Here is a bunch of clips from the TKF United series we started way back in early June. It was a long summer and fall in the stadium talk arena and we hope we made it rock for you. Below is a list of clips that appear in order on the episode:
The SoccerCitySD Party
SDSU West (@k5james)
Dike Anyiwo and Andy Keatts
Fred Pierce and Katy Temple
Jason Riggs and Drew Steck
Thanks for listening!
The original BullDozer is back! This time with an important message for all you fancy pants whiney babies out there to go VOTE! He breaks down the most important issue of our time - Soccer vs Football - City vs SDSU West! The Doze gives you nothing but facts like only the KING himself can do! Listen now, and make sure you take this podcast with you to the poles!
IT'S STADIUM TALK THAT ROCKS! In this episode Dallas sits down with environmentalist, former radio DJ, and candidate for City Council District 6, Tommy Hough, to discuss the future of Mission Valley. They talk about the environmental issues that have always faced the area and the stadium, if those issues have any chance of resolve, and what plan Tommy actually thinks is best for San Diego. Dallas makes fun of Tommy's vegan campaign manager and Tommy offers up a one-on-one phone call to get Dallas' mom to vote for him.
Get more info on Tommy and his campaign at tommyhough.com or on twitter @The_Tommy_Hough
Follow us on twitter @thekeptfaith and listen to the entire TKF United series before the election!
This week the guys sat down with Darren Smith from The Mighty 1090 to talk about the journey that has been the SoccerCitySD vs SDSU West debate from the perspective of the media trying to cover sports in this town.
Did SCSD’s vision land for potential voters? Do the Aztecs have the right to expand onto one the most valuable pieces of land the city has? These are questions that hopefully get answered on Nov 6th!
This week the guys sit down with Jason Riggs of The San Diego Stadium Coalition and Drew Steck of The San Diego Original Supporters Group (of SoccerCitySD).
Jason’s group recently endorsed the SDSU plan and that kicked off a great back and forth about both Measures G and E. They talked about the city’s lack of leadership, the future of SDSU in our community, whether or not the window for MLS expansion will close, and the possibility of the Chargers or the NFL coming back to town.
This week the guys sit down with Ry Rivard from Voice of San Diego for a fun chat about RIVERPARKS!!!
They talk about the similarities and differences in the SoccerCitySD and SDSU West’s plans for the San Diego River and whether either have a chance of actually happening.
Then they talk about growth in the CSU system and whether or not SDSU’s need to go to Mission Valley is valid.
Here is a bunch of clips from the podcast over the 2018 Padres Season. It was a ride.Thanks to all the listeners, guests and Patreon supporters who went along the journey with us. We learned a lot and we hope you did too.
Here is a list of episodes as come up in the clips package. Go back and take listen!
Hosmer Night- TKF Pod #121
Opening Day After Party - TKF Pod #125
Working The Belles - TKF Pod #130
Eno Sarris - TKF Pod #126
Stormcast #1 - Trevor Hoffman?
David Marver - TKF Pod #137
Anderson Haigler - TKF Pod #136
A Look at April - TKF Pod #129
Jay Posner - TKF Pod #131
Ice Cream Social - TKF Pod #138
The Urías Episode - TKF Pod #139
Thanks for listening!
This week the guys check in with David Jay from MadFriars.com on the eve of The Padres On Deck Game.
They talk about the players that could emerge as fan favorites moving forward, what to look for next season at different levels, and whether Pensacola or Amarillo will replace San Antonio as a minor league affiliate.
Then they look at the guys who came up to the big league squad in 2018!
This week Nick went around and hung out with a few TKF Patrons to hand out socks and talk about Luis Urías. He chatted with John Gennaro, Craig Elsten, HJ Preller, The Kanye Padre, and our own Dallas McLaughlin about the young second baseman and the impact his arrival will have.
Then he looked at the Wil Myers/Carlos Asuaje Twitch story and then closed the episode with Travis Russell's take.