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Just Another Manic Monday Ever been told by your mom that you should meditate? Exercise? Cut down on social media? Every (Manic) Monday, your three beautiful hosts, Marla, Nicole, and Sophie, take on an “extreme” weekly challenge that will allegedly improve our quality of life, or at the very least, make some interesting stories. Listen in weekly to hear about the trials and tribulations of balancing these challenges with college living!

This podcast is created in association with WTBU Radio. Visit wtburadio.org for more.
The Rhyme Report Boom bap music never dies! Hip Hop has undergone many changes in the past 30 years, DJ Ant One puts together the building blocks along with music from new artists that need to be on your radar. We present this radio show style, like a grimy late night college radio show from the mid 90s. Your weekly dose of hip hop.
Wild About Utah Wild About Utah is a weekly nature series produced by Utah Public Radio in cooperation with Stokes Nature Center, Bridgerland Audubon Society, Quinney College of Natural Resources, Cache Valley Wildlife Association, Utah State University and Utah Master Naturalist Program - USU Extension. More about Wild About Utah can be found here . Utah is a state endowed with many natural wonders from red rock formations to salt flats. And from desert wetlands to columns of mountains forming the basin and range region. When we look closer, nature is everywhere including just outside our door. Hear the wonders of Utah: plants, animals, geologic formations; ancient, present; terrestrial, avian and aquatic. Brought to you by the Moab Area Travel Council .
‎Saturdays Are for The Sports Spencer McLaughlin's weekly 30-minute sports talk show, streaming live on Mountaineer Radio at Eastern Oklahoma State College 93.1/104.9FM every Saturday from 10-10:30amCT. Subscribe to the podcast to catch bonus content for every show! https://ratethispodcast.com/satsports
‎Rev 89 Productions REV 89 is Pueblo's live and local college radio station broadcasting from the CSU Pueblo campus. All podcasts are a REV 89 student media production.
‎Pacific Rim College Radio Conversations with experts of holistic wellness and sustainable living practices!
‎69 Whiskey Military Veteran Eric "The Soldier" Weinstein began 69 Whiskey as a college radio show on 107.7 The Bronc. Now while we are all locked in doors the veteran that loves to have a good time is gonna bring the party to you. Along with new Co-host Matt this dynamic duo covers topics ranging from drink recipes, entertainment, and of course, your favorite positions ;) This is 69 Whiskey as it should be, raw, uncensored, and unapologetic
‎Simultaneous Catch Two "passionate pals" who love to talk football. Long, long ago started as a college radio show, now revamped as a weekly podcast. Dive into the mindsets of Adam and Josh as they explore the news of the league and break down all the weekly happenings of the National Football League
Thompson 2 Clark - A Giants Podcast BSPN is the home of Bay Area sports podcasts including Thompson 2 Clark: A Giants Podcast, featuring Brad Evans and Garrett Gonzales, two longtime college buddies who have been following the San Francisco Giants since the early 80s.
BSPN is also now the home to the audio version of The Red & Gold Standard Podcast covering the San Francisco 49ers. Matt Llewellyn and Zach Hernandez are your hosts.
Also debuting on BSPN is a brand new Golden State Warriors podcast called The Death Lineup. There will be more to come.

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The Best Episodes of CBS Radio Mystery Theater Listen now to some of CBS Radio Mystery Theater's most memorable and intriguing episodes curated specifically for the lover of all things mystery. These timeless tales of murder, horror, and crime were first broadcasted in the 1970s as part of a radio drama series that captured audiences of all ages. We hope you can agree that these episodes are the ones that keep you listening, and make you remember sitting on the floor of your living room as a kid waiting for your favorite radio show to come on. Vurbl The Best of Old Time Radio
The Best Old Time Radio Episodes of All Time Before the television, the radio was the primary medium for news, entertainment, and every kind of narrative. While the boom of television didn't render the radio obsolete, the golden age of radio narratives was replaced by sitcoms, variety shows, and network news shows. Relive the heyday of radio with Vurbl as we bring you the best old time radio episodes of all time from classic shows like Dragnet, Command Performance, and Fibber McGee and Molly. Vurbl The Best of Old Time Radio
Audio of the Best Episodes of The Adventures of Nero Wolfe | Old Time Radio Nero Wolfe, but mostly his assistant, Archie Goodwin, investigate complex cases that plague the crime-ridden streets of Los Angeles, that is, when Nero bothers to venture away from his enormous armchair and well-stocked beer collection.Together, they sleuth around for evidence and interview witnesses to restore justice, proving that the powerful duo has the prowess to find and hold criminals accountable. Tune in and find out how Nero Wolfe and Archie Goodwin use their magic for good. Vurbl The Best of Old Time Radio
Audio of the Best Episodes of Philo Vance | Old Time Radio Written by S.S. Van Dine in the early twentieth century, Philo Vance is a New York aristocrat who revels in solving crime with the help of several other characters in 12 novel series. The book's popularity led to it eventually being adapted into movies and radio shows. Early versions of the radio drama starred Jose Ferrer as our main protagonist, however, the most time-honored radio series ran from 1948 to 1950 with Jackson Beck portraying Vance. Below are nine episodes that are sure to make you question who the real killer of each case might be. Vurbl The Best of Old Time Radio
Audio of the Best Calling All Cars Episodes | Old Time Radio Originating on the West coast over the Columbia Broadcasting System and aired in 1933, this police-drama sponsored showcased a gritty and dramatic crime, the actors at play, and how justice was served in the end. Each episode was dramatization of a true crime story, how each crime was solved and justice served. With Sergeant Jesse Rosenquist at dispatch, anything is possible in the world of crime. Vurbl The Best of Old Time Radio
Audio of the Best Boston Blackie Episodes | Old Time Radio The Boston Blackie radio series starred Chester Morris and began June 23, 1944 on NBC as a summer replacement for The Amos 'n' Andy Show. Based on the character written by Jack Boyle, Blackie was a safecracker who served time in prison and became a detective after his release. Each episode features Blackie trying to solve crimes with his sidekick Shorty and his girlfriend Mary Wesley. He often butts heads with Inspector Faraday, a detective who is always suspicious of Blackie but sometimes uses his expertise to solve cases. On April 11, 1945, Richard Kollmar took over the title role. Over 200 episodes of this series were produced between 1944 and October 25, 1950. Vurbl The Best of Old Time Radio
Audio of Best Episodes of Suspense | Old Time Radio Mysteries are tales as old as time, thrilling us at every twist and turn and leaving us gasping for breath at the last minute. There are few better ways for suspense to be built and held than when it is narrated by some of Hollywood's most famous actors. Enjoy some of the best episodes of the Golden Era's heralded "Suspense," and prepare to be hooked on each story until the very end. From Van Heflin to Peter Lorre; from Agnes Moorehead to Margaret O'Brian, listen to the thrillers and mysteries that've unsettled audiences for 22 years. Vurbl The Best of Old Time Radio
Audio of Best Alfred Hitchcock Radio Shows Fan of the greatly eerie movie The Birds? or just a fan of Alfred Hitchcock? Well, this is a playlist for you. Curated by Vurbl, this playlist features audio from interviews with the great Alfred Hitchcock about his captivating films to radio horror theatre that the man himself help produce. Listen now to be memorized by the words of Alfred Hitchcock. Vurbl The Best of Old Time Radio
10 Best Episodes of The Adventures of Philip Marlowe Raymond Chandler's famous character gets a voice in this 195-episode radio-adaptation of the emerging hardboiled detective genre. Listen to the blunt, often-brooding, rarely-deceived, and never-discouraged Marlowe make a buck off combating crime on the gritty streets of late-40's LA. He and Danger have a love-hate relationship: whether he's just closed a tough and taxing case or gone for a sandwich next-door, you never know where a life needs saving next, nor even his own. But the pay is good, worth the people he has to go through to get it, and his message gets clear across: "Get this and get it straight. Crime is a sucker's road, and those who travel it wind up in the gutter, the prison, or the grave." Get a heavy dose of suspense with this selection of the best written, best performed, and most unique episodes of the series. Vurbl The Best of Old Time Radio
The 10 Best Episodes of Rocky Jordan Rocky Jordan is many things, and a man with consistent good luck is not one of them. There's always a woman, there's always a murder, and there's always a chance that Jordan isn't going to make it out alive. Cairo, Egypt can be an unforgiving place, and the Cafe Tambourine -- the restaurant owned by Rocky Jordan -- seems to be the home of the forgotten men of the world looking for trouble and a drink. Some are even looking for Jordan himself. Join Rocky Jordan as he tries to solve daunting mysteries all over Cairo, dodges dames with an appetite for trouble, and tries not to get snuffed out at every step all while running the Cafe Tambourine with Chris, his trusted bartender, and confidant. Vurbl The Best of Old Time Radio

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Sports Sitdown Open - will NFL come down on Watson? Hosts Mike Damergis, Scott Taylor and Charles Coplin discuss the Deshaun Watson debacle as the sex-crazed quarterback is given a six-game suspension .

On Monday, Watson was suspended for six games this season for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy in private meetings with massage therapists while he was with the Houston Texans.

The NFL had asked Sue L. Robinson, the former judge hired by the NFL and its players union to decide on Watson's punishment, for a suspension covering the 17-game regular season and the playoffs.
Sports Sitdown Seg 2 Deshaun Watson fallout On Monday, Watson was suspended for six games this season for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy in private meetings with massage therapists while he was with the Houston Texans.
The NFL had asked Sue L. Robinson, the former judge hired by the NFL and its players union to decide on Watson's punishment, for a suspension covering the 17-game regular season and the playoffs.
Sports Sitdown - Notre Dame looking for a home, Cowboys a money-making machine Hosts Mike Damergis, Charles Coplin & Scott Taylor discuss how the Dallas Cowboys named most valuable sports franchise at $7.64 billion. Jerry Jones has said he would never sell the Dallas Cowboys. If he ever changed his mind, Sportico has it valued at $7.64 billion, making it the most valuable franchise across all sports.
#75 Judy Worsley and David Berkshire on Presence, Causative Factors, and Natural Order Judy Becker Worsley and David Berkshire return for another episode and a deeper dive into the Worsley Five Element lineage.
Judy continues to share with us the impact on her life of the philosophies of the Five Elements system and how it has always served as a compass for her. The teachings of JR Worsley, that she and David continue to passionately share, help to liberate practitioners from the brainwashing of society, including the fallacy that by labelling people, we better understand them.
Foundational to JR’s teaching are the practices of humility, curiosity, and presence. These not only are hallmarks of impactful practitioners of medicine but also of practitioners of life as they help the individual transform into state of freedom and peace.
We also explore more technical details of Five Element medicine, especially through an examination of the differences between constitutional factors and causative factors. And we conclude with the power of Five Elements in helping us to better understand the natural order of all.
Judy Becker Worsley has been a devoted student of Professor JR Worsley since 1973, and was designated by JR to succeed him as Master of the lineage upon his death. Prior to his death, they founded the Worsley Institute, which is dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the Worsley Five Element Acupuncture tradition that is rooted in natural law.
Joining Judy in this episode is David Berkshire, President of the Worsley Institute, located in Portland, Oregon, where David also has a busy clinical practice.
Please enjoy this episode of Pacific Rim College Radio with Judy Becker Worsley and David Berkshire.

Episode Links:
Worsley Institute
Learning Links:
School of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine at PRC
Online Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine courses at PRCOnline
Student Clinic at PRC
Mike Damergis Joins Donnie Rightside and Kevin Walsh On The Money Line David Ortiz enters Cooperstown despite testing positive for steroids in 2003
#74 Bill Porter on the Dance of Translation, Finding Hermits in China, and Impacting Millions I waited a very long time to have this discussion with Bill Porter, and it was well worth the wait. Bill is a prolific writer and adventurer, and also, under the pen name of Red Pine, a renowned translator of ancient Chinese works from Cold Mountain to Lao Tze.
Bill has written and translated dozens of books over many decades, and his radio shows in China were tuned into by millions a day. Those shows featured the accounts of his ambitious adventures, including travelling the length of the Yellow River from its mouth to its source. Bill also sought out and found hermits living in the mountains of China, and his book, Road to Heaven, has sold over 2 million copies in China and is credited with helping to revive the Taoist hermit tradition there. We spend some time talking about not only Bill’s adventure in finding hermits, but also hermit life, then and now.
Bill continues to translate today, still as Red Pine and is nearing completion of a new book of poetry. We talk about how he acquired his name Red Pine and his inspiration for translating in the first place.
Bill is a fascinating interviewee, having interviewed hundreds of guests himself on a radio show in China, and has lived a life of incredible cultural explorations and the subsequent sharing of their details. His storytelling is superb, and his material endless.
I have no doubt that you will enjoy this episode of Pacific Rim College Radio with Bill Porter.

Episode Links:
Red Pine Facebook page
Learning Links:
School of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine at PRC
Online Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine courses at PRCOnline
Student Clinic at PRC
60 Years of Doc and Mama Roc, Ralph and Judy Anttonen On June 9, 2022, “Doc and Mama Roc” Ralph and Judy Anttonen celebrated 60 Years of Marriage. On this special edition of Scholastic Transmission, Shane interviews Doc and Mama about their long and storied union and the many highs and lows they have experienced together. From poor beginnings to new horizons in Millersville, PA, raising a family, crafting a legacy at Millersville University and 91.7 WIXQ, an unimaginable tragedy that rocked their world, and forever shaping the lives of many within their community - Doc and Mama reveal all while cherishing their love, commitment, and dedication to one another. Follow Scholastic Transmission all across Social Media at @CollegeRadioPod and be sure to share the Podcast with anyone that loves College Radio!
Episode 60, Part 2: Mid-Atlantic Meteorologist Matt Ritter Doc and Shane return for the second of a two-parter with Mid-Atlantic Meteorologist Matt Ritter. On Part 2, Matt discusses his 30 year career in meteorology - including his 20 year stint with WGAL News 8, his switch to radio working for WTOP-FM in Washington, D.C., and his pending journey with The National Weather Desk. Matt also provides advice for current and future Meteorology students, College Radio DJs, and his love for the live music scene in Lancaster/Central Pennsylvania. Follow Scholastic Transmission all across Social Media at @CollegeRadioPod and be sure to share the Podcast with anyone that loves College Radio!
Episode 59: Coming Out of Your Shell Through College Radio Doc and Shane talk about the purpose College Radio serves for students to develop the interpersonal skills they will use for the rest of their lives - no matter how open or introverted one may be. Doc and Shane discuss various factors that may determine how much a student opens up - including their programming slot, the amount of DJs at the station, and the size and location of the studio on campus. Follow Scholastic Transmission all across Social Media at @CollegeRadioPod and be sure to share the Podcast with anyone that loves College Radio!
Episode 60, Part 1: Mid-Atlantic Meteorologist Matt Ritter Doc and Shane are joined for the first of a two-parter by longtime Mid-Atlantic Meteorologist, Matt Ritter. On Part 1, Matt discusses life growing up and his ever-growing passion for music and the weather in his youth. Matt details his days in College at Millersville University and the profound impact his peers within meteorology and the radio station, WIXQ, had on him - and an appreciation for the confidence College Radio provided him to establish an on-air personality that he would later use for over 30 years within television and radio. Follow Scholastic Transmission all across Social Media at @CollegeRadioPod and be sure to share the Podcast with anyone that loves College Radio!
Episode 56: Forming Friendships Through College Radio Doc and Shane get philosophical this week on the podcast, as they talk about how friendships form at the College Radio station. Whether they are temporary or long-lasting, friendships can have an impact on the students and the radio station as a whole – especially if the once sturdy bond goes sour. Follow Scholastic Transmission all across Social Media at @CollegeRadioPod and be sure to share the Podcast with anyone that loves College Radio!
Episode 57: Growing Your Station on Campus, featuring Daniella Singleton In celebration of the ten year anniversary of 91.7 WIXQ’s “Marauder Ball” dance, Doc and Shane welcome former College Radio Station Manager Daniella Singleton to Scholastic Transmission. Daniella discusses her embarrassing introduction to College Radio which fortunately led her to falling in love with her station at Millersville University. From there, she did everything in her power to grow it through on-air advertisements, campus promotions, the rise of social media, and coming together with her fellow staffers to create events like the Marauder Ball. Follow Scholastic Transmission all across Social Media at @CollegeRadioPod and be sure to share the Podcast with anyone that loves College Radio!
Episode 58: The Solace of College Radio, featuring Shannon Sisson Doc and Shane are joined by the final Station Manager under Doc’s advisement of Millersville University’s 91.7 WIXQ, Shannon Sisson. Shannon discusses how the College Radio station continuously shaped her entire college career - from the time she joined WIXQ and all throughout her journey as a leader of the station. Shannon also discusses her role as an ambassador for College Radio Day, why WIXQ was so much better than other campus Communications clubs, and Doc’s retirement as WIXQ Advisor. Follow Scholastic Transmission all across Social Media at @CollegeRadioPod and be sure to share the Podcast with anyone that loves College Radio!
#73 Elham Ansari on Ayurvedic Nutrition In this episode Elham Ansari takes us on a millennia-long journey inside of Ayurvedic medicine. In expert fashion, she distills down what can be a dauting philosophy to make pragmatic into a practice that anyone can adopt into their daily routine.
We spend a lot of time covering Ayurvedic nutrition, from the exotic to the local, including animal-based food medicine. We also discuss other aspects of Ayurveda including marma points, which are similar to acupuncture points, and other therapeutic tools, and the philosophical foundations of Ayurveda, including the doshas and elements. From within this philosophy, we find the spiritual roots of Ayurveda and how it applies to our personal journeys in this life, the scientific roots that allude to genetics and DNA long before those terms existed, and the similarities to other traditional medicines.
Elham has been an instructor of Ayurveda at Pacific Rim College for nearly a decade and has been in practice far longer. She studied under the renowned Ayurvedic practitioner Vasant Lad, and we talk about how that experience impacted her. Her Ayurvedic nutrition courses and clinics at PRC are all live online and thus her teachings and therapies can be accessed from around the globe.
Please enjoy this episode of Pacific Rim College Radio with Elham Ansari.

Episode Links:
elhamansari.com
10 Opposite Pairs of Attributes
Learning Links:
School of Holistic Nutrition at PRC
Holistic Nutrition courses at PRCOnline
Student Clinic at PRC
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Episode 55: Marijuana and Debauchery in College Radio Happy 4/20! Doc and Shane celebrate by trading stories about Marijuana’s influence in and out of their College Radio station. In addition, Doc also talks about the history that sex, parties, and alcohol played during his four decades as a College Radio station advisor. Follow Scholastic Transmission all across Social Media at @CollegeRadioPod and be sure to share the Podcast with anyone that loves College Radio!
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Episode 54, Part 1: 90.3 WESS Station Advisor Dr. Rob McKenzie Doc and Shane are joined for the first of a two-parter by Advisor to East Stroudsburg University’s 90.3 WESS, Dr. Rob McKenzie. On Part 1, the MTV U Woodie Award winning Advisor talks about his days in College Radio as a History Major at Millersville University’s 91.7 WIXQ, where he held both the Sports Director and Educational Program Director positions on the station’s council - to which Doc proclaims him to be "the consummate Educational Program Director" due to his body of work intertwining the town and gown through WIXQ's Campus Roundtable program. Follow Scholastic Transmission all across Social Media at @CollegeRadioPod and be sure to share the Podcast with anyone that loves College Radio!
Episode 54, Part 2: 90.3 WESS Station Advisor Dr. Rob McKenzie Doc and Shane are re-joined by Dr. Rob McKenzie, Station Advisor for East Stroudsburg University’s 90.3 WESS. On Part 2, Rob discusses his advisement of California State University, San Bernardino's KSSB (now known today as Coyote Radio) and for the past 30 years, WESS – where he used Doc Roc and his WIXQ roots to build the foundation of both stations. Rob also talks his disdain for automated radio and the alternatives to replace it - and of course, winning the 2014 mtvU Woodie Award for Best College Radio Station. Follow Scholastic Transmission all across Social Media at @CollegeRadioPod and be sure to share the Podcast with anyone that loves College Radio!
Episode 53: Relying on Your College Radio Station Constitution Doc and Shane discuss the necessity of having a Constitution in place for your College Radio station to not only build off of and shape the station's future, but for the students to use as a tool to know their rights and privileges as DJs and staff members of the station. Follow Scholastic Transmission all across Social Media at @CollegeRadioPod and be sure to share the Podcast with anyone that loves College Radio!
Episode 52, Part 2: Atlanta Hip Hop Mogul Jayforce Atlanta Hip Hop Mogul Jayforce returns for Part 2 of his interview with Doc and Shane, discussing his move to Atlanta after college and building his brand - where he's worked for ABC News, NBC News and SiriusXM Radio - all while simultaneously staying true to himself and creating connections around the globe. Jayforce talks about how he identified the need to create his own brand over 30 years ago at Millersville University's 91.7 WIXQ, and gives advice to future generations on how they can make themselves stick out when the world is so media driven and accessible in today's climate. Follow Scholastic Transmission all across Social Media at @CollegeRadioPod and be sure to share the Podcast with anyone that loves College Radio!
Episode 52, Part 1: Atlanta Hip Hop Mogul Jayforce Doc and Shane celebrate one year of the podcast with a two-part interview featuring Atlanta Hip Hop Mogul and former College Radio Station Manager, Jayforce. On Part 1, Jayforce talks about his Philadelphia roots and the role Urban Music played in his life when coming to Millersville University and their College Radio station, 91.7 WIXQ. Jayforce discusses his determination to grow the footprint of Hip Hop in Lancaster County as WIXQ’s first Urban Music Director – and did so by speaking to city schools and bringing kids into the station, turning them into local celebrities and getting more eyes on WIXQ in the process. Follow Scholastic Transmission all across Social Media at @CollegeRadioPod and be sure to share the Podcast with anyone that loves College Radio!
#72 Judy Worsley and David Berkshire on JR Worsley, the Spirit of Acupuncture Points, and Awakening the Senses Judy Becker Worsley has been a devoted student of Professor JR Worsley since 1973, and was designated by JR to succeed him as Master of the lineage upon his death. Prior to his death, they founded the Worsley Institute, which is dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the Worsley Five Element Acupuncture tradition that is rooted in natural law.
Joining Judy in this episode is David Berkshire, President of the Worsley Institute, located in Portland, Oregon, where David also has a busy clinical practice.
Judy shares with us her quest to find something more meaningful in life than her law studies, which led her to England in 1973 to find her mentor in JR and eventually her life partner. We talk about the five element system of acupuncture that he created, his unparalleled clinical acumen, and his genius for understanding and integrating many forms of medicine.
Fundamental to the Worsley system is the mastery of the sense organs, and David and Judy discuss the reawakening of the senses, especially smell, but also sight and hearing. We also explore the spirit of acupuncture points, which JR devoted much of his life to understanding and mastering, and now Judy and David also work extensively to preserve and expand upon this ancient knowledge.
There is so much to explore of the history and impact of JR Worsley and the Worsley system that we only scratch the surface in this episode. We expect more episodes to follow.
Please enjoy this episode of Pacific Rim College Radio with Judy Becker Worsley and David Berkshire.

Episode Links:
Worsley Institute
Learning Links:
School of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine at PRC
Online Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine courses at PRCOnline
Student Clinic at PRC
Episode 51: The Unsung Heroes of Millersville University's 91.7 WIXQ Often times in any workplace or work-like setting, hard work may very well go unnoticed – so Doc and Shane wanted to take the time out to highlight some of the unsung heroes of their College Radio station, Millersville University's 91.7 WIXQ. Follow Scholastic Transmission all across Social Media at @CollegeRadioPod and be sure to share the Podcast with anyone that loves College Radio!
Episode 50, Part 2: Scripps-Howard Most Valuable College Broadcast Staffer, Erik Gudmundson Doc and Shane welcome back former College Radio Station Manager and Chief Announcer Erik Gudmundson for part two of his interview on Scholastic Transmission. Erik talks about the necessity of teaming up with other organizations on campus to grow your radio station, being calculated to ensure growth on campus doesn't negatively impact your station, his nomination and win of the Scripps-Howard Foundation's "Most Valuable College Broadcast Staffer" award and its impact on the future leaders of Millersville University's 91.7 WIXQ. Follow Scholastic Transmission all across Social Media at @CollegeRadioPod and be sure to share the Podcast with anyone that loves College Radio!
Episode 50, Part 1: Scripps-Howard Most Valuable College Broadcast Staffer, Erik Gudmundson Doc and Shane welcome former College Radio Station Manager and Chief Announcer Erik Gudmundson for the first of a two-part interview. Erik talks about why he joined Millersville University's 91.7 WIXQ as a Computer Science major and the aspirations he had to grow the station through his love of technology, including using production and imaging to enhance the sound of the station and taking initiative to bring Streaming Audio to WIXQ with the turn of the new millennium. Follow Scholastic Transmission all across Social Media at @CollegeRadioPod and be sure to share the Podcast with anyone that loves College Radio!
Mike Damergis interviews HOF RB Larry Csonka on the USFL's Glory Days and the case vs Fox Larry Csonka recalls his time as GM of the Jacksonville Bulls and the excitement the USFL brought to so many cities.

Lead Counsel Nick Matich discusses the case that the original USFL owners have brought against Fox and why it is important to recognize the league's rich history.
#71 Julian Scott on Pediatric Acupuncture, Aging Mindfully, and Treatment of the Eyes Julian Scott is a legend in the field of acupuncture and holds special distinction in pediatrics. He has more than 40 years of practical experience and has authored numerous books including Acupuncture in the Treatment of Children and Acupuncture for the Eyes.
We enjoy a very easy-going conversation exploring Julian’s path to becoming an influential figure in the spread of acupuncture to the West, along with some of his well-known colleagues. He shares stories of and lessons from multiple mentors from whom he gleaned much of his knowledge and clinical acumen.
Julian explains how he was sought out as an expert in both pediatrics and ophthalmology before he considered himself to be worthy of such distinction. We also talk about many other timely topics such as the impact of vaccinations, childhood anxiety, degenerative conditions, and the stages of aging. Julian shares incredible insights in all these areas.
Although now nearing 80, Julian still aspires to help others heal and to educate. His bank of online courses can be found at treatingchildren.com, which include many of the topics above as well as a course on pain free needling. His teachings have inspired countless, and his heart-centred, humorous personality warms the spirit.
Please enjoy this episode of Pacific Rim College Radio with Julian Scott.

Episode Links:
Treatingchildren.com
Learning Links:
School of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine at PRC
Online Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine courses at PRCOnline
Student Clinic at PRC
Episode 49: Investing in the Future of the Student Doc and Shane discuss why it is more than necessary for the College Radio station to provide the needed support and invest in the future of the students, no matter the background or major. Doc talks about his deep passion and intentions to give back like his mentors did for him, while Shane provides specific examples on how your station can provide an ever-evolving structure and foundation for DJs and leaders to learn and benefit from. Follow Scholastic Transmission all across Social Media at @CollegeRadioPod and be sure to share the Podcast with anyone that loves College Radio!
Episode 48: The Man with the College Radio Tattoo, Keith Grohowski Doc and Shane welcome former College Radio Program Director, Operations Manager, and Assistant Music Director Keith Grohowski to Scholastic Transmission. “The Wild Man” discusses his days at Millersville University’s 91.7 WIXQ, where he embodied the name of his former show, "The Hungry Life" - getting free pizza in exchange for promoting a local business in his show, never once buying a textbook in College, and doing anything he could to encourage people to join the radio station. Keith also candidly discusses the family atmosphere of WIXQ, which has given him more than he could have ever imagined, including a station tattoo right across his forearm. Follow Scholastic Transmission all across Social Media at @CollegeRadioPod and be sure to share the Podcast with anyone that loves College Radio!
Episode 47, Part 2: When Trainer and Trainee Fall in Love, featuring Shea and Andrew Mazar Doc and Shane welcome back Villanova University's Shea and Andrew Mazar for part two of their College Radio Love Story. The couple discusses life after graduation, their roles at Villanova, and advice for those looking to work in higher ed. Andrew and Shea also talk about the role their home College Radio station, Millersville University's 91.7 WIXQ, played in their engagement photos and the special wedding request they had for their former advisor, Doc Roc. Follow Scholastic Transmission all across Social Media at @CollegeRadioPod and be sure to share the Podcast with anyone that loves College Radio!
Episode 47, Part 1: When Trainer and Trainee Fall in Love, featuring Shea and Andrew Mazar Doc and Shane are joined for the first of a two-parter with Shea and Andrew Mazar of Villanova University. The duo discusses their days in College Radio at Millersville University’s WIXQ, where Shea trained to be a DJ under Andrew’s show – and well, the rest was history. The couple also talks about their leadership and goals at the station, where Andrew was once Station Manager and Metal Director while Shea later became the Business Manager. Follow Scholastic Transmission all across Social Media at @CollegeRadioPod and be sure to share the Podcast with anyone that loves College Radio!
Episode 46, Part 2: College Radio Power Couple Priscilla and Chris Bevans Doc and Shane welcome back Priscilla and Chris Bevans for Part 2 of their interview, as they discuss being married to their College Radio station before being married to each other. Chris and Priscilla dive into their respective goals for growing the station in-house, on-campus, and in the community – and the importance of appreciating your time at the station and the role it can play in building the foundation of your life in the years ahead. Follow Scholastic Transmission all across Social Media at @CollegeRadioPod and be sure to share the Podcast with anyone that loves College Radio!
Episode 46, Part 1: College Radio Power Couple Priscilla and Chris Bevans Doc and Shane continue their love stories series by welcoming on former College Radio Station and Operations Manager Priscilla Mulrooney-Bevans and her husband, former College Radio Business Manager, Chris Bevans. The duo talk about their early days and influences in the medium, what gave them the urge to get further involved in College Radio, and the domino effect that caused them to fall for one another. Follow Scholastic Transmission all across Social Media at @CollegeRadioPod and be sure to share the Podcast with anyone that loves College Radio!
Episode 45: College Radio Love Stories As Valentine’s Day approaches, Doc and Shane welcome back “Mama Roc” Judy Anttonen to talk about the inevitable in College Radio – no, not broadcasting – but the formation of romantic relationships. Doc, Mama, and Shane discuss why relationships form at the College Radio station, how to keep the relationship from hurting the station, when College Radio love stories don’t have a happy ending, and the most rewarding aspects of successful College Radio relationships. Follow Scholastic Transmission all across Social Media at @CollegeRadioPod and be sure to share the Podcast with anyone that loves College Radio!
#70 Sajah Popham on Spagyric Alchemy, Vitalism, and the Patient’s Role in Herbal Healing Sajah Popham is a renowned herbalist, educator, and author committed to the balance of the science and spirituality of plant medicine. As the founder of the School of Evolutionary Herbalism, he trains herbalists in a holistic system of plant medicine that encompasses clinical Western herbalism, medical astrology, Ayurveda, and spagyric alchemy.
Spagyric alchemy might not be something you are familiar with, and so we go to some depth exploring what this field of herbalism is and how it is applicable in modern practice. From his laboratory on a homestead in the foothills of Mt. Baker, Washington, Sajah and his wife Whitney combine philosophies of astrology, alchemy, spirituality, and modern science to create unique and powerful spagyric plant medicines.
Sajah and I geek out on many things herbal and healing including the value of symptoms, the power of the patient in the healing process, astrology, archetypes, and vitalism. Sajah focuses on using plants to heal and rejuvenate the body, clarify the mind, open the heart, and support the development of the soul. His teachings embody a heartfelt respect, honor, and reverence for the vast intelligence of plants in a way that empowers us to look deeper into the nature of our medicines and ourselves.
Please enjoy this episode of Pacific Rim College Radio with Sajah Popham.

Episode Links:
School of Evolutionary Herbalism
Learning Links:
School of Western Herbal Medicine at PRC
Online Herbal Medicine courses at PRCOnline
Student Clinic at PRC
2 - 3 Sports History Giants stun Patriots in Super Bowl 42 The Giants stun the Patriots 17-14 in Super Bowl 42.
The game was tight throughout, with both teams' defense dominating the competition until near the end of the game. Only 10 total points were scored in the first three quarters. The Giants consumed a Super Bowl-record 9 minutes and 59 seconds on their opening drive, but could only manage a field goal. The Patriots then responded with running back Laurence Maroney's 1-yard touchdown run on the first play of the second quarter. After a scoreless third quarter, the fourth quarter saw a Super Bowl-record three lead changes. After Tyree's 3-yard touchdown reception at the beginning of the quarter, New England wide receiver Randy Moss made a 6-yard touchdown reception with 2:42 left to play before New York's game-winning drive. Giants quarterback Eli Manning, who completed 19 of 34 passes for 255 yards and two touchdowns, with one interception, was named Super Bowl MVP. Giants defensive end Michael Strahan, who retired following the victory, had two tackles and one sack. This game was the first since Super Bowl IX in 1975 (in which the Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Minnesota Vikings 16–6) that neither team scored at least 20 points. This game was also the first Super Bowl game with three fourth-quarter lead changes, and the only one to date.
2 - 4 Sports History John Madden named head coach of the Raiders 1969 John Madden is named head coach of the Oakland Raiders…Madden won a Super Bowl in 1977 and would go on to a broadcasting career that lasted over 30 years. Madden had a .759 winning percentage as a head coach…
Episode 44: College Radio Anarchy, featuring Erik Gölden Doc and Shane welcome former College Radio Program Director and Operations Manager Erik Gölden to Scholastic Transmission. Erik talks about the influence College Radio had on him growing up and the role it had in keeping him enrolled in school and out of the jail cell - all thanks to the responsibility he felt he owed to his station. Erik also heavily talks about his love for Metal and the drive he had to represent it over the air through "Metal Wednesday" at Millersville University's 91.7 WIXQ. Follow Scholastic Transmission all across Social Media at @CollegeRadioPod and be sure to share the Podcast with anyone that loves College Radio!
Episode 43: College Radio for the Non-Broadcaster, featuring Carl Schulz Doc and Shane are joined by former College Radio Station Manager and non-broadcasting major Carl Schulz to discuss the community and life lessons he was able to take away from the station, as well as the passion he had to see his station grow and be open to all walks of life. Carl also dives deep into his ambitions to serve the community - including his biggest highlight – bringing the Grammy-Nominated Metalcore band August Burns Red to 91.7 WIXQ. Follow Scholastic Transmission all across Social Media at @CollegeRadioPod and be sure to share the Podcast with anyone that loves College Radio!
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Super Bowl 22 Washington 42 Denver 10; Doug Williams MVP Williams returned with 14:17 left in the second quarter, and the Washington offense began to click. And much like they had in the second half of Super Bowl XXI against the New York Giants, the Broncos defense collapsed.

On the Redskins' first play of the second quarter, receiver Ricky Sanders got behind defensive back Mark Haynes (who tried to jam him at the line of scrimmage) and safety Tony Lilly, and caught a pass from Williams, and took it 80 yards for a touchdown. After forcing the Broncos to punt on their next possession, Washington advanced to the Denver 27. Facing third-and-one, Williams connected with receiver Gary Clark who made a diving catch in the end zone to give Washington a 14–10 lead.

After the ensuing kickoff, Denver drove to the Washington 26, aided by running back Sammy Winder's 27-yard reception and Elway's 21-yard run. But left tackle Dave Studdard, blocking defensive end Dexter Manley, went down with a knee injury. After Elway threw an incomplete pass on third down, Karlis missed a 43-yard field goal attempt. On the first play of the Redskins' ensuing drive, Williams threw a 16-yard completion to Clark. Then on the next play, running back Timmy Smith, a rookie in his first NFL start, took off for a 58-yard touchdown run, with blocking from guard Raleigh McKenzie and tackle Joe Jacoby, making the score 21–10.[9] Washington's offensive line featuring McKenzie and Jacoby figured greatly in a play known as the Counter Gap, which the Skins ran repeatedly in the game.[12]

The Redskins increased their lead to 28–10 on their next possession with a 50-yard touchdown pass from Williams to Sanders, making him the first player in Super Bowl history to catch two touchdowns in one quarter. Four plays after the ensuing kickoff, Washington defensive back Barry Wilburn intercepted a pass from Elway on the Redskins 21, and once again, the Redskins stormed down the field to score. First, Smith broke loose for a 43-yard run, then Williams completed a pair of passes to Sanders to reach the Denver 7. Two plays later, Williams threw an 8-yard touchdown pass to tight end Clint Didier to make the score 35–10. On Denver's next drive, Elway completed three consecutive passes for 40 total yards to advance to the Redskins 36. However, Washington rookie defensive back Brian Davis intercepted Elway's next pass at the 21 with seven seconds left in the half.

In the second quarter alone, Williams completed 9 of 11 passes for 228 yards and four touchdowns; Smith rushed five times for 122 yards and a touchdown; and Sanders caught five passes for 168 yards and two touchdowns. The Redskins scored 35 points and gained 356 yards in total offense, both Super Bowl records, and scored five touchdowns on 18 total offensive plays.

During the regular season, the Broncos had allowed 35 points for the entire game only once—and it was in that game, a 40-10 loss to the Houston Oilers in Week 4, that they fielded replacement players, with the regular players having gone on strike.

Washington's 25-point lead at the half surpassed the previous record of 20 points set by San Francisco in Super Bowl XVI.
Super Bowl 16 49ers 26 Bengals 21; Goalline Stand Saves SF or the first time since Super Bowl III, both teams were making their first Super Bowl appearance. The 49ers posted a 13–3 regular season record, and playoff wins over the New York Giants and the Dallas Cowboys. The Bengals finished the regular season with a 12–4 record, and had postseason victories over the Buffalo Bills and the San Diego Chargers.

Cincinnati's 356 yards of offense to San Francisco's 275 marked the first time in Super Bowl history that a team which was outgained in total yards won. The Bengals also committed four turnovers to San Francisco's one, which played a major factor in the outcome. Three of Cincinnati's turnovers helped San Francisco build a then-Super Bowl record 20–0 halftime lead, off a touchdown pass and a rushing touchdown from quarterback Joe Montana and two field goals by Ray Wersching. The Bengals began to rally in the second half with quarterback Ken Anderson's 5-yard touchdown run and 4-yard touchdown pass, but a third-quarter goal line stand by the 49ers defense and two more Wersching field goals ultimately decided the game. The Bengals managed to score their final touchdown with 16 seconds left, but could not recover the ensuing onside kick. Montana was named the Super Bowl MVP, completing 14 of 22 passes for 157 yards and one touchdown, while also rushing for 18 yards and a touchdown on the ground. Cincinnati tight end Dan Ross recorded a Super Bowl-record 11 receptions (still the most ever by a tight end in a Super Bowl) for 104 yards and 2 touchdowns.
Super Bowl 11 Oakland 32 Minnesota 14 Oakland gained a Super Bowl record 429 yards, including a Super Bowl record 288 yards in the first half, en route to winning Super Bowl XI. After a scoreless first quarter, Oakland scored on three consecutive possessions to take a 16–0 lead at halftime. The Raiders also had two fourth quarter interceptions, including cornerback Willie Brown’s 75-yard return for a touchdown. Oakland wide receiver Fred Biletnikoff, who had 4 catches for 79 yards that set up three Raider touchdowns, was named the game’s Most Valuable Player (MVP). Among the wide receivers who have won the Super Bowl MVP, Biletnikoff is the only one to not have gained 100 yards in his performance.
Super Bowl 25 NY GIANTS 20 Bills 19 The game is known for Bills placekicker Scott Norwood's last-second missed field goal attempt that went wide right of the uprights, starting a four-game losing streak in the Super Bowl for the Bills. The game became the only Super Bowl decided by one point and the first Super Bowl in which neither team committed a turnover. The Giants set a Super Bowl record-holding possession of the ball for 40 minutes and 33 seconds. The Giants also overcame a 12–3 second-quarter deficit and made a 75-yard touchdown drive that consumed a Super Bowl-record 9:29 off the clock.[6] Giants running back Ottis Anderson, who carried the ball 21 times for 102 yards and one touchdown, was named Super Bowl MVP. He was the first awardee to receive the newly named "Pete Rozelle Trophy" (named for the former commissioner, Pete Rozelle).[7] Anderson also recorded one reception for seven yards. The NFL in its 100 Greatest Games series ranked it at number 10
Super Bowl 49 New England 28 Seattle 24 A competitive affair, Super Bowl XLIX saw the Patriots overcome a 10-point deficit during the fourth quarter to take a 28–24 lead with 2:02 remaining. The game is best remembered for the Seahawks' last play, where they threatened to score a winning touchdown at New England's 1-yard line, but were intercepted in the final moments by Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler. Butler's interception is regarded as one of the greatest in NFL history, while Seattle's decision to pass instead of run the ball is considered one of the worst calls. Brady was named Most Valuable Player (MVP) for the third time, tying the record held by Joe Montana, after setting the Super Bowl record for completions at 37. Two years later, Brady would break his completions record in Super Bowl LI.

NBC's broadcast of Super Bowl XLIX is the most watched program in American television history.[
Super Bowl 13 PITTSBURGH 35 - DALLAS 31 Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw, who was named Super Bowl MVP, completed 17 out of 30 passes for Super Bowl records of 318 passing yards and 4 touchdown passes. Bradshaw eclipsed Bart Starr's Super Bowl record for passing yards in the first half with 253 yards in the air as the Steelers led 21–14 at intermission. His 75-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter also tied Johnny Unitas in Super Bowl V for the longest pass in a Super Bowl. The Cowboys were able to stay close, only trailing 21–17 at the end of the third quarter, but Pittsburgh scored two touchdowns in a span of 19 seconds in the fourth period. Dallas also could not overcome turnovers, drops, and a controversial penalty during the second half. The Cowboys were able to score two touchdowns in the final minutes of the game, but still ended up being the first defending champion to lose in the Super Bowl and the first losing Super Bowl team to score 30 points or more.

This game featured a combined 25 Hall of Famers (14 from the Steelers and 11 from the Cowboys).
SDChillin 9-13-13 Bob Filner is out of office, the Aztec Corporate I mean Student Union is about to be done, and traffic looking good on SDChillin'
SDChillin' 9-27-13 Injuries while drinking, cheating and traffic Injuries while drinking, cheating and traffic
10-18-13 Ex-Girlfriends, Bob Filner and more! Ex-Girlfriends, Bob Filner and more!
SDChillin' 11-08-13 Tinder, Birthdays and Students get Wednesday before Thanksgiving off! Tinder, Birthdays and Students get Wednesday before Thanksgiving off!
Bedlam Heartbreak and a Chanticleer Scare Well, OSU lost another Bedlam but went down fighting this year. Meanwhile, Arkansas was busy barely beating a team that only had one win coming into the game. Not a great week for the teams of Jordan and Miles.
It's Bedlam Week Jordan and Miles talk about the lead up into Bedlam and Arkansas' chances of making a bowl after they incredible come from behind victory last week as well as look at the state of college football around the country.
UFC 153 after show and debate In this episode we will be talking about UFC 153 and having the first every MMA college debate!!
MMA Roundtable MMA Talk!
UFC 156 Talk i Talk about UFC 156 and things
UFC 157 This show is all about the chicks
Post UFC 157 On this episode i talk about UFC 157 results UFC on fuel 8 and news
Episode 42: Former College Radio Business Manager Cullen Feister Doc and Shane are joined by “The Man That Every Mothers Loves” (as dubbed by Doc Roc) – former College Radio Business Manager Cullen Feister. The once late-night DJ talks about the home his station provided and the dedication he had towards 91.7 WIXQ, especially through his position on Council. Cullen also provides some tips and tools for current and future Business Managers in addition to his thoughts on what all College Radio stations should be doing based on his experiences working in Commercial Radio. Follow Scholastic Transmission all across Social Media at @CollegeRadioPod and be sure to share the Podcast with anyone that loves College Radio!
Super Bowl 3 Joe Namath In Super Bowl III, the Jets stunned the sports world by defeating Don Shula's Baltimore Colts.
Super Bowl 27 Troy Aikman MVP The Dallas Cowboys started their '90s dynasty by beating the Bills 52-17 in Super Bowl 27.
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And The Truth shall Set You Free! Apostle Dr. Lee Ann B. Marino hosts And The Truth Shall Set You Free!, an interview-style program featuring testimonies of how our guests have been transformed as they've come to know the power of Jesus Christ, and His resurrection. On this episode: Meet Pastor Jackie Lowe, of the Voice Within blog at godsvoicewithin.wordpress.com.
...And The Truth Shall Set You FREE! Apostle Dr. Lee Ann B. Marino hosts And The Truth Shall Set You Free!, an interview-style program featuring testimonies of how our guests have been transformed as they've come to know the power of Jesus Christ, and His resurrection. On this episode: Part two of our interview with Pastor Jackie Lowe, of the Voice Within blog at godsvoicewithin.wordpress.com.
...And The Truth Shall Set You FREE! Apostle Dr. Lee Ann B. Marino hosts And The Truth Shall Set You Free!, an interview-style program featuring testimonies of how our guests have been transformed as they've come to know the power of Jesus Christ, and His resurrection. On this episode: Part one of our interview with Prophet Emma Weatherington, of Apostolic House of God in East Hartford, Connecticut.
...And the Truth Shall Set You FREE! Apostle Dr. Lee Ann B. Marino hosts And The Truth Shall Set You Free!, an interview-style program featuring testimonies of how our guests have been transformed as they've come to know the power of Jesus Christ, and His resurrection. On this episode: Part two of our interview with Prophet Emma Weatherington, of Apostolic House of God in East Hartford, Connecticut.
Episode 41: The Power of Networking Through Your College Radio Station Doc and Shane dive into the importance of networking through your College Radio station and how it can benefit you both professionally and personally through the connections made with campus, community, and alumni. Oh, and Doc contemplates dressing up like a Bunny for Easter. Follow Scholastic Transmission all across Social Media at @CollegeRadioPod and be sure to share the Podcast with anyone that loves College Radio!
Episode 40, Part 2: Apple Music's Steve Uknuis Apple Music Programmer Steve Uknuis is back for Part 2 on Scholastic Transmission. Steve talks his days working in Commercial Radio for 105.7 The X as Nixon and the magic that was created there thanks to the likes of The People’s Morning Show (Nipsey, Earl David Reed, and Jen Shade), Michelle Cruz, Ronnie Ramone, and Number One Son – before taking his talents up to Syracuse, NY and working for KROCK. Steve also discusses how he landed his dream job with Apple Music and how he wouldn’t have none of this today without working in College Radio. Follow Scholastic Transmission all across Social Media at @CollegeRadioPod and be sure to share the Podcast with anyone that loves College Radio!
Episode 40, Part 1: Apple Music's Steve Uknuis Doc and Shane are joined for the first of a two-parter with Rock, Alternative, and Comedy Programmer for Apple Music, Steve Uknuis. Steve discusses his early involvement in College Radio at Lehigh University’s WLVR as a High School student, which gave him the experience needed to join Millersville University’s WIXQ in College. From there, Steve candidly talks about his drive to grow the station and form partnerships with the community, and how his work at WIXQ and on the school’s concert committee landed him his job at WQXA-FM, 105.7 The X (then 105.7 The Edge) where he was known for over a decade as Nixon. Follow Scholastic Transmission all across Social Media at @CollegeRadioPod and be sure to share the Podcast with anyone that loves College Radio!
12 - 31 Sports History 1967 ICE BOWL The 1967 National Football League Championship Game was the 35th NFL championship, played on December 31 at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin. It determined the NFL's champion, which met the AFL's champion in Super Bowl II, then formally referred to as the second AFL–NFL World Championship Game. The Dallas Cowboys, champions of the Eastern Conference, traveled north to meet the Western champion Green Bay Packers, the two-time defending league champions. It was a rematch of the previous year's title game, and pitted two future Hall of Fame head coaches against each other, Tom Landry for the Cowboys and Vince Lombardi for the Packers. The two head coaches had a long history together, as both had coached together on the staff of the late 1950s New York Giants, with Lombardi serving as offensive coordinator and Landry as defensive coordinator.
USFL Audio Vault: Charley Steiner talks about his days as PBP for the Generals Charley Steiner, who was the play-by-play broadcaster for the Generals reminisced fondly of the spring league: "The USFL was going to be the next big thing; they signed a big contract with ABC and ESPN; the Generals were going to be the headline team in the league."
USFL Audio Vault - Jim Mora Philly Stars Jim Mora was the defensive coordinator for the New England
Patriots when the Philadelphia Stars came calling.

Jim Mora was the defensive coordinator for the New England
Patriots when the Philadelphia Stars came calling.
USFL AUDIO VAULT Hugh Campbell Full Interview In the inaugural season, Express ownership looked to the CFL to hire their first coach – his name was Hugh Campbell.



Campbell just led the Edmonton Eskimos to their fifth-consecutive Grey Cup Championship in the CFL when the USFL came calling. Three teams were in the market for Campbell’s services including the Express of Los Angeles. “I liked the ideal of coaching in the off-season, this way I could scout players in the fall,” says Campbell more than 23 later. “It looked like it would be good for football at the time.”



The Express were initially set to play in San Diego, but ownership had to scrap that idea and were forced to move the franchise up the freeway to Los Angeles, because their request to use Jack Murphy Stadium was rejected.



This was a sign of things to come for the franchise. Los Angeles already had two NFL franchises with the Rams and Raiders, not to mention the USC Trojans and UCLA Bruins. So a fifth football team in L.A. seemed a bit sketchy.
Episode 39: Preparing For a New Semester at Your College Radio Station As the year comes to a close with a new semester right around the corner, Doc and Shane sit down and provide you a list of tips and tools to plan and prepare for the semester ahead - including: paying your bills, station retention, station imaging, and connecting with community contacts. Doc and Shane also pay tribute to a man that provided their home station WIXQ with many of the fortunes that they now have today, Robert “Bob” Slabinski. Follow Scholastic Transmission all across Social Media at @CollegeRadioPod and be sure to share the Podcast with anyone that loves College Radio!
USFL Interview - Keith Millard of the Jacksonville Bulls Part I Former Jacksonville Bulls & Minnesota Vikings DE Keith Millard talks about why chose the USFL, the 80s Vikings and concussions.
USFL Podcast: Irv Eatman full interview The great offensive lineman for the Philadelphia Stars talks with Mike Damergis about the Glory Days of the USFL.
Brad Sham Reflects On Herschel Walker In NFL Cowboys PBP Announcer Brad Sham discusses Herschel Walker's career with the Cowboys and then the Vikings.
Dave Lapham NJ Generals Full Interview Former NJ Generals offensive lineman Dave Lapham talks with Mike Damergis about moving from the NFL to the USFL. Lapham discusses former Heisman teammates Herschel Walker and Doug Flutie and was prophetic in calling Donald Trump "Presidential" in 2005.
11 - 29 Sports History Reggie Jackson NYY On this date in 1976, the Yankees signed outfielder Reggie Jackson to a five-year contract. He helped the Yankees to three AL pennants and two World Series titles.
11 - 30 This Date in Sports History Brian's Song premiere's on network TV Brian's Song is a 1971 ABC Movie of the Week that recounts the details of the life of Brian Piccolo (played by James Caan), a Chicago Bears football player stricken with terminal cancer after turning pro in 1965, told through his friendship with Bears teammate Gale Sayers (Billy Dee Williams). Piccolo's and Sayers' sharply differing temperaments and racial backgrounds made them unlikely to become as close friends as they did, including becoming the first interracial roommates in the history of the National Football League, and the film chronicles the evolution of their friendship, ending with Piccolo's death in 1970.[2] The production was such a success on ABC that it was later shown in theaters by Columbia Pictures,[3] with a major premiere in Chicago; however, it was soon withdrawn for lack of business.[1] Critics have called the movie one of the finest telefilms ever made.[1][4] A 2005 readers poll taken by Entertainment Weekly ranked Brian's Song seventh in its list of the top "guy-cry" films ever made.

The movie is based on Sayers's account of his friendship with Piccolo and coping with Piccolo's illness in Sayers's 1970 autobiography, I Am Third.[5] The film was written by veteran screenwriter William Blinn,[6] whose script one Dallas television critic called "highly restrained, steering clear of any overt sentimentality [yet conveying] the genuine affection the two men felt so deeply for each other."[4]

Although based on a true story, the film does include some fictional scenes. For example, the head coach, George Halas (played by Jack Warden), tells Sayers that he wants to bench Piccolo when he suspects that there may be a problem affecting his performance. He later learns of Brian's cancer. In reality, Jim Dooley was the head coach at that time, as Halas had retired from the position following the 1967 season.
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