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Tonight the Urbana Hillclimbers take on the Ben Logan Raiders for homecoming. A challenging season for the Climbers so far with a 3-3 record. Playing skilled teams like Piqua and Techumseh have left the Climbers as a 500 team. On the other front, the Raiders have not faired much better with a 2-4 record to date. The Raiders have encountered several difficult opponents including Tipp City and Bellefountaine. As the rain falls, the teams prepare for an important confrence game.
In this live commentary of a inter conference matchup we will see the (2-1) Stebbins Indians against the (1-2) Urbana Hillclimbers. This matchup will be one that shows a run heavy Indians team against the passing attack of the league in The Climbers. Which style of offense will prevail?
On tonight's brand new 14th episode of Inside the War Room we will be joined by special guest La'Velle Spivey Tight End from Urbana University. Spivey has been very active and productive player who shows soft hands and can block in both the passing attack and run game. Became the 1st Blue Knight offensive player in program history to earn NCAA D2 All-Region honors after landing on the 2nd Team.. Spivey has more TD receptions (13) than any other tight end in program history. He is a Computer Science major who has shined in the classroom and on the field.
Name: La'Velle Spivey
School: Urbana University
Position: Tight End
Height/Weight: 6ft 3in 242lbs
Accolades: All-American (BSN & USA College Football), All Region (Super Region 1), All Conference (MEC)
Stats: 40Rec 621Yds 9Td
Follow his NFL Journey to the NFL on twitter: @LS2X
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My Guest this Thursday, August 6th, 2015 at 3 p.m. PDT/6EDT on MetalSmith BenchTalk is metalsmith, artist, and educator Frankie Flood.
About: Frankie Flood is an Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee where he teaches in Foundations and is currently co-area head in Jewelry & Metalsmithing at UWM. Flood is a graduate of the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, where he received his Master of Fine Art degree in Metalsmithing.
Flood utilizes the industrial processes of machining, stamping, anodizing, and powder coating to create one of a kind functional objects. His interest in machines and tools and the influence of his working class upbringing is a source of inspiration. Flood’s work investigates one of a kind objects and their role in a world based on mechanical reproduction.
Recent National and International Juried Shows in which his creative metal work has been exhibited include: Hard & Soft exhibition, Denton, TX; Craft Forms exhibition, Wayne, PA; Display Use Only exhibition, Seattle, WA; Cheongju International Craft Biennale 2003 exhibition, Cheongju City, Korea; Innovative Tools For Personal Use exhibition (sponsored by 3M Corporation and the Society of North American Goldsmiths), Denver, CO.
In addition to being granted the George Sugarman Grant by The George Sugarman Foundation and an Illinois Arts Council grant in Craft, Frankie was recently awarded a UWM Graduate School Research Committee Award for his research in digital technology for the production of art.
For more information about Frankie and his work, visit http://www.frankieflood.com/.
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