At the halfway point of the 2015 season, the John Carroll University Blue Streaks faced off with the Marietta College Pioneers on Saturday, October 17. Brenan Betro and Pat O’Hearne had the call for JCU’s 35-10 victory.
In this deep edition of the Jake & Joe Show, the boys discuss the Michigan-Michigan State fiasco, the problem with the Browns, and delve into fandom in the U.S.
In this new edition of Minding Your Business, Host DB Hegler talks about gaining the competitive edge with local guests Mark Hauserman and Ethan Cohen.
Episode 3 – Oct. 19, 2015 – “The Farce Awakens” The one where the guys have real issues with only seeing cool movies once, struggle with the failures of the Browns, crown a new Ohio State quarterback and struggle through a potential mid-afternoon breakfast. Follow the guys on Twitter @SportsGuys216.
Diane chats with BMC’s pro Taylor Phinney about growing up with a pair of Olympians, cycling in today’s peloton, and his interest in art and painting. Then she heads down to North Carolina to talk with multple record holder and CEO of Cruz Bikes, Maria Parker.
Following a loss at home to Ohio Northern, the John Carroll University Blue Streaks hosted the Wilmington College Quakers on Saturday, October 10. John Alfes and Brenan Betro had the call for JCU’s big 62-14 victory at Don Shula Stadium.
In this fresh edition of Minding Your Business, Host DB Hegler talks about single entrepreneurs with guests Heather Dugan and Elisa Doucette.
Julia and Carole Wallencheck talk about the Wonderland in the Heights interactive exhibit and the drop in Altered Alice art program, both at the Lee Road Gallery on October 17.
In this fun edition of the Jake & Joe Show, the boys talk about the Josh McCown’s Browns, the long-suffering Lions, and the best team in the NFL. Jake and Joe also preview the upcoming Michigan-Michigan State matchup and give updated MLB playoff picks.
We discuss injured mountain bike hall-of-famer Charlie Cunningham; then, we talk with Josh Poertner, the newest owner of Silca – the iconic pump brand – that is now manufactured here in the States. Then it’s off to North Carolina to speak with apparel designer Reid Miller.