Glenn Younes of 105.7 The Fan in Baltimore joined MaD Radio and discussed Joe Flacco’s performance and Gary Kubiak’s impact on the Ravens’ offense going into Sunday’s matchup vs the Texans.
College football analyst Spencer Tillman joins ‘In The Loop’.
USA Today’s Lindsay Jones joined The Triple Threat to talk about JJ Watt’s MVP prospects.
Joe Gannascoli from the Soprano’s joined the Triple Threat.
Former Texans QB Sage Rosenfels joined Mad Radio and they discussed Case Keenum potentially starting for the Texans, Johnny Manziel’s future as well as his thoughts on Jay Cutler as a coach killer and Teddy Bridgewater.
Jason Cole of Bleacher Report joined Mad Radio and they discussed the future of Andre Johnson with the Houston Texans, which direction will the Texans go for the quarterback position and is this a playoff team in the the next couple of seasons?
Michael Irvin joined Mad Radio and they talked about Jadeveon Clowney and is he a bust right now, his thoughts on the Dallas/Philadelphia game Sunday night, who will go first Coughlin or Manning in New York and Arizona survives against the Rams.
Former Auburn head coach Gene Chizik joined Mad Radio and they talked about the coaching carousel, what goes on during the coaching search, his thoughts on the playoff committee and which of the four teams will benefit most with the time off?
Former Alabama and New York Jets quarterback Greg McElroy joined Mad Radio and they talked about Nick Saban and Alabama, Florida State vs. Oregon, what challenges Jameis Winston will have in NFL as well as the coaching change in Wisconsin.
Former NFL Coach Wade Phillips joins ‘In The Loop’ for a Football Friday.
We celebrated our 20th Anniversary with a party at the Twin Peaks off of I10 and Kirkwood! All of our hosts were present, as well as our 6-10s and some special guests!
Sports Radio 610’s 1st Annual MANFEST at Stampede Houston on Friday June 13th, 2014!
Pictures from the NEW Afternoon Drive Show featuring Sean Pendergast and Rich Lord and The Fred & Ted Show from Stampede Houston on January 3, 2014.