High level athletes leverage athletic ability and an elite mindset to make it to the top. Frank Dalena sits down the athletes we watch on TV, draft to our fantasy teams and cheer for in big games to discuss how that same elite mindset has helped them in business, investing, helping their community, and chasing greatness as a human. Tune in Thursday mornings to hear how today's high level athletes Bring The Juice.


Davontae Harris

Natalie Benson

Fresno State's very own women's water polo coach slides on the pod. Being an Olympian and a winner of the NCAA national championship for women's water polo, Natalie has had a decretive career. Natalie is very familiar with the winning culture and losing isn't even in her vocabulary. Natalie talks about her experience as an Olympian and what that atmosphere was like. As if being an Olympian wasn't enough Natalie red shirted one year at UCLA to participate in the Olympics one year and came back the following year to win a NCAA national championship. With her approach to the sport and the mental fortitude she had she was the perfect fit for the dogs. Natalie is looking to continue her winning streak and continues to be a beast in all she does. Natalie BRINGS THE JUICE!!!

Malik Sherrod

Fresno State's very own Malik Sherrod come onto the pod. Malik had been a bulldog for four years and is now headed into his 5th year option due to covid. Malik has some serious goals for the upcoming season to reach that next level of greatness. Malik is just realizing he is now one of the Vets of the team and the younger guys are now coming to him. Later in the episode Malik thinks back on some memories and what is the best advice he has received from Jeff Tedford. With this chapter of life coming to an end and getting ready for a new one, Malik is gonna BRING THE JUICE wherever he goes!

Sean Fair

Foyesade Oluokun

NFL Linebacker Foyesade Oluokun slides on the pod. Foyesade has played with the Atlanta Falcons and the Jacksonville Jaguars. Being an absolute beast on the field and constantly grinding to reach a new level. Foyesade talks about how he deals with adversity and challenges, and what is his drive for striving for greatness. An absolute dawg and a force to be reckoned with. Foyesade Oluokun definetly brings the juice everywhere he goes!

Guy Haberman

Sports media personality and podcaster Guy Haberman slides on the pod bringing good vibes and insight on the announcer world. Guy talks about some of his favorite college moments and what announcers he has learned from in order to embrace his own identity in the sports media world. He dives into what he does to prepare for games and his insider way to organize his notes to optimize his game. Throughout the episode Guy asks Frank some trivia and about the future of Bring the Juice. Energy is high and the JUICE was brought.

Malik Jefferson

Lorenzo Neal

NFL legend Lorenzo Neal joins the pod. Being an all-time great fullback playing for teams such as the Saints, Chargers, Titans, and the Bengals. Coming from our very own Fresno state Lorenzo is a valley legend and he talks about his experience attending Fresno State. Once he went on to the NFL it was all up from there, he played all legendary runningbacks, Eddie George, Warrick Dunn, Cory Dillion, Mike Alstott, and Hall of Famer LaDainian Tomlinson. Lorenzo reflects on some of his best memories in the NFL and the honor of inducteeing LT in the Hall of Fame. Although Lorenzo had a decretive career he still faced uphill battles, he talks about his motivation and what allowed him to strive for greatness. Lorenzo also talks about his life after football and the success he found in it. All through the episode Lorenzo is dropping some heat about going through life. Lorenzo BRINGS THE JUICE on a whole new level!

Tyler Scott

Bear wide receiver Tyler Scott comes on the pod to break down his journey. Tyler talks about the biggest differences from college to the NFL and how he had to adjust to that next level. Play D1 at the university of Cincinnati Tyler Scott talks about fall camps and the grind it was to make it through them, pressing his way through the camps and training like a pro though definitely made the transition a lot smoother. Playing D1 football and now playing in the NFL Tyler talks about what motivates him and gets him hyped to stay on his grind to chase greatness. Tune in for an episode of JUICE!

Andrew Sendejo