RuggaMatrix America Podcasts
Gary Lambert was a force for the USA in the 1980s and 1990s, powering through opponents as an imposing flanker. His size and power as a loose forward made him a little ahead of his time, and he ranks as one of the true USA greats.
Joan Ryan studied what makes a championship baseball team succeed so much that she wrote a book about it.
We know all about the stats and the metrics, but what about leadership, locker room cohesion, and a united sense of purpose? What about the intangibles and team chemistry. That's what Ryan talks about with Bruce Mclane and the insights are fascinating.
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Bruce McLane brings in Mike Tolkin to chat with Phil Terrigno, Assistant Coach at Army West Point, to talk about an oft-overlooked area of the field—right in the middle.
How do you win the territory war between the ten-meter lines either side of halfway? Terrigno and Tolkin look at options, ideas, and tactics.
Lanny Bassham got a Silver Medal in the 1972 Olympics in competitive shooting (small bore rifle) but he knew that if he'd been more mentally disciplined and more mentally prepared, he could have won.
Remember, basketball came out of rugby, so there's a connection. Hugely successful Iona College basketball Head Coach Tim Cluess, who took his team to six NCAA tournaments in nine years, and won the MAAC conference six times, talks to Bruce McLane in a rare in intriguing interview.