Football in Focus Tonight at Shane’s Rib Shack

Posted by Andy Durham on November 5, 2009 at 2:29 pm under College, High School, Professional | Comments are off for this article

Back on the air again TONIGHT at the Shane’s Rib Shack on Westover Terrace at 6pm and we will have the Ragsdale Tigers’ Daniel McNeil and Elliot Cobb with us as they get ready to face High Point Central tomorrow night at Simeon Stadium…..

Daniel is one of the Tigers leading defensive linemen and Elliot is up front on the offensive line. We will hear what these two seniors have to say as they go into the game against Central on Friday.

We will also check in with the attending physical therapist for Ragsdale, when we speak with John O’Halloran from GOSMC, Guilford Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Center.

John will fill us in on many of the sports injuries facing the players today and he will also give us the good word on how to treat those injuries when they occur.

John has been with GOSMC for 15-20 years and he knows the business of sports medicine.

We will also get into the college games for this week, with one on the horizon this evening as Virginia Tech travels to face East Carolina in Greenville….

It will also be time to take a look at the pros with all the key NFL games on the docket this weekend and hopefully we will have a chance to go over those with Jim Modlin…..

That’s Football in Focus Tonight at the Shane’s Rib Shack on Westover Terrace with a start time of 6pm at Greensborosports.com and click on the Icon at the top of the page to get in and watch LIVE or check out the program later on in it’s post-day position by clicking on the same link at the top of our home page and you can watch tonight’s show and check out any other shows from this high school football season…..

Shane’s Rib Shack with those award-winning Ribs, BBQ and Chicken and the sides with Chips, Fries, Greens, Baked Beans, Potato Salad, Okra, Corn on the Cob, plus Peach Cobbler and Brownies……

That’s 6pm TONIGHT LIVE from Shane’s Rib Shack………


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