The Paducah Sun’s Joey Fosko wraps up his anniversary show visit by talking about a remarkable year for University of Louisville athletics and checking in on Major League Baseball. He and Travis close things out with a celebration of their five years on the air together.
Click to listen to June 11 Show – Part 4 (Joey Fosko)
Travis examines problems for the NCAA’s enforcement unit and discusses Bud Selig’s push for justice in the Biogenesis scandal. He also updates the MLB scoreboard, talks debate in sports, and looks ahead to today’s MLB draft.
Click to listen to June 6 Show – Part 3
Travis shares his thoughts on Wichita State’s firing of baseball legend Gene Stephenson. One of the legendary figures in college baseball, Stephenson had piloted the Shockers to remarkable heights throughout his career, and Travis considers all the factors involved in asking an all-time great to step away. Travis also offers more thoughts on the Biogenesis situation in MLB, and he takes a look at the coaching carousel in the NBA.
Click to listen to June 5 Show – Part 3
Travis examines the perils of signing a national letter of intent for blue-chip college-bound athletes, immerses himself in Puig-Mania in Los Angeles, and updates the latest from the MLB scoreboard.
Click to listen to June 5 Show – Part 2
Travis opens Wednesday’s show with a recap of Lone Oak’s 2-0 loss to Central Hardin in the first round of the state baseball tournament. He also welcomes back his old friend and teammate Andy Lyon, as the head coach at Deland (FL) High School talks about the great talent he sees daily on the prep scene in central Florida. Andy also joins Travis to talk about the Biogenesis scandal in Major League baseball, as well as the future of athletics administration in the NCAA.
Click to listen to June 5 Show – Part 1 (Andy Lyon)
Travis opens the show highlighting the dual regional titles for Lone Oak, as the Flash sent their programs out with a bang, winning baseball and softball championships on the same night. He also talks about all the basketball action going on at the CFSB Center this weekend as Mid-America Summer Hoops gets underway, and he shares his thoughts on the ongoing leadership failures at Rutgers.
Click to listen to May 30 Show – Part 1
Travis finishes up Monday’s show by talking about the future of the NCAA and major college athletics, and he shares his disdain for programs that block the path of transfer athletes.
Click to listen to May 20 Show – Part 4