Hear Query & Schultz weekdays from 3-7pm on Fox Sports 97.5 / 1260 AM for a different take on sports in Indianapolis!
The guys discuss yet another Colts' season-opening loss and what Sunday's demolition by the Seahawks means for Indy going forward. They also take a look around college football, including an intriguing Purdue-Notre Dame Week 3 matchup, and Jake reveals a hidden talent.
The guys talk about IU and Purdue giving very different first impressions in college football's opening weekend, predictions for the Colts' 2021 record, Schultz's childhood mastery of karate, and Query's long-awaited North Central High School Hall of Fame nod.
It's a special edition LIVE show from Ball State! The guys ring in the MAC Champion Cardinals' home opener with visits from head coach Mike Neu, Athletic Director Beth Goetz, University President Geoffrey Mearns, and more! It's all Ball State, all the time in this two-hour pregame show from Muncie.
In the 50th episode since the relaunch, the guys remember the iconic Robin Miller, tie a bow on the Colts' preseason, preview Indiana, Purdue, and Notre Dame on the college gridiron, and Jake goes on an old man rant about fashion choices of people in their twenties.
The guys discuss the good news surrounding the returns of Carson Wentz, Ryan Kelly, and Quenton Nelson to Colts' practice, Jake's random connection to Tony Gwynn, and Schultz celebrates a 20-year milestone with an extremely embarrassing picture.
The guys celebrate their 10-year anniversary together (8/15/11 was the launch of the radio show), analyze Jacob Eason's NFL debut, and react to the messy road course Cup race at IMS and the Malice at the Palace documentary. Plus, Query likes Kevin Costner and an explanation of Schultz's senior prank, "Tin Foil Man".
In Episode 47, Q & S head back to Victory Field for the first time in two years for a special edition live show! We remember the great Bob Jenkins, discuss the ever-changing Colts' QB situation, analyze the good/bad/ugly from IndyCar's wild weekend in Nashville, and talk to several Indianapolis Indians guests and The Shop's Brian Kelly live on-site.
We recap a perfect day in the 105th running of the Indianapolis 500, examine Helio's all-time legacy, hand out our personal awards ("He finished where??", "Mr. Irrelevant", etc.), and get into the abhorrent fan behavior in the NBA Playoffs and the possible end of press conferences.
We preview the 105th running of the Indianapolis 500, with storylines to watch and race winner predictions! Plus, Jake is shocked Phil Mickelson hadn't won a major in forever, Nate Bjorkgren's future as Pacers' head coach, and is Schultz's kitchen island actually a peninsula?
The Pacers are in the playoffs (sort of!), so we talk play-in and T.J. McConnell's impact. Also, is Tamika Catchings' the greatest pro athlete in Indianapolis history and first-time winner or former champion for 2021 Indy 500 winner? We'll answer those questions and Query unfairly disparages one of the greatest television shows ever created.
Query is worried that his life-saving heart meds are leading to weight gain, but more importantly, the guys talk Pacers needing wholesale changes, the Colts' newest left tackle, and look back on Albert Pujols' start in St. Louis, which Jake covered twenty years ago.
We react to the sad passing of Bobby Unser, the racing icon and incomparable personality. Also, a recap of the Colts' Draft class (we don't do draft grades - that's dumb), the Pacers' historic beatdown of the tanking Thunder, and discuss Jake's intimidating behavior over the phone with customer service representatives.
The guys react to the IMS announcement about fan capacity for the race and other Month of May events, predict what the Colts will do in this week's draft, debate the top-end quarterback prospects, and Jake shares a heartwarming story involving the bond he's formed with the heart surgeon who saved his life.
The guys remember the great Slick Leonard, Jake randomly visits the estate of an overlooked former President and bleeds all over a hotel room (don't ask), talk Super League and relevance to major college football in the states, and remember the victims of the tragic FedEx shooting on the Westside.
It's CHAOS in the all-Indiana NCAA Tournament! We recap a crazy opening two rounds and jump back into IU's head coaching search. Also, Jake is incredulous that I've never heard of Abilene, Texas (before last week, obviously) and we try to guess the name of Oregon State's beaver.
In a special edition of Query & Schultz, the guys are LIVE from Indy Card Exchange on the first day of the NCAA Tournament! They talk about the Brad Stevens rumors, Purdue's chances, the sorry state of the Pacers, and are joined on-site by Indy Card Exchange owner Andy Albert, who grades Query's 1970s card collection.
The guys discuss the soon-to-be-over (we think) Archie Miller era at Indiana, Purdue's continued dominance of the rivalry and March chances, rant about the NCAA Tournament floor changes, and give their informed takes on the Meghan & Harry Royal Interview!
In our post-Super Bowl edition, we discuss another Tom Brady title/MVP (ugh), the latest on the Colts ongoing quarterback search, and Peyton getting in + Reggie left out in the Hall voting. Also, explaining the boundaries of Midtown, our weekly features, IU's season-saving sweep, and some college stories that really shouldn't have been shared...
After losing out on Stafford, where does the Colts' QB search go from here? The guys discuss in Episode 21. Also, a mediocre January for the Pacers, Victor Oladipo's "quit on me" comment, weekly features and Jake reveals an extremely random talent.
Super Bowl LV is set and the guys set the stage for another Tom Brady appearance (ugh). Q & S also discuss the growing list of Colts' quarterback options, IU's post-Iowa win flop, the latest on the Pacers, their usual features, and a victorious but disturbing accomplishment in the Schultz household.
Q & S recap Divisional Weekend and look forward to Championship Sunday. We also take a look at the Oladipo-LeVert trade and Purdue's continued ownership of Indiana (and where IU goes from here). Also, most relevant Presidents of Query's life and examining a common Twitter misunderstanding... Enjoy!
The curtain has fallen on the 2020 Colts season and we recap a disappointing end, but strangely fulfilling year, in the latest episode of Q & S! Jake and I discuss Frank Reich’s decision-making and what the Colts may do with their in-house free agents like TY Hilton and Justin Houston (unfortunately, the Castonzo retirement news came the day after we taped). Also, we catch up on the Pacers, Indiana and Purdue – who are set to renew their rivalry on Thursday – and get into our usual features! Oh, and top Nickelodeon shows of all-time.
After a two-week break, we return to recap the Colts winning and getting into the playoffs, IU falling flat on their face in the Outback Bowl, and the entire NCAA Tournament coming to Indianapolis. Also, Query reacts to his beloved Clemson Tigers get stuffed into a garbage disposal in the Sugar Bowl and we give our New Year's Resolutions!
In Episode 16, we discuss the Colts' latest last-minute victory over the Texans and Indiana's bowl selection snub. Jake also brings up an interesting theory around Indy's Week 17 game against Jacksonville and we divulge our favorite Christmas gifts of all-time.
In Episode 15, we recap a dominating Colts win in Vegas and the big step they've made towards locking up a postseason spot. Also, we throw around ideas for an Indianapolis Indians name change and try to put together the College Football Playoff picture.
We recap the Colts' close shave against Houston, take a look at the AFC Playoff picture, and discuss IU's bowl destination. I say goodbye to Amazon and we both pay tribute to two larger-than-life Indy music scene figures, who tragically passed in the last few days.
In this edition of Q & S, we recap the Colts' impressive win over Green Bay, discuss whether Jonathan Taylor is finally ready to break out, and recap a pair of frustrating (Purdue) and promising (IU) losses. Also, Schultz makes a bad analogy when discussing the TJ Leaf trade, and the guys argue over whether traditional Thanksgiving food is boring and lame.
We discuss Philip Rivers' impressive bounce-back performance and where the Colts stand through six games as they head into their bye week. Also, we get into how wrong I was about the Titans (gulp), the NFL's upper crust, and the World Series matchup.
We talk about the Colts' impressive first quarter start, the NBA Finals in full swing, and the Pacers ongoing Victor Oladipo and head coaching search sagas. Oh, and Query kept grilling me on my crucial role as a professional Amazon Smile Provider.