For several years the family had to live with Biden's maternal grandparents, the Finnegans. Biden said it was inadvertent due to his not knowing the proper rules of citation, and he was permitted to retake the course after receiving an "F" grade, which was subsequently dropped from his record this incident would later attract attention when further plagiarism accusations emerged in Terry and supported a more liberal Republican, Russell W. Petersonwho defeated Terry in
We have a fantastic show for you this week. Clippers and Golden State Warriors would have indeed walked off the court had a severe punishment not been enforced.
Sekou Smith of the NBA. Jamilah King, senior editor of Colorlines.
Shireen Ahmed, writer and advocate focusing on Muslin women in sports, joins the show to discuss the current sitaution in Brazil in the lead up to the World Cup. Roland Lazenby gives you a look at Michael Jordan starting back with his family in A fantastic show is on tap for you this week!
Alex Wilson, Cree and a professor and the director of the Aboriginal Education Research Centre at the University of Saskatchewan, and Erica Lee, a Cree undergraduate of Saskatchewan, of Idle No More discuss what it takes to change the name of an offensive mascot at the high school level and subsequently what needs to get done for the Redskins to change their name.
Finally, get Final Four picks from the entire crew. In the wake of the Northwestern football team being allowed to form a union, Dave, Coach, and Mark weigh in on the long-term ramifications of the unprecedented legal decision and how it might impact college sports.
After debuting in the NBA for the Sacramento Kings, we revisit our most recent conversation with the intelligent, well-rounded Royce White. Finally, Dave, Coach, Mark, and D. Dan give you their Final Four picks. We have an absolutely wonderful show for you this week.
Dave, Mark, and Coach give you their Mount Flushmore Another week and another fantastic show! Dave, Coach, and Mark debate what is harder to deal with in sports today: We have one heck of a show for you this week! Then meet the Edge of Sports crew at the intersection of sports, politics and comedy with Jamie Kilstein, comic and host of Citizen Radio, and comedian Hari Kondabolu as they talk about race and masculinity in the sports world.
Finally, Mark gives you his last impression of the Sochi Winter Olympics. More importantly, Dave and Coach respond to everything that has happened to Marcus Smart, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech, and what it all means in the big picture. Davis, a former NFL player, speaks to the sexism in our society and why athletes may choose to conceal their identity.
Dave, Coach, and Mark go over their Super Bowl predictions.
Dave, Coach, and Mark preview the Super Bowl in depth. Coach explains why he loved it and Mark discusses gives you his Super Bowl prediction. Then, hear an exclusive, two-part interview with professional basketball player and mental health advocate, Royce White.
In his last sports interview, White discusses getting cut from the Philadelphia 76ers, how the NBA has addresses mental illnesses and what lies ahead for him. This week on Edge of Sports Radio, Dave, Mark, and Coach discuss the toxicity of ownership affecting where head coaches are going; landing in places that appear less desirable based on the talent on the field.
Ben Hochman, Denver Post sports columnist, joins the program to dissect the impact that the legalization of weed has on the state of Colorado with respect to sports.
Richard Lapchick who spoke of his relationship with Nelson Mandela and explains how sports was a tool in the fight against apartheid. Another week and another fantastic show for your listening pleasure. Dave goes over the political value the the late Nelson Mandela saw in sports.
We have one great show for you this week! The guys go over the deeper meanings of the instant-classic that was the most recent Iron Bowl between Alabama and Auburn.That said, many activists, politicians, journalists, and academics have used half-truths and outright falsehoods about racial issues that divide people and stir up hatred.
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