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Greg Clink Show for January 22nd


 

CHICO STATE HEAD COACH GREG CLINK SAYS HIS TEAM WILL REBOUND FROM A TOUGH WEEKEND

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AS THEY RETURN HOME FOR A PAIR AT ACKER THIS WEEKEND

 

 

In today's installment of Clink's Corner Chico State head basketball coach Greg Clink says his team is prepared to bounce back after two losses in the Los Angeles basin last weekend. The Wildcats dropped a heart-breaker 54-53 to Cal State Los Angeles and then were over-whelmed by Cal State Dominguez Hills 67-41 on Saturday.

 

The Wildcats not only lost the game on Friday, but lost two starters to injuries in the waning moments of the game that kept them out of Saturday's match-up with the Toros. Jason Conrad was fouled hard going for a dunk with a little more than five minutes left and suffered two cuts to his face and a concussion after falling hard to the hardwood. Just minutes later Amir Carraway pulled a hamstring and could not play Saturday as well. Combine those injuries with Sean Park recovering from an ankle sprain suffered two weeks ago.....and the Cats were without three pivotal players in their Saturday match-up.

 

Clink said he gave the Wildcats Monday off to recuperate and rest after four straight road games. He told KPAY it is still too early to tell the availability of Park, Conrad and Carraway this weekend, but says they are making progress. In today's Clink's Corner he talks about the importance of the 7-foot Conrad to the Wildcats defensive scheme and also his club's inability to hit three point shots (6-for-49) over the weekend.

 

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Greg Clink Show for January 15th, 2013


 

CHICO STATE MEN'S HEAD BASKETBALL COACH GREG CLINK TALKS ABOUT THE WEEKEND SPLIT IN SAN DIEGO AND SAN BERNARDINO. THE WILDCATS HEAD TO LOS ANGELES THIS WEEKEND TO TAKE ON CAL STATE

LOS ANGELES AND DOMINGUEZ HILLS

 

Mike Baca talks with Giants 3rd Base Coach Tim Flannery about Bryan Stow and Baseball !


 

 

 

KPAY'S Mike Baca had a chance this week to talk with San Francisco Giants 3rd base coach Tim Flannery about a benefit concert for Bryan Stow. Stow was injured in an attack in the Dodger Stadium parking lot on opening day of the 2011 season. His family faces life-long medical bills and Flannery has been playing benefit concerts for Stow for more than a year....One of those concerts will be broadcast on Comcast Hometown Network (Channel 104) this Saturday night at 8pm....that is the Comcast Hometown Network.....
 


 

 

Greg Clink Show for January 8th 2013


 

CHICO STATE MEN'S HEAD COACH GREG CLINK TALKS ABOUT  HOW HIS "DEFENSE FIRST" PHILOSOPHY AND WHY GETTING "STOPS" ON THE DEFENSIVE END....MAKES THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WINNING AND LOSING

 

CLINK'S CORNER FOR JANUARY 8, 2013

 

Our NEW Chico State & KPAY Commercial


 

 

This is our new promotional commercial for Chico State Basketball on Newstalk 1290 KPAY....

 

Jordan Rodgers goes out a winner at Vandy


 

 

CHICO'S OWN JORDAN RODGERS THROWS FOR TWO TOUCHDOWNS AND RUNS FOR ANOTHER AS VANDY GETS BIG WIN OVER THE WOLFPACK IN THE MUSIC CITY BOWL

   

COURTESY: The Baxter Bulletin

 

     The Southeastern Conference is so strong that now even Vanderbilt, yes Vandy, is winning like the Commodores haven’t in nearly a century.

     Pleasant Valley High and Butte College product Jordan Rodgers threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score as the Vanderbilt Commodores capped their best season since 1915 Monday by beating North Carolina State 38-24 in the Music City Bowl.

     Rodgers was nearly flawless in leading Vandy  to the win, as the Commodores used a punishing running

attack to control the game from the outset.

     The Commodores finished 9-4 for their best record since going 9-1 in 1915, and it’s only the third time the smallest and only private university in the Southeastern Conference has won as many as nine games in a season. They also finished with seven straight wins, their longest streak since winning eight in 1948.

Vanderbilt forced a season-high five turnovers, including four in the first half, and turned those into 17 points.

N.C. State (7-6) wrapped up the season under interim coach Dana Bible snapping a two-game bowl winning streak. The Wolfpack had their fifth game this season with at least four turnovers, and that helped wipe out a 424-225 advantage in total offense.

     This was the 27th bowl all-time for N.C. State, and the Wolfpack had every coach working this game except Tom O’Brien, who was fired at the end of the regular season. But a team that ranked second in the Atlantic Coast Conference in turnovers couldn’t overcome its own mistakes, which also included a bad shotgun snap that cost the Wolfpack 21 yards on the opening drive.

     Vandy coach James Franklin got a contract extension a month ago for guiding the Dores to a second straight bowl game for the first time in school history. Franklin didn’t change anything that got his Commodores here as he went for it on fourth down, used the wildcat repeatedly and even had senior running back Zac Stacy attempt a halfback pass to Rodgers.

     The Commodores took control from the opening drive, moving 65 yards for a touchdown that put them ahead to stay. Officials initially called Chris Boyd out of bounds, but review showed the sophomore got the toes of his right foot down for a 5-yard TD pass from Rodgers.

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