#10 - Drew Dougherty; Soccer Dad Advice; Personal Responsibility
No Layups with David Nuño and Raheel Ramzanali
It's NFL Sunday and the guys are doing their typical non-football preview of the games with Drew Dougherty of HoustonTexans.com and the Drew's Dozen podcast. The guys talk about the NBA Conference Finals, Texans vs Ravens, Soccer Dad advice, and so much more!!
Drew Dougherty is host of Texans TV and Senior Integrated Media Manger for the NFL's Houston Texans. He and Nick Scurfield worked together from 2009-13. Drew has been with the Texans since 2009, serving as on-air talent for video on HoustonTexans.com and earning the team's "Spirit of the Bull" employee of the year award in 2019. He can be heard and seen on all team-related shows including "Texans Extra Points", "Texans 360" and "Texans Buzz" on ABC-13 (KTRK), SportsRadio 610 AM (KILT) and the pregame, halftime and postgame shows on the video board at NRG Stadium. A Houston native, he graduated from Strake Jesuit College Preparatory and SMU. In this episode, Drew gives insights into COVID-19's effect on the sports world, the 2020 NFL Draft and stories from his time with the Texans and in Lubbock with Texas Tech coaches Mike Leach and Bobby Knight. Find out more at https://scurf-show.pinecast.co
Ep. 67: ESPN’s Sam Khan Jr. on college football; Texans TV’s Drew Dougherty; Chron’s Hunter Atkins
The Weekly Brew
Friend of the show, Hunter Atkins, Chronicle enterprise sports writer, joins to discuss a wide range of sports topic, and he brings along some of his big-name friends, like Tim Kurkjian, Doc Rivers and Matthew McConaughey, who weigh in on the continuing Art Briles controversy, the Rockets’ performance in the early NBA season, Texas Football and more. Drew Dougherty, of Texans TV, joins to discuss Andre Johnson and Arian Foster in the wake of their respective retirements. Finally, ESPN’s Sam Khan joins us - prior to A&M’s perplexing loss to Mississippi State, though he seemed to foresee some bumps in the road for the Aggies - to talk college football and especially life in the SEC.