In The Zone: Best of the Best

In The Zone: Best of the Best

If you missed In the Zone with Kravitz & Shot weekdays from 3-6pm on FM 96.9 The Game - Catch up with the best segments, interviews, and features from that day’s show.... Show More

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Mark Medina of USA Today joins In The Zone to discuss the early success of the Lakers and if he was surprised at how quickly LeBron James and Anthony Davis would gel together.

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John McKechnie joins In The Zone to help get fantasy lineups set for the playoffs.

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Jake Chapman from Magic Drive Time joins In The Zone to preview the Magic's upcoming game against the Lakers and when all-star big man Nikola Vucevic could return.

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Shot and CV discuss Jerry Jones' comment that he has not spoken to Urban Meyer about coaching the team. They also discuss if Urban would be the next head coach and if Jerry would relinquish control to bring in a guy like Urban.

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Mike Ginnitti joins In The Zone to discuss the large contract signed by Stephen Strasburg and what that could mean for free agent Gerrit Cole.

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Kravitz and Shot discuss the bowl matchups in college football and if there is a better way to pick which teams play which.

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Adam Rittenbeg joins In The Zone to discuss the major storylines surrounding bowl season.

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Kravitz and Shot explain what it means to win a press conference after Mike Norvell was introduced as the new head coach at Florida State.

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Gene Williams of warchant.com joins In The Zone to discuss Florida State's hiring of soon-to-be former Memphis coach Mike Norvell.

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To begin the show, Shot goes over the breaking news of the Nationals signing pitcher Stephen Strasburg to a big deal and then discusses Florida State's signing of head coach Mike Norvell.

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December 6, 2019

Brian Grimes from XL 106.7 joins In The Zone and makes picks football picks against Kravitz and Shot for the weekend.

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Matt Murschel joins In The Zone to give a break down of the conference championship games and also share who he thinks will be the next head coach at Florida State.

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Harry Gagnon joins In The Zone to break down the odds and spreads for the upcoming weekend including the conference championship weekend in college football.

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Kravitz and Shot originally started out by talking about which conference championship game they were most looking forward to but then a debate broke out about who should make the College Football Playoffs and what the criteria should be.

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Austin Gayle joins In The Zone to discuss if anything is wrong with Patrick Mahomes this season.

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T-Kras, from WDAE in Tampa, joins In The Zone to discuss the reaction to the Rays staying in Tampa to play their home games and what impact that has on the team possibly moving to Orlando.

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Philip Rossman-Reich joins In The Zone to discuss how the Magic's offense has changed since the injury to Nikola Vucevic.

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Drew Epperley joins In The Zone to discuss Orlando City SC's hiring of Óscar Pareja and how he fits with the Lions.

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John McKechnie joins In The Zone to discuss the emergence of DeVante Parker with the Dolphins and helps get fantasy lineups set with the fantasy playoffs approaching.

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Jake Chapman joins In The Zone to preview the Magic's upcoming game against the Suns and also discusses the recent play of former No. 1 overall pick Markelle Fultz.

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