On this episode of the End of Regulation, we discuss fantasy flops, poor officiating in the NFL, and a naked man who dies.
How can a major college football player not know the rules? Matt and Matt discuss the most outrageous mistake of the season so far. Why did Nick Saban smile so big after the Ole Miss victory? Is the Gus Bus Running on fumes? How did Matty A. get mashed ‘taters slung on his neck and should he have ridden the short bus to games? Be informed and entertained for half an hour.
On August 24th of this year, an outbreak of about 23 tornadoes touched down across Central Indiana, northwestern Ohio, and into Ontario, Canada. The event was well warned, but created a controversy because the event was unusual in that it was unforecast by them.
Listener Jay Farlow, ham radio call of W9LW (Whiskey Niner Lima Whiskey), suggested we talk about the outbreak on tonight’s show. Fortunately there were no deaths or serious injuries in the event.
Our Guest WeatherBrains with insight into this event include Dan McCarty (Meteorologist In Charge of the NWS office in Indianapolis), Danielle Dozier (meteorologist with Fox 59 in Indianapolis), and Dr. Jeff Frame (Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Illinois).
This weeks guest on “The A Side” is Damon Johnson. Damon was born in Macon Georgia and grew up in Alabama. As a young boy he struggled to figure out if he would ever become a musician or not. Now his musical paths have crossed many roads playing and working with such artists as Pat Upton of The Spiral Starecase to Brother Cane, Alice Cooper and Thin Lizzy just to name a few. As a singer, writer, and rock guitarist he is now working on a new project with his band Black Star Riders.
This weeks guest on “The A Side” is a member of the Alabama Jazz Hall Of Fame and guitar player extraordinaire…Eric Essix. We take a look into Eric’s life and career as well as his new CD release “The Gospel Sessions”. This project was recorded in the famous Fame Studios in Muscle Shoals and features some of Alabama’s finest musicians like Candi Staton, Kelvin Wooten, Sean Michael Ray and American Idol winner Ruben Studdard just to name a few. Sit back, listen and enjoy “The A Side”