Well, i may have forgotten to write this past monday,…..and maybe a few before, but i’m back now. Part of the problem was that I still have trouble remembering my password. You’d think it’d be simple like the school one, but no…Anywho this semester has been extreamly busy. It terrible, and right now im being rushed to finish my blog, after i was told to write one.
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A new sports season just stared up and it seems relevant to tonight. Tonight’s topic will college basketball. It is time for some hoops, arena’s, and really excited student sections. It is the count down to March Madness. The big question is what will the what will the South Dakota State Jackrabbits do? It will be interesting to see what the Norse do this season. They look good this year. Tune into Mumbles on Monday tonight from 8-9.
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This past weekend (November 8-10) was a HUGE weekend for Northern Kentucky University basketball teams. On Friday (Nov. 8) our men’s basketball team opened the season at Purdue University. Unfortunately I was working and was unable to witness the game in person, but I did keep an eye on the score. I first checked the score at half-time expecting NKU to be losing by 15 or so points, but we were tied at 35 pts. TIED?! That’s right, and in the second half we took the lead for quite awhile, but unfortunately we lost the game in final seconds by 1 pt. (77-76). So if that wasn’t exciting enough, Saturday night (Nov. 9) our women’s team opened their season at home against the University of Cincinnati Bearcats and we won 77-61. All of the players shined, but Melody Doss scored a career-high 24 pts. and 11 rebound (a double-double). Then to top off the weekend, our men’s team traveled down to Lexington to take on the University of Kentucky WildCats (ranked #1 in the nation). Let me just say that I have a deep hatred for UK and all of their fans that go to NKU sporting that ugly blue color. Unfortunately the men lost 93-63, but I feel that this was a great experience for all of our players. I’m proud of both our teams and I can’t wait to cheer them on all season. Stop by this Wednesday at 7pm to see the women take on Illinois State, and Saturday at 7pm to watch the men take on San Diego. Go Norse!
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How disappointing would it be to work on something that you think is great, only to discover that you couldn’t share it with anyone? Or what about misplacing it entirely and losing all your hard work? It happens, sometimes in the music business. One of my favorite bands is Weird Herald, a psychedelic folk group from the San Francisco Bay area that only put out one single in 1968. Apparently the band recorded a full album, which still exists in band members’ personal collections, but it’s never been released. What I wouldn’t give to hear it! On that note, this week’s edition of “Kaleidoscope” will feature a newly revealed unreleased track from Youngstown garage band the Next of Kin (mostly made up of ten-year-olds), entitled “Nosey Rosie”. Tune in if you’d like to hear something that’s never been heard on any radio station before – Kaleidoscope is October 8th at 8 P.M. with me, Peter!
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Hows it going. It is that time once again. This week there will only be one topic. It will be the topic of NASCAR. It is a very colorful sport with colorful names. It has been around for many decades and has changed in many ways. The best driver may have been a monkey (will talk about in the show). NASCAR has perfected the left turn and the ability to crash very expensive equipment. The season is almost over and many things can happen. Is NASCAR really a sport? Tune into Mumbles on Monday from 8-9 to find out.
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