The guys talk about the NFL changes to the preseason slate and the future for Chiefs DT Chris Jones. They also talk with Raptors Head Coach Nick Nurse about the NBA bubble before getting a halftime speech from ASU Football Coach Herm Edwards and much more.
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The guys talk with ASU Football Head Coach Herm Edwards who gives a halftime speech for America. They also bring on ESPN NBA Analyst Bruce Bowen who breaks down the NBA restart and much more.
- Undrafted by NFL, ASU's Turk regains eligibility
- ASU's Edwards thinks America needs to huddle
- ASU's Edwards: This is time for players to reflect
- Race honoring Tillman goes virtual due to virus
Arizona State head coach Herm Edwards joins Kevin Negandhi and David Pollack to discuss what he's experienced over the last week following the death of George Floyd and the movement it has sparked, his idea for social distancing when the Sun Devils' offense is on the field, the overall youth of his team, and the serenity of Jayden Daniels.
Punter Michael Turk, who went undrafted and unsigned by the NFL after leaving Arizona State, regained his eligibility and will return to the Sun Devils.
Arizona State coach Herm Edwards thinks that America has to "huddle," get together to have the tough conversations about race.
From a Kick Six to an Ivy League showdown, we break down top moments from rivalry games.
The coronavirus pandemic has brought college football, along with most every sport in the world, to a standstill. Arizona State coach Herm Edwards says he hopes his players take this quiet time to reflect on their lives.
Missing the NCAA tournament and spring football? Well, here's an early look at what might happen if Mike Leach had his way and we had a 64-team college football playoff.
This year's Pat's Run, a 4.2-mile race in Tempe, Arizona, that's held by the Pat Tillman Foundation, will be turned into a virtual race this year in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Punter Michael Turk stole the show at the NFL combine with his exhibition on the bench press.
Dick Tamburo, an athletic director at Texas Tech, Arizona State and Missouri, and an All-American center at Michigan State, has died. He was 90. Michigan State won two national championships during his three seasons with the Spartans.