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Randall Woody Duroe among guests this week on Takedown Radio

By Scott Casber | Sept. 03, 2007, 5:42 p.m. (ET)

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Joining us in studio for this weeks special program is Jeff Murphy of Kemin Industries.

Our guests this week include:

John Stutzman, head coach at Bloomsburg University. In his first year as head coach, Stutzman led the Huskies to a mark of 11-9, 4-2 in the EWL. Bloomsburg also sent five wrestlers to the NCAA championships.

Greg Jackson, Jackson MMA in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Greg trains some of the world's greatest MMA stars like George St. Pierre (Canada), Sugar Rashad Evans (Mich. St.) and many others.

Archie Randall, head coach of Oklahoma City University. Recent hiring of Wayne James as assistant for both men's and women's programs has only served to strengthen the resolve of this coach.

Nicole Woody, 2007 102-pound Junior National Champion from Gambrills, Md. will join us. She will wrestle for Coach Randall.

Zac Hall (Ithaca, Mich.) was named TDR/TheMat.com Wrestler of the Week for July 3-9. Hall claimed a double title at the ASICS Kids National Freestyle and Greco-Roman Championships in Green Bay, Wis., July 6-7, winning the Novice 80-pound division in both Greco-Roman and freestyle. This is the third consecutive year that Hall has won a double-title at the ASICS Kids National Championships.

Mike Duroe, head coach at Cornell College. Duroe, head coach of the 2005 and 2006 U.S. Freestyle World Team and head coach of the University of Iowa Hawkeye Wrestling Club from 2003-05, begins his third season as head wrestling coach at Cornell College. In 2006, the U.S. team finished third in the world with four medalists. In his first season at Cornell, Duroe's squad won a school-record 15 dual meets and the Rams qualified two wrestlers for nationals with one All-American.

Join us every week on Saturday morning for two hours of America's Wrestling Radio talk show. TDR can be heard on great radio stations and web sites around the world like: Des Moines Sports Station AM 1460 KXNO, Takedownradio.com, KXNO.com, Matchannel.com, Mat-magazine.com. Please be sure to join our live broadcast each and every Saturday as we talk to the worlds greatest athletes. Wrestlers and MMA competitors alike join us each and every week. You should too! TDR is available LIVE, Archived and Pod Cast as well. Check out Takedownradio.com for more details.