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August 16, 2022

Steve: Vin Scully Was ‘The Blueprint’ for Our Profession

Steve says the legendary Vin Scully was ‘the blueprint’ for the sportscasting profession.

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PIAA’s Lombardi: Other States Working on or Have Already Adopted NIL

PIAA Executive Director Bob Lombardi says they’re getting ahead of the game now on NIL because other states have already made moves.

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Bender on NCAA Athletics

Bill Bender joins Steve on this Friday’s show to discuss more NCAA and Big 10.

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Jerardi: Rich Strike Owner Didn’t Bet on Own Horse

Philly Inquirer’s Dick Jerardi previews the Preakness, but also dropped this nugget from the Kentucky Derby last week…Rich Strike’s owner didn’t even bet on his own horse!

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Steve GOES OFF on the College Football Playoff Schedule

Steve cut loose and let his thoughts out about the College Football Playoff’s schedule! Full Thursday Podcast Here.

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Merrill on Hurts: Joint Practices are not Games

Merrill Reese is back to talk to Steve in a RADIO GOLD interview! Full podcast here.

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King: The Redsox basically made no moves before the trade deadline….

Full What 2 Watch 4 Here. Full Podcast Here.

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Steve Shares His Disappointment After Last Night’s Eagles Pre-Season Game

Steve is up to here after last night’s game! Full podcast Here.

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PSU at Michigan 3:30pm Kickoff Saturday

UNIVERSITY PARK, PA. – GoPSUSports.com – The Nittany Lions open their nine-game Big Ten Conference slate at #4 Michigan Saturday in a game that will kick at 3:30 p.m. EDT on ABC as the national broadcast. Penn State is 7-12 all-time against Michigan. In the last meeting against Michigan, Saquon Barkley ran for 68 yards, Saeed Blacknall had a 25-yard touchdown catch and Tyler Davis converted on all three of his field goal attempts, but the Wolverines picked up the 28-16 win. Defensively, Marcus Allen led the way with 12 tackles and a pass breakup. Locally, in the Central Susquehanna Valley, you can…

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NBA Finals: Cavs Dominate Warriors To Force Game 7

By Tom Withers CLEVELAND (AP) — From the edge of elimination to the brink of history. LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers have pushed the NBA Finals to their limit. Game 7 is necessary. James scored 41 points, delivering another magnificent performance with no margin for error, Kyrie Irving added 23 and the Cavs sent the finals packing for California by beating the rattled Golden State Warriors 115-101 on Thursday night to even this unpredictable series and force a decisive finale. Cleveland saved its season for the second time in four days and will head back to Oakland’s Oracle Arena…

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