The Tuesday edition of the Sam and Brad Show Podcast!
Jeff Zillgitt of USA Today talked NBA
Matt Loede talked about the Cleveland Indians and their moves (or lack thereof) this offseason
Pete Fierle talked Big Game and the Pro Football HOF down in Atlanta.
Despite being winless, the Cleveland Browns have been playing hard and developing their talent.
For the Win columnist and USA Today NFL writer Chris Korman discussed the Browns and the AFC North with our own Sam Bourquin on Tuesday.
For the complete interview with Chris and Sam, click here.
One of the more fascinating topics people are talking about is what will sports look like in 25 years? What will the stadiums look like, what about the fan experience, and what will the athletes look like?
Erik Brady from USA Today Sports talked about all those topics and more on the Sam Bourquin Show.
One of the major pieces of Brady's article included what the stadiums will be looking like and if the average fan will be able to go.
"We don't know for sure what's ahead, but we know team owners are looking to make money," he said.
One of the bullet points said there might be over 250,000 people at sporting events in the future, not just watching the live action, but enjoying all the amenites surrounding the game.
You can check out Brady's article here to get more insight into what sports might look like in the next quarter-century.