Ole Miss’ own Braden Thornberry qualified for the US Open, THE US Open, through sectional qualifying and his coach joined Head to Head to talk about it. Here is that interview:
Mississippi State is off to the College World Series. The guys welcomed Tom Hart (who called the Super Regional for ESPN), voice of MSU baseball Jim Ellis, and hitting coach Jake Gautreau. Also “Winners and Losers” and the College Football Fix.
Head to Head welcomed the Mississippi State baseball hitting coach, Jake Gautreau, to the show to recap the Super Regional victory.
The man behind the mic for 40 years, Jim Ellis, joined Matt and Richard to recap the Nashville Super Regional.
Mississippi State won the Nashville Super Regional and is off to Omaha. Who better to give their perspective than the guy who called all three games for ESPN, Tom Hart? He joined H2H and here is that interview:
Friday’s podcast is an all-Super Regional preview with Mississippi State taking on Vanderbilt in Nashville this weekend. The guys look at who has the “edge” in each facet of the game, talk to Will Sammon of the Clarion Ledger and Adam Sparks of the Tennessean, plus give their picks!
It’s Super Regional Friday! The guys from Head to Head caught up with Will Sammon live from Nashville to preview the big series.
All eyes in the Mississippi State baseball world this week as they begin the Super Regionals Friday in Nashville. But what’s up with this coaching search? Kendall Rodgers has the latest.
Live from Elvis Fest in Tupelo – The guys get into more MLB draft conversation, headlines, talk to Elvis’ childhood best friend, have a great conversation with Tupelo High head football coach Trent Hammond, and more…
Matt and Richard start the show trying to figure out what happened to Ole Miss last night – get into the big headlines of the day – take a first look at Mississippi State/Vanderbilt – talk to David Dellucci – and the College Football Fix
LIVE from the bus on the way home from Tallahassee, MSU centerfielder Jake Mangum joined H2H
Matt and Borkey discuss the loudest stadium they’ve ever been in – talk to Teddy Cahill of Baseball America, and break down the must watch players from the Oxford, Tallahassee, and Fayetteville regionals