On this episode we talk with former UConn Football QB Dan Orlovsky. We talk about the state of the program, how he thinks UConn will fare as a football independent, life in the NFL, and his new role at ESPN.
This episode features an interview with Bob Joyce of ESPN 97.9 and most well known as the voice of the UConn Women’s Basketball team. We talk about how Bob got his start in radio and how he got the UConn job, what it’s been like being around the UConn Women’s Basketball team over the past decade, what he thinks about the future of UConn athletics and more.
A lot has been said about what the move to the Big East means for UConn Football and Men’s Basketball, but what impact does this have on Geno Auriemma and the UConn Women’s Basketball program? Mechelle Voepel of ESPN joins us to talk about what this move means for UConn Women’s Basketball, how the Big East sets up UConn Women’s Basketball for the post Geno era, the impact of playing in the Big East vs. the American.
What does UConn’s move to the Big East mean for the men’s basketball program? We’re talking with CBS Sports’ Matt Norlander about everything in this Big East move — from how it happened, to how playing in the Big East will benefit the basketball team, and more.
On this episode you’ll hear from Dr. Anthony Alessi,a board-certified neurologist specializing in sports medicine. Dr. Alessi talks about his work as a consulting neurologist for the New York Yankees, MMA and Boxing, and his work with the NFLPA. Learn about the concussion risks and sports and the research he and his team are working on today.