Wednesday January 11th, 2017
The Drive with Big Al and DMac LIVE in studio reacting to today’s HUGE Broncos news of Vance Joseph being named the 16th ever Broncos Head Coach. The guys are joined by Troy Renck from Denver’s 7, Mike Klis from 9NEWS and Cecil Lammey, our Fan Broncos Insider, to help give us some insight into the hiring and the announced news that Mike McCoy will be back as the team’s Offensive Coordinator.
The Drive with Big Al and DMac LIVE in studio on this monumental day as the Broncos have named Vance Joseph as their new Head Coach, the 16th in their history. The fellas talk about the coordinators that are scheduled to come to town tomorrow for interviews, Bill Musgrave and Mike McCoy. Denver 7’s Troy Renck joins the show to talk about the Broncos’ hiring of Vance Joseph. The fellas talk about who the Offensive Coordinator is going to be because Joseph has a Defensive background and the Broncos have a young set of Quarterbacks. Listen to the fella’s talk with Troy HERE! The Big Three at 3:30 brings up a statement from John Elway regarding Vance Joseph, the next hire the Broncos will make and the influence of Matt Russell.
Football at Four underway with our Fan Broncos Insider, Cecil Lammey joining the show to talk about the addition of Vance Joseph and how he handles the players, what makes him so successful in being a leader of men. The fellas also talk about Bill Musgrave and Mike McCoy, the two top Offensive Coordinator candidates for the Broncos. Listen to the conversation with Cecil HERE! John Middlekauf from CSN reports that Vance Joseph will hire Mike McCoy as his Offensive Coordinator. Mike Klis from 9NEWS jumps on to talk about the timeline that the Broncos and Vance Joseph took to come to this agreement. Also, the fellas talk about the Mike McCoy news and how it’s going to effect this Broncos Quarterback situation. Listen to the interview with Mike HERE!
The third and final hour of The Drive on the road with Alfred talking about having a close, personal friend, a former College teammate in Vance Joseph getting such a high-pressure job. The guys take your calls to get your thoughts regarding the hire. Trending up, trending down, it’s The Closing Bell and it’s ringing on press conferences after today’s Trump presser and tomorrow’s Broncos’ presser introducing Vance Joseph. Also trending up is body sculpting in the off-season. Trending down is Tre Mason, the former Ram Running Back for getting into some legal trouble. Also trending down is Deshaun Watson, who is the best Quarterback in College Football and projected 4th round pick.
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