Jack Sock previews the 2023 Dallas Open, his success on the ATP Tour in doubles & singles, playing with John Isner & how Dallas is a premier sports destination; Dan Hunt gives insight on the new Dallas Open trophy set to be named after the late Lamar Hunt, why the Margaret Hunt Hill bridge was perfect to be featured on top, how Dallas is the perfect tennis town & behind the scenes of the 2026 World Cup; Blair Henley breaks down the field of the Dallas Open, what fans can expect & how the tournament will continue to impress the community.
Monica Paul pulls back to curtains on her recent visit to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar; Tod Martin breaks down his learnings from Qatar, what can be applied to AT&T in 2026, and what fans can expect from the venue when the World Cup arrives; Steve Davis gives his takes on USMNT results at the World Cup and what players to look forward to in 2026.
Rolando Blackman on his involvement in helping secure the 2030 NCAA Men’s Final Four to Dallas, how good Luka Doncic really is, the Dallas Mavericks chemistry & the World Cup; Jason Schuchard highlights what’s new at the BMW Dallas Marathon & his best advice for students; Ed Werder gives his insight on Micah Parsons, how far the Dallas Cowboys can go & how covering the NFL has evolved.
Russ Brandon breaks down what fans can expect from the arrival of the XFL to the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, how they plan to engage fans in creative ways & why they chose Arlington as a hub for their teams; Katie Wegener takes listeners behind the scenes on how sports sponsorships are executed & the Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show strategy; Mike McCloud highlights the World Food Championship, why Texas has over 100 high school barbecue teams competing & his favorite Dallas food spots.
Eric Dickerson pulls back the curtain on his perspective of the Name, Image, Likeness era, the iconic “Trans A&M” & his role within the Los Angeles Rams organization; Jason Mengel gives golf fans insight on what to expect from the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship, what tournaments are set to land in North Texas & building a tournament from the ground up.
Justin Ashley takes the audience behind driving 300 MPH, how the Texas Motorplex is one of the premier tracks in country & his rise to becoming Rookie of the Year; Mark Faber discusses on how the Texas Motor Speedway will embrace the community in a different way under his leadership & what the future of the Speedway looks like; Ro Parrish drops breaking news, gives his hot take on how high the Mavs can climb in the Western Conference & what it’s like to work with Shaq.
Dallas Mavericks General Manager, Nico Harrison, gives fans insight on what to expect from their team during the 2022-2023 season, building around a superstar like Luka Doncic and how the offseason played out; AT&T’s Bill Moseley pulls back the curtain on how partnership deals developed with the AT&T Red River Showdown, AT&T Byron Nelson and other sports properties then highlights what it will mean for the brand when AT&T Stadium hosts the 2026 World Cup.
Live from Dallas Stars training camp Miro Heiskanen sets the bar for the Stars season, explains how the American Airlines Center is one of the best arenas in hockey & what he loves most about Texas; Brian Luallen gives a behind the scenes look on the future of Fair Park & how it will improve sporting events at the Cotton Bowl; William Mao takes a deep dives into the future of sports streaming, how Dallas will be spotlighted during the 2026 World Cup & what’s next for media rights deals across the sports landscape.
US Olympic Gold Medalist Michael Johnson explains why Professional Triathletes Organization’s US Open coming to Dallas is a massive deal, flashes back to being named the “Fastest Man on the Planet” and Michael Johnson Performance Center; Rachel Bachman dives into the celebration of Title IX, how a combined men’s and women’s Final Four would work and the evolution of media coverage on women’s sports; Amanda Christovich gives fans insight into NIL and what’s next when it comes to the College Football Playoff expansion.
Mic Drop Dallas returns after a short summer break. Tune into this teaser episode that highlights the exciting things that the Dallas Sports Commission has been involved with over the past two months, as well as what to expect this Fall! Followed by an instant replay of Darren Woodson and Michael Finley.
Cynthia Marshall talks business and leadership in sports, Tim Brown talks documentary and Hesiman, Calvin Watkins talks boxing and Dallas Cowboys.
Emmitt Smith talks business ventures, Shaq gives his hot take on Dirk & Luka, Chris Young shares his approach to building a contender in Arlington.
Rolando Blackman discusses the 1980 Olympic Boycott, Nancy Lieberman discusses women in sports, and Jason Kidd discusses Mavs & NBA Coaching.
Charlotte Jones and Dan Hunt played enormous roles in the successful 2026 FIFA World Cup bid for Dallas, listen to them discuss the impact of bringing the world to North Texas in 2026.
Frisco RoughRiders Foundation Executive Director Breon Dennis gives his insight on how to break into the sports industry, their initiatives in the community to unite fans & his career journey; FOX 4 sports reporter Jeff Kolb takes a look at the Texas Rangers & what they can improve on & his hot take on the Dallas Cowboys.
Dallas is officially a 2026 World Cup host city! Dallas Sports Commission Executive Director dives into what’s next in the process, her gratitude for the support of their bid committee & why she believes Dallas was selected; FC Dallas TV analyst Steve Davis reflects on the 1994 World Cup in Dallas & the massive impact 2026 will have on the metroplex; Telemundo sports anchor Erik Mora gives his prediction of how many matches will land in Dallas & how fans will never experience a spectacle like the World Cup.
FC Dallas VP of Media & Communication, Gina Miller, explains the success of their team, Nico Estevez transforming their vision & how Monica is a centerpiece to the success of major Dallas events; Envy Gaming President & COO, Geoff Moore, analyzes Microsoft acquiring Activision Blizzard, OpTic gaming becoming a global powerhouse & the future of the ESports Stadium Arlington
Dallas Stars SVP of Marketing, Dan Stuchal, dives into the explosion of youth hockey in Dallas, embracing One State One Team & their new Hall of Fame induction process; Tony Fay Public Relations Chief Operating Officer, Amanda Larder, pulls back the curtain on Troy Aikman’s Highway to Henryetta music festival presented by AT&T, how all paths connect back to Dallas & importance of leaving a legacy with major events; KRLD news anchor, John Liddle, on his experiences singing the national anthem & why Monica is one of his favorite interviews.
President of the Dallas Mavericks Foundation Katie Edwards explains the importance of Reggie Bullock being named the 2022 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Social Justice Champion, the tremendous success of the Mavs Ball & the best advice for students; Shahin Zarrabi of DreamHack tells Dallas gamers what to expect from their three day DreamHack event & debunks myths about gamers.
Vice President of SUM International Properties, Pablo Zarate gives fans an insight on why the MexTour chose Dallas as one of their U.S. stops & how Dallas has become a premier soccer destination; Dallas Jackals player Jeremy Lenaerts gives listeners an inside look at the day in the life of a rugby player & why Dallas is a prime city to host the Rugby World Cup; Univision Sports Anchor Pedro Silva takes a deep dive into the success of FC Dallas & how Dallas has positioned itself to host a major 2026 World Cup match.
Big 12 Conference Assistant Director of Media Relations David Waxman dives into the loaded bracket for the Phillips 66 Big 12 Baseball Championship, why the 2023 Women’s Final Four will be iconic & sprinkles luck on the Mavs; Texas Rangers Foundation Executive Director Karin Morris highlights their TexGala featuring Darius Rucker, how fans can be involved in their Hall of Fame luncheon & the growth of youth baseball in the DFW; The Ticket’s Ty Walker gives his take on the Mavs Western Conference Finals series & how the Rangers are turning around their season.
Choctaw Nation Director of Gaming & Brand Partnerships Erica Kosemund joins us for a live interview from the AT&T Byron Nelson and gives us a glimpse into what to expect this week; AT&T Byron Nelson Tournament Chair Clay Duvall gives a behind the scenes look of what goes into the yearly planning of the tournament, how they raised $163 million for Momentous Institute, and why fans should be ecstatic about the first sell-out since 2008; CBS 11 anchor Keith Russell gives a breakdown of the loaded AT&T Byron Nelson field & the best advice he’s received in the industry.
Natalie Jenkins on how the College Football Playoff Foundation continues to grow, why teacher appreciation week is so important & who she would sit down to receive advice from; American Airlines Center General Manager Dave Brown pulls back the curtain on how the venue navigates the Mavs & Stars home games during the playoffs, how many concerts are coming back to the AAC & what fans can look forward to for 2023; WFAA Sports Anchor Joe Trahan breaks down why Cowboys fans should remain patient, who can hoist the trophy at the Byron Nelson & his insight on the Mavs & Stars playoff run.
Tom Dunmore of Major League Cricket dives into why Dallas is the perfect place to grow one of the most popular global sports, bringing the T-20 World Cup to the USA in 2024 & how big cricket can become in the U.S.; Dallas Stars play-by-play voice Josh Bogorad pulls back the curtain on how he broke into sports broadcasting, why the Stars can have a successful playoff run & the Hall of Fame trajectory Jason Robertson is on.
Bob Mimlitch on why VEX Robotics picked Dallas as their home for the championships & how robots can improve the sports landscape; Texas Rangers General Manager Chris Young dives into the revamped Rangers, what fans can expect of their promising future & what makes Chris Woodwarda fit for the Rangers; WFAA Sports Anchor Jonah Javad gives his prediction on who might surprise fans at the AT&T Byron Nelson & what he learned from Dale Hansen.
World Boxing Council President Mauricio Sulaiman on why AT&T Stadium is the perfect venue for boxing; how Errol Spence Jr. is the “Miracle Man” & sells fans on the sport of boxing; Professional Boxing Trainer Derrick James breaks down the art of boxing, how Errol Spence Jr. reminds him of Sugar Ray Leonard & their routine before walking out to the bright lights; Dallas Morning News Sports Writer Calvin Watkins drops his insight on the Errol Spence Jr. & Derrick James relationship & how Jerry Jones is a money making machine.
Glen Leitzke gives insight on how Dallas became a volleyball hot bed and the arrival of the Lone Star Classic; Mavs CEO Cynthia Marshall shares her excitement around the Mavs clinching their playoff spot, her journey on becoming the CEO, and how she plans to turn Dallas blue; Chuck Cooperstein makes the case for Jason Kidd to win Coach of The Year and how far the Mavs can go in the playoffs.
Dallas Cup Executive Director Peter Davis breaks down the legacy of the Dallas Cup for fans, what they can expect from the international field & the business of soccer; The Ringer WWE guru David Shoemaker pulls back the curtain on WrestleMania for fans & his predictions on the two day event; The Dallas Morning News’ WWE scribe Joey Hayden sells fans on why WrestleMania is one of the biggest events in the world & how they can fall in love with wrestling.
College Football Playoff Director of Public Events & Sponsorships Ryan Allen Hall on why the CFP has an advantage being located in Dallas & the inside scoop on the business of the CFP National Championship; Big 12 Senior Associate Commissioner of Communications Bob Burda dives into why fans should be excited about the Big 12 Baseball Championship coming to Globe Life Field & the future after conference realignment; Ben Rogers gives MFFL’s insight on Luka Doncic & the Mavs.
Athletes Unlimited Volleyball returns to Dallas and Molly McCage sells the Dallas community on why they should hit Fair Park for some of the best volleyball in the world; Dallas Wings guard Moriah Jefferson drops her hot take on March Madness and why Dallas is the perfect city to host the 2023 Women’s Final Four; Richie Whitt dives into the importance of mental health, why Cowboys fans should be furious and an interesting DFW stat on March Madness.
Dallas media legend Randy Galloway takes listeners down a trip to memory lane on building relationships within the Dallas Mavericks organization & his hot take on the Dallas Cowboys; NCAA Managing Director of Brands & Strategy, Gina Lehe gives students a gem of advice on how to break into the sports industry & the present & future of the NCAA; Dallas Stars analyst Daryl “Razor” Reaugh dives into the Stars playoff push & their “Hokey Pokey” approach.
SVP and GM at Texas Motorspeedway, Rob Ramage gives listeners a breakdown of all things coming to TMS this spring; Pro Football Hall of Famer Emmitt Smith talks Cowboys, why he chose No. 34 as his NASCAR car number, what to expect from him in the upcoming Club Corp Classic and why DFW is the center of the universe; Assistant editor of D CEO magazine and keeper of D Magazine’s prestigious Dallas 500 list, Ben Swanger dives into robot quarterbacks and why eSports are booming in Dallas.
Did you know Rolando Blackman & SMU’s head coach Tim Jankovich played together at Kansas State? Tim Jankovich gives listeners a behind the scenes story of their experience at K State & the secret behind Moody Magic; Former NBA player & head coach Avery Johnson dives into how far Luka Magic can take the Mavs, his new business venture & his one-on-one with Shaq; The Big Aristotle Shaquille O’Neal drops his take on Dirk’s legacy after being named to the NBA’s 75th Anniversary team.
NCA Varsity VP Justin Carrier gives listeners an insight on why Dallas is a cheerleading hotbed, how cheerleading is one of the most competitive sports & his connection with Beyonce; the AT&T Byron Nelson will be at full capacity for 2022 & tournament director Jon Drago breaks down the fan experience, who to expect in the field of play & where Dallas ranks as a golf destination; as the Dallas Stars make a push for the playoffs & Bruce LeVine explains why this is their “Last Dance” without Michael Jordan.
Soccer fans get to know FC Dallas’ new head coach Nico Estévez & what to expect from the ‘22 campaign; Kansas City Chiefs Chairman & CEO Clark Hunt provides sports business insight & explains the legacy the World Cup will leave in the U.S.; FC Dallas made many offseason changes, The Striker FC Dallas beat reporter Jon Arnold, dives into why the changes were essential to the teams' success & how Mic Drop listeners can become soccer fans.
UFC, USA Triathlon & Major League Rugby athletes all use ICON Meals, and CEO Todd Abrams explains how the DFW fitness community can benefit from eating them too; the first professional tennis tournament since 1985, returns to Dallas with the ATP Dallas Open next week, John Isner highlights what fans can expect at SMU, why he moved to Dallas & the impact of The Isner Family Foundation to the Dallas community; with the NBA Trade Deadline approaching, The Dallas Morning News’ Brad Townsend gives insight on what the Dallas Mavericks could do in the trade market.
PGA Champions Tour golfer Mark Calcavecchia on playing in the ClubCorp Classic at Las Colinas Country Club, how his swing is looking & playing a round with various celebrities; Dallas Jackals President Scott Sonju introduces the DFW metroplex to Major League Rugby, their unique traditions & Dallas’ Rugby World Cup bid; The Athletic’s Dallas Stars writer Saad Yousaf highlights the Stars winning streak, the moves the Stars could make at the trade deadline & The New York Times buying The Athletic.
ESPN tennis analyst Brad Gilbert dives into the return of professional tennis to Dallas, the ATP Dallas Open field & why SMU tennis complex is the perfect venue to experience a tennis tournament; The Ringer Podcast host and CFPF ambassador Rachel Lindsay highlights her media career, being a CFP Extra Yard For Teachers ambassador & her new book “Miss Me With That”; The Ticket host George Dunham dissects the Dallas Cowboys & what’s next for America’s Team
Mike Flaskey talks about the Club Corp Classic, the newest PGA Tour Champions stop, the plan to impact the DFW community & the celebrities vying to get a tee time; SMU’s new football head coach Rhett Lashlee on the new Mustang culture, how Dallas has an advantage in recruiting & his message to the Dallas community; The Dallas Morning News sports columnist Tim Cowlishaw reviews Dirk’s jersey retirement ceremony, analyzes the Dallas Cowboys struggles & drops his CFP Championship predictions.
Goodyear General Manager of Brand Marketing Todd Macsuga details what the famous Goodyear Blimp ride is like, their partnership extension with the Cotton Bowl Classic & the 7 foot, 200 pound tire art of “Big Al” & “Bearcat”; The Dallas Morning News assistant sports editor Scott Bell breaks down the College Football Playoff Semi-Final matchups & the Dallas Cowboys clicking at the right time.
WWE Superstar Drew McIntyre dives into WrestleMania coming to North Texas, their community initiatives & how he reached the top of his game with WWE; Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl Executive Director Brant Ringler dives into Bowl Season, the impact of bowl games in the DFW metroplex & his favorite bowl memories; Bally Sports Mavs Analyst Brian Dameris breaks down the Mavs moves, the outlook of team moving forward & how he ended up with the Larry O’Brien trophy after the 2011 championship.
Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic Chief Marketing Officer Michael Konradi pulls back the curtain on the 86th year of the Cotton Bowl & their first time hosting a No. 1 seed; Dallas Mavericks VP of Gaming & Youth Basketball Greg Nared stops by to discuss the future of esports, the craze around the NBA 2k league & the future of the Mavs; Fort Worth Star-Telegram columnist Mac Engel dives into the Sonny Dykes whirlwind, the Texas Rangers backing up the Brinks truck & drops his College Football Playoff predictions.
NCAA VP of Women’s Basketball Lynn Holzman on bringing men's & women's March Madness to the same market & the state of women's college basketball; Pro Football Hall of Famer Tim Brown on Brian Kelly’s shocking move to leaving Notre Dame & ‘The Perfect 10’; The Ticket host Corby Davidson on the Rangers spending spree & Lincoln Riley’s departure to USC.
Dallas Stars President & CEO Brad Alberts on the NHL’s initiative Hockey Fights Cancer & the fans rocking the AAC; Major League Fishing Senior Director Events & Partnerships Michael Mulone on the DFW’s lakes & the exclusive TV show in Dallas that airs in 2022; Dallas Mavs Digital Content Manager Bobby Karalla on Luka Doncic & where the Mavs are headed this season.
Dallas Cowboys EVP & Chief Brand Officer Charlotte Jones on the Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl hopes, WrestleMania 38 & bringing the World Cup to Dallas; WWE EVP of Special Events John Saboor highlights “The most stupendous two-night WrestleMania in history” & his memories from WrestleMania 32 at AT&T Stadium; WWE Hall of Fame Superstar Jimmy Hart on WrestleMania 38 & why it is the greatest event in sports entertainment.
Dallas Cowboys analyst Babe Laufenberg takes a deep dive into the Dallas Cowboys success, their offensive firepower & Dallas Stars’ Hockey Fights Cancer; 3x Super Bowl Champion Chad Hennings on Globe Life Field hosting their first college football game in the Commanders’ Classic this weekend; Mavs in-house DJ Poizon Ivy on the bringing the music to all of Dallas & the American Airlines Center.
Dallas Food Championships President & CEO Mike McCloud on bringing chefs across the country to Fair Park & what makes Dallas so unique to host the championships; AT&T Stadium Director of Booking Events Delanie Foley on a successful FIFA visit & inside the various events at AT&T Stadium; Dallas News’ Sarah Blaskovich on the life of a restaurant reporter & Dallas as a national food destination.
Djorn Buchholz on bringing the National Soccer Hall of Fame to North Texas & Dallas’ bid to host the World Cup in 2026, Rick Hart on the rise of SMU athletics & hosting the Dallas Open, Abraham Nudelstejer on the significance of FIFA World Cup memories & Ricardo Pepi.
Dallas Marathon President & CEO Paul Lambert on the 50th anniversary of the BMW Dallas Marathon, Disney to Dallas & the future of Run Dallas; Publisher & President of the Dallas Morning News Grant Moise on the state of digital news, the Dallas Cowboys & growth of eSports; Dallasites 101 co-founder Lily Kramlich-Taylor on promoting food, live events & entertainment in Dallas.
Aaron Colton on the Red Bull Show Run in Dallas, no handed wheelies & building bikes; Braden Holtby on the Stars season outlook & his Stanley Cup experience; Jean-Jacques Taylor on Micah Parsons & Trevon Diggs bursting onto the scene and why he thinks the Cowboys are off to such a successful start.
Christie Meyer Johnson on the Stampede of Speed at the Texas Motorplex; Mavs Assistant GM Michael Finley on the revamped coaching staff, Luka Doncic & his '07 Finals experience; Radio legend Norm Hitzges on the Cowboys & the secret behind his long career.
Al Walsh talks Grambling & Prairie View A&M in the State Fair Classic; Todd Krumholz on working with Prime Time and the evolving Dallas sports marketing environment; Donovan Lewis previews the Ryder Cup and talks dominoes.
State Fair of Texas President Mitchell Glieber on the return of the Fletchers Corny Dog & iconic college football rivalries during the Fair; College Football Playoff Foundation Executive Director Britton Banowsky talks Extra Yard for Teachers Week & The Big Day; Fort Worth Star Telegram's Clarence Hill Jr. on the Cowboys' banged-up defense & UT's football's struggles.
National Football Foundation's Steve Hatchell on the future of the sport and the ongoing Big 12 drama; Al Montoya talks his new position with the Stars & how he plans to grow hockey in the Latinx community; Bob Sturm on the Ryder Cup, staffing up Troy Aikman and everybody's favorite Long Island vampires.
Bowl Season Executive Director Nick Carparelli on the return of full slate of bowl games and leadership lessons from Bill Belichick; FC Dallas VP Gina Miller on new star Ricardo Pepi & bringing the World Cup to Dallas; Ben Rogers on Rollertown Brewery & the meeting with Dirk that led to his signature beer, "The Big German".
AAC GM Dave Brown on the building's 20th anniversary, his favorite moments & Frank Siniatra; Dr. James Beckett on the Topps-MLB imbroglio and the $6.6 million sale of a Honus Wagner card; Meredith Land on reflections on her visit to Afghanistn and trying to moderate a conversation between President Bush & Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Ellipsis Digital President Josh Fagan on the ever-changing NFT landscape; Dallas Wings guard Allisha Gray on bringing gold back to Dala & her prediction on her WNBA 2K rating; The Mom Game's Julie Dobbs on the Stars' off-season & Hard Knocks.
The Original 88 - Drew Pearson on his enshrinement into the Pro Football Hall of Fame; Marc Stein on Luka's massive 5-year, $207M contract extension plus soccer & tennis in Dallas; John Rhadigan on the Rangers rebuild & the ramifications of meeting of John Grisham.
John Tatum on sports marketing post pandemic; Rick "Goose" Gosselin on why it took so long for Drew, Cliff and Jimmy to make it to Canton; CBS 11 sports anchor Keith Russell on HOF remarks over/unders and horror movie picks.
Dallas Mavericks Head Coach Jason Kidd on his third go around in Dallas & Luka; Kevin Sherrington on Texas & OU moving to the SEC; Sam Gannon on Oklahoma's biggest rivalry & the Olympics.
Mike Rhyer on the state of play with the Cowboys, Mavs, Stars and Rangers; Chris Ivy on the booming NFT market and Heritage Auctions' billion dollar year; Steve Davis thoughts on CONCACAF
No. 8 talks year 21 with FOX, Dak expectations and his typing prowess; Jane Slater on what to look for as Cowboys camp starts; Mark Followill on CONCACAF and Mavs makeover.
Charean Williams joins to talk HBO's Hard Knocks again choosing the Cowboys to feature on the long-running docuseries; Larry Lundy on his long career, the NBA's Disney Bubble and the state of diversity hiring in the sports industry; Chuck Morgan on walk up music at Globe Life Field -- and his memories of filming "The Rookie."
CFP Executive Director Bill Hancock talks potential Playoff expansion and Olympic memories; Mavs voice Chuck Cooperstein on a wild few weeks; Laura Harris talks heading to Tokyo to anchor NBC 5 coverage.
Molly Solomon, NBC Olympics coverage chief, talks the upcoming games and what you need to know before tuning in; The Ticket’s Mark Elfenbein on a crazy two weeks for the Mavericks.
Sully & Monica talk Mavs moves; Chuck Carlton on the CFP's 12-team playoff proposal; Mark Mclemore says MLB is wrong for coming down hard on pitchers; Jim Nill's offseason plans for the Stars.
Geoff Moore on Team Envy and worldwide boom in e-sports; Entrepreneur Danyel Surrency Jones talks bringing tech and innovation to athletic training with POWERHANDZ; The Athletic's Saad Yousuf looks ahead at the big summer for both the Stars and Mavs.
Dale Hansen joins Sully and Monica to talk retirement; The Ringer's Bryan Curtis helps contextualize Hansen's legendary career; Emily Jones recals how Sharon Stone got her into big trouble.
Brad Townsend on the Mavs wrestling control of Round 1; Spud Webb on what he's seen in first two games and his unforgettable career; Big time tennis returns to the region in the form of the Dallas Open.
There's Han Solo and Hope Solo - this week we add Monica Solo as she drives the ship alone while Sully is at the PGA; Monica talks World Cup wih FC Dallas President Dan Hunt and Univision's Pedro Silva.
Darren Woodson on the enduring value of the Star. Salesmanship Club President Mike McKinley talks Momentous Institute, the reigning PGA Tour Charity of the Year. Newy Scruggs on how his 5 year plan to return to LA became a two decades and counting in Big D. #bevokal @micdropdallas @dallas_sports @darrenwoodson28 @newyscruggs
Jon Drago previews the tournament's move to TPC Craig Ranch; Pudge Rodriguez on pizza, coffee and catching; Skin Wade weighs in on Mavs & Cowboys.
Draft talk - and other topics - with Charles Haley and Babe Laufenberg; Natalie Jenkins on the larger role women are playing in sports marketing. #bevokal @babelaufenberg @charleshaley94
CONCACAF Gold Cup is headed to North Texas; FC Dallas Technical Director, Andre Zanotta, breaks down how soccer transfers work; Lady Magic, Nancy Lieberman; Stars beat writer Matt DeFranks. #bevokal @dallas_sports @MicDropDallas @nancylieberman
Dedra DeLilli, Toyota's global Olympic sponsorship lead, talks the upcoming summer games; Ro Blackman recalls the 1980 Olympic boycott; Could Jimmy Johnson coach a Premier League club? Mike Doocy weighs in. #micdrop #bevokal #olympics #paralympics #legend @MikeDoocyFox4
Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby on Baylor's historic run; Lance Barrow talks Masters & the 25th anniversary of Tin Cup; Kristi Scales tackles Cowboys draft. #micdrop @micdropdallas @big12conference @baylormbb @themasters
35th anniversary of Jack's Masters Miracle with Verne; Major League Rugby Commish George Killebrew; Chris Arnold on being a Hype Man in the age of Covid.
Eric Nadel gives his thoughts on Rangers 2021 and Hulu's "In and Of itself"; Sean Decker and Bryan Trubey on Globe Life Field and how modern sports venues are birthed; Joe Trahan talk golf and Muhammad Ali.
Dallas Stars goalie Marty Turco details a fabled team prank known as "The San Jose Job"; Sandy Cross on the PGA's big move to North Texas; Mavs voice Mark Followill & Sully talk Shawn Bradley.
College Football Playoff COO Andrea Williams stops by to chat about her career path and Dallas taking a leading role in the college football world; Andy Swift and Gordon Jago talk Dallas' World Cup chances; Brad Sham breaks down Dak's new deal.
Panini VP Jason Howarth stops by to talk about that Luka card that recently sold for $4.6 million, the NBA Top Shot phenomenon and why everyone should be investing in trading cards. Dallas Wings HC Vickie Johnson makes her pitch for the Dallas Wings and DFW as a marquee WNBA destination. And Athletes Unlimited Volleyball star Molly McCage tells us what she loves about the new all female pro volleyball league... and what she is downloading this week!
FOX Sunday NFL host, Curt Menefee stops by and shares his wisdom for the next generataion trying to break into sports broadcasting. UNT & Dallas Texans legend Abner Haynes and Dallas Cowboys LB, Jaylon Smith share stories on how football has allowed them to become champions for their communities. David Moore, from the Dallas Morning News makes an appearance.
E1: ESPN analyst Jeff Van Gundy talks Luka Doncic and his international appeal, and Dallas Stars President Brad Alberts speaks to the sports marketing landscape during the pandemic and how Stars fans defy national expectations. Appearance by the Old Grey Wolf himself, Mike Rhyner.