This week on a brand new episode of The Elite Sports Podcast, hosts Noah Gronniger and Clint Switzer welcome two top-notch guests in former Super Bowl MVP Joe Theismann & Marcus Dupree, subject of the 2010 ESPN 30-for-30 “The Best That Never Was.”
Joe Theismann discusses his latest book “How To Be a Champion Every Day: 6 Timeless Keys to Success,” which will be released June 16th and also speaks candidly about the injury Alex Smith suffered and some of the similarities to his own career-ending injury back in 1985.
Former Oklahoma Sooners standout Marcus Dupree discusses his latest venture Boomer Kush on the podcast and also reflects on the past 10 years since he was featured on ESPN’s 30-for-30 film “The Best That Never Was.”
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Sean Culkin checks in and talks about his playing days at Mizzou where he went through a coaching change and watched Drew Lock develop as a QB. Culkin is also searching for a new NFL team after 3 years with the Chargers. We also go deep into the trenches with legendary offensive line coach Jim McNally who has spent 40 years in the NFL.