In case you haven’t heard, Georgia has a arguably the best duo of running backs in the entire country. One of those backs, Sony Michel, joined Richard Cross to discuss the upcoming season for the Bulldogs, splitting carries with Nick Chubb, and his music making hobby.
It was Mississippi State’s turn at SEC Media Days and Matt Wyatt caught up with Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen for a one-on-one interview.
One of the most powerful men in all of college football, Bill Hancock, sat down with Matt and Richard LIVE in Hoover at SEC Media Days. Before they dove into the state of the playoff, potential expansion, the transition from the BCS to the CFP, Hancock told a story about his time riding a bike … Continue reading “Bill Hancock, Executive Director of the College Football Playoff, joins Head to Head”
Buddy Stephens has made waves across Mississippi for his team’s dominating performances and, of course, his program’s exposure from the Netflix documentary ‘Last Chance U.’ Stephens joined Head to Head to talk about his team, and residual effect from the documentary. Coach was kind enough to stick around for another segment, where he touched on … Continue reading “A quality conversation with EMCC head coach and ‘Last Chance U’ star Buddy Stephens”
Rick Cleveland, long time sports writer in the state of Mississippi and former executive directer of the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame (and soon to be inducted into that same Hall of Fame), joined Head to Head for a full hour of football nostalgia that became spectacular radio. First, the best players to play for … Continue reading “A Mississippi sports history lesson you do NOT want to miss”
A voice you hear often through your television, and called multiple games in the College World Series, was kind enough to join Head to Head to talk about that College World Series and who he expects to be the premier quarterback in the SEC this season.
The new man that will grace the airwaves of the Mississippi State radio network joined Head to Head to talk about his new job, his inspiration, and the warm welcome he has received from State fans everywhere.
We asked Tim Brando of Fox Sports about the penalties that were handed down to Louisville basketball by the NCAA, the Oxford retail store that is suing Mississippi State football players, and the role of the SEC commissioner in NCAA proceedings. And as he usually does, Brando delivered some great thoughts.
In the wake of this article about a lawsuit involving Rebel Rags, a retail store in Oxford that was implicated in Ole Miss’ NCAA case, and two Mississippi State football players, among others; Michael McCann of Sports Illustrated joined Head to Head to deep dive into what the suit means.
The hero of the Hattiesburg regional, Jacob Billingsley, was kind enough to join Matt Wyatt to look ahead to the Baton Rouge super regional.
Richard Cross caught up with Nick Mingione, the head coach for Kentucky baseball. Mingione spent time as an assistant under John Cohen for Mississippi State, and he and Cross talked about his time in Starkville, Brent Rooker, and his current Kentucky super regional squad.
The University of Mississippi released a 124-page response to the Notice of Allegations against them by the NCAA, that came out earlier this year. The response says “the University has conducted an exhaustive and thoughtful examination of the evidence” which includes meticulously going over every allegation and providing a response. The University points out it is … Continue reading “Ole Miss responds to NCAA allegations”