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Scott and John continue Hour 2 with “3 Things” in honor of TB Rays outgoing skipper Joe Maddon. In this segment, Chuck Wilson joins us to invite our listeners to an upcoming Town Hall Forum “The Way You Play Matters” presented by EvenField.org. We promote the ABA debut of the Providence Sky Chiefs and finish with two compelling stories of personal challenge. Lauren Hill, who as a NCAA hoops will play her last game with a brain tumor and Raymond Sabella will take his usual seat at Brown vs Cornell after beating stage 4 pancreatic cancer. We finish this week with a final look at Pats vs Bears and look ahead to the Broncos.
The boys are back in town! Scott Cordischi and John Rooke are in studio at the same time, as Scott takes time out of his busy road schedule with the Brown Bears football program. This hour is jam packed with the week’s topics. We kick off with a recap of the World Series Game 3 win, Royals over Giants, and Eric Hosmer’s fantastic 11pitch at bat. Continuing with MLB, Joe Maddon is leaving the TB Rays, easing any concerns over competition with the Red Sox, where will he end up? The Patriots upcoming schedule reveals some concerns, but John gets the scoop on the free agent signing of Akeem Ayers. They close hour 1 with NCAA , PC’s ranking and pre-season opponent KY are discussed as well as their X factor, Ben Bentil. Scott goes off on his beloved Syracuse Orange FB and the cheating scandal.
it to the Frozen Four, with Wisconsin advancing to the national championship with a win over RIT. A blowout loss to eventual NCAA champion Boston College ended Miami's season, however, forcing the brothers to hope a similar opportunity could arise at
to 17-year-olds last year? The NFL, at 39 percent with "avid interest." Next? The NBA, at 30 percent. Next came NCAA football and basketball. Finally we arrive at MLB, which tied with Major League Soccer at 18 percent. It's the first time
replace some of the offensive oomph New England lost at the tight end position last year. The 6-foot-5, 260-pounder broke the NCAA all-time record for receiving yards in a season by a tight end with 1,352 as a junior in 2013. ”[Eric Ebron] is going to be long
anyone who came to cover a school that he loved so much. He proved it by putting me front and center on press row for the 2009 NCAA East finals at TD Garden as Boston College was the host institution. Why? Because he knew where I went to school. It was Villanova
2003 and 2004 and a championship game appearance in 2005. The 2004 title was vacated, as were the 12 wins the next season, for NCAA violations involving Reggie Bush . But listening to Carroll on Tuesday, you get the sense that what he learned from his
address accusations of major rules violations in a hearing with the NCAA next week. There have been reports for almost two years that the men ..... sleep at night.” MASHUP POLL: Will Syracuse be punished for NCAA rules violations? Yes, the basketball team finally will be exposed
1-on-1, and the Heat star agrees. Little League star Mo’ne Davis stars in a Chevy commercial directed by Spike Lee. The NCAA said she can be paid and still be eligible because she’s not yet in high school. TRIVIA ANSWER: Mark Bellhorn SOOTHING SOUNDS
calm in those situations and just walk away and let it take care of itself.” – The major professional sports leagues and the NCAA are going all out to stop legalized sports betting in New Jersey. The organizations on Tuesday filed a motion for a temporary
Garcia, who was dismissed from the team in 2011, said plenty of college players are reaping financial gains in violation of NCAA rules. With rumors swirling around Georgia running back Todd Gurley and Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston for their apparent ties to
nice running catch during the fifth inning. Former major league infielder David Eckstein reads mean tweets about himself. In an NCAA Division 3 football game Saturday, Huntingdon runs a reverse flea flicker for a touchdown against Christopher Newport. TRIVIA