The MacTalk head Chef gives you pointers on how to make great Chicken Fried Steak with gravy and then he gives you some betting advice on the Major League Baseball Playoffs and this weeks College Football slate of games.
SPECIAL GUEST BETTING CONSULTANT: Greg Lotysz, former NFL player joins us to talk something he LOVES… football.
Coach Berg joins us to talk about the controversy surrounding national anthem protests in the NFL and UND (1-3) Football after two big losses, including an opening Conference loss to Montana State last Saturday in the Alerus Center 49-21. We’ll talk to the former Grand Forks Central coach about what to do with so many injuries so early in the season.
Kim Holmes is the MacTalk Head Chef and Greg Lotysz is our resident NFL Expert (a big-time FOODIE too!) — both join the program to talk sausage, marinara sauce, Caesar salads and UND Football.
We’ll also squeeze in some talk on North Korea but only a little.
Greg Lotysz is a former professional football player, he joined us to discuss boxing draw which we don’t see often, NFL Power Rankings based on statistical analysis, UND’s blowout loss at the hands of University of South Dakota and immigration reform.
Always an interesting guest and not afraid to share an opinion.
Longtime East Grand Forks resident Bruce Nelson of the Red River Valley Catfish League joins us to talk cat-fishing on the Red River, river conditions and high school and college football.
Mike Berg talks housing, education, teacher’s unions, the political power of teachers in a community, explains the concept behind “tenure,” charter schools vs public schools and choice in education, innovation in public education, how the change in the composition and lifestyle of the “family” has forced schools to change, leadership in the UND Athletic Department, political compromise, leadership expectations in different organizations and the media.
This is the “no kidding” FIRST conversation Mike Berg and I have ever had on these issues. Listen to an extremely broad and interesting conversation with a man who has spent his entire life educating and leading in his community.
Mike has very definite things to say about public education and school choice. A GREAT discussion with articulate, measured and strong opinions. GREAT STUFF!
ROGER THOMAS, Athletic Director, University of Mary, joins us to discuss his job as at Mary and the aftermath of UND and NDSU’s move to Division 1 athletics all these years later.