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Tamara Stanger #119

Coffee and a Mike

Release Date: 04/06/2020

Roger Chandler #160 show art Roger Chandler #160

Coffee and a Mike

Roger Chandler, who enters his 24th year on the Spartan wrestling staff, is in his fifth season as head coach for the 2020-21 season. He comes on the podcast to discuss how he was introduced to wrestling, his experience being coached by Howard Ferguson and later Greg Urbas at St. Edwards High School in Cleveland, Ohio, the classic Walsh/St. Edwards rivalry, what led him to the University of Indiana, and how he incorporates everything he learned along the way into his coaching.

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Chef Jason Roberts #159 show art Chef Jason Roberts #159

Coffee and a Mike

Jason Roberts, a New Zealand native, is an internationally known chef, author, television personality, brand ambassador, fitness enthusiast, and gluten-free lifestyle advocate currently residing in Australia. He is a passionate supporter of Share Our Strength's No Kid Hungry campaign which strives to end childhood hunger in America.  On this podcast Jason talks about his love for Cleveland,  how he has adapted during the pandemic, his IGTV show “Good Day Neighbour," and his love for 80’s/90’s mov

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Paddy Gallagher #158 show art Paddy Gallagher #158

Coffee and a Mike

Paddy Gallagher, a senior at St. Edwards High School in Cleveland, Ohio and 2021 Ohio State commit. He comes on the podcast to discuss winning a wrestling state title his sophomore year, what it is like being part of the St. Edwards wrestling program, what he has been doing since the pandemic, and his future plans of winning national titles and Olympic gold.

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Adam Kimble #157 show art Adam Kimble #157

Coffee and a Mike

Adam Kimble is a professional ultrarunner, race director, motivational speaker, running coach and amateur survivalist from Tahoe City, CA.  He comes on the podcast to discuss his recent Fastest Known Time (FKT) on the 171-mile Tahoe Rim Trail in 37h 12m beating the previous record set by Kilian Jornet, 60-day transcontinental crossing of the USA (2,500 miles), 60 days alone in the wilderness to become winner of Discovery Channel’s The Wheel, and winning the showcase showdown on the Price is Right.

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Eddie Jayne #156 show art Eddie Jayne #156

Coffee and a Mike

Eddie Jayne was a 3x state wrestling champion from St. Edwards high school in northeast Ohio, graduate of Penn State, and now teaches physical education at an elementary school in central Ohio. He comes on the podcast to discuss how he started in wrestling, what his experience was at St. Edwards, the classic rivalry with Walsh Jesuit, how he would he have fared against 4x state champion Willie Wineberg and that he loves coaching kids.

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Kristen McGuire Adam's Natural Meats #155 show art Kristen McGuire Adam's Natural Meats #155

Coffee and a Mike

Kristen McGuire of Adams Natural Meats, a high quality provider of Bison and Beef products, in both Buckeye, AZ and Evergreen, CO. She comes on the podcast to discuss the recent meat supply shortage as reported by the media, how they have adapted since the pandemic, and the health benefits of having a steady amount of bison. 

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Ashley Brasovan #154 show art Ashley Brasovan #154

Coffee and a Mike

Ashley Brasovan is currently a professional sub-ultra trail/mountain runner for Hoka One One and also has a full time career as an Energy Efficiency/Renewable Energy Consultant residing full time in Golden, CO. She comes on the podcast to discuss her recent fastest known time of 5 hrs 27 mins (FKT) of running the Four Pass Loop in Aspen, CO, how she is managing during the pandemic, why introverts are such good listeners, and her career in sustainability.

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Jewher Ilham #153 show art Jewher Ilham #153

Coffee and a Mike

Jewher Ilham is the daughter of Uyghur scholar, Ilham Tohti, an internationally noted moderate voice who was dedicated to bridging the gap between the Uyghur people and the Han Chinese. Jewher arrived in the United States in 2013, following the detention of her father at the Beijing airport, as they were prepared to travel to Indiana University. This was the last time she saw her father. In September of 2014, he was given an unprecedented life sentence based on the writings on his website.

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Ben Hatta #152 show art Ben Hatta #152

Coffee and a Mike

Ben Hatta, is an executive producer that has worked on shows such as The Bachelor, Amazing Race, Hell's Kitchen, and the Netflix documentary Team Foxcatcher. He comes on the podcast to discuss his grandfather introducing the sport of wrestling to Japan in the 1930’s, becoming a high school state wrestling champ for St. Edward’s high school after only starting his senior year, the Walsh/St. Edward’s rivalry, his time at University of Pennsylvania, and his future projects.

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Sam Neider #151 show art Sam Neider #151

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Sam Neider was a 2X state wrestling champion from St. Edward’s high school, 2X All-American wrestler from Northwestern University and the founder of Higher Purpose, a nature-integrated rite of passage for men transitioning into the “2nd half” life. He comes on the podcast to discuss how he got into wrestling, his take on the Walsh/Ed’s rivalry, his time at Northwestern, and why he decided to sell everything, go mobile with his family which has lead him to his new venture “Higher Purpose.”

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Tamara Stanger, co-owner and executive chef of Cotton & Copper in Tempe, Arizona comes on the podcast to discuss being a restaurant owner, why she makes the best pies in AZ, where she is at today in the midst of the corona virus pandemic and all the volunteer work she has done for the Blue Watermelon Project, a Slow Food Phoenix coalition of local chefs and activists focused on improving school lunches.