Second year Ben Davis coach Jason Simmons joins Sam to discuss the Giants putting last year’s 3-7 season behind them, the development of his quarterback Trent Gipson, his relationship with former coworker and current IU coach Tom Allen, and what to expect from Brownsburg in Week 1.
High school football is back, and Sam is back to tell you about the best teams, players, and most interesting storylines as the road to the State Finals at Lucas Oil Stadium begins Friday night. Plus, predictions on 11 of the biggest games from around Central Indiana.
In the final hour of Friday's show, Derek and Sam continue to discuss whether or not the NFL should move to just two preseason games, plus the ideal season lengths of each major sport.
"No Query Friday" continues with our friend Will Carroll, the Injury Expert, plus Jack's Donuts "Shut Your Donut Hole" and we welcome back to 6161 Fall Creek Oreo Jones, who talks with Derek about the Chreece festival he puts on, the Pacers and the Indy rap scene.
The first hour of "No Query Friday" features a discussion on whether the NFL Preseason should contract to two games with 18 regular season games or stay the same as is, plus Marian University coach Mark Henninger.
The Chreece founder (and former iHeart employee!) came back to his old digs to talk about the origins of his Indy hip-hop festival, artistic changes for him in 2019, and the new-look Pacers.
The third and final hour of Wednesday's birthday show from KSR includes the Grand Poobah Larry Kramer.
The second hour of Wednesday's show, live from KSR for the show's eighth birthday, features Franklin College football coach Mike Leonard and Fever legend Tamika Catchings.
It's the Q&S birthday party live from KSR, and the first hour features "Buy It or Bull
Schultz and IndyStar columnist Gregg Doyel discuss Andrew Luck perhaps trending in the right direction, the wide receiver depth chart, IU basketball's ridiculous recruiting budget, and Gregg treating the podcast studio as a changing room.
Live in West Lafayette from Purdue football practice, the third hour of Tuesday's show features Rondale Moore, unanimous All-American and recently named the Most Exciting Player in College Football by ESPN.
Live from Purdue football practice, in the second hour, Q&S are joined by the radio voice of Purdue football, Tim Newton
The first hour of Tuesday's show live from Purdue football practice includes Boilermakers coach Jeff Brohm and AD Mike Bobinski.
Purdue defensive captain Markus Bailey joins Q&S live after Purdue's practice wrapped up, and we talk with Bailey about the improvement in the Boilermaker defense, his Masters program, and the Columbus, Ohio native talks about his pick six to wrap up the Boilers' upset of 2nd ranked Ohio State last year.
He was recently named the "Most Exciting Player in College Football" by ESPN and he's entering his sophomore year from Purdue. Rondale Moore joins us after practice to discuss what a typical day is like, his friendship with Romeo Langford, his thoughts on David Bell and the rest of his freshman teammates, and what athletes he looked up to growing up in New Albany.
Live from the Mollenkopf Athletic Center for Purdue football practice, we sit down with AD and friend of the show Mike Bobinski. Topics include his assessment of where the football and basketball programs stand, the potential of playing the Old Oaken Bucket game at Lucas Oil Stadium and his thoughts on the Olympic model for compensating college athletes.
Live from Purdue practice, Q&S are joined by third year Boilermaker coach Jeff Brohm and discuss the 2019 team, how he unwinds off the field, what he expects from his skill players, and much more.
IndyStar columnist Gregg Doyel pays his weekly visit to talk Colts and the guys get back into Luck and how the Colts looked in preseason game #2.
Indiana head football coach Tom Allen joins the show and the guys joke about one of Jake's favorites, Dwight Howard, trying to find a new home.