Weekends On The Fan
The NFL Draft is looming, and 105.3 The Fan has it covered better than anyone. Here’s 6 segments of NFL Draft talk with Bryan Broaddus from DallasCowboys.com, Jeff Cavanaugh from the G-Bag Nation, and Kevin Turner from the Ben and Skin show.
In this week’s installment of the 105.3 The Fan NFL Draft Show, the gang takes a look at the wide receiver options in the draft, as well as a look at the safeties that might be available for the Cowboys. The gang is also joined by CBS Sports draft guru Dane Brugler, as well as answering questions from listeners.
It’s the 2nd official 105.3 The Fan Draft Show, featuring Bryan Broaddus, Jeff Cavanaugh, Kevin Turner, Mike Dingess, and Nate Wood talking the NFL Draft and speculating the options the Cowboys will have in the first round at pick number 16.
Demetrious Johnson is the only flyweight champion in UFC history, and Saturday night he looks to keep it that way.
Kevin Nealon joined the Nate and MRod Show to discuss his nine-year run on SNL, his well known stint on “WEEDS” and his upcoming live show with Dana Carvey and Dennis Miller at the Allen Events Center on October 18th.
Pennington, an experienced fighter who already has fights on her record against some of the top competition in women’s mixed martial arts, overcame a height and length disadvantage to Duke to advance to the semi finals of the competition.
As conference play wears on and games becomes more important, the candidates will need even BETTER numbers and more electric performances.
Now in it’s second year of one game wild card mayhem, MLB has officially jumped the shark when it comes to their postseason programming and this is one show that needs to be cancelled.
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Here’s a look at how some of the all time greats played at 38 years old.
With the recent bad contracts, failure in big games, complete organizational overhauls and questionable free agency tactics, the Cowboys, Rangers, Stars and Mavs are all searching for redemption.
Last week, when Donovan Mcnabb officially retired as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles, I started to wonder who had the best won-loss record against the Dallas Cowboys.