Vance Joseph meets with Broncos, what’s next?

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Tuesday January 10th, 2017

The Drive with Big Al and DMac LIVE in studio as the Broncos hosted Vance Joseph today out at the UC Health Training Center as Cecil Lammey and Troy Renck join the show to give us their thoughts on today’s meeting between the team and Joseph.



The Drive with Big Al and DMac LIVE in studio get the show rolling with talk of last night’s College Football Playoff Championship game between the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Clemson Tigers.  Alfred thinks Lane Kiffin’s exit from Alabama effected the Tide’s Offensive production last night.  The Big Three at 3:30 brings up the “pick” play from last night’s Championship game, Vegas lost seven figures yesterday due to Clemson’s victory and the Oakland Raiders will change Offensive Coordinators.  Cecil Lammey, our Fan Broncos Insider, joins the show to talk Coordinators as the Broncos are looking to fill out an entire coaching staff.  Also, the fellas go over some dark-horse candidates for the Head Coach position that haven’t been talked about yet.  Cecil thinks Bill Musgrave is a fit here in Denver at Offensive Coordinator because Mike McCoy’s NFL future is as a Head Coach, not a coordinator.  Listen to the chat with Cecil HERE!



Football at Four underway with big news on the Broncos coaching search front, a tweet from John Elway updating after his meeting with Vance Joseph.  Joseph leaves town to interview with the Chargers.  The fellas think it’s good news for Kyle Shanahan.  Mike Klis tweets out that Vance Joseph is STILL at Dove Valley but the serious conversation is over.  Troy Renck from Channel 7 joins the show as the whereabouts of Vance Joseph remains unknown, is he in town or has he flown west?  If he does leave town, it might mean the odds could be in Kyle Shanahan’s favor.  Looking at the Defensive Coordinator opening, players have been telling Troy that Joe Woods has their full support and is ready to step up.  Listen to the talk with Troy HERE!



The third and final hour of The Drive underway with an episode of “Where in the world is Vance Joseph?”  The Closing Bell rings on pick plays in College Football not being called and that the two best teams in College Football played last night as trending up.  Trending down are fake Twitter accounts and Nick Saban after removing Lane Kiffin for Steve Sarkasian.  Woody Paige tweeted that Vance Joseph has left town, Alfred took a call in the middle of the show to confirm that Vance Joseph is still in Colorado.


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