On the Monday edition of the Sam and Brad Show Podcast:
Jimmy Hanlin spoke about Tiger winning the Masters at Augusta National (20.8 seconds)
Chris in Copley spoke with the fellas to talk about the poll question posed by the guys: Who is the greatest golfer of all time? Jack Nicklaus or Tiger Woods? (8:51)
Dane Brugler of the Athletic joined to talk about the upcoming NFL Draft. (15:08)
On the Banzai Friday edition of the Jasen Sokol Show.
Tony Brown broadcasting voice the Cleveland Monsters (16.7 seconds)
Joe Leenheer joined the show to talk Masters (10:32)
Jess from Akron Life Magazine joined the show for the Weekend Preview brought to you by Jilly's Music Room. (18:06)
On the Tuesday edition of the Sam and Brad Show:
John Feinstein of CBS Sports joined the Sam and Brad Show to preview the Masters at Augusta National (18.4 seconds in )
Marcus Wattley, the new head football coach of Canton McKinley High School joined the program to talk about his new venture. (18:02)
Fox Sports Ohio golf analyst and host Jimmy Hanlin joined Sam Bourquin to preview the Masters in Augusta coming up later this week.
FoxSports Ohio Golf Host Jimmy Hanlin spoke with Sam Bourquin and Brad Russell ahead of the Masters at Augusta National.
The tournament starts Thursday and there's been some heavy rains down in Georgia, which could make things interesting.
For the full interview, click here.
The Masters is going to start up tomorrow in Augusta, Georgia, and a field of talented golfers will be vying for the Green Jacket yet again at Augusta National.
Emily Kay, Golf writer for SB Nation joined Brad Russell in the Average Sports Show to talk about the field and what the chances are for Jordan Speith defending his title.
"There's 10 or 15 guys that you wouldn't be surprised if they won," Kay said. "He's not playing the best golf right now, and there's only been a few golfers that have won it in consecutive years."
There's a lot of young and solid golfers on tour and one of those is Rory McIlroy, who is pretty relaxed heading into Augusta.
"I think the pressure may be a little less on him for getting that career Grand Slam," Emily said.