Show Notes:Ovie has probably had upwards of 100 concussions in his career but did not qualify for the NFL concussion settlementBelieves that there are pros and cons to the game of football and focuses on the prosWould allow his kids to play but not full contact football until the 9th gradeLoved the warrior mentality from…Listen to the full episode
Show Notes: Dad played NFL & college football and served as an assistant coach with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers under Tony Dungy His dad went missing before a game in 2000 vs the Atlanta Falcons because of a drug addiction Quincy played at Morehouse College but always wanted to be a head coach of an…Listen to the full episode
Show Notes: His discipline can be traced back to his parents growing up in St. Augustine, FL Saw first hand from friends that did make it by listening to wise counsel and ones that didn’t because they didn’t listen to wise counsel Loved basketball early because his dad played basketball at FAMU and had a…Listen to the full episode
Show Notes: Currently changing his lifestyle of eating and exercise because of his obesity which he knew would eventually kill him Listened to the book “Can’t Hurt Me” by David Goggins which motivated him to start changing his health Grew up on the streets of Brooklyn, NY and basketball was his first love in sports…Listen to the full episode
Show Notes: Parents came to America from Liberia and Rennie’s mom went to Emory University Going back to Liberia as an adult was very powerful and has much more appreciation for everything in life His goal is to build a state-of-the-art training facility for sports and education in Liberia Starting playing football for the Brookwood…Listen to the full episode
Show Notes: Wants to help improve the lives of others and believes in being a servant leader Support from his family has been very important to him Growing up never had a relationship with former Atlanta Falcons star Jesse Tuggle but does now Found wrestling after he didn’t make the 8th-grade basketball team and would become…Listen to the full episode
Show Notes: Does not refer to himself as the “Voice of the Tigers” as he believes that Jim Philips will always be the “Voice” Don’s college roommate Mike Gore got him into broadcasting at Appalachian St. University His Dad was born in Atlanta and was a Presbyterian minister and worked in a radio ministry and…Listen to the full episode
Show Notes: Transition is very tough because he has been defined by football even though he didn’t want to be defined by football Finding peace in life though now that football is over knowing that it wasn’t in God’s plan for him Soccer was the first sport he remembers playing because his dad loved soccer…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.