(00:00-26:38) – The show opens on a Wednesday with Dan sharing his frustration with the way society is reacting to Tony Dungy and Mike Tirico having differences of opinion. Dam also talks briefly on the ALCS being set and the White Sox falling to the Houston Astros. Plus, Dan examines further the Colts defensive performance against the Baltimore Ravens a few nights ago. (26:39-32:56) – Dan looks at the dominance of Lamar Jackson in the 2nd half of the Colts Monday Night loss to the Ravens. (32:57-34:02) – Hour number one ends with Dan reviewing a prediction about the Colts future made by Colts owner Jim Irsay. (34:03-56:01) – The Voice of the Houston Texans Marc Vandermeer stops by to take us Behind Enemy Lines and learn about the play of the Houston Texans over the last few weeks. Marc also goes over what the Colts can expect on Sunday from Houston on both sides of the ball and, specifically, rookie QB Davis Mills. (56:02-1:10:34) – Dan look more at the Colts matchup against the Houston Texans. Plus, more on Jon Gruden resigning and the way the media and society reacted to Mike Tirico and Tony Dungy sharing their experiences with Gruden before all of his emails came out. (1:10:35-1:14:16) – The second hour concludes with Dan taking a call on Jon Gruden and looking ahead to the rest of today's show. (1:14:17-1:44:50) – Our pal Jason Benetti drops by to recap the 2021 Chicago White Sox season after falling in 4 games to the Houston Astros in the ALDS. Benetti also tells us about the college football broadcast he's on this week. Plus, he and Dan talk about what tv shows they've been watching lately. (1:44:51-1:52:57) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 joins the program to share his thoughts on the Colts collapse at the hands of the Baltimore Ravens this past Monday. Chapp and Dan try to identify the major problems with this team and if they are solvable this season. (1:52:58-1:53:54) – Wednesday's show ends with Dan sharing the results from the Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of the JCook Plays of the Day. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Colts had a comfortable second-half lead on the Ravens in Baltimore, until they didn't... Mike Chappell and Joe Hopkins recap the wild game (2:26), discuss takeaways (21:48) and check in on a still very winnable AFC South (34:52).
The Colts aim to build on last week's success as they take on Baltimore under the Monday night lights. Mike Chappell, Dave Griffiths and Joe Hopkins begin the show with news of the week. The trio then previews the game by discussing injuries (9:38), breaking down the Ravens (24:33), highlighting keys to the game (34:14) and making predictions (51:29).
(00:00-21:55) – Today's Tuesday edition of the Dan Dakich Show kicks off with regular show producer Jimmy Cook joining from Florida to share what he would like to see from the Yankees tonight in their Wild Card game against the Red Sox. Head Coach Tom Allen of the Indiana Hoosiers also joins Dan in the opening segment of today's show to recap the team's loss at Penn State, explains how the coaching staff is accessing the offense, and updates the status of Michael Penix Jr. (21:55-33:30) – Following the opening segment, Dan addresses the Urban Meyer news from this weekend, takes a call about how he feels about the Chicago Cubs future, and gives an update on the name of his new show with Outkick. (33:30-39:09) – As we round out the first hour of today's show, Dan receives a call from a woman to give her perspective on the Urban Meyer situation and gives a couple different situations that could have made it worse. (39:09-59:28) – Writer for BaltimoreRavens.com in Clifton Brown to give his take on John Harbaugh's decision to have Lamar Jackson run for five yards to end the game, how people don't realize how smart of a runner Lamar is, and how good the weapons around him are. (59:28-1:14:14) – Dan comes back from break and celebrates his third consecutive win in Dan vs Fan, how he loves seeing playoff baseball games on TV at Yankee Stadium or Fenway Park, and receives a question from a caller on where the two Pacer rookies fit in with this team. (1:14:14-1:20:06) – Hour number two concludes with Dan sending his condolences to two families who lost someone that he knew from his childhood and a loyal listener that often interacted with Dan. (1:20:06-1:42:49) – The final hour of the show starts with Dan announcing that he is all in on Justin Herbert, receives a question from a caller as to how long it'll be before IU basketball is back to their roots, and a question about his bike's program. (1:42:49-1:55:09) – The Dean Mike Chappell of FOX59 and CBS4 makes his weekly appearance on the Dan Dakich Show to share his thoughts on the Colts win, how the Colts might approach trying to contain Lamar Jackson, and labels the pass rush as the main factor into beating Baltimore. (1:55:09-1:58:11) – The Dan Dakich Show closes out on a Tuesday with Dan announcing the Indiana Grand ROTD winner and producer Eddie Garrison gives a couple picks that he like's in tonight's AL Wild Card game between the Yankees and Red Sox. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Winless no more! The Colts advance to 1-3 after defeating the Dolphins in Miami. Mike Chappell and Joe Hopkins begin the show by recapping the game before discussing takeaways (9:38) and taking a look around the AFC South (24:33).
The Colts are headed to Miami where they aim to earn their first win of the season. Mike Chappell, Dave Griffiths and Joe Hopkins begin the show by discussing Marlon Mack's trade request. The gang then discusses Indy's puzzling backup QB situation (9:45) and T.Y. Hilton's IR status (16:47) before diving into this week's lengthy injury report (21:44). The crew gets you ready for the Dolphins by previewing the matchup (30:57), breaking down keys to the game (38:33) and making predictions (51:57).
(00:00-27:03) – Tuesday's show begins with Dan sharing some awesome news regarding Dakich Cycles for the City, the bikes program that he and the lovely Leigh Ross-Dakich founded. Plus, Dan reveals some news about his future broadcasting projects Later, the head coach of IU football Tom Allen stops by to look back at the Hoosiers win over Western Kentucky and preview their upcoming road game against #4 Penn State on Saturday. Plus, Dan examines further the Colts rough start to the season. (27:04-35:26) – The lovely Leigh-Ross Dakich stops by to share her thoughts on the continued success of Dakich Cycles for the City and the work they are doing for kids in the community. (35:27-37:52) – Hour number one concludes with a regular listener of the show Darreld talking with Dan about their Cardinals-White Sox World Series futures bet. Plus, Dan shares some breaking news regarding a member of the Colts. (37:53-1:00:37) – Our friend Jason Benetti, the Voice of the Chicago White Sox, joins the program to take us through the White Sox season and the success of manager Tony La Russa this year. Jason also shares individual stories from the team this year and discusses their identity as the postseason is right around the corner. (1:00:38-1:14:38) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 jumps in to discuss what's happening with the Brett Hundley Jacob Eason situation and the reports that the Colts and Marlon Mack have mutually agreed to pursue a trade for the running back. Dan and Chapp also discuss the state of the Colts following the 0-3 start to the season. (1:14:39-1:19:37) – The second hour of the show ends with Dan going over some things that he has decided to reject regarding nicknames or statuses Dan holds. (1:19:38-1:39:04) – Travis Wingfield of MiamiDolphins.com takes us Behind Enemy Lines as we learn about the Miami Dolphins and Sunday's storyline of a potential Jacoby Brissett revenge game. Travis also lets us in on the Dolphins season to this point and what Colts fans can expect Sunday in Miami. Also, Dan takes a look at some injury storylines involving the Indiana Pacers as the start of training camp looms. (1:39:05-1:55:58) – Dan shares a message that he received during the sermon at his church over the weekend. Plus, Brendan King stops to share how his experience went playing craps at a wedding over the weekend and whether or not he used Dan's advice. (1:55:59-2:01:32) – Tuesday's show concludes with Dan sharing the results from the Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Later, Dan closes the show calling those out in the media that only speak negatively of him. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Can the Colts recover from a 0-3 start and still make the playoffs? It's been done before. Joe Hopkins and Mike Chappell recap Indy's loss to the Titans (1:54), discuss takeaways (10:18) and provide an injury update (28:38).
Whether or not Carson Wentz can suit up, the Colts must find a way to beat Tennessee if they're going to avoid falling to 0-3. Mike Chappell, Dave Griffiths and Joe Hopkins begin the show with the latest injury updates. The gang then previews the matchup by breaking down the Titans (25:59), detailing keys to the game (41:12) and making predictions (48:07).
DD Show Rundown 9/22/2021 (00:00-23:51) – The show opens on a Wednesday with Dan playing some comments about the offensive line from Colts Offensive Coordinator Marcus Brady. Dan evaluates the comments and the uncertainty surrounding Carson Wentz's availability for Week 3 against the Titans. Plus, Dan looks ahead to the rest of today's show. (23:52-33:41) – Producer Kyle returns to the program from the executive chair to discuss his recent adventures around town. Dan and KK also chat on the bathroom habits of men and women and other entertaining chaos ensues. (33:42-38:28) – The first hour ends with Dan looking more at the latest with Carson Wentz's injured ankles and his availability for Sunday at Tennessee. (38:29-1:04:18) – One of our favorites the great Dan Plesac of MLB Network stops by to bring us up to date on the Wild Card races and World Series contenders in the MLB. Also, Dan shares the story of the time he broke his hip on the golf course and needed surgery. Plus, Dan also talks about what he feels needs to change in regards to at bats in today's major leagues. (1:04:19-1:17:36) – The Coach Seth Greenberg of ESPN stops by to share his thoughts on where Indiana ranks among the rest in college hoops across the country. Seth also looks at the Boilermakers and where expectations should be for them this season. (1:17:37-1:20:18) – Dan closes hour number two by answering some questions on Indiana basketball and engaging with listeners on the YouTube chat. (1:20:19-1:40:41) – Friend of the show Paul Kuharsky of Outkick 360 stops by to tell us all we need to know about the Tennessee Titans, AJ Brown, Derrick Henry, and Ryan Tannehill. Paul also weighs in on the state of the AFC South and the way the league is handling taunting calls. (1:40:42-1:53:42) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 joins the program to weigh in on the injury situation with Carson Wentz and how he feels about the overall prospects for the team through two games. (1:53:43-2:02:32) –Wednesday's show finishes with Dan asking show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Dan also talks more on the Colts and hands out a bet he likes best today. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Colts came up short Sunday in a 27-24 loss to the Rams. Mike Chappell and Joe Hopkins begin the show with an update on Carson Wentz's injury. The duo then recaps the game (3:25) before discussing takeaways (17:54) and taking a look around the AFC South (26:15).
Following their week 1 loss, the Colts are looking to rebound against the Los Angeles Rams. Mike Chappell, Dave Griffiths and Joe Hopkins begin the shows by discussing news before diving into their game preview (9:14), which includes keys defeating the Rams (42:55) and predictions (50:47).
The Colts start the season 0-1 for an eighth straight year after a 28-16 loss to the Seahawks. Mike Chappell and Joe Hopkins begin the show by recapping the game before discussing key takeaways (10:25) and wrapping up with a look at how the rest of the AFC South fared during opening week (27:13).
Week 1 is finally upon us! Mike Chappell, Dave Griffiths and Joe Hopkins begin the show by discussing news, including some positive injury updates. The gang then dives into their game preview (25:00) as the Colts prepare to host Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks.
(00:00-25:16) – Tuesday's show begins with Dan joined by the lovely Leigh Ross-Dakich as they review the dumbest things they saw from the long weekend. Also, Dan looks at the jersey that was misspelled on one of the Indiana football players' jerseys during their loss to Iowa over the weekend. Later, the head coach of Indiana Hoosiers football Tom Allen joins the program to take us through his thoughts following Iowa's dominating 34-6 win over the Hoosiers in the season opening opener. (25:17-35:56) – We return from break with Dan and Leigh taking a look at the Colts ongoing losing streak in season opener that dates back nearly a decade. They also discuss the way rankings can impact college players and review more on Indiana's opening loss at Iowa. (35:57-41:38) – The first hour closes with more from Dan and Leigh on the Colts season opening losses over the years and whether it has any bearing on Sunday's opener against Seattle. (41:39-1:06:36) – Our friend Sean Salisbury stops by the show to discuss the Colts season opener against Seattle and the substance behind Indy's 7 game losing streak in opening day games. Plus, Sean gives us the latest on Deshaun Watson and the Houston Texans and what the future holds for both parties. (1:06:37-1:19:02) – We return from break with Dan and Leigh talking more on the Deshaun Watson situation in Houston. Dan and Leigh also discuss whether or not they would trade for Watson if they were running a team. Later, they discuss NIL in college athletics and if it impacts the focus of athletes from their day to day jobs. (1:19:03-1:24:06) – The second hour of the show ends with Dan and Leigh recalling when they traveled to Nashville for Colts-Titans last year. Plus, a look back at Indiana's loss to Iowa and Notre Dame's win against Florida State. (1:24:07-1:48:34) – Dan and Leigh open the final hour of the show by giving a shoutout to friend of the show Bob Kizer, whose son is getting the start this Friday for North Central. Also, we look at the opening line for Dallas vs Tampa Bay on Thursday and Dan plays some audio from Frank Reich on Colts CB Kenny Moore. Plus, we look at how football teams, both college and professional will be impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic and the Covid Rules and Regulations put forth by the NCAA and NFL. Later, Dan and Leigh chat about an alleged sexual misconduct involving an Ole Miss Softball coach and player. (1:48:35-1:57:12) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 gives us his final thoughts on the Colts with their season opener against Seattle less than a week away. Chappy also weighs in on Eric Fisher being activated off the Covid-19 list and what it means for when he will officially start at left tackle for Indy. (1:57:13-2:02:57) – Tuesday's show closes with Dan sharing the results from today's Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Later, Dan shares how he was angry church guy over the weekend. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's been an eventful summer for the Colts who push forward toward the regular season through an onslaught of injuries and COVID-19 issues. Dave Griffiths and Joe Hopkins begin the show by breaking down how COVID has impacted the Colts this week, and we hear from GM Chris Ballard (15:14) and QB Carson Wentz (20:49) on the issue. The duo spends the second half of the show by discussing recent injury news and roster moves (30:12).
(00:00-24:40) – Tuesday's show opens with Dan sharing his thoughts on the way media has covered the Carson Wentz Covid List situation. Dan also examines the power that the media has, particularly in situations like this. Later, the head coach of Indiana football Tom Allen joins the program to take us through how they are preparing for the season opener at Iowa. Coach Allen also shares what fans can expect from the Hoosiers on both sides of the ball this season. (24:41-34:52) – We return from break with more thoughts on Carson Wentz being on the Covid list and the way it's being covered by the media. (34:53-41:35) – The first hour ends with a caller sharing his thoughts on Carson Wentz being placed on the Covid List and Dan examining further the way the media has covered Carson Wentz through all of this. (41:36-1:09:44) – Our friend Jason Benetti, the tv voice of the Chicago White Sox and ESPN broadcaster, stops by to share a story on how Indiana fans were in his mentions the other day. Plus, Benetti reveals a realization he had on Chicago suburbs. Later, we discuss not running out ground balls and the unique strategy the Tampa Bay Rays have utilized this year. Plus, a look at teams like the White Sox and if they are built for the postseason. (1:09:45-1:20:21) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 stops by to weigh in on the Carson Wentz situation and shares what his thoughts are with Colts roster cut down deadline just a few hours away. (1:20:22-1:24:40) – Dan reads some comments from fans on the YouTube Chat regarding the Colts, Carson Wentz and the Covid list. (1:24:41-1:46:51) – Hour number three begins with Dan talking further on the way the media has covered the Carson Wentz Covid List stories. Plus, a look at the apology from Javier Baez after giving the thumbs down to Mets the other day. (1:46:52-1:57:29) –Dan follows the news of 53-man roster cut down day across the NFL and interacts with the YouTube Chat and emailers on move the Colts are making. Also, we look at some unique stories in the sports world involving players receiving unexpected good news. (1:57:30-2:04:01) – Thursday's show closes with Dan sharing the results from today's Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Later, Dan reminds listeners that if Carson Wentz balls out during the season, people will forgive and forget him ending up on the Covid List. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Scott Ferrall talks about Indiana Basketball/Football/Colts Injuries with Mike Chappell of Indianapolis' Fox 59/CBS 4, talks about how incredible Shoehei Ohtani has been for the Angels and about how absolutely incredible Dennis Rodman was during his NBA career
Scott Ferrall talks about Monday's MLB games including Corey Kluber getting lit up early for the Yankees against the Angels, talks about the start of the US Open in Tennis and how they are being super soft with players after Naomi Osaka's talk of her mental health issues and talks about Carson Wentz going on the COVID list for the Colts with Legendary Colts Writer Mike Chappell of Fox 59/CBS 4 in Indianapolis
The boys are back at practice! Mike Chappell, Dave Griffiths and Joe Hopkins begin the show by discussing Carson Wentz, Quenton Nelson and Ryan Kelly's return, along with other news and notes from the week. The trio then talks takeaways from the Colts' preseason win over the Vikings (30:46) and what to expect in Indy's preseason finale vs the Lions (46:55).
(00:00-23:02) – Dan opens the show on a Monday remembering the life of Jerry Harkness, former Indiana Pacer and civil rights pioneer, who passed away today at the age of 81. Harkness played for the 1963 Loyola-Chicago Ramblers that became the first NCAA Tournament Champs to have as many as four Black starters in the lineup. Later, Dan looks back at Andrew Luck's retirement on the 2 year anniversary of Luck's shocking decision. (23:03-33:22) – Dan heads to the phone lines as callers share where they were when Andrew Luck quit on the Colts. Plus, callers also speak on the life of Jerry Harkness and share some memories of his playing career for Loyola-Chicago and the Indiana Pacers. (33:23-39:14) – We close out the first hour by playing some Colts audio, specifically Carson Wentz talking to the media about his status for Week 1 and his return from foot surgery. (39:15-1:05:35) – Our friend the tv play by play voice of the Chicago White Sox Jason Benetti stops by to take us through how life is going for Post-Covid Benetti. Jason also updates on his upcoming broadcast schedule in the college football realm. Jason also shares a story on Lance Lynn who tossed his belt at an umpire during a substance check last week. (1:05:36-1:16:18) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 joins the program to give his thoughts on if Carson Wentz will be the Colts Week 1 starter. Chappy also looks at the Colts cutting Eddy Pineiro and reviews other storylines including the left tackle situation and the chances Mike Strachan makes the final roster. (1:16:19-1:19:11) – Hour number two concludes with Dan remembering the life of Jerry Harkness and recalling the 2 year anniversary of Andrew Luck leaving the Colts. (1:19:12-1:41:45) –We begin the final hour of the show with Dan playing some audio from Carson Wentz and Frank Reich on Wentz's return to practice. Plus, Dan looks at the alliance between the Pac-12, ACC, and Big Ten that was formally announced this afternoon in response the SEC adding Oklahoma and Texas earlier this summer. Also, Dan talks on the progress of Indiana basketball's off-season in the first year of the Coach Mike Woodson era and reflects on the rough head-scratching years of IU basketball the last 10-20 years. (1:41:46-1:56:07) – Dan shares the news that Jaguars rookie running back Travis Etienne suffered a mid-foot sprain that, per ESPN's Adam Schefter, is Lisfranc and will end his season before it begins. Plus, Dan talks some more on Indiana basketball and Brendan King gives Dan a South Bend Cubs jersey. (1:56:08-2:00:59) – Tuesday's show closes with Dan sharing the results from today's Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(00:00-24:56) – We're back rolling on a Tuesday with Dan talking on some roster moves the Colts made today and sharing his thoughts on the quarterback battle between Jacob Eason and Sam Ehlinger. It's also Dan's birthday today so we give him a Congratulations. We also look at the mediocrity of the AFC South and why Dan loves chaos that benefits the Colts. (24:57-36:02) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 joins the program to share who among Eason and Ehlinger he has like more through the first preseason game. Chappy also talks on the injury timeline status of a few key players on both sides of the ball. (36:03-40:11) – Hour number one ends with a caller wishing Dan a Happy Birthday and us looking ahead to the rest of today's show. (40:12-1:05:05) – The second hour of the show opens with phone calls all around with listeners wishing Dan a very happy birthday. Plus, a caller wants more reds talk and some questions about the Colts offensive line. (1:05:06-1:17:59) – Dan looks at the resolve of the Colts as a whole, and in particular their currently injured players. Plus, more listeners call in with their birthday wishes for Dan. (1:18:00-1:24:00) – We close out the second hour of the show by looking more at the Colts quarterback competition and a listeners asks Dan what happens if Eason looks really good by the time Wentz comes back from injury. (1:24:01-1:48:20) – Our pal David Kaplan of ESPN 1000 and NBC Sports in Chicago stops by to take us through all his thoughts on the Chicago Cubs selling every significant piece on their roster at the deadline and what the future holds for the Cubbies. Kappy also shares his feelings on Bears rookie quarterback Justin Fields and tells a story about when he knew the Bears were taking Fields in the NFL Draft this past April. (1:48:21-1:58:03) –We take a glance at Indiana football as a caller asks Dan's for his thoughts on their chances this season. Dan also receives more birthday wishes from callers. (1:58:04-2:00:20) – Tuesday's show ends with Dan sharing the results from today's Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Also, Dan talks on the over/under win totals for the Colts and where things stand currently with those predictions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week on the Colts Blue Zone Podcast, Mike Chappell, Dave Griffiths and Joe Hopkins begin the show by discussing the injury to DE Kwity Paye before diving into Indy's recent flurry of contract extensions (7:27), IR and injury updates (20:42), the unofficial depth chart (32:27), the battle for backup QB (36:53), preseason game vs the Panthers (45:22) and reflecting on the Hall of Fame weekend. The show concludes with Peyton Manning (53:54) and Edgerrin James' (1:03:37) HOF speeches, courtesy of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
(00:00-21:06) – We open the show on a Tuesday with Dan reminding the audience that we told you Darius Leonard would likely return to Colts practice after his contract was completed. Sure enough, the maniac was out practicing today at Colts camp. Dan also remembers the life of legendary racing announcer and Indiana native Bob Jenkins who passed away at the age of 73. Plus, Dan interacts with fans on the YouTube chat about the Colts and Darius Leonard. (21:07-45:43) – The talented Kirk Herbstreit of ESPN joins the program to take us through his memoir Out of the Pocket: Football, Fatherhood, and College GameDay Saturdays. Kirk shares the struggles he had growing up, how football changed his life, and how he's balanced being a father through it all. Later, Dan and Krik share stories about how they adjusted schedules to be able to see their kids play youth sports. (45:45-1:02:53) – The second hour of the show begins with Dan looking further at the injuries to the Colts and whether or not it's wise to have so much money tied up in a Guard and a Linebacker in Quenton Nelson and Darius Leonard. (1:02:54-1:16:30) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 stops by to discuss Quenton Nelson and Darius Leonard getting PAID by the Colts and whether or not it's smart having that much money tied up. Dan and Chappy also look at the Colts quarterback situation and how reliable Jacob Eason and/or Sam Ehlinger could be while waiting for Carson Wentz to recover. (1:16:31-1:20:21) – Dan reviews a few comments on Twitter and also looks at what the YouTube chat has to offer today. Plus, some brief comments on the Colts injuries and IU football. (1:20:22-1:45:26) – We come back with a visit from Brendan King who shares what he's seen at Colts camp far and how he feels about the quarterback position. Plus, Mike Dussault of Patriots.com joins to continue our Behind Enemy Lines series and gives the rundown of the expectations for the Pats an the QB competition between Mac Jones and Cam Newton. Plus, some news on the Colts quarterback situation changing in how first team reps are divided. (1:45:27-1:56:42) – We take a look at some of the Colts contracts currently on the books, including the specifics of Carson Wentz's contacts. Plus, Dan shares how he looks at this Colts team as things currently stand. (1:56:43-2:00:22) – Tuesday's show closes with Dan sharing the results from today's Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Dan also asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mike Chappell covers the Colts for FOX59 and CBS4 Sports. Mike and The Professor sit down this week to cover the Seahawks' Week 1 opponent, the Indianapolis Colts. What's the QB situation now with Carson Wentz out for 5-12 weeks? What will their O-Line look like Week 1? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Peyton Manning and Edgerrin James will be enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame this weekend. Both Manning (1:27) and James (29:08) recently spoke with the media about what the honor means to them.
The euphoria of training camp didn't last long as Carson Wentz and Quenton Nelson are on the mend after suffering foot injuries. Mike Chappell, Dave Griffiths and Joe Hopkins begin the show by diving into Wentz's injury and what the Colts' backup plan looks like. The gang then turns their attention to Nelson (26:36) before discussing how much longer Ryan Kelly is expected to be out (32:23) and notes from training camp. The show ends with some relatively positive news from around the league (38:41).
Training camp is in full swing for the Colts out in Westfield, but head coach Frank Reich must wait to join the team after testing positive for COVID-19. Mike Chappell, Dave Griffiths and Joe Hopkins begin the show by breaking down how COVID-19 is greatly impacting the Colts. The gang then discusses news of the week (21:44), including Braden Smith's big-time contract extension, and highlights Indy's top training camp battles (44:59).
(00:00-23:33) – Tuesday's show begins with Dan reflecting on the performances of Team USA across all Olympic sports. Dan also weighs in on Simone Biles withdrawing from the team portion of Gymnastics at the Olympics. Also, Dan talks on what are the most interesting aspects of Colts camp that he's keeping an eye on. (23:34-40:57) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 stops by to talk on the competition at kicker to take place for the Colts, how the team has prepared itself for success this season, and where his biggest question marks are for the team headed into camp. (40:58-48:23) – The first hour closes with Dan evaluating the Deshaun Watson situation in Houston and what he would do if he was managing the Texans. Plus, more thoughts on Simone Biles and a look ahead to the rest of today's show. (48:24-1:11:27) – The head of college hoops recruiting at ESPN Paul Biancardi joins to take us through what Indiana can expect from recent 2022 commit Kaleb Banks. Paul also evaluates a number of different prospects in this week's NBA Draft, including who the Pacers could target with the 13th pick. (1:11:28-1:25:46) – Dan examines further Simone Biles decision to withdraw from the team gymnastics competition in Gymnastics and cites examples of different athletes that have been in high pressure situations over their careers and powered through adversity. Dan also calls for fans to appreciate athletes that perform at elite levels during the course of their careers. (1:25:47-1:33:42) – The second hour closes ends with Dan talking more on Aaron Rodgers and the Packers. Also, Dan shares a common trend he has noticed while driving for Door Dash. (1:33:43-2:05:49) – Our friend Jason Benetti, the TV Voice of the Chicago White Sox, makes his usual visit to chat with Dan, but this time there's a surprise in store. Brownsburg High School's own Lance Lynn, pitcher for the Chicago White Sox, stops by to chat with Benetti, gives us some further insights on the White Sox play this year, and other fun stories and antics. Later, Jason gives a call to action to the regional networks to send them to cover their teams on the road, because the product will suffer if they don't. (2:05:50-2:11:13) – We return from break with Dan talking more on the way the media cover the Indianapolis Colts, specifically with the injuries suffered during Andrew Luck's career. (2:11:14-2:17:30) – Tuesday's show ends with Dan sharing results from today's Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Also, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Later, Dan and Jimmy discuss Olympic matchups in primetime tonight and Team USA's chances at winning Gold in basketball. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Colts report to training camp in less than a week! Mike Chappell, Dave Griffiths and Joe Hopkins begin the show with news of the week, including Peyton Manning broadcasting Monday Night Football, a critical NFL vaccine update (6:25) and Fred Warner resetting the market for linebackers (11:31). The crew then debates the Colts' top five most irreplaceable players for 2021 (15:46) and continues their training camp preview by breaking down the state of the defense (29:13).
(00:00-28:55) – Dan opens Tuesday's show by talking on some of the latest headlines including the chances of the Tokyo Olympics being canceled, the reports that Aaron Rodgers turned down a contract extension. Later, Producer Kyle stops by to discuss everything from Cryptocurrency to a text exchange he and Dan had. (28:56-38:14) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 stops by to discuss what the most optimistic start for the season would be for the Colts with their challenging first five games on the schedule. (38:15-41:59) – The first hour ends with a look ahead to the rest of the show and Dan talking more on the Colts schedule and the excitement and optimism around this season. (42:00-1:06:11) – Our pal Mark Boyle, the radio voice of the Indiana Pacers, stops by to discuss flight delays, weird flavored ice cream, his similarities to Larry David, and other antics that ensue when Dan and Mark get together. (1:06:12-1:16:14) – We return from break with Producer Kyle back in the saddle as they talk more on cryptos and the AM signal here at the radio station. (1:16:15-1:28:01) – The second hour concludes with a long discussion on The Fan doing away with the AM Station, featuring visits from Programming Director Jeff Rickard and the Voice of the Colts Matt Taylor. (1:28:02-1:58:02) – The amazing Jason Benetti of ESPN and the TV Voice of the White Sox drops by to take us through his walk off call from last night's game against the Twins. Plus, Dan and Jason discuss how teams get in the zone, prep for the Olympics in Tokyo and why setting cheese ablaze is so fascinating. (1:58:03-2:01:14) – Back from break, Dan shares his thought on tonight's Game 6 of the NBA Finals between the Bucks and the Suns. (2:01:15-2:03:25) –Tuesday's show ends with Dan revealing the results from the Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Plus, Dan asks Jimmy for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Later, Dan asks folks to look after where they place their trash a little better. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We're less than two weeks away from training camp as the Colts prepare for the 2021 season. Mike Chappell is back, but to make sure he's been staying up on his Colts knowledge, the fellas test him with some Colts trivia to begin the show. The gang then discusses news of the week (4:40) and which Colts made ESPN's top 10 positional lists (8:19) before diving into their training camp preview by breaking down the state of the offense (16:49).
(00:00-23:25) – The show opens with Dan giving major thanks from yesterday's 10th Annual Tom Dakich Memorial Golf Outing. Dan also reveals how successful the event was Plus, Dan shares why he feels coaches shouldn't be in the Hall of Fame. (23:26-37:03) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 drops by to talk on who the most valuable / indispensable players on the Colts. Also, Chapp shares his advice on a bet that Dan made concerning Jonathan Taylor. (37:04-46:00) – We look further at Dan's rushing yard bet on Jonathan Taylor for this season as callers, Dan and Jimmy share their thoughts. (46:01-1:07:22) – We return from break with Dan highlighting all the folks that made yesterday's 10th Annual Tom Dakich Memorial Golf Outing such a success. Plus, we look at Team USA's latest loss in exhibition play and whether their chances for the Gold medal in basketball are in danger. (1:07:23-1:25:57) – Friend of the show Boog Sciambi of ESPN and the TV Voice of the Chicago Cubs drops by to discuss what to expect from the Cubs at the deadline, whether Mike Trout's legacy is impacted by being on a bad team, and how last night's home run derby went. (1:25:58-1:29:20) – The second hour closes with Dan giving out more thanks to those that made the 10th Annual Tom Dakich Memorial Golf Outing so special. (1:29:21-1:48:43) – Our behind enemy lines series for the Colts 20201 opponents continues Paul Kuharsky of Outkick 360 drops by the program. Paul shares his thoughts on the over/under for Derrick Henry's rushing yards this season, how the offseason has gone for the Titans, and what type of value quarterback Ryan Tannehill brings compared to the rest of the NFL. (1:48:44-2:02:17) – The talented Buster Olney of ESPN drops by to set the scene for tonight's MLB All-Star Game at Coors Field in Denver. Buster also shares his perspective from last night's Home Run Derby, including Shohei Ohtani's potential fatigue after the event and Pete Alonzo's dominant performance. (2:02:18-2:12:21) – Monday's show ends with Dan revealing the results from the Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Later, Dan shouts out one last time all those who helped with yesterday's 10th Annual Tom Dakich Memorial Golf Outing. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
After discussing news of the week, Dave Griffiths and Joe Hopkins check out which Colts made ESPN's top 10 positional list so far (19:07), predict which Colts will be elected to the Pro Bowl (27:53) and discuss some statistical milestones in reach for a few of Indy's veterans (47:17).
(00:00-22:45) – The show returns after the long 4th of July Weekend with Dan sharing his enjoyment of America and hoping everybody else enjoyed the festivities. Dan also shares his frustrations with the Cubs recent stretch of play. Plus, Dan examines the drama unfolding at ESPN between Rachel Nichols and Maria Taylor. (22:46-36:58) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 drops by to talk on why the Colts have emphasized the draft and trades more so than NFL free agency as of late. Chapp also examines the state of the roster and what he feels would make a successful season. (36:59-44:25) – Dan shares a new policy he's thinking about implementing when it comes to guests that want to promote products. (44:26-1:11:42) – Our pal Jason Benetti, the TV Voice of the Chicago White Sox, stops by to reflect on the gentleman that called in last week about having his in-laws bring five dogs to his house for the 4th of July Weekend. Plus, thoughts on what makes a party a great party, whether fireworks are really all that, and how tone can change the meaning of the phrase. (1:11:43-1:22:34) – We head to the phone lines for thoughts on the Cubs struggles, the NBA Finals, and the changes the Pacers should make to the roster, including in potential trades for Ben Simmons. (1:22:35-1:29:23) – The second hour of the show concludes with Dan providing an update on the controversy between ESPN's Maria Taylor and Rachel Nichols. Plus, a look at the news that Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo has been upgraded from doubtful to questionable for Game 1 of the NBA Finals. (1:29:24-1:52:56) – The legend Dave Portnoy of Barstool Sports stops by to talk on the companies Barstool Athlete initiative that promotes college athletes amid the new changes with Name, Image and Likeness rules in college sports. We also talk on tonight's NBA Finals Game 1 between the Phoenix Suns and the Milwaukee Bucks. (1:52:57-2:05:18) – We return from break discussing people not being “warm” enough and later take a look at bets for tonight's Game 1 of the NBA Finals. (2:05:19-2:15:36) – Tuesday's show ends with Dan revealing the results from the Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Also, Dan reminds listeners that he will be at Indiana Grand tomorrow for the Indiana Derby. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dave Griffiths and Joe Hopkins begin the show with news of the week, including the release of Indianapolis' training camp schedule. The duo discusses how Saints right tackle Ryan Ramczyk's new contract impacts Braden Smith's looming extension (7:21). The pair then ranks their top three Colts breakout candidates for 2021 (20:46).
(00:00-24:01) – For the first time in nearly a week, Dan is back in-studio sharing his thoughts on Paul George's performance last night and why it was the easiest game of his life. Dan asks for the public to hold judgement until we see what Game 6 holds. Plus, Dan talks on the importance of Trae Young pulling himself up and playing in tonight's Game 4 against the Milwaukee Bucks. (24:02-37:53) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 drops by to discuss the biggest strengths and weaknesses of the Indianapolis Colts to this point in time in the offseason. Chapp also evaluates the Colts' running back core and what the team would look like if they were a pass heavy team this season. (37:54-45:13) – We return from break with Dan examining the Colts on the defensive side of the ball and why he feels they are undervalued. (45:14-1:15:44) – Our pal Jason Benetti, of ESPN and the voice of the Chicago White Sox, stops by to take us through how the team is doing at this point in the season, and why they should proceed with caution when it comes to the trade market. (1:15:45-1:25:24) – A listener writes in sharing that their in-laws are coming in to town for the 4th of July, and they are bringing FIVE DOGS with them to his house. The listener, Blake, calls in to try and better explains the situation. (1:25:25-1:30:43) – The second hour closes with Dan pondering further what could possibly possess Blake to allow his in-laws to bring five dogs over for 4th of July Weekend. (1:30:44-1:54:47) – The radio voice of the Indiana Pacers Mark Boyle stops by to share his thoughts on the 5 dog fiasco from earlier in the show. Also, Mark evaluates the Pacers hiring of Rick Carlisle as their next head coach and how he feels about the direction of the franchise as a whole. (1:54:48-2:06:46) – Our behind enemy lines series continues as we learn about the Colts Week 3 opponent, the Tennessee Titans, courtesy of friend of the show Paul Kuharsky of OutKick 360. Paul takes us through the Titans offseason and shares his thoughts on what the Colts have done during that same stretch of time. (2:06:47-2:22:30) – Tuesday's show concludes with Dan revealing the results from the Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Also, Dan shares something that baffles him that has been on his mind all day. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A notable free agent recently expressed interest in joining the Colts. Dave Griffiths and Joe Hopkins begin the show with news around the league before diving into which remaining free agents might be worthwhile additions for Indianapolis (17:02).
(00:00-23:31) – With Dan in Chicago for the day, The Fan's own Kevin Bowen guest hosts off the bench. KB talks about the rumored candidates for the Pacers head coaching position and the importance of being successful in this year's NBA Draft. Kevin and show producer Jimmy Cook go back and forth on the Pacers chances at landing a Top 4 pick in tonight's NBA Draft lottery and which of the rumored candidates they would like to have. (23:32-42:35) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 stops by to reflect on times that the Colts secured the Number 1 Pick in the NFL Draft and why luck has so much to do with landing a top pick in any draft regardless of the sport. (42:36-44:42) – A quick segment sees Kevin Bowen looking ahead to the rest of today's show and talking more on the Colts offseason. (44:43-1:09:37) – The second hour opens with KB reflecting back on the tenure of former Colts GM Ryan Grigson and where things went wrong during that time. Kevin also talks on Dan's chat with Ryan last week and shares his thoughts on that conversation. KB dives deep into his track record as a GM and how poor his drafts were. Later, KB and Jimmy play a game of All Day or No Way featuring topics on the Pacers head coaching search, the team's draft lottery chances, and the future of the Philadelphia 76ers. (1:09:38-1:23:55) – Kevin Bowen dives into what the Colts have done this offseason, including the trade to acquire Carson Wentz from the Philadelphia Eagles. (1:23:26-1:29:58) – The second hour closes with more thoughts on the Colts offseason and a couple questions on the Pacers from YouTube chat members. (1:29:59-1:52:11) – Jeremiah Johnson of Bally Sports Indiana stops by to talk on the Pacers draft lottery hopes and the team's search for its next head coach. Plus, Jeremiah weighs in on the rumored candidates for the job and evaluates which free agent will be the hardest for the Pacers to replace (should they end up somewhere else). (1:52:12-2:06:01) – KB shares an announcement from the Colts regarding upcoming plans for joint practices. Plus KB and Jimmy discuss the play of Julio Jones against the Colts during his career and whether or not you to put stock into a certain player having success against your team. Plus, a caller talks about the US Open and the Western Conference Finals with KB. (2:06:02-2:22:30) – Tuesday's show closes with Dan sharing the results from today's Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Plus, KB asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Later, Gregg Doyel of the Indy Star stops by to talk on his latest story asking the IHSAA to rename the Arthur Trester Award, the award given to a player during the basketball state finals who excels in mental attitude, scholarship, leadership and basketball ability. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The NFL recently released an update on restrictions for vaccinated and unvaccinated players. Dave Griffiths and Joe Hopkins begin the show by discussing how this will impact the league and more specifically the Colts. The duo then breaks down how Indy's offseason moves impact the fantasy football stock of your favorite Colts players (11:26). (NOTE: Technical difficulties this week led to a reduction in sound quality. We apologize for the issue and will have it fixed by next week's show.)
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The division rival Tennessee Titans added a big-time weapon in wide receiver Julio Jones. Dave Griffiths and Joe Hopkins discuss Jones' impact on the Titans (8:48) and if his addition makes Tennessee the favorites in the AFC South. We also hear from Colts coordinators Matt Eberflus (32:06) and Marcus Brady (48:48), who recently spoke with the media.
(00:00-23:35) – Tuesday's show begins with Dan talking on the latest with Dakich Cycles for the City, his bikes program that help kids in need receive bicycles. Dan also shares his thoughts on the NBA playoffs reaching the conference semi-final stage. (23:36-37:13) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 weighs in on the AFC South following the Titans trade for Julio Jones. Chappy also talks on why the Colts didn't pursue Jones and how fans should feel about Jacob Eason as a backup quarterback. (37:14-46:02) – We return from break with Dan sharing what he has predicted the Colts to do record wise this season. Plus, more on Dakich Cycles for the City. (46:03-1:16:46) – Our friend Jason Benetti stops to talk on the use of informal terms of talking with somebody such as using the phrase “man” “bro” “dude” “cuz” to a person you hardly know. Plus, an update on the AL Central leading White Sox. (1:16:47-1:26:56)– Dan looks further at the chase for the AFC South this season that's likely to be a two horse race between the Titans and the Colts. (1:26:57-1:35:35) –Last segment, somebody sent Dan an email about D.J. White and Eric Gordon from when Dan was coaching at Indiana. Dan looks back at those days and shares his thoughts on Indiana basketball of the past few eras. (1:35:36-1:59:39) – The Voice of the Colts Matt Taylor stops by to share his thoughts on the Titans acquiring Julio Jones and what it means for the Colts hopes to win the AFC South. Matt also talks on Colts minicamp and how the game has changed over the last few years. Later, the lovely Leigh Ross-Dakich calls in to give us an update on today's Dakich Cycles for the City events. (1:59:40-2:11:50) – Dan answers a question from a listener about Jacob Eason as the backup quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts. Later, some callers join to ask about the Colts and Dakich Cycles for the City. (2:11:51-2:21:58) – Tuesday's show closes with Dan sharing results from the Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Dan also asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of the JCook Plays of the Day. Also, Dan gives us a rundown of what's happening with Dakich Cycles for the City tomorrow. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(00:00-26:16) – Tuesday’s show begins with Dan asking show producer Jimmy Cook a question about the future of Coach Nate Bjorkgren here in Indiana and Coach Brad Stevens in Boston. The role of backup QB for the Colts is examined as well. Additionally, Dan talks on Naomi Osaka mental health struggles and the seriousness of mental health. (26:17-37:19) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 joins the show to talk on whether the Colts should pursue a better option at the backup quarterback position. Plus, Dan and Mike discuss the Colts offseason to this point. (37:20-47:04) – The first hour ends with Dan discussing the latest on his Door Dashing adventures and why he likes a specific prop bet for tonight’s Lakers-Suns Game 5. (47:05-1:10:01) – In a segment that saw our friend Jason Benetti absent due to prep work, Dan instead talks about the rest of today’s show, including a conversation with Eric Pankowski of Hoosier Hysterics. Additionally, Dan highlights the success of the Chicago White Sox and Chicago Cubs to this point in the season. Later, Dan talks on the lack of real conversations regarding race and other sensitive topics over the last year. (1:10:02-1:27:57)– Eric Pankowski of Hoosier Hysterics joins the show to promote his ongoing campaign for a spot on the Indiana University Board of Trustees. His goals include working on fixing rising tuition costs, reasserting the value of an IU degree compared to other Big Ten schools, and other important issues on the mind of students, parents, and alumni across the state and the country. (1:27:58-1:29:59) – The second hour ends concludes quickly with Dan looking ahead to the rest of the show and looking back on the conversation with Eric Pankowski. (1:30:00-1:53:00) – Dan opens the final hour of the show discussing the latest in antics by fans at the NBA Playoffs across the country. Additionally, Dan talks about the issues surrounding the country in today’s society. Also, Dan stresses how phenomenal the radio broadcast was of the Indianapolis 500 and why he and his family enjoyed it so much. (1:53:01-2:07:25) – Dave Pasch of ESPN stops by to talk on the biggest storylines in the NBA Playoffs so far, including the show that the young stars like Luka Dončić and Ja Morant are putting on. Later, Dave shares who he feels is the favorite to hoist the Larry O’Brien trophy this year. Dave is also the play by play voice of the Arizona Cardinals, so Dan asks him how Cardinals rookie and former Purdue standout Rondale Moore is perceived amid the organization. (2:07:260-2:12:28) – Tuesday’s show ends with Dan sharing results from the Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today’s edition of the JCook Plays of the Day. Later, final thoughts on tonight’s NBA Playoff schedule. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(00:00-25:53) – Tuesday’s show begins with Dan discussing Iowa Hawkeyes point guard Jordan Bohannon getting assaulted outside an Iowa City bar. Also, Dan talks on the future of the Indiana Pacers and examines what changes they should make. Plus, more on Dan’s Door Dashing and some of the national media criticizing him for it. (25:54-36:04) – Dan looks further at the issues with the Pacers from top to bottom and what decisions the team should make this offseason. (36:05-41:22) – The question of how early is too early to order a pizza is reviewed by Dan and Jimmy. Plus, some YouTube chat members get in on the conversation. (41:23-1:10:11) – Our buddy Jason Benetti, the TV play by play voice of the White Sox, stops by to takes us through the White Sox TV game called #IsItLunch where fans send in pictures during White Sox day games and asks the question is it lunch. Plus more antics that occur during a Dan and Benetti conversation. (1:10:12-1:18:28)– A.J. Foyt Racing’s Charlie Kimball stops by to take us through his perspective of getting bumped from the Indy 500 and why he chose to handle everything as gracefully as he did. (1:18:29-1:26:03) – Hour two concludes with Dan and Jimmy discussing Nikola Jokic’s inability to grab two more rebounds last night. Plus, Dan interacts more with listeners on YouTube regarding his Door Dashing adventures. (1:26:04-1:48:25) – Graham Rahal of Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing stops by to take us through his mentality heading into the Indy 500, if he reminisces on his defeats, and how you stay patient during the Greatest Spectacle in Racing. Also, more on the Pacers and what the future may hold for them. (1:48:26-2:00:03) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 joins the program to share with us how joint practices between teams work in the NFL offseason. Also, Chap talks on the state of the Colts at this point in the offseason and what he expects from Wentz in Year 1 with Indianapolis. Additionally, Dan and Chap talk on the status of recently signed LT Eric Fisher and if they expect to see him by Week 1. (2:00:04-2:05:42) – Tuesday’s show closes with Dan sharing the results from today’s Race of the Day from Indiana Grand Racing and Casino. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today’s edition of the JCook Plays of the Day. Also, The Fan’s own Brendan King takes us through the Panthers win over the Lightning to stay alive in the First Round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(00:00-23:24) – Tuesday’s show opens with Dan giving his early thoughts on Pacers-Hornets tonight in their NBA Play-In contest. Also, Dan plays a clip from media availability with Colts head coach Frank Reich where The Fan’s own Kevin Bowen asks if Carson Wentz was a broken player last year. Also, Dan has callers join the show so that he can complement them on the great questions. (23:25-36:54) – The great Eddie White of the World’s Greatest Postgame Show visits the program to discuss the Pacers Play-in game tonight against the Charlotte Hornets and what the lineup will look like with the breaking news that Caris Levert is out due to health and safety protocols. (36:55-39:35) – Dan closes hour number one looking more at Eric Fisher’s status by the time Week 1 rolls around and discuss Indiana basketball. (39:36-1:09:50) – Our friend Jason Benetti drops by to vent his frustration with relying on others during a White Sox broadcast (specifically the production crew of other teams). Also, Jason reveals some of his biggest pet peeves, both in life and in broadcasting, and shares his thoughts on Kevin Pilar getting hit in the face by a pitch last night. The safety of the game and pitchers throwing at players is also discussed. (1:09:51-1:14:49)– In a quick segment, Dan previews the rest of the show and gets a call from long-time listener Airport Jimmy. (1:14:50-1:19:37) – The second hour concludes with Dan and Jimmy evaluating the line of the Pacers-Hornets Play-In game following Caris Levert being held out due to health and safety protocols. (1:19:38-1:41:22) – Indy’s own Michael Grady of the YES Network drops by to give his thoughts on the Pacers-Hornets win or go home Play-In Contest. MG expands on the Play-In Tournament as a whole and whether or not he thinks it will stick long term in the NBA. Grady also weighs in on Kwame Brown’s beef with Gilbert Arenas, Matt Barnes, and Stephen Jackson. Plus, the health of the Brooklyn Nets for the duration of the playoffs is examined. (1:41:23-1:53:38) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 joins to share his thoughts on the Colts O-Line, the decision by the players to have 2 weeks of on-field work in the month of May and then more time off, and whether a 17 game season is a good or a bad thing. (1:53:39-1:56:46) – Tuesday’s show wraps up with Dan sharing the results from the Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Also, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today’s edition of the JCook Parlay of the Day. Later, Dan gives his final thoughts on tonight’s win or go home Pacers-Hornets Play-In Game. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
DD Show Rundown 05/11/2021 (00:00-22:09) – Tuesday’s show opens with Dan asking why people find Tim Tebow so interesting. Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook and callers why they feel Tebow continues to have heavyweight star power in the media. Plus, Dan looks back a Tim Tebow’s career and examines why Jaguars Head Coach Urban Meyer decided to sign Tebow to play tight end. (22:10-36:31) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 joins to give his thoughts on the Colts signing former Chiefs LT Eric Fisher and what it does for them with the season four months away. Also, Chappy participates in the Tim Tebow Jaguars signing conversation and discusses the NFL’s ability to be a year round marketing machine. (36:32-45:04) – The first hour ends with Dan talking more on the Eric Fisher signing and Tim Tebow signing with the Jags to play TE. Also, Dan takes some phone calls on Aaron Rodgers, IU soccer and the Fisher signing. (45:05-1:17:27) – Our friend Jason Benetti, the TV voice of the Chicago White Sox, weighs in on the Tim Tebow popularity conversation and why he’s been able to sustain relevance at such a high level over the last decade. Jason also talks on why he believes Zach Wilson can be a star in the NFL. Later, Benetti updates us on the 1st Place in the AL Central Chicago White Sox. (1:17:28-1:20:08)– In a very short segment Dan talks on some bets he plans on making today across the sports landscape. (1:20:09-1:28:33) – Hour number two ends with Dan sharing the news the Jags HC Urban Meyer will join the show on Thursday. Also, Dan interacts with listeners via email and on YouTube and looks ahead to the rest of today’s show. (1:28:34-1:51:01) – The talented World Series winning pitcher with the 1990 Cincinnati Reds Rob Dibble joins to update us on the state of the MLB to this point and which teams look like true contenders so far. Plus, Dibbs shares some stories from his playing days. (1:51:02-2:03:30) – Dan shares the reports that the Green Bay Packers are bringing in former Colts QB Chad Kelly for a tryout. Plus, we hand out a pair of tickets to Dierks Bentley. (2:03:31-2:12:00) – Tuesday’s show ends with Dan sharing the results from the Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Also, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today’s edition of the JCook Parlay of the Day. Plus, some talk on the NBA Playoffs which are about a week away. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(00:00-22:22) – Tuesday’s show begins with a classic Dan rant following the Pacers 154-141 loss to the Washington Wizards last night. Dan says the NBA is unwatchable and that the Pacers effort game to game has been shameful. (22:23-33:34) – The Dean Mike Chappell of FOX 59 and CBS 4 gives us his analysis following the choices made by the Colts in the NFL Draft. Chappy also shares what he expects from the team this season and what the keys to a successful campaign are. (33:35-42:27) – Hour number one ends with Dan giving his thoughts on hall of famer and former Colts' Team President / GM Bill Polian’s comments about the Colts draft choices. Polian shared these comments on The Fan Morning Show with Jeff and Big Joe earlier today. (42:28-1:04:51) – Our friend Sean Salisbury visits the show to share his thoughts on the picks made by the Colts and the entire league in the NFL Draft this past weekend. Plus, Sean looks at the direction of the Colts moving forward and shares some stories from his time as an actor. (1:04:52-1:21:25)– We return from break with Dan sharing his continued frustrations on the Pacers and their lack of effort. Dan also feels that the NBA has a lack of toughness and is completely unwatchable. (1:21:26-1:28:16) – The second hour concludes with callers asking Dan about the NFL Draft and commenting on the NBA. (1:28:17-1:52:12) – The talented Joe Reitz drops by to evaluate left tackle for the Colts and discuss what the future of that position will be for them. Plus, a look at the team's offseason as a whole. Later, Dan and Jimmy discus some betting in the MLB and the NBA. (1:52:13-2:02:38) – We discuss the top sporting events by viewership (non-football) since 2019. Also, we head to the phone lines for fans to clear their minds. (2:02:39-2:10:29) – Tuesday’s show wraps up with Dan sharing the results from today’s Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today’s edition of the JCook Parlay of the Day. Later, Dan goes over some current event stories in the news. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.