Stow head football coach Mark Nori spoke with Sam and Brad after his team's victory Thursday night over Hudson to move to 7-1 on the season.
Scotty D in Vegas came on from the desert with picks against the spread in college and pro football including an and 2 team NFL teaser with the 7 points in play, Houston (-2 1/2) over Cleveland and Baltimore (PICK) over Chicago.
Listen to the college picks and the rest of the conversation...for entertainment purposes only.
Terry Pluto, sport columnist for the Cleveland Plain Dealer and Cleveland.com joined the Sam and Brad Show to talk about the Indians' loss at the hands of the Yankees.
He also discussed the players who are free agents including Jay Bruce and Carlos Santana, and if they would be in an Indians uniform next spring.
Tim Tyrrell, the head coach of the Archbishop Hoban Knights spoke with the Sam and Brad Show ahead of their showdown with Walsh Jesuit.
Former Cleveland Indian "Super" Joe Charboneau spoke with Sam and Brad ahead of tonight's Game #5 in Cleveland.
He says he's confident the Indians can move past the Yankees and advance to the ALCS.
John Telich from Fox 8 Sports spoke with Sam and Brad ahead of a win-or-go-home Game #5 at the corner of Carnegie and Ontario between the Indians and Yankees.
Head Coach of the Coventry Comets Ed Egan stopped by the Sam and Brad Show to talk about his team's matchup with the Woodridge Bulldogs on Friday night.
Jeff Decker also joined the program to talk about what this matchup means for his Woodridge ballclub.
Sam Amico from AmicoHoops.net spoke with Sam and Brad Tuesday about the new-look Cavs, their chemistry, and Dwyane Wade being named a starter moving forward.
Indians Live host Al Pawlowski spoke with Sam and Brad Tuesday ahead of a critical Game #5 against New York tomorrow at Progressive Field.
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.
Scotty D from Vegas came back with his picks in college and pro football against the spread for entertainment purposes only.
Ahead of the ALDS Game #1, first base coach and former Tribe great Sandy Alomar Jr talked about throwing out the first pitch tonight.
He also talked about he and the club being thankful for another opportunity to be in the postseason.
"It means a lot to us," Sandy explained. "I'm very proud of this team."