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Welcome to Week 12. This week's featured matchup will be the SIAC Championship between Albany State and Miles College and we will talk the CIAA Championship between Virginia State vs. Winston Salem State. We will also discuss the old Capital City Classic Jackson State vs. Alcorn State. Please call in and tell us what battle you saw this week at (718) 664-6025, or join our chat room live on the page of the broadcast. You can email the show at email@example.com, tweet us @marchingpodcast or follow our blog at blog4.themarchingpodcast.com
Are you ready for some Spartan football? We're talking to coaches and a player or two on this issue of Spartan Life Radio. The Spartans return 15 starters from last year's team and welcome a promising recruiting class of freshmen and transfers this year. Join your host Michael Cotter as he talks football with Spartan head coach Latrell Scott. The Spartans will be led coach Scott, who comes to NSU after compiling a 19-4 record, one CIAA championship and an NCAA Division II playoff victory over a successful two-year stint at Virginia State. The Norfolk State football team opens its 2015 season on Saturday, Sept. 5 at Rutgers University in New Jersey. Non-conference games include matchups with Rutgers University, ODU and Marshall, all on the road. Home games include MEAC contests with Hampton, North Carolina A&T, Savannah State and South Carolina State.
Special guest Kadida Kenner, coordinating producer for Urban Sports Entertainment Group, will be joining Coach Sherri with real talk about HBCUs, sports and HBCU athletes that have taking their game to the next level. Kadida will also talk about her career in sports and advice to others interested in sports outside of being a player. We will also discuss the importance of networking and having a clear vision of what you want to do and being able to effectively communicate that to others.
Join us Monday, August 3rd at 8pmcst/9pmest to hear the story of tragedy to triumph. William Hollis will be with us to tell his story and his dream. Dial in at 323 693 3830 or logon to blogtalkradio.com/niacomplatform. Next Level Radio with Teirrany and Spence.
The story of William Hollis is more about persevering through life than it is about football. Hollis, who hopes to find his way into an NFL camp this summer, is the ultimate underdog. His story, and his determination, make him impossible not to root for.
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William Hollis may never make it in the NFL. If he does, however, Hollis has led the kind of life that someone will turn into a movie.
Hollis, 23, is a 6-foot-1, 245-pound linebacker/defensive end who last played for Tuskegee University, which plays in the Division 2 Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. He began his career at Clark Atlanta, also a member of the SIAC. To say Hollis' life has taken several detours along his road to trying to earn the attention of NFL teams is an understatement.
You don't so much interview Hollis as you simply turn on the recorder, ask him to tell his story and then just get out of the way and listen.
Hollis has played only one season of football since 2009, and that as a reserve who barely saw the field for Tuskegee in 2012. He claims the Tuskegee coaching staff there refused to play him because, though he walked on and earned a scholarship, they had not recruited him.
'I KNOW I COME FROM NUTHIN', BUT I'M NOT NUTHIN'
- WILLIAM HOLLIS
Our interview started with me asking Hollis if, considering where he is coming from, making the NFL was realistic. From there, the William Hollis Experience began.
"I think it's very realistic. I had a workout with the Toronto Argonauts going against about four different NFL-caliber tackles that played one year, two years in the NFL
Real Talk with Coach Sherri - S1 Episode 15 with special guests Sheldon Barnes "Will" and international basketball player and owner of Immaculate Training, Brandis Raley-Ross. This show discussed a players inside perspective of playing overseas and gave valuable nuggets on how to market yourself as a athlete that is interested in taking their game to the next level. Brandis is also the organizer of one of the only east coast Men's Professional Exposure Basketball Camps. Scouts from many countries come to his camp to recruit players for international teams. Listen to this episode to capture some of the valuable nuggets that were shared. You will need your pen and paper for this. Enjoy!
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Who handles rejections better? Men or women? Such as being sexually declined or denying someone an opportunity for a date.
On this episode of COCKTAIL CONVERSATION...We will analyze scenario #4 Marchless Madness
Giovanna met Floyd at the CIAA tournament last year and things became hot and heavy - mainly a lot of steamy getting self-acquainted conversations happened over the past year.
Giovanna planned to visit Floyd and had everything mapped out on how she would take him to this euphoric state and make him her man despite the distance between them. Secretly, she wanted a change and would entertain relocating from Virginia to North Carolina.
The time has arrived for her to go to North Carolina and she made a trip to Frederick’s to seal the deal. When she arrived, Floyd left a key under his rug mat for Giovanna; she prepared some finger foods and made some grand marnier chocolate covered strawberries so the table was set or it sounds like she was trying to get set on the table.
Well when Floyd arrived and Giovanna was lying across the couch, leaving nothing for his imagination. He looked at her and said I know you don’t expect anything to go down tonight? Giovanna was so pissed she got dressed and left within thirty minutes and headed back to Virginia at 10:00 p.m., a five-hour ride. How would you handle this situation?
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John Dell, Sports Columnist for The Winston Salem Journal talks about The Winston Salem State University Rams basketball team season so far and other related topics.
Pat Freeman, Sports Director at WUFO in Buffalo, NY recaps the Buffalo Bills season and gives his thoughts on the NFL Playoffs.
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Baker lettered two years in football at NSU and was an All-CIAA performer in 1963 ... Was selected in the 19th round of the 1964 NFL Draft by the Green Bay Packers, making him the first NSU and CIAA player to be drafted by an NFL team ... Baker was also the first NSU athlete to ever play professionally, with stints with the Montreal Alouettes on the Canadian Football League from 1964-69, with the New York Giants of the NFL from 1970-71, and then for multiple teams in the World Football League thereafter ... Was a 2004 inductee into the NSUAF Sports Hall of Fame.
Morris’ contribution: 127 points. His total shot attempts are lost to history, but Morris made 57 field goals, a bucket about every 30 seconds. He was 13 for 21 from the foul line, shooting underhanded “granny-style,” as required by coach Smith. Morris’ point total still stands as the second-highest nationwide for a high school player. The record, set a year earlier in 1960, is 135. Morris is one of 15 high school boys to score more than 100 in a game, according to the National Federation of State High School Associations. His 57 field goals that night are a national record.Morris holds another record from that night for which he’s not recognized: highest point total in a Virginia high school basketball game.
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