Tim Murray, who once upon a time was my first guest on the JAS podcast, is back on the show as we talk about his journey to VSIN, sports gambling and it's impact on broadcasting. Plus we chat about one of his bosses, the legendary Brent Musburger, his favorite college team, Notre Dame, the shrinking of minor league baseball as well as his time covering the Winter Olympics
NEW PODCAST - ESPN's Rene Ingoglia joins me to put a wrap on the college football season as we discuss the National Championship, College Football Playoff, the Bowl Season, UCF and more
Adam Eaton, Eric Lopez and I analyze the NFL and College Announcing crews for CBS, Fox, NBC and ESPN, giving our likes, dislikes and overall impressions of the play-by-play and analysts that bring the action on the gridiron to your flat screens every week. Plus my closing TV theme this week is from a long running hit tv series on CBS.
For Thanksgiving weekend I bring you a best of JAS with my 2019 conversation with the man behind the great @Super70sSports twitter feed, Ricky Cobb. Have a happy and safe Thanksgiving
Trace Trylko joins me to talk about the big UCF-Cincinnati showdown, Orlando City Soccer and Trace also picks our TV theme this week that ties into the UCF game and the upcoming holiday
We talk college football with ESPN's Rene Ingoglia
*The College Football Playoff
*The chances of a G5 crashing the party
*The Big 4 state schools: UF, FSU, Miami and UCF
*The great story of Coastal Carolina and the Sun Belt Conference
*Covering college football in the pandemic
*HIs Alma matter UMass and changing course to play games this season
*Rene's recent retirement from law enforcement after 20 years with the Orlando Police Department
NEW PODCAST - Pam Chvotkin is back on the show and tells us about her 90 days working in the NBA bubble from all the teamwork behind the scenes inside and outside the bubble to air the games, how she spent non-working time, following all the necessary protocols and what she had to pack for her long stay in Orlando. Plus, Pam picks our closing TV Theme this week, Saved by the Bell. So we discuss the iconic Saturday morning TV show and the upcoming reboot streaming on Peacock.
Jay Cresswell and Joe Finger join me for a radio and spring training reunion We talk baseball, our football teams and they pick out TV Themes for this week
It's a solo effort for this week where I cover Dak's Injury, Dalton as insurance, Alex Smith's comeback, Football scheduling challenges, NLCS (GO BRAVES!), ALCS and an expanded offering of TV Themes on a long running franchise .
My Knightline Sports Network colleague who hosts the The Left at Albuquerque podcast joins the show this week. We discuss:
NFL - Where the league stands at 4 weeks, KC a repeat champ?, the lousy NFC East and What down is it Tom Brady?
College Football - Is the U back?, UCF debacle and Josh Heupel's shortcomings
NBA - the Association bubble success, The Finals and the pros and cons of LeBron's desire for accolades
Jeff Allen worked in Sportstalk radio in Orlando from 1983 to 1996. most notably as the Program and Sports Director at WGTO in the early 90's, anchoring morning sports reports and various sportstalk shows. Now, Jeff shares unique yet common sense sports opinions with his weekly podcast. Follow Jeff on Twitter @jeffallen_88 and with his podcast is available on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, SoundCloud, Stitcher and TuneIn. Jeff also hosts The AAC Report on The Knightline Sports Network