UFC Champ Bisping Thinks WWE Stars Would "Get Taken Care of Pretty Quick"
In The Park W/In The Loop - The Route TreeDante Hall coaches up his co-hosts John Lopez and Cody Stoots as we take to the park to learn the eight routes an NFL Wide Receiver is expected to know.
Lopez and Cody Play an Escalating Game of 'Release, Trade, Overpay'John and Cody play a game of "Release, Trade, Overpay" that escalates from sports to station personalites, and then finally entire shows.
Lopez: Duncan the Best Ever at Power ForwardJohn and Cody talk about Tim Duncan's retirement announcement earlier. Where does he fall among the best to ever play the game?
Not Crazy for Texans to Bring Back AndreAndre Johnson is reportedly in town and working out. Dante and Cody discuss why giving him a call wouldn't be the craziest idea.
Figuring Out The Fourth Most Important Texans Playerlet us turn our attention to the fourth most important Texans player. Or, as I will reference during In the Loop on SportsRadio 610 10-2 M-F, the "The Fourth Most Important Texans Player Award Winner."
Comedian Nate Bargatze Discusses his Love of VanderbiltJohn Lopez and Matt Hammond are joined in-studio by comedian Nate Bargatze. They discuss Nate's parents (a magician and a clown) and love of Vanderbilt sports. Make sure to catch Nate at the Houston Improv this weekend!
Eye On Houston with Cure Fest 5-15-2016John Lopes spoke to Misty Baumann about CureFest. Their focus is to raise money to put into research to help them find a Cure and that can’t come too soon for us and a quickly growing population of brain cancer patients. Brain Cancer is one of the least funded cancers and has the least awareness out there. Finding a Cure for all types of brain tumors will not happen overnight. It needs lots of research – if we are to achieve the same successes in treatments as have been discovered for diseases such as Leukemia, breast and lung cancer. They have started this effort by putting together a Music Festival Fundraiser every year in Humble. All proceeds will go to The Brain Cancer Research Team at MD Anderson Hospital in Houston, Texas
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A Thank You And Farewell From Nick WrightHost of In The Loop with John Lopez, Nick Wright has accepted a job on FS1 and will be leaving the Station. He wanted to take the time to say "Thank You" to everyone who has made his time in Houston so great.
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