MVP Podcast: Wayne, Eaton, Dunbar and Colerain swing by

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MVP Podcast: Statewide sports talk

This week is another great example of how good The MVP Podcast can be
when all of  the cards fall right for the staff during the week. So…expect nothing but the best from your friends at the MVP Podcast this
week as we aim to knock your socks off this time around.


This week is another great example of how good The MVP Podcast can be
when all of  the cards fall right for the staff during the week.
So…expect nothing but the best from your friends at the MVP Podcast
this
week as we aim to knock your socks off this time around.

Our game of the week is Colerain versus Ryle High School of Union, Kentucky.

Last week, Colerain moved into the JJ Huddle/Muscle Milk Power Poll
based on a convincing win over the three-time AA Florida state champions
at Cocoa High School. In doing so they snapped Cocoa’s 38-game winning
streak.

They haven’t lost at the Cage since 1999.

For their part, Ryle brings back most of the key players from a team
that was one game away from winning it all in the big school division in Kentucky last fall.

Tim Langevin will be on hand to give us the pregame lowdown.

Also on hand will be head coach Jay 
Minton of the Wayne Warriors
and we will discuss
rebounding from a tough loss in the state final last year to Cleveland
St. Edwards as well  as the excitement of building anew, the future of Braxton Miller, scheduling in a crazy Division I world, and what it is like to be
trailing the Beavercreek Beavers
in the GWOC-Central.

As always, he is among our most outstanding interviewees. A good man
and a great coach he always answers
our questions straight up.

We like that.

Next up for the Warriors? How about Canton McKinley?

OMG.

Guest number three is James
Lacking the head coach of an enigmatic Dayton Dunbar

squad.

Dunbar finds themselves in a potentially wild race to secure playoff spots in a way too
competitive D-III, region 12. We talk about that, life in the Dayton
City league, their possibly overly ambitious schedule, Roger Williamson,
and much more.

Next up for the Wolverines? How about a  highly-talented
Trotwood-Madison squad looking for neighborhood bragging rights?

You’ve come to expect more than that from your weekly podcast and–as
always–we are aware of your needs, so we bring you one Ron Neanen, head football coach at Eaton High School
for your listening entertainment.

Eaton, too, is a member of D-III region 12 and they are painfully
aware that they have little in terms of a margin of error this season if
they aspire to playoff status.

Next up for Eaton? How about St. Henry and Waynesville.

We’ll talk about this and more, all here at the MVP podcast… brought
to you for free from your friends
at JJ Huddle.com and Miami Valley Sports Magazine.

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