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NFL - Steven Thames New Hampshire CB/NFL Draft Prospect Podcast
Join host Bo Marchionte and special guest Steven Thames New Hampshire CB, on the Player's Platform Show.
NFL - Nico Steriti RB New Hampshire/NFL Draft Prospect Podcast The NFL Draft is drawing near and College2pro.com is bringing you top prospects from across every level of college football. Join host Bo Marchionte and Nico Steriti.
On tonight's edition of the TSL Podcast, Jovan Alford and Angela Montoni of Buzzonbroad.com will be talking to 2015 NFL Draft prospect WR R.J. Harris from the University of New Hampshire. During the podcast, we will talking about his career at New Hampshire, the FCS and the draft process
At 6-foot-3, 300-pounds, Mike Coccia was a four-year starter for the Hampshire Wildcats and was named to the Beyond Sports Network's FBS All-America team as well as the Associated Press and Walter Camp teams.
Coccia is quietly garnering attention from NFL teams as he prepares to take his game to the next level.
He is a player we will be keeping an eye on as a possible late-round pick or undrafted free-agent. One reason College2Pro.com is excited about featuring him on his own Players' Platform Show Podcast.
On tonight's episode we talk about the Sylvania 300 in New Hampshire today.
Joey Logano wins it. We'll talk about the racing, and break down the race and the good runs and bad runs for drivers.
We'll also talk about the racing in NH today.
Also, we'll break down the chase grid, and see who is in trouble and who isn't. Did Aric Almirola get back into contention today, with Dover coming up?
BK Racing made a driver change this weekend right before this weekend's race in New Hampshire. Ryan Truex's future is in question with the team. We'll break down the dilemma with the BK team, and where Ryan Truex's future may be.
Identity Racing Ventures made a driver swap before this weekend's race as well. Mike Wallace replaced Joe Nemechek. It's a very curious move, and Joe Nemechek might be out of that ride. We'll talk about this as well.
Brendan Gaughan won this weekend's Nationwide Series race in Kentucky, his second career win. We'll break that down, and the race,
and Cole Custer, goes to victory lane for Ken Schrader Racing in the Camping World Truck Series. Custer becomes the youngest driver in Camping World Truck Series history at the age of 16.
On tonight's episode of Talking in Circles, Joe Gibbs Racing has announced a new sponsor for both its #19 and number 20 cars in 2015. Stanley/Dewalt joins the fold.
Now that the sponsor has left, that leads to more speculation on who will replace Marcos Ambrose at RPM. RPM's development driver, Corey LaJoie makes his Sprint Cup Series debut this weekend at New Hampshire. Is he now the leading candidate to replace Ambrose, and is he the right man for the job? We're talking about it.
Also, The Motorsports Group, a raceteam currently in the NASCAR Nationwide Series will move to full-time Sprint Cup Series competition next season. What this move means for this organization, and what it means for the future of the Xfinity Series.
Also, we take you back in time to September 21, 2003 at Dover International Speedway for the MBNA 400. First race with freezing the field and the lucky dog. How has this new format helped the sport, and has it hurt it in a way.
And of course, our picks for New Hampshire.
All tonight on Talking in Circles.
Greetings! Today I will be talking about these segments:
1) University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension
2) Community Gardens of Jackson, Mississippi
3) Hilton Hotels introduces their "Meet with Purpose" program that is about
Sustainable green eating and helping the environment. In Chicago, Illinois, there is
a Hilton Hotel with a Rooftop Garden that provides FRESH Veggies for its events.
Have a Great Community Garden Day!
Mary K. Hukill, Author and Radio Show Host
Books and AudioBooks: Community Garden Revolution, and,
Community Garden Revolution Notes!
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Join us Tuesday night June 3, 2014 at 9pm eastern as we welcome Dave from New Hampshire. Dave is going to talk about his experiences, this is the FIRST time he's ever discussed his experiences on the radio. Has Dave had an encounter with the being we know as bigfoot? We will not be taking calls for this show, but tune into the chatroom if you have questions. Tune in as Billy Willard and the Creature Seeker have a discussion with Dave!
A cornerstone of Republican Scott Brown’s campaign to return to the U.S. Senate has been a desire to create more high-paying jobs for workers in New Hampshire and America.Washington needs to work together to create a strong business environment that gives all Americans the opportunity to work in good-paying jobs,” Brown says about job creation on his campaign’s website.
Brown earned $270K from Kadant a Mass. company that exported jobs overseas
Jazz is back! Jazz Shaw will once again co-host the RINO Hour of Power as the guys cover the New Hampshire primary.
Joining Jazz and Rick will be Outside the Beltway's Doug Mataconis. The panel will look at the early returns and discuss the possibilities coming out of New Hampshire and going into South Carolina's primary on January 21 - and beyond.
Watch the returns with us and listen live at 8:00 PM eastern time.
Andrew Hemingway is a NH native and technology entrepreneur running for Governor. He is a problem solver who throughout his career has brought forward innovative solutions and turned those into successful businesses. Andrew is the first Millennial to run for Governor in the country, and is proud to be leading the next generation of leaders.
George Srour, 30, is the Founder and Chief Dreamer of Building Tomorrow, Inc. (BT). Srour attended the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, VA, where he graduated in 2005 with a major in Government and International Relations. Upon graduation, Srour was awarded the James Monroe Prize for Civic Leadership and the inaugural William E. Simon Fellowship for Noble Purpose. Using both awards, Srour started BT from an unused room in his parents’ house in the fall of 2005.
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