Head wrestling coaches of the Bison, Cowboys, Knights, and Storm will be among the guests on Takedown Wrestling this Saturday, Sept. 28, the weekly radio broadcast announced Monday.
Join Scott Casber, Brad Johnson and award-winning wrestling writer Dan McCool live this Saturday 9-11 a.m. Central and 10 a.m.-noon Eastern.
The broadcast begins with Eric Keller, head coach of the 2013 NCAA Division III team titlewinners, the Knights of Wartburg College of Iowa. At 9:20, Luke Eustice, the Hawkeye Wrestling Club’s Director of Operations, takes the mic… followed at 9:35 by Mike Juby, chair of USA Wrestling in Kansas, and host of the NAIA (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics) wrestling championships.
At 10:00, the featured guest will be Roger Kish, former Minnesota All-American wrestler who’s now head coach of the Bison of North Dakota State University… followed at 10:15 by the head coach of the Cowboys at University of Wyoming, Mark Branch. Wrapping up the trifecta of head coaches in the second hour is Nate Hansen of the Storm of Iowa’s Simpson College.
Fans, athletes, coaches: This is your sport. Join in the conversation, ask questions. Call 866-333-5966 or 515-204-5966.
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Takedown Wrestling's guest list for Sept. 28:
- 9:05: Eric Keller, head coach at Wartburg College
- 9:20: Luke Eustice, Director of Operations for Hawkeye Wrestling Club
- 9:35: Mike Juby, Kansas State Chair for USA Wrestling, and host for the NAIA Championships
- 9:50: Tyler Barkley, Max Muscle Sports Nutrition Update
- 10:00: Roger Kish, head coach at North Dakota State
- 10:15: Mark Branch, University of Wyoming head coach
- 10:30: Nate Hansen, head coach at Simpson College
- 10:50: Peggie Johnson, Wildrose Casino and Resort, Clinton, Iowa
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