From Wednesday, February 14, 2018: Thom chats with Joe Maddon, the only man in the last 100 years to be a World Series winning Cubs manager. They discuss how he's known Nats GM Mike Rizzo since the early 80's (7:45), his idea for fantasy baseball in schools (13:34), what kind of manager Dave Martinez will be for the Nationals (18:16), & his memories of the 2012 pine tar controversy with Davey Johnson (20:08)."
From Wednesday, February 7, 2018: Thom is joined by DMV native and famous sportscaster James Brown. James attended Dematha High School on his way to a long accomplished career in sports television at the highest stage. They discuss his passion for baseball at a young age (7:25), James' thoughts on Bill Belichick (14:23), his interactions & interviews with Michael Vick (27:36), and getting chances to anchor the CBS Evening News (28:36).
From Wednesday, January 31, 2018: Thom chats with one of the few Redskins to have been on all the Super Bowl teams in the Joe Gibbs era, tight end & 3 time champion Donnie Warren. Donnie shares his story of coming to Washington (6:13), his favorite John Riggins story (20:23), his theory on why they lost Super Bowl 18 (32:15), Gibbs leaving & his affection for the coach, & more.
From Wednesday, January 24, 2018: Thom welcomes on one of the all time great voices of Boxing, "Colonel" Bob Sheridan. He talks about his distinguished Hall of Fame career including calling the "Rumble in the Jungle" (15:18), "Thrilla in Manilla" (23:55), the night Tyson bit Holyfield (35:26),, and being in Tokyo for Buster Douglas' upset (41:10).
From Wednesday, January 17, 2018: Thom welcomes on former Dallas Cowboys All Pro Defensive Tackle, Co-Super Bowl MVP and Terp Randy White. They discuss what led him to Maryland (6:46), playing for Tom Landry in Dallas (10:10), the Redskins/Cowboys rivalry in the 70's & 80's (26:21), & Joe Jacoby's Hall of Fame credentials (27:31).
From Wednesday January 10, 2018: Thom is joined by former Terp player and assistant coach when they won the National Title, Billy Hahn. Bill talks of why he left the state of Indiana to play at Maryland (7:30), his favorite memories of playing for Lefty Driesell and of Cole Field House (13:26), how he started to work for Gary Williams at his alma mater (25:58), Billy's take on Maryland's rivalries with Duke & UNC (36:34), his tenure as Lasalle's Head Coach (42:02), and more.
From Wednesday, January 3, 2017: Ernie Baur is a DC TV producer who saw it all. He and Thom reminisce on his illustrious career. 6:23 how he got his start in the biz, 12:39 Hanafi Siege coverage, 16:30 Birth of Warner’s catchphrase, 21:10 working w/ Glenn Brenner, and 25:28 getting to know and become friends with Sonny Jurgensen.