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"I’ve been listening to you guys since I was a teenager in high school all the way back to your days at the fan. My dad and I would listen everyday while we worked together for his painting business. I can still recall some of my favorite segments you guys did like it was yesterday...... My father became ill a few years back and had to retire and close his business. I was taking him to an appointment a few days ago and I plugged the podcast into the truck and we listened while we drove. I can’t express the nostalgia I felt and I know he felt as well as we got to listen to you guys together again. I’m almost 30 now and we enjoyed it just as much as before. Just wanted to say thanks. I appreciate what you do to help get me through my work weeks!"
Chris Spielman is a member of the College Football and Ohio State University Athletic Halls of Fame and is currently an NFL analyst for Fox Sports. He was a two-time All-American linebacker at OSU, where in 1987 he was both team MVP and the Lombardi Award winner. The 29th overall pick in the 1987 NFL Draft, Spielman's NFL career came to a premature end due to a neck injury after making four Pro Bowls and earning All-Pro honors three times. Chris and his late wife, Stefanie, created the Stefanie Spielman Fund for breast cancer research after her diagnosis in 1998. Chris skipped that season in the NFL to care for Stefanie, who passed away in the fall of 2009. Chris and Stefanie were the parents of four children. Chris also has two step-daughters with his wife, Carrie.
Bruce Hooley is a veteran Ohio sports journalist with extensive experience in newspaper, radio and television. At the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Hooley covered Ohio State sports for 18 years, while also serving as the PD's national college football and basketball reporter. Events Hooley has covered over the years include 19 NCAA Final Fours, the 1988 Winter Olympics, the World Series, the Super Bowl and numerous professional golf majors and national championship college football games. After transitioning to radio in 2005, Hooley hosted top-rated sports talk shows in Columbus and Cleveland, while also hosting his own state-wide sports commentary show on the Spectrum Sports Network. He is a member of his high school's athletic hall of fame and resides in the country outside Columbus with his wife, Sheri, and three daughters.