Sam and Brad got into today's Wager of the Day for Monday. The guys picked the total of the Cavs/Heat Game (a game you can hear on 1590 WAKR). According to the oddsmakers, the Cavs are -8 and the total is 215 1/2. They also picked how many three pointers will be made by the Golden State Warriors against Atlanta.
The guys also picked some select college basketball games as well.
Former Ellet football coach Joe Yost joined Sam and Brad to talk about his retirement from the sidelines after 38 years.
Browns beat writer Nate Ulrich spoke with Sam and Brad on Monday to talk about the NFL Combine, free agency, and if they would take Texas A&M edge rusher Myles Garrett #1 overall.
For the full interview, click here.
Sam Bourquin and Brad Russell spoke with Chris Broussard from FS1 to talk about the Cleveland Cavaliers as they get closer to the close of the regular season.
Chris talked about the challenges posed to head coach Ty Lue in terms of managing minutes and lineup combinations.
For the full interview with Chris and the guys, click here.
A fixture at Ellet High School for nearly four decades, Joe Yost has decided to call it a career. Yost called into the Ray Horner Morning Show to talk about his long tenure with the Orangemen, which included 23 winning seasons and a collection of shared and outright City Series titles. Why retire now? “I just thought it was the right time,” says Yost.
The Coventy Comets will be preparing for a tough Kenmore Cardinals team in the Sectional Finals tonight at 7 p.m.
First-year head coach for the Comets Mike DiFalco spoke with Sam and Brad on game day to talk about his team, their road to the tournament, and the challenge from Kenmore.
After 38 seasons as the head coach of the Ellet Orangemen football team, Joe Yost resigned from his position Friday morning.
Athletic Director of the Akron Public Schools, Joe Vassalotti joined the Sam and Brad Show on Friday to talk about his legacy for the Ellet community and how he impacted the lives of many young people.
Vassalotti coached against Yost during his own coaching journey. He said when people think Ellet, and especially Ellet football, you think Joe Yost.
Yost won 234 games as the Ellet head football coach and accumulated many other accolades throughout his coaching career including multiple City Series Championships.
Vassalotti said Yost plans on taking some time to himself and still being active in the Ellet community.
Joe Yost could not be reached for comment.
The full interview can be heard here.
Veteran high school sports reporter Tim Rogers who covers a lot of the area teams for various outlets spoke with the Sam and Brad Show on Thursday to talk about the tournament and some of the teams making some noise in the early part of the tournament.
Tim talked about Copley's win over Barberton in the first round, some of the big games tomorrow, including Coventry/Kenmore and St. Vincent St. Mary, who will be taking on Field.
The full interview can be heard below.
Steve Palazzolo from Pro Football Focus joined the Sam and Brad Show Thursday to talk NFL Combine from Indianapolis.
For the full interview, click here.
President Donald Trump struck a different, much softer tone as he laid out an outline of his policy agenda Tuesday night in a joint address to Congress. Reps. Tim Ryan (D-Niles) and Dave Joyce (R-Russell Twp.) joined Jasen to react to the speech and discuss how Trump's proposals will be viewed in Congress.
Dr. Ajay Seth from Spectrum Orthopedics to talk about the knee injury sustained by Kevin Durant, what that means for him and the Golden State Warriors moving forward, and a possible June date with our Cleveland Cavaliers.
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.
Russ Swartz, the head boys' basketball coach of the Mogadore Wildcats, joined the Sam and Brad Show Tuesday to talk about his team's matchup with Hillsdale tonight.
The game starts at 7p.m.tonight in Mogadore.