I talk with Dan about his professional rugby career, the rise of rugby in America and the return of rugby to the Olympics.
Jon and I talk about The Basketball Tournament, his collegiate basketball career and the creating an idea from scratch.
I talk with Vince about his career in sports, the future of analytics in baseball and whether or not Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds deserve to be in Hall of Fame.
I talk with Dr. J about his new business partnership with Anthem Media Group, the state of the Philadelphia 76ers and the greatest moments of his basketball career.
Ross and I talk about his start in the sports industry, working with Marty Glickman and Frank Gifford and his new line of work with Epix.
Ian and I talk about his play by play career, meeting his wife at Syracuse and the crazy story of how he got the Nets radio job.
Pablo and I talk about how he became a sportswriter, working for Sports Illustrated, working at ESPN and filling in for Tony Reali on Around the Horn.
On this episode of Game Time, Allen and I discuss his NFL career, balancing academics and athletics at Notre Dame and Brett Favre’s rapping skills.
While many young basketball players growing up in Indiana dreaming of playing for Indiana University, Dan Dakich was never one of those people. The Indiana native never thought it would be possible for him to play for the Hoosiers. That all changed when an IU happened to show up to one of the best … More Game Time Podcast Episode 16: ESPN’s Dan Dakich
By the age of 21, Andrew Bogusch had been in the Mets and Yankees clubhouse, called a Division one basketball game on radio and hosted One on One, New York’s Longest Running Sports Call in Show. Bogusch was afforded all of these opportunities because of Fordham University and its radio station WFUV. Bogusch’s collegiate experience … More Game Time Podcast Episode 15: CBS Sports Radio Host Andrew Bogusch