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Episode 101: John O'Korn, Former Michigan Wolverines QB

John O'Korn is readying himself for the NFL after spending 5 years playing quarterback in college, first with the University of Houston, and then with the Michigan Wolverines. O'Korn attended St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Florida. In his senior season, he led the team to the 2012 FHSAA 7A state title with an average of 43 points per game. Throwing for 22 touchdowns with just 4 interceptions and over 2,500 yards, he set a school record most passing yards and touchdown passes in a single...


Episode 100: Jennie Finch, USA Softball Legend

Jennie Finch is a 2-time U.S.A Olympic softball player. She won the Gold Medal in 2004 and the Silver Medal in 2008. The 7-time USA Softball world champion went to the University of Arizona, where she was a picture of pure dominance. She went 32-0 in her junior year with an ERA of 0.54, 279 strikeouts and a National Championship. For her 4-year college career, she went 119-16, with an ERA of 1.08 and 1028 strikeouts. She was named by the NCAA as the #2 greatest college softball player. In...


Episode 99: Daniel Jeremiah, NFL Network Analyst

Daniel Jeremiah is an analyst with NFL Network. He is also the co-host of the "Move the Sticks" podcast and contributes to Daniel will be a part of the NFL Network's NFL Draft coverage starting Thursday April 26 at 8pm ET. Growing up a "pk" pastor's kid to well known preacher David Jeremiah, Daniel's love of sports came from his father and continued throughout high school and college, where he played quarterback at Appalachian State. A former NFL scout with the Baltimore Ravens,...


Episode 98: Tina Cervasio - Fox 5 New York Sports Anchor/Reporter

Tina Cervasio is a 7-tie Emmy Award winning sports journalist. A 1996 graduate of the University of Maryland, Tina has worked with TNT, CBS, FOX Sports, NESN, MSG Network and now in her current role FOX 5 New York's sports anchor and reporter. On this episode of the podcast, we talk with Tina about growing up a sports fan in New Jersey, coming to faith in Christ, gaining her dream job, losing her dream job, and how faith sustained her during her husband's personal battle with cancer. For...


Episode 97: Ernie Found -- THE MIRACLE SEASON

"The Miracle Season" hits theaters Friday April 6. The movie is based on the inspiring true story of an Iowa high school girl's volleyball team that rallies together under the guidance of a tough-love coach in hope of repeating as state champions after the death of the school's star player, Caroline "Line" Found. On this episode of the podcast, we talk with Line's father, Dr. Ernie Found about how the movie came about, the family's love for sports, grieving the loss of his wife and...


Episode 96: Kirk Cousins, Minnesota Vikings Quarterback

Kirk Cousins played 6 seasons in the NFL as the quarterback for the Washington Redskins. On March 15, 2018, Cousins signed the richest contract in NFL History, agreeing to a three-year, $84 million deal with the Minnesota Vikings. Selected in the 4th round of the 2012 NFL Draft out of Michigan State, Cousins cemented himself as a top tier quarterback in 2015 with the Redskins and finished his Washington career with three straight seasons of over 4,000 passing yards, and 25+ touchdown...


Episode 95: Pat Williams, Orlando Magic Sr Vice President

Pat Williams has lived an extraordinary life. His professional sports career began back in 1962 in minor league baseball. In 1968, he started what is now a 50-year journey in the NBA. He's had stops in Philadelphia, Chicago, Atlanta, back to Philadelphia and in 1987, founded the Orlando Magic basketball club that began play in the NBA in 1989. Pat's life off the field is even more incredible. He and his wife Ruth are the parents of 19 children, including 14 adopted children and 17...


Episode 94: Scott Hamilton, USA Olympic Hall of Fame Figure Skater

Scott Hamilton is the living example that good guys can finish first! He is a New York Times bestselling author, an Olympic champion, cancer survivor, broadcaster, motivational speaker, husband, father, eternal optimist, and firm believer that the only disability in life is a bad attitude. In 1984, Scott won the Gold Medal at the Olympic winter games in Yugoslavia. In 1990, he was inducted into the United States Olympic Hall of Fame. Scott's new book is called "FINISH FIRST: Winning...


Episode 93: Jon Kitna, Former NFL QB and Pastor Bryan Loritts on Manhood

Bryan Loritts is the pastor of Abundant Life Church in Silicon Valley, California. He is the husband to Korie and the father of Quentin, Myles and Jaden. He’s written several books including his latest “Saving the Saved: How Jesus Saves Us from Try-Harder Christianity into Performance-Free Love” Jon Kitna played 15 seasons in the NFL with the Seahawks, Bengals, Lions and Cowboys. He has thrown for just under 30,000 career passing yards and 169 touchdown passes. He has coached high...


Episode 92: Andy Dalton, Cincinnati Bengals QB

Andy Dalton has been the starting quarterback for the Cincinnati Bengals since being selected by them in the 2nd round of the 2011 NFL Draft. He's a 3-time Pro Bowler and has helped lead the Bengals to four playoff appearances in his seven seasons. Andy played college football at TCU, where he was 2-time MWC Offensive Player of the Year in 2009 and 2010. Dalton is also a legend in the city of Buffalo because of his game-winning touchdown pass he threw against Baltimore, knocking out the...


Episode 91: Jake and Janie Reed

Jake Reed is a pitcher with the Minnesota Twins. He was selected in the 5th round of the 2014 MLB Draft by Minnesota. In 2017, Jake reached AAA with the Rochester Red Wings where he pitched in 24 games and had an ERA of 2.05 with 5 saves. In 2018, Jake is making a case to stick with the Twins and make his MLB debut. Janie Reed (the former Janie Takeda) is a member of Team USA's softball team and represented her country in the 2017 World Cup of Softball where the U.S. finished second to...


Episode 90: Andy Mineo and Trey Burton

Andy Mineo is a rapper from Syracuse, NY. He released his first studio album in 2013 "Heroes for Sale," which debuted at #11 on the Billboard Top 200, #4 on the Top Rap Albums chart and #2 on the Billboard Independent Albums chart. His follow-up EP, “Never Land,” was a reflection of Mineo’s growth as an artist and it hit #1 on iTunes. In 2015, he released his second full length album "Uncomfortable" and in August of 2017, he released a collaborative mixtape with Wordsplayed called "Magic...


Episode 89: Matt Deggs, Sam Houston State Baseball Coach

Matt Deggs is the head baseball coach for the Sam Houston State Bearkats in Huntsville, Texas. In 2017, the Bearkats posted a historic run to the NCAA Super Regionals and in their final game, a loss to Florida State, his postgame press conference went viral and has reached over 50 million people. Deggs, who for years was a transactional coach that only lived for himself, was addicted to alcohol and consequently destroyed a career, family and countless relationships along the way. He is...


Episode 88: Matthew Slater, New England Patriots Wide Receiver

Matthew Slater has played 10 NFL seasons since being selected in the 5th round of the 2008 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots. He is a 2-time Super Bowl champion and has been named to 7 consecutive Pro Bowls as a special teams ace with New England. Slater's father Jackie, is a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame and is one of the greatest offensive lineman in NFL history. On this episode of the podcast, we talk to Matthew about the differences in winning and losing a Super Bowl,...


Episode 87: Gigi Marvin - USA Women's Hockey Gold Medal Winner

Gigi Marvin is a member of the 2018 Gold Medal winning USA Olympic Women's Hockey team. Gigi scored a goal in the overtime shootout and helped Team USA achieve their first ever Gold Medal beating Canada 3-2 in an absolute classic. Having just returned from the Olympics, we caught up with Gigi in Washington D.C. as she's traveling with her squad on a victory tour around the U.S.A. On this episode of the podcast, Gigi shares that incredible moment of winning the Gold Medal, how God helped...


Episode 86: Brett Phillips, Milwaukee Brewers Outfielder

Brett Phillips is one of the funniest people in baseball. The 23-year-old was selected by the Houston Astros in 6th round of the 2012 MLB Draft. On July 30, 2015, he was traded from Houston to Milwaukee as part of a 6 player deal that included Carlos Gomez, among other prospects. Phillips made his MLB debut on June 5, 2017 for the Brewers in a game against the San Francisco Giants. Away from the field, Phillips has maybe the craziest laugh you'll ever hear. On this episode of the...


BONUS EPISODE: Matt Forte joins us to announce his retirement from the NFL

After playing 10 seasons in the NFL, running back Matt Forte has announced his retirement from professional football. On this bonus episode of the podcast, Matt shares exclusively with Sports Spectrum why he decided to retire, the role his faith in Christ played in his decision, his favorite memory as an NFL player, his love for the Chicago Bears fans and why preaching the Gospel and making disciples is his number one priority in retirement. For more, log on to


Episode 85: Torrey Smith, Stefen Wisniewski, Trey Burton, Jordan Hicks, Chris Maragos - 2017 Philadelphia Eagles

2017 was the greatest season in the history of the Philadelphia Eagles franchise as they won their first ever Super Bowl. On the field, the Eagles dealt with a ton of adversity overcoming injuries to key players including their starting QB Carson Wentz. Off the field though, a spiritual awakening took place and started to take shape this year. On this episode of the podcast, we talk to 5 members of that Super Bowl winning team, WR Torrey Smith, TE Trey Burton, OL Stefen Wisniewski, LB...


Episode 84: Greg Tonagel, Indiana Wesleyan Men's Basketball Coach

Greg Tonagel begins his 13th season at the helm of the Indiana Wesleyan University men’s basketball team in 2017-18. Tonagel and the Wildcats reached the summit in 2014 and 2016 as the program won two NAIA Division II national championships in three years. Indiana Wesleyan won the 2014 red banner in unprecedented fashion as they became the first team to win all five of their games at the national tournament by double digit. In 2016, Indiana Wesleyan defeated the top two seeds in the...


Episode 83: Daniel and Bree Schlereth (Baseball and Faith)

Daniel Schlereth is the son of former Super Bowl champion and NFL analyst Mark Schlereth. The former MLB pitcher with the Tigers and Diamondbacks was selected in the first round of the 2008 MLB Draft by Arizona and made his major league debut against the Atlanta Braves on May 29, 2009. He was traded in 2010 to the Tigers and was a member of the Detroit club that made it all the way to the World Series in 2012. In college at the University of Arizona, Schlereth played 3 seasons for the...


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