Thursday, February 02, 2012

Great Line-up of Guests for Tonight's High School Football America Radio Show

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America

A former NFL quarterback turned high school football head coach; a highly successful coach leaving his state champion team for a new challenge; and the leader of America's oldest football club.  That's the description of guests that will appear on High School Football America tonight starting at 7pm Eastern Time.

My lead guest will be Jon Kitna, who after 16-years as an NFL QB with nearly 30,000 yards in passing, has become the new head football coach at his alma mater Lincoln High School in Tacoma, Washington.  Kitna will be discussing his dream of returning home to not only coach football, but also to teach mathematics.

The second guest tonight will be Jamey Dubose, who after leading Prattville High School in Alabama to national prominence and two 6A state titles as a head coach, has resigned to take the head coaching job at Florence High School.

I'll wrap-up the show with Mark Wolpert, executive director of The Maxwell Football Club, which is America's oldest football club.  Mark will be talking about the organization's national player of the year, Noah Spence from Bishop McDevitt High School in Pennsylvania.  Spence will be honored along with the Maxwell Football Club's College and NFL Players of the Year at the group's 75th gala in Atlantic City on March 2nd.

Click here to listen live starting at 7pm Eastern/6pm Central Time.

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