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  • 00:42

    Super Bowl 50 Preview Show, IN THE GAME with Chatham, Poppinga & Quinn

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    You've heard all the Carolina Panthers & Denver Broncos off-field storylines beaten to a pulp over the last two weeks.  Now it's time to get down to the real game itself.  You know, the Super Bowl. 

    We dig through the individual matchups and look at some of the things that are bound to be factors in the game that nobody's talking about.  We look at the chess match between Peyton Manning and Luke Kuechly, each able to put their team in position to make a play based on what the other guy does.  Does Ted Ginn add to the legacy of players making huge kick or punt returns in the Super Bowl to help their team win?  Denver's an underdog here, but what's the path look like for them to pull off the win?  All this and much more! 


  • 01:12

    Original Football Guru

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    Original Football Guru / January 26th

    Chris Bellina discusses Fantasy Football, Fan Duel, NFL & NFL Playoffs topics at 9:00pm ET/6:00pm PT

    Fantasy Football

    * Who would you rather start a fantasy team with?  Brady or PManning

    * Who would you rather start a fantasy team with?  Cam or Russell

    Fan Duel

    * How Guru fared this past week with 4 teams

    NFL & NFL Playoffs

    * The legacy of Peyton Manning

    * The legacy of Tom Brady

    * The legacy of Ben Roethlisberger

    * Which non-playoff team will be a playoff team in 2016 for the AFC

    * Which non-playoff team will be a playoff team in 2016 for the NFC

    * What long-term affect will the blowout have on the Cardinals

    * Is Cam Newton and Russell Wilson the next generation of quarterbacks

    * Who would you rather start a franchise team with?  Brady or PManning

    * Who would you rather start a franchise team with?  Cam or Russell

    * Mike Vrabel turns down 49ers

    * Danny Amendola fined for hit during punt return

    * Gus Bradley gets 1-year extension

    * Who comes back to the final 4 in 2016

    * Seahawk fullback, Derrick Coleman could face vehicular assault and hit-and-run charges

    * Guru gives his 5 most improved players of 2015

    * 2017 Super Bowl contenders

    www.SportzAddix.com 646-378-1303


  • 02:00

    Bragging Rights Episode 50 - The Undrafted Show

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    Join Phoebe & Joe as they discuss SEA's win over PIT. Other topics: Heartbreaking losses for CLE (blocked punt returned for a TD) & DET (Hail Mary, Rodgers to Rodgers connection. The upcoming SEA vs MIN game, how can SEA win & continue their streak? Also, discuss the rest of the games for Week 13.

  • 00:29

    Interview: Todd Willert - Head Coach & Nique Martin -WR (East Forsyth Football)

    in College & High School

     Interview with Coach Wilert and Nique Martin of East Forsyth HS just ahead of the Semi Final Match up VS Charlotte Mallard Creek HS this Friday at 7:30pm


    By Kegan Lowe Winston-Salem Journal

    KERNERSVILLE — It was billed as one of the most anticipated matchups in Winston-Salem/Forsyth County history — a NCHSAA 4-AA quarterfinal playoff game between two bitter rivals separated only by a short drive down Business 40.

    The result was a one-sided affair that saw No. 1 East Forsyth continue its season-long dominance over the rest of the area and defeat No. 5 West Forsyth, 31-6, in front of a capacity crowd at Clarke-Peterson Field in Kernersville.

    Just a day removed from Thanksgiving, East Forsyth Coach Todd Willert was still counting his blessings.

    Willert registered his 100th career victory at the school with the win over West Forsyth Friday night.

    “I am just so thankful for everyone in our program,” Willert said. “From trainers to coaches to administrators to my athletic director — we took over a program 13 years ago and everybody said we would never win at East Forsyth. And for the guys that have been here with me the whole time, this is the 100th victory and we were never supposed to win.”

    Both offenses started slowly, with the Titans forced to punt on their first three possessions while gaining one first down.

    The Eagles started only marginally better, getting a 22-yard field goal from sophomore Cameron Lischke on their second possession to end the first quarter with a 3-0 lead. East Forsyth is now just two victories away from a NCHSAA 4-AA state championship. The Eagles will host No. 6 Charlotte Mallard Creek next Friday night in the state semifinals   http://www.journalnow.com/sports/prepzone/football/east-forsyth-rolls-in-willert-s-th-win/article_846d70c0-4de5-59d9-a269-c2f66839e157.html

  • 00:38

    Bonus Michigan Podcast with Jane Coaston of Punt Brothers

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    We have a SPECIAL BONUS MICHIGAN PODCAST with Jane Coaston of the wildly popular Punt Brothers podcast, along with EDSBS and SB Nation.com. We talk to Jane about the most recent updates with Michigan's AD and Coach searchs, her own thoughts about Saturday's game, what this series means to her, and her feeling about the program right now. We also briefly check in on Ohio State basketball, and what we're thankful for. 

  • 02:57

    Punt -The Great Debate, where is it.Middle east or Africa

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    AmenRaSquad Up! A Well Organized Lie Defeats a Disorganized Truth Every Time. Bro Nazir lee (The Hebrew)Challeges The AmenRaSquad  to a head up Debate about  Were Punt is.Nazir lee(The Hebrew)The Claims Punt is in Jerusalam or Canaan.What in the Hell is he Smoking? The AmenRaSquad knows were Punt is and We will Show n Prove. AmenRaSquadUp!

  • 00:23

    Hot Takes With Hillyard

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    Ben Moore of PantherTalk.com is joined with Chris Hillyard recap Saturday's home loss against Louisiana Lafayette, talk about the fake punt and much more.

  • 00:34

    NFL week 8; Steelers place Bell on IR, Panthers continue to roar, trade deadline

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    Week 8 saw the Green Bay Packers fall from the unbeaten ranks which leaves four teams with a perfect record. The Denver Broncos and New England Patriots dominated in their wins. The Cincinnati Bengals struggled at times, but did enough to leave Pittsburgh with a win. The overtime rule that now allows both teams to posses the ball unless a touchdown is scored on the first drive finally had an impact. The Indianapolis Colts kicked the go ahead field goal, but the Panthers would get a chance to tie or win the game with a touchdown. Graham Gano belted a 42 yard field goal to tie the game again. The Colts were forced to punt and Cam Newton drove the Panthers down the field so that Gano could play hero by nailing a 52 yard field goal.  


  • 00:59

    NFL Week 7 review: Looking back at the close Arizona Cardinals win over Ravens

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    The Arizona Cardinals were on the big stage in Week 7, playing host to the Baltimore Ravens on Monday Night Football. They defeated the now 1-6 Ravens 26-18 in a game that should have been that close. A blocked punt and a couple of bad decisions while trying to run the clock out led to the Ravens coming within a pay of perhaps tying the score late in the game. 

    But the Cardinals got the win, finally pulling out a close game and "finishing one," which was the theme of the win. Hosts Jess Root and Seth Cox discuss the win and whether or not the Cardinals really finished the game or not. They discuss the players who stood out and the plays that stood out and looked ahead on the schedule to the team's next opponent -- the Cleveland Brown. 

    Arizona has the Browns game and then will get their bye week at the mid point of the season. 

    Make sure you listen to the show and then head on over to Revenge of the Birds for more great Cardinals talk. 

  • 02:02

    Louisville or Tech U? (Ep. 277)

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    Welcome to The War Room!  This week, we'll discuss everything that happened in one of the wildest sports weeks we've seen in a while.

    Michigan's blunder, the Colts' "fake punt" formation, the Louisville "tute" scandal, the latest on Lamar Odom's condition, and MUCH more.

    As usual, we'll talk to Fred Perdue of About.com Sports about the week in college football.

    "This portion of the revolution will not be televised, but EVERYBODY can listen."

    Don't miss it!!!

  • 02:40

    Sports Brew Freestyle Friday - Mets Sweep, NFL Wk 6, Colts Go Zorn 10-23-2015

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    NFL Wk 6, World Series Set, Mets Sweep Cubs, Michigan Punt Fail, Colts Go Full Zorn, Surprising Jets, Steelers Survival Mode, Rivers Air Raid, Fugly Manning, the Mad Hatter, NCAAF 10-24-2015

    Segment 1: The 49ers go big whiffer. Mets – Cubs. Locking up the NLCS with a dominant sweep of the Cubs.  Mashing away with Freakin’ Daniel Murphy plus the Cubs go classy with a gift to David Wright. Following up the LCS sweep – an unkind recent history in MLB. Setting up Mets – Royals in the World Series. Mr. Met goes to Congress and some fat man fan with Bartolo Colón.

    Segment 2 (47.26):  Michigan – MSU. A punt fail (and a comeback) for the ages. LSU – Florida. The Mad Hatter strikes again!  Alabama lives! Ohio State, Braxton Miller, and the case of the missing L. TCU – Iowa State. A tip of the cap to TCU’s Trevone Boykin. NCAAF picks, Duke – VT plus JMU-UR College Game Day. The Mets RIGHT MEOW!

    Segment 3 ( 1.31.30): Fail on, people of WalMart. Patriots – Colts. Pagano channels his inner Jim Zorn on an all-time NFL fail. Bill Belichick, NFL Mother Brain.

    Segment 4 (2.01.24):  Jets – Redskins vomit balls. Steelers – Cardinals. Panthers – Seahawks. Cam Newton clutches up. Packers – Chargers. The Philip Rivers air raid. Broncos – Browns. The curious case of Peyton Manning. The 49ers field goes Mutant League Football on Justin Tucker. Dolphins – Titans. A different attitude in Miami. Giants – Eagles. 10-24-2015, MP3 Format.   

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