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Go Local 10-25-14 Hour 2
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.
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Go Local 10-25-14 Hour 1
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.
too far away and even Matthew Stafford Detroit and Aaron Rodgers in Green Day they're gonna provide problems as well because they can all get up and on the field and score. It don't they need
PC Coach Leaman
John welcomes PC men’s ice hockey Coach Leaman for a pre-season chat, relishing in the anticipation of picking up where the Friars left off in their success of last season. They discuss the strength of depth with Gillies & Ellis in net, snipers Mauermann & Saracino and highly touted recruits Pinho & Walman.
be at this early stage disease because College Hockey people think that college basketball college football last long. College Hockey goes long I mean not only do you start before basketball but you and well after basketball is
Go Local 10-18-14
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”.
Go Local w-Lyndon Byers
John and Scott welcome back LB, former Bruin and better half of the Hill-Man Show on WAAF. He joins the conversation on the start of the Bruins season. He answers the questions of why Chara is a physical speciman, Soderberg's start and the loss of Boychuk. LB also brings up the change in the perception of the game with the advent of social media...Who knew he was a scholar?
the first. A couple of games because at least two I think layman's terms your there's very little pop in the gun right at the start. While you know are well I correct our in our ancient. Yet they aren't just because it had an
Go Local 10-11-14
It's Columbus Day weekend and John & Scott are fired up for the Patriots/Bills showdown! Scott takes a victory lap on last week's prediction win over the Bengals. They take your calls & texts over Tom Brady's possible trade/value, Brandon Browers problems and what about Brian Tyms? Special mention goes to The baby B's and PC men's Hockey team lead by Coach Leaman. The cast of Slapshot joins us for "3 Things"
this team from pillar to post him. I took a stand against Tom Brady and I meant what I said nice am by what I said okay. Did you see that type of energy. And emotion and passion he played with in the type of fiery leader he was in that game not just on the field and on the sideline. Because. That was not unnoticed by yours truly and that was exactly what I was talking about last week at this time on the show. That has been lacking from Tom Brady particularly when the you know what it's the -- for the softened when they're struggling when they're not going well instead of you that fiery leader on the sideline. Salt and and you know as we have seen. He seems to be pointing the finger at other people you know we heard Steve young and we heard Trent Dilfer beat out -- form before that Monday night game in Kansas City. And and I just I don't like it. This team.
I felt just the opposite. For him to say which he said Trent Dilfer and Ron Amadon he essentially was throwing his teammates under the bus I don't have good enough players around me. That --
URI Head Coach Jim Fleming
Scott & John welcome URI Head Coach and former Bear's Defensive Coordinator Jim Fleming to the show. They talk trash in anticipation of the 99th Governor's Cup between Brown University (0-2) and URI (0-4).
to do that he's gonna beat up -- -- brown bears. That Jim Fleming is Jim Fleming is the head coach of the you or I rams -- he rams and the brown bears this afternoon. 1 o'clock. The
Go Local 10-4-14
John Rooke & Scott Cordischi are back in studio...at the same time! They take your calls and texts on the drama surrounding the Patriots dismal performance and loss in KC, as we look ahead to Cincinnati. Frustrated listeners sound off on Bill Belichick and the Patrots apparent erosion. Is Tom Brady done and on the way out? Is it the fault of media? Tom Brady joins us for "Three Things".
lost a lot of leadership. Part of that was when they let Logan Mankins go to an egregious mistake on the part of this staff they totally overestimated what they had. On the offensive line but that's what tell us god don't get it back IN CN's Tom that's exactly right which he needs to do. But I would also say that Tom Brady is not superhuman. Like you or ride or any fan thinks that he has been. Tom Brady absolutely 110%. Feels like he has been lied to. I know this hold on let me finish and -- all okay. Go
Alex joins Scott for the final series of Red Sox Baseball for 2014 vs NYY. They look at Derek Jeter's legacy and history of the greatest rivalry in MLB. Looking ahead to 2015, they break down the prospects coming up and possible off season moves.
in the Red Sox. Sox fans about to hear your input on Derek Jeter how do you feel about Jeter here at the very end. I mean do you do you admired you applaud the guy or are you just not a big fan of news. I appreciate not just his greatness but the type of guy that he's been on and off the field for twenty years. Like I set -- -- or at Fenway Park on Sunday I would be standing and cheering. For Derek Jeter . Joining us on the line right now to talk a little bit about the Red Sox and all things baseball only covers the Sox a Major League Baseball for WB EI dot com. Al experience -- this Alex Cochran this year in Providence good morning thanks for joining us. My pleasure -- be a little bit charity. All that's OK Alex so you know we -- we've talked much obviously this morning about Derek Jeter . You are your thoughts on him and listened as a lifelong Red Sox fan I understand where we're supposed to hate the
about the Ray Rice situations in professional sports. The class in which Derek Jeter handled himself on and off the field in a market by the way that's that's not necessarily easy to it to her
yet. The only one to stand the test of time has been Derek Jeter you know Nomar broke down with a wrist I know some people question whether or not. You know performance enhancing drugs may have been a part of his career and his success and then you get a rod you know shrouded in controversy himself with PED so. You know you look back out it now and while we may have labeled Jeter a distant third in the race back then. Now in retrospect the one guy that stood the test of time Derek Jeter . -- it went very straight yes that's right -- guy who you know by virtue if we. -- -- -- -- The
Brown Univ Head Coach Phil Estes
Scott brings in Brown Football Coach Estes as they look ahead to this evening's annual Brown/Harvard matchup under the lights. Scott claims that it's the best RI sporting event he's ever been to and Coach states the 250th anniversary celebration will make it even better. They analyze the Bear's kicking game and QB abundance and how will they prepare for the Crimson.
now to talk about it a head coach to the ground university football team -- coach good morning how are you. Good morning you know on your way into the opposite already end. My backyard you
around those guys to remove -- You know to be a good football team offensively. -- Coke without the distance competitors and grinding where -- yard. We're gonna need that and wait and toward goals. The