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Welcome to the huddle with 15-year NFL quarterback Gus Frerotte! In the huddle today, Gus spends some real quality time with Marjorie Herrera Lewis, one of the most talented sports reporters and authors of our time. Gus and Marjorie discuss her passion for sports reporting and how from the early stages of her career, she knew that she loved writing…
 
Welcome to the Huddle with 15-year NFL quarterback Gus Frerotte! You’re in for a very special treat on today’s show as Gus welcomes the “Broadway Joe” himself, legendary Joe Namath to the huddle. Gus takes Joe back to his earlier days as a young boy, then to Alabama, and onto to his remarkable career with the Jets and his year with the Rams. "Broad…
 
Welcome to Huddle Up with Gus, featuring 15-year NFL quarterback Gus Frerotte! This is a very special episode of the Huddle as Gus interviews author Annie Mathews, famed author of popular books for kids of all ages. Annie's books are renowned for a special creative inventiveness that spark the imagination in kids of all ages. Gus speaks with Annie …
 
Welcome to the huddle with 15-year NFL quarterback Gus Frerotte! On today’s show, Gus hosts a pioneer in sports broadcasting, Keith Hirshland who as a sports television producer with more than three decades of experience snagged himself an Emmy Award for his unique presentations of professional golf. In fact, he produced shows that aired on ESPN an…
 
Welcome to Huddle Up with Gus, with 15-year NFL quarterback Gus Frerotte! On today’s show, a very special treat as Gus meets up with one of the most powerful women ever to hold a front office job in the NFL, Amy Trask. Amy is an American sports executive, author, and lawyer, currently living in California. She is the former CEO of the Oakland Raide…
 
Welcome to Huddle Up with Gus, with 15 year NFL quarterback Gus Frerotte! You’re in for a real treat as Gus interviews “The Voice of the Patriots,” Bob Socci who gives his firsthand account of what life is like as the main play-by-play announcer for one of the NFL’s powerhouse teams. Gus digs down into what life was like for Bob growing up, what mo…
 
Welcome to Huddle Up with Gus, featuring 15-year NFL quarterback Gus Frerotte! You’re in for a very special treat today as Gus interviews the hugely famous Mark Bryan of Hootie and the Blowfish. Who’d ever think that Mark is a bit Washington Football Team fan and is from the Washington, DC area! Gus and Mark talk about the early days of Hootie and …
 
Welcome to Huddle Up with Gus, with 15 year NFL quarterback Gus Frerotte. As the United States is in full swing at the Tokyo Olympics, Gus is pleased to reprise his interview with Paralympic athlete Melissa Stockwell. Melissa is an amazing athlete, triathlete, swimmer and former U.S. Army officer. Stockwell is a co-founder of the Chicago-based Dare…
 
Welcome to the very best of Huddle Up with Gus! You’re in for a very special treat as we revisit Gus’ discussion with the great Matthew McConaughey about his love of football, how he became a Washington Football Team fan, what life was like growing up and how he juggles being a busy Hollywood icon and cheering on his favorite team in burgundy and g…
 
Welcome to Huddle Up with Gus, with 15 year NFL quarterback Gus Frerotte! On today’s show Gus welcomes former professional baseball player Brett Lorin to discuss his love of all things sports and especially baseball. Brett shares with us what brought him to baseball, how he became disciplined enough to make it to the professional diamond and what l…
 
Welcome to Huddle Up with Gus with 15-year NFL quarterback Gus Frerotte! On today’s show, it’s a full hour with one of footballs nicest guys off the field, yet when on the field, was able to do serious damage to running backs skeletal structures. We are speaking of course of George Teague, who played with the Packers, Cowboys, and Miami and broke r…
 
Welcome to the Gus Frerotte Show with 15-year quarterback Gus Frerotte, who interviews the greatest sports figures, journalists, and supporters with compelling and often humorous discussions. To celebrate the 4th of July weekend, Gus is presenting a double-feature of interviews with two prominent sportswriters. First up is Andy Martino, a longtime …
 
Joining the Huddle this week is Duff Goldman. Duff is a chef and artist known for his dazzling, creative approach to food and his fantastic stories describing the simple science of baking. Duff starred on the hit Food Network show Ace of Cakes, set in his bakery, Charm City Cakes. He now has cake studios in Baltimore and Los Angeles. You can watch …
 
Joining the Huddle this week is NFL Qb Drew Bledsoe. The First pick in the 1993 draft. Drew helped improve the fortunes of the Patriots, who had fallen on hard times. During his tenure as starting quarterback, the Patriots ended a seven-year postseason drought, qualified for the playoffs four times, and made one Super Bowl appearance. He also made …
 
This week on Huddle Up with Gus is the President of Joe Gibbs Racing, Dave Alpern. Dave grew up in Northern Virginia and went to Oakton HS. When Joe Gibbs came to Washington to coach, Dave became friends with Joe's son JD. Dave attended George Mason University and would go to many Redskin games and become very close to the Gibbs family. Dave starte…
 
This week's guest on Huddle Up with Gus is former professional soccer goalkeeper Jesse Bradley. He shares the journey that led to the end of his soccer career and his transition to becoming a pastor. Jesse is from Minneapolis and is a Vikings fan at heart--SHHH don't tell that to any Seattle fans. Jesse said his love of sports at an early age."At a…
 
This week, joining me in the Huddle is Greg Nared. He holds the position of SVP Player Relations for the Dallas Mavericks and offers more than 25 years of experience in sales, athlete management, client relations and sports marketing. His primary focus is to provide strategic direction for youth basketball, community, player relations, and Mavs Ent…
 
Joining me in the Huddle this week is my longtime friend and teammate, Ken Harvey! Ken is a fantastic person and I thoroughly enjoyed our conversation. He grew up in Austin, Texas. Shortly after attending U. C. Berkeley, he was drafted in the first round, 12th overall, of the 1988 NFL draft by the Arizona Cardinals. There he played six seasons unti…
 
Joining me in the Huddle this week is 5-time NBA Champion Bill Cartwright. Bill was drafted by the Knicks and then traded to the Chicago Bulls and finished his career with the Seattle Supersonics. He attended Elk Grove High School in Elk Grove, California and played college basketball at the University of San Francisco. Check out his Bio by the NBA…
 
Joining me in the Huddle this week is Kendra Stabler Moyes. She is the daughter of Hall of Fame QB, Ken "The Snake" Stabler. We talk about what life was like growing up with a dad who was such a larger-than-life personality and player. Marnie Schneider Joins us as my Co-host and Kendra's friend. They talk about their relationship and the ties they …
 
Joining me in the Huddle is the President of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, Bob Kendrick. Bob is the man to listen to if you love baseball and its history. Bob's appointment in 2011 marked a celebrated return to the NLBM. The NLBM is the world's only museum dedicated to preserving and celebrating the rich history of African-American baseball an…
 
Joining me in the Huddle this week is Leigh Anne Tuohy. Leigh Anne is the inspirational matriarch of the Tuohy family. While studying at the University of Mississippi, better known as Ole Miss, Leigh Anne met Sean Tuohy, her husband. Both were active and ambitious college students: Leigh Anne was a cheerleader, campus favorite, and an active member…
 
Joining me in the Huddle this week is professional golfer Taylor Funk. Taylor talks to me about traveling on the PGA Tour with his family, his dad is professional golfer Fred Funk. Taylor also talks about how his mom and his journey homeschooled him through high school and college at The University of Texas. Taylor explains how his favorite part so…
 
Joining me in the Huddle this week is Senior Baseball Writer at The Athletic, author of THE INSIDE GAME: Bad Calls, Strange Moves, and What Baseball Behavior Teaches Us About Ourselves, Keith Law. We discuss his childhood and how and why he fell in love with baseball. Keith is a numbers guy, and he thought his life would be in the world of business…
 
Joining me in the Huddle this week is Will Blackmon. He played for several teams in the NFL like I did but had a plan for his transition after the league. Blackmon attended Bishop Hendricken HS in Rhode Island. At Hendricken, Blackmon earned 2001 All-America first-team honors from USA Today, ESPN.com, SuperPrep and PrepStar as a senior. He was name…
 
Joining me in the huddle this week is the Duo of Steve Buckhantz and Phil Chenier. They have recently started reliving some of the good ol' days on a new podcast they started. On the Road with Buck and Phil is a relaxing trip down memory lane. I would encourage any longtime fan to check it out! Phil and Steve talk to me about growing up and how the…
 
Joining me in this Huddle this week is one of the greatest, if not the greatest, running backs of all-time, Emmitt Smith. We talk about growing up in Florida, humbling experiences in high school, why he chose the University of Florida over Auburn and his accomplishments in the NFL, and his transition to real estate and business. This was an amazing…
 
Joining me in the Huddle this week is the Co-Host of Pardon the Interruption on ESPN, Michael Wilbon. We talk about growing up in Chicago and perfecting his craft on the family couch, his time spent at Northwestern, and how he landed an internship at The Washington Post. Michael's love for Chicago sports still runs deep in his veins, but DC is a cl…
 
Joining me in the Huddle this week is one of my closest friends, Dr. Thom Mayer. Our story goes way back to the early days of my Pro career in Washington D.C. Thom tells how we met at Redskins park and how that day created our longtime friendship. Thom has also been the Medical Director for the NFL Players Association since 2001. He became director…
 
My teammate joins this week in the Huddle. Ricky Williams is a gentle soul that was misunderstood by many for years in the NFL. After winning the Heisman and every other award while at the University of Texas, the expectations placed on him were unrealistic for many, but not Ricky. He expected to be great, and talking with him about his journey was…
 
Joining me this week is one of the freshest guys on the radio. Zach Gelb is a rising star in Sports radio, and you can find him every weekday on CBS Sports Radio from 6-10 pm EST. Yes, he beat me in our NFL picks this year, and I owe him a Fat Head of myself, but I am still waiting on my steak. Zach's dad Bob has been in the radio business for a lo…
 
Joining me in the Huddle this week is Michele Tafoya. Since 2011, she has been a reporter for NBC Sports, primarily as a sideline reporter for NBC Sunday Night Football. We find out that her love for sports came from the passion her dad had for sports, a die-hard San Francisco 49ers fan. Her father Orlando Tafoya grew up in San Francisco and attend…
 
Professional golfer, Fred Funk joins me in the Huddle this week. I talk to Fred about his time growing up in Maryland and how working at the University of Maryland golf course starting at age 10. He was a multi-sport athlete growing up but golf eventually became his passion. He attended the University of Maryland, studied Law Enforcement and was on…
 
Joining me in the Huddle this week is an amazing woman, mother, player and coach. Playing hoops on the rough-and-tumble Harlem courts, Brooklyn-bred Nancy Lieberman learned to play a physical, aggressive style of basketball unlike other women of her time. As a 5'10" point guard, Lieberman was taller than many of the guards of her era, and her abili…
 
Joining us in the Huddle this week is Rudy Martzke. People may not have heard of Rudy unless you were a color commentator or play-by-play announcer for any major professional sport. Rudy had a long career with USA Today as their Sports Media Columnist and it was said that Martzke’s assessment of image-conscious networks could result in upgrades or …
 
Joining us in the Huddle this week is American University Law professor, Jeremi Duru. His journey through life has been influenced by sports and the pursuit of racial equality. Moving from Africa back to the states at age 7, Jeremi realized how sports helped him connect with all the new kids in his school. He also realized his passion to stop racia…
 
Joining me in the Huddle this week is my former teammate and friend, Matt Birk. He played center and was a Super Bowl Champion with the Baltimore Ravens, a 6-time Pro Bowler and Walter Payton Man of the Year. He had an incredible NFL career and continues his endeavors off the field with his company, https://www.mattbirkandcompany.com Join me in the…
 
In this week's episode of Huddle Up With Gus, I give way to my sons Gunnar and Gabe. The boys give us their views on future NFL QB's, playoff predictions, and betting on the NFL. They know the game as well as anyone and love talking shop with anyone who will listen. Gunnar will always listen to you and have a great discussion and Gabe will just rip…
 
Joining me in the Huddle this week is Top 100 golf instructor Debbie Doniger. Debbie picked up her first set of clubs at the age of seven in Greenwich, Connecticut and became a dedicated student of renowned golf instructor Jim McLean, who has been her mentor for more than 20 years. As a junior and amateur, Debbie won every New York Metropolitan tou…
 
This was an awesome episode. Matt Kazam joins me in the Huddle this week and it is one of the best times I have had on the show. The hour went by way too fast! I think we needed 3 to discuss everything! You got to check out Matt's website, https://theylaughyouwin.com. Matt is bringing laughter back to the workplace. The revolutionary public speakin…
 
This week my guest, Doug Cosbie and I go old school and talk philosophy and mentality of football from the 70s and 80s. He was an all pro TE with the Cowboys and went onto be a coach at many different levels. One story that we heard from Doug epitomizes his philosophy of football. Doug says you got to be stubborn. You have to work hard in life and …
 
Joining me in the huddle this week is former Super Bowl Champion, Eric Davis and NFL Network Executive Marc Watts. Eric Davis was a pivotal player in the 1994 NFC Championship game versus the Cowboys when he made two key plays early in the game. These plays helped the 49ers beat the previous two-time champion Cowboys to advance to the Super bowl. T…
 
When I played for The Washington Football Team (Redskins), I used to see Matthew every once in a while at games or our team facility. He was a big fan of the Redskins and we were a big fan of his too. I was excited to find out that he agreed to join me in the Huddle to talk about our past and his new book, Greenlights! I listened to Greenlights bec…
 
Who would have thought that a guy from Jersey would grow up a Dolphins fan. Well my guest this week, Jim Florentine tells us why he is a Dolphins fan and the time he caught passes from Dan Marino. He has written a new book and is looking forward to getting back on the road doing StandUp!.For nearly 25 years Jim Florentine has been making audiences …
 
Joining me in the huddle this week is former Nfl defensive back Solomon Wilcots. You may know him from television and radio but he played for six years in the NFL and always had a plan to be successful. My favorite story of the podcast, he tells me of his dream to play basketball but how the High School basketball coach would not let him in the gym…
 
Joining me in the Huddle this week is author, Jeff Benedict. He talks about all of his books that he has written but we spend the most time on his latest book about the New England Patriots and the Dynasty they created. Growing up in the North East you think his team would be the Giants or Jets or Patriots but he fell in love with the Miami Dolphin…
 
Super Bowl winning-head coach, Dick Vermeil joins myself and Marnie in the huddle to discuss his championship winning ways. An honest man who is not afraid to be himself. Marnie's Grandfather hired Coach Vermeil to change the culture in Philadelphia. He helped the Eagles reach new heights and still lives near Philadelphia to this day. https://pro-f…
 
Former WNBA and Olympic Champion Kara Lawson was named Duke University’s fifth head women’s basketball coach July 11, 2020. She joins us in the Huddle this week to discuss her journey. Lawson, a 2003 Tennessee graduate, brings her decorated basketball career, both on and off the court, to the Blue Devils after spending last season as an assistant c…
 
Nate Boyer is what many would deem a renaissance man. The Army Green Beret is also a philanthropist, humanitarian, and former football player for the Texas Longhorns (despite never playing a down of organized football prior to the Special Forces), and later for the Seattle Seahawks becoming the oldest rookie in NFL history at age 34. Being a member…
 
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