Josh continues to break down the future of the Arkansas athletic department, considering candidates for both AD and head coach. Kyle Adams, Fayetteville boys basketball coach joins the show in studio to preview the season. And the gang learns about hip hop group the Fugees and the beautiful voice of Lauryn Hill.
Less than 24 hours after Jeff Long’s firing as Arkansas athletic director, Josh reacts to the entire era of nearly ten years. The positives, the negatives and what ultimately led to Long’s ousting. After assigning grades, JB talks with the founder and editor of SoutheastHoops.com Blake Lovell and voice of Mississippi State football Neil Price.
Josh previews a vital weekend in college football with a plethora of top ten matchups, while taking a look at the state of Arkansas football. JB is confident in Arkansas’s chances at LSU. Alex Smith from SEC Country previews the college football/basketball overlap and Doug Brodess goes in depth on the national college hoops landscape. For a laugh, listen to Ed Orgeron mispronouncing Razorback players names (32:00).
JB previews Arkansas basketball’s season by highlighting the recruiting class Mike Anderson signed on Wednesday. The theme of the show focuses on the benefits of sports, ranging from hard work to winning and sportsmanship. More talk about Arkansas-LSU with voice of the Tigers Chris Blair and former all-American LB Jermaine Petty.
JB talks about the college football playoff, recent history between Hogs and LSU, and interviews with Cam Underwood on the Notre Dame-Miami game, Coach Matt Zimmerman with a Hog Hoops preview, and Say What Wednesday features producer weather reports and Jameis Winston. Enjoy!!