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Le pardon, cette puissance qui libère....
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Parlons-en samedi 12 avril 2014 à 10h00 à l'antenne.
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Pardon the Interruption is hosted byGZL GM's Anthony Fernandez and James Paronne and covers all of the newsworthy events spanning the '08 Madden GM league. Based on the ESPN TV Show, the two controversial hosts bicker through top headlines, numerous popular PTI game segments and other pop culture topics. On tap this week: Headlines, Toss Up, Oddsmakers, Role Play, and Happy Time.
-The biggest issue going so far - Steve Donahue's firing and how the heck it took so long to get here. CoachJF joins in the show for his first appearance in some time, and we'll talk about what led BC to get to this point. We'll talk about the decision making process in the firing, and we'll talk about the next steps for BC.
-Earlier this year, we talked about potential candidates for the spot. But ultimately, we'll need to talk about what needs to happen for BC to get back on the right track and how long it'll take.
-We'll also talk about the last week and what it presents for BC. Yes, the Eagles reportedly fired their coach, but after a week of stories and inaction by the athletic department, what does that display?
-After what happened during football season, Brad Bates and the BC athletic department built up substantial amounts of goodwill. The last week was indicative, though, of some cracks within the last week as it took the Eagles a long time to fire Donahue. It manifested itself with social media exploding in a fit of anger. Here's your chance to weigh in on BC's procedures this week, and more importantly, here's your chance to voice how things should go for BC athletics moving forward.
The 2013-2014 academic calendar is winding down, and sports in the Boston College landscape are finally saying farewell to a memorable year. From the resurgence of the football program to the run to glory for the hockey program to the meteoric drop of the basketball program, there's been plenty to talk about and there's been plenty to argue about.
But as Boston College prepares to graduate its class of 2014, we take the opportunity to look back at where this year's impact can be felt the most - off the field. Championships, winning seasons, bowl berths, and new coaches might be great to talk about, but why are we talking about them? How has this year been in terms of marketing and business, and how strong is the BC brand as it gets set to take a hiatus for the summer months?
Michael Sheehan drops by to analyze the Boston College brand with the first ever BCI Business Report. With Brad Bates' first full year at the helm squarely in the books, we look at the successes, the failures, and the road ahead. What opportunities still exist for advancement, and what can we do as fans to help advance the brand from our point of view?
Dial in at 646-200-0446 and weigh in with your thoughts about Bates and the athletic department's overall approach to 2013-2014!
All week we've been planning on a football show. And then the basketball coach's search happened.
It's been three weeks since Steve Donahue was fired, and the names and stories are running rampant. With a borderline out of control rumor mill flying all over the place, we're choosing to go inside the lines and scrap our originally planned idea in favor of a new, basketball-centric show.
Tune in tonight at 8 PM as we recap the last few weeks and the names who have come and gone through the rumor mill. We'll try to dispel the coaching rumors, sift through all the stories that have happened, and hear your thoughts about the search
Remember to call in at 646-200-0446 and have your voice heard!
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It's the most wonderful time of the year - tourney time! Boston College is "remaining home" for the NCAA Tournament as the #1 seed in the Northeast Regional for men's ice hockey. They'll be playing this weekend in the first round of a bracket featuring three conference champions: Hockey East #2 seed and tournament champion UMass-Lowell, WCHA Champ Minnesota State, and NCHC champ Denver (the Eagles' first round opponent).
We'll break down the matchup between Boston College and Denver, as well as the River Hawks and Mavericks, as we get set for the puck drop at the DCU Center. The hockey boys are on tap, so get ready and be sure to call in and talk BC hockey!
We'll also have updates from the men's basketball head coaching search for you, and we'll once again take your calls as we gear up to head to the spring season!
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