After the awful showing the NY Jets put out this past Sunday, Craig and Klim decided it was already time to bring back their long time friend of the program, co-host of The Wheelhouse on 97.5 ESPN Houston, the legend Jake Asman to talk some disappointing NY Jets, Yankees making a push for the playoffs, and Jake tells us of the tradition of the famous Cortaca jug!!! R.I.P. Brian Marbach former host of Review and Preview!!! Facebook: @MoffettOnTheMic @A1SportsNetwork Twitter: @OnMoffett @A1SportsNetwork Instagram: @MoffettOnTheMic @A1SportsNetwork YouTube: @A1SportsNetwork
ESPN Houston's John Granato and Lance Zierlein kickoff the show discussing the Texans winning their season opener over the Jacksonville Jaguars, the defense seeming to be buying in to Lovie Smiths system, the latest asking price for Deshaun Watson surfaced and they wrap up with some Astros talk.
ESPN Houston's John Granato and Lance Zierlein spend the second hour talking about Arkansas beating the Longhorns on Saturday night, what was the best game of the weekend, the Jaguar fans dumb chant and listeners sound off on their teams performances this weekend.
ESPN Houston's John Granato and Lance Zierlein finish up the show with a continuation of overreaction Monday after all the action from over the weekend, they go over the rest of the league and wrap up with news of the weird.
The animals are on this start of the work week with a recap and reaction to what was a bad loss at UCLA for the UH football team, but there's one comparison Chris makes that you'll want to hear. Stephen Tsai from the Honolulu Star-Advertiser joins the show to talk about the football team's upcoming opponent an what Todd Graham and company need to do moving forward. Then, the race for October in the MLB is heating up, and then the Mets are in the headlines because of a thumbs down, so Matt Snyder from CBS Sports talks about all the MLB headlines. And Rachael van Oranje from ESPN Houston talks the Texans and what is going on with Deshaun Watson at the center of the spotlight.
ESPN Houston's own John Granato and Del Olaleye debate ESPN college football preseason rankings. Next they discuss Deshaun Watson and the Texans next move. Lastly John speaks on the current performance and status of the Astros.
ESPN Houston's own John Granato and Lance Zierlein speak on the number of New York Giants retiring during camp and the Texans offensive line and the organization bouncing back. The guys predict the change in recruitment in college.
ESPN Houston's own John Granato and Lance Zierlein speak about Paul Finebaum's comments on UT joining the SEC. The guys speak on the passing of JR Richard and his game. Lastly they speak on Laremy Tunsil's stats and player grade.
ESPN Houston's own John Granato and Lance Zierlein discuss the Olympics and confidence in the athlete. The guys also talk about some baseball and Astros series with the Dodgers. Lastly a woman speaks directly about experience with Deshaun Watson.
ESPN Houston's own Del Olaleye and Nick Sharara joins him. Speak on athletes missing the Olympics and the state of the AFC South. Next the Rockets possible move in the draft. Lastly the possible move of Damian Lillard.
ESPN Houston's own Lance Zierlein and Del talk baseball and Astros performance and upcoming games. Then Richard Sherman reports and Tom Brady reports. Lastly Kawhi Leonard and what will the Clippers do with him.
ESPN Houston's Fred Faour and AJ Hoffman debate on Carl Nassib coming out and how it will effect the locker room. Fred opens up on how Texans fans can connect better with Jack Easterby and Cal McNair.
ESPN Houston's Glenn Davis opens up the show by congratulating Manchester United winning the Premier League Championship. Glenn brings Head Coach of the Houston Dynamo, Tab Ramos onto Soccer Matters to talk about his team and their upcoming match against rival, Sporting KC. Glenn brings on Jan Christensen, and they discuss European soccer.
ESPN Houston's Glenn Davis starts off Soccer Matters by giving his opinion on the Manchester United protests. Glenn also gives his post game recap over the Man City vs PSG match. Glenn brings on Manchester author, Tom Clare on the show to discuss the protests outside Man United stadium. Eddie Robinson joins Glenn Davis to discuss the Houston Dynamo.
The Texans selected five players in the 2021 NFL Draft. They started by taking quarterback Davis Mills with their first pick (No. 67 overall in the third round), then continued by trading up 20 spots to draft wide receiver Nico Collins later in the third round; and the next day drafted tight end Brevin Jordan in the fourth. To round out the draft, the Texans selected linebacker Garret Wallow in the fifth round, and defensive tackle Roy Lopez in the fifth. These moves surprised Brandon Scott and Coty Davis, who cover the team every day. Davis -- a Texans reporter for ESPN Houston, USA Today Texans Wire and co-host of the Locked on Texans podcast joined SportsRadio 610's Brandon Scott to talk about the draft picks and overall state of the team.Subscribe to The B-Block on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.
ESPN Houston's own Fred Faour and AJ Hoffman discuss the Astros season staring series and the top QB prospects in this upcoming draft. Lastly the guys discuss Deshaun Watson's unfolding lawsuits.
ESPN Houston's Fred Faour and AJ Hoffman start off The Blitz by discussing if Julian Edelman is a Hall of Famer and who are some of the biggest overrated Hall of Famers are. They guys also talk about who are the best players in NFL history at their respected positions.
ESPN Houston's John Granato and Del Olaleye look back at the Astros series versus the Athletics, and how the Astros have owned them since last years playoffs. John and Del also discuss the Rockets future. John and Del close out the show with the iconic News of the Weird.
ESPN Houston's John Granato and Lance Zierlein look back at the busy weekend in sports. John and Lance talk about the Astros sweeping the Oakland A's and the University of Houston losing to Baylor in the Final Four.
ESPN Houston's own Fred Faour and AJ Hoffman bring you Thursday's show from Buffalo Wild Wings in Hedwig Village, Texas. They start off The Blitz with their thoughts on Men's Basketball coach Chris Beard, leaving Texas Tech for Texas. The guys bring on UFC lightweight "Iron" Michael Chandler to discuss his upcoming fight at UFC262 in Houston.
ESPN Houston's John Granato and Del Olaleye look at the Astros possible rotation for this season. John and Del also look ahead to the Texans opponents and their possible starting quarterback. John and Del close out the show with the iconic News of the Weird.
ESPN Houston's John Granato and Lance Zierlein discuss Forrest Whitley needing Tommy John surgery as well as the signing of pitcher Jake Odorizzi. John and Lance also discuss possible options regarding Deshaun Watson and the Texans.