Day 7 Wrap from the 2014 World Championships in Tashkent – Short Time Ep. 104
Sep 14, 2014 |
No medals for the United States on the final day of the United World Wrestling Championships in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Spenser Mango finished fifth for the second year in a row, while Caylor Williams and Justin "Harry" Lester were eliminated from medal contention early in the day. Hear what the athletes and coach Matt Lindland had to say, with audio provided by USA Wrestling's Gary Abbott.
Day 6 World Championship Recap from Tashkent – Short Time Ep. 103
Sep 13, 2014 |
The sixth day at the United World Wrestling Championships wasn't a good one for the United States as Bryce Saddoris, Joe Rau and Robby Smith failed to place. Smith and Saddoris each won matches, while Rau was winning his match until getting pinned. We'll hear from U.S. Greco-Roman National Team Coach Matt Lindland and all three of the world teamers on Episode 103 of the Short Time Wrestling Podcast. Special thanks to Gary Abbott of USA Wrestling for providing us with audio from the athlete interviews.
Day 5 with World bronze medalist Andy Bisek and silver medalist Elena Pirozhkova
Sep 12, 2014 |
The Greco-Roman drought is over and the U.S. took third in the team race as Day 5 of the World Championships. Elena Pirozhkova earned her fourth world medal with a silver and helped lead coach Terry Steiner's squad to another top three finish. Andy Bisek won the first Greco-Roman medal since 2009 with a bronze at 75kg.
Day 4 in Tashkent with WORLD CHAMPION Adeline Gray – Short Time Ep. 101
Sep 11, 2014 |
Adeline Gray became the fourth woman in American wrestling history to win four medals at the World Championships -- and she did it by taking the gold. Gray won her second world title with a 2-1 win over Brazil's Aline Da Silva Ferreira and had to go through a gauntlet of monster opponents to reach the final. We talk with Adeline Gray and her father George about the experience and overcoming a personal tragedy this summer.
World Wrestling Championships Day 3 Recap – Short Time Ep. 100
Sep 10, 2014 |
It was another one-medal day for the United States at the 2014 United World Wrestling Championships in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Helen Maroulis won a bronze medal at 55kg, the second world medal of her career, while Alyssa Lampe just missed out on a medal, finishing fifth at 48kg. Japan crowned two champions, while other titles were won by Mongolia and Germany. With audio provided by USA Wrestling's Gary Abbott, we'll hear from U.S. Women's National Team Coach Terry Steiner and athletes Randi Miller, Alyssa Lampe and Jenna Burkert. Short Time talked with Helen Maroulis after her bronze medal victory and we'll give you a little international bonus with German world champion Aline Focken, who took...
United World Wrestling Championships Press Conference – Short Time Bonus Ep.
Sep 9, 2014 |
Full audio from the United World Wrestling press conference at the 2014 World Championships in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. There's a lot of Russian language in this.
Men's freestyle wraps up at second day of the United World Wrestling Championshi
Sep 9, 2014 |
The second day of the United World Wrestling Championships concluded as men's freestyle finished up. It was another rough day for the United States as only Jordan Burroughs would come home with a medal, and that medal was third. We'll talk with Jordan Burroughs, Bruce Burnett, Brent Metcalf and Jimmy Kennedy on Episode 99 of the Short Time Wrestling Podcast.
United World Wrestling Championships Day 1 – Short Time Ep. 98
Sep 8, 2014 |
Catching up with the U.S. World Teamers who competed on the first day of the United World Wrestling Championships in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Tervel Dlagnev won a bronze medal, while three other Americans didn't place. Clarion alum Bekzod Abdurakhmanov of Uzbekistan also won a bronze. Lots to hear with special thanks from Gary Abbott of USA Wrestling for the audio from Team USA.
Talking documentaries and Foxcatcher with Nancy Schultz – Short Time Ep. 97
Sep 4, 2014 |
It's been 18 years since the tragic murder of wrestling hero Dave Schultz. On Episode 97 of the Short Time Wrestling Podcast, we talk with Dave's widow Nancy on life since and her take on the upcoming Foxcatcher film. She's also working on her own documentary about Dave. Some of the topics discussed on Episode 97 of the Short Time Wrestling Podcast with Nancy Schultz are: How did you discover wrestling and what made you fall in love with the sport? People in wrestling know the story and they're going to hear about it a lot more with the November release of Foxcatcher. In your words, how do you explain to people who might not be old enough to remember the happenings of that January day? Befor...
On the Mat with Iowa State assistant Trent Paulson and Des Moines Regsiter write
Sep 3, 2014 |
Kyle Klingman of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum talks with new Iowa State assistant coach Trent Paulson and multi-time national wrestling writer of the year, Andy Hamilton of the Des Moines Register.
The polarizing, energetic and most hated man in MMA: Chael Sonnen – Short Time E
Aug 31, 2014 |
Hate him or, well, hate him, Chael Sonnen is never at a loss for words. Even in the wake of his failed drug test and his subsequent retirement from the Ultimate Fighting Championship, Sonnen continues to embrace his role as the ultimate heel in the world of mixed martial arts. You might even find a list -- or 10 -- that rank Sonnen as one of the most hated figures in MMA history. The 1998 Division I All-American from the University of Oregon will talk about anything and everything and he does that with us on Episode 96 of the Short Time Wrestling Podcast. What you will find out about Sonnen is his complete admiration for the current crop of wrestlers. He discusses staying up late to watch th...
World and Olympic champion Jordan Burroughs talks wrestling and fatherhood – Sho
Aug 28, 2014 |
With five screws, one plate, two World titles and an Olympic Gold, if Jordan Burroughs keeps this up, he's going to have his own lyrics to the 12 Days of Wrestling Christmas. The best pound-for-pound freestyle wrestler in the world is off to Italy for acclimation and then off to Uzbekistan for the 2014 World Championships. But before he left, he talked with us about training, preparation and of course, fatherhood. Among the questions Jordan Burroughs answers on Episode 95 of the Short Time Wrestling Podcast: So what's it like being a new father? How did training camp go and what are your expectations for this year's squad. How much have you had a chance to work with coach Bruce Burnett? He g...
16-time national champion Wayne Baughman goes On The Mat
Aug 27, 2014 |
By Kyle Klingman NWHOF Dan Gable Museum Wayne Baughman will go “On the Mat” this Wednesday, August 27. “On the Mat" is a presentation of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum. The show can be heard live on the Internet at 1650thefan.com or locally in Northeast Iowa each Wednesday from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. Central on AM 1650, The Fan. A podcast of the show is available on audio.theopenmat.com. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or comments. Baughman was a 16-time national champion who made eight World teams and three Olympic teams. He was also the head wrestling coach of the 1976 freestyle Olympic team.
New Grand Canyon head coach Jon Sioredas talks about the future – Short Time Ep.
Aug 24, 2014 |
After spending the last seven years on the sidelines as an assistant coach at Chattanooga and Old Dominion, Jon Sioredas is now a Division I head wrestling coach. On August 22, Grand Canyon University announced Sioredas would become the second head wrestling coach in school history and he'll be leading the Lopes into a new era as they prepare for Division I competition. Grand Canyon is entering the second year of a four-year provisional period as the school moves from Division II to Division I. The school already has notable head coaches as NBA All-Star Dan Majerle heads up the men's basketball team and former major leaguer Andy Stankiewicz leading the baseball program. On Episode 94 of the ...
MIT grad and founder of WrestlingStories.org Sam Shames- Short Time Ep. 93
Aug 21, 2014 |
Sam Shames recently wrapped up his career at MIT as a four-time All-American at the NCWA level. Despite MIT dropping wrestling to club status prior to his arrival on campus, Shames wrestled four years for coach Tom Layte. He's now using his degree in Material Science and Engineering to launch a start-up company with a few other MTI grads. Shames is also working on a project called Wrestling Stories, a collection of personal statements about the importance of wrestling and how it's shaped people's lives. Hear the answers to these questions and more with Sam Shames on Episode 93 of the Short Time Wrestling Podcast. How did you first discover wrestling and what did you like about it? Graduated ...
On The Mat with new Air Force coach Sam Barber and USA Wrestling's Craig Sesker
Aug 20, 2014 |
By Kyle Klingman NWHOF Dan Gable Museum Sam Barber and Craig Sesker will go “On the Mat” this Wednesday, August 20. “On the Mat" is a presentation of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum. The show can be heard live on the Internet at 1650thefan.com or locally in Northeast Iowa each Wednesday from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. Central on AM 1650, The Fan. A podcast of the show is available on audio.theopenmat.com. E-mail email@example.com with any questions or comments. Barber was named the new head wrestling coach at Air Force. He wrestled collegiately at Upper Iowa University in Fayette. Sesker is the Senior Manager of Communications at USA Wrestling. He will provide an update on the u...
Talking California Community College wrestling with Sac City coach Dave Pacheco
Aug 17, 2014 |
Sacramento City College coach Dave Pacheco has spent almost 30 years as the head coach at the California community college. As college wrestling season looms for the 20 junior college programs in California, it's time for a refresher on one of the most unique wrestling divisions in the country. A product of the California Community College system before finishing his career at Idaho State, Pacheco has put dozens upon dozens of wrestlers into four-year programs around the country. Dave Pacheco answers these questions and more on Episode 92 of the Short Time Podcast: What are some of the benefits for the California Community College system. How's the funding work with most schools? You guys ar...
New Army head wrestling coach Kevin Ward – Short Time Ep. 91
Aug 14, 2014 |
A native of Tennessee and graduate of Oklahoma State University, Kevin Ward helped take Division II Ouachita Baptist from new program to national power. In 2014, he coached Ouachita Baptist to a fourth-place finish at the NCAA Division II Championships and was named the Division II coach of the year in just the program's fourth year. Now Ward is heading east to take over as the head coach at Army. On Episode 91 of the Short Time Wrestling Podcast, Kevin Ward answers these questions and more: You're originally from Tennessee, how difficult was it for you to get exposure to the top programs? It's not very often a coach moves from the Division II ranks to the Division I ranks. What are some thi...
On The Mat with Women's World Teamer Alli Ragan and new Purdue head coach Tony E
Aug 13, 2014 |
By Kyle Klingman NWHOF Dan Gable Museum Alli Ragan and Tony Ersland will go “On the Mat” this Wednesday, August 13. “On the Mat" is a presentation of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum. The show can be heard live on the Internet at 1650thefan.com or locally in Northeast Iowa each Wednesday from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. Central on AM 1650, The Fan. A podcast of the show is available on audio.theopenmat.com. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or comments. Ragan made the 2014 World Team in women’s freestyle wrestling at 127.5 pounds. She won the Women’s College Wrestling Association tournament in 2013 and 2014. Ersland was recently hired as the head wrestling coach at Purdu...
The always energized Shane Sparks of the Big Ten Network – Short Time Ep. 90
Aug 10, 2014 |
Few people in the wrestling community know the name Shane Nebl, but in actuality, many know who he is. Known professionally as Shane Sparks, the Wisconsin native has become a leading voice in wrestling with his on-site interviews on the Big Ten Network and Universal Sports as well as his own Wisconsin-based website, BadgerStateWrestling.com. Dubbed Mr. Excitement by his broadcast partners at BTN, Sparks shoots down the claims he chugs Mountain Dew by the gallon and gives us an insight in how he got to have some of the best vantagepoints in all of wrestling -- matside with mic in hand. He'll trade some stories and even give some fun facts about Tom and Terry Brands and some of his favorite wr...
Chattanooga head wrestling coach Heath Eslinger – Short Time Ep. 89
Aug 7, 2014 |
Heath Eslinger returned to his alma mater a few years back as the head coach at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, or simply Chattanooga. Before coming back to Chattanooga, he spent time as a high school wrestling coach, which has given him a unique perspective on a few different topics in wrestling. On Episode 89 of the Short Time Wrestling Podcast, Eslinger talks about what he's looking forward to this season with Chattanooga wrestling, standing by a decision he made a few years back to suspend several student-athletes and the NWCA Convention. Among things discussed regarding the NWCA Convention were the sessions he and his wife led about being a coach's wife and then we started t...
On The Mat with World Teamers Brent Metcalf and Joe Rau
Aug 6, 2014 |
By Kyle Klingman NWHOF Dan Gable Museum Brent Metcalf and Joe Rau will go “On the Mat” this Wednesday, August 6. “On the Mat" is a presentation of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum. The show can be heard live on the Internet at 1650thefan.com or locally in Northeast Iowa each Wednesday from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. Central on AM 1650, The Fan. A podcast of the show is available on audio.theopenmat.com. E-mail email@example.com with any questions or comments. Metcalf made the 2014 World Team in freestyle at 143 pounds. He was an NCAA champion for the University of Iowa in 2008 and 2010. Rau made the 2014 World Team in Greco-Roman at 176 pounds. He was an NCAA Division III champio...
New Hofstra head wrestling coach Dennis Papadatos – Short Time Ep. 88
Aug 3, 2014 |
To hear Dennis Papadatos tell the story, he was a high school nobody who was just lucky to have a chance to walk-on and wrestle at Hofstra. Now 13 years after his competitive career at Hofstra ended, Papadatos has returned to his alma mater as the program's head coach, taking over for former teammate Rob Anspach. Announced during the annual NWCA Convention in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Papadatos talks about his journey from walk-on to Division I head coach and how much his time as an assistant coach at Northern Illinois, Binghamton and North Carolina helped pave the way for his return to Long Island. Papadatos points to the NWCA Leadership Academy as one factor in his rise as a coach as well ...
Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby and Dr. Amanda Stanec and Dr. Jen Bhalla – Short
Aug 1, 2014 |
Bob Bowlsby's career in athletic administration started after his career on the wrestling mats ended. Bowlsby wrestled at Minnesota State-Moorhead back in his college days and since, he's gone through positions as an Athletics Director at Northern Iowa, Iowa and Stanford. Now the current commissioner of the Big 12 Conference, Bowlsby's been a prominent figure in the discussion regarding athlete payments and the Ed O'Bannon lawsuit. Bowlsby was the Keynote Speaker at the NWCA Convention in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and he shares some of his thoughts on the state of the NCAA and how it impacts college wrestling. Another notable session on Friday was the presentation of a research study conducte...
NWCA Executive Director Mike Moyer and Olympic cyclist Scott Mercier – Short Tim
Jul 31, 2014 |
Prior to the annual NWCA Convention in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Executive Director Mike Moyer talked about the NWCA College Coaches Academy. The Academy started in 2010 and was a way to help educate up-and-coming coaches on traits that will help them land coaching positions and help preserve and entrench their programs. Now in the fourth year, over 300 coaches have come through the program and many of the newly-hired head coaches in all levels of wrestling have gone through the academy. Olympic cyclist Scott Mercier was one of the keynote speakers for the Coaches Academy. Mercier was a professional cyclist for the U.S. Postal Service and made the decision not to dope when it came to his car...
Jason Bryant, Tim Johnson & Nick Marable go On The Mat
Jul 30, 2014 |
Jason Bryant, Tim Johnson, and Nick Marable will go “On the Mat” this Wednesday, July 30. “On the Mat" is a presentation of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum. The show can be heard live on the Internet at 1650thefan.com or locally in Northeast Iowa each Wednesday from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. Central on AM 1650, The Fan. A podcast of the show is available on theopenmat.com. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or comments. Bryant is the editor of theopenmat.com. He will provide a breakdown of Junior Nationals and provide insight on the upcoming collegiate season. Johnson was the Order of Merit recipient during the National Wrestling Hall of Fame’s Honors Weekend in June. ...
Olympic champion and new UFC signee Henry Cejudo – Short Time Ep. 85
Jul 29, 2014 |
Back in 2008, Henry Cejudo became the youngest wrestler from the United States to win a gold medal at the Olympics in freestyle wrestling. After coming back for one last run in 2012, Cejudo left his shoes on the mat and retired from competition. While he retired from wrestling, his wrestling skills are still used today in the world of Mixed Martial Arts. On July 25, Cejudo signed on with MMA's biggest promotion, the Ultimate Fighting Championship, and was booked for a fight against former Boise State wrestler Scott Jorgensen on August 30. On Episode 85 of the Short Time Wrestling Podcast, Henry Cejudo answers these questions and more. You won two state championships in Arizona before moving ...
Short Time: No show scheduled for July 28
Jul 27, 2014 |
There will be no Short Time Wrestling Podcast on Monday, July 28. Short Time will fire back up on Wednesday as Kyle Klingman's On The Mat program will be released as well as numerous Short Time updates coming from the NWCA Convention in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Short Time from Fargo: Cadet Freestyle Wrap & Junior Semis Rundown – Short Time
Jul 25, 2014 |
It was an amazing day in Fargo, N.D., as Cadet Freestyle crowned its champions and the Junior Freestyle semifinals provided some high octane moments that made wrestling fans just giddy. 17 Cadets came away with the big stop sign and 30 juniors will wrestle for the right to do the same after winning semifinals on Friday, the seventh day of the USA Wrestling Cadet & Junior Nationals. I also took a shot to the chest from a folding table as two Cadet finalists came barreling into me. Somehow, my microphone ended up in the center of the mat. Short Time is proudly sponsored by Flipswrestling. Share your attitude and be heard at Flipswrestling.com
Short Time from Fargo: Phase II Champions Jimmy Kennedy & Nick Marable and annou
Jul 24, 2014 |
Short Time from Fargo rolls on as Jimmy Kennedy and Nick Marable earned berths on the U.S. Freestyle World Team and we talk with announcer Sandy Stevens, who has announced 43 of the 44 Junior National freestyle championships. Men's Freestyle - July 24 Best of Three Match 2 Two big four-point moves and one takedown was all that Jimmy Kennedy needed to beat 2012 Olympic bronze medalist Coleman Scott 10-0 in the second match at 61kg to claim a spot on the U.S. World Team for the first time. The match was slowed due to the cut above Scott's left eye. Kennedy won the Yasar Dogu back in February in Turkey. When Nick Marable last stepped on the raised platform in Fargo with a big match, he came awa...
Short Time from Fargo: Olympic champ Brandon Slay and NDSU coach Roger Kish – Sh
Jul 23, 2014 |
Day five is rolling along here in the Fargodome in Fargo, North Dakota as the Junior Women's Duals and Cadet Freestyle fired up on Wednesday. With no individual tournaments coming to a head, we got a chance to talk with Olympic champion Brandon Slay and North Dakota State head wrestling coach Roger Kish. Slay recalls his time competing in the Fargodome at the Junior Nationals as he was coming through the ranks as a young Texan. He also speaks on his roles on the National Team staff, coming through the Cadet level, his experiences on the Cadet World Teams and also talks about the Cadet Worlds. Kish has the task of helping coordinate a bunch of different things on his own campus. This past yea...
On The Mat: Mike Finn of WIN Magazine and Golden Valley H.S. coach Aaron Wherry
Jul 23, 2014 |
Mike Finn and Aaron Wherry will go “On the Mat” this Wednesday, July 23. “On the Mat" is a presentation of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum. The show can be heard live on the Internet at 1650thefan.com or locally in Northeast Iowa each Wednesday from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. Central on AM 1650, The Fan. A podcast of the show is available on audio.theopenmat.com. E-mail email@example.com with any questions or comments. Finn is the editor of Wrestling Insider Newsmagazine. He will provide an update from Junior Nationals in Fargo, North Dakota. A native of Lime Springs, Iowa, Wherry is currently the head wrestling coach at Golden Valley High School in Bakersfield, California. His ...
Short Time from Fargo: Phase II Greco & Juniors – Short Time Ep. 81
Jul 22, 2014 |
There was a lot to take in on Tuesday at the Fargodome in Fargo, North Dakota. We had Greco-Roman Phase II World Team Trials, Junior Greco-Roman Finals and Junior Women’s freestyle finals. Tuesday’s the craziest day here in Fargo, so sit back, relax and take your time, because it’s time for another Fargo Update coming up NOW on the Short Time Wrestling Podcast. LET’S START BY GETTING INTO ALL OF THIS STUFF The Army's Justin Lester made his seventh U.S. World Team with two straight victories over Pat Smith of the Minnesota Storm in the Phase II Trials at 71kg. Lester, a World bronze medalist in 2006 and 2007, made things look easy in the first match of the best-of-three series, teching Smith ...
Short Time from Fargo: Day 3 Cadet Greco-Roman Finals Rundown – Short Time Ep. 8
Jul 21, 2014 |
It’s a new week for the rest of us, but it’s already day three at the 2014 USA Wrestling Cadet & Junior Nationals. The Cadet Greco competiton finished up on Monday as 17 champs can hoist the stop sign high. It’s Day 3 from Fargo …. On the Short Time Wrestling Podcast. Results 88: Trey Keeley (Illinois) DEC Patrick McKee (Minnesota) 12-8 94: Nicolas Aguilar (California) DEC Brandon Meikel (Utah) 7-2 100: Roman Bravo-Young (Arizona) FALL Dominic Lajoie (Michigan) 4:56 106: Ian Timmins (Nevada) FALL Drew West (Iowa) 3:35 113: Austin Gomez (Illinois) TF Bryce West (Iowa) 18-8 120: Coltan Williams (Texas) DEC Wilson Smith (North Carolina) 8-5 126: Jaden Enriquez (California) DEC Quentin Hovis (Ar...
Short Time from Fargo: Day 2 with T.C. Dantzler & Tony Black – Short Time Ep. 79
Jul 20, 2014 |
Day 2 is over and done with here in the Fargodome in Fargo, North Dakota and it's been a full day of Cadet Greco-Roman wrestling. We'll give you a quick rundown of the quarterfinal winners who will take to the mat on Monday in the semifinals. We also get a chance to talk with Olympian and multiple-time World Team member T.C. Dantzler about the quality of competition he's been seeing at the Cadet level and we talk with Tony Black, the Director of State Services for USA Wrestling and get a little bit of insight on what goes on with trying to manage such a monstrous event. It's all coming up on Episode 79 of the Short Time Wrestling Podcast, the Day 2 rundown from Fargo. The Short Time Wrestlin...
Short Time from Fargo: The Day 1 rundown – Short Time Ep. 78
Jul 20, 2014 |
Changing things up here on Short Time this week as the monster of a tournament hosted in Fargo, the USA Wrestling Cadet & Junior Nationals, is underway. We'll give you some daily updates from the Fargodome here on Short Time. On Saturday, the Cadet Women's Freestyle championships came and went with a new crop of up-and-coming women winning those glorious stop signs. On the senior level, three women's weights were contested, two as part of the Phase II World Team Trials, and a third was a special wrestle-off for the World Team spot at 69kg. Helen Maroulis, Jenna Burkert and Randi Miller won best two-out-of-three series' to earn the right to represent the U.S. Short Time is proudly sponsored b...
Logan Davis, head coach at Division III Southern Virginia University – Short Tim
Jul 17, 2014 |
For the last 15 years, the wrestling program at Southern Virginia University in Buena Vista, Virginia has competed in relative obscurity. While a competitive program in the National Collegiate Wrestling Association (NCWA), the Knights athletic program was looking for an identity. The school, which was in the NAIA, kept wrestling on its listing of sports, but it was still a club program. SVU was also affiliated with the U.S. Collegiate Athletic Association, which was formerly known as the U.S. Small College Athletic Association. The team would show up at open tournaments and have sporadic duals, but the role of the program in the varsity landscape was still uncertain. On July 8, Southern Virg...
Larry "The Axe" Hennig & Diamond Dallas Page go On The Mat
Jul 16, 2014 |
By Kyle Klingman NWHOF Dan Gable Museum Larry Hennig and Diamond Dallas Page will go “On the Mat” this Wednesday, July 16. “On the Mat" is a presentation of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum. The show can be heard live on the Internet at 1650thefan.com or locally in Northeast Iowa each Wednesday from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. Central on AM 1650, The Fan. A podcast of the show is available on audio.theopenmat.com. This week's show included two inductees into the George Tragos/Lou Thesz Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame. Larry Hennig will receive the Lou Thesz Award, which is given to an individual in wrestling who has taken the skills of the profession into the realm of public se...
Outspoken Greco-Roman Wrestling World Teamer Robby Smith – Short Time Ep. 76
Jul 14, 2014 |
Robby Smith was a three-time high school placewinner out of the rugged one-class California state wrestling championships. On the high school mats, Smith was strong, but he thrived in freestyle and Greco-Roman, winning USA Wrestling national championships in both styles. In 2005 after graduating from San Ramon High School, Smith doubled up, winning Junior National titles in both freestyle and Greco-Roman. For Smith, high school was the offseason with his focus squarely on being a national champion. After winning the U.S. Greco-Roman Trials in June in Daytona Beach, Florida, Smith earned the right to represent the United States at the World Championships for the second year in a row. On Episo...
New North Dakota State assistant Derek St. John talks Hawkeye, Bison wrestling –
Jul 10, 2014 |
Recent college graduate Derek St. John had a stellar career on the mats in Iowa City. First at West High in Iowa City then a few blocks down the street at the University of Iowa. St. John was introduced as the new assistant coach at North Dakota State University on July 7. St. John will join the a staff led by head coach Roger Kish and head assistant Manny Rivera -- both former Minnesota Golden Gophers. St. John explains his decision to enter coaching, whether or not he's going to go the freestyle route after getting situated in his new home and a number of other topics, including the ups and downs he dealt with during his career. Some of the topics Derek St. John discusses in Episode 75 of ...
Randy Couture talks about receiving the George Tragos Award from the Dan Gable M
Jul 9, 2014 |
By Kyle Klingman NWHOF Dan Gable Museum Randy Couture will go “On the Mat” this Wednesday, July 9. “On the Mat" is a presentation of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum. The show can be heard live on the Internet at 1650thefan.com or locally in Northeast Iowa each Wednesday from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. Central on AM 1650, The Fan. Couture will receive the George Tragos Award from the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum on Saturday, July 19. He was a three-time All-American for Oklahoma State, placing second at the NCAA tournament in 1991 and 1992. Couture was also a member of four U.S. Greco-Roman World Championship teams. He remains one of the most popular competitor...
BTN Student U Broadcaster & Michigan State alum Eric Olanowski – Short Time Ep.
Jul 6, 2014 |
Coming out of Kellam High School in Virginia Beach, Virginia, Eric Olanowski was set to head to wrestle for Delaware State. As the NHSCA Senior National Champion at 112 pounds, he wasn't getting too many Division I offers and then-coach Earl Walker was ready to give him a shot. Then Walker was unceremoniously ousted at Delaware State, the program was later dropped and Olanowski settled in East Lansing to wrestle for Tom Minkel at Michigan State. Olanowski was an NCAA qualifier at 125 pounds during his career, but now his wrestling days are over, Olanowski is talking wrestling pretty frequently as a color commentator for Big Ten Network Student U broadcasts. Olanowski talks about several topi...
Talking Title IX with Christina Hoff Sommers – Short Time Ep. 73
Jul 3, 2014 |
June 23 marked the 42nd anniversary of Title IX, an anti-discrimination law that's not only opened doors for women, but worked to eliminate discrimination in federally funded institutions nationwide. When applied to college athletics, Title IX is almost a dirty word. With three ways to comply with Title IX, schools often focus on prong one, commonly known as proportionality. While the other two prongs are allegedly equal for compliance, the Department of Education issued a clarification in 1996 calling proportionality a "safe harbor," meaning schools with similar ratios of male and female athletes to their student body would be viewed as compliant. In 2003, the Department issued another clar...
Jim Ross on the upcoming Tragos/Thesz Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame Induct
Jul 2, 2014 |
By Kyle Klingman NWHOF Dan Gable Museum WATERLOO, Iowa—He is the voice of professional wrestling. Now, he will be the voice of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum’s biggest event of the year. Jim Ross, a recipient of the Lou Thesz Award in 2011, will be the master of ceremonies during the George Tragos/Lou Thesz Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame induction banquet on Saturday, July 19 in Waterloo. This year’s hall of came class includes Rick Steiner, Scott Steiner, Wilbur Snyder, Diamond Dallas Page (Frank Gotch Award), Larry Hennig (Lou Thesz Award), Randy Couture (George Tragos Award), and Larry Matysik (Jim Melby Award). “I’m very honored to have been asked to take a mor...
Coaching youth wrestling with New Jersey's Ed Piccola – Short Time Ep. 72
Jun 30, 2014 |
A native of Sparta, New Jersey, Ed Piccola didn't wonder about his passion for wrestling as he completed his high school wrestling career. When he got into coaching at the high school level, he donned his now trademark white hat and found a passion for teaching -- teaching kids top-level technique that works from the youth to the international level. On Episode 72 of the Short Time Wrestling Podcast, we visit with Ed Piccola and pick his brain on topics relating to coaching youth wrestling, engaging talented and developing young wrestlers and finding out some of the keys in dealing with tournament selection, private training and dealing with parents -- all that and more on Short Time. Follow...
Miss Virginia USA Arielle Rosmarino, former wrestler – Short Time Ep. 71
Jun 26, 2014 |
A pageant queen ... on Short Time? Yes, Arielle Rosmarino is our guest on Episode 71 of the Short Time Wrestling Podcast. Rosmarino was a recent contestant during the Miss USA Pageant held on Sunday, June 8 in Baton Rogue, Louisiana. For those watching, they might have been shocked at what sport Rosmarino chose to showcase that made her unique -- wrestling. So how does the Salem, Virginia native and reigning Miss Virginia USA incorporate wrestling? Easy, she was a wrestler at Glenvar High School. The 22-year-old Radford University graduate talks about how she got started in wrestling and what made wrestling so important to her through high school, college and still to this day. Unable to com...
On The Mat: TheOpenMat.com's Jason Bryant & WWE Talent Scout Gerry Brisco
Jun 25, 2014 |
The June 25 edition of On The Mat with Kyle Klingman of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum, Jason Bryant of TheOpenMat.com and longtime amateur and professional wrestler Gerry Brisco join the show. This show is a shortened 30-minute episode due to the Chicago Cubs game broadcast on 1650 The Fan, KCNZ Klingman and Bryant discuss a few of the coaching changes that have proliferated through the college wrestling ranks this offseason and get some insight on the moves at Army and Hofstra, both who announced coaching changes earlier this month. Bryant also speaks on some of the top assistants in the sport and who could be in line for future Division I coaching openings. Brisco, w...
Greco-Roman World Team Member Jordan Holm – Short Time Ep. 70
Jun 23, 2014 |
A two-time high school state champion while growing up in Minnesota, Jordan Holm was an up-and-coming talent not just on the college mats, but in Greco-Roman. While he's put a lot of the past behind him to make two straight U.S. World Teams in Greco-Roman, Holm still has to answer questions about his past and the battles he's been enduring to try to clear his name from a 2003 conviction that put him in prison. While Holm still fights the fight for vindication, he won his third U.S. Open championship back in April and earlier this month in Daytona Beach, beat Zac Nielsen in two straight matches to earn the right to represent the United States at the 2014 World Championships in Tashkent, Uzbek...
Teenager Hunter Gandee and his 40-mile trek for cerebral palsy – Short Time Ep.
Jun 19, 2014 |
Hunter Gandee is just days past completing the eighth grade. Already, the Temperanceville, Michigan resident is making headlines, but not about his wrestling ability, but about his recent 40-mile walk while carrying his seven-year-old brother Braden on his back. Gandee was making the walk to Ann Arbor's Bahna Wrestling Complex to raise awareness for his brother's condition, cerebral palsy. The "Cerebral Palsy Swagger" made national headlines and even drew the attention from that "other" wrestling group, the WWE. Gandee talks about how the idea started, the family's interest in wrestling, how much assistance the University of Michigan wrestling program offered and what he hopes to achieve wit...
On The Mat: Northern Colorado head coach Troy Nickerson & Wes Brisco
Jun 18, 2014 |
On the June 18 edition of On The Mat, Kyle Klingman and Doug Van Gelder talk with new Northern Colorado head wrestling coach Troy Nickerson and Wes Brisco, a professional wrestler who spent time in Total Nonstop Action and is the son of Jerry Brisco, who has quite the background in amateur and professional wrestling. The National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum has a professional wrestling wing, which centers around superstars in the arena of professional wrestling with amateur wrestling background. Kyle and Doug open the show talking about the numerous coaching changes in Division I, including Nickerson's hire. The discussion shifts to the upcoming Hall of Fame induction weekend dow...
Talking Greco, Kerry Boumans and Williams Baptist coach Kerry Regner – Short Tim
Jun 16, 2014 |
On Episode 68 of the Short Time Wrestling Podcast, we give you a quick rundown of the champions at the U.S. Greco-Roman World Team Trials, talk with Illinois Cadet Duals coach Kerry Boumans about the state's performance at the USA Wrestling Cadet Freestyle & Greco-Roman National Duals and we visit with the new head coach at NAIA Williams Baptist College in Arkansas. Greco-Trials Six members of the U.S. World Team were set on Friday, June 13 at the Ocean Center in Daytona Beach, Florida. Spenser Mango, RaVaughn Perkins, Andy Bisek, Jordan Holm, Caylor Williams and Robby Smith all won the right to represent the United States at the World Championships in Tashkent, Uzbekistan in September. Who ...
U.S. World Team Member Brent Metcalf – Short Time Ep. 67
Jun 12, 2014 |
A three-time NCAA Division I All-American and two-time champion, Iowa alum Brent Metcalf was one of the most dominant forces in recent memory on the college mats. After winning the 2014 U.S. World Team Trials in Madison, Wisconsin at the beginning of June, he earned a spot on his third U.S. World Team. Metcalf defeated Jordan Oliver in two straight matches to earn the spot on the men's freestyle team at 65kg. He answers our questions and your questions in Episode 67 of the Short Time Wrestling Podcast, presented by FlipsWrestling.com Some of the questions Brent Metcalf answers in this edition of Short Time: Coming through high school, you were on some monster teams at Davison. So monster, th...
On The Mat: Dan Gable, namesake of the NWHOF Dan Gable Museum
Jun 11, 2014 |
Dan Gable, the namesake of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum in Waterloo, Iowa takes time with Kyle Klingman and goes On The Mat. Gable talks about the recent golf Dan Gable Celebrity Golf Outing in Waverly, Iowa on Friday, June 6. The tournament went along with the Glen Brand Iowa Wrestling Hall of Fame weekend. Gable talks about the struggles wrestling has faced on the Olympic level and what the sport has done to change how it's viewed worldwide and domestically. He also talks about his reaction to the IOC bringing wrestling back in the Olympic Games. On The Mat is a presentation of the NWHOF Dan Gable Museum and is produced by 1650thefan.com. On The Mat is part of the S...
ESPN Radio's Mike Golic – Short Time Ep. 66
Jun 8, 2014 |
As the co-host of one of the nation's most popular sports radio shows, Mike Golic can formulate an opinion on just about everything. The former NFL lineman has been working with Mike Greenberg on ESPN's Mike & Mike for almost 15 years. Golic wrestled and played football in college at Notre Dame. While centering on the main sports news of the day, Golic will find places to insert wrestling notes when relevant. He was recently in Waverly, Iowa for the 15th annual Dan Gable Celebrity Golf Tournament in conjunction with the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum and the Glen Brand Iowa Hall of Fame Weekend as the featured celebrity. Older brother Bob was an All-American at heavyweight ...
U.S. World Team Member Tony Ramos – Short Time Ep. 65
Jun 5, 2014 |
Tony Ramos is just months removed from winning an NCAA Division I championship at 133 pounds for the University of Iowa. The three-time All-American and two-time finalist wasn't even sure he was going to compete this season. But then while watching the U.S. Open in April, his fiancee talked him into competing. The end result was a spot on the 2014 U.S. Men's Freestyle World Team, which will compete at the World Championships in September in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Ramos talks about how he got started in wrestling, having another Iowa Hawkeye Brent Metcalf on the team with him and what he's going to have to do to prepare to be reach the podium at the World Championships. Ramos even answers YOUR...
On The Mat: D3 champion, double amputee Nick Ackerman & Iowa State four-time All
Jun 4, 2014 |
Simpson College alum Nick Ackerman made a statement about the power of wrestling and its ability to accept all comers. The 2001 NCAA Division III champion is a double amputee, losing the bottom half of both of his legs before he was two years old. Ackerman joins On The Mat hosts Kyle Klingman and Doug Van Gelder and talks about his wrestling career, what it was like wrestling with a perceived handicapped and what he's doing now with American Prosthetics & Orthotics. Ackerman is now working for the company that made his prosthetic legs growing up. He'll be playing in the Dan Gable Celebrity Golf Tournament hosted by the National Wrestling Hall of Fame's Dan Gable Museum on Friday, June 6. Tod...
Tutorial: What you need to know about podcasts and Short Time
Jun 2, 2014 |
I want to explain a little bit about what this show is, it’s format, the medium of podcasting and how you, the listener and wrestling fan, can fully grasp how much versatility there is in the platform. When I started Short Time in November of 2013, I got a lot of questions about “what is a podcast” and “I can’t listen because I don’t have an iPod.” I’ll dispel a few misconceptions and show you how ANYONE can have access to the Short Time Wrestling Podcast and it’s network of shows, which includes On The Mat, produced by 1650thefan.com in cooperation with the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum. First off, any piece of audio or video on the internet is NOT a podcast. The “POD” in...
Short Time Ep. 64: USWF President Jeff Waters & NR4W Founder Al Bevilacqua
Jun 1, 2014 |
Two individuals who have a vested interest in the growth of wrestling are Jeff Waters and Al Bevilacqua. Waters is the President of the Board for the United States Wrestling Foundation, a group aimed at generating funds to help grow wrestling at all levels. Waters talks about what the USWF was founded for, what organizations they work with and how they've helped start college wrestling programs at all levels. Find more information on the United States Wrestling Foundation at USwrestlingfoundation.com. Bevilacqua has been involved in wrestling for over six decades. He's attended 57 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships is a Hall of Fame coach from Long Island. Bevilacqua founded the Nationa...
Short Time Ep. 63: Indy 500 rookie driver & wrestler Sage Karam
May 29, 2014 |
Sage Karam has two loves -- wrestling and racing. While his senior year on the mats at traditionally tough Nazareth Area (Pa.) High School didn't go as he wanted, Karam accomplished the first goal in his dream, racing at the Indianapolis 500. The 19-year-old didn't just race at the historic Brickyard, he finished ninth. Normally not happy with a ninth-place finish, Karam was satisfied because it was his first Indy 500, a race he'd dreamed about winning since he first attended the race 11 years ago. Karam talks about what it was like to go through the qualifying process, having a makeshift senior prom in the garage at the track and what his overall experience at the Indy 500 was like. Karam h...
Short Time Ep. 62: Dan Gable Museum Executive Director Kyle Klingman
May 28, 2014 |
Kyle Klingman, the current Director of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum keeps his thumb on the pulse of wrestling. It's not just his job, but it's his passion. As subscribers to Short Time know, Kyle hosts "On The Mat" on 1650thefan.com in the Waterloo-Cedar Falls region of Iowa on Wednesdays at 5 p.m. Central. Due to Chicago Cubs baseball, which is aired on the station, there was no show on May 28. So we catch up with Kyle for a Short Time/On The Mat cooperative and talk about topics in college and international wrestling. It's a bit of a reunion, as Short Time host Jason Bryant teamed with Klingman in 2008-09 at the Wrestling 411 project. Among those topics discussed in...
Short Time Ep. 61: Fortress Investment Group's Mike Novogratz
May 26, 2014 |
Mike Novogratz, the Principal and Director of Fortress Investment Group has a lot of money. This guy's net worth is in the billions, that's with a b. But Novogratz has remained close to the sport he loves. As a state high school runner-up in Virginia, he went on to Princeton and eventually found his way into the starting lineup for the Tiger wrestling squad. But Novogratz would take his tenacity he learned from wrestling to Wall Street where he would eventually land at one of the top hedge funds in the country. A fixture on business-related television networks, Novogratz rolls with the bears and the bulls, but he's still a Tiger wrestler. Novogratz sits as the Chairman of the Board for Beat ...
Short Time Ep. 60: West Virginia head coach & Olympic silver medalist Sammie Hen
May 22, 2014 |
After spending nearly 20 years as a Division I assistant and balancing a competitive career on top of it, Sammie Henson finally became a head wrestling coach. West Virginia Athletic Director Oliver Luck named Henson the new head coach at West Virginia on May 19. Henson brings an impressive resume to Morgantown and as he says, the time was right. Henson talks about what he needs to work on with West Virginia and what it's going to be like to work with Luck. Henson also talks about other coaching positions around the country, including his former Olympic teammate Cary Kolat taking the job at Campbell. He also talks about his NCAA final win over Eric Akin, which still gets talked about 20 years...
On The Mat: U.S. Greco-Roman National Team Coach Matt Lindland
May 21, 2014 |
Kyle Klingman and Jason Bryant host a special web edition of On The Mat with new U.S. Greco-Roman National Team coach Matt Lindland. Lindland was a World and Olympic silver medalist in Greco-Roman and he talks about his plans for USA Wrestling now that he's at the helm. The original broadcast of On The Mat was not aired due to Chicago Cubs baseball. On The Mat will have Nick Ackerman in a future edition of the show.
Short Time: Olympian and 2009 World Silver Medalist Jake Herbert – Episode 59
May 18, 2014 |
One of the most colorful personalities in all of wrestling, 2009 World Silver medalist and 2012 U.S. Olympian Jake Herbert is our guest on Episode 59 of the Short Time Wrestling Podcast. As talkative as Herbert is, there's no surprise we went nearly an hour with him, talking about a variety of topics including what the right age to start kids wrestling, how he benefitted from a community-oriented high school program at North Allegheny High School and the importance of freestyle and Greco-Roman wrestling as a way to improve on folkstyle. Herbert talked about some of the battles growing up, his alleged loss to Matt Storniolo while at the lake and what wrestling can do to make college duals mat...
Short Time: 11-year old Joey Butler, founder of Wrestle in My Shoes – Episode 58
May 15, 2014 |
When Joey Butler was 10, he went to his father Joe after a wrestling tournament and asked why some kids were using the same pairs of wrestling shoes. The elder Butler explained to his son about how some kids weren't as fortunate with money to afford a pair of wrestling shoes to compete with. So Joey had an idea, donate his used wrestling shoes to kids who needed them. What started with just a few local clubs has gone national ... and even international. Wrestle In My Shoes has the support of several high profile wrestlers around the country. Short Time talks with both Joe and Joey Butler about how the program started, how many shoes the non-profit distributed the first year and the mission a...
On The Mat: U.S. National Freestyle Coach Bruce Burnett & NCAA champion Joe Gibb
May 14, 2014 |
By Kyle Klingman NWHOF Dan Gable Museum Bruce Burnett and Joe Gibbons will go “On the Mat” this Wednesday, May 14. “On the Mat" is a presentation of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum. The show can be heard live on the Internet at 1650thefan.com or locally in Northeast Iowa each Wednesday from 5:00 to 6:00 PM Central on AM 1650, The Fan. A podcast of the show is available on audio.theopenmat.com. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or comments. Burnett was recently named the new National Freestyle Coach for USA Wrestling. He will serve in this position through the 2016 Olympic Games. Gibbons was a four-time Iowa high school state wrestling champion for Waterloo Col...
Short Time: Bellator's "King Mo" Lawal – Episode 57
May 11, 2014 |
Heading into his light heavyweight tournament final in Bellator on May 17, Muhammed "King Mo" Lawal talks about how much he still enjoys wrestling. Originally from Plano, Texas, Lawal was a late bloomer in the sport, eventually becoming a three-time Division II All-American at Central Oklahoma under coach David James. Lawal used his last remaining year of eligibility in 2003 and finished third at the NCAA Division I championships for Oklahoma State. Lawal would go on to win three U.S. Open Championships and make the U.S. World Team in 2005. After leaving wrestling after finishing second at the 2008 Olympic Trials, Lawal began an MMA career. He started out in Japan and competed in a few diffe...
Short Time: Rutgers Associate Head Coach Donny Pritzlaff – Episode 56
May 9, 2014 |
Coming out of Lyndhurst, N.J., as a high school senior, Donny Pritzlaff didn't picture Rutgers as a place he'd wind up. After finishing his career as a two-time NCAA champion and four-time All-American at Wisconsin, Pritzlaff's slow road back to New Jersey was put into motion. Pritzlaff recently returned to the Garden State, hired as the Associate Head Coach at Rutgers after coaching stops at Hofstra, Wisconsin and Michigan. Pritzlaff talks about his circuitous route back to New Jersey, the plans he and the coaching staff at Rutgers have as they move into the Big Ten and what fans can expect to see on the mats in New Jersey this coming season. It's all in Episode 56 of the Short Time Wrestli...
On The Mat: Chicago Bears safety Craig Clemons & Army's Moza Fay
May 7, 2014 |
By Kyle Klingman NWHOF Dan Gable Museum Craig Clemons and Moza Fay will go “On the Mat” this Wednesday, May 7. “On the Mat" is a presentation of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum. The show can be heard live on the Internet at 1650thefan.com or locally in Northeast Iowa each Wednesday from 5:00 to 6:00 PM Central on AM 1650, The Fan. A podcast of the show is available on audio.theopenmat.com. E-mail email@example.com with any questions or comments. Clemons was a first team All-American football player for the University of Iowa in 1971. He was drafted in the first round of the 1972 NFL draft by the Chicago Bears and went onto a six-year career as a safety. Clemons will pla...
Short Time: Campbell head coach Cary Kolat – Episode 55
May 5, 2014 |
After a storied wrestling career that saw him win two NCAA Division I Championships at Lock Haven, Cary Kolat went on to make a U.S. Olympic Team and win two World medals. For the last four years, Kolat was an assistant coach at the University of North Carolina and served as the Associate Head Coach the past two years. But when the Division I head coaching jobs started opening up, Kolat decided it was time to move. But instead of going for open jobs in the Big Ten and Big 12, Kolat took the post at Campbell, a small university in Buies Creek, N.C., with very little wrestling tradition. What made Kolat pick Campbell and what plans does he and his administration have? Find out on the Episode 5...
Short Time: Eden Prairie's Scot Davis & Jim Jackson – Episode 54
May 1, 2014 |
For years, coaches Jim Jackson and Scot Davis were super competitive with one another. Davis, then coaching at Owatonna, and Jackson, at Apple Valley, led two of Minnesota's top high school wrestling programs. They went after each other with ferocity. Jackson stepped away from Apple Valley two years ago, while Davis left Minnesota for a year to coach in Kalispell, Mont. Davis returned and took the reigns at Eden Prairie High School and a year later, he added his former rival Jackson to his coaching staff. They've quickly become the odd couple of Minnesota wrestling. The Short Time Wrestling Podcast is presented by FlipsWrestling. Subscribe with iTunes, Listen on Stitcher or use RSS for podca...
Short Time: Official Rick Tucci – Episode 53
Apr 28, 2014 |
In this episode of Short Time ... ... we get an update on some of the coaching moves around the country as Campbell will soon announce 1997 World silver medalist Cary Kolat as the program's next head coach. LINK: Kolat expected to be announced as new Campbell head coach We also get an update from the recently completed Asian Senior Championships held in Astana, Kazakstan last week. There were strong showings by Iran, Japan and Kazakhstan. LINK: Asian Senior Wrestling Championships Our guest is Rick Tucci, President of the U.S. Wrestling Officials Association. Tucci has officiated dozens of World and Olympic Championships and has been an integral part of training American officials for the pa...
Short Time: Titan Mercury's Aaron Pico – Episode 52
Apr 24, 2014 |
As a 17-year-old, California high school sophomore Aaron Pico decided to forego high school competition and focus strictly on training in freestyle wrestling. Now a represented athlete and sponsored by Nike, Pico recently won his second U.S. FILA Junior National Championship by dominating the field in Las Vegas at 66kg/145.5 pounds. Pico visits Short Time to talk about his decision to train full-time, leaving high school wrestling behind, traveling the world with coach Valentin Kalika and what he expects to do on the senior level as he eyes the Olympic Games in 2016 and 2020. The Short Time Wrestling Podcast is presented by FlipsWrestling. Subscribe with iTunes, Listen on Stitcher or use RSS...
On The Mat: Arizona State's Zeke Jones & FlipsWrestling's Rocco Mansueto
Apr 23, 2014 |
By Kyle Klingman NWHOF Dan Gable Museum Zeke Jones and Rocco Mansueto will go “On the Mat” this Wednesday, April 23. “On the Mat" is a presentation of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum. The show can be heard live on the Internet at 1650thefan.com or locally in Northeast Iowa each Wednesday from 5:00 to 6:00 PM Central on AM 1650, The Fan. A podcast of the show is available on theopenmat.com. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or comments. Jones is the new head wrestling coach at Arizona State. He was a World freestyle wrestling champion in 1991. Mansueto is co-owner of Flips Wrestling. He was a three-time NCAA qualifier for Cleveland State. The Short Time Wrestli...
On The Mat: Davenport Assumption's Pete Bush
Apr 16, 2014 |
By Kyle Klingman NWHOF Dan Gable Museum Pete Bush will go “On the Mat” this Wednesday, April 16. “On the Mat" is a presentation of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum. The show can be heard live on the Internet at 1650thefan.com or locally in Northeast Iowa each Wednesday from 5:00 to 6:00 PM Central on AM 1650, The Fan. This week’s show will be 30 minutes due to a Chicago Cubs game. A podcast of the show is available on theopenmat.com. E-mail email@example.com with any questions or comments. Bush will be inducted into the Glen Brand Wrestling Hall of Fame of Iowa on June 7. He was an NCAA champion for Iowa in 1982. The Short Time Wrestling Podcast is presented by FlipsWres...
Short Time: Penn State's David Taylor – Episode 51
Apr 15, 2014 |
After finishing his Penn State wrestling career with two NCAA championships, four finals appearances and two Dan Hodge trophies, David Taylor now sets his sights on World and Olympic glory. In this edition of Short Time, Taylor talks about his journey to Penn State, what it was like working with teammate Ed Ruth, the presence of the Nittany Lion Wrestling Club as well as discussing topics about unionization and paying college athletes. Taylor also answers questions about his toughest opponents going back to high school All that and more with the Magic Man, David Taylor, on Short Time. The Short Time Wrestling Podcast is presented by FlipsWrestling. Subscribe with iTunes, Listen on Stitcher o...
Short Time: Michigan's Eric Grajales – Episode 50
Apr 11, 2014 |
In this episode of Short Time ... TheOpenMat.com's Jason Bryant talks with the enigmatic, exciting and unpredictable Eric Grajales. Grajales finished his career at Michigan finishing third at the 2014 NCAA Division I Championships at 149 pounds. The Brandon, Fla., native talks about his career, how he adapted to the Division I scene and what it was finally like to break through and become an All-American. Subscribe with iTunes, Listen on Stitcher or use RSS for podcasting program
Short Time: Arizona State's Zeke Jones – Episode 49
Apr 10, 2014 |
In this episode of Short Time ... TheOpenMat.com's Jason Bryant joins the conference call to introduce the new head wrestling coach at Arizona State, Larry "Zeke" Jones. Jones, previously the head freestyle coach for the U.S. National Team based in Colorado Springs, talks about what it'll be like getting back into college wrestling and his expectations for his new program. Subscribe with iTunes, Listen on Stitcher or use RSS for podcasting program
On The Mat: Joel Sharratt & Kerry McCoy
Apr 9, 2014 |
By Kyle Klingman NWHOF Dan Gable Museum Joel Sharratt and Kerry McCoy will go “On the Mat” this Wednesday, April 9. “On the Mat" is a presentation of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum. The show can be heard live on the Internet at 1650thefan.com or locally in Northeast Iowa each Wednesday from 5:00 to 6:00 PM Central on AM 1650, The Fan. A podcast of the show is available on theopenmat.com. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or comments. Sharratt recently accepted the position of head wrestling coach at the Navy. He was an NCAA champion for the University of Iowa in 1995. McCoy is the head wrestling coach at Maryland. He will be inducted into the National Wrestli...