THE CONVERSATION

“THE CONVERSATION” Episode #45, With Andy Fee, Athletic Director, Long Beach State University

April 13, 2020 Two seasons, two national championships at the Beach under the leadership of Andy Fee, who was hired in April 2017 as the 12th Director of Athletics at Long Beach State, immediately making an impact on the fortunes of LBSU Athletics. The eyes of the volleyball world were on Long Beach in 2019, […]

ESPN MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL MARCH MADNESS NCAA

Pac-12, Baseball Tonight, MLB Spring Signings, March Madness Round Two Picks

MICHAEL BARI SHOW DAILY March 23rd, 2019 Welcome back! Have a Great Saturday and Sunday Watching March Madness! What’s New In Sports: The American Athletic Conference will get $1B for its media rights from ESPN over 12 years, according to sources. The average of $83.3M per year is about four times what the AAC was […]

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

COLLEGE FOOTBALL NEWS & NOTES

Twitter is a unique beast, with college football Twitter its own monster and the Notre Dame subsection a terror all its own. The overreactions, hot takes and incessant hand-wringing create an ecosystem unlike any other throughout fall’s Saturdays. The gifs, memes and intentional misspellings of “FIGTHING IRISH” develop a language at best English-adjacent. The on-field […]

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

ALABAMA & CLEMSON LOOKING FOR STARTING QB – TEXAS POISED TO GO BOWLING

Jalen Hurts isn’t changing positions, and there’s a good chance if Alabama’s record-breaking junior quarterback doesn’t win the starting job while competing with national championship hero Tua Tagovailoa, he’s not hanging around Tuscaloosa in the fall to watch from the bench. Chuck Carlton, Big 12 beat writer for SportsDayDFW.com and The Dallas Morning News, answered […]