The Man Cave Episode 10
December 10, 2014
Hosted by JD Harris
-Packer talk. How good is Aaron Rogers?
-Chicago Bears whats next for them?
-What games stood out this week?
-RGIII-what's going on with him?
-Manziel-Is the team really messing with him?
*What has the league turned into?
-The Burning of the jerseys. Is that bad?
-Why so much pressure on Qb’s to produce?
-NCAA play offs
-“Houston We Have A Problem”
-This week picks
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Welcome to the Man Cave, where you come to get the scoop and the gossip on all sports, technology and entertainment. The "Man Cave" is the sports sanctuary. You come and do as you please! Come speak your mind without being judged for your opinion. We take current events, sports, technology, entertainment and we mash them into an hour of laughs and relaxation. Leave your feelings at the door. Come hear the inside scoop from former players, execs, and even coaches. Spill ya drink and even leave your trash overnight. Who cares? It's the "Man Cave!" Make sure to check in every Wednesday at 3 PM Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica Sports Channel.
Coach JD Harris is the founder of Hi-Intensity Sports Concepts. Harris has worked with athletes around the world. Harris currently trains several football players across the country, consults for several football teams, and holds speed and agility trainings for other sports such as baseball, basketball, UFC, and softball.
Mr. Harris served as Offensive Coordinator and QB, and WR coach at Trinity International University. While at TIU, Mr. Harris was part of an Offense that was ranked 4th in the Nation. TIU also ended a play-off drought.
Additionally, he has worked in front office roles with the NFL. Mr. Harris spent 4 years with the Chicago Bears, and was part of the staff that drafted Olin Kruetz, Brian Urlacher, Roosevelt Colvin and Mike Brown. He also spent time with the Cleveland Browns and Indianapolis Colts.
Harris is the former Co-Host of Outside The Spotlight on VoiceAmerica, with Northwestern’s former Heisman Candidate, Darnell Autry. Harris and Autry covered a variety subjects on sports and entertainment. They were even part of a live Superbowl television broadcast in Indianapolis.
Harris is a native of Waukegan, Illinois. He attended Lake Forest College, where he also played football as a WR. He earned a B.A. in Communications and Sociology.