Ohio State men’s basketball beat writer Adam Jardy talks about recruiting and what we could potentially expect to see in the upcoming weeks. Next we further discuss an interesting interview with former Ohio State basketball player Connor Fulton and get to hear what his plans for the future are.
Ohio State men’s basketball | Walk-on Connor Fulton to model, seek pro career in Japan
Hockey pro Will Smith suffered a gruesome injury during a game between the Peoria Rivermen and the Pensacola Ice Flyers last March in Pensacola. Smith's ankle was sliced open by a skate, leaving a four-inch gash that spewed blood all over the ice as emergency personnel sprang into action. Smith has since recovered fully and has re-signed with the Rivermen for the 2018-19 season.
Texas beat writer Brian Davis joins Cedric Golden and Kirk Bohls to discuss his biggest concerns surrounding Texas football with the season opener coming up against Maryland on August 30. Plus he gives us a glimpse of what’s going on with Texas basketball entering Shaka Smart’s third year. Also, soccer beat writer Kevin Lyttle breaks down what happens next now that Austin has landed a MLS franchise.
Cecil Hurt and Ben Jones talk about the storylines to watch for Alabama's second and final scrimmage of fall camp on Saturday. The quarterback battle and questions about the secondary and offensive line all figure prominently in the discussion for the scrimmage.
Daniel Jones and Cameron Teague Robinson hone in on Missouri's quarterbacks and running backs, describing the major contributors with three words each (and an explantion for why those three words). Featured in this podcast: Drew Lock, Lindsey Scott Jr., Larry Rountree III, Damarea Crockett, Tyler Badie.
Ohio State football beat reporters Tim May and Bill Rabinowitz on the latest in the Urban Meyer investigation, their takes on how it might come down, then -- yes -- conversation about the football team and consternation of yet being able to speak with at least acting head coach Ryan Day.
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On this week's episode, Travis and Greg go through their "four downs" of the week, look back at the first scrimmage of the season and talk about their takeaways from camp and game action that could promise a successful season for the Eagles.
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Lots to chat about in the world of UNCW sports this week, including new rules in NCAA basketball recruiting, the women's basketball schedule and some new staffers. Plus, we caught up with women's soccer coach Chris Neal and junior player Ashley Johnson to talk about the Seahawks upcoming season. Also, Michael provides food insight for Greensboro and much more.
Lubbock Avalanche-Journal sports editor Carlos Silva Jr. spoke with Texas Tech co-defensive coordinator/linebackers coach Zac Spavital. In the discussion, Spavital discusses the important of experience and depth, among other things, with his position group.
Pat talks about questions he gets speaking to Gator groups. They include: Who's the starting QB? And will special teams be better? He also talks with former UF tightend (and current sideline reporter) Tate Casey.
Inspired by Todd Gurley's appearance on Family Feud, Marc Weiszer and Ryne Dennis discuss the five positions Georgia feels best and worst about entering the season. They'll also discuss the impact of Demetris Robertson after he was granted an NCAA waiver to play this season, and their takeaways from the Bulldogs' first preseason scrimmage.
Cecil Hurt and Ben Jones talk about five players who are taking on bigger roles for this season that will make their names known by the end of the season. That includes a defensive back, two true freshmen, a defensive lineman and a tight end due for a bigger role.
The Tribune sports department gives a quick update on Missouri football camp. Then sports editor Garrick Hodge makes good on a bet he lost about the NBA Draft by answering trivia questions and trying to avoid eating, er, unique specialties from the grocery store.
Ohio State men’s basketball beat writer Adam Jardy provides an update of how the basketball team is doing in Spain and how the games have been going. Next we discuss the latest in recruiting and what has recently changed. Finally we answer listener submitted questions via Twitter.