Hall of Fame
Ken Venturi, who overcame dehydration to win the 1964 U.S. Open and spent 35 years in the booth for CBS Sports, died Friday afternoon. He was 82.
Clark Judge, of CBS, joins MaD Radio to discuss the Ryan Clark vs Tom Brady debate, Tim Tebow, and the Texans’ newest weapon.
6-Time NBA All-Star and basketball Hall of Famer Artis “The A-Train” Gilmore joins Nate and Patrick to talk about the differences between playing in the ABA and the NBA, whether college players should stay in school longer, and his thoughts on the NBA Playoffs.
HOUSTON (CBS Houston) – Guy V. Lewis, University of Houston men’s head basketball coach from 1956-1986, was officially selected as an inductee into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. The Enshrinement Class of 2013 also […]
Ed Reed’s full press conference as the Texans introduce him.
When one of the 50 greatest players in NBA history makes a point to school you, you listen.
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.
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 […]
Elvin Bethea, former Houston Oiler and Hall of Famer, joins the Odd Couple to talk about his friend Curly Culp making it into the hall of fame, his own hall of fame induction, the strong association he feels with the Oilers still, and more.
Hall of Fame Pitcher Jim Palmer joins Barry and Paul to talk about being elected to the Hall of Fame, Earl Weaver’s recent passing, and how he wound up playing for the Orioles instead of the Astros.