"This Week in the IFL" Week 13 Now Live

"This Week in the IFL" Week 13 Now Live

A new episode of the IFL's podcast, "This Week in the IFL", is now available, featuring interviews with Green Bay Blizzard WR Jack Bramswig and Arizona Rattlers DB Adam Sauder

The podcast can be found on the homepage of the IFL website by clicking on the "Radio" ad. In addition, the PodOMatic app can be downloaded in the Apple Store of on Google Play. 

Click here to listen to this week's show. http://www.goifl.com/radio

Puska's first guest is Green Bay Blizzard WR Jack Bramswig. Over the last several weeks Bramswig has established himself an an explosive big play receiver for the Blizzard. The second-year WR has had touchdown catches of 45, 29 and 20 yards during that span. His big play ability has helped the Blizzard rack up points early in the game as he has scored a touchdown in the first quarter in two of his last three games. Bramswig is second on the Blizzard with 13 receptions for 262 yards and five touchdowns Puska talks with Bramswig about the the team's dynamic passing offense, the team's recent close games and the upcoming home matchup vs the Sioux Falls Storm.

Puska's second guest is Arizona Rattlers DB Adam Sauder. After starting the season 0-2, the Rattlers are now in second place in the Intense Conference with a 6-4 record. The team has rebound with a classic approach to football: run the ball and play good defense. Sauder has helped the Rattlers achieve the later as he leads the team in tackles with 66 and also has two fumble recoveries and five pass breakups. Puska discusses with the Sauder the adjustment the Rattlers made after early season miscues, the team solidifying defense and the team's upcoming matchup vs the conference-leading Spokane Empire 

"This Week in the IFL" is brought to you by Puska Media Services. The episode is now available and can be found in a number of locations including, www. Puskamediaservices.com, the Apple Store, Google Play, and of course, www.goifl.com , the official home of the Indoor Football League.