LSU coach Les Miles said those making allegations in Sports Illustrated of academic fraud at Oklahoma State, or improper payments to players from boosters, “weren’t there long enough to figure it out,” because they were dismissed from the program.
Gov. Mary Fallin says allegations of impropriety within the Oklahoma State University football program are “disturbing and disappointing” and that she is confident the school’s administration will investigate the charges thoroughly.
Lee Jenkins from Sports Illustrated joins Matt Murphy and Patrick Creighton here on SportsRadio610 to talk about the Rockets pickup of Dwight Howard, what it means for the Rockets, does he fit better with the Rockets than […]
Chris Burke, SI.com, joined The Fred & Ted Show to talk about Wes Welker impact on the offense, if it should be Super Bowl or bust for the Texans or not, a bit of general NFL, and more.
Texans quarterback Matt Schaub is on a list, not for his moves on the field but for the money he makes, making those moves.
On Monday Jason Collins became the first active professional athlete in the four major American sports leagues to announce he was gay.
Baseball expert, Tom Verduci, joins MaD Radio to talk about the way the Astros are rebuilding and about several other topics around the league.
Chris Mannix of SI joins MaD Radio and breaks down LeBron’s complaints, the Heat’s streak and the Rocket’s playoff push.
Sam Amick of USA Today joined MaD Radio to talk about the Rockets long term future and some takes from around the NBA.