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The Collegiate Podcast Episode 6: R. Kelly, LaughFest, Antonio Brown and more

R. Kelly emerges from his Chicago studio on Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. (Abel Uribe/Chicago Tribune/TNS) / Comedian Brian Regan with Kidsday reporters from left, Jared Weingarten, Justin Yakuel, Sasha Dennis and Sydney Baker. (Pat Mullooly/Newsday/TNS) / Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown (84) celebrates a touchdown against the Baltimore Ravens on November 4, 2018, at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. (Ulysses Munoz/Baltimore Sun/TNS) (photo montage by Mike Staley/The Collegiate)

On this episode, there’s tons going on in the news and Jack is breaking it all down. President Trump has requested a massive budget for a number of issues including the border wall, education packages and more. On Sunday, there was drug bust in New York City that involved $77 million worth of cocaine, this is the biggest drug bust since 1994, plus the gang is breaking down everything that’s been going on with the R. Kelly situation including his outlandish interview with Gayle King.

It’s March in Grand Rapids which means Gilda’s LaughFest is officially upon us. With so many comedians in town, the topic of offensive comedy has been brought to light. The guys will discuss the direction in which stand up comedy is heading and if younger millennials will still support comedians whose material can be perceived as a bit off color.

The Grand Rapids Community College men’s and women’s basketball teams both lost in the National Junior College Athletic Association Region XII last week which was hosted in GRCC’s Gerald R. Ford Fieldhouse. The guys break down the seasons for each team and highlight the players who earned All-Conference and All-Tournament honors. Mike, Aaron and Matthew are also diving into the latest news out of the NFL including the Antonio Brown trade to the Raiders and the biggest free agency winners and losers so far this off season.

Editor’s Note: At the time of The Collegiate Podcast recording, Le’Veon Bell was a free agent. He has since signed a new deal with the New York Jets.

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