Today on the Grant Napear Show, Jason filled in and discussed the upcoming week in the NFL as well as the Chicago Bears’ loss to Green Bay on Thursday night, the Oakland A’s and San […]
USC is on the defensive as one of the school’s former football players says team doctor’s pumped enough painkillers into his body that he had a heart attack.
Police and USC officials announced Friday afternoon a $125,000 reward for information leading to the killer of two electrical engineering graduate students from China.
New UCLA head coach Jim Mora comes on with Grant to talk about his new position and what his first order of business will be as head coach. Mora also explains how the culture will […]
The great Sean Salisbury joined Carmichael Dave to discuss his upcoming shoulder surgery as well as what he feels about the sanctions that are placed upon USC (his alma matter) for past violations. Should the […]
Arik Armstead, a top recruit from Pleasant Grove High School came on to talk with Jason today. Armstead talked about dealing with the distractions of being a top recruit and being verbally committed to the […]
Former USC Trojan Dallas Sartz comes on the show to talk about the BCS ruling yesterday that stripped USC of their 2004 Championship. His new career coaching at UC Davis and new precautions to prevent […]
Grant does the show live from the seventh annual Fred Biletnikoff Hall of Fame Golf Classic Tournament at Catta Verdera Country Club in Lincoln. In the first hour, Grant recaps the NBA finals, USC getting […]
Fred Biletnikoff comes on to recap the tournament today and give his thoughts on the Raiders, USC ruling and talks about his foundation in honor of his daughter.
Charles Davis from NFL Network and Fox sports comes on with Grant to talk about the latest headlines in the NFL, and Charles gives his thoughts on the BCS ruling that stripped USC of their […]
JT The Brick, from FOX sports radio, joins Grant from Catta Verdera to talk about the Heat and the Mavericks first 3 games in the NBA finals. Also, JT gives his thoughts on the BCS […]