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Scott Cordischi is live in studio as John Rooke calls in from the road traveling with PC Friar BB. They preview the 2014 Tip-Off Tournament at Mohegan Sun Arena where PC will face ACC foes Florida State today and Notre Dame tomorrow. Listeners give their input on that topic and the upcoming PATS/LIONS game, where not too much concern is given to Stafford but why we should be wary of Suh, “Ziggy”Ansah and the front seven. “Three Things” shines the light on local athlete Elizabeth Beisel, The URI Rams and Bryant Bulldogs among other tidbits.
John Rooke is in studio as Scott Cordischi joins us from Princeton, as he preps his Brown Bears for today’s game. They open the first hour looking at the Patriots win over the struggling NY Jets and the(not so) controversial referee action resulting in the game winning blocked kick. John goes solo in hour two, taking more of your calls, texts and tweets. Midnight Madness is back for NCAABB and Rex Ryan takes time from licking his wounds, to join us for “3 Things”.
A 6-foot-4, 275-pounder started all 13 games for Oklahoma , and was an Honorable Mention All-Big 12 Conference for the Sooners after finishing the year with 2.5 sacks and two tackles ..... having played both defensive end and defensive tackle for Oklahoma over the course of his college career. Wide receiver
Flash forward to 2010, a very good year if you were a team in the market for a tight end. In addition, to Gronkowski, Oklahoma ’s Jermaine Gresham , Miami’s Jimmy Graham, Iowa’s Tony Moeaki, Florida’s Aaron Hernandez , Oregon’s Ed Dickson ..... available that year. As a collegian, Gresham appeared to be the most pro-ready. In one season as a starter for the Sooners , he set school records for a tight end with 950 receiving yards and 14 touchdowns on 66 catches. But Gronkowski was also an intriguing
tough for the Patriots to try and get him through waivers and to the practice squad. A 5-foot-7, 167-pounder out of Oklahoma , Finch was a multidimensional threat for the Sooners — as a collegian, he had 262 carries for 1,412 yards and eight touchdowns to go with 58 receptions for 442 yards and
Oklahoma running back Roy Finch , Iowa linebacker James Morris , Bowling Green tight end Tyler Beck , Dixie State tight end Joe Don ..... touchdowns, to go along with 58 catches for 442 receiving yards and two touchdowns over the course of his career with the Sooners . An undersized back who projects as a third-down contributor at the next level, he also has some experience in special
time is 6.76, which is pretty much in line with what the Patriots look for in a defensive back. Kenny Stills: The Oklahoma wide receiver, who checks in at 6-foot, 194 pounds, had great production in his three years with the Sooners , including 204 receptions in three seasons as a collegian. (Last season, Stills caught 82 passes for 964 yards and 11 touchdowns
2010 season. 2. Ryan Broyles, WR, Oklahoma : Broyles was a four-year starter for the Sooners and holds the FBS record for career ..... sophomore. 9. Markelle Martin, S, Oklahoma St : Scouts have not seen much of Martin ..... forced him to miss Indianapolis and the Oklahoma State pro day. He had surgery on the knee following
wherever she is . 1) Bad free throw shooting. Barnes’ club made just 10-of-27 in their most recent loss to the Oklahoma Sooners - a game that they lost by 9 points. Texas is shooting 61 percent from the charity stripe, which is good for dead last