Chase Parham and Neal McCready discuss Ole Miss' basketball game Friday with Georgia State and the schedule for Andy Kennedy's team the next week. Then they are joined by regular Friday guest Ryan Brown of WJOX The Roundtable in Birmingham. They all talk about the potential ramifications of Congress' tax plan on college athletics and the coaching searches and games coming up.
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Chase Parham and Neal McCready discuss the timing around Ole Miss' coaching search and whether there is a point when things have to move regardless of information known. Then they welcome in Jeffrey Wright for his weekly segment. In addition to SEC picks, they discuss another element to the Tennessee job that heightens the advantage of the Volunteers.
Amid all the chaos, Neal campaigns for Chase to get an additional menu selection at baseball games.
Chase Parham and Neal McCready discuss Jeff Long being out as Arkansas athletics director and some of the protocol around the COI release. Then, Neal speaks with SB Nation national reporter Steven Godfrey about coaching searches at Ole Miss, Florida and Tennessee as well as the situations around Texas A&M and Arkansas.
Lastly, they update a way to watch Neal fail at golf and raise money for a great cause.
Neal McCready and Chase Parham discuss Ole Miss' basketball program and the 10-point win over Eastern Kentucky at the Pavilion on Monday. Then they speak with Memphis radio host and occasional Ole Miss radio network fill-in Eli Savoie about the Tennessee and Ole Miss coaching searches and a lot of basketball.
They close the show with some thoughts on Jordan Wilkins and other topics.
Chase Parham and Neal McCready discuss Jordan Ta'amu's emergence as Ole Miss quarterback and debate, while trying to provide a lot of context, whether Ta'amu or Shea Patterson is the better quarterback this season.
Also, they talk about Butch Jones getting fired at Tennessee and what lesssons can be learned from it. There's also a week at the SEC lines for the week.
Chase Parham and Neal McCready discuss Ole Miss' multi-sport dates with ULL this weekend, including the season opener for basketball Friday at 7 p.m. Then, they welcome in weekly guest Ryan Brown, of WJOX in Birmingham, who details his trip to Mount Pleasant, Michgian for MACtion this week. He also discusses a few SEC football games. In closing, Chase and Neal find company for the Magnolia Bowl trophy.
Neal McCready and Chase Parham open the show with a conversation with former Ole Miss All-American and World Series winner David Delucci, who gives his thoughts on Roy Halladay's death, Mickey Callaway's hiring as Mets manager and more. They also look at some of David's career stats against certain pitchers, and he weaves stories into that part of the conversation.
Then, Neal, Chase and Jeffrey Wright have their weekly SEC picks segment that also includes some talk about 80s movies and some plans to pay off future competitions between the three of them.
Chase Parham and Neal McCready open the show with some Ole Miss football and basketball talk before a lengthy interivew with the Million Dollar Man Ted Dibiase, who promotes his documentary Price of Fame and also tells many great stories from his wrestling days.
DiBiase gives his thoughts on Ric Flair, his son's career, his own life change and closes with a great story about Andre the Giant in Tokyo. Also, he discusses the best and worst wrestlers to be up against.
Chase Parham and Neal McCready discuss the Matt Luke night-before-Kentucky video that was posted on Monday and then talk with Antonio Morales of the Clarion-Ledger about the Rebel Rags lawsuit and more.
Then, Chase and Neal discuss Markel Crawford's involvement in the Josh Pastner story and hit a few more final topics.
Neal McCready and Chase Parham discuss the abundance of coaching search coverage posted at RebelGrove.com on Sunday and talk about why choosing the right candidate is a complicated, tricky situation.
Also, they look at Southeastern Conference lines for the week and give some thoughts on Ole Miss' exhibition basketball win.