The Balance 01/09/2016 with Roger Holtsclaw, Ahnna Parhurst, and ED Kracz

The Balance 01/09/2016 with Roger Holtsclaw, Ahnna Parhurst, and ED Kracz

Todays episode we talk NASCAR with Roger Holtsclaw, and NFL/Eagles/Coaches with ED Kracz.

Thank You to Ahnna Parhurst, 15 year old developmental driver with Richard Childress Racing for being our guest today.  She announced on our show, along with Roger Holtsclaw from Turn 4 Promotions, that she will be joining the Southeast Supertruck Series.  Ahnna is a memeber of TDR (Team Dillon Racing) along with Austin, and TY Dillon.  We look forward to seeing Ahnna’s progression, especially now as she makes her transition from dirt to asphault, as she is under the watchful eye of RCR.

Also thank you to Ed Kracze, beat writer for the Philadelphia Eagles.  Ed took us behind the scenes of Chip Kelly’s downfall in Philly.  He also took us around the rumor mill on who the Eagles are considering to be the next Head Coach.  Ed also helped us breakdown this weeks NFL playoff games, who to watch for, and injury impacts.

We want to remind everybody to never drive 120 mph.   LEAVE IT TO THE PROFESSIONALS!

Hosts: Tom Marquis & Rick Riggin

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