The guys gave away Kings tickets to the loudest fan that didn’t use their voice to make noise, plus Dave Richard talking fantasy football, Chris Granger, Bobby Slayton in studio, and Dan Fouts.
Dan Fouts of CBS Sports joined Keith and Dave, discussing Colin Kaepernick’s struggles, the Raiders performance this season, Stanford’s upset of Oregon, and this week’s matchup between the Bills and the Jets.
As the game wore on, I noticed fewer and fewer Duck followers raising their collective hands, only to be replaced by Stanford fans striking the “O” pose.
Fox College Football Analyst Charles Davis came on The Grant Napear Show later on to talk about the USC Trojans vs. Cal Berkeley game this weekend and what he thinks about the game. Davis also […]
Grant kicked off the show today talking about the Oregon Ducks vs. Stanford Cardinal game today. Grant shared his thoughts on the game and what he thinks will happen considering past trends. Grant talked about both the defense of Stanford as well as the offense of the Oregon Ducks.
STANFORD, Calif. (AP) The matchup between Oregon and Stanford the past three seasons has been billed as the biggest game of the year on the West Coast, a de facto Pac-12 title game and national […]
Keith and Dave made Mike D follow through on his bet to get a Boston Red Sox tattoo if the Cardinals won the World Series. The guys also wondered whether a scoring point guard like […]
Charles Davis talked about Oregon and their game this weekend and how good Davis believes Oregon is and how efficient and flashy the offense looks. They touched on the Oklahoma State game this weekend vs. […]
Grant kicked off the show today by talking about the Kings game last night and how the team looks right now. He talked about the improved play of players such as Jimmer Fredette and Ray […]
Charles Davis of Fox Sports called in and talked about the Oregon vs. Washington college football game and how fanatical the fans of both teams can be as well as past games between the two […]
LOS ANGELES (AP) Oregon and Stanford have given no indication they’re ready to give up their thrones atop the Pac-12 this fall. That won’t stop the other 10 schools from working each week to unseat […]