For over 50 years, Mike Denney was in and around the sport of wrestling, teaching the next generations of wrestlers and coaches. A seven-time national championship winning coach at the Division II level, Denney announced his retirement this past spring after serving the last 12 years at Maryville University in Missouri. Denney won seven titles at Nebraska-Omaha before the program was dropped the night his program won their third straight title for the second time in school history. “That other place” will honor the 2011 NCAA Division II championship team in October during the Omaha-Niagara hockey game. Coach Denney talks about the healing process the current administration at UNO is offering and some interesting stories about how Maryville got Denney’s old mats when they were launching the program. Join Kyle Klingman and Andy Hamilton as they talk about the world of wrestling on the flagship podcast of Trackwrestling.com from FloSports.
0:30 – Andy is extra lean. He’s been working out.
2:25 – Stopping over at North Central College and Andy doesn’t have the cannon he used to.
3:30 – Kyle’s tempered rant … again.
5:45 – Touching on the Nebraska-Omaha drop from 2011. People are still angry.
9:40 – Who’s #1 recap.
12:45 – Andy’s thoughts on participation numbers at the high school level.
18:15 – Cliff Keen Athletic
18:50 – Mike Denney Interview
1:00:00 – Cliff Keen Athletic
1:01:00 – Show Wrap-Up