Their Story

I would like to inform you that I book shows for Total Radio Network. The show is hosted by Neil Haley. Great famous people has shared their story. I ask you to like the page and be part of it as well. See the bio and links below

“The Total Radio Network is heard in over 180 countries and has over 2 million listeners a week. The Total Education Network is syndicated on 100 plus stations. Here are some of the stations and markets the show is being played on 102.1 FM Tampa, 1630 AM Tampa, 107.1 Las Vegas, 1520 AM Las Vegas, 98.3 FM Macon, GA, 810 AM Macon, GA, 102.1 Lancaster PA, 1640 AM Lancaster PA, 100.7 FM Boulder, CO, 88.3 FM Pittsburgh, 107.5 FM Whaley UK, London, UK, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Montreal, … Canada, Detroit, St. Pete, Mississippi, Oregon, Baltimore, Orlando, Wisconsin, and Kingston, Jamaica. Some of the shows notable guests include: Jackie Martling, Xzibit , Liza Gibbons, Dave Cowens, Kurt Warner, , Noelle Pikus Pace, Randall Cunningham, John Rich, Steven Jackson, Zack Ward, James Worthy, Alan Page, Art Rooney II, Kerry Walsh Jennings, Bethany Hamilton, Bill Ayers, David Baldwin, and Sharna Burgess. In addition, we interview New York Times Best Selling Authors. You can find more information on the Total Radio Network at http://www.totaltutor.net and http://www.blogtalkradio.com/totaltutor

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God Bless,

JOSEPH MUIA

Talking with former NFL player Ernie Mills

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Ernie Mills played college football for the University of Florida, and was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the third round of the 1991 draft. Mills was a wide receiver and return specialist who played total of six seasons with the Steelers from 1991-1996. The best season Mills had was in 1995 when he had over 2,000 all-purpose yards and helped the Steelers gain a berth in Super Bowl XXX.

During the Super Bowl Mills tore his left anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee, which hurt him most of his 1996 season. In 1997, Mills was a free agent and was picked up by the Carolina Panthers. Then in 1998, was picked up by Dallas Cowboys where there he was reunited with Chan Gailey who was his offensive coordinator with the Steelers. Mills would finish third in receiving yards behind Michael Irvin and Billy Davis that season.

Mills finished his nine-year NFL career with 196 catches for 2,934 yards and twenty touchdowns.

Talking with Ernie Mills!

Where do you live now? Florida

What are you up to these days? Trying to build my foundation

What is your fondest memory about playing in the NFL? So many but if I had to say one it would be the super bowl

Why do you think you made it when so many others have tried, but failed to make in the in the NFL? It’s a blessing first then a gift and a lot of hard work and mental thoughts

Do you have aches and pains from playing? Yes. everyday multiple aches and pain

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Do you still keep in touch with any of your teammates? Yes a few of them

Is their any difference between the NFL when you played and now? If so, what the biggest difference? They enforce the rules a little more and much better facilities

If you could rewind your NFL experience would you change anything? I don’t think about changing anything but I would have stayed with the Steelers my entire career.

What advice would you give any kid that has a dream of playing in the National Football League? Think about getting that degree first. Keep the game fun and compete and give 100% with each workout, practice and game. Be a teammate.

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Any final thoughts? Thanks for the interview

Take care,

Joseph Muia

Talking with former NFL player Darryl Grant

San Francisco 49ers vs Washington Redskins at Candlestick Park Monday, November 21, 1988.  49ers beat Redskins 37-21.  Washington Redskins defensive tackle Darryl Grant (77).  (AP Photo/Al Golub)

San Francisco 49ers vs Washington Redskins at Candlestick Park Monday, November 21, 1988. 49ers beat Redskins 37-21. Washington Redskins defensive tackle Darryl Grant (77). (AP Photo/Al Golub)

Darryl Grant played defensive tackle for eleven seasons for the Washington Redskins and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Grant played college football at Rice University.

Grant was drafted by the Redskins in the ninth round of the 1981 NFL Draft. The Redskins decided to turn him into a defensive lineman, even though he played offensive guard in college. After using his 1981 rookie year to adjust to the rigors of playing defensive tackle in the NFL, Grant joined the defensive line rotation starting in 1982.

Grant went on to become a fixture on Joe Gibbs’ Redskins teams in the 1980s. Grant was one of the contributors during a period (his Redskins career 1981–1990) that saw the Redskins make the playoffs six times, including three trips to the Super Bowl (two wins) and four conference championship appearances (three wins).

Interview with Grant of the past and present.

Where do you live now? The DMV.  DC, Maryland, Virginia. Metropolitan, Washington DC.Area.

What are you up to these days? Retired

What is your fondest memory about playing in the NFL? Teammates and playoffs.

Why do you think you made it when so many others have tried, but failed to make in the NFL? Drive and determination along with luck.

Do you have aches and pains from playing? Yes

Do you still keep in touch with any of your teammates? Yes

Is there any difference between the NFL when you played and now? If so, what the biggest difference? Easier practice and way more money

If you could rewind your NFL experience would you change anything? The loss to the Raiders

What advice would you give any kid that has a dream of playing in the National Football League? It’s hard work. The NFL is no Joke.

You can follow Darryl Grant at https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1215883885

Take care,

Joseph Muia

SIX YEAR STREAK ALIVE- 2016 SUPERBOWL PREDICTION

Well I am at it again! Last year, my prediction was Seahawks vs. Bengals in the Superbowl. I had the Bengals wrong but Seahawks right. This makes five straight seasons where I pick two teams to make it to the Superbowl and each year I get one team right. This year I am planning to keep my streak alive.

Of course you will hear people say that I have picked great teams to make the Superbowl. However, I think my prediction is far more than luck. I pick before any preseason games are played. I pick before all players are truly on a roster. I also pick before season ending injuries.

Here is the look back from the previous five seasons of teams I pick to make it, and they made it to the SuperBowl.
2011- Packers
2012- Patriots
2013- 49ers
2014- Broncos
2015- Seahawks

So now for this the 2015-2016 season, who will make it to the Superbowl? I think these two teams will shock a lot of viewers. I put a lot of thought into this process like I do every year. Then the last thing I let happen is feeling my heart telling me to agree with myself. So with that being said, here are the two teams!

Falcons vs. Steelers

Steelers win 31-27

Of course many people would want to know why. Why do you pick those teams? Some will even laugh. Then I can explain this reason and that reason. Yet no matter what there is no other good reason then my heart saying it’s a true good prediction. The only thing that can stop these two teams from making it, is if their starting Quarterbacks go down. So let’s roll the dice and just see what happens. I know I am ready to say… I told you so!

What are your thoughts?

GOD BLESS,

JOSEPH MUIA

NFL DRAFT DIAMONDS

For those who don’t know, I am doing an internship with Damond Talbot who is an NFL Scout. I am conducting interviews on the 2015 NFL Draft prospects. As well, I have helped players get other media attention. Please come visit me on twitter or facebook and check out the interviews. These player really wish you knew more than just the back of their jersey with their name on it. They would love for you to know the person under the helmet as well.

Facebook: joseph.muia.7

Twitter: @Joey435686  and @JosephM540

Thanks,

Joseph Muia

ISAIAH SHELTON, LT, SHEPHERD COLLEGE- INTERVIEW

Isaiah Shelton is a freak on the field. Shelton plays at left tackle for the Shepherd Rams, and has been doing things that I have never seen before in my life. Shelton can move a defensive end twenty yards down the field that knock them totally away from the play. As well, Shelton can just take a player down to the ground because of his power in his legs and upper body. I was advised that in two seasons, Shelton has only given up two sacks. The awards have showed that Shelton is a good player, but Shelton doesn’t want to be just good, he wants to be great. Here is my interview with Shelton.

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SHELTON’S TWITTER: @GlobaliZEAtion9

Where were you born? I was born in Washington D.C.
When did you start playing football? I started paying football in the 9th grade.
What does football mean to you? Football means a lot to me I don’t see it as just a game. The passion I have for football makes it a lifestyle for me.
Were you a starter or backup player when you first started playing football? 9th grade a played JV football where I was a backup, 10th grade I was moved up to varsity where I started a few games at center. After my sophomore season I become a fulltime starter.
What was your biggest accomplishment at Charles Herbert Flowers? I would say my biggest accomplishment was being named to the All-County First Team for two different sports

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Why did you decide to play for Shepherd University? Shepherd was always there for me, I went through some tough times when it came to recruiting but Shepherd never gave up on me. They did everything to make sure I would be a part of their program.
How have you been staying fit this offseason? I train with my strength and condition coach along with a few of my teammates who stay at school in the summer.
You have been honor as 2012 1st Team All WVIAC, 2012 2nd Team All Region, 2013 1st Team All MEC, 2013 1st Team All Region, 2013 3rd Team All American, 2014 Several Preseason All American List. Do you feel you still have more learning to do? Definitely, I think you can always get better and achieve more. When you think you’ve done it all, there’s always a way to improve and accomplish something else. I’m honored and blessed to have achieved those accolades but as I said before I want to improve and receive more.

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Who are you excited to play this year? Honestly, I’m excited to play everyone this year but most of all West Liberty because we didn’t play them last season.
What has been your biggest accomplishment as an athlete? Accolades and Winning Championships
What keeps you motivated? My family, my mother and father are two of the hardest working people I know. Seeing what they’ve sacrificed for me and my siblings, motivates me to work my hardest to be the best I can.
What would you say is your biggest strengths on the field? Versatility, I can play all five positions on the line and I’m willing to play anywhere, as long as I am helping my team be better I will play any position.
What does Howard Jones playing in the NFL mean to you and your school? It’s huge not only because he making a name for a small school like Shepherd but also because it provides others players at Shepherd such as myself with the opportunity to be scouted. I practiced against Howard for the past three seasons and each year I saw my game improve. I think he’ll be great in the NFL and I wish him the best.
Will you enter the 2015 NFL draft? Yes

HIGHLIGHT:
http://www.hudl.com/athlete/1914195/isaiah-shelton

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Any last words you like to give? I just want to say it’s an honor to play this game and I really appreciate all the support from my family, friends and fans. Also I will continue to work my hardest to earn the opportunity to play at the next level.

Thanks,
Joseph Muia
@Joey435686

Mason Ruiz- University of South Dakota DE Interview

University Of South Dakota defensive coordinator Jason Petrino stated that Mason Ruiz will be coming in and helping out a lot. I would say that statement would be 100% true. Ruiz has his sight on making it to the next level. This year, I look for good things to happen for Ruiz and the University Of South Dakota. My interview with the star himself Ruiz known as Mase.

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What year were you born? 1993

Where were you born? Madera, Ca

When did you start playing football? Middle school

What does football mean to you? Opportunities, Life lessons, Building relationships

Were you a starter or backup player? Starter

What was your biggest accomplishment at San Joaquin Memorial HS? Getting the chance to graduate and walk across the stage to make my family happy.

What did College of the Sequoias teach you the most? Taught me a lot about myself personally, trying to find out who I was as a man since I was leaving on my own and taking on the grown up responsibilities. Also how much I really had a passion to continue my career to be a student/athlete

Why did you decide to play for University of South Dakota? The coaching staff there had tons and tons of belief in me as a person and also a athlete. I also chose the university because it was in a small town and I loved that feeling. Great people, amazing culture, and the staff just felt like family when I was there.

Do you think playing basketball has helped you gain an edge in football? I believe it has helped me a lot actually, my lateral quickness and it help my quick twitch in making me more explosive off the ball. I do believe that basketball played a helping roll, but I most of all had to apply myself to the football aspect even more. It was once I stopped playing basketball full-time and give all my attention to football I felt like I was becoming a good player.

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How have you been staying fit this offseason? Well at this level of competition it is all about being in condition so myself and our strength and conditioning program help me from day 1 when I stepped on campus and gave me all the tools to get where I needed to be for the season. Also focusing more on the movements/lifts that I wasn’t good at to.

Who are you excited to play this year? I am speechless when I think about the upcoming season. To actually look in the mirror and tell myself I am a division 1 student/athlete is amazing and play against great competition.

What has been your biggest accomplishment as an athlete? Getting scholarships Offers

What keeps you motivated? My family, the struggles I went through when I lived with my father. I learned a lot about being grateful for anything and everything you receive. It also humbled me as I got older and things shaped me into the man I am today. Not saying I’m perfect but it has helped me.

What would you say is your biggest strengths on the field? I would say my athleticism being explosive, fast and hungry to make a play any chance I can.

Can you provide any struggles you have faced in your life? I think having my lights cut off and sometimes not knowing where I was going to live at times. My family was broken so I was torn between the two and plus being the oldest was the hardest because I had younger brothers and sisters who I know looked up to me and if not yet they were going to some day. The stuff I went through was hard for a young man. I didn’t always have the guidance I needed nor the right role model, but sometimes I look back at my past and look at how it has help me in my future. It would be easy to point out the excuses and how I acted this way because of whatever, but I didn’t I took it upon myself and always separated myself from everybody.

Will you enter the 2015 NFL draft? Honestly it would great! I would love it but only if the opportunity presents itself. I understand to the fullest that there a thousands who want this chance to take on a dream you’ve had since you were little. If I feel that a coaching staff has the faith and belief in me and see that I can help the team in any matter possible I would take the opportunity with full steam ahead.

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Highlight:
http://www.hudl.com/athlete/1150698/mason-ruiz

Twitter:
@SmooveePNewton

Thanks,
Joseph Muia
@Joey435686