Wednesday, Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo delve into college football recruiting, break down Ryan Braun's comments and more. Listen to the best highlights of the show below!
Ohio State coach Urban Meyer discusses his highly ranked recruiting class, the art of recruiting players nationally, how his background in the SEC helps him at Ohio State, the expectations in Columbus this season and more. Listen
Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze talks about the Rebels' success on signing day and the process of recruiting top prospect Robert Nkemdiche. Freeze also addresses critics who question the program's integrity during the recruiting process. Listen
NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Brad Keselowski discusses the thrill of winning last year's title, the challenges of defending the championship, his preparations for the Daytona 500 and more. Listen
Sports Illustrated's Andy Staples says Ole Miss is the big winner on national signing day while USC and Georgia will receive criticism for their classes. Staples also weighs in on the shift in Texas and says Texas A&M has done a great job branding itself as the more desirable school within the state. Listen
ESPN RecruitingNation's Jeremy Crabtree talks about Ole Miss' incredible recruiting class, the dynamic of recruiting in Texas, controversial commitments and more. Listen
ESPN NFL analyst Damien Woody discusses what his recruiting process was like, why he chose Boston College, the intricacies of NFL free agency and much more. Listen
ESPN NBA analyst Tim Legler weighs in on the Warriors' frustration with the Rockets shooting threes late in their game on Tuesday night, talks about some of the game's biggest unwritten rules and discusses Paul George's development with the Pacers. Listen
One Big Thing - Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo talk about national signing day's rise in popularity and explain how Twitter and other forms of social media have helped college football recruiting gain a foothold in the mind of sports fans. Listen
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- Ryen Russillo and Danny Kanell bring their own flavor to the game, mixing some pop culture with the latest happenings.