B-Straw and Pauly G pack their bags and head out on a three-stop trip around the U.S. The guys travel just a few hours northwest to Austin, where they are joined by 1300 “The Zone” host Rob Babers. Babers discusses the possibility of renewing the historical UT vs. A&M rivalry that fans of both universities are anxiously anticipating. Next, Brien and Paul travel to our nation’s capital to talk with WJFK’s Grant Paulson about the on-going negotiations between DeSean Jackson and the Washington Redskins. At their last stop in Milwaukee, the guys join Doug Russell from NewsRadio 620 WTMJ to discuss the upcoming match-up between the no. 2 seed Wisconsin Badgers and the no. 8 seed Kentucky Wildcats.
Craig Brownson, head coach Fort Bend Travis High School, joined The B-Straw and Pauly G Show to discuss his former players Aaron and Andrew Harrison who are playing for Kentucky in the NCAA tournament. He said you could tell right away there was something special about these two players. Brownson said it wasn’t too difficult to distinguish between the twins. He also discussed how well his former players seem to be adjusting and moving forward so far in the NCAA.
Tonight on the Road Trip, B-Straw and Pauly G journeyed to Gainesville, New York City. They started in Gainesville talking to Adam Reardon, ESPN 1230, about the Gators moving into the Final Four. Then they talked to John Jastremski in New York City about the Yankees and the Astros season opener. They stayed in New York and talked a bit more on Opening Day with Jerry Krasnick, ESPN.com baseball analyst.
Tonight The B-Straw and Pauly G Show took a Road Trip to Philadelphia and Memphis. First in Philadelphia they talked to Brian Haddad, WIP, to talk about the Eagles dropping DeSean Jackson due to alleged gang connections. Haddad doesn’t think he’ll be out of work long and hated to see him leave the team, but says the team must have felt strong about his off field issues to let him loose. Then they journeyed to Memphis to talk to David Jablonski, Dayton Daily News, to talk about Dayton’s Cinderella story so far. Jablonski says the odds may be against Dayton but stranger upsets have happened before.
B-Straw and Pauly G hit the the road and head up to College Station and Louisville to get the scoop on big stories happening around the nation. Joining them on their first stop in College Station is Sports Radio 610′s own Patrick Crayton, who highlighted Johnny Manziel’s impressive performance in his pro-day earlier today. Steve Andress from WDRB-TV met the guys at their final stop in Louisville to set the stage for the highly anticipated sweet sixteen match-up between no. 4 seed Louisville and no.8 seed Kentucky.
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