Guest Podcast Episodes
In 1990, Dr. David Klingler threw for 5,140 yards, 467.3 ypg & set many NCAA records including 54 TDs, & single game both yards, 712 & TDs, 11. David Klingler discusses the 1990 record setting season.
On Oct 26, 2013, Western Connecticut State Colonials’ HB Octavias McKoy set an NCAA single-game rushing record, rushing for 455-yds in a 55-35 defeat of the Worcester State Lancers. Octavias McKoy discusses that record setting game, his inspirational work now and some college football history.
Chris Zorich, Notre Dame Fighting Irish, 1988 National Champions, 1989 Defensive Player of the Year.
John Square, DE 2001 Miami Hurricanes and Sr. Associate Athletics Director, Internal Operations, The George Washington University. Mr Square discusses the 2001 Miami Hurricanes, one of the greatest college football teams of all-time, the current Miami Hurricanes season and more.
John Square, Miami Hurricanes, 2001 National Champions.
Assistant Coach Kevin McDonough, Cornell University
Phil Steele discusses his best-selling college football preseason magazine, College Football Preview, what led to the creation of his magazine, the accuracy of its predictions, his most proud predictions over last season and the last 23 years, and some college football history.
Phil Steele, Author of 'College Football Preview', best selling college football preseason magazine.
Lauren Sisler, multi-national award winning Sports Reporter for ESPN, SEC Network and AL.com discusses her sideline reporting of the first game back after Covid, the Kick Six game, SEC football and more.
Lauren Sisler, ESPN Sports Reporter, SEC Network.
Sportscaster, Mike McCoy, Host of the Mike McCoy Show, Slam Radio. XM
Bill Carroll, Director of HBCU Scouting, Consensus Draft Services
Maya Washington, daughter of Michigan State Spartans & Minnesota Vikings WR Gene Washington, discusses her book THROUGH THE BANKS OF THE RED CEDAR: My Father and the Team That Changed the Game. The book is based on the award-winning documentary that debuted on the Big Ten Network and is airing nation-wide on PBS.
Lisa Kelly discusses her upcoming book, Domer Dishes: Inside the Lives and Kitchens of Your Fighting Irish Gridiron Greats, featuring recipes from Notre Dame greats - past players, coaches, student managers and leprechauns.
Dr. Clayton Trutor, Author of Loserville, How Professional Sports Remade Atlanta and How Atlanta Remade Professional Sports discusses his book, and some history of college football, both in Georgia and nationwide.
Lisa Kelly, author of Echos From Notre Dame.
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