Sean Walker and Jake Hatch are back with another edition of the Wild Stallyns podcast to react to the breaking news that The Alliance of American Football has suspended operations, effective immediately, imperiling the future of the fledgling league. Sean and Jake are fired up about the reports that Tom Dundon is pulling the plug on the league despite the objections of those who founded the the AAF, including Charlie Ebersol and Bill Polian. Salt Lake Stallions linebacker Trevor Reilly's interview on The Zone Sports Network was also played as he explained the players' perspective about the news. Sean and Jake also talked about the lessons learned and what might be some of the outcomes from the AAF's rumored demise.
Jake Hatch and Sean Walker are back with another edition of the Wild Stallyns podcast. They preview the Week 8 action in the Alliance of American Football with a particular focus on the Salt Lake Stallions vs. San Diego Fleet matchup. Sean and Jake spoke with longtime pro coach Marvin Lewis about his observations of The Alliance and his connection to the state of Utah. They finished the show with the news that Bill & Ted 3 is on the way.
Sean Walker and Jake Hatch are back with Episode 13 of the Wild Stallyns podcast as they react to Week 6 in the Alliance of American Football and talk about Johnny Manziel signing with the Memphis Express.
Sean Walker and Jake Hatch are back with another edition of Wild Stallyns as they recap a bitterly disappointing loss for the Salt Lake Stallions in Week 5 at San Diego. They examine what is wrong with the team and if they have hopes of rebounding in the final five regular season games sitting at 1-4. They also recapped the rest of the Week 5 action in The Alliance of American Football as well.
Sean and Jake handed out and debated their mid-season awards for The Alliance with the league at the halfway point of their season. They talked about offensive and defensive MVP's, coach of the year and moment of the year, among other awards.
Sean Walker and Jake Hatch are back with their Week 5 preview edition of the Wild Stallyns podcast. They preview the Salt Lake Stallions Week 5 showdown in Jack Murphy err Qualcomm err San Diego County Credit Union Stadium on Saturday. Stallions coach Dennis Erickson's weekly press conference and his comments about the game were played before the guys previewed the other three games in the Alliance of American Football this weekend. Sean and Jake then wrapped up the show with comments about the Alliance from Bill Polian earlier on in the week.
Sean Walker and Jake Hatch are back with a recap of all the Week 4 action in the Alliance of American Football with Episode 10 of Wild Stallyns. They recapped the Salt Lake Stallions 20-11 loss to the Orlando Apollos Saturday and shared their takeaways from the game before playing the postgame comments from Steve Spurrier. Sean and Jake then recapped the other three games in The Alliance that show the league is a bit more competitive top-to-bottom than previously thought.
Sean Walker and Jake Hatch sat down to preview the Week 4 showdown between the Orlando Apollos and the Salt Lake Stallions as Steve Spurrier and Dennis Erickson square off as coaches on the gridiron for the first time ever. Stallions linebacker Gionni Paul and tight end Tanner Balderee joined the show to talk about their play & how the season is going. The show wrapped up with a preview of the rest of the Week 4 action in the Alliance of American Football.
Sean Walker and Jake Hatch are back with another edition of Wild Stallyns as they recap the Salt Lake Stallions first win in franchise history after a 23-15 victory over the Arizona Hot Shots. Sean and Jake shared their takeaways from the win and their thoughts on the first game at Rice-Eccles Stadium. The guys also looked back at the rest of The Alliance in Week 3 as there appears to be separation in the Eastern Division but parity in the West.
Sean Walker and Jake Hatch are back with Episode 7 of Wild Stallyns. They recap the $250 million investment the Alliance of American Football received from Tom Dundon on Tuesday along with the reports of money issues in the league. Jake talked with CBS Sports AAF reporter Ben Kercheval about the league, it's future prospects and his thoughts on the Arizona-Salt Lake showdown Saturday at Rice-Eccles Stadium. Finally, Sean and Jake previewed the Hotshots vs. Stallions and gave their picks of the four games this weekend in the Alliance.
Sean Walker and Jake Hatch are back as they recap the Salt Lake Stallions season-opening loss in Arizona and review their takeaways from the opening week of games in the Alliance of American Football. They then turned their attention to the Stallions Week 2 opponent, the Birmingham Iron, as they head to the Deep South in search of their first win in franchise history. They played comments from Stallions running back Branden Oliver before previewing the other three games in the AAF this weekend and making their picks.
Episode 5 of Wild Stallyns began with Sean Walker and Jake Hatch talking about their excitement that it is finally game week as the Alliance of American Football begins play this weekend. The Salt Lake Stallions will be on the road to open their season at the Arizona Hotshots, so Jake and Sean took some time to talk about the roster that Arizona has under Rick Neuheisel's direction.
The guys then talked about the odds released by the Westgate SuperBook in Las Vegas for the season that peg the Stallions with the second-best odds to win the league title in the debut season for the AAF. The guys wrapped up the show with some comments about the excitement level for the upcoming season and played a short clip from former Utah linebacker Gionni Paul with Stallions team reporter Chantel Buchi.
Sean Walker and Jake Hatch are back with the fourth episode of Wild Stallyns as they talk about the 52-man final roster that the Salt Lake Stallions released Wednesday. They analyzed the 17 players who played at local colleges including those from Utah, Utah State and BYU.
Stallions tight end Tanner Balderee was the featured guest on the show as he talked about training camp with Jake Hatch and how his playing at BYU prepared him for the pro ranks. Finally, Sean and Jake talked about the new media rights deals the Alliance of American Football announced Thursday with Turner Broadcasting and the NFL Network.
Episode 3 of the Wild Stallyns podcast began with a look at the hotly contested quarterback battle for the Salt Lake Stallions. Sean Walker and Jake Hatch then talked about the official team hashtag for the debut season with #FullSteedAhead.
After playing comments from former BYU wide receiver Jordan Leslie with Chantel Buchi, Sean and Jake talked about the signing of former Utah standout linebacker Gionni Paul. They talked about his potential impact for the team as he becomes the 19th player to have played collegiately in Utah.
Wild Stallyns is back as Sean Walker and Jake Hatch sat down to discuss the latest out of training camp for the Salt Lake Stallions, part of the Alliance of American Football. Sean and Jake talked about the local contingent of players on the Stallions roster as 18 former BYU, Utah or Utah State players dot the training camp roster. The guys also delved into why they're excited for the upcoming season as well.
In the second segment of the show, Sean and Jake talked about the addition of two running backs to the Stallions roster before debating if the local connections on the team are more important than the on-field product the team will put out in an effort to win and retain fans in a critical debut season.
The Wild Stallyns debut episode began with hosts Jake Hatch and Sean Walker talking about the Alliance of American Football and the Salt Lake Stallions in addition to their shared enthusiasm for the cinematic classic "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure.
Sean Walker caught up with Salt Lake Stallions quarterback B.J. Daniels about his joining the franchise and what excites him about being with the Stallions and the AAF for their inaugural season.
Sean and Jake finished out the show by talking about the prestigious honor that Stallions coach Dennis Erickson garnered as he will be part of the 2019 College Football Hall of Fame class that will be enshrined in Atlanta, GA.
January 7, 2019
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