On a warm December afternoon, the John Carroll University women’s basketball team traveled to play the Capital Crusaders in an Ohio Athletic Conference matchup on Tuesday, December 22. Dale Armbruster (play-by-play) and Danny Markino (color analyst) had the call for JCU’s road loss.
Episode 10 – Dec. 26, 2015 – “Better Late Than Never” The one where the guys hit the headlines, are joined by the delightful voice of Joe Ginley, and post this episode way too late. Follow the guys on Twitter @SportsGuys216.
3 Fabulous encore interviews! Richard Schwinn, Maynard Hershon, and Ross Shafer! Happy holidays from The Outspoken Cyclsit.
In a clash of OAC unbeatens, the John Carroll University men’s basketball team hosted the Marietta Pioneers on Saturday, December 19. In dramatic fashion, the Blue Streaks captured a big win in front of a raucous home crowd. Joe Ginley had the call for JCU’s victory.
In this high ranking episode, host DB Hegler discusses the importance of ranks and ratings, particularly to small businesses, with guests Roman Jakubowycz and Paschal Bensoussan.
Julia talks about the best book she read in 2015, The Underground Girls of Kabul, which is about the phenomena of raising daughters as sons in Afghanistan called “bacha posh”.
We talk with associate editor of Nelo News Caley Fretz about cycling and terrorism. Then, we head out to Albuquerque to speak with journalist and product reviewer extraordinaire Patrick “Mad Dog Media” O’Grady.
In this applicable edition of Minding Your Business, host DB Hegler talks about the pluses and pitfalls of working with family, as she consults Frank Alesci and Joe Apfelbaum.
Attempting to end a two-game losing streak, the John Carroll University women’s basketball team hosted the Wilmington Fightin’ Quakers on Saturday, December 12. Joe McCarthy (play-by-play) and John Alfes (color analyst) had the call for the Blue Streaks’ comeback victory.
In this special edition of the Jake & Joe Show, the boys celebrate the 50th episode of the show. Jake and Joe discuss the Browns and Lions in detail before reminiscing about favorite moments and anecdotes of the show, now in its third season.