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This is a blog talk internet radion show that covers high school football in the NW Alabama and NE Mississippi area. The show allows fans, players, and coaches to call in and express their views on tthe high school football programs in their area. We will have special guest on the shows through out the year, like NFL Players and some college coaches to talk to the listeners. You can listen live at MRFOOT BALL ON FACE BOOK OR CALL IN AT 646 716 8879 EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT FROM 7:00 PM TO 9:00 PM
Jeff Fisher welcomes directors Dan Lindsay and T.J. Martin to this episode of High School Football America to talk about their Academy Award-nominated documentary film Undefeated.
Nominated in the category of Best Documentary, Undefeated follows the story of the Manassas High School (Memphis, Tennessee) football team through the 2009 season, as the Tigers try to capture the school's first playoff victory since the school opened in 1899.
Also appearing as a guest on the show is Steve Parker, who will present former Pittsburgh Steeler Dermontti Dawson at his Pro Football Hall of Fame induction ceremony in Canton, Ohio this summer. Parker was Dawson's coach at Bryan Station High School in Kentucky. It's Parker who is credited with convincing Dawson to try playing high school football again, after he had given-up after a bad experience in ninth grade.
The show wraps-up with Mario Cadenas of Intel Athletics, promoter of the Beehive Classic in Utah.
The Beehive Classic will be played September 1st at Bingham High School and feature three top-notch Utah high school football teams squaring-off with two of California's top programs (Long Beach Poly & Serra HS) and three-time defending Colorado 4A champ Valor Christian.
Click here to watch the trailer for Undefeated.
In this episode of High School Football America, host Jeff Fisher talks with MaxPreps' Steve Spiewak about what should be a record-setting weekend ahead.
Also on the show is Dan Jones, head coach at Gaffney High School in South Carolina. The Indians are currently ranked #6 in the nation by MaxPreps. Gaffney has won the most South Carolina state high school football championships.
Jeff will then be joined by Carm DeFrancesco, head coach at Mt. Carmel HS in Pennsylvania. Last Friday, Mt. Carmel became just the fifth school in America to win 800 games.
The show closes with Armwood (FL) head coach Sean Callahan. Friday, Callahan's team, that is ranked #2 this week by MaxPreps, will face unbeaten Plant HS.
For more info go to www.highschoolfootballamerica.com.
High School Football America host Jeff Fisher talks turkey...or at least Turkey Day football...on this episode of America's premiere high school football talk show. Bill Tracey, head coach at Wellesley HS (Massachusetts), talks about the granddaddy of Thanksgiving Day games: Wellesley against Needham. The two schools will meet for the 124th consecutive Thanksgiving next Thursday; it's America's oldest Turkey Day game. Then Dick Hammer, a Pennsylvania high school sports Hall of Fame broadcaster, talks about the Easton (Pennsylvania) / Phillipsburg (New Jersey) Turkey Day game that annually attracts 15,000 fans to Lafayette College. Hammer will be broadcasting his 45th game in the 105-game series next Thursday. The two communities are separated only by the Delaware River. Randy Taylor, recruiting analyst and national speaker for NCSA Athletic Recruiting, discusses his company's innovative programs that connect athletes, seeking scholarships, with college football programs at all levels. Taylor has 30-years experience in college football with stops at Illinois, Minnesota, San Jose St., UCLA and UNLV; at UCLA he produced a #1 ranked recruiting class. For more info, go to www.ncsasports.org The show wraps-up with MaxPreps' Steve Spiewak talking about the national championship chase.
Before St. Paul's Episcopal School 8th grader Ostin McPherson makes Sports Illustrated's Faces in the Crowd next week, his coach Jimmy Perry joins High School Football America host Jeff Fisher to talk about McPherson's 204 yard rushing game on October 28th.
Also on this edition of High School Football America, Fisher talks with Larry "Bud"Wright of Sheridan High School, who became Indiana's all-time winningest coach with his 369th victory last Friday.
Fisher also chats with Pittsburgh Tribune-Review sports writer Jason Cato, who discusses his recent article on the spread of gambling into high school football.
Plus, Dr. Jarrod Spencer of Mind of the Athlete joins Fisher to talk about an incident at at Memphis-area high school last week that caused Collierville (Tennessee) head football coach Shawn Abel to resign after a high-intensity locker room speech was taped and put on YouTube.
For more info, go to www.highschoolfootballamerica.com.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta is a guest on this edition of High School Football America with Jeff Fisher. CNN's chief medical correspondent talks about his documentary Big Hits, Broken Dreams that airs on CNN on February 25, 2012 at 8 and 11 pm EST. Big Hits, Broken Dreams examines the subject of concussions in high school football.
In addition to Dr. Gupta, Fisher talks with LA Times Preps Sports Writer Eric Sondheimer about Southern California high school football and Brian Fluck, head football coach at West Catholic High School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. West Catholic, one of the city's most successful football teams, is closing at the end of this school year due to declining enrollment. For more info, go to www.highschoolfootballamerica.com.
Sports talk Monday at 8 pm EST. Today we will talk about high school football in the area. We willl talk about Terrell Ford and his place as one of the best players to come out of WNY. Also we will talk about the bias voting between the AA South and the AA North when it comes to high school athletics. Are the Buffalo Bills a playoff team? Give us a call at 646-915-9969 Twitter @TWMedia44
Ligonier Valley High School entered tonights high school football action 5-0 and had a tought opponent in HuntingdonHigh School. This was a competitive game with Huntingdon jumping out to a 14-6, and then a 21-6 halftime lead. Ligonier Valley made some great halftime adjustments to stop the powerful running game, and created some turnovers. However, during the course of this game I saw players throwing their arms up in the air wanting a pass interference call, grabbing the neck of their jersey wanting a holding call, and arguing and pleading with the referees play after play. Are we to the point that if the offense doesnt get positive yards they want a penalty? Also, if the defense doesn't stop the offense they want a penalty? Call me old school and maybe I just want to watch a competitive football game without the side show. What are your thoughts?
The wild card games are over and the MLB divisional playoffs are underway with all teams in action today. We will look at each series and talk about the momentum that some teams have, and if there are any teams that should be concerned. There is a lot of baseball to be played, but when teams are hot in the postseason they can make that magical run. Listen in and call the show.
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