One of America’s most esteemed political reporters gives her first in-depth interview since leaving her position as CNN’s Chief Political Correspondent. Candy shares with Michael her early impressions of the new campaign season as well as her personal experiences with Hillary, the Bushes, and other major political figures.
The latest edition of the “Crashing The Net” podcast takes a closer examination of the Washington Capitals deadline deals, and a few other notable trades made around the NHL. Listen to all three segments here.
It was an interesting week in the world of soccer, and the Upper 90 Soccer Show covered just about everything. From Paris Saint-Germain making a huge waves in the European summer transfer market, Chelsea captain John Terry being cleared of racially abusing QPR’s Anton Ferdinand (brother of Manchester United’s Rio Ferdinand), plenty of transfer rumors and big news concerning DC United.
This week on the Upper 90 Soccer Show, Robert Bode is joined by Brendan Darr, Justin McMahan and Austin Sanders, as always, and of course the main topic of discussion was Spain claiming their another European Championship, their third consecutive major tournament title. Despite their dominance, the discussion centers on a very hot topic; is Spain playing a boring game or do they have the possession game perfected? After discussing La Furia Roja, the guys get into a heated debate on just which 23 players to picks for their “Team of the Tournament,” followed by a each host selection their best XI.
On this edition of the Upper 90 Soccer Show, the hosts Robert Bode, Austin Sanders, Justin McMahan and Brendan Darr review the Euro 2012 quarterfinals and give their preview of semifinals between Spain-Portugal and Germany-Italy.
The regular crew of Robert Bode, Austin Sanders and Justin McMahan are back together on this episode of the Upper 90 Soccer Show, and they are joined by their favorite guest in the world, US Soccer Hall of Famer and Fox Soccer Channel analyst Eric Wynalda.
Listen to the Sports Junkies 8-9AM podcasts from Friday, October 1, 2010.