Wednesday, August 26, 2009

FDH Lounge Show #70: August 26, 2009

By Rick Morris

Hoo boy, do we have some variety for you on the 70th edition of THE FDH LOUNGE on (Wednesdays, 7-10 PM EDT)!

After our look at This Week in The FDH Lounge and The Opening Statements of The FDH Lounge Dignitaries, we bring you an early version of THE FANTASYDRAFTHELP.COM INSIDER with our our fourth annual college football team draft. It's a really fun and unique way to have an extra competitive interest in this year's college football games.

Towards the bottom of Hour One, we bring in one of the greatest pro wrestling writers of all time, Mike Mooneyham. His three decades in the business, combined with his great love of the game, makes him a very special guest. He just attended the biggest NWA Wrestling Legends Fanfest yet and we'll get his thoughts on that event, SummerSlam, Kurt Angle's issues, AmDrag fleeing ROH for Titan and anything else that is relevant.

In Hour Two, our good pal Russ Cohen from Sportsology comes on to talk all things Michael Vick. He's not just any sports media personality, though: he's based out of the Philly area and he is also an animal-rights activist, so he has thoughts on this story from all angles. And he’s actually just one part of a great panel! Joining him are Philly Fox 29 sportscaster Joe Staszak and New York-based sports attorney and frequent sports radio talk show guest Steve Kallas. Talk about covering a story from all angles!

At the bottom of the hour, we welcome back a charter member of The Dignitaries. Tim Foust is coming back on to break down the MLB pennant races, always a treat for us.

Then, THE FANTASYDRAFTHELP.COM INSIDER resumes at the top of the hour when we break down our fantasy football mock draft and again extol the virtues of FANTASY FOOTBALL DRAFTOLOGY 2009. We then spend the second half of the last hour by welcoming back THE GOON SQUAD for a look at many big summer hockey stories: the hot stove, Patrick Kane, the confirmation of the first hockey game at Fenway Park and the apparent continuing shift in strength from the West to the East in the NHL.

It’s going to be a great program and we hope you can be a part of our audience. As always, we urge you to watch the show live (or listen if you’re on dial-up), but if you can’t catch this as it’s happening, you can always catch the FDH archives 24-7 right here or catch us now on iTunes!

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