We're back for week two and what an exciting weekend it was, the Pike County Bowl was a wild ride, and we're here to bring you updates and details on all of it.

In this Episode Randy, Wes and Josh take a trip up to Shelby Valley for the recording of the podcast during a Wildcats practice as well as an interview with Shelby Valley's Dalton Mead, Peyton Blackburn, Jordan Little and Christian Lowe, as well as Offensive Coordinator Tyler Johnson, Defensive Coordinator Daniel Harmon and head coach Anthony Hampton.

The Guys are also back with our newsegment "Talkin' Picks" and talk a little bit about the upcoming Pikeville Panthers at Paintsville Tigers.

Make sure to be following us on twitter for instant highlights, photos of games from around the area, local sports stories from the Appalachian News-Express, The Paintsville Herald, Floyd Chronicle & Times, Hazard Herald and the Mingo Messenger.

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