The game is set and Alabama and Clemson will play in Tampa for the National Championship.
Bill Bender, College football writer for the Sporting News spoke with Brad Russell to speak about the upcoming game, as well as break down the bowl season in 2016-17.
Tim Shoemaker of 11 Warriors spoke with Brad Russell about the Buckeyes' season and their loss to Clemson in the Fiesta Bowl.
Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal discussed the Browns as they head into the offseason and try to rebound from a 1-15 season with WAKR's Brad Russell.
Buddy Teevens, the head coach of Dartmouth and inventor of MVP Mobile Dummies spoke with former NFL linebacker Jay Brophy to talk about minimizing concussions by practicing with these dummies at all levels of football.
Cavs play-by-play TV voice Fred McLeod from FoxSports Ohio joined Brad Russell to talk about the passing of sports broadcaster Craig Sager due to cancer Thursday.
Sager was 65. He worked for various outlets, most notably Turner Sports, where he was seen as a sideline reporter during NBA games.
He got to cover an NBA Finals courtesy of ESPN as he was battling cancer.
After the news broke on the $140 million dollars worth of improvements being made to Quicken Loans Arena in the near future, many people have had a variance of opinions on the issue.
WKYC-TV reporter Tom Beres joined the Brad Russell Show to offer his take on the situation and what he's looking forward to seeing from the new and improved Q.
James Harris, the newly appointed Cleveland Indians director of Player Development joined the Brad Russell Show to talk about his new job, what goes into the daily grind of player development, and talk about his outlook as far as the youngsters coming up in the minors.
Former OSU and NFL running back Beanie Wells spoke with Brad Russell Monday about the Ohio State/Clemson Fiesta Bowl New Year's Eve and about college football bowl season and the universal question: Is 41 bowl games too many?
Author Eric Mirlis joined the Brad Russell Show Wednesday evening to discuss his new book "I Was There!" to discuss some of the greatest sports moments in history and some of the legendary broadcasters who were there to witness them firsthand.
"It was a thrill and an honor to talk to these guys," Mirlis said. "It felt more like a conversation instead of an interview."
Bob Costas, Joe Buck, and Marv Albert amongst others lent their stories to the book, which is available on Amazon and other outlets.
Former OSU LB Bobby Carpenter spoke to Brad Russell about "The Game" between Ohio State and Michigan this Saturday at noon.
Cavaliers Radio Network play-by-play man John Michael spoke with Brad Russell Tuesday ahead of their game with Portland on Wednesday.
The architect of the Cleveland Browns "perfect season" parade spoke with Brad Russell Monday to talk about the possibility of an 0-16 season.
Creator of the event Chris McNeil spoke with Brad to talk about the winless Browns and what response he's gotten about the parade.
For more information on the parade, click here.
ESPN The Magazine senior writer Ryan McGee spoke about the madness surrounding college football with Brad Russell on Tuesday.
Former NFL quarterback Jake Plummer joined the Brad Russell Show Monday to talk about some of the alternative solutions for helping current and former players dealing with the mental and physical ailments associated with playing football.
The former 10-year pro is a proponent of cannabidiol, or CBD oil, which is the non-psychoactive element of the hemp plant, which could be used to counteract some of the effects of long-term brain and physical injuries from playing the game.
He spoke about that with Brad on Monday.