The Man Cave Wednesday, February 8, 2017

February 8, 2017
Hosted by JD Harris

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The Man Cave

The Man Cave

Wednesday at 3 PM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Sports Channel

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.

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JD Harris

JD Harris

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.

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Joseph Claunch


Joseph Claunch comes to us with a wealth of experience. Claunch is a member of the Puyallup Tribe in Tacoma, Washington and a second year Ph.D. student in Sport and Exercise Psychology at University of Kansas. Joseph’s research at KU has focused on how Native American student-athletes’ and their coaches’ perceptions of the motivational climate influence their behavior and well-being. Joseph played football and graduated from Haskell Indian Nations University with bachelor’s degree in American Indian Studies. From Haskell, Joseph attended the University of Oregon and graduated with a master’s degree in Education. Since, graduating from Oregon, Joseph has been an academic coordinator of Haskell’s Upward Bound Program, an Offensive Coordinator for Haskell’s football team, and the head high school football coach on the Zuni Pueblo Indian Reservation. In Joseph’s first year at the Zuni High School the football team posted an 8-2 record, best in school history. View Guest page

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David Walter Fee



David Walter Fee (born December 15th, 1976 in Chicago, IL), is a former American rugby union footballer who played for the united states national teams (7's and 15's), where he primarily played Wing. Fee earned 28 Caps for the 15's US National Team from 2002-2005 and started all 4 games in the 2003 Rugby World Cup. Fee also played on the 7's team, competing in the 2005 7's Rugby World Cup in Hong Kong. Fee made his international debut in January of 2002, at the HSBC World Seven Series tournament in Santiago, Chile (which is now the IRB 7's). In Pool play against Brasil, he set an American record scoring 5 tries in a single game. He was also the tournament leader in tries, scoring a total of 13. The US beat Canada in the Bowl finals 32-5. Dave's early success on the 7's circuit got him attention from the 15's program. Fee earned his first 15's cap on June 29, 2002 in a World Cup qualifying match against Canada. Fee scored his first and second Tri in 15's in only his 3rd Test on August 10, 2002 in a 35-22 Eagles victory against Chile. Over the course of his career, Fee earned 28 Caps for the Eagles, scoring 9 tries which put him 2nd on the USA All Time Tri scoring list (as of 2005). Fee served double duty playing for both the 7's and 15's Eagles from 2002-2005. Fee was the Captain of the 7's team from 2004-2005. View Guest page

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Oliver Gibson



Oliver Gibson (born March 15, 1972 in Chicago, Illinois) is a retired American professional football defensive tackle in the National Football League. He was originally drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the fourth round of the 1995 NFL Draft. He played from 1995–2003 for the Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals. He played college football at the University of Notre Dame.

In 1989, Gibson was named USA Today High School Football Defensive Player of the Year.

Oliver is currently working camps and training athletes around the US. Gibson has spent several years coaching college and hs football.

Here's a recent story about Gibson: http://www.highschoolcubenews.com/2014/09/11/oliver-gibson-helping-evanston-football-team-play-former-coachs-spirit/ View Guest page

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Tyrus Goshay



Tyrus describes himself the following way "I am a Digital Creative and Instructor with over 14 years of design experience, including product development, product design and illustration for marketing and games. Serving as an educator in the industry, I have been instrumental in revising and improving several Game and Animation college curriculum. I have contributed to several award winning projects, being recognized for my achievements in the industry and academia. My Illustration style and level of detail range from cartoons to loose conceptual art to finished photo-realistic illustrations. I am also proficient in 3D modeling and 2D animation." In addition Tyrus is a Veteran of the Marines, Husband/Father of 5, and Former College Wrestler to add to his list View Guest page

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Albert Haynesworth

Albert George Haynesworth III (born June 17, 1981) is a former American football defensive tackle who played in the National Football League (NFL) for ten seasons. He played college football for the University of Tennessee. Drafted by the Tennessee Titans in the first round (15th overall) of the 2002 NFL Draft, he spent his first seven NFL seasons with the Titans. An All-Pro selection in 2007 and 2008, and considered "the most dominant defensive tackle in the league",[1] Haynesworth was a highly coveted free agent following the 2008 season. He signed a seven-year, $100 million contract with the Washington Redskins in February 2009. View Guest page

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Emory Hunt



Emory Hunt – CEO/Founder & Analyst - Former Running Back at University of Louisiana - Coached High School Football - Football Writers Association of America Member - Pro Football Writers of America Member - National Football Foundation Member - American Football Coaches Association Member - Black Coaches Association Member - Published Author - Follow Him on Twitter @FBallgameplan View Guest page

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Todd Merlin McMillon



Todd Merlin McMillon (born September 26, 1974 in Bellflower, California) is a former American football cornerback, formerly of the Chicago Bears of the NFL. He was signed originally as an undrafted free agent out of Northern Arizona University.[He also spent three years with the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the CFL.

McMillon models for such retailers as the GAP in his spare time, which has earned him the nickname "Runway" with his teammates. He also appeared on an episode of Teammates on ESPN with teammate Brian Urlacher.

In June 2013, McMillon was told by his doctor that he had prostate cancer, and stated, "When he told me I was positive for cancer, I just went numb. I thought he had the wrong test. I played in the NFL. I am super healthy. I work out all the time, so I am in really good shape. I was like, 'This can't be me. I'm only 39 and I have prostate cancer?'" In August, McMillon had his prostate removed, which had contained the disease. View Guest page

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Ernest Lee "Junior" Spivey, Jr.



Ernest Lee "Junior" Spivey, Jr. (born January 28, 1975 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma) is a former second baseman in Major League Baseball. In his five-year major league career, Spivey batted .270 with 48 home runs and 201 runs batted in in 457 games. He made the National League All-Star team in 2002. He batted and threw right-handed.

Career:

Spivey attended Cowley County College, Kansas. He was selected by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 36th round of the 1996 amateur draft and played in the major leagues for the Diamondbacks from 2001 to 2003. He was a member of the Arizona Diamondbacks team when they won the World Series in 2001, 4 games to 3, against the New York Yankees.

Spivey was traded to the Milwaukee Brewers with Craig Counsell, Lyle Overbay, Chad Moeller, Chris Capuano and Jorge de la Rosa for Richie Sexson, Shane Nance and Noochie Varner. Spivey played for the Brewers in 2004 and 2005, until he was traded on June 10, 2005, to the Washington Nationals for pitcher Tomokazu Ohka. He signed with the St. Louis Cardinals on December 23, and spent the entire 2006 season with the Triple-A Memphis Redbirds. He filed for free agency from the Cardinals after the season.

Following a stint with the Bridgeport Bluefish of the independent Atlantic League of Professional Baseball in 2007, the Boston Red Sox signed Spivey to a minor league contract and assigned him to the Pawtucket Red Sox, their triple-A affiliate. Spivey re-signed with the Red Sox in January 2008, but was released during spring training.

Spivey was signed to a minor league contract by the New York Mets on March 16, 2009. However, he was released on March 31.[1] During the 2009 season, Spivey played for the Camden Riversharks of the Atlantic League and the Tucson Toros of the Golden Baseball League.

In 2010, Junior Spivey retired from baseball. View Guest page

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Cody Wilson


Cody Wilson has been is prominent figure in the Native American Sports Community. He was a former WR/DB in the Indoor Football League. Wilson was also a former standout player and coach at Haskell University. Wilson partnered up with former Haskell graduate, Joseph Claunch, and coached Zuni HS in New Mexico. The Zuni Thunderbirds were the 1st Native HS to ever win district and make it to the State Playoffs in the New Mexico history. Wilson is presently working as a teacher and football coach for Idabel Public Schools. View Guest page

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