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Kevin Garnett finally says what most have thought for a long time about the AAU!! The question now is how do you fix AAU basketball? Check out Garnett's comments...
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Here is a mock draft by Pro Football Focus...They don't have T.J. Watt going to the Packers, but they do have the Pack passing on Jabrill Peppers! No way! They MUST take him if he's there!
Chuck and Bart seem to be okay with Randall Cobb earning the nearly $13 million he's owed this season, while the majority of you would like to see him take a pay cut...
Randall Cobb is due $12 million plus for each of the next two...
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Those of you that sat and argued about Thon's age...are we done with that now? Does it really matter? Read this great feature story on Thon Maker from Howard Beck of the Bleacher Report!
Mike McGivern was born and raised on the east side of Milwaukee. Attended St. Peter and Paul grade school, Milwaukee Tech and Milwaukee Messmer High School and attended UWM. He lives in Milwaukee with his wife Terrie. They have 2 kids, Katie and Matthew and 2 grandsons, Keegan and Logan that live across the street.
Mike’s served as host of all of SportsRadio 1250 High School sports shows as well as the Milwaukee/NARI Home Improvement Show. He brings a deep abiding faith to his work as host of Faith in the Zone.
About Pastor Ken Keltner
Pastor Ken Keltner was born in Greenville, South Carolina. After graduating from Bob Jones University, Ken returned to Tulsa where he taught and coached in the Christian school his dad had founded. He has been a youth and music pastor at Tulsa Baptist Temple and served at Tri City Baptist Church in Denver.
After five years as Director of Student Development at Northland Baptist Bible College, he felt God calling him to Brookside Baptist Church. Pastor Ken and Kathy have enjoyed being involved in all aspects of ministry. Pastor Ken has traveled the country, as well as several foreign countries, challenging and training teens and adults for the Great Commission.