Moment of Kluth

Moment of Kluth

What is your truth? Meghan Kluth sits down one-on-one with athletes, media, and celebrities asking for their truth.

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March 9, 2021 37 min

ESPN personality, former pro football player, and Notre Dame Alum, Mike Golic Jr talks about following in his dad's shoes, and the pressure to live up to the Golic name. He shares what the grocery bill was like in their household as a child, what he's been up to in quarantine, and his travel plans for post-pandemic.

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Olympic Gold Medalist and World Record Holder Cullen Jones shares his training secrets. On this episode, Cullen and Meghan talk about the method behind Cullen's success, making swimming a more inclusive sport, and the impact Covid-19 has had on swim safety.

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Right Wing for the Tampa Bay Lightening, Alex Killorn shares stories from the Stanley Cup Celebration and inside the NHL bubble

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The Rowdy Gaines story is a tale of perseverance. The 3 X Olympic gold medalist shares with Meghan that he was cut from five other sports before finding his lane in the sport of swimming.

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Dr. Jen Welter is famously known as the first woman to coach in the NFL. She played at the running back position in a men's league until being asked to coach for the Arizona Cardinals in 2015. In this episode she talks about embracing the challenge of breaking down gender barriers, and what's left to be done for women in the male dominated world of football.

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Rams insider, founder and creator of the LA Football Network and LA Football podcast, Ryan Dyrud breaks down week one Rams vs. Cowboys. In this episode he also previews week two against the Eagles with Meghan.

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Chris Van Vliet is a 4-time Emmy Award winning TV Host, YouTuber, Podcaster and speaker. In this episode he shares with Meghan his own personal journey of making a name for himself in the broadcast world, the not so glamorous sides of the entertainment business he's experienced, and how to fake it till you make it.

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Ryan Nyquist, 4 time X Games gold medalist, 3 time BMX World Champion, and Team USA BMX Freestyle's Olympic Coach shares how he got started, a bet he made with his parents to not do back flips, and the lessons he's learned from the ride called life.

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Two sport star, Charlie Ward won the 1993 Heisman after leading the FSU Seminoles to the National Championship and then went on to play point guard for the New York Knicks. In this episode he tells Meghan how the quarterback position has changed over the last 30 years, if he would've been drafted as a top 5 NFL draft pick today, why he chose basketball over football, and shares his thoughts on what comes next for the NBA and so...

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Jacob Ullman, Senior Vice President of Production and Talent Development at Fox Sports shares his insights on the sports broadcast industry and the future of working in sports post-pandemic.

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Now in his 16th season in the NFL, Robbie Gould shares with Meghan what legacy he hopes to leave, the mindset of the 49ers coming off a Super Bowl loss in to this season, his thoughts on the NFL’s Coronavirus safety protocol, and how quarantine helped him grow as a father and a kicker.  

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Baltimore Ravens' Miles Boykin is set to have a breakout season his second year in the league. He talks with Meghan about the NFL's Covid-19 protocol, how he plans to make an impact, and why his mom still pays for his X-Box live.

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TV and Radio personality, Laurence Holmes weighs in on what the lack of a preseason could mean for the Chicago Bears. In this episode he shares with Meghan how he got his start in the broadcast industry at the age of 19 to becoming a Bears' insider, and how Covid-19 could help secure Trubisky's position.

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Janelle Miller is the only female in management at sports and entertainment agency ISE. In this episode we talk about paving the way for women in the male dominated world of sports, while remaining authentic to who you are.

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Sydney Sadick is a fashion and entertainment correspondent, and author of new book Aim High. At just the age of 26 she's made a name for herself. In this episode Meghan and Syndey talk about taking risks while remaining authentic to yourself, embracing change and finding ways to advance your career during quarantine. 
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Meghan interviews Colorado Avalanche forward Colin Wilson on what it takes mentally and physically to be able to ramp up for a season quickly amid Covid-19, what it's like being a 3rd generation NHL'r and what effect the quarantine bubble might have on players. 
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Host of NBC's Chicago today, Cortney Hall, shares her journey in the broadcast world and how taking a leap of faith on a new career path led her to being the most authentic version of herself. 
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Meghan speaks with broadcast media veteran Gary Brown on how to stand out during the pandemic, jumping markets, and getting your foot in the door during these uncertain times. 
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Meghan talks to former NBA star Caron Butler about his own experiences with racial injustices, criminal justice reform, the NBA's return with a 22 team format, and how Kobe Bryant helped him kick his addiction to Mountain Dew. 
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