Bay Area natives, Mark Willard and Dan Dibley, discuss the top stories in Bay Area sports, weekdays from 9am-noon. Willard & Dibs will dive into the fan experience and laugh a lot along the way.
Willard and Dibs take a call from a Cowboys fan living out East who tells us that he's a 49ers fan for the week with Dallas chasing Philadelphia in the NFC East. And the 49ers are chasing the Eagles in the NFC and the Cowboys play the Eagles next week. The enemy of my enemy is my friend!
Willard and Dibs react to what Mr. Philadelphia Howard Eskin told the Morning Roast earlier today about Nick Sirianni and Kyle Shanahan. How ridiculous is it to think that Sirianni is a better head coach in the NFL than Shanahan?
In Hour 3, Willard and Dibs react to the breaking news of Gary Payton II's torn right calf, wonder who will get more minutes as a result, and move on to the huge matchup between the 49ers and Eagles on Sunday in Philadelphia.
Willard and Dibs continue to react to the Warriors' heartbreaking loss to the Kings in Sacramento and dive into some of the decisions that head coach Steve Kerr made last night. Does he deserve to share some of the blame for the team's struggles?
Dr. Brian Feeley of UCSF Health joins Willard and Dibs on Cleared to Play to get us updated on all the injuries from around the Bay Area, including updates on a couple of key Philadelphia Eagles injuries ahead of the 49ers' trip East on Sunday.
Peter King joins Willard and Dibs to preview 49ers vs. Eagles, to break down why the 49ers are road favorites in Philadelphia, to discuss the importance of home-field advantage for the 49ers in the postseason, and more.
Willard and Dibs open the show by listening to what Klay Thompson said in response to a question from Tim Kawakami after Warriors practice yesterday. Thompson has appeared angry, mad, and frustrated a lot recently. Has he lost his joy amid his on-court struggles this season?
Willard and Dibs join Steiny and Guru, who are live from Chase Center after the inaugural 95.7 The Game Knockout Tournament, for a Tuesday edition of The Crossover. The guys poke and prod Guru, who was the first eliminated from the tournament. Plus, more on the Warriors and Klay Thompson's frustrations.