EPISODE #89 | COLIN COWHERD | THE HERD: STRONG OPINIONS
COLIN COWHERD | WORLD PREMIERE EPISODE | THE HERD: STRONG OPINIONS
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Welcome to our 89th episode of American Real, where we continue on location in Los Angeles and take you on the inside of the Fox Sports complex and bring you an up-close and personal conversation with Colin Cowherd, host of The Herd on Fox Sport Radio and Fox Sports 1. We provide a rare look into The Herd’s upbringing and take you on his life journey rising through the ranks as a sports commentator to where his is today at the pinnacle of his career, as perhaps the best opinionist in the business with his top-rated show. Colin is in true form, giving his opinion about the current tip-toe society we live in, why it’s important to be authentic and even walks us through his typical day. Truly comfortable in his own skin, The Herd reveals he has autism, discusses his secret to being a storyteller and provides his take on the departure of Bob Costas from NBC.
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Our mutual friend, Glenn Alenik.
Colin’s early years, delivering pasta to casinos in Las Vegas.
Colin’s friend, Trace Gallagher.
We live in a tip-toe society.
Be who you are.
When Colin was in his twenty’s he wasn’t enough of himself.
College kids should enjoy the experience of life.
Advice to his daughter to stay off social media.
Using social media to put out great content as a promotional marketing tool.
Colin’s show has reached 330MM viewers on Facebook.
Colin Quinn; Red State, Blue State.
Colin on Trump.
Colin lost trust with the media because it's been agenda driven.
Jerry Seinfeld says the media can do a better job.
Colin’s beginnings with play-by-play.
Malcolm Gladwell’s 10,000 hour rule.
AAA baseball break - an inning a night.
Colin’s journey; looking for opportunities.
Portland, OR - the best AAA market in America.
The Portland Trailblazers and small market sport teams.
A typical day for Colin.
Preparation and minset.
FSI is built for opinionists.
Colin reveals he has autism.
Colin as a storyteller.
Talent vs. experience.
Top opinionists in the country.
The great teams in pro sports have a core foundation like a strong family.
Colin’s advice for up-and-coming sportscasters.
Bob Costas’ departure from NBC.
What Colin would tell his 20-year-old self.
Colin’s ultimate legacy.