The BOSS Podcast (The Business Of Southern Sports)

D.J. Shockley - SEC Network College Football Analyst - 2005 SEC Championship Game MVP

May 09, 2020 Roger Manis
The BOSS Podcast (The Business Of Southern Sports)
D.J. Shockley - SEC Network College Football Analyst - 2005 SEC Championship Game MVP
Chapters
00:00:00
Welcome, and life during the pandemic
00:01:50
High School career - highly recruited
00:06:20
Mark Richt recruiting story
00:08:00
Loyalty - why he stayed at UGA
00:12:19
Today's SEC competition
00:14:15
Drafted by the Atlanta Falcons
00:18:15
Life as an NFL Back-up
00:20:50
Transitioning into broadcasting career
00:24:05
Leadership and Preparation
00:26:35
Various Broadcasting Jobs
00:28:30
Family Quarantining
00:31:00
What will football look like this season?
00:33:15
Herschel and the Heismans
The BOSS Podcast (The Business Of Southern Sports)
D.J. Shockley - SEC Network College Football Analyst - 2005 SEC Championship Game MVP
May 09, 2020
Roger Manis

D.J. Shockley currently works in television broadcasting as an analyst for the SEC Network, but he also does lots of other local television and digital things in his hometown market of Atlanta, Georgia.

Shockley was a highly recruited quarterback out of high school, then starred in the position at the University of Georgia. A pro football career followed with the Atlanta Falcons before transitioning into his broadcasting career.

Shockley takes his business seriously, and he uses the skills he learned as an athlete like preparation to help him in his current career. 

In addition to talk of loyalty and leadership, we'll also get a funny story about his recruitment out of high school. We'll get another funny story about a friendly wager with a pro football teammate over a college football rivalry.

Show Notes Chapter Markers

D.J. Shockley currently works in television broadcasting as an analyst for the SEC Network, but he also does lots of other local television and digital things in his hometown market of Atlanta, Georgia.

Shockley was a highly recruited quarterback out of high school, then starred in the position at the University of Georgia. A pro football career followed with the Atlanta Falcons before transitioning into his broadcasting career.

Shockley takes his business seriously, and he uses the skills he learned as an athlete like preparation to help him in his current career. 

In addition to talk of loyalty and leadership, we'll also get a funny story about his recruitment out of high school. We'll get another funny story about a friendly wager with a pro football teammate over a college football rivalry.

Welcome, and life during the pandemic
High School career - highly recruited
Mark Richt recruiting story
Loyalty - why he stayed at UGA
Today's SEC competition
Drafted by the Atlanta Falcons
Life as an NFL Back-up
Transitioning into broadcasting career
Leadership and Preparation
Various Broadcasting Jobs
Family Quarantining
What will football look like this season?
Herschel and the Heismans