In the first show after the debut of the League Profile Series, the guys introduce two new segments, including an all new approach to match previews for the weekend and midweek match ups, as well as an all new guests. Follow EPL from LFK on Twitter, @EPLfromLFK, like them on Facebook, or email them at EPLfromLFK@gmail.com. If you like the music, follow Lucid Vision on Twitter, @MrLucidVision, like him on Facebook, or download all his music free on SoundCloud at https://soundcloud.com/lucid-vision.
It’s a new brand of show! And the guys open up the new EPL from LFK with an all new Scores segment plus Carlo Gabriel and Adam Reckard break down the MLS Expansion Draft. Follow the show on Twitter: @EPLfromLFK, like them on Facebook, or email them at EPLfromLFK@gmail.com. If you want more Lucid Vision, follow him on Twitter: @MrLucidVision, like him on Facebook, or download all his music for free at https://soundcloud.com/lucid-vision.
The first of a whole new generation of episodes, two guests join EPL from LFK to talk all things BPL. Griffin breaks down the latest scores and fantasy news, and unveils the new style of EPL from LFK. Follow us on Twitter @EPLfromLFK, like us on Facebook, and email us at EPLfromLFK@gmail.com. If you like the music, like Lucid Vision on Facebook, follow @MrLucidVision on Twitter, or download all his music for free on Soundcloud.
It’s almost tournament time for KU Women’s Soccer, and the Jayhawks are coming in strong. Ahead of their last regular season game in Norman against Oklahoma, the Jayhawks are 15-3-0 overall ranked 17th. Where at the beginning of the season it was the powerful offense and tremendous scoring instinct of Liana Salazar, it is now all about the top 20 defense for the Jayhawks. Salazar still sits in 40th in the nation in scoring with 11 goals and four assists. Her 26 points is 10 more than the nearest Lady Jayhawk, and her dominance won’t stop against the weak Sooner defense. Kansas puts up nearly two goals per game, good for 64th in the nation,…
Griffin breaks down all the major scores from a very busy week in soccer, plus two new segments and all your MVPs and disappointments. If you like the show, follow us on Twitter @EPLfromLFK, like us on Facebook, or email Griffin at EPLfromLFK@gmail.com. If you love the music, check out Lucid Vision on Facebook and download all his music free on Soundcloud!
This week, Griffin takes an in depth look at all the BPL and Champions League scores, plus results and standings from around the world. Any and all comments are appreciated. To contact Griffin, email him at email@example.com, and keep an eye out for the EPL from LFK Facebook page. #Pardula4Heisman
The KU Soccer team takes on Oklahoma State in a home match at 7 p.m. today at Rock Chalk Park.
By Joe Fuentes It was a great weekend in sports: college football returned, Manchester United avoided embarrassment, Dwight Howard said thank you to Orlando and the NFL begins Wednesday. So let’s get started: College Football Is it bad that I left the KU game early? I walked out after the 99 yard touchdown run (which I called by the way) by South Dakota State in the first quarter to put the Jackrabbits up 7-0. I’m sorry, but it was 100 degrees in the stands, there was no shade and our offense couldn’t score on its first two possessions. I had already seen enough. Although, the Jayhawks ended up winning the game, I think it…
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