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Guest Host: Steve Roberts
Thirty years ago, Joe Ehrmann was a star player with the Baltimore Colts, and Jeffrey Marx was a young football fan. Today, Ehrmann coaches football at a prep school, and Marx is an award-winning journalist. The two men talk about Ehrmann’s approach to shaping young men’s athletic skills and characters.
- Jeffrey Marx author, "Season of Life," and youngest-ever recipient of the Pulitzer Prize in investigative journalism.
- Joe Ehrmann Former pro football player, currently an ordained minister and high school football coach.
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