With 2019 now ended, I have moved the podcast to YouTube and discontinued it at Buzzsprout. Nothing against Buzzsprout, but the podcast just didn’t draw that much interest and I couldn’t see the point of continuing to pay for continued hosting. You can continue to support the podcast through donations and I’m working on advertising on the site.
This final episode of the podcast explores the impact that National Football League original team the Dayton Triangles and its members had on sports and the local community.listen to episode
Carl Storck sold the Dayton Triangles in 1930, but stayed in the National Football League as an executive. Eventually, he succeeded the late Joe Carr as NFL president, becoming the third, and last, head of the league before the commissioner era. This episode documents the two year period when the National Football League was headquartered in Dayton, Ohio.listen to episode
The Dayton Triangles, last founding members of the National Football League, struggle to survive as a road team in the late 1920s.listen to episode
I’ve just finished production on the final episode of the podcast and uploaded it to Buzzsprout. Season 2, Episode 10: “Endings” explores the impact of the Triangles and some of their players on both sports and the Dayton, Ohio community. The final episode is scheduled to drop on Thursday, October 17. I hope you’ll check it out.