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2018 High School Football Review: Week 5 (AUDIO)

2018 High School Football Review: Week 5 (AUDIO)

Cowboy reviews Week 5 action in the North Georgia and Chattanooga areas. The Ram Train is getting warmed up and the Meigs Co. Tigers continue to roll. Follow The Take on Twitter: @TheTakePod1 redzonescores.com  thetake.libsyn.comMORE

9/11: An Emotional Morning (AUDIO)

9/11: An Emotional Morning (AUDIO)

Cowboy revisits the morning of 9/11 through his eyes. America came together that day. We can do it again. Follow The Take on Twitter: @TheTakePod1MORE

2018 High School Football Review: Week 4 (AUDIO)

2018 High School Football Review: Week 4 (AUDIO)

Cowboy breaks down Week 4 action in the Chattanooga and North Georgia areas. Big time performances went down this week so this is a must listen. Join the Coca-Cola Red Zone Friday Nights 8p-11p on Talk Radio 102.3fm and follow the show on Twitter: @redzonescores. Follow The Take: @TheTakepod1   redzonescores.com    thetake.libsyn.comMORE

2018 High School Football Review: Week 1 (AUDIO)

2018 High School Football Review: Week 1 (AUDIO)

Coca-Cola Sideline Reporter Jeff Cate joins Cowboy to recap the MBA/McCallie game. We also preview the big matchup between Meigs Co. and Sequatchie County. The High School Football Review keeps you updated on the Chattanooga and North Georgia area games. Follow The Take on Twitter: @TheTakePod1   thetake.libsyn.com  redzonescores.comMORE

2018 High School Football Review: Week 2 (AUDIO)

2018 High School Football Review: Week 2 (AUDIO)

Cowboy discusses Week 2 High School Football action in the Chattanooga and North Georgia areas. We spotlight the Game of the Week Heritage/Ringgold. Coach Robert Akins talks about the big win and his stud QB Cole Kibler. Follow The Take on twitter: @TheTakepod1MORE

2018 High School Football Review: Week 1 (AUDIO)

2018 High School Football Review: Week 1 (AUDIO)

It was a wild night in the Tennessee Valley. Storms raged as teams tried to complete their Week 1 games. Join Cowboy and Coca-Cola Red Zone Sideline Reporter Jeff Cate as they discuss the wet and wild action of Week 1 High School Football.MORE

Dave’s Dish: Fulmer talks Pruitt and recruiting

Dave’s Dish: Fulmer talks Pruitt and recruiting

Tennessee’s 2018 class ranked 20th in the nation. That’s admirable for Jeremy Pruitt who had only a week to address the inaugural early signing period. However, it’s certainly reasonable to think it could have been better had Pruitt had more time to recruit for the Vols.   In a recent interview with WGOW, UT athletic…MORE

Dave’s Dish: Keys to NSD for Vols

Dave’s Dish: Keys to NSD for Vols

Jeremy Pruitt certainly faced plenty of challenges as he attempted to assemble the best possible 2018 class for Tennessee.   Now the first-year head coach, the former Alabama defensive coordinator had to fill out his coaching staff, address the bizarre Jauan Jennings’ situation and, oh yeah, he had to put together a recruiting class with…MORE

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Dave Says: Playing the lottery robs you of your future

Dave Says: Playing the lottery robs you of your future

Dear Dave, I’ve been struggling financially for the past few months, so I’ve been playing the lottery once a week. To me, the chance to win millions is worth a few dollars a month, even if things are tight. Paula   Dear Paula, You’ve told me you’re having money troubles, and at the same time…

Dave Says: Keep your dignity, and work your way out

Dave Says: Keep your dignity, and work your way out

Dear Dave, My wife and I will both turn 30 next month. We have two young children, and we make a little over $85,000 combined. The problem is we have about $70,000 in debt. Some of it is credit card debt, but nearly $50,000 is in two car loans. Her mom and dad have offered…

How to Budget in the New Year     

How to Budget in the New Year     

We all love a good New Year’s celebration, but with it comes the reminder of goals, responsibilities, and resolutions for the upcoming year. And if you’re like most people, somewhere in the middle of all your resolutions is money—as in, the desire to manage it better.