Coach DeRitter speaks with Coach Nick Chetta and Coach Jose Portillo.
Ken speaks about the Atlanta radio sketch making fun of Steve Gleason and ALS and the show hosts’ subsequent firing.
He also touches on the LSU baseball team and their poor showing against UCLA.
And what’s going to happen within the NBA Finals? The Heat and Spurs are playing a series to remember.
Phil Mickelson ended up finishing second again in a last minute runner-up drive. What will be his legacy?
Tiffany Junot, female middleweight champion, and “Smokin” Jay Kruff, two boxers fighting on Friday night at Harrah’s, join the program to speak to the guys.
Kaare speaks about the Atlanta radio station airing a tasteless sketch that makes fun of Steve Gleason and ALS. Some within the station were indefinitely suspended for the sketch.
Jim Huger joins the program to speak about the French Quarter parking lots that were being contracted out to Standard over Premium, even though Premium offered the better deal. The decision is now being thrown out, but will Ann Duplessis joining the Mayor’s office create a conflict of interest?
WDSU’s Fletcher Mackel joins Scott to discuss the situation for the Tigers in Omaha. They may be in trouble if they don’t start hitting a little better than their outing against UCLA this weekend.
Voice of the Atlanta Hawks Bob Rathbun joins the program to discuss the NBA Finals. Not long ago, many commentators were counting Manu Ginobili out as being past his prime; he is showing the world that the commentators are wrong. Also the talking heads have been particularly kind to Dwayne Wade, despite his poor performances the first three games of the series.
WGSO’s Charlie Ricks of the NOLA Golf Academy speaks with Scott about Tiger’s horrific four rounds of putting and Phil Mickelson’s incredible showing, which ended in another runner-up for him.
Jeff Dantzler, the voice of the Georgia Bulldogs, discusses the LSU game this past weekend and the difficult road ahoe for the Tigers to go from the losers’ bracket to the Finals.
Sean Fazende and Eric speak about the LSU-UCLA game yesterday, which was filled with errors, despite the Tigers’ typically strong fielding. LSU takes on NC State in their next game, and the talk is that Cody Glenn will start at pitcher because of the number of left-handed hitters on the NC State team.
Gordon Russell of the Advocate joins Eric to discuss his latest report on the city’s possible change of management for the French Market parking lots. Anne Duplessis will be joining the Landrieu administration, which could present a conflict in the contract deals.
The Advocate’s Les East is live in Omaha, and he speaks with Eric about the LSU baseball team. Will LSU be able to pitch themselves out of the losers’ bracket?
Welcome to another edition of Ringside Politics with Jeff Crouere.
Today’s Hot Topics:
1) Obama heads to Ireland for the G8 summit. The Syrian Civil War is set to dominate the headlines. Michelle Obama and daughters are set to stay in the Princess Grace suite of the Shelbourne Hotel, and tax payers will be stuck with the bill again.
2) South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham says the immigration bill will get 70 plus votes in the Senate. It seems the only firewall to stop the bill is the House.
3) The latest Rainbow Six video game depicts Tea Party Patriots as terrorists. Shouldn’t they have jihadists as the terrorists instead?
4) A 14 year old boy is facing one year in jail for refusing to change an NRA T-Shirt in school and this is in West Virginia of all places.
1) Chad Rogers, Ringside All-Star and publisher of www.thedeadpelican.com.