The Getdown with Hurlie Brown
Tuesday at 12 Noon Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Variety Channel
The Get Down with Coach Hurlie Brown is designed to bring fans closer to their favorite athletes and teams than ever before. Coach Brown's knowledge and experience of playing and coaching college and professional football allows him to analyze and share the true football experience. We take you inside of the minds of the athletes and coaches. We have interactive discussions between fans, players and coaches from the NFL, NBA and college sports. We talk about strategies, strengths and weaknesses of the NFL, NBA and college teams. We talk about previous and upcoming games, and also have interactive discussions on draft choices, free agency in both the NFL and NBA. We bring you up to date news on college recruiting, who's going where, and why. Our Guests include former professional and college athletes. You can get to know everything you ever wanted to know about sports from listening to the Get Down with Hurlie Brown every Tuesday at 12 Noon Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Variety.
Hurlie Brown is a former college and professional football player as well as a college and high school football coach. He played college football at the University of Miami in Florida. He was a starter for two NCAA championship teams between 1989 and 1991. In 1992 he coached in a national championship game between the University of Miami and the University of Alabama. He had some NFL stints playing with the Washington Redskins and the San Francisco 49ers. Hurlie spent four years in Canadian Football as part of the Montreal Alouettes. He also was with the Sacramento Goldminers and the San Antonio Texans.
Hurlie’s coaching career includes assistance in starting up a college football program from scratch at Florida International University. He’s also coached the Ragin’ Cajuns at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and with the University of Miami, Florida, bringing him full circle to the first team he played for. In 2016, Hurlie was a Minority Intern for the Oakland Raiders.