C-Dot and "The Sports Machine" Sean Levine start off the last hour of the afternoon with The Hits. They also continue their conversation on KU's surprising loss to TCU yesterday and hear some audio from Devonte Graham before finishing the day talking to Curtis Kitchen
In Hour 3, the guys play a "Sports Machine" edition of "Pick-A-Player before hearing Brad Fanning's exclusive one-on-one with Royals manager Ned Yost. They also are joined by CJ Moore of Bleacher Report LIVE on site before hearing from Kim Anderon on when he knew he'd be getting fired from MU.
In Hour 2, CDot & Sean from No Other Pub talk K-State hoops with their broadcaster Wyatt Thompson, discuss the reports that KU could lose their #1 seed, and also hear a story of a crazy Tim Tebow stalker & CDot admits he needs help when it comes to food purchases.
In Hour 1, the guys discussed the excuses going around from KU fans about their loss to TCU yesterday and also debated if K-State has officially made it into the NCAA Tournament. They then discuss how KU has coasted all season before talking about the Brock Osweiler trade on a wild NFL Free Agency day.
In today's "Drive Podcast," the Blogfather, Joel Thorman of Arrowhead Pride joins Carrington Harrison to discuss the biggest stories in NFL free agency as it kicks off and what could be in play for the Chiefs.
In the lone hour of "The Drive," CDot & Heis played the hits, talked to ESPN's Fran Fraschilla to preview the upcoming Big 12 Tournament, and catch up with Brad Fanning out in Arizona
In the lone hour-plus of "The Drive," the guys discuss an NCAA hypothetical before getting into the hits, recapping Danny's wedding and ending the show with a visit from Brad Fanning out in Surprise.
Gabe DeArmond of PowerMizzou.com joins Carrington Harrison of "The Drive" to discuss all things Missouri including the end of Kim Anderson's reign as Head Coach and what lies next for MU hoops & athletics.
In a shortened lone hour of the show, CDot & Heis play the hits and also sneak in an edition of "Pick-A-Player" because it's Friday and we're in a giving mood.
In an abbreviated version of "The Drive," CDot & Heis start the show with how John Dorsey has effectively dropped the hammer on Tony Romo not coming to KC and that Alex Smith is the guy moving forward before CDot announces he'll be coaching a basketball league for 16-18 year olds. They then play the hits, discuss Mick Cronin's comments that the NCAA is entirely about the money, debate if the Chiefs could trade for Brandin Cooks of the Saints and end the show with a visit from Brad Fanning out in Arizona.