FoxSports Ohio Golf Host Jimmy Hanlin spoke with Sam Bourquin and Brad Russell ahead of the Masters at Augusta National.
The tournament starts Thursday and there's been some heavy rains down in Georgia, which could make things interesting.
For the full interview, click here.
Fox Sports Ohio's own Campy Russell spoke with Sam and Brad on a Feel Good Friday to talk about the Cavs' win from last night and how Kevin Love's return helps the Wine and Gold.
Love missed some time recovering from knee surgery.
The full interview can be heard here.
Cavaliers play-by-play man Fred McLeod from Fox Sports Ohio spoke with Sam and Brad Wednesday to talk about the team's workmanlike win over Minnesota Tuesday and their game tonight against the Indiana Pacers.
The full interview can be heard below.
FoxSportsOhio Cavaliers' Sideline reporter Allie Clifton spoke with Sam and Brad to talk a little Wine and Gold heading into tonight's game with the Suns and the Saturday matchup with the Spurs.
The Cavs and Suns tip things off at the Q at 7pm tonight. You can catch the action on 1590 WAKR and Allie on FoxSportsOhio.
Campy Russell from FoxSports Ohio joined Sam and Brad to break down the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors as well as discuss the budding rivalry between the two teams.
The game can be heard at 8pm on 1590 WAKR. The full interview can be heard here.
Al Pawlowski, the host of Indians Live spoke with Sam Bourquin Monday ahead of Game #6 of the World Series between the Cubs and Indians.
For the full interview with Sam and Al, click here.
The Cavaliers and Warriors will be heading back to Cleveland and this Game 6 is expected to have an electric atmosphere inside the Q.
Fred McLeod, the Cavs' play-by-play announcer from Fox Sports Ohio joined the Sam Bourquin Show Wednesday to talk about the series, how fun it's been, and how the Cavs have responded with their back against the wall.
"This is what you'd hope for, this is what you expect, and tomorrow night should be the most dramatic game we've seen of the series so far," he said.
Fred says he expects LeBron to pick up where he left off in Game 5. Not 41 points per say, but McLeod says his confidence is unshakeable.
For the full interview with Fred McLeod, click right here.