Triple Threat with Dan Wolken of USA TodaySean & Rich talk to Dan Wolken of USA Today about the college football weekend. The interview turned contentious at one point when Dan was frustrated while driving and Rich asked a question about the SEC that seemed to tick him off.
Packers Ready For Rematch In SeattleThe Green Bay Packers played the Seattle Seahawks in Week 1 as the first game of the season. This week, the Packers will look to avenge their 36-16 loss in the opener. Both teams are different teams than in that first meeting, but Bovada sees the Seahawks as 7.5 point favorites at home.
Myerberg: O'Brien Is Made To Be An NFL Head CoachPaul Myerberg of USA Today joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about Bill O'Brien's great job at Penn St., his performance as a quarterback guru, his thoughts on the QB's coming out this year and his prediction for the National Championship game.
Will Mack Brown Retire?Dan Wolken from USA Today joins MaD Radio to discuss who will win the Heisman (you probably won't be shocked), if coaches like David Shaw or Bill O'Brien could be wooed by the Texans, and what the University of Texas could do at their head coach position.
Sam Amick: Howard Attracted to Idea of a "Fresh Start"The man who broke the news of Dwight Howard's choice, USA Today's Sam Amick, joins Nate and Patrick to talk about what made Dwight pick the Rockets. They also get into other potential moves the Rockets may make this off-season, and discuss where big name free agents may land outside of Houston.
A Closer Look At Dwight Howard Joining Rockets As CBS Sports reported Friday that free agent center Dwight Howard will join the Houston Rockets, the announcement comes after Howard was highly pursued by several NBA organizations.
The Values Of Kevin Walter As Seen By USA TodayThe Guys are joined by Jeffrey Martin of USA Today to discuss an article he wrote about Texans WR Kevin Walter.
Texans Draft Grades: Newton Best, Yates WorstIf you want to grade the Texans 2011 NFL draft against how the players were ranked by the "experts" prior to the draft, we've got your answers.