The TDT OT show features the before, after and adjacent to the Touchdowns and Tangents Thursday night show. Kenny and Pete share their conversations, interviews, takes, tangents and insights on creating the show, music, and everything else across sports that week.
The Los Angeles Wildcats got their first ever XFL win after dominating the formerly undefeated DC Defenders 39-9 at home in Carson. Defenders quarterback Cardale Jones went 13-26 for 103 yards and four interceptions. Wildcats running back Martez Carter had a career game with almost 80 total yards and three total touchdowns. He flipped into the end zone dove for the pylon on all three tries. Running back Larry Rose had a one-yard score. Wildcats quarterback Josh Johnson went 18-25 for 278 yards and three touchdowns and receiver Tre McBride who was traded from DC had five catches for 109 yards and two touchdowns. The Wildcats are now 1-2 and eight in the thick of the playoff race as they go on the road to play the New York Guardians.
Kenny covered the XFL’s Los Angeles Wildcats first ever home game at Digital Health Sports Park against the Dallas Renegades. Both teams had quarterbacks who were coming off injuries in Landry Jones of Dallas and Josh Johnson of L.A. The Renegades closed the door on the Wildcats chances with a late touchdown from Dallas running back Cameron Artis-Payne. Final score was 25-18 with the 0-2 Wildcats welcoming in the undefeated DC Defenders next Sunday, February 23rd at 3 p.m.
Kenny and Pete interviewed the top Quarterbacks, running backs, tight ends, receivers, versatile defenders, and offensive lineman in the Senior bowl the entire week leading up to the game in Mobile, Alabama. Listen in on the journey and fellowship of football.
Liberty wide receiver Antonio Gandy-Golden dominated all week and did so in a shower cap. It was impressive. He goes into detail about his progression through Liberty and facing elite level competition at the Senior Bowl.
Baylor Receiver Denzel Mims talked with Kenny after the second Senior Bowl practice on his performance throughout the week, handling adversity and coming to Mobile, Alabama to dispel the dreaded Baylor receiver stigma of not being able to run pro style routes or handle complex NFL terminology. He also speaks heavily on the impact new Carolina Panthers head coach Matt Ruele had on him on and off the field.
Utah Utes All-time sack leader Bradlee Anae talks about the importance and impact of the Polynesian lineage at Utah and other schools and whatnot means to him as well as his versatility as a defensive lineman.
Winning Coach Marvin Lewis and 2020 NFLPA Collegiate Bowl Game MVP, quarterback Nick Tiano of the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga talked about what this game and week meant to them in the current stage of their careers as well as where the momentum of this game takes them and all the participants.
The National team held off a furious comeback from the American team for a 30-20 victory in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl on Saturday, January 18th at the Rose Bowl. Wide Recievers Omar Bayless, (Arkansas State) J.J. Koski, (Cal Poly) linebackers Shaun Bradley, (Temple) Leo Lewis III, (Mississippi State) Cole Chrisitiansen, (Army) and cornerback Levonta Taylor (Florida State) stop by TDT Overtime with Pete Camarillo and Kenneth Berry to reflect on the week and game that was.
Jonathan Ward shares who he models his game after, representing the MAC and venturing out to the West Coast for the first time. Ward is rising up draft boards and he models his game after Alvin Kamara.
The Cal Poly prospect shares a bit about the experience playing in the Rose Bowl, prepping for the Pro Day and how his speed translates to the next level with Kenny at the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl practice games.
The rising punt returner and receiver really surprised Kenny by not dropping a single pass in practice so Kenny asked him about his journey to the NFLPA Collegia Bowl including a strong push from agent, hoops in HS and JC football. Green also shares his inspirations from the league.
The former Seminole talks about prepping for the combine, Pro Days and all the Draft opportunities at the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl. A year after not leaving school to finish business, Taylor shares his experience with multiple coaches and playing multiple positions at FSU.
Live from the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl practices at the Rose Bowl, Kenneth Berry brings the usual Touchdowns and Tangents conversational style when talking to the Iowa St. and El Camino college prospect. Lima shares his journey to playing in Cali again as well as what sets him a part in the DT class.
Kenny talks the latest NFL Draft news and gives his prediction on who will win the National Championship game. Prediction: LSU wins 42-38. KEYS: 1. Shut down the other teams starting running backs early. 2. LSU secondary has the edge on Clemson's secondary. 3. Whose special teams will play better? The kicking game is crucial.
Kenny comes back to Anchor after a long layoff & Pete talks about his cousin Andy Avalos, Oregon Ducks defensive winning the Rose Bowl and what that tailgate was like. They speak on the National Championship Game between Clemson & LSU & the putrid state of USC football.
Kenny apologizes for tweeting that peanut butter goes in the refrigerator...for any amount of time. Also he lowkey got stalked after leaving work an really needs to stop doing the Stevie from "Malcolm in the Middle" impersonation cuz we can't tell if he's losing the fat boy battle. Pete thinks he has a form of diabetes-induced asthma.
Kenny gives a quick College Football update and congratulates all the high schoolers graduating today or this month. Enjoy your moment and don't be in a rush to plan every last second of your life out.
NFL free agency talk, Adam Silver to the NFL, Pete lost in Fan Court cuz Kenny is the President of the Dante Culpepper fan club. Never compromise your integrity for something that people you don't respect obsess over.
Pete & Kenny drop their mock drafts the day before the draft cuz they only need one take. The fellas will be covering & recapping the draft live. You can read the mock drafts on Medium.com/@TDs_Tangents. Listen on The Good News Radio App.
Kenny comes in hot like your grandma's grits with a sneak peak of what tonight's show will be about. Also, he misspoke. Nick Chubb is a running back formerly of the Georgia Bulldogs. He meant to say defensive end from North Carolina State, Bradley Chubb.