Today's Podcast News
Gene Williams On Who He Thinks Will Be The Most Successful Florida State Draftees Gene Williams of Warchant.com joined Mike and Jerry to talk Jameis Winston and preview his favorite FSU draftees entering the NFL this year. Who are
Frank Schwab On The Potential For Mariota Vs. Winston In Tampa Bay Week 1 Frank Schwab of Yahoo Sports joined Mike and Jerry today to about the NFL releasing the 2015-2016 schedule and potential Mariota vs. Winston debut week
Forget the Manny Pacquiao, Floyd Weather championship bout, it is not the biggest sports fight over the year. The battle between the Walt Disney Company and Verizon may indeed be the biggest story of the year. If Verizon is
ELO Online: 2015 NCAA Softball Tournament Projections: Who’s In, Who’s Out? Congratulations to Oklahoma’s Lauren Chamberlain who is now tied for the NCAA all-time Home Run record with hitting her 90th career home run in Saturday’s win over Baylor. Chamberlain tied former
Eric Lopez projects the field of 64 in College Baseball.
Roger Mooney On Chris Archer’s Need To Continue Carrying This Rays Rotation Roger Mooney of The Tampa Tribune was with Tom Veit today to preview the Rays vs. Red Sox series and talk about pitcher Chris Archer’s consistency. So
Sean Deveney On The Bulls Chances Against Lebron And The Cavaliers Sporting News’ Sean Deveney joined Tom Veit to talk about the NBA Playoffs and give some of his East and West dark horses including the Chicago Bulls. Where
Glenn Moore Talks Cleveland Cavs And The Lebron/Kevin Love Relationship Glenn Moore of MooreGlenn.com was on The Tuck and O’Neill Show today to talk about the Cavs in the NBA Playoffs and the Kevin Love and Lebron James relationship.
Brent Beaird Talking College Football News And Nick Saban’s Open QB Job Brent Beaird of College Sports Notebook was with Mike and Jerry for his weekly CFB update and talked about Alabama and Nick Saban still lacking a starting
The NBA is about ready to receive a cash infusion, a big time cash infusion. In about 18 months much larger payments from Turner Sports and Disney’s ESPN will be delivered to the league, who in turn will distribute