Hour 2 – Penn State Football Sideline Reporter/Hockey Play-By-Play Broadcaster Brian Tripp is looking to see how Penn State responds after the bye week and has an update on hockey, NBC Sports Philly Flyers Broadcaster Jim Jackson likes what he’s seeing from the Flyers ‘FAB’ line, and Steve wonders if there’s something else going on with Ben Simmons mentally.
Hour 2 – York Daily Record’s Frank Bodani says the Penn State running game suddenly has a lot of question marks, but its crucial for it to get right now, and Steve says James Franklin’s name is one that sticks with big school coaching vacancies.
Wednesday 10/20/21 Hour 1 – Steve isn’t worried about the Penn State QB situation with or without Sean Clifford, and new Sixers TV Announcer Kate Scott opens up about her path to the job, the Sixers and still focused despite the Ben Simmons saga, and more.
Hour 2 – USA Today’s Neal Coolong says TJ Watt is still not having a great season overall, and Steve is annoyed by networks over saturating replays and camera angles on big name NFL players during games.
Hour 2 – 93.7 The Fan’s Chris Mack says Big Ben’s communication issues with receivers this season is ‘strange,’ Baseball America’s JJ Cooper says the MLB housing agreement for minor leaguers gives players more time to pursuit their dream, and Steve checks in on the status of Washington State football coach Nick Rolovich.
Hour 2 – Steve says Kirk Ferentz had time to think about an answer to the Penn State injury question, and Penguins Radio Play-By-Play Broadcaster Josh Getzoff says most of the Penguins stars are close to returning.
Wednesday 10/13/21 Hour 1 – Steve says Kirk Ferentz should know how to answer the Penn State injury question, and NBC Sports Philly’s Reuben Frank says Nick Sirriani has had trouble finding a rhythm in his play calling.
Hour 2 – Steve says the NFL needs to look at ‘enabler’s from the Jon Gruden situation, and USA Today’s Neal Coolong says we’ll find out JuJu Smith-Schuster’s worth to the Steelers in the coming weeks.
Hour 2 – Bucknell football coach Dave Cecchini says his team has been in a position where freshman have inherited starting roles instead of earning them, and Steve says the umpires got the call right in the Top of the 13th in Game 3 at Fenway Park.
Monday 10/11/21 Hour 1 – Steve dispels some assumptions from fans on Taquan Roberson’s performance,and SI.com’s Mark Wogenrich, he says Saturday’s loss is a 14-point victory if it continued on that course.
Hour 2 – Blue-White Illustrated’s Nate Bauer says Jordan Stout is the MVP of the season, and the run defense plays a part in the secondary’s success; and more on Urban Meyer and a revealing report from NFL Network’s Michael Silver.
Wednesday 10/06/21 Hour 1 – Steve had heavy criticism for Giancarlo Stanton not running hard after his two near-homers that no one’s really talking about, and Urban Meyer’s biggest mistake was not flying back with the Jags after a tough loss.
Hour 2 – Guests: Sweeny Murti, Yankees’ Journalist joins Steve to discuss the Yankee’s interesting season. Are the Yankees a good team or a great team? Neal Coolong from Steelers Wire is back to discuss their current line-up, Ben Roethlisber’s injuries and where do the Steelers go from here?
Tuesday 10/05/21 Hour 1 – Topics: Steve previews the Dodgers vs Cardinals game tomorrow; why the Dodgers may not pick up the win, Steve reacts to JD Martinez’s injury. and more thoughts about the Dodgers’ line-up. Steve on Amy Golaszewski returning, “you always want to work with people who can make you better.”
Hour 2 – Guests: Reading Eagle’s Rich Scarcella, he says Penn State’s offense took a step back last week vs Villanova, especially the run game, Indiana has been a tough matchup lately, and more; USA Today’s Neal Coolong, he thinks Big Ben forgot what down it was on the 4th and 10 debacle, assessment of the team at a 1-2 start, and more.
Thursday 9/30/21 Hour 1 – Topics: Steve reveals why Penn State didn’t recruit LeSean McCoy, and more on why Steve says Jalen Hurts is who he is by now. Plus, its this week’s edition of our high school football roundtable.
Hour 2 – Guests: NBC Sports Philly’s Dave Zangaro, he says Miles Sanders’ two carries is unacceptable and Eagles have to actually run the ball more, you saw some troubling things from Jalen Hurts, and more; Steelers Radio Network/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s Gerry Dulac, on the US’ dominating win in the Ryder Cup, there were several issues with the 4th and 10 play call, and more.
NBC Sports’ Peter King says don’t expect universal love for Tom Brady’s return to New England Sunday night – some reactions from fans my surprise you – and his column on his dad’s influence on his career.
Hour 2 – Guest: NBC Sports’ Peter King, Topics: Steve says Tom Brady’s daily chip on his shoulder is always demanding to be coached hard, not revenge, and Steve is again not buying into the ‘revenge’ factor of the Indiana game.
Tuesday 9/28/21 Hour 1 – Topics:Steve is joining the party questioning why Miles Sanders only had two carries last night, Guest: Blue-White Illustrated’s Greg Pickel, he says James Franklin had a message from last week and the team’s picked up on it, John Lovett’s future role in the offense, and more.
Monday 9/27/21 Hour 1 – Topics: Steve says Saturday was a win with teachable moments, and Steve blames Big Ben for the 4th and 10 throw late in the game, and has growing concerns creating hostility in college football, especially toward players with NIL deals.
Tuesday 9/21/21 Hour 1 – Topics: Where the Eagles and Steelers stand after two weeks. Guest: KYW’s Matt Leon, on the Eagles frustrating loss to the 49ers, Bryce Harper’s hot streak, Ben Simmons future and more.
Hour 2 – Guest: Bucknell Football Coach Dave Cecchini, he says the team needs to settle on a quarterback, had high praise for running back Danny Meuser, and more. Topics: Steve says the down debacle by the refs was ‘bizzaro world’ from his viewpoint in the booth.
Monday 9/20/21 Hour 1 – Topics: Steve says Saturday night’s game lived up to the hype, and also has high praise for Jahan Dotson. Guest: SI.com’s Mark Wogenrich, he says Saturday night was Sean Clifford’s best game of his career, Saturday’s White Out exceeded his expectations, and more.