Offensive coordinator Bill Legg says the Green/White game is like a comprehensive final for players at the end of spring drills.
The game time for the Green and White game is 2 p.m. Saturday.
Herd OC Bill Legg joins the show and discusses Cato's NFL chances and which QB is leading the race to be his successor.
The Herd is running circles around the competition on the base paths, swiping 131 bases this year.
Notre Dame High School point guard Jarrod West earns a scholarship offer from Marshall.
The Stampede podcast is back and joining Dave are softball coach Shonda Stanton and basketball coach Dan D'Antoni.
Marshall's bats struggled in the mid-week non-conference matchup.
Doc Holliday's salary climbs to $755,000—among the highest in Conference USA—and his athletics director will earn $300,000.
The 1997 Marshall alum had spent 16 seasons as an assistant coach.
Shorthanded, Marshall's offense struggled to score against Western Kentucky.
Ryan Taylor got into foul trouble and Marshall's offense sputtered to just 50 points.
Marshall won its fifth straight at home and clinched a spot in the postseason.
After winning five of six games, Marshall has turned in a pair of lackluster performances.
Coach Dan D'Antoni said his team didn't play with the energy it needed Thursday to hang with Middle Tennessee.
Marshall has won five of its last six games and is moving up the C-USA standings.
Aleksa Nikolic's 15 points led six double-figure scorers and the Herd prevailed with a late run.
Ryan Taylor had 17 points and 19 rebounds in the win Thursday night.
Doc Holliday says the Herd is "right where it wants to be" after the program inks 25 recruits.
Marshall's 2015 schedule was released this week and Dave Wilson thinks the Herd can contend for a New Years' Bowl.
Herd commits 23 turnovers and can't keep pace with C-USA leaders.