The guys continue their Over/Under series, this time with the ACC Coastal Division.
Plus, thoughts on Boomer Esiason's comments regarding herd immunity and Dennis Dodd's article hitting on similar issues.
Minor League Baseball shuts its doors for the 2020 season
David Cloninger of the Post and Courier phones in talking memories of covering the 2010 CWS run for the Gamecocks and his recent piece on Tina Plew Whitlock.
10 years ago today, South Carolina claimed its first of two consecutive CWS championships. The guys take a trip down memory lane and talk with that team's ace, Blake Cooper, about his memories from the season.
The guys also have a conversation with sports lawyer and professor Darren Heitner about Under Armour and possible impacts on Gamecock athletics and the NIL.
Plus, tons of news...Cam Newton, MLB 60-man rosters, The PGA, Dustin Johnson, Clemson, The Citadel and more.
Great guest list today covering the entire sports landscape.
-Robert Patterson discussing Holy City Drive In movies at Patriots Point starting tonight
-Vegas Insider Raphael Esparza
-PGA talk with the Head Golf Pro at The Links at Stono Ferry, Scott Glaze
-Preview of a COVID-19 roundtable involving all SC colleges with Danielle Dillahey, Ast AD for Marketing and Promotions at The Citadel
The guys begin to look at over/unders for college football teams, beginning today with the SEC West.
Cory McCartney joined the program to break down every detail regarding the return of MLB.
PGA updates, news on John Swofford, and much more.
The guys rejoice over the idea of MLB returning to play in late July and spend time discussing some of the intricacies of the agreement, both good and bad.
JC Shurburtt makes his weekly appearance and breaks down the science of the star ranking for elite high school prospects.
Plenty of college football talk, NASCAR and more.
The guys talk a lot about the legacy of legendary Wando HC and AD Bob Hayes with input from both David Shelton and former Wando QB/USC WR Michael Flint.
The guys also discuss the SCHSL ruling, NASCAR, MLB and some news and notes from both Clemson and South Carolina.
JB returns with an update from St. Louis. The guys talk about the Bubba Wallace incident at Talladega, Richard Petty's plan to be in attendance today, the increase in positive COVID tests on college campuses, RBC Heritage and much more.
The Athletic's Grace Raynor joined the show for a great chat everything Clemson related and the Post and Courier's David Cloninger hopped aboard for the South Carolina side of things.
Let's start the week right!
Ryan Nelson, Goldwater's wife, sits in for JB. Discussions include Juneteenth, the NCAA and the state of Mississippi, Ed Aschoff internship creation, Gamecocks 2020-'21 budget, the Credit One Bank Invitational tennis tournament on Daniel Island, SC and much more.
Great conversations with our guests as well. Vegas Insider Raphael Esparza, the Tournament Director of the Credit One Bank tournament Bob Moran and Dean Stephens, main anchor at ABC News 4 in Charleston.
Be good this weekend.
Everett German sits in for JB alongside Goldwater. They discuss Dr. Fauci's thoughts on the safety of football amidst the virus, MLB's return, Zion Williamson news, the NBA return to play 113 page document, Michael Jordan in town, the RBC Heritage PGA stop and much more.
Guests: Orioles broadcaster Geoff Arnold discussing baseball's return and his path to becoming one of the youngest broadcasters in all of professional sports, and Head Golf Pro at The Links at Stono Ferry, Scott Glaze, chatting about the tournament in Hilton Head.
Jeff McCarragher sits in for JB alongside Goldwater again. The two discuss the NCAA's 6-week plan to return to play amid growing COVID cases, college athletes gaining empowerment and creating changes on campuses around the country, the remembrance of Emanuel AME shootings and how Maria Taylor of ESPN is helping one family continue to heal, plus much more.
JC Shurburtt hopped on for his weekly appearance discussing the new hire for Frank Martin at South Carolina, the QBs, his turtles and more.