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"The Dan Hardy Show"

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LOS ANGELES (July 2nd, 2014) - The team is back this Thursday stronger than ever with a host a great topics and interviews. Tune in as Dan Hardy brings his South-Jersey style humor and opinions to "The Dan Hardy Show" Thursdays for a thought-provoking hour.

For this week's show:


  • Join the "Nupe with the Scoop" as he asks the panel who will win more majors from this point forward Tiger or Serena? After missing the most recent cut and dropping out of the Wimbledon doubles match, will either ever win a major again? Has father time finally caught them both and will they stay around too long like other greats?


  • Now that College football is just around the corner, join him as the panel delves into the greatest running backs of all time. Tune in and here if Herschel, Dorsett, OJ or Bo make the top 5 of all time. Find out what running back tandem BIG 76, offensive lineman (Penn State) would have loved to pave the way for greener pastures!


  • Also he goes to Atlanta where Donrich brings the listeners players who made the best of second chances. This segment will cover "Stories of Redemption".


  • Hoop Scoop- A look at the most recent free agent frenzy! Who will go and who will stay put for another championship run? Are Carmelo and La La heading for Chi-town? If so, how will this move impact the Bulls chances of winning it all? With the most recent trade for Jason Kidd, is this a good or bad precedent set by the owners?


Finally, Big 76 will discuss the role of racial identity with athletes. How it affects academic performance as well as athletic performance. Tune in as he provides studies that look into multiracial categories/statistics on race and ethnicity and how identification affects student-athletes daily, especially African Americans.