Today's Podcast News
Andrea Adelson On The Amazing Showing For ACC Teams This Tournament Season Andrea Adelson of ESPN joined Mike and Jerry today to talk about the ACC going 11-1 in this year’s tournament & expectations entering the Sweet 16. 6
Roger Mooney On The Rays Pitching Staff Following Spring Training Injuries Roger Mooney of the Tampa Tribune joined Tom Veit today to talk about the Rays pitching staff following some Spring Training injuries & the season 2 weeks aways.
Ryan Fagan On Wichita St., West Virginia & The Potential For Cinderellas Ryan Fagan of Sporting News joined Tom Veit today to talk about the Wichita St. Shockers and the West Virginia Mountaineers. Could either team be this year’s
Mike Lefko Previews The Lady Bulls Vs. Louisville Mike Lefko is the voice of USF Women’s Basketball and he joined Tom Veit today to talk about the Lady Bulls fight to get to the Sweet Sixteen. Taking on an
Jon Hale On The Kentucky Wildcats’ Next 3 Tournament Match Ups Jon Hale of 24/7 Sports joined Mike and Jerry today to talk about the Kentucky Wildcats and their next 3 match ups. Could any of these teams take
Stu Sternberg’s quest for a new stadium for his Tampa Bay Rays could get harder if President Barack Obama has his way. In the President’s 2015 budget proposal, there is a provision that would change how stadiums or arenas
On the latest Sports Talk Florida Insiders show, Carson Ingle and Eric Lopez previewed Orlando City home game against Vancouver with Orlando City’s TV/Radio Voice Jeff Radcliffe. Lopez and Ingle also discussed on the show The great play of Elfrid
The NCAA is under siege, whether people want to believe that or not. Ed O’Bannon won his case, which prevents the NCAA from using former players likenesses unless the college governing body compensates the former players. The ruling is
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers bolstered their secondary this week signing CB Sterling Moore. Here, he talks to Bucs Insider Jenna Laine about joining the Bucs.
Chris Borland isn’t the first player in his prime to walk away from the National Football League, but he is one of the youngest ever to walk away at 24, thinking about a bleak future because of head injuries.