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  • 01:54

    Eastern Bias Live: Hockey Takes Over On Wednesday Night!

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    With football season winding down, the attention of many are already pointing their eyes at the frozen water of Conte Forum, where Boston College hockey begins its search for a sixth national championship. One month into the season, it's been eventful for the Eagles, having lost as many players as they have games (one apiece).

    At 5-1, Boston College is a top five team in the nation, riding the crest of being one of the power schools of Hockey East. Along with UMass-Lowell and defending national champion Providence, the trio represent the potential next batch of teams ready to represent in Tampa this year in the postseason.

    But it's still early, and there's going to be bumps along the way. One of those bumps came last week when Toronto Maple Leafs prospect Jeremy Bracco departed BC after just one month month as a member of the Eagles. It set off a firestorm of opinions on message board and social media, and it prompted possibly the most emotional response anyone's ever heard out of the Eagles and their head coach, Jerry York.

    So with football heading towards Senior Day on Saturday against NC State, we take a step aside to let things marinade. We let the hockey guys step into the booth as Eastern Bias goes LIVE for the first time this year!

  • 02:02


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  • 00:34

    NCAA All-American NBA All-Star Kenny Anderson

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    The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview NCAA All-American NBA All-Star Kenny Anderson.

    Kenneth "Kenny" Anderson is a retired American basketball player. After a college career at Georgia Institute of Technology, he played point guard professionally from 1991 to 2006, mostly in the National Basketball Association.

    Mr. Chibbs: Basketball Is Easy, Life Is Hard,” a sports documentary that will chronicle the life of retired NBA All-Star and legendary Georgia Tech point guard, Kenny Anderson.  Regarded as one of the best high school basketball prospects ever to come out of New York City, Mr. Chibbs is also known as one of the best ball-handlers and scorers to ever play in the NBA and Division 1 NCAA men’s basketball.

    Go to www.mrchibbs.com for more info about the film.


  • 02:03

    Shawn and Chris Talk NYR - I've Had Enough

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    Join Shawn and Chris as they spend 120 minutes to talk about the team from the Manhattan boro, the real New York Team, the New York Rangers!

    Joining them at 9:30, is Anthony Scultore of the Fulltilt Hockey Network (http://www.fulltilthockeynetwork.com) and Fulltilt Rangers (http://www.fulltiltnyr.com)

    Topics to include:

    Yesterday's ugly, but 'a win is a win' victory over the Hurricanes
    The teams struggles as of late
    Much more!

    Plus, Chris will take the time out to read the dumbest tweets in #TwitterBlueshirts land, and make sure you listen in as both Shawn and Chris just like to hear themselves talk.

    Live starting at 8, miss the show? Don't worry, archives are kept daily on http://www.metropolitanice.com, as well as Blog Talk Radio. 

    Follow Metropolitan Ice on twitter: @metropolitanice

  • 02:27

    SLZE Sports at the Southern Basement Capitol - 12.1.15

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    Tonight... We'll tell you who will be NCAA Conference Champs, whose NFL Playoff hopes are still alive, and much more!

    Listen in as Caoch Scott, Sweet Lou, DNash, and Zo tear apart the Sports World!  Hear our weekly segments: SLZE of the Week, Scotty Doesn't Know, the Hot Seat (outside of Football Season), our 10 Picks of the Week!

    LIVE every Tuesday night at 9:00pm from the Basement Capitol of the World.  Check us out at SLZESports.com, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and Periscope @SLZESports and call us 917-889-8806!

  • 00:32

    Conference championships could determine selection of College Football Playoffs

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    There were no changes in the top five of the college football playoff ranking poll. This means that the Big Ten Championship game could determine which team will represent the Big Ten, in the College Football Playoff. Iowa stayed in the fourth posiition and will play number five Michigan State, in the Big Ten championship game. Ohio State looms at number six, but would need an enormous amount of help to defend its title. 

    Clemson remains the number one ranked team and will take on North Carolina, in the ACC championship game. Clemson has been the number one ranked team every week in the college football playoff ranking. North Carolina has won 11 straight games and will try to execute the biggest upset of the football season. 

    Alabama, ranked second, will battle with the Florida Gators, in the SEC championship game. The lone blemish, for Alabama, was a 43-37 loss to Ole Miss. Florida was destroyed by Florida State last week, 27-2, dashing any hopes of making the playoff. 

    Oklahoma occupies the thrid position and is idle during conference championship week. The Big 12 does not have a conference championship. By not playing, this could secure a spot in the playoff. Should Michigan State win, that could propel them to fourth but probably not over Oklahoma. Ohio State is ranked sixth, but is also idle. The worst case scenario is an Iowa win which could possibly move Oklahoma to fourth, should Clemson and Alabama win. The best case would be losses by both Clemson and Alabama. This could propel Oklahoma to a number one spot without playing. 

    With four conferences occuping positions in the top four, the NCAA could not have asked for a better end to the season. Should the favorites win, the playoff will have representation from the SEC, ACC, Big 12, and Big Ten. This could cause a debate on how teams are selected for the Championship

  • 01:30

    Blueshirt Underground Radio

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    Join us Tuesday night for the only place to talk New York Rangers hockey.  Join us Tuesday night for the only place to talk New York Rangers hockey  Jim and Eddie will be live at 10 PM Eastern to talk all about the latest with the New York Rangers. The good, the bad, and the ugly.

     Plus will be taking all your phone calls at 646-478-4692 

    Blueshirt  underground radio the one true voice of the New York Rangers fan

  • 01:14

    Omie D and Fish Episode 002: End of Romo Era, College Football Playoffs, New England Patriots Bias

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    Omie D and Fish sports talk show gives you a southern perspective of all things Dallas/Ft. Worth and beyond. 

    Episode 002 includes:

    College Football Playoff Rankings
    Texas High School Football Playoffs
    Dallas Mavericks
    Dallas Cowboys
    Tony Romo
    FC Dallas
    Dallas Stars

    Brought to you by NTXGame.com


  • 00:46

    The BYGP Locker Room Show (This Year's Top Topics)

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    Join us for this very special episode of the BYGP Locker Room Show, as we host a panel of former college and pro football players, talking about huge topics and events from this year! Victor Rogers was an All-American at the university of Colorado, who went on to play in the NFL for the Detroit Lions. Derrick Gardner, was a star player at the university of California and played in the NFL with the Atlanta Falcons. LaCorey Collins, was the nations #1 wide receiver in high school and went on to be a great player at the university of Oregon and Delvin Myles, was a key player at Oklahoma St. in the late 90's and went on to become a big-time Arena football defensive back.

    Listen in to over 80 years of football experience and key insight, of some of the most publicized events of the current football season. Please take advantage of the knowledge and advice these former players have to share with you and utilize it to your own benefit. Let's go!


  • 02:41

    NBS Show 12-1-2015

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    College Football

    Mark Richt fired by Georgia: Good choice and who do you believe will replace him?

    Les Miles stays at LSU: Smart move by the administration to keep him?

    Canes interview Dan Mullen, Greg Schiano, Butch Davis: Who do you believe will get the job?



    Temple- Houston

    Pac 12 title game USC-Stanford

    SEC title game Alabama-Florida

    ACC title game Clemson-UNC

    Big 10 Title game Mich. St-Iowa



    Recap of last week’s predictions

    Gronkowski or Graham: Which TE’s injury hurts their team’s chances moving forward?

    What RB has had a disappointing season at this point?



    Packers @ Lions

    Jets @ Giants

    Seahawks @ Vikings

    Broncos @ Chargers

    Texans @ Bills

     Falcons @ Bucs

     Colts @ Steelers

     Cowboys @ Redskins




    Kobe Bryant announces his retirement at the end of the season. Your thoughts on his legacy?

    What team on Golden State’s schedule will hand them their 1st loss?


    Shout outs and closing

  • 02:00

    BDSIR NETWORK:The Soul n Sports Fox Sports 1340AM Enough Is Enough & More!

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    Miss the sports talk you and your buddies talk about in the Barbershop or at the gym & bar well look no further then DA-Barbershop!!! For one hour a week join Hugo and McPree the new crew talking the biggest stories in the week in sports! MMA,ProWrestling,NBA,MLB,NFL,NCAA & More!!!


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