Unfortunately, the Aztecs season is over following a first-round exit vs. Syracuse on Friday night. So I figured why not begin the process of looking ahead to next season? This much we know — the Aztecs, like all programs in today’s Division I basketball, will have some significant changes come next season. Here’s what we think we know heading … Continue reading What will the Aztecs look like next season?
Photo by Jukka Aalho on Unsplash I know, I know. You’re podcast isn’t getting the clicks or the listens you had hoped for and you can’t explain why. You had a brilliant idea (or at least you thought) along with visions of thousands of downloads per episode but you’ve fallen woefully short of your goals. If you don’t start … Continue reading 6 Reasons Why Your Podcast is Failing
Athletic departments around the country are bracing for revenue losses and other challenges that will likely impact college sports for many years to come Penn State University’s Beaver Stadium; Photo by Andrew Gearhart on Unsplash I hate to say it but the COVID-19 pandemic will have a sweeping and lasting impact on athletic departments nationwide. That’s not hyperbole. In … Continue reading 5 Ways the Pandemic Will Drastically Change College Sports
The new venue will play home to San Diego State football, international soccer, concerts, and tons of other events. The new “Aztec Stadium” is scheduled for completion in 2022; Photo credit: San Diego State San Diego is America’s Finest City, except when it comes to its current football stadium. The multi-purpose facility that used to house the San … Continue reading San Diego is getting a new football stadium for the first time in forever
You've been thinking about doing it for a while. Now's the time. Photo by Matt Botsford on Unsplash I always wanted to start a podcast but I convinced myself I didn’t have the time. This went on for months, maybe even years. What will I talk about? Does anyone truly care about what I have to … Continue reading Why I started a podcast (and why you should, too)
For the first time in over a century, we’ve gone more than 100 days without major American professional sports in this country. Me, Jon Schaeffer (left) along with my co-hosts Rich Ohrnberger (center) and Steve Hartman (right) I’m an afternoon drive sports talk host on XTRA 1360 in San Diego — the longest running sports … Continue reading What Are Sports Talk Radio Hosts Talking about Without Sports?
Buckle up. Major League Baseball returns this summer to a ballpark near you Photo by Mark Duffel on Unsplash Finally. After months of bickering between billionaire owners and the millionaire players, baseball is back. Baseball, like almost every sport in this country, was halted in its tracks earlier this year by the Coronavirus pandemic. Now America’s pastime hopes to … Continue reading Baseball’s Back! Here’s Everything You Need to Know