NFL Prospect UCLA’s Kevin McDermott Provides Us With Next Level Knowledge

The Long Snapper. No, it’s not a type of fish. It’s actually a football position and it’s one that is discussed so infrequently in game coverage that the casual fan might not know what it means. My conversation with UCLA long snapper and NFL prospect Kevin McDermott began with his admission that in every interview […]

NYC Showing of For Pete’s Sake: A play about healing, truth & foregiveness

Please say no! No. No. No. You can’t say no. You don’t have a reason. Tell someone. Keep the secret. Go ahead call. Do not call her! Call her. Do not call her! This is nothing. Oh no this is something! Is this a dream? This is not a dream On paper, the above excerpts […]

Jim Kelly VIP Charity Gala with Football Coach Bobby Greco

I have met, interviewed and spoken with many coaches throughout the years, with some of my favorite including Mack Brown, Pete Carroll, Jim Tressel, Terry Bowden and the assistant coaches at Williams College.  But I was truly honored and intrigued to meet and interview coach Bobby Greco at the Jim Kelly VIP Charity Gala this […]

Robert Griffin III, Subway Sandwiches & Being a man

This interview originally appeared on our sister site, He had hair of dried chili peppers, teeth that were made of garlic and his lips were covered in barbeque sauce… No, this is not the mirage of a girl trying her best to cut calories before her wedding/prom/spring break.  It was the unveiling of the […]

FSU’s Zebrie Sanders has talent to win a Super Bowl AND The Hunger Games

Zebrie Sanders (pronounced like “Zebra” but with an “ee” at the end) was the best player on Florida State’s offensive line last year and this year he hopes to take his talents to the NFL.  The NFL teams were impressed with him at the combine and after talking to him, I can understand why.  Sanders […]

NFL Draft Prospect Jacory Harris Breaks Down Miami’s Keys to 2012, How to Read Coverage and Provides Some Words of Wisdom

Jacory Harris has had his ups and downs over the years at Miami, but overall his undeniable talent has landed him in NFL consideration.  It may not be clear which system or team he fits with, but whoever gets him will be lucky to have him on their team.  He is talented, smart, diligent, unselfish, […]

San Diego Charger Antwan Barnes: “We were all there for one purpose and that was to make a name for FIU.”

Florida International, also known as FIU, played football for the first time officially on August 29, 2002.  After three seasons, they moved up to Division I (FBS) and now in just their 10th year of existence, they are about to make their second straight bowl game appearance.  FIU will face Marshall in the Beef ‘O’ […]

Doug Flutie Talks About His Latest Performance With Capital One

I’ve worked in sports broadcasting for a long time and have come across many different types of people, but Doug Flutie is in a category of his own.  The awards and honors are too many to name and the term “hail mary” cannot be mentioned without thoughts of Doug Flutie coming to mind.  Watching football […]

NFL Running Back Dion Lewis: From Pitt to Philadelphia

In 2009 when Pittsburgh running back LeSean McCoy declared early for the NFL Draft, many wondered how true freshman Dion Lewis could possibly replace an NFL-ready running back. McCoy had rushed for almost 1500 yards in his sophomore year and decided to ride that success to the NFL with the Philadelphia Eagles.  And while there […]

NFL Linebacker Colin McCarthy: a Tennessee Titan by way of the Miami Hurricanes)

Colin McCarthy is a rookie linebacker out of Miami (drafted in the 4th round of this April’s NFL Draft).  He is listed second on the depth chart at Middle Linebacker for the Tennessee Titans, but thanks to a hamstring injury forcing him to sit out of Sunday’s game against Houston, he was available to talk […]