Show Notes:Steffi is recovering from her 3rd shoulder surgeryHer parents knew immediately that she had a different drive and determination at an early ageShe’s always looked up to her older brother and would always want to compete with and against himHer dad and uncle founded Firehouse SubsShe loved tennis more at an earlier age but…Listen to the full episode
Show Notes: Pronunciation of her name is a challenge for people all the time and she even wanted to change her name to Michelle growing up Michelle is still her “club name” so if someone asks for her name while out and she doesn’t want to give it to them she will say, Michelle Parents…Listen to the full episode
Show Notes: Ebony grew up in Washington, DC Loved watching the NFL with her family but ultimately fell in love with basketball She became a huge Michael Jordan fan and would play against the boys which motivated her to work hard so she wasn’t picked last Knew that she wanted to have a career in…Listen to the full episode
Show Notes: Proper name of gym is The Junkyard not Junkyard Fitness; only used the word fitness because it was least expensive for website rights and social media Co-founding The Junkyard with Marcus Brown and name came from former Clemson football teammate Dorian O’Daniel His time at Clemson prepared him for this next chapter in…Listen to the full episode
Show Notes: Courtney has always been into fashion and it started as a kid because his dad was into fashion Growing up as an only child, his why was to make his parents proud of him Grew up in SW Atlanta in a neighborhood of successful black people outside of making it in sports Baseball…Listen to the full episode
Show Notes: Vince will always wear his Auburn school colors with pride because it was really Auburn that shaped him Grew up in a small town (Chatom, AL) where his dad was Mayor and going to Auburn was an eye-opening experience A journalism class taught by Auburn’s Sports Information Director, David Housel would change his…Listen to the full episode
Show Notes: Grew up playing all sports and comes from a sports family so she can’t remember life without sports Sports isn’t just about the games but it’s also about the value of being on a team Soccer was her passion and wanted to play locally so family and other people that supported her could…Listen to the full episode
Show Notes: Recruiting has been a lifeblood for his career so even during the coronavirus pandemic he is still very busy Grew up in San Diego and his dad, Al Luginbill, was a college football coach so he learned the game at an early age and fell in love with sports immediately Fell in love…Listen to the full episode
Rich Take on Sports
We all know that there is a direct connection between the sports we watch and our daily lives. Learn more about how this connections affects your daily life by listening to this great podcast. Richmond asks some great questions of his guests.
Great sports conversations
Really enjoyed the conversation about what’s under the tip of the iceberg bearing the guests backgrounds
Awesome podcast! This goes deep into the mindset, strategies, and techniques that make athletes great at their sport. A lot can be learned from this show. I enjoyed episode #50 with Woody.
Great take on an old topic!
I love listening to these fresh takes on sports. It makes watching games so much more exciting when you have all of this information too. Great podcast, loved listening to it!
Great podcast about sport, people and life
Great podcast, hosted by a real sports lover and professional. Richmond is doing magic in combining fascinating interviews with great sports people and some interesting insights about life, excellence, dedication and more
My go-to sports podcast!
So... admittedly I've always had a hard time getting into sports but feel so left out in sports convos. This show puts a unique spin on sports by making sports more relevant to my daily life and now for the FIRST time ever, I can join sports convos! I wasn't expectign to like sports as much as I do now, so thanks Rich!
The BEST Take on Sports Around:)
I mainly consume sports through "30 for 30" documentaries because I LOVE a good story. That's why I love Rich's take on sports in his outstanding podcast. There is a reason we are so captivated by our favorite team and high stakes games and great sports rivals. These kinds of narratives have the power to bring people together and form lasting bonds. My brother is a recent Clemson grad and I had the pleasure of going to a game during their championship season. It's a memory my brother and I will never forget. I was so excited to hear Tim Bourret's discussion. I can't wait to glean more insight from Rich and his stellar lineup of guests!
Great Conversational Content
Rich does a great job of talking to me as if he and I were sitting down to discuss an upcoming game. Kick back, have your drink of choice, and give Rich a listen.
Good for families who love sports
I love to listen to this so that I can stay in the loop with my husband and kids who love sports.
Sports Nut? Here's your podcast!
You're either a sports nut or you're not. You know who you are – don't deny it. Now, I know you probably consume lots of sports content already, but you're going to need to make some room for this gem of a show. You can thank me later.