Chase Parham and Neal McCready focus on Ole Miss baseball for the first half of the podcast, discussing the 4-2 loss to Mississippi State on Tuesday in Pearl and recapping so many of the missed chances to take control of the game.
Then they shift to the NFL draft and the SBNation.com story about Laremy Tunsil's hack and why the culprit hasn't been named. They go through a couple thought processes from that night and why it's a little more complex than usually argued.
Chase also looks at the top 50 MLB Draft prospects and how it affects Ole Miss.
Chase Parham and Neal McCready with a guest-heavy Tuesday podcast after discussing some local topics and Adrian Peterson's move to the New Orleans Saints.
First, they welcome in Hugh Kellenberger, sports editor of the Clarion-Ledger, who was in Birmingham Monday for Greg Sankey's media appearance. He discusses Sankey's comments on Ole Miss' NCAA case and other subjects.
Then, Neal and Chase bring in former Ole Miss quarterback Romaro Miller, who was in attendance for the Rebel Road Trip stop in Olive Branch. He provides insight into the event and some thoughts on the state of the program and how he would handle things as a player.
Neal McCready and Chase Parham start the work week with a recap of the weekend and where things are moving forward. They discuss Ole Miss baseball's resume following the win over Mizzou and what's remaining on the schedule, as the Rebels try to solidify their NCAA case.
They also talk about some storylines around the SEC and the message from the Rebel Road Trip.
Chase Parham and Neal McCready finish off a good week of shows with a guest-heavy podcast featuring former Ole Miss quarterback Chad Kelly, who led the Rebels to the Sugar Bowl in 2015 and put together the third-best total offense season in SEC history. Kelly discusses his family, some instances from his past and what he expects moving forward.
Rivals.com's Gabe DeArmond also stops by the show to preview Ole Miss and Missouri baseball and discuss Missouri's sudden emergence as a national basketball story.
Neal provides a humorous youth baseball story, and the guys react to some new information about the death of Aaron Hernandez.
Chase Parham and Neal McCready open the show with a story from the golf course on Wednesday and then transition into the big news of former Memphis guard Markel Crawford's signing with Ole Miss. They discuss what he brings to the Rebels roster and how the rotation could look next season. A certain tweet is also talked about briefly.
Then, Neal and Chase welcome in Erin and Ben Napier, the Ole Miss alumni who are the hosts of HGTV's Home Town which is in its first season. Erin and Ben detail their path to this point and give insight into show's production and how they've handled the change in direction.
The show closes with some Ole Miss baseball thoughts and what's ahead over the weekend.
Erin and Ben appear at the 25:27 point in the podcast. You can also read her blog and see what they have going on in Laurel at https://www.laurelmercantile.com/.
On this edition of the Oxford Exxon Podcast, Neal McCready and Chase Parham open with some quick thoughts on Aaron Hernandez and then shift to the situation at Georgia, as Kirby Smart has put some stipulations on the media pertaining to what can be reported on from practice. They use that to discuss if it's having an impact on the emotional capital fans are willing to invest in the product.
Then, they welcome Bourne Braves president Nicole Norkevicius to the show to talk about the Cape League and how the teams manage the rosters. Ole Miss has 11 Cape invites this summer including Grae Kessinger with Bourne.
Chase Parham and Neal McCready open the show discussing Ole Miss' movement in the basketball transfer market and how the Rebels are looking for a complement to some of the current parts. Then, they welcome welcome in Memphis media member Greg Gaston to discuss Markel Crawford's situation and what happened to Tiger basketball. They also discuss Grizzlies and more.
Neal then gets worked up about the ongoing Drew Bianco and LSU story, and they mention some of the TV shows that are starting in the next month.
Chase Parham and Neal McCready start the week with a discussion about the new college football rules changes pertaining to official visits, hiring staffers and more. Then, they discuss former Alabama assistant Bo Davis' recent verdict from the NCAA and how any of that situation may give a glimpse into the Ole Miss NCAA situation.
They hit on some baseball high points following Ole Miss' series loss in Baton Rouge and then they close with an Oxford Krystal Beer Garden crossover interview with NFL expert Mike Detillier, who gives some opinions on Evan Engram, among other topics.
Chase Parham and Neal McCready look at North Carolina's legal moves in its NCAA case involving SEC head Greg Sankey and how that could give any insight into Ole Miss' situation. Then they discuss Ole Miss' blowout loss to LSU on Thursday in Baton Rouge. Neal and Chase finish with some news items including Eli Manning's issues with some memorabilia dealers.
Chase Parham and Neal McCready discuss the oddity of Ole Miss' going on four-decade struggle in Baton Rouge and then Javon Patterson's shoulder injury and what the prognosis is after that surgery.
They update some opinions on the United Airlines incident and then go over a month-by-month expecation until the NCAA hands Ole Miss its sanctions -- including the mindset difficulties that could be issues during that process.