D.J. Hunter is a guest and explains why Marshall's defense has a chip on its shoulder this year.
Michael Birdsong learned valuable lessons watching from the sidelines last year.
Thundering Herd fans got a chance to meet their favorite players during Sunday's Fan Day.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Herd QB Michael Birdsong is the guest. He discusses earning his teammates’ respect in the offseason. Also, remembering Marshall Hall of Famer Phil Ratliff....
The former Cabell Midland standout is now on scholarship at Marshall.
Doc Holliday announced on Monday the former 4-star recruit had left the program.
Phil Ratliff dreamed of being the head coach at his alma mater and A.D. Mike Hamrick says Ratliff was on his way to realizing those dreams.
Clint Van Horn nearly left Marshall after his first season, now he's one of the best in C-USA.
Two-time All-American and former assistant was entering his fourth season as offensive line coach at UNC Charlotte.
The Herd took the field for the first time Friday and Doc Holliday is already happy with what he sees.
There were several surprises and no-shows on Marshall's roster on the first day of fall camp.
Dave answers the question "Is Marshall back?" And O-line coach Alex Mirabal chats about prepping the "Iron 5" for the 2015 season.
Even as Marshall has to replace key players, the Herd is forecasted to contend for a C-USA title and possibly an access bowl.
Former Marshall assistant and current UNC Charlotte o-line coach Phil Ratliff suffered a cardiac event Monday night.
Former Herd TE Eric Frohnapfel joins the show and talks about his efforts to make the San Diego Chargers roster.
Non-conference scheduling is only part of strength of schedule. Marshall needs its league opponents to continue to improve.
Herd AD Mike Hamrick talks scheduling, the future of Marshall athletics. Also Charleston Daily Mail reporter Derek Redd weighs in on the C-USA Preseason poll.
The Thundering Herd will travel College Park on Dec. 27 to face the Terps.
Marshall has the most preseason All-Conference selections in the league in 2015.
Rakeem Cato's rep Joe Schultz discusses the process of getting Cato from Marshall to Montreal. Also former Herd & CFL quarterback Carl Fodor offers a unique perspective on Cato's situation.