Grant discussed ESPN’s suspension of Keith Olbermann during the show’s seventh segment, criticizing Olbermann for his calling the entire Penn State student body pitiful and further criticizing ESPN for not suspending Olbermann without pay. The […]
Grant took the entirety of the show’s forth segment to take calls from listeners on Tuesday, further discussing the possibility of Adrian Peterson not playing in Minnesota next season, the Cowboys showing interest in the […]
Scott Pollard, the former Sacramento King who is to be honored on Friday at Sleep Train Arena, joined the show for today’s third segment, the two discussing their trip to Thailand as well as Pollard’s […]
During the show’s second segment, Grant discussed the Kings’ brutal upcoming road schedule, the team travelling from Sacramento to New York to San Antonio all within three days. After previewing the Kings’ coming games, Grant […]
Grant opened Tuesday’s show by discussing the situation in Minnesota concerning Adrian Peterson, Peterson’s agent Ben Dogra telling Vikings vice president of football operations Rob Brzezinski that Peterson will never play another down in Minnesota. […]
3RD HOUR–2ND SEG We hit the day’s Headlines in this segment.
2ND HOUR–1ST SEG The guys hit all the Headlines in this segment.
1ST HOUR–1ST SEG The Kings hired Vance Wallberg as an assistant coach, Isaiah Thomas returned to Phoenix and played well. Adrian Peterson’s agent confronted Minnesota Vikings VP. Butch Harmon had some comments about Tiger Woods […]
Hollywood’s biggest “look at me” show, the Oscars, took place last night. And as I watched Birdman dominate the night, I thought to myself, what if I put together my own sports version of the Oscars? Which many […]
3RD HOUR–1ST SEG Spin the Wheel, a game that the morning show has created surrounded around sports headlines. It’s worth the listen, funny informative stuff in this segment.
1ST HOUR–1ST SEG Trade deadline has come and gone. The Kings get Andre Miller for Ramon Sessions, win! NBA Round Up, Pablo Sandoval being fat, Adrian Peterson.
As 2014 comes to a close, CBS Local Sports is looking forward to 2015 – where there’s hope for many sports possibilities and surprises in the new year.