Listen to Go4it! Guests: HOF Willie Roaf, Ex-NFL player Jeremiah Brown

We will be talking sports and having fun doing it! We will be joined by Hall of Famer Willie Roaf and former Jaguars S Jeremiah Brown. With NFL season underway, we will talk all things NFL. Who will win it all? What should expect to see in 2019? Who will be good, and who will be bad? We will talk about it. We will also talk Antonio Brown, Ezekiel Elliott, and Andrew Luck’s retirement.

Show starts at 7pmest

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Listen to Go4it! Guest: Rider University assistant basketball coach Marlon Guild

We will be talking sports and having fun doing it! We will discuss all things NBA Finals and more with Rider University assistant basketball coach Marlon Guild. Is the Warriors’ dynasty truly over? What happens with Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson? What happens with Kawhi Leonard.

We’ll talk about it all!

Show starts tonight at 7pmest!

Photos: 2nd annual AO1 Foundation Charity Softball Game

The Carson Wentz AO1 Foundation raised $500,000 at its 2nd annual AO1 Foundation Charity Softball Game. On May 31st, Citizens Bank Park held 15,000 fans who came to the ballpark to cheer on 29 members of the Philadelphia Eagles as they took to the field for a home run derby and softball game. Richard Rodgers was the home run derby champion; and Team Offense beat Team Defense by a score of 17-16.

The funds raised will benefit the foundation’s mission to uplift individuals and communities around the world by demonstrating God’s love for His people. The foundation does this through three service ministries: the Haiti Sports Complex, the Outdoor Ministry and Thy Kingdom Crumb (TKC). At the event, it was announced that an ice cream truck was recently donated to TKC and will soon offer sweet treats to people in the Philadelphia community.

“We are so grateful to be back at Citizens Bank Park for our 2nd Annual AO1 Foundation Charity Softball Game,” said Carson Wentz, starting quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles and foundation founder. “The continued support from fans and community is greatly appreciated and a wonderful testament to the power of using God’s love to uplift others! It’s our goal to show people that no matter what you do, we all have an opportunity to make a real impact in our communities’ and others’ lives.”

Prior to the game, the AO1 Foundation honored three members of the community who exemplify the foundation’s mission: John Burke with Holy Ghost Prep; Buddy Osborn with the Rock Ministries of Philadelphia; and Katie Spencer who volunteers with many organizations, including Variety and Special Olympics. Recognizing others and using #AO1LeaveYourMark on social media is one way the foundation encourages everyone to do what they can to serve others and their community.

The foundation is thankful for its many supporters, sponsors and volunteers who made the event happen and the fans who came to enjoy the game!

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Listen to Go4it! Guest: Senior VP of Orlando Magic Pat Williams

We will be talking sports and having fun doing it. Senior Vice-President of the Orlando Magic will join us, Pat Williams, who will discuss his new book “Character Carved in Character” and also we will get his thoughts on the Orlando Magic, NBA playoffs, Markelle Fultz, Magic Johnson, Andrew Toney,  and so much more!

Show starts today at 11 am.

Listen to Go4it! Guest: NBA Playoffs talk w/ Rider U Assistant basketball coach Marlon Guild

We will be talking sports and having fun doing it. We will be talking NBA Playoffs with Rider University Assistant Bball coach Marlon Guild. Who comes out of the East? Who comes out of the West? Who is the pressure on in these playoffs? We’ll talk about it!

The show starts at 7pmest

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