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College Football Nerds

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Daniel and Josh take a deep dive into college football analytics, with detailed previews of the biggest games and weekly recaps of Saturday's action. The Nerds focus on giving the most honest takes possible, using computer modeling and hard data, to give you an objective look at the college football landscape.
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The official home for audio programming from BT Powerhouse, SB Nation's community for fans of Big Ten basketball. Get all of your coverage of Michigan State, Purdue, Michigan, Wisconsin, Maryland, Iowa, Minnesota, Ohio St., Indiana, Rutgers, Penn State, Illinois, Nebraska, and Northwestern basketball here.
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The ST814cast covers college football, specifically Penn State Football and is hosted by Penn State alumni and State College native Chris Law. In addition talking pigskin there will also be a nice blend of pop culture and current events mixed in to show. During his time at PSU Law covered the Nittany Lions and upon graduating went on to work in professional sports, spending 5 seasons with the National Football League as a television producer. Following his time with the NFL Law spent 3 years ...
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The Ultimate College Football Podcast covers college football from a national perspective. We bring you previews, predictions, and storylines from all ten FBS conferences. Join us for biweekly episodes throughout the college football season. Email us at ultimatecfbpod@gmail.com and check us out on Twitter @cfb_ultimate
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Having spent most their lives pursuing the 'musical dream', Dan and Tara Fritz explored the stories of others who have done the same in the early episodes (1-54) when the podcast was called Unsung Dreamers. Currently based in Springfield, MO, this married couple dove into the lives and stories of awesome people in the music scene and beyond in hopes to gain knowledge, inspiration and connection, by giving them the platform that they deserve. Having fame and fortune is not the only reason we ...
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We are a podcast all about the rock band Ween!! We talk about all things Ween: we review concerts we've attended from our 25+ years of following the band, we discuss their albums, conduct interviews of fans, musicians and other special guests, and we'll cover basically anything else related to the band! If you love Ween, you'll love our podcast! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/weencastpodcast/support
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In the Strategic Financial Leadership podcast, finance expert and former CFO, Steve Coughran, covers the latest in business strategy, corporate finance, and economics. This weekly podcast is a forum for candid conversations with leading voices to discuss the trends, approaches, and innovations shaping the future of business and the finance function. Increasingly, CFOs are mired in detail and complexity at the risk of neglecting true value creation activities – analysis and strategic improvem ...
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Public school funding in Pennsylvania has been on the skids for decades now, but today, it’s doing real harm all over the state. And this isn’t by accident. PA’s legislature has created a system where the kids who need the most, get the least, usually because of where they live. So much so that across the Keystone State, 86% of public school students are attending schools that are underfunded. And lots of Pennsylvanians are saying enough is enough. Some of them have gone so far as to take th ...
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Pressure is mounting on Clare County Council to stay on top of the maintenance of a prominent footpath in the east of the county.Following criticism of the local authority for "neglecting" the hedges along the Tuamgraney to Killaloe road last summer, it's been confirmed maintenance works will take place this year between June 24th and July 5th incl…
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The first Delta airlines flight out of Shannon in five years has taken to the skies this lunchtime.The US Airline has commenced its non-stop service from Shannon to New York JFK this lunchtime , which is expected to bring an additional 46,000 passengers through the Clare base each year.The boost has been partly enabled by Boeing’s decision to use a…
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Uisce Éireann is being urged to encourage developers to build homes in East Clare once the proper infrastructure is in place.Works began last year to deliver upgrades to the Ballina Wastewater Treatment Plant, which is expected to serve a population equivalent of 8,000 once completed.There are 68 households on the social housing list in Killaloe at…
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It's claimed people with disabilities in North Clare are living in the dark ages when it comes to public transport.According to Census 2022, 7% of people in the Ennistymon Electoral Area are living with a disability to a great extent.While 43% of people living in North Clare, claim to never use public transport, which is the lowest participation ra…
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Stephen Fletcher presents Beyond Belief this Sunday and has an interview with Dr Rita Kelly who is responsible for encouraging and promoting the use of the Irish language in worship throughout the Church of Ireland; North and South.He also speaks to Peter Whyte who has been the organist in the Birr group of parishes for over 40 years and is also a …
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Coming up on the show, we will be looking ahead to one of the biggest sporting events of the year in the county, as Avenue United & Newmarket Celtic face off in the Ennis Carpets Clare Cup final.We will also be previewing Clare's final round tie in the Munster senior hurling championship and we have a special feature on Clare camogie who are both m…
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A Clare government Senator has accused the Health Minister of using delay tactics to postpone HIQA's review to determine the need for a second emergency department in the region.It's after the MidWest Hospital Campaign's request to reopen A&Es at Ennis, Nenagh and St.John's were heard at the Oireachtas Petitions Committee.113 admitted patients were…
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It's been suggested a rail link to Shannon would be a "feather in the cap" of the industrial town.The idea of a Shannon rail link was raised with the National Transport Authority during the recent Limerick Shannon Metropolitian Area Transport Strategy Process, and Clare County Council says it's been in discussion with the NTA on the matter.Accordin…
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It is time for the fifteenth episode of our newest feature on Morning Focus, Village Tour, where Alan Morrissey paid a visit to Labasheeda.With the Village Tour, we here at Morning Focus are aiming to highlight the smaller villages and townlands around the county.By doing this, we hope to showcase their unique character, while also bringing their d…
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Retro Cannonball is coming to Doolin for the first time this weekend.The event, which will visit Doolin, will feature 100 classic cars, free family live entertainment, and the unique festival atmosphere that Cannonball is renowned for.Cannonball Ireland 2024 is the official charity partner to the Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation and is hoping to…
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The Best of Clare awards, In Association with Ei Electronics, will be taking place tonight at the Old Ground Hotel.One of the many great awards on offer is for Local Hero. This year’s Local Hero is Fr. Harry Bohan. Harry has achieved so much in his life. He qualified as a sociologist in 1966 which cemented his life-long commitment to the developmen…
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Many principals and teachers believe there is a disconnect between the reformed Junior Cycle and more challenging Leaving Cert which is leaving students and teachers underprepared for the demands of the senior cycle.Junior Cycle reforms were aimed at giving students greater ownership of their learning, boosting collaboration among teachers and redu…
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The Health Minister says the HSE's recruitment embargo is not responsible for poor patient outcomes at University Hospital Limerick. The comments were made during a sitting of the Oireachtas Petitions Committee yesterday, which discussed the MidWest Hospital Campaign's request for the reopening of Accident & Emergency departments at Ennis, Nenagh a…
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The Housing Minister is urging Clare County Council to provide clarity on the delivery of the €13m Francis Street Housing Scheme. 39 affordable homes were set to be delivered there by 2025, with the existing houses on the site being demolished as part of enabling works in early March. A judicial review was launched shortly after though and this wee…
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At the Post Office Field, the Ennis 2040 DAC is planning to build an elevated boardwalk over the River Fergus. It's claimed the development will provide the equivalent of €7m in health benefits, with a study carried by AECOM stating the new place to socialise and exercise will significantly reduce mortality rates and workplace absenteeism. But 'Han…
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Plans for unprecedented investment in "underperforming Ennis" have once again been met with sharp criticism from local protest groups, despite new assurances from the local authority.It follows a briefing from the Ennis 2040 board at Áras Chontae An Chláir yesterday, which heard the town is falling well behind the likes of Castlebar, Athlone and Tr…
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Eoin Reardon, a carpenter from West Cork, has amassed over two million followers on the social media channel TikTok, showing people traditional Irish woodworking and sharing his love of the craft with his many, many followers!To find out more about the craft and his online TikTok journey, Alan Morrissey spoke with Eoin on Thursday's Morning Focus.…
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A very big occasion is coming up soon for St. Flannan’s College, and particularly some of its former pupils.The occasion in question is the 50th anniversary of those students who sat their Leaving Cert at St. Flannan’s in 1974. To take a trip down memory lane, and find out details on the planned reunion for those students, Alan Morrissey was joined…
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The Clare-based Chair of Sadaka, the Ireland-Palestine Alliance, believes it'll soon be "political or logically" impossible for Ireland to have any dealings with Israel.The comments come as the Taoiseach has told the President of the Palestinian Authority that Ireland's decision to recognise the Palestinian state was to keep hopes for a two-state s…
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A daily non-stop service linking Shannon to New York will return to the skies this weekend for the first time in five years. Delta Airlines, will resume its direct route to JFK Airport at 12.50pm on Saturday and will be the only operator in Ireland providing such a service. A Boeing 767 aircraft will be deployed for the route, meaning there will be…
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There are calls for more new social housing schemes to be spread throughout West Clare as a matter of urgency.It comes as over 400 households in the region are awaiting an offer of social housing from the local authority. There are currently plans to construct 17 social honmes in Kilrush by 2025, with a further 61 units due to come on stream betwee…
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Former pupils from St. Flannans College have a momentous occasion edging closer on their calenders.Its the 50th anniversary of those students who sat their leaving cert at the Ennis based school in 1974.The planned reunion is set to take place at St. Flannan's College on Friday night where the former students will take a nostalgic tour through the …
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On Thursday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey was joined by Fiona Duffy and Barry Duffy, the co-organisers involved with a charity cycle taking place this Sunday, the 26th of May.Participants will cycle over 900km, with all proceeds going to four different charities.You can find the GoFundme link here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/amanda-boylan-nee-duf…
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Ireland will formally recognise Palestine as an independent state from the 28th of May.The Taoiseach, Simon Harris says it's important Ireland is on the right side of history. He noted how important independence was to Ireland and wants to extend this to Palestine in its darkest hour.However, Israel’s reaction was quick, with its foreign minister i…
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Clare County Council insists all efforts will be made to replace any parking lost to developments under the Ennis 2040 strategy. It's after a heated meeting at Áras Chontae An Chláir yesterday, in which the Ennis 2040 DAC stated the Abbey Street project could create 141 permanent jobs and would be profit making within seven years of completion. Acc…
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The UL Hospitals Group is being urged to outsource MRI scans to the private sector in the MidWest in order to alleviate chronic waiting lists. New HSE figures show that 6,720 patients are currently on a waiting list for an MRI scan at University Hospital Limerick, with 44% waiting longer than 18 months. Works to extend the Radiology Department at U…
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Fear has been expressed the number of patient deaths will grow at University Hospital Limerick without an urgent enhancement of services at Ennis General.New HSE figures show that 239 patients have died in the Emergency Department at UHL since 2019, which is more 22% above that of the next busiest facility on the Western Seaboard, Galway University…
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A member of Clare County Council's housing committee claims government policy has failed middle income earners in this county.It follows an independent report from the housing commission which estimates that 56,000 homes need to built from next year until 2034 in order address existing deficits and meet future demand.Last month, construction commen…
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A Shannon shopkeeper has hit out over litter levels in the area, describing the situation as "unmanageable".Fresh calls are being made for additional bins to be provided in the town, amid complaints of consistent and widespread littering.Shannon is the latest community in Clare where littering, illegal dumping and fly tipping are being reported.The…
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A Clare business is hoping to claim a prestigious national accolade for its efforts to help people suffering from drug addiction.Ennis based Atlantic Clinical Packaging will be representing the county in the finals of the National Enterprise Awards at the Mansion House in Dublin tomorrow evening.The company specialises in one-use harm reduction pro…
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2024 is the year that sees Clare Camogie celebrate its 90th anniversary, with a programme of events planned for the coming months to mark that milestone.This weekend sees Clare begin the All-Ireland senior championship with a home tie against Down in Cusack Park, and ahead of that, Clare FM's Derrick Lynch was joined by a host of guests to reflect …
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It is time to bring you another weird and wonderful tale, which means it is time for another edition of Seanchaí Corner.Seanchaí Corner sees the renowned author, storyteller, lecturer, and broadcaster Eddie Lenihan regaling us with a memorable story from his extensive collection of old Irish tales and fables.In our latest installment of Seanchaí Co…
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The Woodstock Hotel will be the venue for the Connecting Communities Expo taking place this Thursday, the 23rd May from 4pm – 7pm.The Expo offers attendees a unique opportunity to discover how they can make a difference in their communities through volunteering.To find out more, on Wednesday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey was joined by Sarah Ferri…
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Littering, illegal dumping, and fly tipping are issues that seem to persist in parts of Clare and in Shannon, which has proven to be both a consistent and widespread problem.To discuss this further, Alan Morrissey spoke with Cllr. Donna McGettigan, Cathaoirleach of Shannon, MD and Sinn Fein Local Election Candidate.Alan was also joined by Keith McN…
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A Clare TD is arguing Ireland can't afford to turn its nose to any type of housing following a damning report by the Housing Commission. The expert body, which was established by the Housing Minister to examine housing issues, has submitted its report which calls for a "radical strategic reset of housing policy" to the Department. Based on populati…
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Elected representatives in Ennis are being called on to stop "grandstanding and name-calling" and instead focus on working for the town's future. The comments from local election candidate Hillary Tonge come ahead of Ennis 2040 DAC's presentation to Clare County Council, which was due to take place last week, but has been deferred to this afternoon…
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Spanish Point will be the location for what is being described as a “series of special immersive, sensory & bilingual experiences by the sea” this coming weekend.Soundscapes and Seascapes, which takes place from Friday to Sunday, will allow participants to connect to our sense of place through our connection to the landscape and weaving in the Iris…
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It's claimed a state acceptance of poverty is leading to detrimental outcomes for disadvantaged children in Clare.It comes as the Ombudsman for Children's report for 2023, shows 14 complaints were made over public services for children in this county, with almost 1,800 complaints lodged nationwide.46% of complaints related to TUSLA or health servic…
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An academic in this region expects the issuing of arrest warrants for Israeli Government figures to have significant political and legal consequences.Joe Biden has described the ICC Chief Prosecutor's decision to seek arrest warrants for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Minister of Defence Yoav Gallant, as well as senior Hamas leaders,…
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Clare's Dog Warden is issuing a renewed warning after an incident involving visitors to a popular West Clare beach.On Sunday, a boxer dog at Doughmore Beach in Doonbeg was judged to have posed a danger while a group of photographers and family with young children were on the beach.A €300 fine was subsequently issued to the owners under the Control …
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A Clare-born writer is set to have her legacy secured in this county with the renaming of a library in her honour this evening.An event taking place later on will officially mark the renaming of Scariff Public Library to the Edna O'Brien Library, following a unanimous decision by East Clare local representatives earlier this year.Born in Tuamgraney…
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Clare’s Gillian Donnellan is continuing her preparations, as she gets ready to represent Clare at the Blue Jean Country Queen Festival.The Blue Jean Country Queen Festival, which has been held in Athboy, Co. Meath, since 1987, is a volunteer-run festival organised by Meath Macra na Feirme. To find out more, Alan Morrissey was joined in studio by Gi…
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