bowl in Shreveport, LA last season with seven unlikely wins, BC is now on the verge of gaining a coveted "Tier Two" spot in a bowl such as the Pinstripe Bowl in New York City. Where else could the Eagles land?
So much is there to discuss and you can do it with Dan and AJ starting at 8:00 PM EST. Join us and call in at 646-200-0446 to talk Eagles football!
Geroge Durant a former walk-on which moved into a starting role at linebacker for the Louisville Cardinals. Seattle Seahawks Chris Maragos was a walk at Wisconsin and just won a Super Bowl. Amazing how a career can emerge. In 2013, he appeared in 12 games making 15 tackles and one tackle-for-loss. Versatility is one of the best attributes Durant brings to the table and he displayed that skill filling multiple roles for the Cardinals defense.
Three-year starter at safety, Hakeem Smith was a staple of stability in the secondary. In, 2010 he earned BIG EAST Conference Newcomer of the Year. Since making his first start against Eastern Kentucky in the second game of season, Smith has not been out of the starting lineup since. Three-time All-BIG EAST Selection (First team 2011; Second team 2010, 2012) was credited with 245 career tackles. Smith has also earned an invite to the East West Shrine Game. Throughout the history of the East-West Shrine Game, players have been chosen because they are the very best in the country. In fact, there are 246 former East-West Shrine Game players on current NFL rosters. Smith looks to make the list 247.
Every week, two of the Best Fans in Baseball (TM) bring you all the news and insight you need on the St. Louis Cardinals. This week, Daniel Shoptaw (C70 At The Bat) and Tara Wellman (Bird Tales) talk offensive feast and famine and the first installment of the I70 Series.
This week is a short 30-minute Memorial Day Weekend show. We'll do our usual stuff and then talk about the primary, the recanvas process in Kentucky, and what comes next. Because it's a short show, feel free to call in at any time at 858-683-1326.
Ken Moellman gives the run-down on the state of Liberty in Kentucky. Tune in weekly as Ken Moellman addresses major issues, in Kentucky and the nation, and promotes solutions based in liberty. Ken Moellman is a political activist who has been a campaign manager, candidate, and party leader. He is now the owner of the polling firm Northern Kentucky Opinions.
On This episode Frank & Claudia talk about The STL Cardinals Minor League Affiliate's. He gives you all the Information you need to know about what going on down on the farms. Also a on field interview from our very own Claudia with Cardinals #3 prospect Alex Reyes. #WeAreMiLB!!
Dr Ray's B-Day, Manny's Louisville/S. Indiana Trip, 9-Zone Baseball & More!
Fantasy Baseball Listener League Info, Happy Birthday to Dr Ray, Manny went to Louisville & Southern Indiana plus Ron Buono from 9-Zone Baseball.
Health Topic is Alergies.
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The Mets may have slipped from 1st, but we here at Rising Apple, though a lot to complain about we have, prefer to look at the bright side of this 2015 New York Mets squad.
With Mike Lecolant hosting, and Rising Apple's Site Editor Danny Abriano joining, we enter the 103rd Rising Apple Report with a lot to discuss. The Mets' split with the ML best Cardinals will be broken down, roster options for the Mets going forward, and happenings down on the farm will all be discussed regarding the current incarnation of the New York Mets.
We will also discuss the players to wear number 3 in Mets history, as well as the '03 squad.
As always, you can join in the converation at 646-929-0337.
So, make sure to join us at 9pm ET on the latest edition of the Rising Apple Report!
The Tigers and Minnesota Twins play the middle game of the 3-game series at Comerica Park with Kyle Lobstein and Ricky Nolasco on the mound, as the race in the American League Central Division standings keeps heating up in the middle of May.
The Grand Rapids Griffins take a 2-0 series lead to Rockford and take on the Icehogs in Game 3 of the AHL Western Conference Semifinals in the 2015 Calder Cup Playoffs. They have yet to win a playoff game on the road. Did they win one on the road tonight?
The Lions work out safety Glover Quin's option to clear $2.17 million in cap space, sign 2nd-round draft pick Ameer Abdullah to a 4-year, $4.16 million deal, and sign former Chiefs cornerback Chris Owens and former Jets wide receiver Greg Salas to 1-year deals. Plus, Stephen Tulloch is getting better and ready to play in terms of his health.
Michigan Wolverines Football cornerback Blake Countess will transfer for his final season of eligibility after graduating from the university, Dennis Norfleet was NOT dismissed from the Football program; he was suspended, and assistant athletic director Jim Minick was suspended indefinitely for his DUI charge. Their Men's Basketball team will take on the North Carolina State Wolfpack in the upcoming season's Big Ten/ACC Challenge, and former Wolverine Chris Webber has problems with the Fab 5 documentary.
The Michigan State Spartans Football team lands 3-star defensive back Demetric Vance, while their Men's Basketball team is assigned to face the Louisville Cardinals in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge.
Briana Cole is an Atlanta native and proud mother of two. Having graduated from Georgia Southern University in 2009, she immediately began working for the federal government. Briana enjoys acting and public speaking but writing is her first passion. She has coined the term 'spiceual' to describe her style of writing; a mix of spicy and sensual romance that stimulates the reader mentally, physically, and emotionally. Tired of reading the same type of books in the urban industry, Briana prides herself on bringing unique plots and a distinct voice to the bookshelves. Her debut novel, Heart Breaker, is only the beginning in, what Briana considers, ‘a new experience’ in African-American literature.
Her motto and ultimate drive towards success is a famous quote from Mae West: "You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough."My name is Margaret Flack and my pen name or other persona is Mz. Demeanor. I am a 32 year old Louisville, Kentucky native (Derby city stand up). In October of 2014 author and CEO of Write House Publishing, Cole Hart signed me. In November 2014 I came out with my first book series called Bout Last Night. As of March 26 My second series A Hood Love in Atlanta was published. When I am not writing I am working on my masters in criminal justice which I will complete in October. I have no children right now just a husband and a very spoiled dog named Gnarls Barkley. I am not sure what the future holds because I allow God to order my steps. I appreciate the blueprint that I have been given and I intend to keep building from it.