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Jeremy "The Impact" York brings you his unique take on all things Texas Revolution of the Champions Indoor Football League (CIF)! Today he talks about the powerful win over the Duke CIty Gladiators and welcomes in Revs Kicker Dylan Calder to talk football, life, kicking and more! Join them in the RevolutionZone, presented by Impact Media!
Special guest former AWA World Tag Team Champion "Superstar" Bill Dundee!, Payback and Raw recap, Ryback in hot water with WWE; where he would fit if he leaves, Shane & Steph runs Raw, new #1 contender for US title, and trivia! Flavor of the Week: AWA Tag Team Champions who became singles champions in WWE. Join us live!
CLASSIC VIDEO OF THE WEEK:
I will be debating on whether the Big 12 should expand and have a conference title game or not with Matt Brown from College League Manager for SB Nation and editor for SB Nation's "Vanquish the Foe". Topics include...
Should the Big 12 expand and add a title game?
What's stopping the Big 12?
Who are viable candidates for expansion?
ITS FANTASY FOOTBALL’S EXPERT’S ROUNDTABLE HOUR. BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE KFFSC AND FANTASY FOOTBALL TACTICS. THE KENTUCKY FANTASY FOOTBALL STATE CHAMPIONSHIP IS THE LARGEST LIVE DRAFT EVENT OUTSIDE OF LAS VEGAS.
EACH WEEK, KFFSC COMMISSIONER FERRELL ELLIOTT WELCOMES IN EXPERTS FROM ACROSS THE COUNTY.
CHAMPIONS AND VETERANS FROM ALL THE MAJORS - JOIN IN TO SHARE TIPS, DISCUSS STRATEGY AND ANSWER YOUR QUESTIONS
AUGUST 26,27,28 HORSESHOE CASINO / LOUISVILLE AREA
AUGUST 20TH , HORSESHOE CASINO IN CINCINNATI
As an early Mother's Day treat, Movie Addict Headquarters revisits Cloris Leachman and her son George Englund Jr. What a dynamic mother/son team they are! The discussion centers around Cloris' extraordinary career as well as her candid autobiography titled CLORIS. This Oscar-winning actress has been entertaining audiences in movies and on TV for over half a century. Cloris talks candidly about humorous incidents relating to her showbiz career, including working on Young Frankenstein and High Anxiety . George discusses his experience as his mother's manager. WARNING: be prepared for a comedy ambush!
Mr. Brad Holcomb, Committee Chair of the ISM’s Report on Business® presents the latest in-depth information on the PMI® Purchasing Manager’s Index covering April 2016. Brad offered listeners keen insights into the meaning behind the numbers. Then stay with us as Armada Corporate Intelligence’s Chris Kuehl, PhD and economist with the FMA, adds humor and wit to the service and manufacturing sector’s Credit Managers’ Index and FMA’s Job Shop Report.
I'm calling this episode "The Epic Episode". Epic Monologue. Epic Guest. Epic Length. Epic!! (and no, I don't mind over-using the word Epic)
Jim Ferrin, CGCS is one of those people that I think everyone should know. I'm biased. I've known him since 1990. When we were just young guys coming up in the business. Jim has excelled. He's a great turf manager. A great people manager. A student of Golf, Agronomy and Life. He's won a ton of awards including the coveted Leo Feser award from GCSAA. He's served in just about every possible way to make our business better.We have an epic conversation. We always do. Because no one can melt my brain like Jim.
I also happened to turn on my microphone and record and Epic Rant. One of those things that I've been trying to write for years and finally the words came to me. So I pulled the starter rope and pressed record. Result, a word strimming session, a buzz cut of one of the things I think is most wrong with our business and why that thinking promotes lack of innovation.
It's a feature length episode. Epic length. But I didn't want to cut it up into little pieces. Like an epic drink, it needs to be taken in one big awesome gulp. Or a series of small drinks at your own speed. But I couldn't and wouldn't cut it up. That's just not fair.
You can reach Jim Ferrin at email@example.com
The Turfgrass Zealot Project is sponsored by Klingstone. Proven Bunker performance for over 15 years. www.klingstone.com
On this week's podcast, I return from my two week hiatus and was joined by Gabe Lezra, Mike Platania, and Joshua Zeitlin to discuss:
Real Madrid's victory in Anoeta
Gareth Bale in the clutch
City's 4-2 collapse to Southampton over the weekend
Resting players vs keeping momentum
Xavi's comments on Real Madrid's 'small club' mentality
Questions from readers regarding Wednesday's match
Gio Gonzalez threw a lot of pitches early, but hung around for 102 pitches total over six scoreless innings in Kauffman Stadium as the Washington Nationals took the series opener with the Kansas City Royals, 2-0. It was the fourth straight win for the Nationals, who improved to 18-7 on the year with the win. After Gonzalez was done, Sammy Solis, Shawn Kelley, Oliver Perez and Jonathan Papelbon combined for 3.0 scoreless frames, shutting the defending World Series champions out.