LIVE from the SEC Tournament in Hoover – The guys look at today’s action at The Met, look at Ito Smith and Martinas Rankin’s chances at being impact rookies, examine what the McNair vs. NCAA trial verdict means, some some sports gambling numbers, and more
Mississippi’s largest amateur sportsfest! The State Games of Mississippi began in 1991 with 1,200 athletes competing in 12 sports. The 2017 State Games consisted of 38 sports with more than 5,000 athletes competing. This year, 40 sports will again attract amateur athletes from across the state for top competition. Hear from the 2018 Male Athlete … Continue reading “The State Games of Mississippi”
This weekend was pretty special for baseball in Mississippi. Ole Miss won the SEC West, Mississippi State sweeps #1 Florida, and Southern Miss won the CUSA. The guys also get into Nick Sandlin’s Ferriss Trophy win, talk to Ole Miss head baseball coach Mike Bianco, with a little college football mixed in as well
Fresh off his team’s SEC West championship, Mike Bianco joined Matt and Richard to recap the season and the state of his team entering post-season play
This year’s Ferris Award had arguably the deepest field of finalists ever. Michael Borkey of Head to Head caught up with two of them, Ryan Olenek of Ole Miss and Jake Mangum of Mississippi State, to talk about the honor of the nomination, what’s ahead this post season, and more Here’s Olenek: And Mangum:
A “reaction Friday” of sorts with three winners on the baseball diamond – Matt and Richard deep-dive into Mississippi State’s win over Florida, Ole Miss over Alabama, and Southern Miss’ CUSA win. They also chat with MSU AD John Cohen and Voice of the Golden Eagles John Cox.
Who better to get a take on Mississippi State baseball than the former head coach and now boss of the entire athletic department? He joined H2H Friday:
The Golden Eagles are the CUSA Champions after winning game one at Marshall. They went ahead an won the series for good measure. Voice of the Eagles John Cox joined to discuss what that means for the folks in Hattiesburg
It was probably a little too close for comfort, but Ole Miss got the win anyway. Matt and Richard recap game one action from T-town
Mississippi State desperately needed to get one win in the series this weekend, so they went ahead and got it done on Thursday night. Matt and Richard react to the win here…
From Greek cuisine, music, and culture, Greek Fest has a something for everyone. Rebecca Turner talks about the free event and has Crocodile Carson on The Metro as well.
Matt and Richard get into what’s coming tonight in SEC baseball, Teddy Cahill of Baseball America joins, as does Bryan Broaddus of the Dallas Cowboys, and they close with some college football gambling futures talk