Rippee and Borkey take your mailbag questions on best sporting venues, beers, Mike Leach tweets, Tiger and LeBron losing potentially losing year at the end of their prime and more.
Matt Barnthouse joins to talk Marshall Henderson, Stef Moody and the evolution of Terence Davis. Plus, Mike Bianco speaks on eligibility ruling and the NFL may draft via video conference?
Rippee and Borkey make sense of a ruling that is the right thing to do in the short term, but will have a lingering impact for years to come. Plus, an NBA playoff bubble?
The people’s quarantine is back. Rippee and Borkey discuss optimism vs pessimism about sports coming back, take your mailbag Friday questions and have some Ole Miss Hoops transfer news.
Rippee and Borkey scratch the surface of your TV show character submissions, and make a call to the bullpen for a special Thursday show. Plus, Ta’amu gets a shot with the Chiefs and a Rebel linebacker gets an NFL look
Rippee and Borkey hit some free agency news, discuss Treadwell’s fresh start with the Falcons, bond over quarantine boredom, rank Hangover scenes and more.
The best athletes and performances you have ever seen, Hangover scenes, LBs Greg and more.
We pick five of the most fascinating signings in a wild day in the NFL. Do we maybe a ballpark timeline for getting sports back? Plus a wild NBA scenario and a mailbag Friday homework assignment.
Thunder beat writer Maddie Lee describes her experience covering the Thunder-Jazz pregame that led to the sports world stopping. Rippee and Borkey talk some NFL free agency.
The sports world is halting in a way that’s never been seen before. What’s next and when will normalcy return? Plus, what it means for Ole Miss and Oxford.
Borkey and Rippee react to a tumultuous day in sports regarding the Coronavirus, league cancellations and what is next. Plus, some big-picture Ole Miss Basketball thoughts and the baseball team will play without fans for the foreseeable future.
Photo credit: Ole Miss Athletics STARKVILLE —The game was played on Mississippi State’s terms and the lopsided result was indicative of that. Ole Miss lost its season finale in Starkville 69-44. All-SEC forward Reggie Perry staked his claim around the rim and the Rebels offered little resistance. Perry scored 22 points and snared 14 rebounds. … Continue reading “Ole Miss ‘not competitive’ in blowout loss at Mississippi State to end regular season”