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Cam Newton has made headlines around the country leading his Carolina Panthers to Super Bowl 50. It’s almost show time so we’re going to talk some X’s and O’s. Of course we’ll also talk a little off the field action too, but what will it take to win Super Bowl 50? Can Denver’s defense shut down or at least contain Carolina’s offense? Which quarterback will shine on Super Sunday? Newton or Peyton Manning? What about that Panther defense? We’ll break all down on this week’s show. David Steele, the NFL Writer for the Sporting News joins us live!
National Signing Day is February 3rd. Who will the big winners be on the recruiting scene? TSU Head Coach Michael Haywood will talk about it on Chalk Talk. And of course it is basketball season and we’re nearing the trade deadline. What should we be on the lookout for and is anyone poised to make a big move?
Speaking of basketball, what’s happening around the NCAA? The Final Four is in Houston in April. Any chance a Texas team will be in the house? All of this and more on this week’s show.
Andrew Ford from GBB, inrecruit, Upside Motor, Hoop Chalk, Today's Fastbreak and The Sports Post and probably other places joins the podcast to talk Grizz, general NBA, NBA draft and a little college basketball.
When we look at sports headlines many of think the final scores are primarily based on the physical dominance and superiority of the winners. That’s true in theory and clearly in part, but to really win at a high level consistency requires a certain state of mind and focus. I like to call it mental toughness and awareness and that all starts with individuals being good with whom they are. On this week’s show we’re going to look at some of the challenges facing elite athletes on and off the court.
How ‘bout that them Carolina Panthers and Cam Newton? Newton is a great example of how being good with yourself and clear about whom you are translates to success on the field. Why does Cam’s happiness for playing the game he loves offend so many people? We’ll look at that and more. Tennis legend Zina Garrison joins us on today’s show to talk about why it has been so difficult for an American tennis player other than Venus and Serena Williams to win a major championship. The USTA has more players in the top 100 than they’ve had in years, so why can’t they take the next step?
We will also talk about how this challenge in tennis is a challenge in other sports as well. It will be an entertaining and informative hour of sports talk you don’t want to miss!
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We'll Dance with Horses today on SADDLE UP AMERICA! with our special guest PAM GRACE. A life-long horse lover, Pam knew from the age of 4 that she was called to be a horse trainer. She remembers making chalk lines on the sidewalk to define imaginary stalls and every day she would pretend to ride an imaginary string of training horses.
Pam has ridden in most every discipline, from barrel racing to reining and polo to race horses, but dancing with horses is where she excels. She has won 87 USDF All Breed Championships.
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Our guests this morning are Kelly Stroman of the Downtown Manhattan Beach Business Association, Lauren Alexander of Dacha Interiors, Sis Noukhay of Greigh Goods and Licia Banks of Licia B. Jewelry.
Kelly Stroman is the Executive Director of the Downtown Manhattan Beach Business Association and is a regular contributor to this program. Every business in DTMB belongs to the Association, including the Farmers Market and it is Kelly’s responsibility to make DTMB an attractive place to shop, dine, play and stay. She has lived in MB for 17 years and has two teenage boys.
Licia Banks entered the jewelry business right out of high school. Beginning in sales, she gradually transitioned to Sales Closer, Manager, and ultimately a Buyer and Designer for several fine jewelry stores both in Portland, OR and Los Angeles.
Sisongfa (Sis song fa) Noukhay (Nu kai)is the owner of Greigh Goods. Sis is an American designer of Laotian and Hmong descent. Her fascination with design began early — she hand stitched outfits for her dolls and then moved on to more elaborate creations for herself in her teens.
Lauren Alexander is the owner of Dacha Interiors. Born and raised in Marin County, Lauren migrated to Los Angeles three years ago from New York to work with celebrity interior designer Kelly Wearstler as director of her flagship boutique in West Hollywood.
This morning, we’re going to talk about this weekend’s Sidewalk Sale and a few businesses that have recently made downtown Manhattan Beach their new home.
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It's a new week on BangTheBook Radio and we're going to have you prepared for all of the sports coming up this week. Host Adam Burke will recap what happened over the weekend and will break down his initial thoughts on the Super Bowl 50 line and several other key things. The first of three editions of Betting the Buckets from Cole Ryan for this week will be broadcast on today's show to recap the NBA weekend and look ahead to the great betting opportunities coming your way. David Potter of Rock Chalk Talk, the Kansas Jayhawks SB Nation blog, returns to the show to talk about Kansas's huge game tonight against Iowa State at Hilton Coliseum, as well as some thoughts on Kansas's upcoming schedule and some Big 12 observations. Kyle Hunter of HunterSportsPicks.com will chime in for the final half hour with his college basketball insight and some picks for listeners.
0:00-19:10 - Host Adam Burke recaps the weekend
19:10-27:40 - Cole Ryan NBA Betting the Buckets segment
27:40-29:20 - Wagering Angles
29:20-59:00 - Tony George, NFL betting, stories about old Las Vegas
59:20-1:24:10 - David Potter, Rock Chalk Talk & BL Analytics; Kansas vs. Iowa State, Big 12 CBB
1:24:10-1:33:00 - Burke on NHL card for January 25
1:33:00-2:05:00 - Kyle Hunter, HunterSportsPicks.com; college basketball
We are 75 days away from the Final Four weekend in Houston. This week, some of the NCAA Basketball representatives were in Houston to tout the upcoming annual event and what it means for Houston and Houstonians beyond the court. Doug Hall is the President and CEO of the local committee and joins us live to talk about all things Final Four Houston. You'll also hear from the NCAA's VP of Championships Dan Gavitt. March Madness is right around the corner and we want to make sure you're "Chalk Talk" ready!
The Houston teams have a lot of decisons to make. The Texans need some offensive help. The Rockets need help in general... and the Astros are looking to take the step toward a World Series season as spring training nears.
The AFC & NFC Championship games are set. We'll have a preview and live interview with one of our NFL experts! It's the time of year where there is a lot of movement around the NFL. Who's going where and what's next on the schedule? Check in for an update on this week's show.
And the Houston Rockets are still playing their Dr. Jekyl - Mr. Hyde role. Tune in to hear from head coach J. B. Bickerstaff after their most recent game with the Pistons. How 'bout that game Dwight Howard put together in the team's overtime loss to the Clippers? 36 points, 26 rebounds.... throw in four assists a steal and one block and you've got one heck of a game. The last time a Rocket put up those kind of numbers was 1990 when Hakeem Olajuwon had 35 and 27 vs Detroit. And only five other NBA players have put up those kind of numbers since 1990. Wow... now that's big.
It's a fun hour of sports you don't want to miss!
The Houston Texans hosted the Kansas City Chiefs in an AFC-Wildcard game. If you're a Texans' fan there are two words to describe the team's 30-0 beat down - Hot Mess!!!We'll break down what did and didn't happen in that game and preview the next week of NFL Playoff matchups.
We're nearing the mid-point of this NBA season. Who are the surprise teams and what on earth is happening with the Houston Rockets? We'll take a close look at the NBA.
A new college football champion was crowned Monday night. Find out whether Clemson or Alabama walked away with the title. Speaking of NCAA Sports, Houston will host the Final Four in 2016.
Be sure to join us, you never know who just might surpise us live! We'll see you online...it's a fun hour of sports talk you don't want to miss.
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Robby is the Owner of CrossFit Reach located in Acton, MA, one of the largest boxes in the state. In addition to running a successful gym and business, Robby has taken his love of CrossFit and helping people improve in their athletics and has started a successful online business where he coaches athletes from all over the World from as far away as Brazil, Pakistan and Australia while helping thousands of other athletes improve in their CrossFit skills through his programs. Robby also runs Chalk And Steel, a successful blog dedicated to providing coaching tips and articles to help athletes improve their performance and workouts.
We’re kicking of 2016 with more great shows, interviews, and interaction. We’ll preview the Texans vs Chiefs game; let you hear from Texans Head Coach Bill O'Brien; running back Alfred Blue, and linebacker Whitney Mercilus.
The National Championship Game is also set… who are you picking?TSU Head Football Coach Michael Haywood joins us live to talk about his staff and recruiting efforts. He'll also help us break down the upcoming National Championship Game between Clemson and Alabama.
Now that the playoffs are set, which teams do you expect to see facing off in San Francisco for Super Bowl 50? And we’re looking at New Year’s Resolutions for your favorite sports teams. If you could resolve your favorite franchise or college team to do one thing, what would it be?
Now that we’re in the New Year, it’s time to start talking baseball again. MLB training camps will be starting before you know it. So yes, a lot to get to in this first full week of 2016, but we’re up to the challenge. We hope you are too!
A very big show is on tap for Tuesday here on BangTheBook Radio. Host Adam Burke will recap his thoughts on the college football national championship game and then the focus will be on college basketball and the NFL. Thomas Beindit of BTPowerhouse, the SB Nation blog dedicated to the Big Ten, will give us some insight on that conference, including some of the big games coming up this week. Chris Schafer of Cat Crave, the Fansided Carolina Panthers blog will join the show for some thoughts on this weekend's Carolina Panthers vs. Seattle Seahawks matchup. Tim Weaver of Still Curtain, the Pittsburgh Steelers Fansided blog, will chat about Pittsburgh's matchup against the Denver Broncos this week. To wrap up today's show, David Potter of Rock Chalk Talk and blAnalytics will join the show to break down Kansas's matchup against West Virginia, some other Big 12 college hoops action, and more.
0:00-3:15 - National championship recap with host Adam Burke
3:15-26:45 - Thomas Beindit, BTPowerhouse Big Ten SB Nation blog; college basketball betting
26:45-32:30 - Burke wraps up CFB thoughts
32:30-54:00 - Chris Schafer, Cat Crave Carolina Panthers Fansided blog; NFL playoffs
54:00-58:45 - Host talks NBA and top picks for Tuesday
58:45-1:28:10 - Tim Weaver, Still Curtain, Fansided Steelers blog; NFL playoffs
1:29:00-1:56:40 - David Potter, Rock Chalk Talk Kansas Jayhawks SB Nation; college basketball betting
1:56:40-2:00:00 - Burke's top NHL bets for January 12
The Houston Texans have just about wrapped up the AFC-South Division Title. There are several scenarios that give the Texans the title, however the easiest way to guarantee the title and a trip to the playoffs is by beating the Jacksonville Jaguars at NRG Stadium on Sunday. Head coach Bill O'Brien confirmed that Brian Hoyer sucessfully completed the concussion protocal and will start for the Texans on Sunday. O'Brien also talks about the challenges the Jaguars present.
Veteran Defensive Back Jonathan Joseph is one of the cornerstones of this Texans defense. At one point considered washed up by many in the local media, Joseph is having a solid and productive season. He talks about this Texans defense and his play. Offensive Tackle Duane Brown is another veteran who has been through the ups and downs of the Texans recent seasons. He talks about having the opportunity to win the division after they way they started.
Bowl season is in full swing so we’ll look at some of the games on the schedule today. We’ll also talk about what’s ahead for some of the biggest schools with struggling programs.
Later we talk a little basketball, in particular the Houston Rockets. Hall of Famer Calvin Murphy joins us today to talk about what this teams needs to do get over the hump and tonight’s matchup with the Golden State Warriors.
All of this on today’s show plus a look at some of the biggest sports stories of 2015!
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