Jay and Austin talk about some of the partners already announced for Pokatok and debate what they think they would be best at. And worst at. And maybe shouldn’t try at all for potential injury reasons.
Austin and Jay sit down with founders Lawson Gow and Chris Buckner of Pokatok to discuss where the idea behind the World’s Fair for Sports came from, the impact of sports on culture, and what we all can expect at the festival next April.
Join Coach Jay and Austin as they explain the rules to America’s fastest growing sport. Disclaimer: Coach Jay and Austin are by no means experts, they just love everything sports.
There’s a lot of wild trophies out there. On this episode of Sports Everything, Coach Jay and Austin reveal their top four.
We figured we’d put together a little “about the festival” video just to make sure we’re all on the same page with what we’re trying to accomplish here.
On this episode of Sports Everything, Coach Jay and The Kid rank every ball they can think of.
This week we sat down with Scott Deans to discuss his company BeOne Sports, sports tech innovation, and his experience with professional football.
Janis Burke, CEO of HCHSA, sits down with Alex Gras to tell stories of her favorite moments that exemplify community in sports. Janis has been the CEO of the Harris County – Houston Sports Authority since 2006.
Mike Chabala, former MLS player and founder of Sphere, sits down with Alex Gras to talk about how Sphere is bringing a locker room aspect to fitness. Sphere is a soccer-inspired fitness concept.
Jonathan Wells, former Texans RB, joins the podcast to talk to Alex about J. Wells Media Group and how he’s educating people on the similarities between football and soccer.
Lori Burgess, COO of Beasley Esports, sits down with Alex Gras to talk about how the landscape of sports is changing rapidly. Beasley Esports owns several esports teams, including the Houston Outlaws for Overwatch and Team AXLE-R8 for Rocket League.
Brittany Soeder and Robert Maher of RE Cooling Tech sit down with Alex Gras to discuss how they’re keeping athletes cool during the hot summer months. RE Cooling Tech has created a collar to be worn around the athlete’s neck that sends cold fluid to create rapid cooling.