Tim Debevec, the head coach of the Jackson Polar Bears spoke with Sam and Brad Monday after their state championship clinching win over Moeller 39-38 in Columbus.
Jackson High boys basketball coach Tim Debevec spoke with Sam and Brad Wednesday live from the Wingstop in Wallhaven as the Polar Bears prepare for Lakewood St. Edward's later on this week in Columbus.
Tim Debevec, head coach of the Jackson Polar Bears boys' basketball team caught up with Sam and Brad on a Feel Good Friday to talk about his team's 80-59 win over Medina.
The Polar Bears advance to the Regional Final to take on Toledo St. John.
Jackson head basketball coach Tim Debevec joined the Sam and Brad Show Wednesday to talk about his team's dominant win over Perry as well as their season thus far.
The Polar Bears are 12-1 during the 2016-17 season thus far.
After 30 years, the Eastern Michigan Eagles are back in the bowls as the head to the Bahamas to face Old Dominion, and a familiar name will be there suiting up for the Eagles of EMU next Friday.
Former Jackson Polar Bear, Canton native, and current EMU offensive lineman Darien Terrell joined the Sam Bourquin Show on a "Feel Good Friday" to talk about his journey with the Eastern Michigan Eagles and their trip to the Bahamas.
Terrell, a senior, wears #71.
The game can be seen on ESPN December 23 at 1 p.m.
The Jackson Polar Bears are rolling this 2016 season and are looking to go 7-0 on the season after a defeat of the GlenOak Golden Eagles last Friday night.
Tim Budd the head coach of the Polar Bears joined Brad Russell to talk about his squad, and his young quarterback Jaret Pallotta who threw 5 TD's against the Golden Eagles.
The Polar Bears will square off against McKinley during Week 7.
The Jackson Polar Bears are undefeated at 5-0 and will be looking for 6-0 when they square off against the GlenOak Golden Eagles this Friday night.
Jackson head football coach Tim Budd joined the Sam Bourquin Show Wednesday to talk about his squad, their effort, and what they've been doing.
Budd says GlenOak is going to be a challenge from a physicality standpoint.
"I think we're going to have to play our best football, without a doubt." Budd said.
Last week against Lake, they held te Blue Streaks to 13 points and held their star running back Joel Francis to just 37 yards rushing.
The Jackson Polar Bears will have a tough task on their hands against Lake in Week 5 in a Federal League duel.
Head Coach of the Polar Bears Tim Budd joined the Sam Bourquin Show Thursday to talk about the matchup and what his team needs to do in order to win.
The Jackson Polar Bears are rolling at 13-0 and with their experience on the diamond, they could be heading towards some big things this spring.
Head Coach of the Polar Bears Bill Gamble joined the Sam Bourquin Show Tuesday to talk about his club and what they've been doing as of late, and what they are looking to do moving forward.
The Polar Bears are coming off a 10-0 win over Aurora Monday, and with this year's team, there's a lot of strengths to discuss.
"We're throwing strikes, we're throwing it well, and picking it, and getting off the field," Gamble says. "I think that's a big deal, even as the weather turns and everybody gets a little more of that baseball fever and the tournament nears, you still got to be able to throw and pick it."
Jackson returns 16 young men and they understand the concepts and the culture set by the coaching staff, according to Gamble.
"Guys are competing like heck for playing time, for starts, and it all starts with our competitive practices."
The Polar Bears will play McKinley this week before taking on Doug Miller's Canton Central Catholic team on Saturday.
The Jackson Polar Bears have put the cap on an impressive 2015-16 campaign, and they are ready for a deep run in the Division I State Basketball Tournament.
Tim Debevec of the Jackson Polar Bears joined Sam Bourquin Show on Monday to talk about how his club has done this season, and how their challenging out-of-conference slate has helped them get ready to face some tough teams in D-I.
"I thought we had a tremendous year with the schedule we had, the non-league schedule, it was disappointing not to win the (Federal) League this year, but at least we won a share, and we'll be ready for the tournament," Debevec explained.
Led by young men like Kyle Young and Logan Hill, the Polar Bears have been coming on strong, but coach Debevec says the fun starts now.
"We're excited about it, and hopefully we can make a long tournament run."
The Jackson Polar Bears are coming off a win against Green on Friday and will have a couple of solid Federal League matchups against Hoover and Lake.
Tim Debevec, the head coach of the Polar Bears' boys basketball team joined the Sam Bourquin Show Monday to talk about his squad and the grind that is the Federal League.
"We're playing well right now ,we have to play better defense, you can't give up 60 like we did against Green, but we scored 81, so we're doing well offensively."
On Tuesday, the Polar Bears will take on the Hoover Vikings, led by coach Todd Blackledge. Debevec says he knows his team will have its hands full with Hoover.
"They have Eli (Blackledge,coach's son), and they have a good group of shooters to go along with him."
The tip between Jackson and Hoover is 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Coach Tim says you have to be ready to battle in the Federal League week in and week out.
"It's kind of bunched up there at the top, it's a great league, and we'll be ready to go tomorrow night."
Friday night at the Canton Memorial Fieldhouse, the Canton McKinley Bulldogs and the Jackson Polar Bears will get together for part two of their basketball series.
Rick Hairston joined the Sam Bourquin Show Thursday to talk about the matchup, and the atmosphere surrounding the game.
"We didn't take care of the ball in the first game," Hairston said. "We remember Jackson is a good basketball team, and they have more than just Kyle Young and Logan Hill."
Jackson won the first matchup by ten points in the early part of the season.
"You really have to play well to beat this team because they play with a certain amount of swagger and confidence."
The Polar Bears on the other hand are looking forward to getting on the road and playing a solid team. Tim Debevec joined the Sam Bourquin Show as well.
"It should be an exciting night, and you'll see something good from both teams."
He says his team is going to have to play better than they did in their first meeting in order to beat the Bulldogs.
"They have a lot of talent, it's going to be a big game for us.