106.7 The Fan Sports Anchor Pete Medhurst offers his thoughts on the RGIII/Mike Shanahan relationship, how Texas A&M should deal with Johnny Manziel, the future of Randy Wittman with the Wizards, and other random musings in this roundup.
Matt Valdez and Drab T-Shirt made a legendary announcement on the show Wednesday, about a business venture they’re jointly pursuing, and credit must be given where credit is due: they nailed the big reveal.
Conference tournaments around college basketball get under way this week and now we try to identify NCAA Tournament bid thieves.
College Basketball has been my favorite sport to broadcast for a long time. If you saw Saturday’s Butler-Indiana matchup in an electric atmosphere in Indianapolis, you now know why. A tremendous game with in-state ramifications […]
The CAA tournament has found a new home in Baltimore after years of being hosted by the city of Richmond, with the exit of two of its premiere programs in VCU and ODU to new conferences.
The CAA has played its way on to the national landscape in College Hoops, thanks in part to final four runs by George Mason and recently departed VCU. This year featured ambitious scheduling, not overwhelming, […]
I was actually impressed the way the Trojans performed under Lane Kiffin in a year that had no postseason reward for the team.
Prep schools are great way for youngsters to get AWAY from home and the hangers on who often help lead to kids making bad decisions on where they want to go. Most Prep schools have great avenues to a school if a kid really wants to go to school.
There is a clear divide developing in college football. The Naval Academy sensing that made sure today they would be included in the haves, not the have nots. BIG EAST Commissioner John Marinotto announced that […]
The Fan’s Pete Medhurst takes a look at how local basketball schools are doing with homegrown talent.