Takedown Wrestling welcomes a trio of Division I head coaches and two top freestyle wrestlers during its two-hour broadcast this Saturday, May 18, the show announced Monday.
Join hosts Steve Foster, Jeff Murphy, Brad Johnson, Terry Cook — and substituting for Scott Casber this week, Bob Selby — this Saturday 9:00-11:00 a.m. Central and 10 a.m.-noon Eastern.
The first hour opens with Reece Humphrey, former Ohio State mat star who’s now achieving great things in freestyle… followed by Joe Russell, head coach at George Mason University, which just announced its membership in the Eastern Wrestling League (EWL). Then Patrick Hadley talks about his new film on the late Cornell University wrestler Adam Frey.
In the second hour, Takedown welcomes Purdue’s head coach Scott Hinkel… then Kevin Jackson, who heads up the Iowa State mat program… followed by Jake Herbert, two-time NCAA champ for Northwestern and 2012 Olympian.
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Takedown Wrestling’s guest list for May 18:
- 9:03: Reece Humphrey, 60 kg U.S. Open freestyle champ, and former Buckeye mat great
- 9:20: Joe Russell, now at the helm at George Mason University, host for the 2013 NWCA All-Star Classic this fall
- 9:40: Patrick Hadley, producer of the new movie “Go Down Swinging” that tells the story of Adam Frey, the Cornell wrestler who lost his battle to cancer at age 23.
- 9:50: Tyler Barkley, Max Muscle Sports Nutrition Update
- 10:00: Scott Hinkel, head coach of the Purdue University Boilermakers
- 10:20: Kevin Jackson, Iowa State Cyclones head wrestling coach
- 10:40: Jake Herbert, 2012 U.S. Olympic freestyle wrestler and two-time Northwestern NCAA mat champ
- 10:50: Amy Ruble, Wildrose Casino and Resort
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