Sandy Clough – 01/10/2017 – Sandy Clough live in studio. Tuesday’s show Sandy Clough gives the latest news on the Broncos head coaching search and Clemson winning the National Championship last night against Alabama. Mike Tirico from NBC Sports and Our Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey both joined the show.
Hour one Sandy Clough talks about the Broncos head coaching search as Vance Joseph interviews with the team. Sandy Clough gives his thoughts on how Vance Joseph is still the Broncos number one candidate. Sandy Clough also goes through the other two major candidates for the Denver Broncos head coaching position. Sandy Clough explains why if it was up to him he would hire Kyle Shanahan as the next Broncos head coach. Sandy Clough gets into that and more including who the more qualified head candidate is for the Broncos.
For the rest of the hour Sandy Clough discusses the Broncos coordinator situation as the Broncos will look to fill out the rest of their coaching staff as well. Sandy Clough looks at Mike McCoy and if he will be brought back to become the Broncos offensive coordinator. Sandy Clough breaks that down as well as last nights National Championship between Clemson and Alabama.
Hour two Mike Tirico from NBC Sports joined Sandy Clough. Mike talks about Clemson beating Alabama in last nights National Championship game. Mike then breaks down some of the action from around the NFL this past weekend. Mike starts to preview the NFL Divisional round coming up this next weekend. Mike finishes the interview by giving his thoughts on the Broncos head coaching search. Mike breaks down who he feels is the best candidate for the Denver Broncos. Listen to the full interview here!
Our Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey joined Sandy Clough. Cecil talks about Clemson beating Alabama in the National Championship game last night. Cecil then goes into which players in last nights game are NFL Draft prospects. Cecil also discusses the Broncos head coaching and coordinator searches. Cecil looks at the strengths and weaknesses of Vance Joseph as a head coach. Listen to the full interview here!
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