Nateland | Ep #23 – Clutch Performances

What qualifies as a clutch performance? How do some people have the ability to rise to the occasion and stay cool under the most stressful of circumstances? This episode, we discuss some of the great clutch performances in history. It’s not just sports figures. We look at politicians, celebrities, and every day heroes who had what it took to get the job done.

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5:16 – Comment Roundup
25:39 – Weekend Recap – Thanksgiving
29:57 – Vandy’s female football kicker, Sarah Fuller
37:53 – Molly’s Game, Wikipedia and Dog Masks
48:41 – Personal Clutch Performances
53:20 – What Traits Lead To Getting “In The Flow”?
1:00:03 – Tyson vs Jones Jr. Fight
1:04:01 – President Bush’s post-9/11 first pitch
1:13:15 – Miracle on the Hudson
1:21:41 – The Who’s last minute replacement drummer and a real life Spiderman
1:27:15 – The Bystander Effect
1:34:57 – Sports Clutch Performances
1:41:10 – Do Comedians Have Clutch Performances?
1:50:19 – What will be the first big moment in sports post-Covid?

Co-hosts: Brian Bates ( & Aaron Weber (

Podcast produced by Nateland Productions, Nate & Laura Bargatze
Recording and Editing by Genovations Media
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