In hour one, Ken recaps last night's Reds loss to the New York Mets, 5-4 in 10 innings. He talks about why Heath Hembree was pulled for Sean Doolittle in the ninth innings even though the Mets hitter who wound up tying the game, Dominic Smith, hits left-handers better than right-handers. He also talks about why time may be running out on this Reds team, but that both the wild card and division title are still in reach.
He then talks to Chris Vanini of The Athletic on the looming conference realignment coming to College Football and what it means for the University of Cincinnati.
In hour two, Ken talks to Chris and Rich Robinson, founding members of the Black Crowes, ahead of their concert in Cincinnati Tuesday night. He then talks to Ben Linsey of Pro Football Focus about why the Bengals receiving corps isn't quite like Tampa Bay's.
In hour three, Ken talks to Ben Kercheval of CBS Sports on his thoughts regarding the looming conference realignment in college football. He then talks to Rob Mains of Baseball Prospectus on the Reds current postseason chances following their additions to the bullpen at the trade deadline. He then closes out the show by recapping FC Cincinnati's draw with D.C. United last night.