In the first hour, DMac and Nick react to Karl Dorrell’s introductory press conference at the University of Colorado. Former Buff Chad Brown joins the show to give his thoughts on his alma mater hiring Karl Dorrell and the first impression he made at his press conference today. The guys try to make sense of the discovery that Madison Bumgarner has been competing in rodeo events under a false name. 1043TheFan.com’s Cecil Lammey joins the show live from Indianapolis to detail his early observations from the NFL Combine.
In the second hour, DMac and Nick react to Justin Simmons’ comments about potentially playing on a franchise tag this season. The guys dissect Chris Harris Jr.’s comments regarding the NFL’s CBA negotiations. DMac hands out a high five to the Carolina Hurricanes for what he calls “one of the greatest sports stories of the year”. Troy Renck, our Fan Broncos Insider, joins the show to discuss Karl Dorrell’s introductory press conference at the University of Colorado and the vibe from Indianapolis ahead of the NFL Scouting Combine.
In the third hour, DMac and Nick talk with Buffs head basketball coach Tad Boyle about the fight for first place in the PAC-12, recruiting local talent and what it means to be a head coach in Colorado. The guys discuss whether or not it makes sense for the Broncos to take a wide receiver in the first round instead of an offensive lineman.
In the fourth hour, DMac and Nick react to the announcement that the Broncos are parting ways with Mitch Tanney. The guys recap the XFL action from the weekend. 1043TheFan.com’s Cecil Lammey joins the show live from Indianapolis to detail his early observations from the NFL Combine.
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