MVP Podcast: Thanksgiving, State Semis and one of our strongest guest lists ever


MVP Podcast: Statewide sports talk

This week we demonstrate out thankfulness
for all of the good stuff that we got to do in 2011 by bringing you one
of the most comprehensive podcasts ever aired, here, at The MVP Podcast. Dan McSurley, Tim Goodwin, Andy Olds, Maurice Douglass and more…

This week we demonstrate out thankfulness
for all of the good stuff that we got to do in 2011 by bringing you one
of the most comprehensive podcasts ever podcast, here, at The Podcast.

First, we bring you Dan McSurley,
the head football coach of Clinton-Massie High School.

This weekend, Clinton-Massey will
have their hands full with Maty Mauk and his high-flying team mates from
Kenton High School. McSurley is tied one-to-one lifetime against the
young Mauk, and this is the long-awaited rubber match.

The winner moves on to the 2011 D-IV
final next weekend in Canton.

Clinton-Massie graduated one of the
best classes in the history of the school last spring. Replacing those
players wasn’t supposed to be easy for McSurley, and yet it obviously
was, as can be attested to by their presence in the D-IV semi-final.

It should be an amazing game against

We also have Tim Goodwin, the
head coach of Marion Local High School on this week’s show.

Goodwin, the
proud owner of four OHSAA D-VI state championship trophies already, is
always up for a fifth and this weekend his Flyers face his arch rivals
from Delphos St. John’s—the defending D-VI state champions—who are
coached by Todd Schulte, for a shot at yet another final appearance.

Schulte, a repeat
victim of the Podcast, has four state titles also.

Next, we’ll treat you to some
midfield interviews with Andy Olds (the head coach of King’s High
School), and Maurice Douglas (former Chicago Bear, and the head coach of
Trotwood-Madison High School).

King’s and
Trotwood-Madison met last weekend in what can only be described as an
epic D-II regional final held at Dayton’s Welcome Stadium.

It was a great
game and it can still be seen in all of it’s technicolor glory at MVPhd,
courtesy of your friends at JJ, Miami Valley Sports
Magazine, and the MVP Podcast.

You’ll love the
interviews as well as the raucous post game atmosphere.

That’s a lot of
stuff for one podcast, but you’ve come to expect more than that from
your friends here at MVP International, so we are prepared to give you
even more.

How about Tim Langevin to talk
about last week’s MVPhd games of the week as well as the upcoming state
semi-final games between Marion Local and Delphos St. John’s, and
Springfield Shawnee versus Elida?

How about another installment of
news bites from across the state from Tubby the Intern?

How about an extensive interview
with Nate Moore, the young head coach of Minster High School?

He has been
coaching in the Midwest Athletic Conference for just two years. Even so,
he has somehow managed to get his team into the regional final in each
of those seasons. With a record like that he deserves a spot on this
week’s show—even if Minster did lost to Delphos St. John’s last weekend.

It’s an
unbelievably detailed show and it is brought to you free of charge from
your pals at JJ Huddle, Miami Valley Sports Magazine, MVPhd, and The MVP



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