Friday, April 3, 2015

March Madness NCAA Coach WimzR and The Sports Girls


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The Inside Score, with The Sports Girls, is the only show that takes fans outside the lines and into the lives of athletes, coaches and sports professionals. Join host Beth Silverberg, along with Tsin-Tsin Ong and Stacie DeBerry as they focus on the positive attributes, charitable foundations, and causes these sports stars support. Get the inside scoop on the Inside Score. New episodes every Thursday at PodcastOne.com


Blake Mori w/
John Parilo

Blake Mori along with John Parilo founded wimZr to enhance people's experience prior to arriving at any travel destination, sporting event, music festival or business conference anywhere around the world.  
Mori has owned an insurance agency with Farmer's Insurance since 2006.  He gives back to Coldwell Banker community fund to build homes for the less fortunate and has been a staple of the agency since working with real estate agents in that office.
More started a group at the American Century Celebrity golf tournament in Lake Tahoe known as the 7th Hole Hecklers.  The group started in 2005, as a small group of five having fun with the celebrities and athletes joking in a positive way and almost 10 years later it has become and event in itself for spectators who come to watch as we mingle and josh with the athletes playing in the tournament.
Parilo is currently running all aspects of wimZr ranging from day-to-day operations, marketing, social media and everything in between.
Parilo played a role on Mayor Kevin Johnson's team for the miracle story, helping to save the Sacramento Kings and secured plans to build a state-of-the-art downtown entertainment and sports center in the heart of downtown Sacramento.

















Jerry Francis

Jerome Francis Jr., formerly the Boy’s Varsity Basketball Coach at Pickerington Central High School, which won the 2012 Division I Boy’s State Basketball Championship, the first State title in Pickerington basketball history.   He was also named OCC Ohio Division Coach of the Year, and Columbus Dispatch Coach of the Year.
Francis has previously been an NCAA Division I Head Coach and has held assistant coaching positions at several prominent Division I schools, lastly Oregon State University in April 2007.
Francis formerly served as an assistant coach at Nebraska during the 2005-06 seasons.  He helped the Cornhuskers to a 19-14 overall record, into the semifinals of the Big 12 Conference Tournament and a berth in the NIT.
Prior to that, Francis was the Head Coach at Prairie View A&M University for three seasons (2003-05). He was the 2002-03 Southwestern Athletic Conference Coach of the Year after he led the Panthers to a 17-12 record and the regular-season SWAC title.  It was Prairie View’s first conference title since 1962, and Francis was also honored as the National Rookie Coach of the Year by collegeinsider.com.
He has also been an assistant coach at Houston for two seasons (2001-02), Ball State for three seasons (1998-00), Ohio State for three seasons (1995-97), Butler for one season (1994) the Bulldogs went 16-13 overall and tied for second place in the Midwest Collegiate Conference and Bowling Green for one season (1993).  
Francis graduated from The Ohio State University with a degree in education in 1991.  He was a four-year starter for the Buckeyes from 1986-89 and appeared in four postseason tournaments.  On Ohio State’s all-time records list, he ranks second in games played (133) and 16th in scoring (1,486 points).  He is a native of Columbus, Ohio.  He is married to Mimi Lang Francis.  He has two 21-year-old twin daughters, Jarel and Jaren, and two sons, Duntae (26), Jerome Francis III (14) and 2 grandson’s Jayden (5) and Keyuntae (2).

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