The Grizzlies had another bye week after their game against the Atlanta Havoc. Click play to hear Gray Salter (@GraySalterSport) and Mackie Gallagher (@MackieGallagher) talk about the loss against the Havoc and preview their next game against Peach State on May 19 at 7p.m. in Holmes Convocation Center! #GrizzliesNation
It’s that time of the week to get your Arena Football fix! Gray Salter (@GraySalterSport) and Mackie Gallagher (@MackieGallagher) preview Saturday’s game against the undefeated Atlanta Havoc. Mackie and Gray discuss what the Grizzlies need to do in order to come out on top. A sponsored team tailgate will take place at Gaijun Noodle Bar from 4-6:30p.m. right across the street from Holmes Convocation Center! There will be food, cornhole, music, gear and more! The Grizzlies take on the Atlanta Havoc Saturday, May 5. Kickoff is at 7p.m. #GrizzliesNation #LetsRoar
Jordan Mailata- does the name ring a bell? Well, he was selected in the NFL draft despite never playing a snap of football before. Listen how:
The Grizzlies got their first win of the season (1-3) last week against the East Carolina Torch 38-24. Join Gray Salter (@GraySalterSport) and Mackie Gallagher (@MackieGallagher) right here on the Bear Necessities PAWDcast as they break down the positives and negatives of last week’s huge win and preview the big match up on May 5th against the Atlanta Havoc.
The Bear Necessities PAWDcast is available on WASUradio.com every Friday!
This week on TT4D the guys tell YOU the “State Of The NBA” in 5 years as many of our favorite stars are in the tail-end of their careers! Learn what might have changed their minds too on the NBA playoffs after the first round, and listen for the most attended game in NBA history! It’s much larger than you might expect. Follow on Twitter: @_TakeThat4Data.
The Oklahoma City Thunder and Utah Jazz first round series is full of talent and all stars, but Ricky Rubio is the unsung hero for the Jazz
Black Violin talk to with Kristen and Howie from the Morning Show ahead of tonight’s performance at the Schaefer Center!
From Appalachian Arts and Cultural: “These classically trained string musicians use their unique style of hip-hop, rock, pop and classical to create a high energy sound. Backed on stage by drummer Nat Stokes and DJ SPS. Friday, April 20, 7pm at the Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts. Tickets are $15 for students. For more information visit theschaefercenter.org.”
(photo credit: schaefercenter.org and Colin Brennan)
We are back on the podcast and the Grizzlies are back at home this Sunday at Holmes Convocation Center! The Grizzlies will be taking on the Torch and kickoff is scheduled for 3p.m. Gray Salter (@GraySalterSports) and Mackie Gallagher (@MackieGallagher) discuss the improvements the Grizzlies have made over the course of the season and what they need to do this Sunday to put up that first W in the win column. You can listen to it all right here on the Bear Necessities PAWDcast! The Bear Necessities PAWDcast is available every Friday only on WASUradio.com!