Episode 12 – Cardo’s Family Fun Center SVC Sports Talk 121911

In this week’s episode of The Cardo’s Family Fun Center SVC Sports Talk Podcast Show, SVCsportszone.com’s Shayne Combs and Eric Snyder respond to a variety of questions that have come into the website through emails, phone calls, and post-game interviews.

Included in this episode is a call from Collin Hill of the Unioto Student Section where he questions the biggest momentum changer in today’s game.

On the girls’ side, we hear from Adena coach Jeran Cox and Piketon coach Brett Coreno following their Tuesday night battle this past week. The show also hears from Zane Trace coach Joe Dunkle as his squad had a nice bounce-back week winning two SVC games.

For boys, Shayne and Eric take a look at the huge Unioto/Huntington match-up by looking back at how these two teams stayed perfect in the previous week. The show also allows fans a chance to hear from Unioto point guard Cole Murray as he talked about the role of the point guard following his team’s big Friday night win over Zane Trace.

Finally, Shayne and Eric get out in transition for this week’s version of the Fast Break. This week’s questions focus on a variety of players that stuff the stat sheet, provide serious match-up problems, and perhaps were a little overlooked in this year’s preseason discussion.

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