Brad Arnold of 3 Doors Down reflects on Charlie Daniels saving his life

Early yesterday morning, the news broke. Southern rock pioneer Charlie Daniels was dead at the age of 83. Daniels wasn’t just one of the best singer-songwriters of his time. He was a husband. He was a father, and to some, he was one of the best friends anyone could have. “I am thankful to have … Continue reading “Brad Arnold of 3 Doors Down reflects on Charlie Daniels saving his life”

Thunder & Lightning: Is It Time to Start Planning for College Football’s Contingencies?

Every day the college football season gets closer, and it looks more and more likely that things are not going to go off without a hitch. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman discuss how to make this season happen even with the inevitable problems its going to create. Thunder & Lightning · 7-7-20: Is It Time … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Is It Time to Start Planning for College Football’s Contingencies?”

T&L SEC Preview: Inside The Auburn Tigers’ Jason Caldwell Previews Auburn

Auburn will once again be a wild card in the SEC West, capable of winning the whole shooting match, or finding themselves in the middle of the pack. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman welcome Jason Caldwell of Inside the Auburn Tigers to take a look at Gus Malzahn, Bo Nix, and the rest of the … Continue reading “T&L SEC Preview: Inside The Auburn Tigers’ Jason Caldwell Previews Auburn”

MHP Capt. Poulos talks July 4th enforcement period

The Mississippi Highway Patrol (MHP) wrapped up its 2020 Fourth of July enforcement period early this morning. Overall, MHP issued over 4,300 citations with 116 DUI arrests. MHP Captain Johnny Poulos joined today’s episode of The JT Show to talk about the weekend’s numbers, plus how he expects the volume of traffic to increase with the summertime … Continue reading “MHP Capt. Poulos talks July 4th enforcement period”

Rebel Report: What a preview magazine got right, and wrong, about Ole Miss in 2020

The CFB preview magazines have started hitting the shelves recently and I decided to pick one up and break down their breakdown. Is their prediction for Ole Miss and its ranking of their position groups fair? I discussed on today’s show. Rebel Report · What a preview magazine got right, and wrong, about Ole Miss … Continue reading “Rebel Report: What a preview magazine got right, and wrong, about Ole Miss in 2020”

Dr. Dobbs discusses the surging COVID-19 numbers in Mississippi

As COVID-19 numbers continue to surge in Mississippi, State Health Officer Dr. Thomas Dobbs called into the studio today to talk about the ongoing pandemic. From the efficiency of hydroxychloroquine to how he thinks Mississippians are responding to the fatal disease, check out what all Dobbs had to say below.

Thunder & Lightning: Can the Last Pieces From Dan Mullen Lead Mississippi State This Season?

Dan Mullen’s influence on the Mississippi State football program is huge, but for the 2020 season, only seven players are on the roster that actually played for the former Bulldog head coach. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman take a look at the players who represent the final vestiges of Mullen at MSU, and why their … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Can the Last Pieces From Dan Mullen Lead Mississippi State This Season?”

MML VP and Greenville mayor Simmons discusses CARES Act funding

As $70 million of the CARES Act funding will go to cities and counties across the state, Mississippi Municipal League (MML) vice-president and mayor of Greenville Errick Simmons made an appearance on today’s episode of The JT Show to talk about what that money can do for municipalities.

BBC docuseries takes a closer look at Mississippi’s fireflies

Seven Worlds, One Planet, a docuseries created by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), explores the diversity and challenges of the different kinds of wildlife on each of the world’s seven continents. When the BBC was filming the episode on North America, they came to Mississippi to take a look at our incredibly beautiful fireflies. Libby … Continue reading “BBC docuseries takes a closer look at Mississippi’s fireflies”

Sen. Hopson reflects on 2020 session

With the 2020 Mississippi Legislative Session finally coming to a close, Senator Briggs “Bubba” Thompson reflects on the session that seemingly will never end on Thursday’s episode of The Gallo Show. Watch the video below to hear Hopson’s take on the flag change, plus how the CARES Act funding has been used.