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The Rundown | September 7th, 2017

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Today on the Todd and Don Show:


We discuss the Mopac Improvement project and the success it has enjoyed since its 2015 completion date… oh wait. The media team for the project claim that there is a light at the end of the tunnel, they just don’t realize that those headlights are from the wrong way driver that is CH2M.


Brian Kilmead joined Todd and Don ahead of his live broadcast from the #newsradioKLBJ studios. I think he genuinely bonded with Todd and Don, kinda. We had fun and we looked forward to his broadcast later in the day.


Do you think that football coaches are worth more than a standard teacher? Today Todd and Don discuss a new report that finds the average salary for a football coach is $98,000. We ask Austin to react and the defensive line came to the rescue.  The general feeling of people calling in was that football encourages people to become better people and teaches them how to focus and accomplish goals. I don’t understand the craze as I come from Los Angeles where we have a healthy fear of head trauma from football (GO BLUE.) I think that, yes coaches are dedicated to their athletes, just please don’t make them teach sex ED. Coaches do not make for the most comfortable speakers about that special time when a teenagers become young adults.


Today on Trump Tweets it’s the battle of the.... billionaires. We pit Trump vs Sir Richard Branson.


Listen to the entire show here.  

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