Sandy Clough – 02/17/2017 – Sandy Clough live in studio. Friday’s show Sandy Clough talks about what the Broncos offense needs to look like next season, free agency for the Broncos and other top news from around the world of sports. Kelly Lyell from The Coloradoan and Our Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey both joined the show.
Hour one Sandy Clough talks about the Broncos offense heading into next season. Sandy Clough breaks down why the Broncos will need to throw the ball more in order to score more points next season. Sandy Clough then goes into how head coach Vance Joseph would rather run the football and then play defense and lean on the teams strong defense. Sandy Clough also breaks down the opposite thinking of offensive coordinator Mike McCoy and how he would look to throw the ball a little more to score more points. Sandy Clough asks the question of who should have a say in play calling this season? Sandy Clough takes some calls and texts on the issue and gives his own thoughts heading into the off-season.
Sandy Clough then goes into the latest from Boulder with CU right now and where their contract extension with Mike MacIntyre sits right now. Sandy Clough goes into his thoughts on what’s going on and who’s to blame out of all of this.
Hour two Kelly Lyell from The Coloradoan joined Sandy Clough. Kelly goes into his latest piece on allegations made against CSU head basketball coach Larry Eustachy. Kelly discusses his piece and if he would go back and change anything in it now that it’s been released. Kelly explains why they wouldn’t change anything and that their reporting took several weeks to complete. Kelly also weighs in on some of the details in the story including Jack Graham recommending that the school should fire Larry Eustachy a couple of years ago. Kelly talks about that and more relating to the story. Listen to the full interview here!
Our Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey joined Sandy Clough. Cecil talks about the Broncos offensive line and how they look to improve through free agency and the NFL Draft this off-season. Cecil then reacts to how that might impact the Broncos in possibly getting a defensive lineman or other team needs. Cecil finishes the interview by going into some other news and notes from around the NFL. Listen to the full interview here!
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