Local sports icon and voice of College of Charleston hoops Everett German sits in for JB. He and Goldwater discuss the Cougars, the SEC opening facilities June 8, The Match and more.
Guest appearances by our Vegas Insider Raphael Esparza from Mybookie.ag and Harold Craw, the EVP/GM of the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp.
Reminder: No show Monday. Back better than ever on Tuesday.
Clemson baseball coach Monte Lee joined the guys for an extended conversation about the proposed changes to the college baseball season that were released today. He also dropped some breaking news about Clemson's schedule in 2021.
Additionally, the guys chatted about the continued optimism surrounding the return of college football, Tiger, Phil, Brady, Manning and The Match this Sunday, and brought Stono Ferry golf pro Scott Glaze on to have some fun discussing the star studded event and broadcast.
JC Shurburtt joined DG for the first 45 minutes of the show. Yes, he's still stuck in Chicago and babysitting his turtles, but super optimistic about the return to sports this fall.
Ryan Nelson (DG's better half) jumped aboard to co-host. JB phoned in. Dean Stephens, the legendary face of ABC News 4, made his much anticipated debut on the show...and maybe earned a second appearance.
Almost to Memorial Day Weekend!
The guys dive into Furman's decision to cut baseball and how it impacts the SoCon, other teams and the state.
Citadel baseball coach (and former player) Tony Skole joins in with his thoughts on the matter plus more uplifting conversations about Bulldogs baseball. He closed with a great Michael Jordan story.
Debbie Antonelli also joined the guys to recap her amazing weekend of 24 Hours Nothing But Net, raising over $114,000 for South Carolina Special Olympics.
The guys go through their memories of Jordan's playing days as they relate to the new revelations learned through the show. The Post and Courier's David Cloninger joined in to discuss the new academic calendar at the University of South Carolina and what, if any, impacts that could have on athletics.
Plus, Major League Baseball's 67-page return to play proposal and more.
ESPN's Heather Dinich details what she's hearing about how, when and/or if college football will be played this year and gives her best guesses as to what that might look like.
Our Vegas Insider Raphael Esparza talks Mike Tyson's comeback, Tiger Woods-Phil Mickelson prop bets, UFC fights and even the heavy action on the Korean Baseball Organization right now.
Plus, the guys have their usual, mostly entertaining, banter throughout. Happy Weekend!
The debate that lives forever in South Carolina...push off or catch? JB has a stadium sanitation plan which the SEC seemingly adopted while we were on the air.
Appearances from the Post and Courier's Gene Sapakoff. ESPN and CBS basketball analyst Debbie Antonelli chatted about Saturday's Special Olympics fundraiser, 24 Hours Nothing But Net (24hoursNBN.com to donate) and the voice of the Gamecocks Derek Scott joined the guys to close out the show.
The guys open the show talking about watching Don Larsen's 1956 World Series Perfect Game the previous night on MLBN. Vin Scully on the call. Players other than Larsen include Jackie Robinson, Mickey Mantle, Yogi Berra, Gil Hodges, Duke Snider, Pee Wee Reese and more.
JC Shurburtt from the Big Spur joined the show for the first of what will become a weekly Wednesday segment and entertained for an extended segment.
South Carolina and Clemson football talk. A big day(s) ahead for MLB as the owners and the union try and come to terms on the proposed 2020 season. What day is it today?
Guests include Gamecock Centrals Wes Mitchell and Clemson Sports Talk's Lawton Swann.