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  • 00:30

    UW-Whitewater Football in the DIII National Semi-finals

    in Sports

    In this episode of the Red Light Sports Ramble, Royal Purple sports editor Kevin Cunningham joins the show to talk about UW-Whitewater Football and preview this weekends DIII National Semi-finals.

  • 00:22

    Men in Red, Episode 3: UW basketball with FOX Sports Wisconsin's Jesse Temple

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    Jon and Drew welcome Jesse Temple of Fox Sports Wisconsin on the show this week to discuss the Wisconsin Badgers' goals as we enter Big Ten Championship week and the NCAA Tournament. What has he seen out of senior forward Frank Kaminsky through the years?

    Other, important questions are also asked, as Jesse is grilled on how he would wrangle a llama if given the opportunity, and how will forward Nigel Hayes look as the prospective top dog on offense next year for the Badgers.

  • 00:40

    Frankly Speaking: Winter Disease Management w/ Dr. Paul Koch, UW-Madison

    in Science

    In this episode, Frank speaks with Paul Koch, Ph.D., (UW-Madison) about the impact of climate on winter disease pressure and fungicide persistence, as well as the latest in traditional, alternative and cultural controls for the snow molds.

  • 00:32

    Head Football Coach Lance Leipold talks UW-Whitewater 2013 DIII Championship

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    In this episode of the Red Light Sports Ramble; Evan and Troy welcome UW-Whitewater Head Football Coach Lance Leipold to the show.  He will talk about the journey of the 2013 UW-Whitewater Football team and how they are going to prepare to try and repeat in 2014.  

  • 00:58

    The Free American & the Mighty Phoenix

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    Clay Douglas and Russell Pappalardo talk about the Protocols of the Elders of Zion..

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    Red Dawn or Martial Law Preparations?

    Jade Helm’s Purpose Defined

    “Jade Helm is a challenging eight-week joint military and Interagency (IA) Unconventional Warfare (UW) exercise conducted throughout Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California, Nevada, Utah and Colorado.”

    The term, “unconventional warfare (UW)” makes it clear that this exercise is not dealing with a Russian-backed “Red Dawn” invasion of the Southwestern United States by Russian backed Latin American partners. UW speaks to the guerrilla warfare (asymmetrical) nature of the anticipated and rehearsed conflict. Subsequently, it can be conclusively stated that Jade Helm is not preparing for a Red Dawn invasion, rather, they are preparing for a Red, White and Blue invasion. This is a massive rehearsal for martial law implementation as well as implementing the proverbial and much rumored Red and Blue List and the “snatch and grab” extractions of key resistance figures from the Independent Media as well as uncooperative political figures. The various provisions of Jade Helm make it clear just how dangerous this drill truly is.

  • 01:05

    Seattle Sin Bin episode 4 with Michael Grey

    in Hockey

    Sports radio personality and hockey officianado Michael Grey joins us to give his perspectives on Seattle as a potential NHL market. 

    We will also be joined by former UW hockey coach David Kell and former club manager Chris Stephenson to discuss the effort to turn the Huskies into an NCAA Division 1 program.

  • 01:00

    uW LIVE

    in Writing

    uW enters primetime!

  • 00:28

    SpokenHeard with Danez Smith and Susan Danez Smith version 2.0

    in Poetry

    Danez Smith is the winner of a 2014 Ruth Lilly/Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Fellowship from the Poetry Foundation. He is the author of “[insert] boy” (YesYes Books, 2014) & two chapbooks– “black movie” (Button Poetry, 2015), winner of the 2014 Button Poetry Prize, & “hands on ya knees” (Penmanship Books, 2013). He holds fellowships from Cave Canem, VONA, and the McKnight Foundation. His writing has appeared in Poetry, Ploughshares, Beloit Poetry Journal, Narrative & elsewhere. He was featured in The Academy of American Poets’ Emerging Poets Series by Patricia Smith. He is a founding member of the multi-genre, multicultural collective Dark Noise. Danez placed second at the 2014 Individual World Poetry Slam and is the two-time Rustbelt Regional Champion. In 2014, he was the Festival Director for the Brave New Voices International Youth Poetry Slam. He holds a BA from UW-Madison where he was a First Wave Urban Arts Scholar. He lives in Minneapolis, MN.

  • 02:00

    March 11th Home Court Sports Talk Show

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    We have a jammed packed show for you all TONIGHT! In addition to our hot topics, we'll be joined by Milwaukee Rufus King Lady Generals' star and UW-Milwaukee Panther recruit Akayla Hayes! Looking forward to taking your calls! Listen live every Wednesday from 7-9pm CST at www.blogtalkradio.com/homecourtsports . If you aren't around a computer, no problem! You can call (347) 945-7002 and press nothing to listen and press #1 at any time to join our discussion! Tell a friend and SHARE!

    1) Who are your top 3 NBA MVP candidates and why?

    2) Who are the top 3 centers in the NBA?

    3) Will the Milwaukee Bucks gain traction (start winning) heading towards the playoffs?

    4) With players like Percy Harvin and Andre Johnson available, are you ok with giving Randall Cobb $40m to return to Green Bay? Also, what's been the biggest surprise thus far this NFL off-season?

  • 02:16

    Sports Nerd Show-Karate Kid Episode: with guests Cameron Schultz & Lisa Johnson

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    TJ and Tim are back with another Sports Nerd Show. It's time to paint a fence and wax your cars, it's the Sports Nerd Show Karate Kid episode. The guys will cover the original trilogy with regular guest Cameron Schultz, and first time guest, Lisa Johnson from NFL Female. Lisa is also joining us to claim her prize as pick'em champion. So expect "get him a body bag!," "daniel son" and some NFL and college football talk, on this all new Sports Nerd Sho

  • 01:01

    Interview with Chancellor Charles Sorensen, UW-Stout

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    Dr. Charles W. Sorensen has had a long and productive career in public higher education, serving with distinction in three states, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin. He is in his 25th year as Chancellor at UW-Stout, and has focused sharply on promoting high quality academic programs and reaching out to the private sector in a broad range of economic development interests.  He has served on a number of statewide committees fostering economic development and most recently chaired the Research to Jobs Implementation Task Force for the University of Wisconsin System.
    Under his leadership, UW-Stout has been transformed to a digital campus.  A modern, state-of-the-art information technology network supports a vibrant laptop program, which has transformed both the teaching and learning environment.  All students lease a laptop as an admissions requirement which provides a level technology playing field for all students. UW-Stout has become a state-wide leader in online education as well, reaching 2,000 students annually, meeting the needs of the non-traditional student in Wisconsin and world-wide.
    He has supported UW-Stout’s long tradition of focused, applied education and led the effort that resulted in the UW System Board of Regents designating UW-Stout as Wisconsin’s Polytechnic University.  Under his leadership, the university, in partnership with the City of Menomonie, Xcel Energy, the Stout University Foundation, established the successful Stout Business and Technology Park. The university has earned distinction for its technology transfer efforts, headquartered in the on-campus Discovery Center.
    In 2001, the university was awarded the prestigious Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, the only full university to achieve this distinction.
    Dr. Sorensen has three degrees in history, with a doctorate from Michigan State University.