The day begins with a talk about fake reality shows, including “Storage Wars,” and “Lizard Lick Towing.” We then hear Drew’s “Bane” impersonation that he was doing in the office after the show yesterday, and […]
ESPN analyst and former player/coach Herm Edwards with Don about being known for his “You play to win” rant from 10 years ago, his thoughts on the games this past weekend, and his transition from […]
Frank, who is performing at Colusa Casino on November 16, tells us how the ESPN gig is going, talks about how his Jon Gruden impression is being received, and Don tells Frank about his idea […]
Don begins with the bizarre email thread that circulated the station yesterday, and we hear Craig’s new Public Service Announcement for the Red Cross. After Don expresses his displeasure for the New York Marathon sill […]
Stephen, Please! ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith came under fire Thursday for using a racial slur on Thursday’s edition of First Take. The comment happened during a discussion of whether or not Kobe Bryant will play in […]
Don begins with his take on last night’s Vice Presidential debate, telling us that he thought Biden won, but still came off looking like a douche. Don then announces his contest idea for tickets to […]
Frank just got hired by ESPN to be on their Sunday NFL show, and he talks with the guys about the new gig, and tries out some of his new impressions!
Sacramento Bee writer Joe Davidson joins Grant to talk about the 2011 season of high school football in Sacramento. Davidson previews all of the big games as well as whether or not he believes high […]
ESPN NBA analyst Jon Barry breaks down The Finals, Dallas’ edge in the series, and even the Mark Jackson hiring as head coach of the Golden State Warriors.
Big news in Oakland as the A’s replaced manager Bob Geren with Bob Melvin – Paul Gutierrez of Comcast SportsNet joined Grant in the first segment to discuss the reaction around the A’s clubhouse. ESPN […]
ESPN NFL Analyst Trent Dilfer was live with Grant at Edgewood in Lake Tahoe to talk about Alex Smith’s chances for success in the upcoming season – assuming the lockout gets resolved. He also talks […]
The Pac-10 agreed to a 12-year television contract with Fox and ESPN on Tuesday worth about $3 billion, allowing the conference to quadruple its media rights fees and start its own network.