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Nick Ferguson’s Secondary Perspective

Nick Ferguson’s Secondary Perspective

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December 18th 2014:How Far Would You Go

We all grow up with aspirations of living out our wildest fantasies, like hauling in the game winning touch down reception in the Super Bowl to building the next billion company or marrying the women of your dreams. Either one would surely make you the envy of all your peers, but there's a sacrifice associate with each one that some are not willing to make. How far would you be willing to go and what would you be willing to sacrifice for successful. On today's show we sit down with former Denver Broncos running back, 2-time Pro Bowler and 2014 UM Sports Hall of Fame inductee, Clinton Portis. W

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Jeff Hauser

Jeff Hauser's 10 plus years as a media professional has granted him the opportunity to cover some of the best players and coaches professional sports has to offer. His columns for Rantsports and the Pac12 provide a fresh perspective on the world of sports that satisfies the cravings of sports fans no matter what region you call home. The media landscape is forever changing, whether it's the local teams or the national scene, Jeff has his ear to the ground bringing you all the latest breaking news. @radiohauser
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Clinton Portis

This native of Laurel, Mississippi honed his skills at Gainesville High School and later became the second true freshman to start at running back since 1975 season at the University of Miami. Portis five 100-yard performances set a the school's freshman record with eight touchdowns and 838 yards on 143 carries. Portis capped off a sensational campaign at Miami with his best season in 2001 rushing for 1,200 yards and 10 touchdowns on 220 carries. He was selected by the Denver Broncos in the 2nd round of the 2002 draft where he earned two trips to the Pro Bowl in 2003 and 2008. He was later trade in the biggest trade at the time which brought Champ Bailey to Denver and sent him out east to W
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