On the Friday edition of the Sam and Brad Show, Brad and Ben Thomas caught up with Tim Tyrrell of Hoban (23 seconds in), Nate Moore of Massillon (3:47), and Ryan Isley(8:10) to talk about the remaining teams active in the OHSAA State football tournament with a chance to compete for a state championship on the line.
Also, the guys spoke with former OSU LB Bobby Carpenter to talk about "The Game" against Michigan at high noon Saturday at 23:23.
The Week #9 edition of the High School Football prep rallly.
Sam and Brad break down the matchups and more with Tim Tyrrell of Hoban 23 seconds in
Dan Larlham of CVCA at 14:33
John DeMarco of Louisville at 22:58
Nate Moore of Massillon at 28:55
Jim France of Manchester at 44:03
and Tony Gotto of Barberton.at 49:05
Nate Moore, the head coach of the Massillon Tigers joined the Sam and Brad Show to talk about their Week #3 matchup with Warren tonight at Paul Brown Tiger Stadium.
Nate Moore of Massillon joined the Sam and Brad Show to talk about his team's Week 2 matchup against the GlenOak Golden Eagles.
Scott Garcia of GlenOak also joined the show to talk about his team as well.
Bobby Nickol of St. Vincent-St, Mary joined the Sam and Brad Show to talk about their Week 1 matchup with the Massillon Tigers.
Nate Moore of Massillon spoke with the Sam and Brad Show as well to discuss opening up Paul Brown Tiger Stadium with a top flight opponent.
Nate Moore, head coach of the Massillon Tigers spoke with Sam and Brad prior to their matchup with Winton Woods in the state semifinals Friday.
Nate Moore, head coach of the Massillon Tigers spoke with Sam and Brad to talk about their upcoming game against New Albany in Mansfield Friday night.
Dan Reardon, the head coach of the McKinley Bulldogs spoke with Sam and Brad ahead of the War of 1894 between the Bulldogs and Massillon Tigers.
On the other side, Nate Moore, head coach of the Massillon Tigers talked about what the rivalry means for his team.
The War of 1894 will be taking place yet again at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium, and with the Massillon Tigers and McKinley Bulldogs getting ready to tussle, both coaches expect to see 100% effort from their young men Saturday afternoon.
Nate Moore, the head coach of the Tigers joined 1590 WAKR to talk about the rivalry, his team battling through adversity throughout the season, and what it's going to take to stop McKinley's playmakers.
Moore said that by containing McKinley dual-threat QB Dominique Robinson and limiting touches for other Bulldog playmakers, the Tigers should be alright.
"The quarterback is a good athlete, he has a good arm, so we have to stay disciplined defensively," he said.
For McKinley, head coach Dan Reardon says his team is playing good football and will have to maintain focus in a rivalry game and not let the emotion surrounding it cloud them from executing.