Moving On & Getting Younger: The Drive 3/15/17

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Wednesday March 15th, 2017

The Drive with Big Al & DMac LIVE in studio. Kayvon Webster joins the show to say goodbye to Broncos Country, explain why he took a two-year deal in L.A. and what Peyton Manning was doing at the Rams facility. Earl Boykins joins the show to update the guys on the Nuggets & if he thinks they can hang on to the 8th seed in the West. Casey Jacobsen joins the show to talk about the revolving door at the college basketball level and the best four-year players in the tournament.



LaVar Ball continues to push his kids as the best basketball players ever, and Big Al & DMac weigh in on whether or not he’s out of line. Kayvon Webster joins the show to say goodbye to Broncos Country & thank his parents for keeping him on the right path. Big Al & DMac ask Kayvon why he took a two-year deal in Los Angeles to play with the Rams, and he says Wade Phillips knew how he played. Kayvon will get the chance to be a starter in L.A. and mentions that nobody truly knows his resume as a corner. Also, Kayvon says the best part of being a Bronco was getting a ring & DMac asks him what Peyton Manning was doing at the Rams facility. Listen to the interview HERE! Earl Boykins joins the show to talk tanking & just how bad the Lakers are, as well as his upcoming tournament including former NBA players.



Darrelle Revis has his charges dismissed, and the guys remember Chris Carter’s comments about having a fall guy. Big Al & DMac just saw Dont’a Hightower get a monster contract with the Patriots, and know it’s only matter of time before the other shoe drops in NFL free agency. Broncos may be headed down a wormhole according to DMac, and Calais Campbell thinks the AFC South is an easier division than the AFC West. Al asks DMac if the Broncos need a QB that will be here for 10 years.



Casey Jacobsen joins the show to talk about the revolving door at the college basketball level and the best four-year players in the tournament. What it takes to play in a man’s league, and which number ones are safe to get into the Sweet 16. Casey says UNC has the toughest region, but can still win it all. Also, UCLA can hang 100 on anyone, and the stars seem to be aligning for Arizona. Listen to the interview HERE! Also, performance bonuses and just how much players can make from them in the NFL.


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