Highland HS head football coach Mike Gibbons spoke with Sam and Brad Tuesday ahead of Friday's matchup with Aurora.
Scott Chouinard, the head coach of the Copley Indians football team spoke with Sam and Brad to discuss their big win over Revere last week and their upcoming game with Tallmadge.
A couple from Akron was among the thousands at the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas when a gunman opened fire, killing at least 59 people and injuring more than 500.
Angella Rose was listening to country artist Jason Aldean's performance when she heard rapid fire gunshots ring out. She and her husband first took cover by laying down on the bleachers before fleeing the festival area. Both escaped unhurt, and Angella posted videos of the scene to her Facebook page.
Rose joined The Jasen Sokol Show to talk about her experience.
Cleveland Indians beat writer Paul Hoynes from Cleveland.com and the Cleveland Plain Dealer spoke with Sam Bourquin and Brad Russell to discuss the ALDS Thursday.
The Tribe will play the winner of the Yankees/Twins Wild Card Game on Tuesday.
Dan Dakich, former Bowling Green and Indiana basketball coach spoke with Sam and Brad to talk about the ongoing NCAA Basketball coaches' scandal.
Dakich is currently a host of a radio show in Indianapolis and a college basketball analyst for ESPN.
East Head Coach Marques Hayes spoke with Sam and Brad on a Friday afternoon to talk about the Dragons' upcoming game tonight against Firestone.
From the desert, Scotty D returned from Vegas to make his picks against the spread in college and pro football.
In college, Scotty's taking Florida State (-7) and Ole Miss (+28).
In the NFL Green Bay is a "pick em" and Atlanta is a "pick em" as well.
Listen to the rest....for entertainment purposes only.
Hoban head football coach Tim Tyrrell spoke with Sam Bourquin and Brad Russell to talk about last week's win over STVM and their upcoming game with Mentor Lake Catholic.
Akron's own LeBron James spoke at Cleveland Cavaliers Media Day Monday to address some of the social issues going on in our society, and with that he addressed the NFL for its various signs of solidarity Sunday.
"Mr. Cavalier" Austin Carr joined the Sam and Brad Show to talk about the upcoming 2017-18 Cavaliers season at Media Day Monday.
Carr looked at what he's most excited about for this year.
"The one thing they've done in the offseason is they have improved the depth of our team," he said.
New Cleveland Cavalier Jae Crowder spoke with Sam and Brad to talk about his transition from Boston to Cleveland.
The Cavs open up with Boston and Jae says he can't wait to "kick their ass."
The teams meet October 17.
Cavaliers forward Channing Frye joined the Sam and Brad Show from Cavs Media Day Monday to discuss the season, including the opener against the Boston Celtics.
Frye didn't mince words when talking about former Cavalier Kyrie Irving.