Lance Zierlein comes from a football family with a father who coached on the college and pro level for 32 years and a brother who played and coaches football. As a handicapper, fantasy football writer, radio host and NFL Draft expert, Zierlein has one of the most unique perspectives of anyone in the football business.
While Zierlein has a background in handicapping, fantasy football and the NFL Draft, most people in Houston have known Zierlein since 1997 when he began co-hosting what became the most popular and longest lasting sports talk show in the market. His morning show was named "Best Sports Talk Show" three times by the Houston Press and featured some of the biggest names in the game.
A veteran of Houston sports broadcasting, Adam Clanton has lived in the Bayou City since he was 8 years old. From Buffalo to Clutch City and all points in between, he's witnessed some of the city's most vivid sports moments right along with you. He'll be the first to tell you he's a fan of the hometown teams, but isn't afraid to call them out when necessary. A former television sports anchor and producer, Clanton has also made stops at several sports talk stations in town before finding a home at The Mothership. One of the 10 remaining diehard NBA fans on the planet, he thinks the Dream Shake is a work of art and won't stand for any asterisks on the Rockets' two championships. He also has a fundamental problem with David Carr possessing a Super Bowl ring. He is a firm believer that "NYPD Blue" is the greatest police drama in the history of television. This is not up for discussion. You can drop him a line on Twitter @adamclanton.