Head wrestling coaches for the Cyclones, Tigers and Blue Devils will be among the guests on Takedown Wrestling this Saturday, Sept. 21, the weekly radio broadcast announced Thursday.
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.
Kicking off the first hour of the broadcast is Kevin Jackson, head wrestling coach of the Iowa State Cyclones. At 9:20, it’s wrestling announcer and coach Bryan Hazard… followed at 9:30 by Geno Zannetti of Wrestling Mindset… then, at 9:35, Jack Roller of Roller Productions, which puts on events such as the Tulsa Nationals and Reno Tournament, takes the mic.
Brian Smith, head coach of the University of Missouri Tigers, opens the second hour… while, at 10:20, it’s Jake Agnitsch, a student-athlete and coach of Wartburg’s Elite Takedown program. At 10:30, the featured guest will be Glen Lanham, who heads up the Duke Blue Devil wrestling program.
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Takedown Wrestling's guest list for Sept. 21:
- 9:05: Kevin Jackson, head coach at Iowa State
- 9:20: Bryan Hazard, wrestling announcer and coach
- 9:30: Geno Zannetti, Wrestling Mindset
- 9:35: Jack Roller, Roller Productions
- 9:50: Tyler Barkley, Max Muscle Sports Nutrition Update
- 10:00: Brian Smith, head coach at Missouri
- 10:20: Jake Agnitsch, Wartburg’s Elite Takedown program
- 10:30: Glen Lanham, head coach at Duke University
- 10:50: Amy Ruble, Wildrose Casino and Resort, Emmettsburg, Iowa
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