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This episode we cover the vote for Speaker of the house and we talk about those 25 members that would not support him... We will talk about Congressmen Mooney, McKinley and Jenkins from West Virginia and how obviously they want in the Establishment and how they supported him. We also listen to a clip of Louie Gohmert speaking on the defection of those 25.
Redshirt senior cornerback Ishmael Banks is preparing to make his way to the NFL after wrapping up his college career. Playing against Kevin White alone in practice should help be a good indicator have his skill set for the game.
Banks is a solid prospect with good hips and is not afraid to lower his shoulder and be a factor in the run game. A slight hamstring pull limited him during his Pro Day which is always a negative for the player, but does not mean he won't be ready when the NFL comes calling.
Join host Bo Marchionte and special guest Ishmeal "Icky" Banks on the College2Pro.com Players' Platform Show.
Some people are born to translate life's struggles and beauty into art with every ounce of their own lives. T. Paige Dalporto is one such person. He brings the heart and soul of West Virginia to life though his acting, music, poetry and impressionistic photography. He also can often be found alongside other activists at events being held to stop mountaintop removal and other environmental destruction, such as the annual Stop The Kaboom Festival.
Talkupy with Annie Lindstrom welcomes T. Paige to the show on Tuesday, January 27 at 8 p.m. ET. We'll get an update on his most recent projects, books, photos and poems, and listen to a few of his songs.
For more information on T. Paige go to his Facebook page, photography web site or ReverbNation page .
A two year starter at Lackawanna before establishing himself as a anchor to the Mountaineers offensive line.
Glowniski is a force on the field and is preparing for his Pro Day to impress visiting NFL Scouts.
The quarterback situation for the Mountain West schools is up in the air for nearly every school. So far during spring practices and only a few of the jobs have been settled with the most being decided in fall camp. Jeremy and Chris are back to discuss these quarterback battles and other spring musings.
Is it quite possible that New Mexico has the best quarterback situation, at least with returning talent and experience. Utah State has an argument for that as well but that only matters if Chuckie Keeton can stay healthy and that is not likely going off of his history. Maybe it is Air Force who has Nate Romine under center and while he didn't start last year, he did see time in nine games in 2013.
As of now Boise State, San Diego State, San Jose State, UNLV (but they are close), Hawaii, Wyoming, Colorado State and Fresno State have not officially announced who their starting quarterback will be.
Quarterback play will be a key issue in deciding the Mountain West next year, which is an obvious statement but this year it is important due to the amount of turnover.
Today will be the premier broadcast for Polita-Chat West Virginia. In this episode we will be discussing Joe Manchin's comments to the new GOP run legislature in Charleston. As well as How and Why we currently are seeing higher electricity prices in West Virginia.
Tonight Social Security abuses in Puerto Rico and yes, by our own COngress. Amazing. Also, was our constitution based on the Iroquois Indian constitution? More on Iceland, Monsanto, and will water be the next valuable commodity? Always an interesting perspective on everyday issues.
Jeremy and Chris are back to preview the Mountain West teams in the tournament with our latest show. We will for sure talk about Wyoming taking on a possible under seeded Northern Iowa team and a St. John's team which San Diego State will face.
We also will discuss Boise State's game that may or may not be in progress at the time of this show for their game against Dayton in the First Four, and if they win a look ahead to their game against Providence.
Wyoming and San Diego State play on Friday with the Cowboys tipping at the very early hour of 10:40 a.m. local time in Seattle. The Aztecs get a reasonable tip at 9:40 p.m. local time.
Also, to make everything 100 percent clear, we are biased against your team. Well not this time as we want the Mountain West to do as good as possible.
We bring back our football podcast and barring a vacation or scheduling issue we will have a show weekly from now until August and then going twice a week through bowl season.
The first show back has us interviewing three-star linebacker commit Alec Simpson who has verbally pledged to play at Nevada. Simpson was receiving interest from BYU, Oregon and Wisconsin. The Wolf Pack were his only offer but he likely will be pursued in the fall during his senior year.
The rest of the show will focus on Utah State's spring game with our Aggies contributor Parker Roberston who was at the spring game. We will go over the highlights and what should be expected from the quarterback position and the team overall.
Of course expect some wackiness in our first show back.
Also, to make everything 100 percent clear, we are biased against your team.
Tonight: Outstanding final in basketball and a few thoughts on the boys who played, the Supreme Court and Citizens United, and examples of money corrupting. Also,the California water shortage and Nestle Bottling Company; a shining example of corporate welfare, and my take on the situation in California , Iceland, and the Federal Reserve. Always an interesting perspective on everyday issues.
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