Astros Top List Of Pro Teams In Need Of Logo MakeoverThe writer was actually a season ticket holder for two of these teams on the list so any past or present biases have been put aside aside.
NFL Referee Lockout: We Say We Care, But Do We?When you pay top dollar, you expect the best but you will not be getting the best. In fact, when it comes to the officials working these games, you won’t be getting second or third best.
Ted Johnson Shows Some Skin In T-Shirt CommercialA fun video with three-time Super Bowl Champion Ted Johnson!
Video: Recapping Fan Fest FunThe guys at SportsRadio 610 hosted their 3rd Annual Fan Fest at the UH Alumni/Athletic Center, and thousands of fans flooded the building to participate in the activities and get autographs.
MLB Killing Gun In Colt .45s Logo Along With A Bit Of HistoryLogos are a part of baseball history. That history shouldn’t be changed. Isn’t this the same Major League Baseball that still allows a hatchet across the Braves uniforms?
Photos: SportsRadio 610 In IndianapolisCheck out all the best shots from our interviews, the house, Radio Row and all the other stuff we did in Indy.
SR610 Guys Discover Platinum Beer In Bud Light Bungalo BasementThe crew from SportsRadio 610 is in Indianapolis for Super Bowl XLVI and staying in the Bud Light Bungalo. Marc Vandermeer takes you on a tour and discovers a creepy guy and a hidden gem in the basement.
Photos: Gavin Spittle's Fave Celeb HottieThis chick isn't as beautiful as Gavin's new wife, but she's to drool for.
Ask The Manager!Gavin Spittle, Program Director of SportsRadio 610, answers any and all questions from the listeners! Why did he hire Josh? How many vacations days does Rich have? Listen to his answers!
Aeros' Game 7: You Need To Be ThereBe a good fan and support the Aeros as they take on the Hamilton Bulldogs.
Johnny Jolly Charged With Possession AgainDefensive end Johnny Jolly was arrested in Houston early Friday morning.
Spittle: College Hoops Isn't The Same. Or Am I Getting Old?Sports Radio 610 program director Gavin Spittle has watched the game of college hoops evolve over the years, but he can't decide if it's a good thing.