Get the “General” update HERE, at SportsRadio 610. Keep up with your Houston Texans by getting your info from the source…our own hometown insider- John McClain. Click on the link below to listen again, or […]
Former Texans Guard, Fred Weary, was in studio with Nate and Creight on this beautiful Father’s Day afternoon. Listen in to hear the latest in the world of Fred Weary and his take […]
Jabari Young of the San Antonio Express joins Nate and Creight to discuss Game 5 of the NBA Finals. They talk about the idea of Kawhi Leonard as the key to this game, and get into Tim Duncan’s potential retirement if the Spurs win.
Otis Birdsong took some time out of his busy schedule to join Nate and Creight this Sunday afternoon. The guys started off the discussion touching on the Spurs/Heat game, Lebron James’ game playing performance (or […]
JP Heath, the voice of the Rice Owls! He doesn’t just cover football, he doesn’t just over baseball. He ALSO covers basketball! And when he’s not joining Nate and Creight on the 610 airwaves, he’s […]
Phil Savage knows the business of college football inside and out. He also knows the NFL and makes a bold prediction of the date and opponent Johnny Football will face in his starting debut.
Houston Chronicle NFL columnist John McClain joins Nate and Patrick to discuss the Andre Johnson situation, specifically his potential absence from training camp. They talk about the Texans’ plans for Ryan Fitzpatrick, and get into when Brian Cushing may see some action.
College Football Today takes a look at the LSU Tigers, the new NCAA rule that will affect outgoing high school athletes effective 2016, BYU is running an internal investigation, and much more.
Johnny ‘Football’, Mike Evans, and Jake Matthews are now in the NFL. How will the Aggies replace those and other talented players? Aggie’s Running Backs Coach Clarence McKinney shares his thoughts!
NFL Network reporter Steve Wyche joins Nate and Creight to react to the Texans draft picks. They discuss the potential offensive scheme going forward, and analyze the Texans’ waiting to choose a quarterback.