The Sports Junkies
Jerry Palm, of CBSSports.com, one of the most respected minds in college football joined the Junkies on Monday to analyze the new BCS standings after Alabama’s loss to Texas A&M this weekend.
Chris Cooley, back on the Redskins’ roster after being cut prior to the season, joined the Junkies to talk about his return to the team on Tuesday.
Logan Paulsen joined the Junkies on Monday, one day after a career game with the Redskins which saw starting tight-end Fred Davis go down with an season-ending injury.
Randy Edsall, head coach of the University of Maryland football team, joined the Junks this morning to talk about the Terps hot start to the season.
Listen to Jayson Werth’s entire game-winning at bat where he homered in the bottom of the 9th, propelling the Nationals to a 2-1 win over the Cardinals in Game 4 of the NLDS.
Jon Heyman, sportswriter for CBS Sports and MLB Network, joined the Junks this morning to talk playoff baseball and break down the Nats series against the Cards.
Despite being exhausted and smelling like a saloon, Nat’s play by play voice Dave Jagler woke up early this morning and joined the Junks to talk about clinching the National League East.
With the Nationals approaching their first postseason action since 1933, one of the questions about the ball club is who will be the closer. Both Tyler Clippard and Drew Storen have shared the role this season and with neither of them having playoff experience, it makes Davey Johnson decision that much harder.
Jim Tunney, who spent 31 years reffing games in the NFL, joined the Junkies on Tuesday and slammed the league for it’s current state of officiating.
NBA superstar Dwyane Wade joined the Junkies on Friday to talk about basketball, family and his new book ‘A Father First.’