Two weeks after the NFL Draft, the Houston Texans received some love during segment 1.
Former Texas Longhorns defensive lineman great, Charles Omenihu made a surprise visit to the Man Cave for the 1st time. The 3rd year Houston Texans defensive lineman joined a long time friend of Clynch, Drew Dougherty in segment one.
Dougherty and Clynch date back to their days in local tv sportscasting. Dougherty was the sports director at the Fox affiliate in Lubbock and Clynch was a sports reporter/anchor at the Fox affiliate in Oklahoma City.
Dougherty has been the face of Houston Texans TV and the franchise's digital platform since 2009.
Follow Drew: https://twitter.com/DoughertyDrew
Omenihu surprised Dougherty since Covid limited their interactions as employees of the same franchise.
Charles or #94 looks to become a leader of the Texans' defense. Last season, Omenihu posted 4.5 sacks and 5 tackles for loss.
Follow Charles: https://twitter.com/charless_94
Both Omenihu and Dougherty discussed the transition of the team without J.J. Watt and the expectations of the team in 2021.
Both delivered entertaining Jim Saxton State Farm Insurance "Man Cave Stories".
During the middle segment:
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In segment two, the Man Cave boys discussed the Texas Longhorns baseball team re-establishing themselves as a national top 5 team after nearly sweeping then 3rd ranked TCU.
Actor/comedian, Jamie Foxx (who is from and played high school for in Terrell, Texas) recently impersonated a stereotypical high school football while visiting Georgia Tech University.
Follow Jamie: https://twitter.com/iamjamiefoxx
The boys had a field day with this and going as far as defending Foxx as "underrated" according to Hardball Hardge.
A tribute to the younger brother of former Texas Longhorns quarterback, Sam Ehlinger recently passed away. The boys honored Jake Ehlinger and the Ehlinger family with a discussion about this tragic loss.
The boys closed it out with some positivity with the "Tell Me Something Good" segment.
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