Show In Review

Jul
24

Bill Belichick and Aaron HernandezAP Photo/Michael DwyerRyen and Danny weigh in on Bill Belichick's first press conference since Aaron Hernandez's arrest.

Wedesday, Ryen Russillo and Danny Kanell discuss Matt Kemp's comments regarding Ryan Braun, Bill Belichick's first comments since the arrest of Aaron Hernandez and much more. Listen to the best highlights of the show below!

Ryen Russillo and Danny Kanell react to Bill Belichick's first public comments since the arrest of Aaron Hernandez and evaluate how Belichick addressed the situation. Listen

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Steve Coughlin/ESPN RadioStanford coach David Shaw with Danny and Ryen.

ESPNBoston.com's Field Yates explains why he was extremely impressed by Bill Belichick's statement addressing the Aaron Hernandez situation and discusses how the organization will evaluate the risks of players moving forward. Listen

Stanford coach David Shaw chats about the challenges of maintaining success at Stanford, his visions for the future of the program, the difficulty of replacing players who left for the NFL and his approach to stopping the power offenses in the Pac-12. Listen

Washington coach Steve Sarkisian explains why the Huskies are poised to compete for a conference championship, discusses the development of quarterback Keith Price, the incredible renovations of the school's facilities and more. Listen

Oregon coach Mark Helfrich gives his thoughts on whether the Ducks should have had a shot at the national title last season, how 2012 impacted the expectations for this season, talks about how his style will differ from Chip Kelly's and much more. Listen

ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney weighs in on the players' reaction to Ryan Braun's suspension, talks about how Alex Rodriguez is dealing with the suspicions surrounding him and speculates on some of the deals that may go down at the trade deadline. Listen

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