The June 25 edition of On The Mat with Kyle Klingman of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum, Jason Bryant of TheOpenMat.com and longtime amateur and professional wrestler Gerry Brisco join the show.

This show is a shortened 30-minute episode due to the Chicago Cubs game broadcast on 1650 The Fan, KCNZ

Klingman and Bryant discuss a few of the coaching changes that have proliferated through the college wrestling ranks this offseason and get some insight on the moves at Army and Hofstra, both who announced coaching changes earlier this month.

Bryant also speaks on some of the top assistants in the sport and who could be in line for future Division I coaching openings.

Brisco, who follows college wrestling whenever he gets a chance, is the President of the selection committee for the George Tragos/Lou Thesz Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame, which is based inside the Dan Gable Museum in Waterloo, Iowa.

An Oklahoma State alum, Brisco can be found at college wrestling events nationwide scouting talent for the WWE, which he is still affiliated with.

Brisco speaks on Randy Couture, Jim Ross and the upcoming inductions for the Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame in July as well as Diamond Dallas Page receiving the Frank Gotch Award. Brisco even speaks on Page's DDP Yoga program.

Brisco follows his son Wes, who was a guest on last week's program. Brisco also speaks on the importance and relevance of Oklahoma great Dan Hodge.