Tuesday, 12 December 2017 16:20

AUDIO Chris Spielman Talks NFL, Browns

Chris Spielman, former NFL player, Massillon Tiger, and Ohio State Buckeye, spoke with Sam and Brad to talk a little NFL and the state of the Cleveland Browns.

Spielman is now a college and NFL analyst for FOX Sports.

 

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Monday, 09 October 2017 15:45

AUDIO John Smoltz Talks ALDS, Pitching

Hall of Fame pitcher and FOX Sports MLB Analyst John Smoltz spoke with Sam and Brad ahead of Game #4  of the ALDS in New York.

 

The Indians hold a 2-1 lead over the Yankees in the best-of-five series. 

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Tuesday, 28 February 2017 16:50

AUDIO Charles Davis Talks NFL, Combine

NFL Network and FOX Sports College Football Lead Analyst Charles Davis spoke with Sam and Brad Tuesday to talk about some of the latest news with the National Football League.

 

 For the full interview with Charles, click here.

 

 

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One of the newest members of the sports team at FOX Sports made an appearance  on a "Feel Good Friday" to talk about his new venture in broadcasting and discuss the NFL game today and how it differed from when he played.

Former Massillon Tiger, OSU Buckeye, and NFL linebacker and current FOX NFL and college football analyst Chris Spielman joined the Sam Bourquin Show to discuss moving on from ESPN and his time working in the booth with Sean McDonough.

"Anytime you get a chance to challenge yourself or do something new, it is exciting," Spielman said. "For me this year in 2016, I'm going to do all NFL games, and I've done some NFL preseason stuff in the past."

 

Chris and Sean teamed up for ESPN's college football broadcast and he says one of the cool things about working with Sean was their on-air chemistry and ability to let the broadcast "breathe." He says that their chemistry helped propel them to new heights, with Chris at FOX and Sean as the voice of Monday Night Football.

"I was a small part of him achieving a life-long goal and that felt good."

Chris also talked about the NFL game, and as a former linebacker with the Lions, Bills, and Browns, and he said that as a defensive player, they have to be able to adjust to the rules being geared towards the offensive side of the ball.

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