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Join us tonight for an information packed show with two seperate guests both experts in their fields. First, Matt Peterson will be joining us to share what the Lord has been showing him with numerology from a biblical perspective hense the show title Glitches in the Matrix. Mr. Peterson will be on from 730-9pm EST followed by John Little of Omegashock.com
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Ultras Alive is the first English language Soccer Show of its kind. A weekly radio show dedicated to US Soccer, MLS, NASL and the Fort Lauderdale Strikers and anything Soccer from a South Florida perspective.
NASL Commissioner Bill Peterson joins us for a year in review and a preview into 2016.
General Sports Talk with your hosts Robert Ford, JaQuan Jenkins & Andre Peterson.
1. Manziel to 3rd String
2. NFL Playoff Picture
3. NFL's top 5 Teams
4. Brett Favre, Kurt Warner, and Terrell Owens are semi-finalists in 1st year of eligibility for Hall of Fame.
5. Tyrod Taylor should be able to play against Chiefs this weekend after shoulder injury.
6. NFL suspends Panthers DE Frank Alexander for one year.
7. NFL Predictions: Minnesota at Atlanta, & New England at Denver.
8. Fantasy Shoutouts
9, CFB Predictions: #7. Baylor at #19. TCU, #8. Ohio State at #10. Michigan, #18. Ole Miss at #21. Miss. State, #6. Notre Dame at #9. Stanford, #13. Florida State at #12. Florida, & #3. Oklahoma at #11. Oklahoma State.
10. CFB Playoff Top 4?
11. Can Michigan State win the national championship?
12. Has LSU treated Les Miles fairly?
13. Golden State going for 16-0 tonight.
14. 76ers are 0-15.
15. Ignore the NBA chatter, John Calipari will not leave Kentucky.
16. Ben Simmons sends game to OT, but LSU loses 2nd straight.
17. Willie Mays and Yogi Berra honored with Presidential Medal of Freedom.
18. Robinson Cano will be happy in Seattle if Mariners win.
The Green Bay Packers regained first place, in the NFC North, by defeating the Minnesota Vikings 30-13. Both teams have 7-3 records, but with the win the Packers own the head to head tiebreaker. The victory snaps a three game losing streak for the Packers, and ended the Vikings five game winning streak. After scoring 17 combined first half points during the last three games, the Packers held a 16-6 halftime advantage. Mason Crosby kicked two more second half field goals, giving him five for the day. Aaron Rodgers hit James Jones for a 27-yard touchdown late in the third quarter to give the Packers a 14 point lead. On the ensuing drive, the Vikings drove into Packers territory but Adrian Peterson fumbled after a 10 yard run.
The Packers defense domintaed the Vikings offensive line by applying constant pressure to Teddy Bridgewater. Officially, they recorded six sacks, but Bridgewater had to throw a number of balls away because of the pressure. Peterson entered the game as the NFL's leadng rusher, and averaged 21.7 attempts per game. He was held to 45 yards on 13 carries.
Eddie Lacy rushed 22 times for 100 yards, marking his first 100 yard performance of the year. Lacy ran with power, and finished his runs all day. With the lead, the Packers leaned on Lacy to grind out tough yards and take time off the clock. On the stat sheet, Rodgers was not spectacular; 16-34 for 212 yards with two touchdowns. His first touchdown was aided by a 50-yard pass interference play on a third and fifteen with 1:53 remaining, in the first half. Back to back penalties allowed the Packers to finish the drive with the touchdown. On a third and nine, Rodgers found Richard Rodgers for a touchdown that was nullified because of offsetting penalties. David Bakhtiari was called for holding, and Linval Jospeh was flagged for roughing the passer so the Packers were not backed up 10 yards. Anthony Barr was called for illegal contact on the next play.
CANELO/COTTO!!! I recap the fight, and put a little twist on it. It's NFL Week 11, and it seems to be moving week. Vikings look to take control of NFC North when the Packers come to town. Can the Vikings continue their winning streak, or do the Pack get off the snide? Should be a good one. Patriots look to remain perfect Monday night against the Bills. Last time these two met was week 2, at Buffalo, and the Pats whooped that ass. Do the Bills have the season's biggest upset, or do the Pats send Rex home crying like usual? Also, Indytries to get things moving, and stay in first (with the Jags? nipping at the heals) against the Falcons in the ATL. Should be a high scoring affair, since both their D's suck. And Cincy goes to Arizona on Monday night. Arizona, aside from the Pats, may be the NFL's next best team. And after the Bengals embarrassing loss to the Texans last week, they'll be sure to test the Cards. Tune in, or tune out!!
Welcome to The History of Jet Skis! Where we will share with special guests the memories, races, rescues, industry, triumphs and rides with us as we build your Jetski community to preserve the heritage and legacy for future generations to enjoy. We are constantly added new content, so visit often! We appreciate your participation, together we can chronicle the data from the early years of the sport and industry, so the present generation knows where we came from.
The History of Jet Skis is a part of our Kanalu K38 - WAKE OF FAME Awards
Guest presenter: Celeste (Peterson) Ward
Host: Shawn Alladio
Which Generation are you?
1. First Generation-1973-1979
2. Second Generation 1980-1989
3. Third Generation 1990-1999
4. Fourth Generation 2000-2009
5. Fifth Generation 2010+
At the SAP Healthcare Personalized Medicine Symposium in Palo Alto California, Gregg Masters, MPH chats with Professor of Biomedical Data Science and Genetics, Carlos Bustamante, PhD. For more information see: Bustamante Lab.Faculty included:
Bill McDermott – SAP CEO
Carlos D. Bustamante, MD & PhD – Professor of Genetics, Inaugural Chair of the Biomedical Science Department, Stanford University School of Medicine
Dr. David Delaney – SAP’s Chief Medical Officer
Euan Ashley – Associate Professor of Medicine and Genetics, and by courtesy, Pathology & Director, Stanford Clinical Genomics Service
Magnus Peterson, MD & PhD – Specialist in General Medicine and Pain Rehabilitation; Department of Public Health and Caring Sciences, Uppsala University; Coordinator of Academic Primary Care, Norrtälje TioHundra AB, Karolinska Institute
Dr. Peter Paul Yu, MD – FACP, FASCO Immediate Past President, American Society of Clinical Oncology
Former NFL players Matt Chatham & Brady Poppinga return to preview a huge weekend of uncertain NFL storylines and top matchups.
The guys dive into what's made the surprising Minnesota Vikings tick as they face the Green Bay Packers with an opportunity to take control of the NFC North. Can Tony Romo hit the ground running for the Dallas Cowboys offense in his return from injury without any room for error in the standings? Can Brock Osweiler be an upgrade to a Denver Broncos offense that's been flat on its back? Can the Buffalo Bills finally control New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski in the absence of Julian Edelman? And in the weekend's best matchup, what Cincinnati Bengals team shows up in Arizona to face the red-hot Cardinals?
We've got a jam-packed show for you, so sit back and enjoy!
This is only week 11, in the NFL, but the game between the Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings will go a long way to determine the NFC North Champion. The Vikings enter the game 7-2, while the Packers are 6-3. If the Vikings beat the Packers they will have a two game lead in the win column, and making the week 17 matchup more intriguing.
Minnesota has not allowed more than 21 points during their five game winning streak. Mike Zimmer came to Minnesota with a strong defensive background. He has implemented a scheme that has them ranked second in the NFL, in points allowed (17.1). Teams have had a hard time running the ball against the eigth ranked rush defense. Evan talks about the sack stat being overrated, which could be the case with the Vikings. They rank 16th in the league with 21 sacks but have gotten enough pressure to be effective and rank 15th against the pass. Offensively, the Vikings will lean on Adrian Peterson who leads the league in rushing, with 961 yards. Peterson averages 21.7 carries per game. Teddy Bridgewater has been average at best, boosting and 84.6 quarterback rating, which actually ranks 34th among all NFL quarterbacks.
The Green Bay Packers are trying to figure out where the disconnect is on offense. During the three game losing streak; the Packers have only scored 17 first half points. The last two weeks have seen the offense come alive in the fourth quarter and tried to mount comebacks. Against the Carolina Panthers they fell yards short, and against the Detroit Lions they missed a two point conversion and a field goal. The Packers have abandoned the run game, and it will be no easy task getting it going against the Vikings. The offense line that was keeping Aaron Rodgers clean in the beginning of the season, have been dominated for three straight weeks. Finally, they need to get their playmakers into space and make plays.
New England looked human beating the New York Giants on a 54 yard field goal by Stephen Gostowski. The Giants almost pulled off the victory, kicking the go ahead field with 1:47 remaining. Tom Brady converted a fourth and ten during the last drive, finding Danny Amendola for a 12 yard gain. The win keeps the Patriots perfect season in place while holding a four game lead over the Buffalo Bills and New York Jets.
The Houston Texans did enough to hand the Cincinnati Bengals their first loss. They held Andy Dalton to 197 passing yards, and kept the Bengals out of the end zone. T.J. Yates tossed a 22 yard touchdown to DeAndre Hopkins, on the fourth play of the fourth quarter that gave the Texans the go ahead score. The Texans win puts them in a tie with the Indianapolis Colts for first place, in the AFC South.
The Broncos have lost two in a row, and Peyton Manning. Manning sustained and injury in the loss to the Chiefs. Manning had five completions and four interceptions. Brock Osweiler will get the start against the Chicago Bears. Even with the loss the Broncos still hold a three game lead over the Chiefs.
The Minnesota Vikings have put together a five game winning streak. This winning streak coupled with a three game Packers losing streak, puts the Vikings in first place. At 7-2, the Vikings have quietly made enough plays to win football games. Adrian Peterson added another 200 yard rushing game to his Hall of Fame resume. His sixth 200-yard game ties him with O.J. Simposon for the most in NFL history. The Vikings intercepted Derek Carr twice, and shutout the Raiders in the second half en route to a 30-14 victory.
General Sports Talk with your hosts, Robert Ford, Jaquan Jenkins and Andre Peterson.
Topics to include:
1. Johnny Manziel to start the rest of the season.
2. Peyton Manning benched.
3. NFL Playoff picture
4. NFL Top 5 Teams
5. Is it time for Peyton Manning to retire?
6. Does Roger Goodell deserves $44 million a year?
7. Giants signs Hakeem Nicks in wake of Victor Cruz being out for the season.
8. NFL Predictions: Green Bay at Minnesota, Cincinnati at Arizona, and Buffalo at New England.
9. Fantasy Shout outs
10. College Football Current Final Four and teams to watch for the Final Four
11. Does Christian McCaffrey have a shot at the Heisman?
12. CFB Predictions: #21. Memphis at #22. Temple, #19. UCLA at #10. Utah, #18. Northwestern at #25. Wisconsin, #13. Michigan State at #3. Ohio State, #6. Baylor at #8. Oklahoma State, & #15. TCU at #12. Oklahoma.
13. Red Sox Slugger David Ortiz to retire after 2016 season.
14. Recap Today's Kentucky - Duke matchup
15. 5 NBA Players that could be traded this season.
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