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Indiana Sports Talk Podcast
44 minutes | Aug 1, 2021
11:00PM-Midnight-(ISC Sports Network’s Greg Rakestraw, 107.5 the Fan’s Kevin Bowen, Voice of the Indy Indians Howard Kellman)-07/31/2021
The final hour of season 27 of Indiana Sports Talk begins with ISC Sports Network’s and Colts postgame show host Greg Rakestraw as he talks about the opening few days of Colts training camp. Rakestraw talks about the rocky start to camp, Jacob Eason’s situation while Carson Wentz deals with a foot injury and the depth at every position other than quarterback. After the scoreboard update, Rakestraw returns to talk about the rest of the Indianapolis quarterback room and Kwity Paye coming out hot in training camp. In the high school football world, Rakestraw talks about the biggest games early on in the season and gets you ready for Indiana high school football. Then, Kevin Bowen joins to talk more Colts camp and dive deep into what is going on with Carson Wentz and what that means for Jacob Eason and 2021 draft pick Sam Ehlinger. Bowen breaks down everything you need to know about Colts camp before the blue and white put on full pads for the first time on Monday. Finally, Howard Kellman joins to round out the evening after a win for the Indianapolis Indians.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
43 minutes | Aug 1, 2021
10:00PM-11:00PM-(Setting the Pace Podcast’s Alex Golden, WISH TV’s Olivia Ray, Fort Wayne TinCaps Play-by-play Voice John Nolan)-07/31/2021
In the first full hour of Indiana Sports Talk, Brendan King is joined by Alex Golden from the Setting the Pace Podcast to talk about the Pacers picking Chris Duarte with the No. 13 overall pick, as well as Isaiah Jackson, the blue and gold’s other first round pick. Then, Alex gives his take on Myles Turner and Domantas Sabonis and whether or not Rick Carlisle can be the guy to get those two big men to gel together. Then, Olivia Ray from WISH TV joins the program to break down the beginning of Colts training camp. Olivia talks about the things that have caught her attention in the first four days of camp and first round pick Kwity Paye’s dominance on the defensive line. Then, BK and Olivia talk about the upcoming season for Indiana Hoosier football and the change to the College Football Playoff. To round out the 10:00 hour, John Nolan of the Fort Wayne TinCaps joins the show to talk about the loss to the Lansing Lugnuts, the Padres organization challenging its young prospects and the MLB trade deadline. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
20 minutes | Aug 1, 2021
9:30PM-10:00PM-(Fox Sports’ Matt Schumacker)-07/31/2021
For the last time this summer, Brendan King is in for coach Bob Lovell on Indiana Sports Talk around the state. BK, a lifelong Cubs fan, opens the show by paying tribute to Anthony Rizzo, Kris Bryant and Javier Baez. Then, Brendan is joined by Fox Sports’ Matt Schumacker to talk about his favorite Olympic sport, the end of the Crossroads Classic involving major college basketball teams in Indiana and whether he is more intrigued by Indiana this year or what’s going on with Purdue in West Lafayette.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
43 minutes | Jul 31, 2021
11:00PM-Midnight-(Teri Moren, Larra Overton)-07/30/2021
John and Kurt open the final hour discussing the accolades some Indiana athletes have accumulated in Tokyo. Then, they shift gears to where Ryan Newman may end up next season. Indiana Women’s Basketball head coach Teri Moren joins the show to talk about her programs success last year. Larra Overton of the Colts Radio Network joins the program to talk about training camp starting up and the upcoming season. John concludes the show with one final review of today’s Olympic events and Hoosier’s accomplishments in the games.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
43 minutes | Jul 31, 2021
10:00PM-11:00PM-(Jeremiah Johnson, Walt Ferber)-07/30/2021
John and Kurt start the 10:00 hour looking through the current events happening in the Olympics and the up to date medal count. Bally Sports Indiana’s Jeremiah Johnson joins the show to discuss the Pacers’ discuss Duarte and the rest of the draft class. He highlights the defensive abilities of both draft picks for Indiana. Later, they discuss the factor Rick Carlisle had on the two selections. Walt Ferber, from WITZ Radio, calls in to talk about his great career and what is coming next.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
22 minutes | Jul 31, 2021
9:30PM-10:00PM-(Nick Yeoman of INDYCAR)-07/30/2021
John Herrick and Kurt Darling fill in for Coach Lovell, and they begin the show with the Pacers’ first round pick Chris Duarte. Then, the focus shifts to the Olympians from Indiana. Next, Kurt breaks down what the Cubs and Reds did at the trade deadline. Nick Yeoman calls in to conclude the hour, and he discusses the INDYCAR series this year. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
43 minutes | Jul 25, 2021
11:00PM-Midnight-(Patrick Mooney from the Athletic)-07/24/2021
On the final hour of Indiana Sports Talk, Brendan King reflected on his time out at Whiteland Raceway Park and his conversation with Connor Daly on how he got his start on that very track 19 years ago. The Athletic Chicago writer Patrick Mooney gave Brendan the full rundown on the Chicago Cubs 7-3 loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks, where the team stands with the nearing trade deadline, and criticism on this year’s roster compared to the 2016 World Series team. Plus Big Joe Staysniak from WFNI discussed his day at the Driving 4 Dyslexia event at Whiteland Raceway Park and what he will be looking forward to seeing at the upcoming Colts training camp.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
43 minutes | Jul 25, 2021
10:00PM-11:00PM-(WHME Chuck Freeby, David Woods of the Indy Star)-07/24/2021
On the first full hour of Indiana Sports Talk, Brendan King returned the host chair for Coach Bob Lovell. Brendan is first joined by WHME’s Chuck Freeby to preview some interesting teams ahead of the upcoming IHSAA Football Season and the feeling of returning to Notre Dame Stadium with potential full capacity on September 11th. Also, Chuck discussed some of the toughest matchups for the Irish, including Cincinnati on October 2nd and North Carolina on October 30th, and how well Jack Coan will do in his first year as the signal caller for ND. David Woods from the Indy Star called in the bottom of the hour to give his perspective on the Tokyo Olympics, and how different the opening ceremonies were without fans. The voice of the Indianapolis Indians Howard Kellman reviewed the Tribes loss to Toledo 6-4, Tanner Anderson returning to the bullpen, and the struggles for Mitch Keller on the mound.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
21 minutes | Jul 25, 2021
9:30PM-10:00PM-(Voice of the Indy Eleven Greg Rakestraw)-07/24/2021
On the first half hour Network Indiana’s Indiana Sports Talk, Host Brendan King opened the show recapping the Driving 4 Dyslexia event at Whiteland Raceway Park and gave his impressions on the Olympic Games in Tokyo. Greg Rakestraw joined later, to discuss the US Women’s National Team defeating New Zealand 6-1 early on Saturday, previewed what’s ahead for the USWNT, and broke down the Indy Eleven’s tough 2-1 loss to Birmingham FC to extend their winless month.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
43 minutes | Jul 24, 2021
11pm-12am-(Indy Fuel’s Andrew Smith, Brian Jennings of ISC Sports Network, Scott Agness of the Fieldhouse Files)-07/23/21
For the final hour of Indiana Sports Talk, guest host Brendan King was joined by Andrew Smith, the voice of the Indy Fuel, who gave insight into the upcoming New Palestine high school football season, Indy Fuel’s upcoming announcements of resigned players, and the Seattle Krakens joining the NHL leading to the expansion draft. B.K. then had ISC Sports Network’s Brian Jennings on to share the impact of the Lafayette World Series on young players, and gives big names the Chicago Cubs should move with the approaching MLB trade deadline. Scott Agness of the Fieldhouse Files then joined and discussed who Kevin Pritchard is looking at for the NBA draft, especially with Gonzaga’s Corey Kispert being brought in for a pre-draft workout. Ending the night, John Nolan, voice of the TinCaps, broke down their 7-3 win over the Dayton Dragons, being their third win in a row. Brendan and John then discussed players’ performance mannerisms in baseball games that lead to longer ball games this season.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
43 minutes | Jul 24, 2021
10pm-11pm-(ISC Sports Network’s Greg Rakestraw, NASCAR Race Hub’s Adam Alexander, Howard Kellman of the Indianapolis Indians) -07/23/21
Brendan King, guest host for Coach Bob Lovell, started the first full hour of Indiana Sports Talk with Greg Rakestraw of ISC Sports Network. Greg gave his expectations for this weekend’s Indy Eleven vs. Birmingham Legion FC match, Indianapolis Colts’ upcoming season and lineup, and Jonathan Taylor‘s future performance. NASCAR Race Hub’s Adam Alexander then joined Brendan and discussed how new winners in NASCAR have changed the way the cutline is viewed, how the Fords have struggled this season, and how the results from the New Hampshire race could predict the performance of the racers in the playoffs. To finish out the hour, Brendan had the voice of the Indianapolis Indians, Howard Kellman, on to talk about the Tribe’s 2-1 win over Toledo and the expected performance improvement of their players.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
21 minutes | Jul 24, 2021
930pm-10pm-(South Bend Tribune’s Tom Noie)-07/23/21
Guest host for Coach Bob Lovell, Brendan King, started off Indiana Sports Talk discussing the talks Texas and Oklahoma are having to move to the SEC shortly before being joined by South Bend Tribune’s Tom Noie. Tom gave insight into his recollection of when Pat Connaughton played for Notre Dame and how that has fed into his performance today. Tom also talked on changes to COVID-19 protocols with Notre Dame and what is on his mind for their upcoming season, including offensive coordinator Tommy Reece’s development. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
44 minutes | Jul 18, 2021
11:00PM-Midnight-(Matt Taylor on Colts training camp)-07/17/2021
In the final hour of Saturday’s Indiana Sports Talk, Tony East from Forbes continued his conversation with Jimmy Cook on who the Pacers should select at thirteen, his take on John Mooney’s possibility to the Pacers. The voice of the Colts Matt Taylor breaks down the return to Grand Park in Westfield for training camp, the Quarterback carousel the Colts have been on for four seasons, Frank Reich’s ability to bounce back quarterbacks, and his take on the Shohei Ohtani. Former Colts Left Tackle and current co-host of the Fan Morning Show with Jeff and Big Joe on 93.5/107.5 theFan talked more Colts football.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
44 minutes | Jul 18, 2021
10:00PM-11:00PM-(Beau Estes on NBA Finals)-07/17/2021
In the first hour of Indiana Sports Talk, Jimmy Cook talked with J Michael of the IndyStar to chat about the Pacers possible moves at number thirteen, who he sees staying and who is going in free agency and who the Pacers should take in this year’s draft. Later on, Beau Estes of ESPN’s Top Ten called in to talk the NBA Finals with Jimmy, the health and safety protocols before Saturday night’s game, and Team USA. Tony East from Forbes joined the show to breakdown the Pacers ahead of the NBA offseason and what prospect would work best for new coach Rick Carlisle.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
22 minutes | Jul 18, 2021
9:30PM-10:00PM-(Colts Writer JJ Stankevitz on Colts Offseason)-07/17/2021
On the first half hour Network Indiana’s Indiana Sports Talk, Host Jimmy Cook chatted with JJ Stankevitz from Colts.com about the Colts offseason, the upcoming training camp at Grand Park in Westfield, and more. Plus hear JJ’s take on Carson Wentz in his first practices in a Colts uniform and his take on players the Colts need to prioritize signing to contract extensions.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
43 minutes | Jul 17, 2021
11:00PM – Midnight - (Voice of the Indy Indians Howard Kellman, ISC Sports Network’s Greg Rakestraw, Tennessee Smokies CF and Chicago Cubs prospect Brennan Davis) – 7/16/21
At the top of the final hour of Indiana Sports Talk, Howard Kellman from the Indy Indians joins the show to talk Indians after a rain shortened game last night and a postponement on Friday. Then, Greg Rakestraw hops on IST to talk about the Greater Lafayette World Series, the Indy Eleven’s upcoming match against Memphis 901 FC and Indianapolis Colts training camp. Chicago Cubs prospect Brennan Davis talks about winning the MVP of the Future Stars game at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado, Shohei Ohtani and what he’s learned while making his way through Minor League Baseball. To round out the show, Max Thoma from the South Bend Cubs joins the show after the Cubs win on a walk off.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
43 minutes | Jul 17, 2021
10:00 PM–11:00 PM - (WSBT South Bend’s Sean Stires, Fox Sports’ Adam Alexander, Fort Wayne TinCaps Play-by-Play voice John Nolan ) – 7/16/21
At the top of the first full hour of IST, WSBT’s Sean Stires joins the show to catch us up on everything going on in northern Indiana. Notre Dame Baseball’s Nico Kavadas got drafted in the MLB Draft but has the option to come back to South Bend because of the coronavirus pandemic, Sean talks about what the Fighting Irish slugger might do. Then, Sean and BK break down everything surrounding South Bend high school football and the Notre Dame football program including Brian Kelly’s place among the top coaches in college football, the 12-team college football playoff model, and the ND schedule. FS1’s Adam Alexander joins the show to talk NASCAR. He and BK recap racing action in Atlanta last week, Chip Ganassi selling his entire NASCAR team and just how dominant Kyle Busch has been this year in the XFinity Series. Then, Alex touches on the diversity and challenge of the upcoming NASCAR schedule. To finish the hour, voice of the Fort Wayne Tin Caps John Nolan joins the show to update us on what’s going on with the Tin Caps and seeing a couple MLB All-Stars come through Fort Wayne on their way to the majors.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
21 minutes | Jul 17, 2021
9:30 PM – 10:00 PM – (Indy Star’s Kyle Neddenriep) - 7/16/21
Another weekend, another jam packed Friday on Indiana Sports. Brendan King is back with coach Bob Lovell still on vacation and he starts the show with a recap of his week and a return to minor league ball in South Bend. You’ll hear from the crew including producer Josh Mullenix and Corbin Lingenfelter on the updates as well as the movie that they must watch when they come across it on TV. Josh and BK chat about the Open Championship. The Indy Star’s Kyle Neddenriep joins the show to talk about the upcoming IHSAA football season and the sleeper teams and quarterbacks to watch this fall. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
43 minutes | Jul 11, 2021
11pm-12am-(WORX’s Tim Torrance, voice of Fort Wayne TinCaps Mike Maahs, Greg Rakestraw of ISC Sports Network)-07/10/21
Guest co-hosts for Indiana Sports Talk Rob Connett and Eddie Garrison were joined by Tim Torrance of WORX 96.7 to talk about the high speed boat racing that took place this weekend. They talked about the significance of winning the gold cup of the Miss Madison racing, which is so important that a movie was made about it. Rob and Eddie were then joined by the radio voice of the TinCaps Mike Maahs after the Fort Wayne TinCaps gained a “badly needed win” in front of their second-biggest crowd so far. They talked about the enticing environment the stadium has had for their games and the recent successes the players have had. Finally, ISC Sports Network’s Greg Rakestraw discussed with Rob and Eddie the updates on a potential new soccer stadium for the Indy Eleven, the future progression of Indy Eleven’s forward Gordon Wild, and started the conversation on which high school football team has a chance of winning state championships this year.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
43 minutes | Jul 11, 2021
10pm-11pm-(WFNI’s Joe Staysniak, Adam Alexander of Fox NASCAR, Voice of the Indianapolis Indians Howard Kellman)-07/10/21
For the first full hour of IST, guest co-hosts Rob Connett and Eddie Garrison took a brief break from sports to get the insight on go-to fair food according to WFNI’s Big Joe Staysniak, the Emcee of the Hendricks County Queen Pageant. Big Joe then gave his thoughts on the Colts resigning players, whether Paris Campbell is a breakout player, and offensive tackle Eric Fisher’s recovery from his torn Achilles. Rob and Eddie were then joined by NASCAR on Fox’s Adam Alexander and discussed how Kyle Busch won the races differently each time and what advantages the Hendricks and Chevrolet drivers have on the other teams which keeps them winning. Rob and Eddie then had Howard Kellman, voice of the Indianapolis Indians, on to breakdown the Indian’s easy 11-1 win against the Columbus Clippers, and give his predictions of next big league players to look out for. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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