He’s one of the most success high school football coaches in the state. But Coldwater’s Chip Otten knows what it’s like on the other side too. He talks about the mostly ups and downs of his career with Mike Hartsock in this week’s Stay Right There podcast.
Whether or not you are a fan of instant replay in the NFL…you won’t want to miss the latest “Stay Right There” podcast. Kettering Native Bill Ellis is one of the guys in the booth that figures those calls out. He joins Mike Hartsock on this week’s show.
It’s called Banned From Baseball…the premiere of a new play about Pete Rose will happen right here in Dayton this week. Mike Hartsock talks to the writer, the director, and the actor who plays Pete Rose in this week’s “Stay Right There” podcast.
He’s one of the best athletes to ever come out of the city of Dayton. Former Roth, Ohio State, and 13-year NFL pro Keith Byars is in the spotlight in this week’s “Stay Right There” podcast with Mike Hartsock.
She’s a woman in a man’s world, but that hasn’t stopped Hanna Keller from making a name for herself as an official for high school sports events. The Wright State graduate joins Mike Hartsock in this week’s “Stay Right There” podcast.
He was a guy who never planned to coach high school football, but Jeff Graham now has a state championship on his resume’…along with 11 seasons in the NFL. The Trotwood head coach joins Mike Hartsock on this week’s edition of “Stay Right There.”
Coming off a season to forget, Anthony Grant wants his players to remember what’s important in the game. The Flyers head coach talks about the 2018-2019 edition, and what he looks for on the recruiting trail this week on the “Stay Right There” podcast.
Zach Veach knows his way around the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, but there’s a lot more to the 23 year old than putting the pedal to the metal. Veach jumps into the spotlight in our “Stay Right There” podcast this week.
Watching is never fun for any athlete and Flyers forward Ryan Mikesell is no exception. The pride of St. Henry is back on the court after sitting out all last season following surgery. He sat down with Mike Hartsock in this week’s “Stay Right There” podcast.
Chris Roark is no stranger to the spotlight….a former star runningback at Alter high school he was a walk-on at Ohio State for 3 seasons and now he’s chasing a different dream. This week’s edition of Stay Right There goes Hollywood.
Tom Nichols will admit he’s always talked a better game than he plays and that’s good news for Dayton baseball fans. The “Voice of the Dragons” gives us the inside story on minor league baseball in this week’s “Stay Right There” podcast with Mike Hartsock.
The soon-to-be 30-year old Chris Wright insists there is still plenty left in the tank as he continues to chase his NBA dream. The former Dayton Flyer talks about that and more in this week’s edition of the “Stay Right There” podcast with Mike Hartsock.
He has 22 years in the ring and over 3,000 matches. Bellbrook native Cody Hawk has made a career out of being a professional wrestler, a job where the spotlight doesn’t always shine that bright. It does this week as Hawk is the focus of this week’s “Stay Right There” podcast with Mike Hartsock.
It’s race week over at the Brickyard. The Indy 500 rolls out Sunday afternoon and this week on Stay Right There, Mike Hartsock sits down with Indy car rookie Robert Wickens. The 28 year old Canadian has had an interesting month of May at Indy. He talks about his first Indy 500 and growing up behind the wheel of a race car.
Three seasons in the same city is never good if you’re a minor league baseball player. Dragons outfielder Narciso Crook put Fifth Third Field in his rear view mirror last week, but not before he sat down with Mike Hartsock in the latest installment of the “Stay Right There” podcast.
In sports it’s often a “what have you done for me lately” mentality. Wright State made it to the NCAA Tournament in March and now the expectations grow for next season. Mike Hartsock sits down with Raiders head coach Scott Nagy in this week’s edition of Stay Right There.