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In this special episode of the Life and Football podcast with Gabe Lynn. Gabe Lynn is currently the Defensive Back Coach for Houston Baptist University Football. Coach Lynn gave us great insight on his upbringing and how his dad was his Coach and all of his brothers played Football. His also speaks on how he and his wife Nicole Lynn who is an agent handles their busy schedules.
Prior to HBU, Lynn was cornerbacks coach at Oklahoma Baptist and at Central Oklahoma. He also coached defensive backs at Norman High School. Lynn was a three year starter at Oklahoma, where he earned All-Big 12 honors, both on the field and academically, then went on to play professionally with the Detroit Lions and Winnipeg Blue Bombers. He received his undergraduate degree in multi-disciplinary studies from OU in 2013 and his Master’s degree in human relations in 2015. The Jenks, Oklahoma, native was an Army All-American at Jenks High School.
In this episode our special guest is Rich Miano! Rich is the executive director of the Hula Bowl. Rich gives us great information on the Hula Bowl and the future of the game on live TV! The Hula Bowl is a post-season college football all-star game held annually in Hawaii, usually in January. First played in 1947, it was held annually until 2008. It was revived following the 2019 season, with the first Hula Bowl in 12 years played on January 26, 2020, at Aloha Stadium in the Halawa district of Honolulu. During its history, the game has also been played at Honolulu Stadium, and at War Memorial Stadium on the island of Maui. Miano was a walk-on for the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors college football team in 1981, and became an all-Western Athletic Conference defensive back in 1983 and 1984. Miano was selected in the sixth round of the 1985 NFL Draft by the New York Jets, where he played five seasons. After missing the entire 1990 season with a knee injury, Miano went to the Philadelphia Eagles where he played four seasons. In 1995, his final season in the NFL, he played for the Atlanta Falcons. Miano accrued a 19–4 record in two seasons as head coach of the Kaiser Cougars, including leading them to a state championship in 2013, when the team defeated Kauai in the D-II final, 17–7. In July 2014, Miano was hired as a color analyst for Hawaii football games broadcast on OC Sports. He was named the executive director of the 2020 Hula Bowl.
In this episode special guest was Robert Rochell. Robert is a Defensive Back for the Central Arkansas Bears!
The University of Central Arkansas Bears picked up another national preseason ranking recently as Athlon Sports placed the Bears 11th in their 2020 preseason FCS Poll. Robert talks about growing up in Shreveport, LA. He talks about having moving from Track on to football. Robert also speaks on wanting better for he and his family. He is really appreciate about having a chance to possibly playing in the Senior Bowl! High School he Played at Fair Park High School in Shreveport, LA. 2015 All-District team, 2015 All-Shreveport team, 922 rushing yard in 2015 on 93 carries, 465 receiving yards on 25 receptions, 3 pass breakups, and finished third in the state of Louisiana in 100 meters. In 2018 he appeared to emerge as one of the best in the country by playing in all 11 games with eight starts at cornerback, led the Bears with four interceptions (38 yards), added six pass breakups and forced a fumble, had a pair of interceptions vs. Abilene Christian, had season-high six tackles vs. Sam Houston State, forced a fumble vs. Murray State.
In this episode of the Life and Football podcast our special guest was Ashton Washington. Ms. Washington is the HighSchool Relations Director for Illinois Football. At just 23 years old, Washington, who was officially named as the first female African-American full-time staff member in Illini football history and the first full-time female hire of Lovie Smith’s five-year tenure, is putting herself in charge of being the point person and face of Illinois in-state recruiting. Ashton Washington brings a unique skill set to the Illinois Football program. She talked about growing up around her Family who loves Football. She tells us her Dad played Football at Mississippi State, her Cousin is Josh Dobbs, and her brother is currently playing for Penn State Football. She gives advice and motivation to others who are looking for careers in Football besides coaching. Washington joined the Illini after serving as a business and game day operations specialist for the XFL's Houston Roughnecks last season. Washington graduated from Huston-Tillotson University with a bachelor's degree in mass communication in 2019. She is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.
In this episode of the Life and Football podcast our special guest was Coach Frederick Hall. Coach Hall owns and operates Football Recruiting Camps and a Football Recruiting Service for HighSchool Players. Hall runs his recruiting services out of Texas. Hall started his recruiting service wanting help GETTING HIGH SCHOOL KIDS NOTICED AND ON TO COLLEGE AND OUT THESE STREETS. Hall talks about how he played HighSchool Football for the popular Head Coach Terry Gambill who currently is the Head Coach for the Allen Eagles. Hall talks about how he coached and helped his son in their Football career. He also speaks on hosting his first Football camp Sunday July 12, 2020. Hall gives us great insight into the why and how he does his recruiting services. Hall says he Goal is to help kids achieve their dreams of playing College Football weather it's at a D1, D1 AA, D2, D3, JUCO, and or NAIA.
In this episode our special guest was Kaylon Geiger. Kaylon plays Wide Receiver for Troy University wearing number 1. Following his junior season at Paschal High School, Rated a three-star recruit by 247Sports out of high school. Geiger Led the JUCO ranks with 70 catches as a sophomore at Navarro College while ranking second nationally with 954 receiving yards. He ranks third in Navarro history with 100 career receptions and fifth with 1,451 career receiving yards. As a freshman, led Navarro with 497 receiving yards while ranking second with three touchdowns and third with 30 receptions. Kaylon named the Sun Belt Conference Newcomer of the Year and named to the All-Sun Belt First Team. He finished second in the league in receptions, yards (during regular season) and yards per game … His 77 receptions ranked as the third most in a season in Troy history while his 873 yards finished just shy of the top 10. Geiger Tied the school record after topping the 100 yard mark in five different games total ranked 13th nationally.
In this episode of the Life and Football podcast our special guest was Billy Gresham. He is currently the Linebacker Coach, HighSchool Relations, and Recruiting Coordinator for Alabama State. Prior to coming to Alabama State, Gresham served as the head football coach at Carver Senior High School in Montgomery where he helped Carver to a 5-6 regular season record and a 4-2 region mark in 2016. Also, he guided Carver to a third-place finish in the regional and led the team to the first round of the state playoffs. His biggest achievement that season was becoming an assistant coach for the Under Armour All-American Football Game.
In 2013, he helped Carver to an 8-2 regular season record and a 5-2 region mark, along with a sixth consecutive city championship. Carver finished that season at 10-3 overall and a state quarterfinal appearance. Carver played in one national televised game on CSS Sports. Gresham was named the Montgomery Advertiser 5A-6A Coach of the Year. During the 2012 season, Gresham led Carver to a 9-1 regular season and a 6-1 region mark. Carver finished at 12-2 overall and a state semifinals appearance. Carver played in two national televised games on ESPN and CSS Sports.
Before becoming the head coach, Gresham served as an assistant coach at Carver High School in 2008-2010 where he was the special teams coordinator and defensive coordinator.
Prior to his nine years at Carver, Gresham was an assistant coach at Kendrick High School in Columbus, Ga., where he was the linebackers coach.
Gresham is no stranger to Alabama State University, having played for the Hornets from 2001-2005. While at Alabama State, Gresham was a four-year letter winner at linebacker and started three seasons at the middle linebacker position. He helped lead Alabama State to a SWAC Championship game berth in 2001 and 2003 and was an instrumental player on the 2004 SWAC Championship team. His accolades included All-SWAC performance in 2004 and 2005. A All-SWAC Preseason selection and Defensive Player of the Year honoree in 2005, Gresham earned Sheridan Broadcast Second Team All-American honors in 2005.
Gresham played high school Sidney Lanier.
In this episode our special guest was Super Bowl Champion Michael Coe. Mike Coe gives us great insight on how it was playing at a high level on the field. He gives life lessons and the importance of picking a school to attend. He also surprised us with he actually started his college career playing Wide Receiver. This was a great interview. Mike is former professional football player who was a cornerback in the National Football League (NFL) for the Jacksonville Jaguars, New York Giants, Miami Dolphins and Dallas Cowboys. He also had a brief stint in the Canadian Football League (CFL) with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. He played college football at the University of Arkansas and Alabama State University.
In this episode our Special Guest was Andrew Kamienski. Andrew plays Wide Receiver for North Central College. This was an amazing interview that will give you great insight into the Life of a big time College Football Student Athlete who is the winner of a National Championship. Last year he was the NCAA Division III national leader in receptions with 133 and receiving yards of 2,016, establishing new North Central single-season records in both categories!! Caught 15 passes in 46-13 win at WashU Sept. 21 to set new North Central single-game recordCaught four touchdown passes to tie North Central single-game record on three occasions in the final seven games of the seasonScored at least one touchdown in each of the Cardinals' last 14 gamesAchieved at least 100 receiving yards 12 times, including season-high 256-yard effort in 59-52 second-round playoff win at Mount Union Nov 30 Selected CCIW Offensive Player of the Week twice First Team All-CCIW selection AFCA First Team All-AmericaD3football.com First Team All-America and All-North RegionAssociated Press First Team All-America!!
In this episode our special guest was Reggie Colson III. Reggie plays Wide Receiver for Western New Mexico University Mustangs. Reggie talks about playing junior college football. He also goes into how ended up at Western New Mexico. Reggie stands at 6'2 coming out of Hollywood, Florida South Broward. He gives insight on his current plans for this season and that he will return to campus at the end of this month. Reggie tells us that he has a Liberal Arts Degree and is planning on getting a second degree before he graduates. Reggie Colson is an amazing athlete that the world must know.
In this episode our special guest was Southern Illinois University Football Coach Nick Hill. Coach Hill gave us great insight on what it is to be a Head Coach at his Alma mater SIU. Hill was signed by the Chicago Bears of the National Football League (NFL) as an undrafted free agent in 2008. He then played professionally in the Arena Football League (AFL) and in the af2. Hill was the head coach for the Carbondale Terriers in Carbondale, Illinois for one season in 2013.
On January 13, 2014, Hill was announced as the QB coach and co-offensive coordinator for the Southern Illinois Salukis. On December 1, 2015, it was announced Hill would be the Salukis interim head coach after the firing of Dale Lennon. On January 4, 2016, SIU removed the interim tag and made Hill their next head football coach.
Lackawanna Community College Defensive Back #4 De'Jahn Nugget Warren gives us his story. He talks about his career starting with playing HighSchool Football in Maryland. Getting a opportunity to walk on a Lackawanna. He also speaks on moving to Defensive Back and the work he is currently putting in to stay ahead of the competition. Now being the Top JUCO Football player in the Country he is looking forward to the upcoming season, taking visits, and he gives us things that will help him make his big decision. He also shows love to his family and friends who have always been there.
In this episode our special guest is Tobruk Blaine who joined the San Jose State University football staff in July 2017 as the program's first Beyond Football Coordinator. Blaine comes to San Jose State with a background in coaching, teaching, and program building. In her role, she is responsible for enhancing the lives of football student-athletes through the university's new Beyond Football program. Student-athletes are encouraged to explore what is around them, identify interests, and inspire themselves and others through a culture of volunteerism in a greater community. Student-athetes will develop career-focused proficiencies and cultivate knowledge, relationships and skills necessary to establish a successful personal and professional life beyond the game of football.
In this episode our special guest was Rachel Baribeau. Rachel is the founder of #ImChangingtheNarrative, Retired (17-year) sportscaster: 1st female host at sxmcollege, College Football playoff insider, Heisman voter. Rachel speaks on changing the Narrative Virtual Training which is a all in one solution to help kids, teenagers, and adults to find their true purpose. Which is Available on demand, 24/7, when you need it the most. As the first known female sports reporter to participate in a professional football training camp, her pursuit of delivering an authentic account to her fans is relentless. Rachel is a graduate of the Auburn University Broadcast Journalism program and as a master of her craft, she’s delivered insightful commentary to millions of sports enthusiast via national broadcasters such as Fox Sports, ESPN, CBS Sports, Yahoo, and SiriusXM.
In this episode our special guest was Kareem Moore. K Moore is currently the Defensive Coordinator for Coahoma Community College. He gives us insight on how he started coaching and what all recent draftees should be mindful of.
Kareem is a former American football safety. He was drafted by the Washington Redskins in the sixth round of the 2008 NFL Draft. He played college football at Nicholls State University, where he was named second-team Associated Press All-American and SLC Newcomer of the Year. Prior to Nicholls State, Moore played at Itawamba Community College, where he earned JUCO All-American honors.
In this episode our special guest was Brenda Tracy a Rape Survivor, Speaker, Activist, Founder of #SetTheExpectation & The Tracy Rule. She talks about how she was a nurse, being a mother, activist and survivor. Tracy speaks on how in 2014, she found the courage to come forward with her story and now seeks to make the world a better place for survivors. Tracy has worked closely with Oregon legislators to expand victims’ rights and has successfully helped to pass seven laws over three sessions, including extending the Oregon statute of limitations to prosecute rape and mandatory testing of all rape kits in Oregon. Tracy has won
numerous awards and was named ESPN's 2016 top 25 women. She has served on the NCAA Commission to Combat Sexual Violence and is a frequent guest commentator on ESPN. Tracy is the founder of the national campaign #SetTheExpectation and she travels the country speaking to university students, athletes and various organizations.
In this episode Florida A&M University Football Head Coach Willie Simmons talks about his Journey and career as a player and coach. Coach Simmons was a Top Notch Quarterback in HighSchool Football playing in Quincy Florida at James A. Shanks. He was an All-American quarterback (ranked #10 quarterback nationally) at James A. Shanks High School after leading the Tigers to their first district championship in 22 years and being named Big Bend Offensive Player of the Year after throwing for 2,505 yards and 32 touchdowns. He received over 25 scholarship offers, and after narrowing his college choices down to Florida State, Clemson, Georgia Tech, Syracuse, and Miami, he signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Clemson to play for former Head Coach Tommy Bowden. Simmons has coached at Lincoln high school, Clemson, Middle Tennessee, Alcorn State, Prairie View, and Currently the Head Coach at FAMU. Coach Simmons stated that he continues to stay in contact with Coaches Dabo Swinney, Rick Stockstill, and Tommy Bowden. We also have Coach Tim Brown on to give us insight on how he gave the Coach Simmons the nickname Shotgun.
In this episode former Mississippi State Bulldog now Future NFL Offensive Lineman Darryl Williams talks about his Journey being a versatile offensive lineman from the state of Alabama. He played all five positions on the line during his career at Bessemer High School One of several MSU players ranked in the ESPN300 (No. 245). A four-star prospect ranked the 10th-highest in the state of Alabama by ESPN.com. He talks about what inspiration he received from his mother growing up and how determined he is to be successful in the NFL. An elite, versatile offensive lineman who was an unquestioned team leader during his career. Three-year starter who played in 45 games with 38 starts (25 at left guard, 13 at center), Voted one of five team captains for the 2019 season. Moved from left guard to center during spring ball prior to senior year, replacing second-round NFL Draft pick and All-American Elgton Jenkins. In three seasons as a starter, played 2,246 snaps (1,449 at left guard, 797 at center) and allowed just two sacks across 1,031 snaps in pass protection, according to Pro Football.
In this episode we Interview UCF Senior Producer Samantha Kincaid who joined the UCF Athletics staff in November of 2017 as the multimedia manager. In the summer of 2019, she was promoted to the senior producer.
Kincaid is the creator and producer of The Quest, UCF's long-form, interview-based video series chronicling the Knights' Athletic teams. She can also be found on screen informing fans of some of UCF's best events on and off campus and introducing Knight Nation to players and staff alike.
In conjunction with UCF's Director of Broadcasting Marc Daniels, Kincaid assists in the organization of all on-air broadcasting for the Knights' live streams of Olympic sports on UCFKnights.TV.
Prior to landing in Orlando, Kincaid was in Chattanooga, Tenn., at the city's NBC affiliate, producing the noon broadcast and serving as one of the sports reporters. She also has spent time with SEC Nation, WBIR-tv as the high school football reporter, and a reporter/producer for VFL Films at the University of Tennessee.
Kincaid earned her bachelor's degree in journalism at the University of Tennessee.
In this very special episode of the Life and Football podcast we Celebrate the Life and Football career of Tarvaris Jackson. Tarvaris Jackson was a top notch Quarterback and upcoming star as a Coach. He was an American professional football player who was a quarterback in the National Football League (NFL). Jackson played college football for the Arkansas Razorbacks and Alabama State Hornets. He played professionally for the Minnesota Vikings, Seattle Seahawks, and Buffalo Bills. The Vikings selected Jackson in the second round of the 2006 NFL Draft. In this episode we also have teammates, coaches and friends talking about Jack who are: Coach Reggie Barlow, Coach Charles Coe, Alvance Robinson, Mike Coe, Coach Richard Moncrief. Tarvaris Jackson is a Great Person, SWAC Conference Winner, Alabama State Football Player, NFL Quarterback, Montgomery Alabama Legend, Football Coach, Brother, Uncle, Nephew, Grandson, Husband, and Father.
In this episode Duke Baines talks about his Journey from playing Football for Bowie State to interning with the Redskins of the NFL, moving on from working at Ben & Jerry's to New York city with a dollar and some change. Eventually getting opportunities to work with Roc Nation, IMG marketing, and the Big 3. Now he is working full time with the NFL and their marketing teams. He also gave insight on getting the opportunity to speak to the players at the College East West Shrine Game.
In this episode the University of Maryland Outside Linebacker Coach Brawley Evans, talks about serving as an analyst/GA on the Terps staff for the past four seasons, being promoted to outside linebackers coach. He continues to discuss being a Baltimore native, In High School where he was an all-state running back for the Owls.Evans began his second stint at Maryland in 2016 after spending two season as the defensive backs coach/recruiting coordinator at Morgan State. Prior to his time on the Bears staff, Evans was a graduate assistant coach at Maryland from 2012-13. He assisted the Terps defensive coaches, working primarily with the linebackers, and assisted in recruiting and scouting opponents. Prior to Maryland, Evans was the defensive backs coach at Our Lady of Good Counsel High School. During his four-year tenure, the Falcons won three straight WCAC championships and ranked nationally in USA Today (2009, 2010 and 2011). His first coaching position came as head junior varsity coach and offensive coordinator at Baltimore Lutheran School in 2008. Before pursuing a career in coaching, Evans spent two years as an all-conference running back at West Liberty State in West Virginia. He also gained all-conference honors at Southwestern Junior College in Chula Vista, California. Check it out On Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Anchor Spotify Breaker Overcast Pocketcasts Radio Public Stitcher & Player FM
In this episode Brandon Todd talks about how he became a full time NFL Photographer after graduating from the State University of New York College at Cortland. While interning with the New York Jets equipment staff as the a ball boy in high school eventually moving on in the organization getting a opportunity to assist with taking photos for the Jets. He also has experience as a Freelance photographer for various music and sponsorship events.Currently living in Charlotte, North Carolina Professional photographer with a concentration in sports and music. Also the Lead Photographer at the Carolina Panthers. Former assistant team photographer at the New York Jets.
LSU Offensive Lineman Damien Lewis talks about having no offers in HighSchool, to playing for North West Mississippi Community College and getting multiple D1 offers while there. Eventually accepting an offer and moving onto play with his dream school LSU. He also speaks on playing in the National Championship, where he is currently working out at while preparing for the 2020 NFL Draft, and being the oldest of four boys in his family and growing up in Canton, Miss.
Indiana State University Sycamores soon to be graduate Riley Hecklinski talks about her dream of becoming a NFL Scout. She also speaks on going her difficult situations she faced with injuries while playing soft ball at Indiana State University, she speaks very highly of her family who has some big time athletes The daughter of Tiffany and Jeff the OC for San Diego State Football), Hecklinski has two brothers, Mikey and Jr. Indiana Athletics is a family tradition for Hecklinski as her great grandfather, Russ Deal, is a member of the IU Athletics Hall of Fame and was a team captain of the 1945 Big Ten Championship football team. Her grandfather, Mike Deal, was a member of the 1967 Rose Bowl squad and has coached college Football at some big time programs. Her uncle, Mark Deal, played football at IU and has served as the Assistant Athletic Director for Alumni Relations for Indiana. In addition, her cousin Carrie Deal-Powers played volleyball for the Hoosiers from 2005-06, whose husband is now a Coach at a major College Football program.
NFL Houston Texans #14 DeAndre Carter talks about playing High School Football at Washington in Fremont California, attending the Sacramento State, where he played wide receiver and earned All-American honors. He won FCS Wide Receiver of the Year in 2014, playing in the NFL, and being more involved in the community after Football by helping young people achieve their dreams through sports.
Tarleton State Football Wide Receivers Coach Tate Whitten talks about his playing and coaching career at Tarleton, how he got into coaching, reasons why Tarleton is a good landing spot for recruits, While coaching the wide receivers, Whitten coached a pair of all-conference wide-outs in Zimari Manning and JF Thomas. Manning went on to receive all-region honors as well with 947 yards and 12 touchdowns. Six different wide receivers caught a touchdown in a record-setting 2018 season that saw the Texans go 12-1, winning the first outright LSC title in school history and advanced to the NCAA regional finals for the first time.
Wyoming Cowboys Wide Receiver Ayden Eberhardt talks about his Journey from playing Quarterback in HighSchool Football for Loveland High in Colorado, to now playing wide receiver for Wyoming, also about majoring in Finance, and his plans after Football which is to become a Football Coach. 🏈
Mississippi State Football Offensive Lineman Tyre Phillips in the episode talks about playing in theSenior Bowl, participating in the NFL combine, Graduating in December 2019 with a degree in human development and family sciences. His parents James and Tarsha Phillips … Majored in human development and family sciences One day wants to work as an occupational therapist for children with special needs. He also talks about playing the piano and the trumpet.
Northwestern State Football Linebacker #10 Ja'Quay Pough son of Kimberly and Artez Pough has three sisters, Autum, Paige and Maddisson. He talks about majoring in Business plans to play in the NFL and go into coaching life’s ambition is “to be the most successful man I can be along ith being a role model to future generations to follow and being a leader in my community.”
3 time State Champions Madison County Football Head Coach Mike Coe talks about his coaching career going to Madison from Auburndale in Polk County, Florida, growing up without his father, helping young men to achieve success in Life and Football, and he also spoke very highly of his coaching staff, Administrators, and supporters from the community.
Indiana Hoosiers former Receiver Donavan Hale talks about his career going from Largo Florida to Indiana and now preparing for the NFL, Donavan played Quarterback for head coach Marcus Paschal at Largo High School. His cousin, former IU safety Jonathan Crawford (2015-18), also attended Largo ... threw for 1,488 yards and nine touchdowns as a senior, finished the year with over 2,000 all-purpose yards and 17 TDs, first team all-district and all-county, holds the program single-game record with five passing scores, Largo claimed three-straight district titles and appeared in the playoffs four-straight seasons, three-year football and four-year basketball letterwinner, nominee for the McDonald’s All-American Game averaged 15.7 points, seven rebounds and four assists as a junior. His parents are Morther Karla Bennett and Father Ron Hale, Ron averaged 12.3 points per game at Florida State University from 1997-2000.
Former Old Dominion Football punter #96 Bailey Cate talks about how he started kicking during a trip to the campus of Jacksonville State. Which led him to becoming Rated a five star punter by one-on-one kicking … Ranked the No. 1 punter in Florida and No. 17 in the country. He also speaks about his parents Kelly Cate and Shirley Neidermeier. He talks about his plans after Football and how he Earned his degree in finance.
Former TCU Horn Frog David Bolisomi talks about moving from Africa to the United States in sixth grade and living in Abilene until arriving in Denton for his junior year of high school. He explains why he chose TCU over Arizona State, Houston and Texas Tech. He also talks about his podcast, teaming up with Vayner Sports agency, and his plans after Football.
Sweet Feet Sports Performance CEO Oliver Davis talks about his Football career from high school to Georgia Southern to playing & Graduating from Carson Newman University. Now training some of the best athletes & DB's in the nation. Listen to his special Journey.
NFL Draft 2020 prospect Marcus Keyes talks about his career at Oklahoma State University, his plans for the upcoming Hula Bowl All Star game, plans for preparing for pro day, what he is getting his Degree in, and his plans after Football.
San Jose State Football commit Lamar Barrett talks about his career from Bartow Florida to Independence, now preparing to play and attend School at San Jose State. He Also talks about his career plans for after Football.
Linebacker Cecil Cherry talks about his career. He gives great insight into how he chose schools, to his career and plans after Football, difficult things he went through, and his upcoming Hawaii Bowl All Star College Football game.
LSU #6 Terrace Marshall Jr. Has two amazing parents Meoshia Brazzle & Terrace Marshall Sr. they talked about their excitement for the upcoming Championship game, their business Meant to be ( M2B), and how it was parenting Terrace Marshall Jr.
Golden Flashes Quarterback #14 Dustin Crum talks about his journey from Midview to Kent State. His plans for the upcoming season. How is dad was his OC in High School Football. His plans after Football.
Bethune Cookman University & Madison County High School former Quarterback Akevious Williams talks about his career at Bethune, growing up in Madison, and his plans for the upcoming all star games and preparing for Pro Day!! Lets Go Wildcats!!
In this episode we talk about Feleipe Franks leaving the Florida Gators, things to consider if players are planning on transferring, congratulating the following schools on making the state championship Victory Christian, Florida High, and Madison County.
In this episode of the Life and Football podcast we discuss Florida State firing football Coach Willie Taggart and how we felt Coach Taggart didn't get a fair chance and We also wish the best for Coach Taggart. We also talk about Ohio State Football player Chase Young suspension and the problems in the NCAA. Finally we look at the great coaching jobs done by FAMU football coach Willie Simmons and Minnesota football Coach PJ Fleck these are definitely the coaches of the year.
La Tech Bulldog Running Back #33 Justin Henderson talks about his plans after football and how he has prepared for this football season. Henderson has been a play maker from Lake Wales to Coffeyville to now with La Tech!!
California's SB 206, also known as the Fair Pay to Play Act, we hope that Nole Nation gives Willie Taggart a chance to be successful, Jalen Hurts, and Wishing the best for Feleipe Franks. We also show love to some South Florida Football players.
Georgia Southern University Football Defensive Backs 18 Justin, 38 Deonta & 41 Isiah Bembry story about how they played Football together from little to Stephenson to GSU. We hear from Mrs. Pittman, Mr. & Mrs. Bembry with details about this journey.
NFL/Miami Hurricanes alumni Devin Hester talks about his event with Coach Rashied Davis in Libertyville, IL. He talks about his youth football team the West Orange Bobcats. He talks about his kids & the mind set to return kicks.
Alec Simpson. Currently working for rivals.com covering Hs football recruiting. Former division 1 linebacker at the university of Nevada played 1 season there. Transferred to Arizona State University to finish his college experience as a student. Was a 3 star recruit out of Hs and all state linebacker in California.
Austin Peay Kentel Williams Running Back & Kick Returner #5 - 2018 AP Third-Team All-America, 2018 First-Team All-OVC 2016 OVC All-Newcomer Team. In his junior season Williams Led the FCS, averaging 7.99 yards per carry on the season.
Shane Simpson speaks on his love for the game of Football. He also speaks on how he got to Towson and his experience there. Shane also speaks on how his parents has played an important role in his life.
In this Episode we discuss Spring Football and the upcoming season for FSU Willie Taggart, and Kendal Briles. Nebraska Scott Frost, Travis Fisher, and Erik Chinander. Syracuse Football Coach Dino Babers. We also talk about the importance of picking a Major
Life and Football podcast host Mike Figg gives his personal experience in Junior College Football and the Struggles players will face in JUCO football day to day life. He played at Ellsworth Community College located in Iowa Falls, Iowa.
Reflecting on the 2019 National Championship Football Game, Coach Dino Babers successful year, Transfer Portal, Kyler Murray 's Decision, Management Skills that can help Student Athletes be Successful now and later