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All-Big Ten linebacker Max Bullough of Michigan State was in New York City as a William V. Campbell Finalist (aka the Academic Heisman), where The B1G Show was able to catch up to him. Bullough spoke about being more than just a football player, winning the Big Ten Championship and the college football playoffs. He also defined what a Spartan Dawg is and asked 'Why not us?' about MSU being left out of the BCS Championship Game.
Hosted by Daniel Mogollon; Length: 9 Minutes
"Get Ready", "Get Ready" "Get Ready" For THE SIMMIE BRAXTON SHOW "Simmie to the Max".." Now Brace Yourself for Braxton", "He's In A Bracket, All By Himself" Saturated "Verbal Rapp-Ability With a Twist and A Urban Pop Culture Feel...
Simmering With Updates On Trending News And Current Events Informing Enlightening And Educating The Masses With Unadulterated Truth That The Mainstream Media So Often Leaves Out Interviews Promoting Integrity Accountability and Transparency The Essential Components to "KEEPING It REAL". finding the "WIN WIN" solutions No Wonder People Are Talking About Simmie Braxton
Washington Nationals' starter Max Scherzer struck out 17 of the 28 New York Mets' hitters he faced, working around an error that was the only thing that kept him from a perfect game in Citi Field. Scherzer settled for his second no-hitter of the season in the Nats' 2-0 win over the Mets. 17 Ks? Nine-straight Ks towards the end? Just unreal. Max Scherzer does it again!! Mad Max ends his season with an unbelievable performance.
A healthy sex life is rarely discussed, lubricants, contraception and hygiene products... do we know if these things are really safe? Let's talk about it? What do we do about ED and hormonal dysfunction? Are men and women at younger ages experiencing it? What about Sex after Menopause? These are just a few of the issues that we'll be disussing Monday evening.
While we're on that topic, we may also discuss population control. Is there an agenda? What is it, some methods of it and what does it mean to you?
In this weeks edition of Healthy Matters: The Radio show we will get to the meat of these topics and more things that affect our every day lives.
Join myself, Dennis Jefferson and my co-hosts 'the ever knowledgeable' Verna Hair Brown and Ms Dana Pitts as we discuss "Sexual Healing" and doing it right.
Bring a friend and join us each and every Monday at 8pm cst for a new episode of Healthy Matters and start your week with "A Healthy Matter"
It's MomRN's birthday and today we are celebrating with the following fantastic guests and interviews!
There is really nothing more important than self-esteem. Did you know that 16.9% of high school students report being bullied? Did you know that 64% of students who are bullied never report it? Bullying is an epidemic problem in our schools today.
Actress Dee Wallace, who you will recognize as the mother from ET, has developed an amazing product that will teach children to love who they are, which in turn will create children who can love others. With her product BuppaLaPaloo, she has created a fabulous interactive toy, and a child’s best friend, that will promote self-love and will help nurture children and help them grow. Dee joins us to share why she created the bear and how you can help support this campaign to teach our children how to learn themselves and others. To support the Kickstarter campaign, visit http://kck.st/1VinMGt and pledge before the campaign ends on Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015 at 7:28 AM CDT.
Over 1 million babies worldwide are born each year with congenital heart defects. Joining us to discuss this serious problem is young actor, Max Page, best known as "Little Darth Vader" from the Super Bowl ad and for his role on the Young and the Restless soap opera. He is joined by his mom, Jennifer Page, and Dr. Mark Carlson from St. Jude Medical. Max was born with a congenital heart defect and received a new pacemaker last month.
Today's episode also includes helping teachers through Donors Choose and Sonic's Limeades for Learning initiative; money and happiness; cervical cancer screening & college drinking prevention.
The Mets 2015 regular season ended on a high note thanks to Curtis Granderson.
The N.L. East champs did not, however, wrap up their final week of play in optimal fashion as fans would have preferred.
On the west coast, the Los Angeles Dodgers took care of business winning 5 of their final 6 games to secure home field advantage through the upcoming NLDS.
The Mets, meanwhile, lost 5 of their last 6 games, as well as their last four home series, posting a 4-8 record in their final 12 games at Citi Field.
The 2nd place Nationals also earned a measure of consolation over the Mets. In a brilliantly dominating performance, Max Scherzer no-hit them in the first game of Saturday's (make-up game) double-header. Washington then completed a sweep in the nightcap.
Some question Terry Collins' strategy and implementation down the stretch, while others point to Yoenis Cespedes' decreased production as potential explanations for the team's recent slide.
The crew at Rising Apple will attempt to make sense of it all.
The omniscient Rich Sparago will host this evening's 119th episode of the Rising Apple Report. He'll be joined by site editor Danny Abriano, senior staff writer Michael Lecolant, and the Converted Mets Fan Sam Maxwell.
Together, they'll review the season that was, and discuss their major concerns as the Mets head into the post-season.
The show starts at 9pm (EST) sharp. As always, you're welcome to call and participate. The number is 646-929-0337.
@Habs360 is a weekly podcast on the Montreal Canadiens hosted by Chris G (@chrisg1980) and is featured on Allhabs.net. It is the most interactive and informative Canadiens podcast as we take your phone calls (1-877-455-4945) and read your tweets (@Habs360).
This week's topics:
Max Pacioretty plays his first game as captain
Does the Habs record in the pre-season mean anything?
Louis Jean (@LouisJean_TVA) from TVA Sports joined to discuss final roster spots available
Battle for roster spot between Devante Smith-Pelly and Jacob De La Rose
and lots more!
Norm Blumenthal attorney for workers and consumers. Selected as the one of the Top Attorneys in Southern California. Regular contributor on Money For Lunch
George Karris is a career and executive coach in San Diego, CA. In his professional career he has raised millions of dollars for a startup, set strategy for a multi-billion dollar firm, and led teams of over 200 people
Dave Liniger he founded RE/MAX, the real estate giant. Today, his company has over 100,000 agents working in nearly 100 countries around the world. He’s been riding a huge wave of success. He’s one of the most respected leaders in real estate. But in 2012 he landed in the hospital fighting an infection that nearly killed him
For more information go to MoneyForLunch.com.
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