Wednesday's "Scott Van Pelt Show" covered the exciting news that the lockout of the NFL's officials is likely to be ending soon. Van Pelt and Russillo also caught up with a couple of college football coaches who are yet to be beaten in the 2012 season. Three-time World Series champion Tony La Russa also stopped by to share some of his best memories from St. Louis' magical run last fall. Check out the highlights of the show below!
Finally a deal? - Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo talk about the deal that appears to be on the horizon between the NFL and its officials, how much the quality of play will be improved as a result of the deal and more. Listen
ESPN NFL analyst Mark Schlereth weighs in on the deal on the horizon between the NFL and the officials, if the Eagles should bench Michael Vick and more. Listen
The boys from Beantown react to the news that a deal between the NFL and its officials are close to reaching a deal in the latest Pulse of the Nation. Listen
Kansas State coach Bill Snyder talks about his ability to rebuild Kansas State for a second time, the emergence of quarterback Collin Klein as one of the nation's elite players and more. Listen
Northwestern coach Pat Fitzgerald discusses his team's 4-0 start, the strength of the Big 10, his expectations for the rest of the year and more. Listen
Former MLB manager Tony La Russa talks about his memories from his last season as manager of the Cardinals, Albert Pujols' contract, NFL replacement officials and more. Listen
ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney discusses the level of intrigue surrounding the AL MVP race, who will win the AL central, the year's biggest disappointments, Ozzie Guillen's future in Miami and much more. Listen
One Big Thing - Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo discuss this weekend's Ryder Cup and the passion the competitors and the fans have for the tournament. Van Pelt says anyone who is a sports fan should check out this weekend's action. Listen
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