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Join EA SPORTS Game Changers; Shopmaster and MadScientist06 for a "EA SPORTS Madden NFL 25 Playbook #1 & 2 Show" as we discuss the new Gameplay Trailer, Infinity Engine 2, the new "Run Free" system, and the Madden Cover Vote winner. We want this to be your show to ask us the questions you have after the Playbook Reveal, so make sure you tune into Sports Nation at 8pm est and then read the EA SPORTS Blog at 9pm est, then join us at 9:30, should be fun. You can call
In this episode we discussed the Patriots 2014 Schedule, and we also spoke at length about the upcoming NFL Draft.
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Rutgers - FB/TE
In 2013, Paul Carrezola recorded one catch for six yards at SMU (10/5) and started the season opener at Fresno State (8/29) at tight end and made one reception for 11 yards. He was named to the Pre-season All-American Athletic Conference Third Team by Phil Steele. Carrezola played both fullback and tight end at Rutgers.
Brady Attaway finished his SFA career as one of the top passers in program history. He ranks second all-time in career completions (967), passing yards (11,107) and touchdown passes (86).The Southland Conference standout holds nine slots among the single-season top-10 marks in all three categories. He is also the SFA and Southland record holder for passing yards in a game (662) and holds eight of the top-10 single-game passing highs in program history. He leaves school as a three-Time All-Southland Conference honorable mention selection. In
2013, his senior season he earned Honorable mention All-Southland Conference selection and started all 12 games, throwing for 4,268 yards, which ranks second all-time in program history for a single season. His 584 attempts rank second in SFA single-season history while his 349 completions rank third. He threw 32 touchdown passes on the year, ranking fifth all-time. Attaway set both the SFA and Southland record throwing for 662 yards against Prairie View A&M, completing 44-of-66 passes with four touchdowns passing at Central Arkansas.
This is another big moment us NFL fans have been waiting for. First, the free agency period. & now, this. The 2014 NFL schedule will be officially released during the second half of our show & as expected (& usual), we're gonna have some phenomenal matchups this upcoming season. Who will be playing who? & when? Buckle up because this one you'll have to see for yourself. We also got coverage of the first round of the NBA & NHL Playoffs, as well as MLB games in session & much more. This is "The Rocket Sports Breakdown" on Blog Talk Radio Wednesday nights 7pm-9pm. Rocket Nation, get ready for a power trip.
NFL Draft Insiders is a comprehensive Radio show dedicated to providing our audience with detailed information on the NFL and College Football leading up to the NFL Draft.
NFL Draft Insiders was built to put together all different NFL resources designed to explain, predict, review, and analyze the NFL Draft with a group of young exciting NFL Analyst.
Our mission is to provide our listeners on everything around the league leading up to the NFL Draft. The 2014 NFL draft airs May 8th and goes through May 10th. Stay tuned for more draft coverage and let us know what you think.
It's time to start making those draft plans. In just over two weeks, the Houston Texans will be on the clock with the first pick in the 2014 NFL Draft. On Tuesday, the NFL released a list of a record-high 30 players who will attend the draft at Radio City Music Hall. On Episode 42 of the Mocking the Draft podcast, made guesses at which players will be waiting the longest to hear their names called. We also talked about Teddy Bridgewater, Jadeveon Clowney and some late-round sleepers to keep an eye on. As always, we took your questions as well.
No Huddle Radio hunkers down to talk NFL Draft, including a special feature on the linebacker position group.
Joining Jason, Kris and Thomas from ALLGBP.com will be NFL Draftnik, Justis Mosqueda of Optimum Scouting. Together they talk NFL Draft as it pertains to teh Packers and then examine the crop of incoming college linebackers.
Join the writers at AllGreenBayPackers.com for a fast hitting discussion of all things Packers. Please be sure to visit ALLGREENBAYPACKERS.COM, where we are "All Packers All the Time." You can also browse Packers Talk Radio Network for more Packers podcasts from the best Packers bloggers on the internet.
This week we cover the only important topic in sports*: THE NFL SCHEDULE! We'll discuss the big matchups this year in the NFL along with the opening week kickoff, some changes in National Prime Time coverage, including CBS and NFL Network's new Thursday Night football package, NBC's new coevage of the Divisional Round, and ESPN's award of a Wild Card round game. Will the defending champion Seahawks be featured on opening Thursday? Will the 49ers have a good schedule to make their way back to the Super Bowl? How many of the Sunday Night games will NFC East Teams take up? Will the Cowboys still be a big draw in prime time? That and more PLUS Random Questions in Hour 2 with a scheduled alternate for "Kevin on the Cape" who is out of town.
*I was just being sarcastic with that phrase. It's one of many big ongoing sports stories this week.
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