We’re going to have a great show this coming Wednesday, August 10th. First up I’ll be talking with LA Times High School Sports Columnist Eric Sondheimer. Eric has been a guest on Kidz “n” Sports in the past. He is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to our young players. Click here to see some of Eric’s articles in the L.A. Times.
During the 2nd half of the show, I’ll be talking with UMass-Lowell Assistant Softball Coach Bill Vasko. Bill has served both as head and assistant coaches in the college ranks and was also involved with the National Fastpitch Coaches Association Division II Recruiting Committee, serving as the NCAA Division II chairperson in 2010-11. Bill is also the founder of Coachbook, a networking site for coaches. Click here to see Bill’s bio on the UMass-Lowell web site.
One of the topics that will come up this Wednesday is collegiate recruiting and it’s impact on youth sports.
So set your radio dial….er…your computer, to Adrenaline Radio every Wednesday at 9 AM PST. Can’t catch the live show, then check back here at www.kidznsports.com for the podcasts, which should be up the day after the live show.
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Join me this week with my guests on Kidz “n” Sports at 10 AM Pacific time on www.IrantRadio.com. In studio will be former Hope International University athletic director Greg Pappas and Heybucket founder and sports dad John Cookson.
We will be discussing the recruiting of 7th and 8th graders by college coaches. Is it too young? Is it a good thing or could it hurt youth sports? Join us tomorrow. If you’d like more details sign up for my weekly newsletter. I’ll be sending it out today and I’ll have some more details of the background of this discussion. Don’t miss it.
Kidz n Sports returns to the web today at 10 AM Pacific time. I will be joined in studio by my newest sponsor, Earl Singer of The Sporting Good.
We will be setting up the upcoming shows for the most part today. I have a number of interesting rules from the NCAA recruiting regulations that I’m going to mention. And we will be talking about the two high school boys in Texas who leveled the ref from behind. Do you think they should be banned for life from football? Since they are seniors (so I heard) how much “football” life do they have left? Should the ref press charges? What else? You’ll have to tune in to find out. If you can’t catch the life show at www.irantradio.com, then please come back to catch the podcast.