July 21, 2017

Episode #8 - The whole #OMR crew talks — Kyrie Irving, Will Wade, David Robinson Commits to Nicholls, Hugh Freeze and a Mail Bag!


We have a sold out studio for this show with Casey Gisclair, Damien St. Pierre, Richard Mott and Nick Hebert all in studio for a full show with Melo at the controls.

We talk the big NBA news of the Kyrie Irving trade, Ole Miss football in lieu of Hugh Freeze's departure and much, much more. 


1:49 - 15:58 - The guys break down the big news of Kyrie Irving's demand for a trade from the Cleveland Cavaliers. We discuss some possible places he may end up if the Cavs trade him.

16:00 - 20:58 - Damien visited Baton Rouge for a clinic and heard LSU basketball coach Will Wade speak His thoughts on what he heard, plus LSU is investing in its program with a giant video board. Will it help?


23:30 - 40:34 - We have top-to-bottom coverage of the Hugh Freeze situation at Ole Miss. We talk about the allegations, whether we think Freeze will coach again in the future and should Les Miles be atop the Rebels' wish list for a replacement. We also talk about Louisiana native and Ole Miss QB Shea Patterson, while wondering if Freeze's possible landing spot could someday be in Baton Rouge for Coach O.


41:41 - 47:19 - We are joined by Central Lafourche football coach Keith Menard on the day that his senior receiver, David Robinson, commits to Nicholls State University. We also get Menard's thoughts on the season.

47:30 - 52:56 - The guys talk about David Robinson's future at the next level, while also discussing Nicholls football's recruiting strategy as a whole under coach Tim Rebowe. 


54:14 - 1:07:35 - It's mailbag time. Thanks to our awesome listeners, we take questions - some serious and some not - in a fun-filled segment you won't want to miss.

1:07:37 - END - We wrap up the show talking about our weekend plans, which include a boxing show in Baton Rouge. We then make our picks for WWE Battleground, which is this Sunday on the WWE Network. 

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