Point Pleasant running back Cody Mitchell commits to Marshall's 2016 football recruiting class.
Class of 2017 commit & Pt. Pleasant junior Seth Stewart is Dave's guest. He explains why he chose to commit to Marshall early. Plus Dave reacts to the football series with Appalachian State.
Marshall and Appalachian St. will meet for the first time since 2002 during the 2021 season.
Herd Women's Basketball Coach Matt Daniel has a radical idea to advance the women's game and put more of a spotlight on it. He joins Dave on this week's show.
The former Thundering Herd ace was roughed up in his first start after being promoted to AAA Reno.
Point Pleasant offensive lineman Seth Stewart commits to Marshall's class of 2017.
Dave catches up with former Marshall QB Blake Frohnapfel and explains why a Herd vs. WVU bowl game will never happen.
The 2015 Battle for the Bell will be broadcast on ESPN3.
One prognosticator thinks Marshall could face WVU in the Heart of Dallas Bowl, but a renewal of the "Coal Bowl" is unlikely.
Athlon Sports College Football Editor Steven Lassan predicts who will win C-USA and breaks down Marshall's 2015 season.
Former Marshall ace Aaron Blair is on schedule in his development and could reach the big leagues sooner than later.
Conference USA has announced the broadcast schedule for the 2015 season.
Aaron Blair could skip AAA on his way to the majors. Also, is Marshall the favorite to win the C-USA football title in 2015?
Dave talks about why Marshall fans have a soft spot for UAB's plight and trying to defend the Herd's football schedule.
Marshall's record-setting quarterback was once again the recipient of the Hardman Award.
Rakeem Cato has inked a two-year deal with the CFL's Montreal Alouettes.
Poca's Noah Frampton accepts an invited walk-on spot with Marshall.
Herd Baseball Coach Jeff Waggoner joins the show and thinks the Herd has a shot if it can get in to the C-USA Tourney. Plus, Dave weighs in on the future of UAB Football.
Marshall kept its postseason hopes alive with the win Thursday evening in Ruston.
Dave talks about the Steward Butler incident with Charleston Daily Mail reporter Derek Redd.