On this Monday edition of the Jasen Sokol Show, Jeff Schudel of The News Herald and The Morning Journal joins Jasen to break down the latest in sports (00:17), Larry Magid of CBSNews.com talks about the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas (12:49), and Monday's Dope of the Day is revealed (17:35).
On the Monday edition of the Jasen Sokol Show, Jasen spoke with Jeff Schudel to talk about the weekend in sports, Jim Renacci, and Ace Epps of Open M.
Filling in for the vacationing Jasen Sokol, Dr. Toni Bisconti spoke with Jeff Schudel to talk Browns and Cavaliers, at 14;38 she spoke with Dr. David Cohen, and at 25:10 she spoke with the fine folks from the Ohio Shakespeare Festival.
Jasen spoke with Dan Coughlin about his book "Just One More Story" Dr Toni Bisconti joined in (17:43) Jeff Schudel talked weekend sports (29:29), and Tom Sutton talked politics (41:58) on the Monday edition of the Podcast.
On the Monday edition of the Jasen Sokol Show Podcast,
Austin Ward talked about the Buckeyes' big win over Michigan last Saturday right off the bat, Jeff Schudel talked about the weekend in sports (9:33), Larry Magid from CBS News talked about Cyber Monday (20:04), and Steven Portnoy also joined in the coversation to talk about what happened at the Southern border over the weekend (24:48).
The Jasen Sokol Show Podcast from 11;5.18!
He spoke with Richard Cordray right off the jump 30 seconds in to talk about the upcoming election
Reporter from the News Herald and the Morning Journal Jeff Schudel got you caught up on the sports news from the weekend (10:01)
Vernon Skyes also joined in as well at 21:50
With Game 5 now in the rear view and Game 6 at the Q coming up tomorrow, the Cleveland Cavaliers and their fans are feeling pretty confident about evening the series.
Jeff Schudel from the Morning Journal and News Herald joined Brad in the Average Sports Show to talk about the injury to Warriors big man Andrew Bogut, and how that can impact the Wine and Gold tomorrow night.
Schudel says Bogut's absence will open up driving lanes for LeBron and Kyrie at the Q.
"He's (LeBron) is getting to the foul line more, and I think this is going to shape up good for the boys."