Untold takes you behind the scenes with some of your favorite athletes as they reveal stories of overcoming adversity and their path to reaching their dreams.
Zach was a multi sport athlete from Stanford. He played baseball and football. But after retiring from playing he lost his identity as most athletes do! On this episode we talk about mental health issues, and how he overcame them. I loved our conversation and I hope you all enjoy!
Grayson Mazzone is a former UCLA football player. He is the son of Noel Mazzone, a long time college football coach. Having moved around for most of his childhood, Grayson always found solitude in football. No matter how many times he moved or transferred schools he always pursued his dream―to play college football. This is his Untold story.
Arizona State Football Preview
On this special episode of Untold, we take a look at the upcoming season for Arizona State, break down each position group and explain why they are a legitimate Pac 12 contender. We'll also go through the upcoming season game by game and convince listeners why ASU will finish with a record of 10-2.
Herm and Lia Edwards
Jordan Simone sits down with Herm and Lia Edwards, the first family of Arizona State football. We discuss their relationship, balance of family, and the direction of the ASU football program.
Paul Perkins is a former Running back from UCLA and is currently with the New York Giants. He grew up in Chandler, Arizona where he thrived in track and football at an early age. This is his Untold story.
Antonio Longino grew up in the tough, urban city of East Cleveland, Ohio, the youngest of nine siblings. He always learned from his older siblings rights and wrongs. But that doesn't mean he hasn't faced his own trials and tribulations. This is his Untold story.
These podcasts are OUTSTANDING......thoroughly enjoy listening to the "up close and personal" interviews.
Good Stuff But Editing Needed
Jordan does a nice job and it’s great to listen to these stories about some of our local sports stars. Needs some editing as 90 minutes is just too long.
I listened to the Manny Wilkins interview and I was completely locked in after the 1st 5 minutes. Incredible. The questions were great and the back and forth from someone who was a part of the locker room cant be duplicated. This is pure gold.