Real Deal with Josh Benjamin: Becoming a college athlete!
We know you often ask yourself how you can finish school projects on time, how you can manage your student loan, and even how you can learn the lessons and enjoy college life at the same time. Those questions usually bother every freshman. We can’t answer everything, but we’ll try to answer the last question: How to learn the lessons and enjoy the college life at the same time. The answer? Be an athlete!
This week’s topic will be about what it takes to become a collegiate athlete. Our discussions will venture to both the athletic and academic sides to make the complete student/athlete at the college level. One of the guests this week will be Brad Stoneking. He is the principal at South Dearborn High School. Brad was a student/athlete while attending Franklin College. He will discuss the academic portion as well as his experience being a college athlete. Our other guest is Franklin College Head Football Coach, Mike Leonard. He has been the head coach at Franklin since 2003 and coached football at several other institutions and at different college levels. Coach Leonard will give insight on what a college coach wants in a student/athlete and will tell us his personal experiences being a college athlete as well. Just another week of great guests, insight, and advice for our listeners on Real Deal!!
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