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On tonight's show we review the results of the final week of the regular season in CAA Football and announce our top performers from each CAA team. We'll also make our picks for CAA Offensive, Defensive, and Special Teams Player of the Week and name the CAA Players of the Year and 1st Team All-Conference players. Aaron and Brian gaze into the crystal ball to make predictions for the opening round of the playoffs and talk about other CAA champions from all of the sponsored fall sports. Guests can call in at (347) 989-8515 to talk about CAA football and any other CAA sports that pique your interest.
Doing my best to help the Lord set the brushfires of freedom in the hearts of men and to restore America, God willing, to the beacon of freedom she was meant to be.
Why is Mr. obama inserting himself - again - into a state issue? And again, doing so in a way that foments rather then settles racial tension?
What Business Does islam have inserting itself into Ferguson?
Nation of islam
Mea Culpa, Mea Culpa, the National Review article in which the nation of islam claims to have control over Ferguson was from August and does not refer to the last week's nonsense. The point remains valid though, that those groups who have gone there to foment riot need to be charged with having done so and made to pay for at least part of the damages.
Doing What's Right:
Why isn't the media asking the right questions? Questions like - Why are people denying the facts of the case? Why are outside agitators being allowed to create more trouble? Why would they want to ? And Who is taking advantage of this situation to fill their own pockets and push their own agendas? Who does such rioting serve? Certainly not the people of Ferguson, nor does it serve the black community.
Break Every Chain that is holding us back from being a free and independent people!
Nobody will ever change the condition of a people until they change within themselves. Family the burden is on us to change our behavior; to build love, trust and confidence in each other and in our people for us, then, 95% of our problems will be solved. We, as leaders must declare that we will never sell out the aspirations of our people for personal wealth, position and advancement in the society of our former slave masters and their children. We must make a covenant with our people to work and sacrifice and be willing to be the good shepherd (leaders) who will lay down our lives for our people. Let us accept our responsibility and change our behavior to that, which will make us more than comrades and brothers and Sisters, but a behavior that will make us friends and companions in the struggle for the total freedom of our people here and wherever we are found on this earth.
Our word must be our bond. When we break our word we destroy the life of this covenant or the agreement that we have made. It is absolutely necessary that as leaders we must build trust among ourselves. We can only build trust when we strive to keep our word, particularly a solemn agreement or covenant that we make with each other and with our people. I PLEDGE that from this day forward I will keep this covenant. I pledge that I will work to accomplish our mission to make our vision a reality so help me God.
Get your second helping of the FAT Crew this holiday week as they break down the Iron Bowl in all of it's redneck grandeur! The guys will discuss the horrid, painful and despicable things that they appreciate more than the Barners! Oh how we despise thee, plainsmen! We will also breakdown the SEC East and how MIZZOU & Bama can make the first FAT SECCG Classic happen and everything in the college football universe! Always remember "Barners are simple folk" & ROLL TIDE!
ST. LOUIS - As the world discussed the implications of Michael Brown's death, his mother sat alone in a plush hotel room full of people, silent, stoic and staring at her phone as she awaited word from the grand jury.
When the word came, attorney Benjamin Crump fielded the phone call. "The jury was not inclined to indict on any charges," he said.
Lesley McSpadden, Brown's mother, screamed and sobbed.
After months of press conferences and speeches and testimony before the United Nations, Lesley McSpadden now had few words. A button pinned to her chest read "Indict Now." The white knit hat with photo of her son pulled tight on her head called for "Justice for Mike Brown."
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Tara A. Owens was named athletic director of BCCC on January 18, 2010.Owens will enter her second year as the head coach of the women's basketball team. In Owens first season as head coach, the women's basketball team posted 21 wins in the season on the way to capturing the 2013-14 MD JUCO Championship. The Lady Panthers eventually felll to Harford Community College in the Region XX Championship.Before coming to BCCC, Owens spent two seasons (2007-09) as the head women’s basketball coach at Norfolk State University in Norfolk, Va.Prior to NSU, Owens served as the head coach at Elizabeth City State University for three seasons, compiling a 58-31 record and leading the Lady Vikings to the finals of the CIAA Tournament on two occasions (2005, 2007).In 2006-07, Owens led ECSU to a 21-10 record, one of two 20-win seasons during her three-year tenure. After falling to North Carolina Central in the CIAA Tournament championship game, the Lady Vikings earned an at-large berth to the NCAA South Atlantic Regional. That team was led by CIAA Player of the Year Celeste Trahan, a Daktronics Division II second-team All-American.Owens got her start in coaching at Division II Cheyney (Pa.) University. She served as an assistant coach for two seasons prior to taking over as head coach from 1998-2004. At Cheyney, Owens also held the title of senior woman administrator and project administrator/activity director for the National Youth Sports Program (NYSP).A 1993 graduate of Virginia State University, Owens played for the Trojans from 1988-1991. She received her bachelor’s degree from VSU in physical education/health and completed her master’s degree in administration and supervision at Cheyney University in 1998.Owens holds memberships in the National Association of Female Executives, Women's Basketball Coaches Association and the Black Coaches Association.
Rattle and Hum Sports Southeastern Conference Show
Hosted by Bryan Houston with guest Ces Guerra
RattleandHumSports.com host Bryan Houston is joined by the author of "Gumbo for a Tinger's Soul" Ces Guerra to look back at week 13 and ahead to week 14 of Southeastern Conference gridiron action,
The Alabma Crimson Tide took control of the SEC West with their win over Mississippi State and look for revenge over Auburn Saturday.
Mississippi State and Ole Miss square in the Egg Bowl.
Missouri hosts Arkansas on Friday, holding on to their slim hopes to winning the SEC East, while Georgia tries to nail down the division against interstate rival Georgia Tech.
Plus, LSU travels to College Station to take on the Texas Aggies.
Join Bryan and Ces LIVE at 8:30 a.m. CST to discuss.
The Lions take on the Patriots in New England on Sunday and the Chicago Bears at Ford Field on Thanksgiving Thursday. Will they play with or without Calvin Johnson, who suffered an elbow injury back in Arizona?
Michigan, Michigan State, Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan, and Western Michigan, continue their college football and basketball schedules.
The Red Wings and Pistons play on alternatively opposite nights. The Wings hit the road for 3 games against the Columbus Blue Jackets, Winnipeg Jets, and Toronto Maple Leafs, while the Pistons return home to play two games against the Orlando Magic and Phoenix Suns and then go on the road again for two more, starting with the Atlanta Hawks.
The Tigers pick up catcher Alex Avila's $5.4 million option. Plus more Max Scherzer and David Price talk from GM Dave Dombrowski.
Join @AwDarago & @LeeCrowe as they discuss the fallout from this week's Missouri at Tennessee battle. Did the Vols just become bowl eligible or are the Tigers still in the hunt for the East. Either way, you won't find anything but straight unfiltered talk. Call in at (929) 477-3322 at 11 eastern every Sunday for another edition of Checkerboard Radio!
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