Mack Brown is a former college football coach at the University of Texas, North Carolina, Tulane, and Appalachian State. He finished his coaching career at Texas with 1 National Championship, 2 Big 12 Championships, and the 2005 Paul “Bear” Bryant award as the college football coach of the year. Mack stopped by Lance’s to catch up on: Football, commentating for ESPN, Matthew McConaughey, charitable work and much more.
Michael Morton was a grocery store manager who was wrongfully convicted of his wife’s murder in 1986. He served 25 years in prison before being exonerated by DNA evidence in 2011. Michael sat down with Lance to discuss his story including: prison, revenge, forgiveness, and what he’s doing now.
Ricky Williams is a former NFL running back who played for the New Orleans Saints, Miami Dolphins and Baltimore Ravens during his time in the league. He was a Heisman Trophy winning All American while at the University of Texas where he broke the NCAA Career rushing yards record. He is an outspoken advocate for marijuana, a yoga instructor, a vegan and is currently finishing up his psychology degree at the University of Texas. Ricky sat down with Lance to talk about topics including: injuries in the NFL, drug use by athletes, parenting, being an individual and much more.
Malcolm Gladwell is best know for his work as an author including five New York Times Best Sellers: The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference (2000), Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking (2005), Outliers: The Story of Success (2008), What the Dog Saw: And Other Adventures (2009), and David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants (2013). He has been a staff writer for the New Yorker since 1996 and is also the host of one of the most popular podcasts: Revisionist History. Malcolm sat down with Lance in New York for an engaging discussion on a variety of topics including: the order of triathlon events, sports nutrition, the use of power meters in cycling, Edward Snowden, and much more.
Senator Wendy Davis is a Democratic politician from Fort Worth, Texas best known for her 2013 eleven-hour-long filibuster to block a Senate bill which included restrictive abortion regulations. The filibuster garnered Senator Davis national notoriety which she propelled into her 2014 gubernatorial campaign. Senator Davis stopped by Lance’s to catch up on a variety of things including: growing up in Texas, her new women’s equality organization: Deeds Not Words, the 2016 United States Presidential Election and much more.