The Casey McLain Show

53: Former QB for the Washington Huskies, Johnny Durocher

Casey is joined by Johnny Durocher. Durocher was a quarterback for the Washington Huskies during one of the only extended downturns in the history of the program. In 2006 he backed up Isaiah Stanback and Carl Bonnell, and in a November game against Stanford, Durocher threw an interception, and while trying to make a tackle on the return, Durocher was blocked and sustained a concussion. During a routine brain scan that followed, doctors discovered a brain tumor the size of a golf ball. Durocher’s career as a UW quarterback was over, but his involvement with football was still in its infancy. Hear about what he’s been doing since then on this episode of the Casey McLain show.

Check out Johnny’s football academy here at Rise Football Academy

12 months ago
The Casey McLain Show

49: Richard Sherman’s Injury, Russell Wilson, and Concussion Protocol with Matt Mikolas (Slickhawk) of KJR-AM

Casey is joined by Matt Mikolas of KJR-AM in Seattle to talk about the Seahawks victory over the Arizona Cardinals. The Seahawks won, but they lost considerably, losing their All Pro, All World corner back Richard Sherman, and likely some money after rushing Russell Wilson through concussion protocol.

1 year ago