Best-selling author, award-winning business strategist and Hall of Fame Head coach J. David Miller is the anchor of the weekly Howl & Prowl Coach's Show. Miller can be heard live each Wednesday night at 6 p.m. PDT on the 'Howl & Prowl' Coach's Show, where he is joined by Matt McKay, "The Voice of the SoCal Coyotes," and analyst Sam Maggio.
This dynamic show frequently features celebrity guests, athletes, and topics, and is an entertaining mix of interviews, calls, emails, and texts. The program is heavily laced with the mission and ministry of the SoCal Coyotes, along with current events, thoughts and opinions.
Miller is president and head coach of the Palm Springs-based UFAL Champion SoCal Coyotes, the nation's only non-profit sports leadership organization that fields a professional football team. In 2013, the AAA Minor League Football Hall of Fame made him a unanimous selection for his "ongoing 30-year contribution to the sport as an author, administrator and coach."
Miller is widely known for his 13 books, including collaborations with numerous NFL coaches and players, including Jerry Glanville and NFL Hall of Famer and Super Bowl champion Hank Stram. Others include "Third and Long" with former Cardinals' All-Pro QB Neil Lomax; and "Hawaii Warrior Football" with current Southern Methodist head coach June Jones. He is the author of more than 1,000 published articles; the former pro football editor of SPORT magazine; and a frequent featured contributor to BleacherReport.com.
A former chief executive officer to three multi-million-dollar corporations, Miller has engineered numerous successful national marketing campaigns for other companies. He conceived, wrote, co-directed and produced three major infomercials, including one with NFL Legend and Hall-of-Famer Mike Ditka; another with Dr. Robert Voy, former Chief Medical Officer or the United States Olympic Committee; former CNN anchor Bella Shaw; and hosted two long-form shows on The Smart Heart Program and the Tampa Bay Storm of the Arena Football League.
Miller also served the five-time World Champion Tampa Bay Storm as Senior Vice President. His passion for Arena football dates back to the league's inception, where he played briefly for the Pittsburgh Gladiators under Western PA Hall of Famer Joe Haering.