Huddle Up With Gus

Huddle Up With Gus

Not your typical sports/entertainment show Huddle Up with Gus takes a deep dive into the impact that sports had on someone’s life from childhood to present day. Gus talks to Athletes, Sports Agents, Former Athletes, Coaches, Sportscasters, Comedians, Musicians, and even Hollywood Elite.

  • Kendra Stabler Moyes
    on May 10, 2021 by Gus Frerotte

    Joining me in the Huddle this week is Kendra Stabler Moyes. She is the daughter of Hall of Fame QB, Ken "The Snake" Stabler. We talk about what life was like growing up with a dad who was such a larger-than-life personality and player.  Marnie Schneider Joins us as my Co-host and Kendra's friend. They talk about their relationship and the ties they both have with the Ronald McDonald House. Marnie has also written books about traveling to NFL cities called Football Freddie and Fumble the Dog. Check out the Stabler Foundation.

  • Bob Kendrick
    on May 3, 2021 by Gus Frerotte

    Joining me in the Huddle is the President of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, Bob Kendrick. Bob is the man to listen to if you love baseball and its history. Bob's appointment in 2011 marked a celebrated return to the NLBM. The NLBM is the world's only museum dedicated to preserving and celebrating the rich history of African-American baseball and its profound impact on the social advancement of America. Bob became the museum's first Director of Marketing in 1998. He was named Vice President of Marketing in 2009 before accepting the post as Executive Director of the National Sports Center for the Disabled-Kansas City. Before his departure, Bob's leadership helped secure more than $15 million in financial support for the NLBM and widespread national acclaim. Kendrick is now responsible for the Museum's day-to-day operations and for developing and implementing strategies to advance the mission of the NLBM. Bob began his association with the NLBM as a volunteer during his 10-year newspaper career with The Kansas City Star as a senior copywriter for The Star's Promotions Department. While he doesn't fashion himself to be a historian, Bob has become one of the leading authorities on the topic of Negro Leagues Baseball history and its connection to issues relating to sports, race and diversity. He has been a contributing writer for "Ebony Magazine" and the National Urban League's "Opportunity Magazine." His volunteer roots in the Kansas City community are deep and passionate. He has served on the boards of various Kansas City-area non-profit organizations and has worked with Kansas City youth for more than 20 years. He remains active in the community and spends a great deal of time in Kansas City classrooms giving motivational talks to area students and sharing the illustrious history of Negro Leagues Baseball with nearly 100 schools, social and civic groups annually. In 2006, the Greater Kansas City Black Chamber of Commerce awarded him the Mary Lona Diversity Award. He was named "Citizen of the Year" by the Omicron Xi Chapter of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. In 2009, The Kansas City Globe named Kendrick to the papers' list of "100 Most Influential African-Americans in Greater Kansas City." A native of Crawfordville, Ga., Kendrick received a basketball scholarship to attend Park College (Parkville, Mo.) in 1980, where he earned a B.A. degree in Communications Arts in 1985. 

  • Leigh Anne Tuohy
    on April 26, 2021 by Gus Frerotte

    Joining me in the Huddle this week is Leigh Anne Tuohy. Leigh Anne is the inspirational matriarch of the Tuohy family. While studying at the University of Mississippi, better known as Ole Miss, Leigh Anne met Sean Tuohy, her husband. Both were active and ambitious college students: Leigh Anne was a cheerleader, campus favorite, and an active member of her sorority, Kappa Delta; Sean became a record-breaking SEC basketball champion holds several SEC assist records. A Memphis, Tennessee native, Leigh Anne attended Briarcrest Christian School and graduated from the University of Mississippi with a Bachelor’s of Science in Interior Design. Leigh Anne owns “Flair I,” an interior design firm. Her work has been featured on HGTV and in numerous publications. She has designed for such clients as Peyton Manning, Scottie Pippen, Isaac Bruce, and OJ Mayo and was a member of the design team for Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Season 8 during the 2010-11 season. They are the proud parents of daughter Collins and sons, Michael Oher and Sean, Jr. The chronicle of the Tuohy family’s life, The Blind Side, became a record-breaking Hollywood blockbuster that earned more than $300 million box office and became the number one opening weekend sports film in history. In February 2013, Leigh Anne and the Tuohy family were on the sidelines cheering Michael and the Baltimore Ravens on to his first Super Bowl victory. Through all of their projects, the Tuohy family continues their mission to inspire hope, ignite generosity, and make it happen for the deserving but underserved youth. For more information on Leigh Anne and her and Seans Foundation, please visit her site at

  • Taylor Funk
    on April 18, 2021 by Gus Frerotte

    Joining me in the Huddle this week is professional golfer Taylor Funk. Taylor talks to me about traveling on the PGA Tour with his family, his dad is professional golfer Fred Funk. Taylor also talks about how his mom and his journey homeschooled him through high school and college at The University of Texas. Taylor explains how his favorite part so far has been visiting over 25 different countries and being able to play golf all over the world. • 2013 Florida Class 2A Champion• finished tied for ninth with Texas teammate Gavin Hall at the 2014 Porter Cup at Niagara Falls Country Club• finished tied for sixth at the 2014 Trans-Mississippi Championship at Southern Hills CC• finished tied for 12th at the 2014 Terra Cotta Invitational at Naples National Golf Club• finished first at the 2013 Future Collegians World Tour at Inverrary GC• finished first at the 2013 AJGA Ocala-Mario Sports Commission Junior Tournament• finished first at the 2013 Press Thornton Future Masters• finished first at the 2012 Future Collegians World Tour at Sawgrass• finished fifth at the 2011 Future Collegians World Tour at Sawgrass• ranked the No. 42 junior player in the Golfweek/Sagarin Junior rankings at the time of his commitment to Texas Taylor's biggest accomplishment was his win at the 2015 Southern Amateur! #JoinTheHuddle with Taylor Funk!

  • Keith Law
    on April 12, 2021 by Gus Frerotte

    Joining me in the Huddle this week is Senior Baseball Writer at The Athletic, author of THE INSIDE GAME: Bad Calls, Strange Moves, and What Baseball Behavior Teaches Us About Ourselves, Keith Law. We discuss his childhood and how and why he fell in love with baseball. Keith is a numbers guy, and he thought his life would be in the world of business, but after realizing his passion for data and analytics was really in baseball, he took a job with the Toronto Blue Jays. He then worked at ESPN and eventually became the Senior Baseball Writer at The Athletic.  THE INSIDE GAME shows how the decisions behind baseball—good and bad, big and small— present a new way to appreciate the game’s successes as well as its failures. You can check out Keith and his new book on his Blog Page,

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