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In a world where college football is dramatically celebrated and dramatically critiqued it can be often forgotten that those playing, coaching or living this game are in fact, human. The Yogi Roth Show: How Great Is Ball unearths that humanity in Season 6 of his podcast.

Award-winning storyteller, broadcaster and host Yogi Roth brings you Season 6 of The Yogi Roth Show by interviewing elite Storytellers in sports, All-Americans, Hall of Fame coaches, agents of change in sport, names you never heard of and more.

Visit https://www.yogiroth.com/podcast/ or follow @YogiRoth for new episodes.

The Yogi Roth Show: How Great Is Ball Yogi Roth

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In a world where college football is dramatically celebrated and dramatically critiqued it can be often forgotten that those playing, coaching or living this game are in fact, human. The Yogi Roth Show: How Great Is Ball unearths that humanity in Season 6 of his podcast.

Award-winning storyteller, broadcaster and host Yogi Roth brings you Season 6 of The Yogi Roth Show by interviewing elite Storytellers in sports, All-Americans, Hall of Fame coaches, agents of change in sport, names you never heard of and more.

Visit https://www.yogiroth.com/podcast/ or follow @YogiRoth for new episodes.

    Brandon Harris: 'What Does It Mean to Make It?'

    Brandon Harris: 'What Does It Mean to Make It?'

    Brandon Harris, former LSU and North Carolina quarterback, joined Yogi Roth to discuss his football journey and the question of 'What Does It Mean to Make It?'

    Currently the Director of Recruiting for the Texas Longhorns, Harris offers incredible insight and perspective on the quarterback position, recruiting and how he processed the highs and lows of his career. If you're a recruit, parent or coach his wisdom will impact you on many levels.

    Follow Brandon on social media @B6Harris as he continues his path in coaching and evaluating.

    For more conversations with QBs in the limited series titled 'What Does It Mean to Make It?' visit www.YogiRoth.com or follow @YogiRoth on social media.

    This podcast was executive produced and edited by Owen Black. Follow his work @OwenBlack1 on Instagram.

    This podcast was edited on YouTube by Noah Hanning.

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    • 1 hr 4 min
    Malik Zaire: 'What Does It Mean To Make It?'

    Malik Zaire: 'What Does It Mean To Make It?'

    Malik Zaire, the former QB at Notre Dame and the University of Florida joins The Yogi Roth Show where he dives into the question, ‘What Does it Mean to Make It?’
    One of the top quarterbacks coming out of high school, Malik and Yogi met at the Elite 11 when the lefty was a high profile recruit. His college football journey was full of highs and lows but Malik never flinched in the face of adversity.

    He shares his thoughts on controlling his narrative, why he cried after being cut by the Jacksonville Jaguars, advice to head coaches, being at the center of a high profile documentary series on Showtime while at Notre Dame and much more.

    Follow him @OvertimeMalik on Instagram and for more conversions around humanity in sports, follow @YogiRoth.

    This episode is executive produced and edited by Owen Black. Follow his work @OwenBlack1 on Instagram.

    This episode is edited on YouTube by Noah Hanning.

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    • 43 min
    K.J. Costello: 'What Does It Mean to Make It?'

    K.J. Costello: 'What Does It Mean to Make It?'

    K.J. Costello, the former Stanford and Mississippi State quarterback, joins The Yogi Roth Show in the limited series titled 'What Does It Mean to Make It?'

    K.J., who is on the verge of transitioning to the NFL, has been a forward thinker since childhood. He shares intimate thoughts around his upbringing, recruiting process, the impact of David Shaw at Stanford, the Air Raid under Mike Leach, discernment at the QB position and in life, and how he has dealt with adversity and success.

    K.J. and Yogi met at the Elite 11 Quarterback competition when K.J. was 16 years old and it was clear that K.J. would 'Make It' in life, regardless of how many touchdowns he threw.

    Be sure to follow K.J. on social media @kj_costello and for more conversations with quarterbacks around the topic of 'What Does It Mean to Make It' visit www.YogiRoth.com or follow @YogiRoth on social media.

    This episode is executive produced and edited by Owen Black. Follow his work @OwenBlack1 on Instagram.

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    • 1 hr 4 min
    Jason Johnson: 'What Does It Mean to Make It?'

    Jason Johnson: 'What Does It Mean to Make It?'

    Jason Johnson, Emmy winning Director of Photography and Producer & former Arizona Wildcat quarterback, joins The Yogi Roth show in the limited series titled 'What Does It Mean to Make It?'

    Jason has been making films since he was in college and now creates content for the likes of ESPN, ABC, NBC Sports, Big 10 Network, and Pac-12 Network, and he regularly works with the NFL, MLB Digital Academy, and MLS.

    After college he spent time in the NFL, CFL and NFL Europe - where his love for travel, sport and filmmaking flourished. His perspective on life and what he has seen as a filmmaker offer a brilliant perspective on the often misunderstood question, 'What Does It Mean to Make It?'

    For more content from Jason, visit http://www.jasonryancreative.com/about-avenue and be sure to follow him on Instagram, https://www.instagram.com/jasonryancreative/.

    For more conversations around sport and humanity visit www.YogiRoth.com or follow Yogi on social media @YogiRoth.

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    • 1 hr
    Khalil Tate: 'What Does It Mean to Make It?'

    Khalil Tate: 'What Does It Mean to Make It?'

    Khalil Tate of the Philadelphia Eagles and former QB at the University of Arizona joined Yogi Roth where he reflected on his football life, a record-setting month as a starter for the Wildcats, 2020 and his first year away from football and his thoughts on the simple question of 'What does it mean to make it?'

    Tate, who was on the cover of Sports Illustrated before the 2018 season, has had his fair share of ups and downs in his career and offers incredible wisdom around what it's like to be the face of a university, dealing with social media and why humility is so vital to his life.

    This podcast was edited and Executive Produced by Owen Black.

    • 1 hr 7 min
    J.T. O'Sullivan: The QB School & a journey unlike most (QB series)

    J.T. O'Sullivan: The QB School & a journey unlike most (QB series)

    J.T. O'Sullivan, who played quarterback for over a decade in the NFL joins Yogi Roth to discuss his journey from high school to a QB who garnered a Heisman vote at UC Davis. In addition, he played for more than 10 teams in the NFL to his recent endeavor, The QB School.

    His lens on the position, as well as his knowledge regarding leadership (he has a Ph.D. in Leadership Studies), offers a unique perspective on the QB position. His YouTube channel, The QB School, has over 100k subscribers and offers QB evaluations and in depth courses. Visit https://theqbschool.com/ or https://www.youtube.com/c/TheQBSchool for more information.

    For stories around sports and humanity visit www.YogiRoth.com and follow @YogiRoth for insight into college football and storytelling.

    This podcast is part of the Season 6 series, 'QBs: what does it mean to Make It?'

    • 1 hr 7 min

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120 Ratings

120 Ratings

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One of the best interviewers out there

I love how Yogi interviews. I try to style my interviews after him.

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I love the jon Gordon episodes. They are a can’t miss for me. I first heard Jon at an ABCA baseball convention. Book one of his books and love hearing him talk any chance I get. Yogi you do an amazing job with all you podcast these are my favorites

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Consistently excellent

Authentic, genuine and always well prepared, Yogi celebrates his guests’ accomplishments and extracts what really matters in life.

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