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"Roz" and Xander host The Sporting Edge on LibertyTalk FM

BY: “Roz” and Xander, Hosts, The Sporting Edge
PUBLISHED: October 28, 2017

Dodger Ace Clayton Kershaw Owns World Series Game 1


Witz and Roz give a little breakdown of the NBA season so far. There are a lot of exciting teams out there and Roz brings up the inflow of great young talent in the league and specifically references Lonzo Ball.

The Fall Classic has been as good as advertised so far. Clayton Kershaw pitched phenomenally in Game 1 in his first World Series start. Game 2 went all the way to 11 innings and the Astros were able to steal one on the road.

Alabama is starting to look a lot like the Golden State Warriors of college football, there’s really no one close to them right now. However, No.2 Penn State travels to No.6 Ohio State, which should be a great Big Ten matchup with a lot of playoff implications.

The NFL’s mediocrity (or increased competition?) continues. The Eagles sit atop the league with a 6-1 record, but lost starting left tackle Jason Peters on MNF. The Rams continue to impress and have a great chance to win the NFC West. See you next week!



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Witz is a graduate of Illinois Wesleyan University, where he obtained his B.A. in Economics and Business Administration. He is 22 years old and hails from Deerfield, Illinois. He was an all-conference baseball player at Deerfield High School, and was also a member of the school’s football & wrestling teams.


Roz is from Deerfield Illinois, where he attended Deerfield High School with his co-host “Witz." Roz attended the University of Dayton, receiving a bachelor’s degree in Sports Management with a minor in Business Administration.

While at the University of Dayton Rozdiversified his resume with multiple positions in the sports and entertainment industry. He has worked in the athletic department for the only private school in the city of Dayton. Off campus, Roz was a production assistant on a feature film Landline. The film was shot in the city of Chicago home of his favorite baseball team the Chicago Cubs. At present, Ethan is pursuing a career in talent management and marketing.

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