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TALKIN' SPORTS WITH PAT: LIVE CHAT HERE AT 7:30-8:00PM PST TONIGHT

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Talkin’ Sports
With Pat

Chuck Bednarik, passed away last Saturday. He was the last player to play both offense and defense. He was also known for being one of the most devastating tacklers in the history of pro football he played for the Eagles from 1949 to 1962 and was a key member of their last championship team from 1960. Before football he served in the United States Army Air Forces as a waist gunner on a B-24 which flew on 30 combat missions over Germany. After his service he attended the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, he played center and linebacker and was a three time All-American. He was also third in the voting for the Heisman Trophy in 1948 and won the Maxwell Award that year. He was the first player selected that year starring on both offense as center and defense as linebacker and was part of the 1949 Championship team for the Eagles. He is also known for the hit that knocked out Frank Gifford, who was out of football for 18 months. He also got into a quarrel w…

Katie Rose Tomorrow Interview @ 7pm PST Author of: TOO HOT TO HANDLE Now: EXCERPT

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Tomorrow @ 7pm PSTAuthor: Katie Rose
Bio:Katie Rose is the award-winning author of 12 historical, three novellas, and two contemporary romances published under the name of Katie Rose and Colleen Quinn. Katie made her contemporary debut in 2014 with a baseball romance series entitled the Boys of Summer. BRING ON THE HEAT was published in August 2014, and the second book of the series, TOO HOT TO HANDLE will appear January 27, 2015. A long time Phillies fan, Katie combines her love of baseball, romance, and fun in the sports themed romances, and is hard at work on the third book, the HEAT OF THE MOMENT. A graduate of Temple University with a BA in Journalism, Katie is the recipient of the Doug Perry award, and the Romantic Times Achievement Award. Katie lives on a lake in Medford Lakes New Jersey.
Newest Book:
Excerpt:What the hell was that?Nikki rubbed her palms together. It seemed as if her hand continued to burn from the contact with the shortstop. Examining the tender skin, she almost …