Chase Parham spends an hour talking to Mississippi Today's Adam Ganucheau about the COVID-19 pandemic in Mississippi. They go through the state's response versus local responses and dive into how this affects healthcare, the economy, future restrictive measures and more. Chase also asks Adam about the Mississippi senate race between Mike Espy and incumbent Cindy Hyde-Smith.
Chase Parham and Neal McCready discuss Lane Kiffin's comments from the media teleconference on Tuesday. They look at some content from other sports publications and give some random thoughts from their days of social-distancing.
Chase Parham and Neal McCready have a lengthy conversation with SEC Network host and announcer Tom Hart, who has been paired with Andy Kennedy many times for SEC basketball. Tom also discusses Jordan Ta'amu, SEC football, Lane Kiffin and more.
Chase Parham and Neal McCready discuss the local restrictions in Oxford and what is in the essential and non-essential categories. They also give some overall thoughts on sports and timelines before spending a half hour with Ole Miss alum and singer Josh Kelley, who discusses his career in music, his time at Ole Miss, his pursuit of wife Katherine Heigl, adoption, coronavirus effects and much more.
Chase Parham and Neal McCready speak with Oxford mayor Robyn Tannehill about Oxford's response to COVID-19 and what's ahead locally. Then they discuss the Ole Miss football simulation bracket and more on this Friday show.
Chase Parham and Neal McCready speak with Jeffrey Wright about life right now given the caution being taken because of the coronavirus. Then, Chase and Neal lay out the seeds and format for a simulated bracket of the past 17 Ole Miss football teams.
Chase Parham and Neal McCready give the high points of a media teleconference with Keith Carter and Mike Bianco. They also pick out the first movie review (Days of Thunder) for the podcast and hit some news from around the world.
Chase Parham and Neal McCready go over cancelations and news related to COVID-19 over the weekend and discuss their schedule moving forward as far as time and content. Then they visit with Liberty head coach and former Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze, who goes over his time with the Rebels as far as memories, regrets, do-overs and much more. He also discusses how he's grown as a coach.
Chase Parham, Neal McCready and Jeffrey Wright -- for the first half of the show -- discuss all the sports changes occurring rapidly because of coronavirus. SEC baseball will proceed, as of now, without fans in stadiums, but professional sports could cause more severe changes.
Chase Parham and Neal McCready talk about Ole Miss' 15-game baseball winning streak that's now the longest in the country after the win over ULM Tuesday. Then, they get back into the coronavirus and how it impacts sports.
Chase Parham and Neal McCready talk Ole Miss baseball as the Rebels head to ULM for a two-game midweek swing. There's a lot of talk about the coronavirus and how it could affect local events and SEC sports.
Chase Parham and Neal McCready bring in Jeffrey Wright for his weekly visit, and they discuss many topics including the coronavirus' possible effect on sporting events, basketball and more. Then, Chase and Neal hit on some football news and the Ole Miss basketball win over Mizzou. They also debut the Specialty Orthopedic Group Ask An Ortho segment, with Dr. Ryves Moore explaining Tommy John and precautions for young pitchers.
Chase Parham and Neal McCready discuss some Ole Miss baseball and Ole Miss basketball before delving into MLB's successful decision to put microphones on players from spring training. That spins into a conversation about how to make TV more interesting in multiple sports.