10 Tampa Bay anchor Ryan Bass and Rob Higgins, president/CEO of the Super Bowl LV Host Committee, welcome Buccaneers wide receiver Chris Godwin to the podcast to discuss his offseason, working out with Tom Brady at Berkeley Prep, his tandem with Mike Evans, what life has been like during COVID-19 and more! The guys also discuss Rob's viral vase, thanks to Room Rater! And what's on the horizon with Super Bowl 55 just 230+ days away!
Ep. 23: How to plan the Super Bowl of political events with Ken Jones and why July could be a big month for us!
10 Tampa Bay anchor Ryan Bass and Rob Higgins, president/CEO of the Super Bowl LV Host Committee, discuss the regional effort of Super Bowl 55 and how Pasco County will be featured! Also, Ken Jones joins the guys. He was the head of the host committee for the Republican National Convention when it was in Tampa in 2012. Jones discusses the logistics of planning a massive event and how it compares to gearing up for a Super Bowl. Also, July is gearing up to be a big month for announcements!
Ep. 22: WWE superstar Titus O’Neil on ending racism in America and a memorable unity walk with USF’s K.J. Sails
10 Tampa Bay anchor Ryan Bass and Rob Higgins, president/CEO of the Super Bowl LV Host Committee, bring in WWE superstar Titus O'Neil to get his thoughts on the Black Lives Matter movement in America. USF's K.J. Sails and Jordan McCloud also chat with Ryan and Rob about K.J.'s unity walk and their collective drive to move Tampa Bay forward. Rob also gives an update of what's being worked on with Super Bowl 55 just over 240 days away!
Ep. 21: A candid conversation on the Black Lives Matter movement with 10 Tampa Bay’s Carolina Leid and Dr. Richard Lapchick’s lifetime of fighting racism
10 Tampa Bay anchor Ryan Bass is joined by his evening co-anchor Carolina Leid, who's filling in for Rob Higgins this week. They discuss Carolina's experience covering a Super Bowl, as well as a candid conversation about the Black Lives Movement across the country. Ryan also interviews Dr. Richard Lapchick, the director of the The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport at UCF and a human activist who's spent 60 years fighting against racism around the world. Dr. Lapchick discusses his own history of dealing with racism, why this cry for change is different from others and how sports serves as an important piece of cultural change.