• 01:06

    NFL Preview: Buffalo Bills vs. Oakland Raiders, Packers Breakdown, Week 16 NFL

    in Sports

    After missing Monday's episode, the Hashtag Crew is ready to go with a double dose by previewing the Buffalo Bills vs. Oakland Raiders as well as a brief recap of the Bills impressive victory in their final home game of the 2014 season over the Green Bay Packers.  Check out what the Crew has to say about the Bills playoff chances and looking ahead to 2015.


    Hashtag Sports will also give their picks for Week 16 of the NFL, and who are the winners and losers for the 2014 season. 

  • 01:13

    No Huddle Radio - Packers Shuffle Off to Buffalo and... Thud!

    in Football

    Looking to win out and secure at the least the #2 playoff seed, the Packers turn in a real clunker of a game. It was a horendous, mistake filled performance in which even MVP candidate Aaron Rodgers looked more like Jay Cutler than Payton Manning. (Ouch - it hurt just to write that)


    Your hosts Jason Perone, Cory Jennerjohn and Michelle Bruton examine what went wrongfor the Packers and try to find some "pawsitives" as well.


    The gang is joined by Bart Winkler, Host of "Mornings with Bart" on K107.1 in the Fox Valley and producer at 105.7FM THE FAN in Milwaukee, who will give his views on all things Packers.


     


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    Your hosts are all writers with AllGreenBayPackers.com, an independent blog devoted to YOUR GREEN BAY PACKERS.


    No Huddle Radio is a part of the Packers Talk Radio Network, serving up enough weekly podcasts to satisfy the most fervent of Packer fans. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe over at iTunes or BlogTalkRadio.

  • 01:00

    Conversation and Poetry with Fred Whitehead

    in Poetry

    Welcome to the podcast of poetry and conversation with Buffalo poet Fred Whitehead. Fred Whitead has a poetry blog at this link. There he says: "I turned to writing poetry as a creative outlet a couple of years ago. In that time I’ve become the host of a poetry series in my neighborhood in South Buffalo, NY. I released a chapbook called songs.cradled in early 2010, an illustrated volume of poetry, Protected by Paradox in 2011 and Orbs in March of 2012. I try to write daily, if only a little. I try to read daily, as much as I can. I live daily, a lot."


    Fred also hosts Dog Ears 4th Friday Poetry Series at Dog Ears Bookstore at 688 Abbott Road, Buffalo, NY, 14220. Readings start at 7:00 PM, have slots for open readers, and are sometimes held on the third Friday of the month due to conflicting holidays/events.

  • 00:25

    Review and Thoughts of Week 15 game against the Buffalo Bills

    in Football

    In this cool and fun episode of " Talking Packers with Steve " ,  i shall be talking about and going over the Week 15 match-up against the Buffalo Bills on the Road . Will talk about all aspects of the game and what might have even went wrong at times as well for our Packers . Will also give my thoughts on Brett Favre as well and which side i stand on the Topic . IF listening LIVE , welcome to call in to the show and share your thoughts and/or asking me questions about NFL or just Packers .... Twitter handles to follow are : @Talking_Packers and @ARMY_STRONG_06 . 

  • 00:16

    Storming Off To Buffalo

    in Football

    The Packers face a tough road test in Buffalo.  Can the Defense rebound after a pathetice second half against Atlanta?  Will Eddie Lacy be recovered enough to provide a consistent ground game?  Will Buffalo native James Starks have to pick up the slack?  

  • 01:00

    Roughed up in Buffalo, the Packers drop to wildcard position.

    in Sports

    In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble; presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will talk about the Green Bay Packers loss to the Buffalo Bills.  The Packers entered this game with a five game winning streak, but have never won, in Buffalo.  The Bills came into the game clinging to hope, of making the AFC playoffs.  This was previewed as to which unit would win, the Packers offense or Bills defenese.  


    The Bills defense won the battle, from the beginning of the game.  The physical style of play held Aaron Rodgers without a touchdown pass, and forced two interceptions.  Rodgers did not recieve any help, as his receivers dropped passes, like they were hot potatoes.  The first interception was a ball that was slightly underthrown to Randall Cobb.  However, streaking down the right sideline was a wide open Jordy Nelson, that would have been a touchdown.  Later in the game, Nelson made a double move and was open again.  This time, Rodgers fired a strike but the ball hit Nelson's fingertips and fell harmlessly, to the ground.  In the fourth quarter, the Packers were driving, Rodgers fired to Jarrett Boykin and the ball deflected, into the air.  Bacarri Rambo, filling in for the injured Duke Williams, intercepted his second pass of the day.  The Packers defense did hold Kyle Orton, in check.  The Bills offense did not score a touchdown, and this game resembled the losses to Seattle and Detroit.  Marcus Thigpen accounted for the only Bills touchdown, scoring on a 75 yard punt return.  


    The Packers had one last chance, to win the game.  With 1:58 left in the game, the Packers took over, on their own 10 yard line.  However, on the first play, of the drive, Mario Williams beat J.C. Tretter and forced a fumble.  This ended the game, as a safety was awarded to Buffalo, because of the two minute fumble rule.

  • Chalk

    in Sports

    Chalk Talk with Kim is a weekly, live energetic sports talk show that goes beyond the headlines and sidelines. Each week I'll bring you interviews with players, coaches, team executives and sports leaders. 


    On today's show you'll hear from Texans coaches Bill O'Brien and Greg Godsey as well as newly re-signed QB Case Keenum. Will Case or Thad Lewis be the starting QB against the Ravens this weekend? We'll talk about it. 


    The University of Houston has a new head football coach. While Tom Herman sports an impressive resume and is coming to Houston from Ohio State, not everyone is excited about the hiring process. Hear how one former Coog thinks having someone with ties to the university on the staff will be good for the future of the program. All this and more on Chalk Talk today at noon!


     

  • 02:00

    NHL - THE RED LINE - NEW YORK

    in Hockey

    THE RED LINE - NHL TALK RADIO - LIVE FROM NEW YORK


    Live Tuesdays and Thursdays 12pm-2:30pm EST.


    Hosted and produced by Paul C. Cuthbert (@cuthbertonline) and Michael Carver (@mikecarverwfan)


    Featuring new discussions and interviews with NHL players, coaches, writers and media personalities every week!


    Weekly Featured NHL Analyst Segments:



    ROB RAY - TUESDAYS AT 12:40PM
    KEN DANEYKO - TUESDAYS AT 1:05PM
    SCOTT LAUGHLIN - TUESDAYS AT 1:30PM
    KERRY FRASER - THURSDAYS AT 12:15PM
    LIAM MAGUIRE - THURSDAYS AT 12:40PM
    DAVE MALONEY - THURSDAYS AT 1:05PM
    BERNIE NICHOLLS - THURSDAYS AT 1:30PM


    For more information and fresh columns on the National Hockey League go to www.hockeythisweek.com


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  • Cornelia Tuttle Hamilton

    in Hobbies

    The one and only Cornelia Tuttle Hamilton joins Marly on the podcast. 


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  • The Ferguson Fallout Went National

    in Politics Conservative

    It’s hard to find an uplifting angle on the events in Ferguson. Conservatives have drawn many familiar morals: that the media is ravenous for manufactured controversy, and will shamelessly exploit any tragedy to that end; that the Left will callously seize any opportunity to stoke racial tensions for political gain; that regrettable numbers of people prefer the satisfaction of rioting to the hard work of self-examination and community improvement.


    Here is the point, in a nutshell. Minorities and impoverished Americans feel screwed by the system. They feel like pawns in the hands of a massive, incomprehensible, frighteningly invasive, and callously unfeeling bureaucratic system. This, surely, is something conservatives can understand. Middle-class conservatives are angry and frustrated because they feel screwed by “the system.” Guess what? The angry residents of Ferguson (and their sympathizers) feel the same way. We may have more common ground than we realize.


     


    Rachel Lu has a PhD in philosophy from Cornell University and teaches at the University of St Thomas. Her non-academic work can be found in Touchstone Magazine, the Public Discourse and Crisis Magazine.

  • 00:19

    NFL Draft Podcast featuring Chris Humphrey, Kent State, WR

    in Football

    Bringing the next generation of tomorrows NFL stars to you today on the College2Pro.com Players Platform Show. Join host Bo Marchionte along with special gueat Chris Humphrey of Kent State. 


    Career
    • Made a catch in 22 straight games


    2014 Senior Season
    • Made 51 catches for 635 yards and five touchdowns
    • 128 career receptions ranks fifth at Kent State
    • Scored his fourth touchdown of the year and matched his career-high of nine catches versus Akron
    • Career-highs of 132 receiving yards and two touchdown catches at Bowling Green
    • Moved into 8th place in career receptions at Kent State with 106.
    • Started all 11 games



    2013 Junior Season
    • Led the team in catches (51), the ninth most among Kent State's single season leaders
    • Led the Flashes in receiving yards (613), the most yards by a Kent State player since 2010
    • Earned Academic All-MAC Honorable Mention
    • Team high seven catches for 73 yards against Buffalo
    • Career high nine catches for a career high 106 yards including his third touchdown of the year at Ball State
    • Led the team with five catches for 47 yards at Penn State, marking the third time in four games with at least four catches
    • Led the team with 84 yards receiving on four catches including a 42-yard touchdown catch, his second touchdown in as many games against Bowling Green
    • Gained a career-high 88 yards receiving on six catches and caught his first career touchdown pass in Kent State's 17-10 victory over Liberty
    • Totaled 74 yards on kick returns

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