Scott DeCamp and Zach Zweigle do a little work behind the scenes to overrule their leader Brent Raeth in the decision to have CatchMark’s directing partner, Jeff Burel on the Pod.
On Monday, Jan 3. the fellas recorded episode 11 after a holiday break. They debate the effects of new-age social media applications, having friends as colleagues, the longevity of fantasy football as well as some college bowl games that took place over the holidays.
Reeths-Puffer Football’s new head coach hire in Cody Kater rejoins the conversation. Some speculation is made about his coaching staff for the 2022 season and the future of Rocket football.
A bit later Burel introduces a personal endeavor to the podcast. He offers up an explanation of what it’s like to be an owner of the Michigan Cornhole League. The unique competition structure and the growth of the game is pondered.
As spring is just around the corner, baseball talk floats to the surface along with a short list of some baseball greats from the Muskegon area. Nate McLouth and Chad Pleiness are noteworthy names from the West Michigan Conference.
In another long-winded podcast, the four gents are able to cover a plethora of different topics.
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