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Jeremy Lin Is Best Thing To Happen To Basketball In A While

Greg Anthony, the eleven-year NBA veteran, discusses his thoughts on Lin-sanity and which are the teams to watch for in March Madness.


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Prisco: Pass Rushers Are More Valuable Than Running Backs

Pete Prisco, the NFL columnist for CBSSports.com, discusses the Texans offseason needs.


Texans rookie defensive end J.J. Watt celebrates after a play against the Ravens. (credit: Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)

Texans Favorites In AFC In 2012

NFL Columnist for CBSSports Clark Judge joins MaD Radio. We talk about the Texans prospects for 2012 and this weekends playoff games.


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Texans-Bengals Thoughts With Mike Mayock

Mike Mayock talks NFL playoffs with the Odd Couple.

SportsRadio 610–01/06/2012

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Berger: Rockets Running Out Of Options

Ken Berger, the Senior NBA writer for CBSSports.com, discusses the Rockets’ possible options after the botched Chris Paul trade.


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Simms: “New England’s Defense Is What It Is”

Phil makes his weekly visit on the Monday Night Football halftime show.

SportsRadio 610–12/12/2011

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Simms: “Packers Are Beatable”

Phil’s weekly visit on the Monday Night Football halftime show.

SportsRadio 610–12/05/2011

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Nantz: “Happy Birthday Barry Warner”

For BW’s birthday tonight we had a special visit with the legendary sportscaster Jim Nantz.

SportsRadio 610–12/02/2011

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Simms Says Texans Should Work Out Favre

Monday Night Football halftime show with Phil Simms of CBS Sports.

SportsRadio 610–11/28/2011

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Simms: “Schaub Injury A Huge Loss”

Phil Simms of CBS Sports was disappointed to hear about the potentially season ending injury suffered by Texan QB Matt Schaub.

SportsRadio 610–11/14/2011