College Sports Hour Podcast

The College Sports Hour, hosted by Clint McPherson and co-host Greg Dixon takes listeners inside the Division I College Football, Basketball, and Baseball landscape. The podcast includes analysis and coverage of D-I sporting events by two dudes who love sports. The College Sports Hour is your ultimate stop for all things D-I Football, Basketball, and Baseball related. We make weekly predictions and discuss all of the top stories, from who is going to win the College Football Playoff to who is going to be dancing come March. No matter the team, if it’s trending, you’ll hear about it. The College Sports Hour Podcast is set to inform, educate and entertain listeners with unique perspectives and opinions from a former collegiate athlete and from a guy who went to college.

Host: Clint McPherson

I’m the founder and CEO of McPherson Marketing Group and the College Sports Hour. As a former collegiate baseball player and a 3-tour Army Veteran with a history in leadership and management that spans over a decade, I strive daily to add value by helping other hard-working entrepreneurs experience success in and out of the workplace. The College Sports Hour is my playground. I am married to my wife, Tiffany, for 11 years. We currently live in Central North Carolina with our two boys, Tristan and Cameron. Originally from Tallahassee, Florida, I am a huge Florida State fan with Garnet and Gold running through my veins.

Co-Host: Greg Dixon

So, I’m the guy who loves college sports, but am just like the majority of you out there who “just went to college”.  I’m a former high school athlete (I wrestled in high school).  I am married to my wife, Danielle, for 12 years.  We have two beautiful girls, Hope (6) and Faith (4).  We live in Western North Carolina where I serve as the Families Pastor at a church in the area. (Yes that is my full-time job).  I love sports.  I am a huge Duke fan so bring on the hate.  I also have to give a shout out to the Carolina Panthers, this is our year!!

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