Ron Stokes, color analyst for the Ohio State men's basketball team on the Ohio State-IMG Sports Network joined the Show to talk about the Buckeyes' matchup with Creighton tonight 11 minutes in.
Also Ross Benjamin joined to talk college and pro football against the spread for entertainment purposes only right off the bat.
Sam and Brad caught up with Northeast Ohio native and WWE Superstar Mike "The Miz" Mizanin to talk all things Cleveland Sports and about his new movie coming out.
Sam and Brad also caught up with Steve Wyche of the NFL Network (17:50 into the podcast) and Ryan Harris of the Notre Dame IMG Sports Network to talk Fighting Irish (9:02 mark).
On the Monday edition of the Sam and Brad Show Podcast, Sam and Brad caught up with The Voice of the Buckeyes Paul Keels and the Voice of the Browns Jim Donovan!
Week 2 of the playoffs in High School Football rolls on in Northeast Ohio.
Sam and Brad spoke with
Tim Tyrell of Hoban (20-30 seconds in)
Marques Hayes of East (7:41)
Justin Todd of Wadsworth (15:39)
Jim France of Manchester (25:23)
and Nate Moore of Massillon. (30:59)
Sam and Brad caught up with Wes Durham, play by play voice of the Atlanta Falcons to talk Falcons and Browns Sunday,
They also put "the mystery man" through the Three Question Thursday Poll Quiz
They picked against the spread for entertainment purposes only with Ross Benjamin.
and they spoke with McKinley coach Dan Reardon ahead of the Mentor game Friday night.
Sam and Brad spoke with Steve Doerschuk to talk about his article on Bruce Arians and his possible interest in coaching the Browns right off the jump.
Kent State men's basketball coach Rob Senderoff also joined the program at 15:33 to talk about the opening up of the Flashes' season here soon.
On the Tuesday edition of the Jasen Sokol Show, Jasen and Bobbi spoke with Doug Brattebo, professor of Political Science at Hiram College right off the bat,
Summit County Executive Ilene Shapiro joined the show at 11:56 to talk about the pipeline emergency fund.
24:20 Jasen got into today's Dope of the Day!
Doug Dieken of the Cleveland Browns Radio Network and Tim May of the Columbus Dispatch joined the Sam and Brad Show to talk Browns and Buckeyes.
Tim joined in around 13 minutes and we spoke with Doug right off the jump.
On the Friday Prep Rally Edition of the Sam and Brad Show Podcast, the guys spoke with
Tim Tyrrell Archbishop Hoban Knights
On this edition of the Sam and Brad Show Podcast 22 seconds in, the fellas spoke with Ross Benjamin who picked some college and pro football games against the spread for entertainment purposes only.
at 15:38, the guys spoke with Dan Reardon of the Canton McKinley Bulldogs as they prepare to take on Solon in Week 1 of the playoffs in high school football.
Sam and Brad spoke with Doug Lesmerises to start off the Sam and Brad Show Podcast.
Later on, the guys spoke with WKYC Sports Content Writer Bud Shaw to talk all things Cleveland Sports.
Sam and Brad took a look at the NFL Trade deadline, and there were crickets there 20 seconds in.
Next up, at 11:19 Aditi Kinkhabwala of the NFL Network talked Browns with the fellas.
Sam and Brad had a lot going on today with the firings of Browns coach Hue Jackson from earlier Monday and Cavaliers coach Ty Lue from Sunday
Jim Donovan, radio voice of the Browns joined in at 2:19 to talk about the firing of Hue Jackson and Todd Haley and what's next for the Browns.
18:12 Joe Vardon of The Athletic joined the conversation to talk about Ty Lue's firing and the rebuild for the Cavs.
29:40 Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle Telegram and BrownsZone.com also talked about the Browns and who could be their next head coach in 2019.
The Thursday edition of the Sam and Brad Show Podcast started with Leanne Graham talking about Victim Assistance and their benefit at the Spagetti Warehouse in downtown Akron, (28 seconds in)
Later on (9:20), Ross Benjamin picked some games against the spread in college and pro footbal for entertainment purposes only.
20:34 Dan Reardon head coach of McKinley talked about the War of 1894 against the Massillon Tigers this Saturday.