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Matthew Grant & Travis Desmond are just by the NEW Chikara Campeonatos de Parejas. Dasher Hatfield & Mr. Touchdown, collectively known as the Throwbacks. We'll talk about their title victory this past weekend and see what that does for them in the tag team top 5, along with talking Alpha-1, Chikara's return & so much more including a run down of the tag team top 5 & top 10!
Romans Chapter 11~
Paul says. God most definitely has not rejected the Jews. After all, they're his peeps. His main squeeze. His chosen crew. Paul should know. He's one of them, after all. He tells us the story of Elijah to demonstrate. When Elijah's whole community had turned against him and started worshipping other gods, God told him that it was cool. See, God still saved a few of those people for himself. A few that hadn't totally gone over to the dark side. The same is true now, Paul says. Some Jews have been chosen for salvation because God is just oh-so-nice like that. It's true. As a whole, the Jews have stumbled a bit when it comes to believing in Jesus. But Paul is careful to note that doesn't mean they've fallen flat on their faces. No sireee. Sure, they did trip over their own feet while they were supposed to be running the ball in for the touchdown. But God hasn't permanently benched them. He's just brought in the second team. Jesus came to bring God's message to the Jews. Now, because the Jews don't all believe in him, God has decided to spread his message out to non-Jews. After all, the Jews are like a tree with holy roots. Each individual person is a branch on that tree. But some of the branches have died and fallen off. In their place, God grafted on some wild olive branches that didn't belong on the tree (the Gentiles) They're growing and fitting in nicely though so it's all good.The one problem is that sometimes these new branches can get a bit cocky. But Paul reminds them not to get too full of themselves. After all, they're not the ones supporting the tree. That's a job for the Jewish roots. Anyway, they only got a spot on the tree because some of the branches fell off. They should be grateful they're even on there. God didn't go easy on the original branches. Thank you www.shmoot.com
NFL Draft Prospect
Super Regional Invitee
J.P. Douglas QB Davidson
Quarterback J.P. Douglas is an enigma NFL Draft Prospect from Davidson. He is an invitee to the NFL Super Regional Combine (March 21-22), which is a pretty stout accomplishment for a small-school kid with relatively limited amount of film.
2013: Played in 10 games on the campaign • Ran for 80 yards on 22 carries and threw for 246 more • Completed first two pass attempts of Davidson career at Dayton (10/5) • Connected on 8 of 13 throws for 73 yards and a touchdown vs. Marist (10/19) • Threw for career-high 94 yards, completing 10-of-17 passes with one touchdown, and ran for 70 yards on 14 carries at Jacksonville (10/26).
2012 (Southern): Academic All-SWAC team.
2011 (Southern): Appeared in 10 games as a freshman, completing 95 of 189 passes for 1,282 yards and 10 touchdowns.
NFL Draft Prospect
North Dakota State
Sports Network All-America second team and All-Missouri Valley Football Conference second team...Started all 16 games at running back...Set school records for all purpose yards (2,419), rushing yards (1,994) and rushing attempts (368)...Ran for 21 touchdowns, two shy of the school record...Averaged 5.4 yards per carry...Career-long 80-yard run for a touchdown to set the tone in the 34-14 win at Iowa State, where he scored a career-high three TDs and rushed for 139 yards on 17 carries and was named MVFC Offensive Player of the Week...Caught a pass in 15 of 16 games and was NDSU's third leading receiver with 30 catches for 397 yards and one touchdown...Averaged 23 carries per game as the featured back...Rushed for 100 yards in 11 of 16 games including a career-high and NDSU playoff record 227 yards in the NCAA quarterfinal win over Coastal Carolina...Threw a 16-yard game-tying touchdown pass to quarterback Carson Wentz in the fourth quarter of a come-from-behind win at Western Illinois.
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Keion Carpenter joins Joe Lisi on The Weekly Blitz. Carpenter was a standout form 1995-1998 for the Virginia Tech Hokies. He had 10 career interceptions in Blacksburg and 2 touchdowns. In 1996, Carpenter had a memorable 100 yard interception against the University of Miami.
Carpenter was a physical safety who was excellent in run support. He excelled in taking aaway the field from opposing quartebacks and led the team in interceptionns in 1997/1998.
Carpenter became an undrafted free agent in 1999 with the Buffalo Bills and made the team because of his ability to play special teams. Carpenter played with Buffalo from 1999-2001 and with the Atlanta Falcons from 2001-2005. In his NFL career, Carpenter recorded 206 total tackles with 14 interceptions and 1 touchdown.
After his playing career concluded, Carpenter created the Carpenter House which allows underpriviledged familes the opportunity to purchase affordable housing in the Balitmore, Maryland area. Carpenter is a positive role model for atheltes of all ages and is giving back the community after his playing days.
Keion has also written a book called: Covered in which he discusses his upbringing and the role of fathers in their child's lives. He speaks about Fatherlessness and the epidemic in the country today of dads not being a part of their children's lives. To purchase a copy of the book-click the link below:
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Rod Rutherford.
Rod Rutherford finished his third season on the IUP staff as a wide receivers' coach anda recruiting coordinator in 2013.
Under the coaching of Rod Rutherford in 2013, first team All-PSAC wide receiver Terrill Barnes was the first Crimson Hawk to go over 1,000 yards since Carmelo Ocasio in 2002. Barnes finished the season with 63 receptions, rushing for 1,014 yards and 8 touchdowns. Barnes went over 150 yards in three games and had a receiving touchdown in eight of eleven games.
In 2012, Rutherford was part of a coaching staff that led the Hawks to a 12-2 record and a NCAA playoff appearance.
Prior to IUP, Rutherford spent the 2009 and 2010 seasons as a graduate assistant at Pitt, coaching the linebackers and wide receivers. Rutherford was part of a Pitt team that won 10 games for the first time since 1981.
During the 2008 season, Rutherford coached the defensive backs and special teams at St. Vincent, and in 2007, he served as a volunteer quarterback coach at Pitt.
Rutherford was a two-year starter at Pitt, starting 26 games and and earning All-Big East first team honors in 2003 and second team honors in 2004. He set the school record for passing yards in a season with 3,679 in 2003.
In 2004, Rutherford signed with the Carolina Panthers as an undrafted free agent. The following season he was a member of the practice squad of the Super Bowl champion Pittsburgh Steelers. Rutherford was also a member of the 2007 World Bowl championship Hamburg Seadevils of NFL Europe.
Mind of Mansion Podcast Episode 2.21: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion continues to lament slow drafts.
Confirmation bias and selective over-fitting is behind Melvin Gordon criticism.
Kelvin Benjamin and Martavis Bryant actually didn't win in college in ways that translated to the NFL.
Mike Evans and Vincent Jackson's touchdown totals will converge in 2015.
What are Devonta Freeman's actual skills?
All NFL teams use analytics but not always rationally and consistenty.
Breaking down the fallout from Bill's acquisiiton of LeSean McCoy.
Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com.
Former Illinois running back/fullback Carey Davis joins Joe Lisi on The Weekly Bitz. Davis played from 2000-2003 and caught 114 passes for 751 receiving yards with 5 touchdowns. He also rushed for 1,012 yards and 1 touchdown on the ground.
Davis was a tough hard nosed player that played the game with intensity and heart. Davis had a blue collar attitude that epitomized the Illini team. Davis played special teams and did the "dirty" work between the tackles. He was an outstanding blocker and utilized in the passing game because of his pass catching ability. Davis was an all-around back that was the ultimate team player. He played the game with great emotion and played every down with his best effort.
Davis became an undrafted free agent in 2004 and played in the NFL from 2004-2010 winning a Super Bowl with the Pittsburgh Steelers in their victory over the Arizona Cardinals in Tampa Bay.
Hear Sonny Clark, the radio voice of the Texas Revolution with a touchdown montage of all the touchdown from the first seven home games of the IFL's Texas Revolution from the Allen Event Center in Allen Texas.
I am not NFL Network guy, or for that matter a Scott Hansen, but here is our effort
Hear Isaiah's take on the NBA All-Star weekend in New York City. Who's ready to get revved-up for the upcoming March Madness season?
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