Former PGA TOUR winner and University of Texas alum Mark Brooks joins The Engel Angle to discuss the game, his remarkable PGA TOUR record, and expresses his thoughts on the new Saudi-backed LIV Golf Series Invitational. Brooks has a new encompassing golf experience, 803 Golf, where a golfer can stay overnight and get first-hand golf […]
Mike Bibby was the 2nd overall pick in the 1998 NBA Draft, and he played in the league through 2012. He was the starting point guard for a Sacramento Kings team in 2002 that lost to the Kobe Bryant/Shaquille O’Neal L.A. Lakers in the Western Conference Finals that was one of the best playoff series in […]
Holocaust survivor Tibor Spitz was born and raised in Czechoslovakia. He lived there during WWII, and avoided a near certain death when his family fled to live in a forest. After the war ended, he remained in Czechoslovakia and became an engineer. He eventually escaped communist Soviet Union in the 1960s, and settled in upstate New […]
Baseball Hall of Famer John Smoltz is one of the best analysts in sports TV. The former Atlanta Braves All-Star sounds off on the state of youth sports, specifically baseball, destroys pitch counts, and reveals the toughest hitter he ever faced.
Bianca Belair wasn’t comfortable with the question about Will Smith and Chris Rock, but one of WWE’s biggest stars was comfortable with the rest. Also, Mac Engel addresses the crisis in men’s locker rooms: Full front male nudity.
Before his book “Showtime” on the 1980s era L.A. Lakers became the inspiration for the new hit HBO series, “Winning Time,” Jeff Pearlman was established as one of the best sports journalists around. He is a New York Times best-selling author who has written some of the best sports books this century; those include “Boys […]
A three-time Super Bowl winner and Pro Football Hall of Famer, Troy talks about making beer, having lunch with Roger Staubach before the playoffs, the value of hand written notes, and the talent he always wanted.
DFW sports media king Randy Galloway talks about retirement, if he misses the job, his run in with Deion Sanders, chatting 1 on 1 with Muhammad Ali, visiting the Oval Office, covering Ted Williams, and his favorite interview.
Mac Engel talks to Major Attaway, a veteran of stage, TV and voice actor who with more than 1,500 appearances in Disney’s Broadway production of Aladin is its longest tenured Genie. Engel also provides a Valentine’s Day anecdote about the time he received a Valentine’s Day from … a teacher.