Sandy Clough – 01/11/2017 – Sandy Clough live in studio. Wednesday’s show Sandy Clough talks about what appears to be the imminent hiring of Vance Joseph as Joseph once again meets with John Elway at Dove Valley. Sandy Clough also breaks down why Vance Joseph makes sense for the Broncos. Our Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey joined the show.
Hour one Sandy Clough talks about the news of Vance Joseph not getting on his plane to interview with other teams this morning as Joseph once again met with John Elway at Dove Valley. Sandy Clough gets into what appears to be a imminent hire of Vance Joseph for the Broncos. Sandy Clough gives his overall thoughts on why Vance Joseph appears to be the Broncos next head coach. Sandy Clough discusses what this could mean for the Broncos heading into next season.
Sandy Clough then reads some texts and takes some calls on the possible hire of Vance Joseph today by the Broncos. Sandy Clough reacts to the phone calls and gives his thoughts on why Vance Joseph is the choice for the Broncos and not Kyle Shanahan.
Hour two Sandy Clough talks about the Broncos continued search for their next head coach. Sandy Clough breaks down the news as the Broncos once again meet with head coaching candidate Vance Joseph at Dove Valley. Sandy Clough analyzes past coaching hires by the Broncos and where this coaching search ranks with past ones for Denver. Sandy Clough also explains why he would have hired Kyle Shanahan but that he understands why the team wants to tab Vance Joseph as their next head coach.
Our Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey joined Sandy Clough. Cecil breaks down why Vance Joseph is considered as the Broncos top choice right now to become the teams next head coach. Cecil Lammey also talks about how the imminent hiring of Vance Joseph could impact the Broncos offensive coordinator search. Listen to the full interview here!
Mike Pritchard who played with Vance Joseph joined Sandy Clough and Cecil Lammey. Mike talks about what type of leader Vance Joseph is and what he could bring to the Broncos as their head coach if he’s hired. Listen to the full interview here!
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