A talking point that Congressman Jim Renacci has discussed often is how Americans are tired of career politicians making decisions, both locally and nationally. That was evidenced last November when Donald Trump, a businessman-turned-politician, was elected president.

Congressman Jim Renacci joined the Ray Horner Morning Show in studio to talk about his own campaign for governor. Renacci, a long-time businessman much like Trump, has thrown his hat in the race for governor in 2018.

In addition to the goings on in Ohio, Rep. Renacci also discussed the incidents in Charlottesville, the Affordable Care Act, and national security when dealing with North Korea.

A talking point that Congressman Jim Renacci has discussed often is how Americans are tired of career politicians making decisions, both locally and nationally. That was evidenced last November when Donald Trump, a businessman-turned-politician, was elected president.

Congressman Jim Renacci joined the Ray Horner Morning Show in studio to talk about his own campaign for governor. Renacci, a long-time businessman much like Trump, has thrown his hat in the race for governor in 2018.

In addition to the goings on in Ohio, Rep. Renacci also discussed the incidents in Charlottesville, the Affordable Care Act, and national security when dealing with North Korea.

Thursday, 17 August 2017 09:51

AUDIO: Renacci On Healthcare, Career Politicians

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A talking point that Congressman Jim Renacci has discussed often is how Americans are tired of career politicians making decisions, both locally and nationally. That was evidenced last November when Donald Trump, a businessman-turned-politician, was elected president. Congressman Jim Renacci joined the Ray Horner Morning Show in studio to talk about his own campaign for governor. Renacci, a long-time businessman much like Trump, has thrown his hat in the race for governor in 2018. In addition to the goings on in Ohio, Rep. Renacci also discussed the incidents in Charlottesville, the Affordable Care Act, and national security when dealing with North Korea.

Wednesday, 16 August 2017 12:20

MULTIMEDIA 2017 Camp Reports: Cuyahoga Falls

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Sam and Brad headed out to Cuyahoga Falls High School to speak with first-year head coach Shane Parker to talk Black Tiger football.

 

Parker spoke about instilling a culture of winning at Falls High and he says it all starts with accountability on and off the field.

 

Tuesday, 15 August 2017 18:24

AUDIO Tommy Bowden Looks At CFB Landscape

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Brad Russell spoke with former Clemson head football coach and current college football analyst Tommy Bowden to talk about the upcoming season in Division I college football.

 

Tuesday, 15 August 2017 11:46

MULTIMEDIA 2017 Camp Reports: Highland Hornets

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Sam and Brad caught up with Highland High School assistant coach Mike Nettling to preview the 2017 season. 

 

The Hornets return 31 seniors off of last year's 6-4 squad.  Our Camp reports are brought to you by the Northern Ohio Honda Dealers. 

Monday, 14 August 2017 16:38

AUDIO Bill Rabinowitz Previews OSU Buckeyes

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Bill Rabinowitz, Ohio State football beat writer discussed the upcoming Buckeye season with Brad Russell on Monday afternoon.

The season starts for OSU on Thursday August 31 against the Indiana Hoosiers at 8 p.m.

 Bill also discussed the backup QB battle behind incumbent starter J.T. Barrett. 

Monday, 14 August 2017 14:22

AUDIO 2017 Camp Reports: Barberton Magics

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For today's edition of Camp Days we head to the Magic city of Barberton as we speak with Tony Gotto ahead of the 2017 football season. 

 

The Magics made the playoffs in 2016 and Coach Gotto spoke about his expecations for the upcoming season. Our camp reports are brought to you by Northern Ohio Honda Dealers. 

 

Friday, 11 August 2017 17:41

Hinckley NASCAR Driver Tifft Ready For Mid-Ohio

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The Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course is technically the home track for NASCAR Xfinity Series driver and Hinckley native Matt Tifft. But until just a few weeks ago, he had never even seen the place.

Tifft, who will drive the #19 Akron Community Foundation Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing in Saturday's Mid-Ohio Challenge, said he played the video game iRacing.com and will race in a Trans Am race to learn the track. He missed last year's race while undergoing treatment for a brain tumor. 

Now back on the track and running his first full Xfinity Series season, Tifft is currently seventh in the championship standings. He plans to work with the Akron Community Foundation to help build awareness for brain tumor research.

Tifft joined Jasen to talk about Saturday's race, his partnership with the Akron Community Foundation, his recovery from the brain tumor, and racing against drivers from the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.

Friday, 11 August 2017 18:21

AUDIO Mt. Union Looking For Title In 2017

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Vince Kehres head coach of the Mount Union Purple Raiders stopped by the Sam and Brad Show to discuss the upcoming season and the quest for another Division III national title.

 

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