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Joining us this week-

Georges St-Pierre "Rush", MMA Star from Montreal, Canada. This 26 year old Canadian is training at Greg Jackson's MMA camp in Albuquerque New Mexico. He stands only 5 ft 10 and weighs in at 170 pounds. He currently enjoys a 13-2 record. As you might guess he employs Takedowns and enjoys the ground and pound that is favored by most wrestlers. He's looking forward to a rematch with Matt Hughes.

Robbie Waller- Asst Head Coach at University of Oklahoma. We'll catch up with Robbie on the conference, The event held Sept. 7, 2007 as Generations of Sooner legends congregated in Norman to celebrate the annual wrestling alumni weekend on Friday. Coach Stan Abel, Danny Hodge, Gary Breece, Teyon Ware, Sam Hazewinkel, Michael Lightner, Dan Chaid and others.

Matt Pell- New Asst. Head Coach at CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - Virginia wrestling head coach Steve Garland has announced the hiring of Matt Pell as assistant coach. Pell comes to Virginia after an outstanding career at Missouri, where he was a two-time All-American and team captain in 2006-07 as the Tigers earned their best-ever finish (third) at the 2007 NCAA Championships. "Matt has been successful at every level in our sport," Garland said. "His accomplishments on the wrestling mat are impressive, but more importantly Matt is an intelligent, personable and hard-working guy and his passion for becoming a successful college coach is contagious."

Pell had a 121-35 career record at Mizzou. He was a four-time NCAA qualifier and earned All-America honors in 2005 at 184 pounds and 2007 at 165 pounds. In 2007, Pell took third place at the NCAA Championships and earned the Manuel Gorrarian Award after recording the most pins in the least accumulative time. Pell had four pins at the NCAA Championships as a senior, taking a combined 22:46 in those matches. He led the Tigers to the third-place trophy at the 2007 NCAA Championships, marking Missouri's first team trophy in any sport since the 1965 indoor track and field team won the national title.

Dan Wirnsberger- Head Coach for the Bucknell Bison. His all freshmen squad last year took to the mat and to the conference tearing through all they could as if to prove a point. That's exactly what they did. They also made a statement and that is the "Bison are here to stay, here to compete, here to contend". We'll catch up with Dan to find out who's returning and who will be the new blood in the room this season.

Dr. Bill Welker, a legend on the East Coast, an educator, official and coach, Bill rejoins us to discuss his book "The Wrestling Drill Book". You can find more information on Dr. Welker on

Robert Follis, Partner and coach for Matt Lindland's Team Quest Training Facility in Oregon. TQFC is largely viewed by many as one of the top hardcore MMA training facility in the world.
Top athletes like: Ed Herman, Matt Horwich who has the honor of being USA's 1st Grappling Silver Medalist, Ryan Shultz and is the home of the IFL Wolfpack now entering its 3rd year. Wrestling and Grappling reign

Sam Barber- Augustana's Head Coach of the 10-time NCAA Division III National Champion Auggies! This years schedule is loaded as always. Sam looks to continue the Auggies winning ways. Will his strength of schedule be a plus or minus for this first year coach. Having Coach Swenson as the new AD is positive for the program and for wrestling. This will be Coach Barbers first visit with us. We look forward to more.

As we get closer to the beginning of the season, our road shows and tournaments we'll honor our troops and dedicate this season of broadcasts to them and to the many service men and women who listen to this program on our affiliated web sites. Thank you to each of you for your dedication and service to your country and her people. What your doing is a difficult job. America stands taller because of you and your actions.