A Halloween edition of JB and Goldwater to send you into the weekend
The guys talk World Series with Gamecocks head baseball coach Mark Kingston and former South Carolina pitcher Mike Cisco, who's grandfather won a pair of World Series as the pitching coach for the Blue Jays in the 90s.
Plus, weekend selections, weekend's best bets with Raphael Esparza, halloween candy and more
After opening the show with thoughts on James Franklin's non-denial denial at his press conference yesterday, the guys get into Post and Courier sports reporter day on the show:
- David Cloninger on the Gamecocks
- Jon Blau on Clemson
- David Shelton on high school football and food
Plus, plenty of World Series talk and a look at our Post Up Careers week nine college football resume
The guys jump right into the storylines surrounding the Braves taking game one of the World Series from the Astros and expand on the conversation with insight from College of Charleston head baseball coach Chad Holbrook.
Afterwards, a lengthy, lively and entertaining SEC and Gamecocks discussion with JC Shurburtt, owner of The Big Spur
The World Series starts tonight and the guys are all over it, leading off the show talking Braves - Astros.
Cory McCartney, who has covered the team for years, joins the conversation to add his perspective on top storylines of the season and the series.
Play by play announcer Mike Morgan opens with Braves talk, dishes on his NFL assignment for this weekend and plenty of college football talk.
The guys wrap the show discussing the huge upcoming weekend in the Big Ten and a conversation about the Gamecocks with Keith Allsep, host of the Locked On The Gamecocks podcast
The guys open with some Braves-Astros World Series conversations before migrating into a Gamecocks discussion with both Wes Mitchell of Gamecock Central and former South Carolina quarterback Perry Orth
- Are changes necessary?
- Will changes be made and if so, when?
- What to focus on during the bye week
- Recruiting impact
Plus, Gene Sapakoff joins the program live from the Braves sendoff party in Atlanta.
The Big Gamecock Preview Show presented by Motley Rice, featuring JC Shurburtt, owner of The Big Spur, and former South Carolina wide receiver Michael Flint.
- What to watch for in the game
- Inside the matchups
- Historical trends
- Keys to a potential upset
- College football picks
A fun football Friday as always
Hour One: Braves/Dodgers, Astros look to clinch, top games this weekend and the weekend's best bets with Raphael Esparza of MyBookie.ag
Hour Two: The Big Gamecock Preview Show presented by Motley Rice, featuring JC Shurburtt, owner of The Big Spur and former South Carolina wide receiver Michael Flint
JB and Goldwater open with the Braves punishing the Dodgers to move within a game of the World Series and the Astros pounding the Red Sox for a 3-2 ALCS lead plus thoughts on last night's App State win and what it means for both the Mountaineers and Chanticleers moving forward.
Josh Pate, host of The Late Kick, joins the program for a drive around college football.
David Shelton of The Post and Courier has this week's high school football report.
Finally Scott Glaze talking PGA and the Zozo Championship
Former South Carolina Offensive Coordinator and QB coach GA Mangus hangs out with the guys for nearly 40 minutes in this episode, giving a detailed look, through his eyes, of offensive strategy and schematics in the college game.
Clemson is an underdog at Pittsburgh this weekend and had a few players enter the transfer portal this week. Jon Blau of The Post and Courier gives us the latest from the Tigers perspective
Finally the voice of Coastal Carolina, Joe Cashion discusses the 14th-ranked Chanticleers and the matchup at App State tonight.
Plus, plenty of postseason baseball chatter
The guys react as news breaks during the show that Gamecocks quarterback Luke Doty is out for the year.
Plus, around the SEC with ESPN play by play announcer Mike Morgan, plenty of chatter about the Braves quest to take a 3-0 series lead in LA today and the Red Sox mashing their way within two games of another World Series trip with Cory McCartney of Talking Chop.
Finally, a Gamecocks chat about Doty, the impact on the team and moving forward with Keith Allsep, host of the Locked on The Gamecocks Podcast