Mark Phillips from DSE Entertainment joins the crew for Jamie. During the “Ramble”, the crew goes from discussing the death of Harry Anderson from “Night Court”, NBC’s Thursday night lineup 1986-2002, Proe doesn’t believe you can have scrambled eggs in tossed salads, Lord of Rings debate and New York waste sitting
Dan, Dave, and Geoff are here! Trudi Daniels has all but locked up her championship in the SRD Top Female Personality Bracket. We will have a special surprise to send to her. The Lions schedule has been fully released after a day of ridiculous conjecture. Why do people care?! Bob
Casey Boguslaw from his new website, ForwardMile.com joins Chris and Roger for another Tigers SRD episode. -Casey joins in at 57:30 and we talk about the Pitching Ninja being back. -Bryce Price being fired and how the Reds still have some ways to go. -We all enjoyed the Puerto Rico series
This week, Roger has a moment during the ramble as him and Phil, the summer intern, talk Transformers 1986 as its radio for two. HORSE focuses on the NBA playoffs. The crew also discusses how MSU and John Engler has handed the scandal (horribly) the GR weather guy providing laughs,
Dan and Geoff are here as a duo this evening as Daves lovely bride is out of town. While the cat’s away the mice will play. We discuss the Michigan football documentary series on Amazon. Some interesting things were pulled from the series that confirms some fears about Harbaugh’s program.
In this week’s Tigers SRD, Nick Shlain joins us to talk about the Yankees as they come into town. -Chris breaks down Daniel Norris to the bullpen in Inside the Numbers – Roger discusses the Tigers against the Indians and brings back numbers from the Randy Smith era -Dan Dickerson’s
On Saturday’s episode during the Ramble, The guys discussed Foster Loyer’s well-deserved jersey retirement, Grant Hill’s legacy in Detroit and Hall of Fame Introduction. During HORSE, the crew discusses Kevin Durant-Friend or Foe and the Final Four. Too much #TTBDNS during Opening Day as they discussed the Pros and Cons