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Can’t Stop the Chop


(PALM SPRINGS) — Hilarious veteran Coyote center Brian “Porkchop” Gollnick will join star radio host Julie Buehler today on the weekly installment of “Paw Patrol” at 12:15 p.m. on 1010 AM, KXPS.

The show can be heard around the world at www.team1010.com by simply clicking “listen live.”

Porkchop is a fan favorite, and at 6-3, 335 pounds, one of the smaller members of the Coyote offensive line. He has anchored the Coyotes offensive line since their inception, and was responsible for landing the team’s first sponsorship and playing field with the Soboba Casino in 2012.

At age 39, he is the team’s elder spokesman, and rumor has it he could tell whose hands were quarterback Nate Lewis’s without turning around.

Porkchop’s sense of humor is renowned, and many of his quips and quotes can be found littered throughout the annals of the Coyote Facebook page. Among the best?

“I just completed my first puzzle in record time,” he said after one victory. “I did it in a month, and the box said ‘2-3 years’.”

Porkchop is known to have an affinity for gummy bears (he claims they give him ‘super powers’) and comic books. He has ideas for a movie and, at even at his age is committed to winning one more championship.

“People forget he’s a dominant center, too,” said head coach J. David Miller. “He hasn’t been beaten once all season, and he’s been a tremendous leader in helping the transition of new quarterback Mondo Delgado Jr.”

The Coyotes went to 6-2 on the year after winning Sunday against the Rush in Vegas (game story is on Facebook). Monday, their record went to 8-2 when the Wild West Football League informed them that both scheduled games against the Arizona Firekats had been forfeited by Arizona.

The Coyotes are fighting their way back into the playoffs and a third shot at the Las Vegas Trojans for the WWFL title.

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