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Come on in as The Couch Potato Sports Show covers the 2014 Texas Revolution Open Tryout from D-1 Sports Training from Dallas, Texas.
Join "The Eagle Eye" Bill Serna and Sonny Clark " The Hardest Working Man In Sports Radio" as they talk with Tommy Benizio, Charlie Hildbold, Head Coach Wendell Davis, Running Backs coach Larry Centers, as well as players, Frankie Solomon Jr, and Darius Fudge, and we walk on the turf of the tryout as it is going on!
The Vanderbilt Rape Trial is about to begin, The Oscar Pistorius murder trial is concluding, and Ray Rice's assault was met with an NFL wrist-slap and cheers from last Thursday's Baltimore Ravens crowd. To help us sort through sports, rape culture, and more, POPSspot Sports Radio welcomes guest Jessica Luther.
JESSICA LUTHER is a freelance writer based in Austin, Texas. She is a PhD candidate in the History dept at University of Texas, and writes about the instersection of sports and culture at Power Forward. Her writing has also appeared Sports on Earth (Serena & Indian Wells), The Atlantic (How NCAA Endangers Women), Think Progress (Women’s Sports & LGBT issues), The Guardian (Brittney Griner backlash), Salon (Olympics Gender Politics), The Texas Observer (Vince Young & Ricky Williams),and more.
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Former NFL offensive lineman Quinn "Moose" Ojinnaka earned a reputation for crushing the competition on the gridiron and now he'll be trying his hand at dominating in another full contact sport. Ojinnaka has signed with Ring of Honor Wrestling ("ROH") as revealed on ROH's live "Best in the World" Pay-Per-View on Sunday night. Standing 6'5" and weighing 295 pounds, Ojinnaka looks to follow in the footsteps of other football players turned grapplers such as: Ernie Ladd, Wahoo McDaniel and Bronko Nagurski as he transitions from the football field to the wrestling ring. Recruited by Ring of Honor for his agility, power and size, Ojinnaka is an elite athlete. Demonstrating exceptional potential during his Ring of Honor Dojo tryout, he's touted as a blue chip prospect – a label Ojinnaka is quite familiar with. Drafted in the 5th round by the Atlanta Falcons in 2006, Ojinnaka spent 4 years in Atlanta before moving on to play for the New EnglandPatriots in 2010. That year, he was part of the best offensive line in the NFL. Ojinnaka would go on to play for the Indianapolis Colts and St. Louis Rams, utilizing his speed and power to become one of the fiercest offensive guards in the league.After over 100 games and achieving his childhood dream of playing in the NFL, Ojinnaka now hopes to realize another lifelong dream: winning the Ring of Honor World Heavyweight Championship. This is a show you cannot afford to miss, as Felix and Austin speak to undoubtedly the next big breakout star.
1/2 of ROH's War Machine & a former 2-Time Chaotic Wrestling Heavyweight Champion, "War Beard" Hanson joins us prior to this Sunday's HUGE ROH Best in the World PPV to chat. We talk about everything including the Top Prospect Tournament & his match with Tommaso Ciampa at the 12th Anniversary show to the pairing with Ray Rowe as War Machine and being signed to an official ROH contract a couple of months ago. We also chat about his upcoming matches for Chaotic Wrestling & XWA w/ Sean Burke & Colt Cabana, Hanson shares a ton of WWE tryout stories including on how he was Doug Basham's last WWE match, some of the guys he sees a future in amongst the New England scene and much, much more including a word association!
The Roman Show welcomes Brandon Hempleman who meets Andrew Yates and Derrick Mehmen who battles Dave Huckaba at the World Series of Fighting 10 June 21 on NBC Sports Live. Jesus de Leon of World Wrestling Network Live and Resistance Pro join us on this episode.
Hempleman says he is looking to battle Yates who once encountered each other during The Ultimate Fighter tryout. Now, they battle for the first time.
Mehmen has been taking shots at Huckaba on social media. He says his opponent is thinking his last victory is something to celebrate, but adds that the fight won't last past the first few minutes.
Jesus de Leon talks about his Resistance Pro reality show and his next match on June 21 part of the WWN live and Full Impact Pro card.
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We chat with LGHL's newest contributor, Patrick Martyn, about his recent article about trying out for TBDBITL, Ohio State's famed marching band. We discuss the tryout process, what makes the band unique, what stunts they have left to accomplish, and more. We also discuss the Big Ten's recent schedling announcement, including New York City, and which fanbases are the most insufferable.
The Arizona Cardinals, as well as the rest of the NFL, have held rookie camp and have begun OTAs. Seth and Jess talk about the recent offseason moves the Cardinals have made, releasing running back Ryan Williams, signing a ton of undrafted rookies and swapping them our with some tryout players. They talk about Rob Housler and possible trade value, as well as the whole notion of Andre Ellington getting 25-30 touches a game.
Acme Packing Company's Jason Hirschhorn and newly minted Kansas City resident Brendan Kennedy fire up the podcast machine to discuss the latest Green Bay Packers news. After Brendan pushes a new model of the NFL Draft, the two break down the tryout and eventual signing of former Oregon tight end Colt Lyerla and the risks he does and doesn't represent for the Packers. Next, the two examine Green Bay's roster and look for what holes are left as the team transitions into training camp mode. To close out the podcast, our heros take on the soon-to-be legendary lawsuit filed against former Texas A&M and now Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel. Listeners will also learn about someone named Judereon Clowney.
The boys are back after a one week hiatus with plenty of new Packers news to discuss. They spend the first part of their show discussing the Packers UDFA signings including the most interesting of all the tryout players, Colt Lyerla. They go into how the tryout turned into a chance to compete at training camp, and how that could affect the 53-man roster after August's camp concludes. Then Ross gives a sales pitch to Ted Thompson to be Lyerla's escort throughout Green Bay before they discuss Adrian Hubbard and Ross' personal favorite Jake Doughty. Following that discussion the boys go Behind the Bench discussing what new scheme/personnel package they are most excited for going into 2014 and the player that they believe presents the most value of all players they've acquired. All of this before Ross gives a stern lecture to naysayers of the inside linebacker position in the show's signature segment of You're gonna want to cut that.
From The Benches is one of the family of podcasts from the Packers Talk Radio Network, featuring hosts Jacob Westendorf, Ross Uglem, and Ryan Hillesland. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe over at iTunes.