Astros Manager A.J. Hinch joined The Triple Threat and discussed what he plans to bring to the ball club.
Brian Geltzeiler of HoopsCritic.com joined The Triple Threat to talk Rockets and the upcoming chaos that will be the NBA Western Conference Playoffs.
Alfred Williams of 104.3 The Fan in Denver joined The Triple Threat and discussed the Broncos’ needs following their playoff exit and whether Gary Kubiak would be a good coaching hire.
Brian Geltzeiler of HoopsCritic.com joined Sean and Rich on The Triple Threat and countered Bob Ryan’s comment about Dwight Howard not being Hall of Fame-worthy.
TCU coach Gary Patterson and Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze joined Sean and Rich live from the Bear Bryant Awards ceremony.
Former University of Miami and Dallas Cowboys coach Jimmy Johnson joined Sean and Rich on the eve of receiving the Paul “Bear” Bryant Lifetime Achievement Award for an interview for the ages. Topics included the […]
MLBTV’s Richard Justice joines the Triple Threat to discuss Craig Biggio’s Hall of Fame induction. They also get into the balloting process for the Hall of Fame, and touch on new Hall of Famer, Randy Johnson’s days with the Astros.
For someone who’s been covering sports and talking about sports on the radio for more than 30 years, boiling down an entire calendar year in sports to its top 5 moments can be pretty tough, […]
With 4 games remaining in the regular season, the 6-6 Texans find themselves far removed from the nightmare of that 14-game losing streak to close out the 2013 campaign. Hope was long dead with 4 games to go last year, but hope remains alive in 2014, albeit faint hope.
As Texans defensive end J.J. Watt continues his assault on both the franchise and league record book, not to mention opposing quarterbacks, the conversation both in Houston and nationally has turned to whether or not Watt can become the first defensive player in 28 years to take home NFL MVP honors. Only twice in the 57-year history of the AP NFL MVP award has a defensive player been victorious: Giant’s linebacker Lawrence Taylor in 1986 and Viking’s defensive tackle Alan Page in 1971. That’s it.