Longtime San Francisco acting coach Bobby Weinapple breaks down the 49ers fast start and how his life may have been spared by getting ready to watch Game 1 of the 1989 World Series on the 30th anniversary of the Loma Prieta Earthquake. The New York native reflects on the glory years including the “Miracle Mets, the Jets Superbowl victory and star-studded Knicks teams of the late ’60s and early 70s–shaping his lifetime of sports fandom. Weinapple discusses the transition from struggling athlete to performing arts and includes his favorite actors in the business.

Sacramento State QB Kevin Thomsen

In the second segment, Sacramento State quarterback Kevin Thomsen explains his gratitude for getting a second chance and how he overcome injury to become one of the top players in the Big Sky Conference. Ranked for the first time since 2011, Thomsen and the Hornets continue preparation for the showdown with Montana in what’s being called the biggest home game in the history of the university.

How Sports Saved a Acting Coach from Loma Prieta Quake and Sac State QB Kevin Thomsen on Rebirth of Hornet Football

 
 
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October 17, 2019

How Sports Saved a Acting Coach from Loma Prieta Quake and Sac State QB Kevin Thomsen on Rebirth of Hornet Football

Longtime San Francisco acting coach Bobby Weinapple breaks down the 49ers fast start and how his life may have been spared by getting ready to watch […]
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