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Coaches Andrassy, Hinkel, Steiner, Buckley guests on Takedown Wrestling Sat.

Takedown Wrestling: Two hours of talk about amateur wrestling
Takedown Wrestling: Two hours of talk about amateur wrestling
Takedown Wrestling

A handful of college wrestling coaches will be among the guests on Takedown Wrestling this Saturday, Feb. 15, the weekly broadcast announced Wednesday.

Join Scott Casber, Steve Foster, Jeff Murphy and Brad Johnson live this Saturday 9-11 a.m. Central and 10 a.m.-noon Eastern.

The show opens with Kent State head wrestling coach Jim Andrassy, who may talk about the indefinite suspension of Golden Flashes' Sam Wheeler for anti-gay tweets this week. At 9:20 a.m, Kevin Carter, coach of the new Lyon College wrestling program in Arkansas, is the featured guest… followed at 9:35 by Scott Hinkel, who heads up the Boilermaker mat program at Purdue University in Indiana.

Starting off the second hour will be Troy Steiner, assistant head coach of the Oregon State Beavers. Continuing in the west, Brendan Buckley, at the helm of the Cal Poly Mustang mat program, will take the mic at 10:20.

Fans, athletes, coaches: This is your sport. Join in the conversation, ask questions. Call 866-333-5966 or 515-204-5966.

Takedown Wrestling is available on radio on AM 1460 KXNO, on your computer, your Blackberry or I Phone with the I Heart Radio App.,, I Heart Radio App

Takedown Wrestling's guest list for Feb. 15:

  • 9:00: Jim Andrassy, Kent State head coach
  • 9:20: Kevin Carter, head coach of the new Lyon College wrestling programs
  • 9:35: Scott Hinkel, Purdue head coach
  • 9:50: Joey Boyens, Max Muscle Sports Nutrition Update
  • 10:00: Troy Steiner, assistant head coach at Oregon State
  • 10:20: Brendan Buckley, head coach of the Cal Poly Mustangs
  • 10:40: Jeff Murphy, Kemin Wrestling Report
  • 10:50: Amy Ruble, Wildrose Casino and Resort, Emmetsburg, Iowa

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