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Former Heisman Trophy Winner and 1st round draft pick Andre Ware joins the show to break down the Texans training camp to this point. We talk about the Quarterback situation; the Texans Offensive Line and offensive challenges as well as the high hopes for the defense. Ware gives his take on what this Texans team can do. Former Astros player and current front office executive Enos Cabell gives us an update on the MLB pennant races in particular looks at the status of the Houston Astros. Later in the show first year Unversity of Houston Football Coach Tom Herman talks a little Cougars training camp.
Exclusive life lessons from the world's most popular football player and social media giant Cristiano Ronaldo.
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Football is the most popular sport in the world. According to statistics, football spectators number 3.5 billion, spanning across Europe, Australia, Asia, Africa and North and South America. It might even be a good bet that football is watched by those living in the polar region.
Among the current generation of football players, Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the most, if not the most, popular. The 30-year old Portuguese athlete was born in Madeira, Portugal, one of the four children of working class parents. Although his early years were full of hardship, Cristiano Ronaldo today is one of the highest paid sportsmen in the world. His rise to success can teach us a thing or two about achieving our dreams.
Find your passion
Passion for what we do certainly matters. Some even consider it as an investment in a chosen career. Although we might not go to the extent of skipping meals like Ronaldo did, passion certainly allows us to bring more of “us” into an endeavor. It makes us more creative, energized, confident and persistent – qualities that contribute positively to the path of success.
Talent + Hard Work = Greatness
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Recapping Super Bowl L, our reaction to the 2016 HOF class and latest NFL news.
Opening show, 2nd try. We will discuss the shows purpose and talk a little football
On the inaugural "Not That Drunk" podcast, Ted Flint and Jared Smith break down Iowa State's game against Texas, rant about OU's loss to Kansas and Ted's Twitter Bracket Challenge. Of course this is all accomplished in a drunken stupor immediately following the game. If you want advanced statistics, in depth breakdowns or instant, hard-hitting analysis, this may not be the podcast for you.
Join us in the future for alcohol infused emotional reaction to major events like the Big 12 Tournament, NCAA Tournament, and eventually Cyclone Football.
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We're less than a week away from pitchers and catchers reporting and we're super-psyched. This week we'll be covering the NL Central division and the flurry of transactions that will surely bring a lot of excitement for some and a painful year ahaed for others.
Our special guest will be Joe Lemire, sports writer at @Vocativ. Joe was also a part of @SINow, @USATODAYmlb, @WSJSports, @NYTSports
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Join UIF founder Tim Ray and his guest Dr. James Millhouse as they discuss Creating winners int he game of life.. intentions in the world of sports psychology on UI Radio.
Dr. Millhouse has been in private practice as a Clinical Sport Psychologist in the North Atlanta area since 1987. He has been with the Olympic Committee since 1985, served as the Sport Psychologist for Georgia Tech for 10 years while remaining a consultant and has taught Sport Psychology at Georgia State University, Auburn University and Michigan State University.
Dr. Millhouse holds a Ph.D. in psychology from Michigan State University with specialty areas in counseling and clinical psychology, health psychology and human performance.
Although Dr. Millhouse is licensed to provide intensive psychotherapy most of his time is devoted to teaching mental skills to athletes. Athletes use the mental skills to reach higher goals, become more consistent, improve at a faster rate and more easily enter the Zone. He has worked with amateur and professional athletes in most sports including golf, tennis, football, baseball, softball, basketball, hockey, boxing, gymnastics, skating and soccer.
Learn more about how to create focused goals called intentions at unitedintentions.org
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We’re all stuck in the doldrums of the winter season . . . now WITHOUT football . . .
. . . but, on this “relaxed” Frat House Saturday program Frat House Mike will put wrap-up any loose ends on Super Bowl 50 and that includes going back and giving a listen to both our Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos representatives Steve Buckner and Jake Marsing from our Frat House Sports’ NFL Super Bowl 50 Special which aired just four hours before kick-off last Super Bowl Sunday.
On this “relaxed” Saturday we’re joined LIVE from Chicago by J.T. Thomas of JT Live Sports Reports to chat about the Chicago Bears and Matt Forte parting ways; might Alshon Jeffrey be next; what’s next for the Bears in the off-season; his take on the Super Bowl; and, the upcoming season for the Cubs.
Finally we continue our two-week observance of Frat House Sports’ Speedweeks with both NHRA and NASCAR starting their engines this weekend as we were joined on Thursday night’s Frat House Sports Show by Christian Koelle of NASCAR News Source talking about all the ownership, rules and procedural changes quickly made in NASCAR this week.
So, we might be in the doldrums, but there’s another great “relaxed” Frat House Saturday coming your way at 2 p.m. ET and, what the heck, don’t be afraid to call-in: 347 – 826 – 9964