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Trout Owns Texas, Savin' Shane Greene, and Problems in Pittsburgh + Prospect Countdown 50-41
Were back to talk about Mike Trout's mindboggling series against the Rangers, Shane Greene and the Tigers mowing people down, and our take on the fight in Pittsburgh! Kris Willis from Talkin' Chop joins us to talk the Ronald Acuna (sorry dont know how to make it a tilde) and at the end Dave and I count down the Number 50-41 Prospects on MLBs top 100 list with an insider from each team giving us the information! Become a supporter of this podcast: https://anchor.fm/paintingcorners/support
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Paul previews the CFP final with Laura Rutledge and Gene CHizik.
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082: AFL & NFL Football All-Star Ron McDole
In a nearly 20-year playing career across the 1960s American Football League and 1970s NFL, defensive end Ron McDole (The Dancing Bear: My Eighteen Years in the Trenches of the AFL and NFL) experienced pro footballâ€™s modern-day coming-of-age from inside his old-school, two-bar helmet.Â From 1961-1978, McDole played in over 250 professional games, including championship runs with the AFL Buffalo Bills (1964, 1965) and a Super Bowl appearance with the NFL Washington Redskins in 1972. A cagey and deceptively agile athlete, McDole wreaked havoc on footballâ€™s best offenses as part of a Bills defensive line (including left tackle Jim Dunaway, right tackle Tom Sestak, and right end Tom Day) that held opponents without a rushing touchdown for 17 straight games across 1964-65. His twelve career interceptions remain a pro record for defensive linemen. Traded by the Bills in 1970, he was given new life in Washington as one of the most famous members of George Allen s game-smart veterans known as the â€œOver the Hill Gang.â€ Â Through it all, McDole was known and loved by teammates and foes alike for his knowledge and skill on the field and his ability to have fun off it. In this revealing conversation with host Tim Hanlon, McDole describes: the unique camaraderie of playing in small-market Buffalo and in the upstart AFL; the reality of needing off-season jobs to pay the bills and make ends meet; the continual magnanimity of Billsâ€™ owner Ralph Wilson; and (at 45:00) the price he and many of his fellow players are now paying health-wise for playing the game they loved, with very little acknowledgement or support from the NFL. Check out our new sponsors 503 Sports â€“ and our continuing friends: OldSchoolShirts.com, SportsHistoryCollectibles.com, Audible, and MyBookie!