Takedown Wrestling talks to coaches and wrestlers who achieved big things at the 2013 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships for for its two-hour broadcast this Saturday, April 6, the show announced Thursday.
Join hosts Scott Casber, Steve Foster, Jeff Murphy, Brad Johnson and Terry Cook this Saturday 9:00-11:00 a.m. Central and 10 a.m.-noon Eastern.
This week's guests include:
- 9:03: Carl Fronhofer, head coach at Columbia University, and Steve Santos, Columbia NCAA All-American who placed third at 149 pounds.
- 9:20: Jeff Bowyer, Brute's National Wrestling Sales Manager
- 9:35: Dom Bradley, University of Missouri All American who placed fourth at heavyweight at the 2013 NCAAs.
- 9:50: Tyler Barkley, Max Muscle Sports Nutrition Update
- 10:00: Noel Thompson, Beat The Streets, provides an update on the Save Olympic Wrestling Movement
- 10:20: Doug Schwab, head coach at the University of Northern Iowa
- 10:35: Lee Miracle, head coach of the new women's program at Campbellsville University in Kentucky.
- 10:50: Peggy Johnson, Wildrose Casino and Resort, Clinton, Iowa
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. KXNO.com, Takedownradio.com, I Heart Radio App.
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