2nd annual Shenandoah Apple Blossom Labor Day Weekend

For the second year in a row Shenandoah Apple Blossom and Concern Hotline will team up for a 3 day Labor Day Weekend  celebration.

It all starts Fri.Sept. 2 with the 23 annual Concern Hotline Friday Fish Fry from 4 until 9 p.m. with the band Junk Food.

Sat. Sept. 4 from noon until 7 p.m. the second annual Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival Honey Car BBQ and Brews Event begins.

Local Barbecue will be the feature at the event with live entertainment throughout the weekend including College Football monitoring with large screens on the grounds.

Sept. 4 from noon until 6 p.m. more barbecue, games and live entertainment will be featured.

For tickets and information for the annual Concern Hotline Friday Fish Fry click here.

Tickets and information on the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival Honey Car BBQ and Brews event is found here.

All the events will be at the Frederick County Fairgrounds 250 Fairground Road Clearbrook Virginia.

For more news from across the Shenandoah Valley, click here.

Sports Dogs: Talkin’ NIL With Coach C

On this edition of the Sports Dogs Podcast, Randy (The R-Dog) and Coach C, Mike Costello, examine the ever-changing landscape of college football as we approach the 2022 season. Topics covered include Name Image Likeness deals and conference realignment.

 

Sports Dogs Podcast
Sports Dogs Podcast
Sports Dogs: Talkin' NIL With Coach C
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Sports Dogs Podcast: Championship Week With Coach C

In this week’s SDPC, Randy (The R-Dog) is joined by Coach C, Mike Costello, as they talk about Championship Week in college football. The R-Dog & The Coach break down the matchups and College Football Playoff implications, not to mention their thoughts about coaches Brian Kelly and Lincoln Riley leaving their programs on the eve of bowl season.

Sports Dogs Podcast
Sports Dogs Podcast
Sports Dogs Podcast: Championship Week With Coach C
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Sports Dogs Podcast: Talkin’ College Football With Coach C

In this week’s SDPC, The Dogs cover WVU, Virginia Tech, and UVA football, as well as a possible collision course between Georgia and Alabama, and transfer portal news.

Sports Dogs Podcast
Sports Dogs Podcast
Sports Dogs Podcast: Talkin' College Football With Coach C
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Coach C On Week 1 Of College Football

Fans were welcomed back into stadiums all over the country this past weekend as the energy returned to College Football. We chat with Coach C, Mike Costello, former grad assistant under Frank Beamer, and cover everything from the rocking stands in Blacksburg, to the reloaded Crimson Tide, to WVU laying an egg against Maryland. Enjoy this edition of the SDPC!

R-Dog

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Sports Dogs Podcast
Coach C On Week 1 Of College Football
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Sports Dogs Podcast: College And Covid Part 2

In our latest Sports Dogs Podcast, Coach Mike Costello, known affectionately as “Coach C,” joins us again for for “College And Covid Part 2.” Coach C, a former graduate assistant back in the day under Frank Beamer at Virginia Tech, and longtime member of the coaching fraternity, talks about the ever-changing landscape of college athletics as it relates to COVID-19, as we start transitioning from football to basketball. We also weigh in on this weekend’s Army-Navy game, and how it will be different this year. Oh, and I had to crow just a bit about the WFT win over the Steelers yesterday.

Enjoy this week’s Sports Dogs Podcast! RW

Sports Dogs Podcast
Sports Dogs Podcast
Sports Dogs Podcast: College And Covid Part 2
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Sports Dogs Podcast: College Football and Covid With Coach C

In this week’s edition of the all-new “Sports Dogs” podcast, Randy Woodward chats with Coach “C”, Mike Costello about the ever-changing landscape of college football in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Coach C once worked with and for legendary Virginia Tech coach Frank Beamer, and is very knowledgeable about the inner workings of the college game. Enjoy this very insightful Sports Dogs Podcast!

Sports Dogs Podcast
Sports Dogs Podcast
Sports Dogs Podcast: College Football and Covid With Coach C
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