Scott Casber and Dan McCool will be live at the St. Louis-based school, home to the Saints wrestling program, headed up by Mike Denney, award-winning coach who had been at the helm at NCAA Division II powerhouse University of Nebraska-Omaha until that school eliminated its wrestling program the night of winning its third straight national team title... and, sadly, its last.
The Takedown Wrestling broadcast can be heard this Saturday 9-11 a.m. Central and 10 a.m.-noon Eastern.
Jack Roller, who heads up Roller Productions – one of the most successful producers of amateur wrestling events in the nation – will open the first hour of the program. At 9:20, Maryville coach Mike Denney is the featured guest, joined by the university’s vice-president, Jeff Miller… followed at 9:35 by special guests from the Saints wrestling program, as well as other athletes from the St. Louis school.
At 10 a.m., the Maryville theme continues, with Matt Baker, first NCAA Division II champ for the Saints, takes the microphone… followed at 10:20 by Keenan Hagerty, an NCAA runner-up.
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Takedown Wrestling is available on radio on AM 1460 KXNO, on your computer, your Blackberry or I Phone with the I Heart Radio App. KXNO.com, Takedownradio.com, I Heart Radio App
Takedown Wrestling's guest list for Jan. 25:
- 9:00: Jack Roller - Roller Productions recap on the popular
- 9:20: Mike Denney - Head Coach of the Maryville University Saints
- 9:20: Jeff Miller - Vice President, Maryville University
- 9:35: Special guests from Maryville University wrestling and athletics
- 9:50: Christian Payne - Max Muscle Sports Nutrition Update
- 10:00: Matt Baker - Earned Maryville's first Division II national title
- 10:20: Keenan Hagerty - NCAA runner-up for Maryville
- 10:40: Jeff Murphy - 2014 Kemin Wrestling Report
- 10:50: Amy Ruble - Wildrose Casino and Resort, Emmetsburg, Iowa
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