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Today's lineup for The Cycle

Check out today’s show lineup where we are talking politics, sports, and what happens when there is life without women. Be sure to tweet us your thoughts @thecyclemsnbc during the show

  • Will the Republicans and Democrats be taking the high road over the next 84 days or will we see Dirty Politics? Senior Political Editor, Mark Murray, joins the conversation
  • Tonight Lifetime premiers a docueseries called The Week the Women Went. The docueseries shows what happened in a small southern town when the women left and the men stayed behind. Elli Hakami who is the Senior Vice President, Programming and Production, BBC Worldwide & Executive Producer of the series joins the table to talk about the documentary.
  • Author, Gerald Chertavian, is on today to talk about his book: A Year Up: How a Pioneering Program Teaches Young Adults Real Skills for Real jobs- with Real Success. Click here to read an excerpt from his book about this intensive program that offer young adults training, mentorship, internships, and a real job without having to go into our debt-for-diploma system.
  • The Penn State conversation continues where The Cyclists discuss how the Jerry Sandusky fallout hasn’t only effected the Penn State football team but the school as a whole