Tommy Bonk, former L.A. Times writer, joined the Odd Couple to talk about the passing of Jerry Buss, the long reaching impact Buss had on the world of sports and entertainment, his legacy, and more.
Mary Schmitt Boyer, of Cleveland Plain Dealer, joined the Odd Couple to discuss LeBron James, the NBA All Star Game, some general sports talk, and lots more.
Sports columnist for the Huffinton Post, Jordan Schultz, joins the odd couple to share his insight and what could happen at the start of the NFL’s season and what he thinks, and hopes, will happen […]
Hall of Famer Elvin Hayes joins the Odd Couple to discuss integrating black players into the game back in his day, changes in the college conferences, the fact that he never missed a game due to injury, that he could still play in the league today, and more.
Joel Corry of National Football Post joins the Odd Couple to discuss how the Texans can restructure to get more wide receivers, how teams make more cap room, Texans players who may be moving on to other teams, and more.
2013 NFL Hall Of Famer and Kansas City Chief and Houston Oiler legend Curley Culp joins Fred and Barry here on the Odd Couple to talk about his great career, finally getting into the Hall Of […]
Arthur Arkush of Pro Football Weekly joined the Odd Couple to discuss his very football involved family, the Texans quarterback situation, their disappointing season’s end, changes Texans can make moving forward. He also talked about situations around the NFL like with the Colts making moves, teams around the AFC, and more.
Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow joins Fred, Barry and Matt in studio for an hour and 15 minutes to talk about the development of the Astros, the youth in the minor leagues and the new […]
John McClain joined the Odd Couple to talk about Curly Culp going into the Hall of Fame, his Super Bowl thoughts, what the Texans need to change moving forward, and more.
KC Chief Eric Hicks joined the Odd Couple to discuss Ray Lewis being overrated, his take on Manti Te’o, gay players in the NFL in 2013, and more.