Remember the show on MTV back in 2006 called, “Two-A-Days”? It was reality show that focused on the members of the school's highly-rated Hoover football team during the football season, while they balanced athletics with school and relationships. Only 2 season of the show aired due to controversy over allegations of wrongdoings in its athletic program.

Its been 7 years since the show debuted, so where is the cast now!

Alex Binder


After high school he went on to Bevill State Community College then got arrested for breaking into a car. He started dating Danielle Martin in his senior year on high school as we saw. He then married her after she got pregnant. Since then they got divorced but they seem to be friends according to his twitter



Kristin Boyle


She graduated from the University of Alabama and now works in accounting. She is also a newlywed her pinterest is here




Max Lerner


He went on to Furman University to play football. According to his linkedin account here he is now an account manager in Atlanta for Georgia Duplicating Products.




Ross Wilson



Went on to season 2 then University of Alabama to play baseball. He is now in the minor leagues with the Jupiter Hammerheads and recently married his high school sweetheart Elliot Mayson.



Dwarn "Repete" Smith


Went to Auburn as a walk on football player then transferred to Jacksonville State. Not much else is known on him. He now lives in Birmingham, Alabama according to his facebook page.




John "Goose" Dunham


He went on to the University of Alabama to major in chemical engineering and not play football. He lost about 80 pounds and claimed in an interview that him and Kristin were just friends and he did not have a crush on her. According to his linkedin he is a shift supervisor at International Paper in Montgomery Alabama.



Cornelius Williams


He played football at Troy University then South Alabama. He now coaches wide receivers at Jacksonville State.




Coach Rush Propst


During his tenure at Hoover, Propst was a frequent target of critics. But in June 2007, the criticism became more vocal and more formal. On October 30, 2007, Propst announced that he would resign. He is now the head football coach at Colquitt County High School in Moultrie, Georgia.