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The Ride with JMV Podcast
129 minutes | Jun 11, 2021
Full Show: Best Indiana All-Star Teams of All-Time, #AskPat gives JMV a Scare
(00:00-32:21)-JMV starts the show with his thoughts on the NBA Playoff games Thursday night before bringing on ESPN’s Mike Wells to get his thoughts on the Pacers firing Nate Bjorkgren, why Kevin Pritchard deserves some credit, and the poor offense from the Bucks in the 4th quarter with a so called “offensive minded” Head Coach in Mike Budenholzer, a JMV favorite for the Pacers job. They close out their conversation with Wells insisting that the Titans put themselves into the top tier of the AFC and clear favorites after trading for Julio Jones. (32:21-46:36)-JMV takes a call giving a shout out to Clay City Softball in the State Finals and another call that wants Rick Pitino as the next Pacers Head Coach (46:36-1:16:11)-Pat Sullivan from Sullivan Hardware & Garden joins JMV for a cicada update and how much longer they will be sticking around this summer, father’s day gifts, best time to put down grass seed, the surprise handy use for WD40, and gives JMV a scare about his air filters and the lack of maintenance he’s doing to his HVAC system. (1:16:11-1:22:54)-JMV brings on his friends from Kinetico Water to give away some special deals for their Premiere System Water Softener. (1:22:54-1:53:23)-IndyStar High School Sports Reporter Kyle Neddenriep joins JMV to talk about his latest article where he ranks the top 10 Indiana High School All-Star teams of All-Time. Kyle explains who the #1 team is, the best Indiana vs Kentucky game of all-time, where the 2020 High School Boys Basketball Recruiting class ranks in recent Indiana history, and how many baseball players in the state will be high MLB draft picks. (1:53:23-2:04:43)-JMV brings on the big boss of Kinetico, John, to talk about the shortage going on in so many industries and some great deals on Kinetico systems. (2:04:43-2:08:52)-JMV closes out the show giving away Chris Stapleton tickets and takes an anything goes call!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
65 minutes | Jun 11, 2020
Best of JMV 6/11
(00:00-14:11)-Reds Catcher Tucker Barnhart joins JMV to talk about the pickup game he’s organizing of local pro and college baseball players at Grand Park, if he could play middle infield in a pinch, and they talk about Pitcher Drew Storen’s batting career and what he makes fun of Tucker for (14:11-36:36)-Fox NASCAR Reporter Vince Welch joins JMV to discuss NASCAR’s decision to ban the confederate flag from their races and why this isn’t an “out of the blue” decision and has been in the making for the last 5 years, how the racing is different in these circumstances, and when he thinks everything will seem “normal” in NASCAR with fans in the stands (3:36-1:04:40)-Mike Chappell from CBS4/Fox59 joins JMV to go through what the 2nd most important play in Colts franchise history is, why the 1995 Colts are the team that should of won a Super Bowl, what determines a successful season for Philip Rivers, and when will the public finally hear from Jacoby Brissett
123 minutes | Jun 10, 2021
Full Show: Myles Turner Trade Scenarios, Pacers HC Search Starts
(00:00-33:01)-JMV takes a broad scope look at where the Pacers are in the NBA Landscape and why this is the most important offseason for the team in the last decade. He re-evaluates the Pacers needs for a Head Coach for next year, and the pros and cons of different candidates. (33:01-42:29)-JMV takes a call about the roster of the Pacers and the level it can compete in the Eastern Conference and takes a call that disagrees with his thought that the Pacers are a desirable NBA job (42:29-1:03:50)-CBS4/Fox59’s Mike Chappell joins JMV to talk about the Titans moving money around to fit Julio Jones into the salary cap and the consequences for future years for how long they will be able to keep their roster together, the areas that will not have top tier talent so the OL can stay together, if the Colts will have to use the franchise tag in the near future, and the level of confidence in Rock Ya-Sin going forward. (1:03:50-1:17:20)-Uindy Head Basketball Coach Paul Corsaro joins JMV to talk about his offseason, if the high school talent in the Indianapolis makes it easier or more difficult to recruit kids to UIndy, the expectations for a normal season this winter with COVID restrictions being lifted, and the details of the UIndy upcoming youth basketball camp. (1:17:20-1:48:58)-Alex Golden, covering the Pacers on his podcast “Setting the Pace” joins JMV to talk about where the Pacers job currently stands in order against the other current NBA openings currently, why Terry Stotts’s personality might be a breath of fresh air for the Pacers after Bjorkgren, and the draft pick misses by Kevin Pritchard, and possible Myles Turner trade scenarios. (1:48:58-1:58:14)-JMV answers some questions about fair market value for a Myles Turner trade and what makes most sense for the Pacers (1:58:14-2:03:02)-JMV closes out the show giving away Chris Stapleton tickets and takes a call about Brian Shaw and why he should be the next Pacers Head Coach.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
58 minutes | Jun 10, 2021
Best Of 6/10
(00:00-18:45)-CBS4/Fox59’s Mike Chappell joins JMV to talk about the Titans moving money around to fit Julio Jones into the salary cap and the consequences for future years for how long they will be able to keep their roster together, the areas that will not have top tier talent so the OL can stay together, if the Colts will have to use the franchise tag in the near future, and the level of confidence in Rock Ya-Sin going forward. (18:45-47:37)-Alex Golden, covering the Pacers on his podcast “Setting the Pace” joins JMV to talk about where the Pacers job currently stands in order against the other current NBA openings currently, why Terry Stotts’s personality might be a breath of fresh air for the Pacers after Bjorkgren, and the draft pick misses by Kevin Pritchard, and possible Myles Turner trade scenarios. (47:37-57:23)-Uindy Head Basketball Coach Paul Corsaro joins JMV to talk about his offseason, if the high school talent in the Indianapolis makes it easier or more difficult to recruit kids to UIndy, the expectations for a normal season this winter with COVID restrictions being lifted, and the details of the UIndy upcoming youth basketball camp.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
130 minutes | Jun 9, 2021
Full Show: Pacers Firing Nate Bjorkgren Reaction, Potential Replacements, How Bjorkgren Lost Locker room
(00:00-30:01)-JMV opens up the show with the news that the Pacers have fired Head Coach Nate Bjorkgren. He goes through what went wrong, where the Pacers could go from here, why President Kevin Pritchard hasn’t received more heat for the failed hire, and who he would hire if he was in charge. (30:01-44:12)-Portland Trail Blazers Courtside Reporter Brooke Olzendam joins JMV to get a better idea of what former Trail Blazers Head Coach Terry Stotts is like as a coach and how players engaged with him. Brooke explains what went wrong in Portland that led to their separation, and the playoff success Stotts had in the Western Conference with Portland. (44:12-1:18:29)-IndyStar’s Pacers Reporter J. Michael joins JMV to talk about the behind the scenes of what led to Nate Bjorkgren’s dismissal as Pacers Head Coach, how he lost the locker room and the players respect, if Pacers President Kevin Pritchard is on the hot seat after a one and done coaching hire, and if the Pacers will end up hiring Terry Stotts or Mike Budenholzer to be their next coach. (1:18:29-1:27:46)-JMV opens up the phone lines and gets some calls from former Bloomington North teammates of Terry Stotts that still talk to him and know of his interest in the Pacers job. (1:27:46-2:01:00)-107.5 The Fan’s Kevin Bowen joins JMV to talk about Kevin Pritchard wanting to tear it down and rebuild the Pacers roster but won’t without the blessing of Herb Simon, the profile of the type of coach the Pacers will look at, what it takes for a small market NBA team to succeed today, and more. (2:01:00-2:08:54)-JMV takes a call that wonders why some high level college basketball coaches aren’t getting looked at for the Pacers job (2:08:54-2:09:45)-JMV closes out the show giving away Chris Stapleton tickets!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
62 minutes | Jun 9, 2020
Best of JMV 6/9
(00:00-22:44)-TV Voice of the Pacers Chris Denari joins JMV to talk about what he’s heard regarding broadcasters being in the “bubble” in Orlando for the NBA playoffs, if the winner of the NBA Finals will have an asterisk next to their name, why the Pacers have experienced both highs and lows this season so it puts them in a unique position to be successful when play starts up. (22:44-50:53)-The Athletic’s Zak Keefer joins JMV to talk about the importance of the TE position for Philip Rivers, how the offense played differently from 2018 with Luck and 2019 with Brissett and why Rivers will open the playbook back up in 2020, if fans are putting too much pressure on Philip Rivers, and asking when the Jacob Eason chatter will start up (50:53-1:02:02)-Greg Rakestraw joins JMV to discuss how TV broadcasts are going to work from remote locations and what it will take away from the broadcast since announcers won’t be there live in person, and what he’s hearing regarding Indiana High Schools and their plan for sports in the fall.
125 minutes | Jun 8, 2021
Full Show: Titans Deep Dive with Former NFL HC Dave McGinnis, NBA Playoffs Recap
(00:00-29:02)-JMV starts the show with some NBA Playoffs discussion and why the Pacers should turn the other way if they were interested in hiring current Bucks HC Mike Budenholzer if the Bucks lose their series vs the Nets. (29:02-42:51)-JMV answers some questions about the Colts and if they should sign DB Richard Sherman to counter the Titans trading for Julio Jones, and a call about the Bucks and Giannis looking terrible as they go down 0-2 to the Nets. (42:51-1:07:23)-Former NFL Coach and Titans Radio Analyst Dave McGinnis joins JMV and they start their conversation with Dave revealing that he is a big fan of the Indy 500 and enjoyed his 13th Memorial Day weekend to see Helio take his 4th 500. Dave gives the temperature of Nashville and Titans fans after the Julio Jones trade, he grades the job GM Jon Robinson has done this offseason, and the turnover on the defense to plug some holes. They close out the conversation discussing how the addition of Julio Jones will change the dynamic of the Titans offense and if they will still heavily rely on Derrick Henry. (1:07:23-1:19:24)-JMV gets a call about the level of interest in high school baseball in the state of Indiana and if the intrigue in the game is only really popular in southern Indiana. JMV then makes an announcement about the Backyard Bourbon BBQ shows in the summer! (1:19:24-1:50:46)-From the ISC Sports Network Greg Rakestraw joins JMV to talk about the winding down of the spring High School Sports season, the IHSAA’s critical shortage of referees, and why the Colts didn’t chase after Julio Jones. Finally, Greg gives a thorough explanation of the importance of the USA soccer win vs Mexico over the weekend and what it means going forward for the USMNT. (1:50:46-1:59:34)-In honor of Jokic winning the 2021 NBA MVP and becoming the first 2nd round pick to win award, JMV guesses the only MVP winner to be drafted lower. (1:59:34-2:04:55)-JMV closes out the show by giving away Chris Stapleton ticketsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
69 minutes | Jun 8, 2020
Best of JMV 6/8
(00:00-14:55)-Jeremiah Johnson from Fox Sports Indiana joins JMV to discuss some of the logistics for the NBA’s return, if we’ll be able to watch the games locally on Fox Sports Indiana, what the NBA plans to do for the broadcasts, and if the Pacers will come out of the gates strong or like the beginning of the season and struggle (14:55-41:51)-Robin Miller from Racer Magazine and NBC joins JMV to talk about his breaking story from Roger Penske that the Indy500 will only run with fans in the stands, the improvements that have been made to IMS, and he tells some great stories about nicknames he has given drivers (41:51-1:08:47)-Chris Hagan from Fox59 joins the show to talk about his upcoming Vegas trip and some of the great deals as Vegas starts to open back up, Frank Reich’s comments about Philip Rivers and if it is playoffs or bust for the Colts, is this the healthiest the Colts have been heading into the summer in years, and why the Pacers have a better shot of making some noise in the playoffs compared to a regular format.
125 minutes | Jun 7, 2021
Full Show: Have the Titans Passed the Colts as AFC South Favorites? Pacers Coaching Rumors
(00:00-29:10)-JMV starts the show with a great sports weekend and his reaction to the Titans trading for WR Julio Jones. He debates whether or not this pushes the Titans in front of the Colts for the AFC South race, where Jones would put the Colts if Ballard had traded for him, and what the Falcons got for him. He then reacts to the report that the Pacers are potentially interested in recently fired Blazers Head Coach Terry Stotts. (29:10-42:28)-JMV answers questions about Julio Jones and if he were on the Colts where they would be in the AFC Hierarchy before taking a call about the Pacers and the rumors that they have interest in Kristaps Porzingis, and Kevin Pritchard’s role in the hiring (42:28-1:12:50)-Reds 2x Gold Glove Winning Catcher Tucker Barnhart joins JMV fresh off the Reds sweeping the Cardinals in St. Louis, Jesse Winker’s 3 HR day, if he likes playing 1B, what goes through his mind when a ball is hit his way, and the process he’s gone through to find his groove at the plate, and Tucker tells a hilarious story of himself, Sonny Gray, and Wade Miley driving from Cincinnati to St. Louis and making some stops around Indianapolis. (1:12:50-1:20:44)-JMV answers questions about the Titans with Julio Jones and if they have a limited window now with him on the roster. (1:20:44-1:47:45)-The Athletics’ Stephen Holder joins JMV to discuss why the Colts didn’t make a move for Julio Jones, if Ballard not being 100% sold on Wentz as a long-term QB option was a deciding factor into not going all in for a dynamic WR, if the Colts or Titans are favorites in the AFC South, if the Colts will soon have too much of the money tied up into the OL, and the history of teams that heavily invest in OL and their success. (1:47:45-2:00:43)-JMV asks whether the Reds outfield duo of Nick Castellanos and Jesse Winker are the top in MLB right now. (2:00:43-2:04:57)-JMV closes out the show giving away Chris Stapleton tickets!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
51 minutes | Jun 7, 2021
Best of JMV 6/7
(00:00-27:51)-Reds 2x Gold Glove Winning Catcher Tucker Barnhart joins JMV fresh off the Reds sweeping the Cardinals in St. Louis, Jesse Winker’s 3 HR day, if he likes playing 1B, what goes through his mind when a ball is hit his way, and the process he’s gone through to find his groove at the plate, and Tucker tells a hilarious story of himself, Sonny Gray, and Wade Miley driving from Cincinnati to St. Louis and making some stops around Indianapolis. (27:51-50:26)-The Athletics’ Stephen Holder joins JMV to discuss why the Colts didn’t make a move for Julio Jones, if Ballard not being 100% sold on Wentz as a long-term QB option was a deciding factor into not going all in for a dynamic WR, if the Colts or Titans are favorites in the AFC South, if the Colts will soon have too much of the money tied up into the OL, and the history of teams that heavily invest in OL and their success.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
125 minutes | Jun 4, 2021
Full Show: #AskPat is Back! JMV Puts Pressure on Pacers Draft
(00:00-30:18)-JMV starts the show with a NBA Playoffs recap and the strong effort by a couple guys in Devin Booker and Michael Porter Jr who were originally drafted in the same spot the Pacers likely will be in for the 2021 NBA Draft. He emphasis the Pacers offseason and how some other NBA teams retooled on the fly to become contenders, and the success of Nate McMillan in the playoffs. (30:18-40:59)-JMV makes a controversial statement that he would take Trae Young or Paul George right now and the listeners strongly react to who they would rather have. (40:59-1:10:02)-ESPN’s Mike Wells joins JMV and they talk about Will Smith’s rap career before he became famous and name off some of the famous sidekicks that fell off when the main headliner went solo. They then talk about Wells’s biggest takeaway from the media meeting with Colts OC and DC, why Ben Banogu has been a healthy scratch so often in his career so far, and comparing the Colts and the Titans. (1:10:02-1:17:53)-JMV answers questions about the Colts and questioning JMV’s “division or bust” stance, if the Lakers will make a move for Myles Turner and who the Lakers have that would be enticing for the Pacers. (1:17:53-1:43:31)-Pat Sullivan from Sullivan Hardware is back for his Summer Friday segment to answer all home and lawn questions including a call about smoking Gator on the Big Green Egg, if it’s too late for crabgrass preventer, if the cicadas can cause issues to trees, and more! (1:43:31-1:47:20)-JMV answers questions about the possible timeline of a decision on Pacers Head Coach Nate Bjorkgren and LeBron losing in the 1st round (1:47:20-1:58:16)-JMV brings on his friend Jeffrey Gorman from the Colts to talk about the upcoming NFL season and Gorman tells the story of how he lost his 2 front teeth in California after betting the horses (1:58:16-2:05:11)-JMV closes out the show with Jeffrey Gorman and he tells stories about his time as an actor and the movies he filmed out in Bulgaria.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
35 minutes | Jun 4, 2020
Best of JMV 6/4
(00:00-13:18)-NBC Sports IndyCar Broadcaster Leigh Diffey joins Greg and Tricia to talk about the return of IndyCar on NBC this weekend, how the limited practice time will affect the driver, and how the broadcast will deal with having no fans in the stands. (13:18-34:40)-Mike Chappell from CBS4 and Fox59 joins Greg and Tricia to discuss Chris Ballard’s comments earlier today, the conversations the Colts have had this week with the players, when the Colts will be allowed back into the building, and training camp not being at Grand Park this fall
130 minutes | Jun 3, 2021
Full Show: Former NFL LB Takeo Spikes Ranks Darius Leonard in the LB Hierarchy, Division or Bust in 2021 for the Colts?
(00:00-27:49)-JMV starts the show with the difficult job Kevin Pritchard and the Pacers have to hit on their upcoming draft pick, the recent history of teams that have drafted #13 and some of the star players that have been picked there. He talks about the salary situation the Pacers are in compared to other small market teams like Milwaukee and Utah and what the Pacers are missing compared to them. (27:49-42:27)-JMV answers questions about the Pacers defensive issues and takes a call about the draft and the biggest need for the Pacers going into the offseason (42:27-1:07:16)-Former NFL LB Takeo Spikes joins JMV off the heels of his conversation with Colts LB Darius Leonard on his podcast “Behind the Mask”. They discuss Takeo’s career start in Cincinnati in the late 90s, what he likes most about Leonard’s game, where he ranks in the NFL right now, and his thoughts on the Colts with Carson Wentz for the upcoming season. (1:07:16-1:26:23)-Director of Basketball at Finch Creek Eric Schellhammer joins JMV to talk about the crunch for court time among youth basketball throughout the pandemic, some of the upcoming boys tournament and leagues, and how to sign up for camps. (1:26:23-1:53:52)- CBS4/Fox59’s Mike Chappell joins JMV to set expectations for the 2021 Colts. They both argue it’s Division title or bust, what’s keeping them from being in the Buffalo & Kansas City tier, who the 3rd CB will be after DC Matt Eberflus said it is an open competition, and if the Colts are going to end up having the most expensive OL in the NFL if Erik Fisher plays well in 2021. (1:53:52-2:04:11)-JMV answers a question about who the best character has been with under 15 minutes of screen time in movie history. (2:04:11-2;09:29)-JMV closes out the show giving away Guns N Roses tickets!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
53 minutes | Jun 3, 2020
Best of JMV 6/3
(00:00-12:55)-PFF Lead Analyst Sam Monson joins JMV to discuss the PFF Top 50 list where Colts G Quenton Nelson was ranked as the #4 overall player, if he is the best offensive lineman in the NFL, and then look around the NFL at the top QB’s in the NFL and what it means if your QB is not on the top 50 list. (12:55-42:41)-107.5 The Fan’s Kevin Bowen joins JMV to take a deep dive into the NBA’s return and what the best matchup for the Pacers would be if there is no home court advantage, what Nyheim Hines and Bobby Okereke said during their media availability earlier today, and when drafting a OG at #6 overall would you expect him to be the best Offensive Lineman in the NFL like Quenton Nelson is now? (42:41-53:19)-MLB Pitcher Drew Storen joins JMV to talk about the MLB and MLBPA negotiations, how expanded rosters would affect a guy like him trying to latch onto a team, if he believes an agreement will be put in place, and what a 40 game season would look like from the players perspective.
127 minutes | Jun 2, 2021
Full Show: What Can The Pacers Learn From Brad Stevens Moving to the Front Office?
(00:00-31:21)-JMV starts the show with his thoughts on Damian Lillard’s incredible shooting night vs Denver, Brad Stevens moving from Celtics HC to GM, and who in the world would want to step into the Duke job after Coach K’s retirement. With the Celtics moves JMV is prompted to discuss the Pacers predicament with the Head Coach and roster. He questions how many fans would be engaged if they bring everyone back for another season of this team. (31:21-44:28)-JMV answers a question about the Pacers spending and takes some calls about the team going into next year. (44:28-1:17:13)-1075 The Fan’s Kevin Bowen joins JMV to debate the career of Brad Stevens to this point and if he has under achieved to what his expectations were after his stop at Butler, Chauncey Billups being a candidate for the job and if the Pacers should have considered him more seriously last summer. They then discuss some of what Colts DC Matt Eberflus said about Rock Ya-Sin and Ben Banogu and the Colts division title drought. (1:17:13-1:25:09)-JMV answers questions about Brad Stevens and how fans would grade his stint as Celtics Head Coach. (1:25:9-1:50:02)-TV Voice of the Pacers Chris Denari joins JMV to talk about Brad Stevens and if he will ever coach again, why his time with the Celtics should be viewed positively, the importance of this offseason for the Pacers, and his impressions of the 500 as the turn 4 announcer for the IMS Radio Network. (1:50:02-2:00:47)-JMV answers questions about Colts expectations and their lack of division titles the last decade, and why the idea that the Simons don’t want to win a championship is incorrect (2:00:47-2:07:09)-JMV closes out the show giving away Guns N Roses tickets and takes a call about the Pacers playing against a stacked deck vs other teams.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
55 minutes | Jun 2, 2020
Best of JMV 6/2
(00:00-22:13)-Voice of IndyCar Mark Jaynes joins JMV to look back and talk about how he learned NASCAR and IndyCar were suspending their races, how he will adjust to calling a race from a studio, and what he expects to see from the drivers as IndyCar starts back up this weekend. (22:13-33:32)-Greg Rakestraw joins the show to talk about the return of live sporting events and the breaking news that the Colts will not have training camp at Grand Park in Westfield this year. (33:32-54:36)-NASCAR Xfinity Driver Chase Briscoe joins JMV to discuss his upbringing in Mitchell, Indiana, his success in the Xfinity series since and his win at Darlington, if he likes the condensed NASCAR schedule and how his team has adjusted, and if he would ever hop into an Indy Car and try to race in the Indy500
127 minutes | Jun 1, 2021
Full Show: Will Nate Bjorkgren return for year 2 with the Pacers? Zak Keefer on the Colts $ dilemma going forward
(00:00-28:57)-JMV starts the show with some comments about the fans disrupting seemingly every game in the NBA Playoffs so far and the latest incident with a fan running on the floor in Washington. Then Kevin Lee from NBC makes a surprise in-studio visit to reflect on the 500, why the fault can’t fall squarely on 1 persons shoulders for why Graham Rahal’s tire came loose, if Helio winning was the best for IndyCar, and why the road course race in Nashville later this Summer will be the 2nd coolest race right behind the Indy500. (28:57-43:56)-Greg Rakestraw joins JMV to talk about the fan reaction to the Indy500 post-race show, Rake makes the case that there actually was only 135k fans at IMS, and Center Grove and IU product Jovan Swann signing with the Baltimore Ravens. (43:56-1:14:33)-The Athletic’s Zak Keefer joins JMV to first reflect on the 25th anniversary of Reggie Miller scoring 25 points in the 4th quarter vs the Knicks and then talk about Zak’s story on Bob Irsay and how he shaped the way Jim Irsay now runs the Colts, some of the insane stories from the Bob Irsay years, why the Colts will not be a landing spot for Julio Jones, and why the money is tighter than most fans think for the coming years. (1:14:33-1:24:55)-JMV answers listener questions about the Victory Banquet and the complaints for the new format and how refreshing it is that there hasn’t been any local negativity to the crowd for the 500. (1:24:55-1:52:58)-Covering the Pacers with his podcast “Setting the Pace” Alex Golden joins JMV to rank Nate Bjorkgren, Myles Turner, Domas Sabonis, Doug McDermott, and TJ McConnell and who is most likely to least likely to be back on the Pacers next season, why the assistant coaches will go a long way in determining if Nate Bjorkgren is brought back for year 2, and some potential trades for the Pacers to get up in the draft and get a difference maker. (1:52:58-2:05:00)-JMV answers a question on how many wins the Colts need to wrap up the AFC South this season and then takes a call that wants Pacers GM Kevin Pritchard fired for his misses recently. (2:05:00-2:06:48)- JMV closes out the show giving away Guns N Roses tickets!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
72 minutes | Jun 1, 2020
Best of JMV 6/1
(00:00-16:14)-Indy native and philanthropist Amp Harris joined the show to speak on the tragic death of former IU Football Player Chris Beaty and the destruction we saw downtown Indianapolis over the weekend (16:14-46:58)-Indy native Jake Query from IndyCar Radio joined JMV to give his thoughts on the weekends events, what he expects from the return of IndyCar this weekend, and his inability to hit the “post” when calling an IndyCar race (46:58-53:49)-The Athletic’s Stephen Holder joins JMV to talk about Frank Reich’s press conference earlier today and his comments about the events over the weekend and why his players respect him so much, if Trey Burton is the best low risk/high reward player on the team, and why last year Frank Reich isn’t the Frank Reich fans should expect due to being handicapped by Brissett
129 minutes | May 31, 2021
Full Show: Indy500 Recap! Meyers Shank Racing Owner Mike Shank Tells JMV The 1 Thing Helio Did to Win!
(00:00-27:11)-JMV recaps the 105th Indianapolis 500 and the normal feeling of everything around the race, his takeaways from the race itself, Helio winning his 4th 500 putting him in rare air, and the crowd interaction with Helio afterwards. (27:11-46:07)-Meyers Shank Racing Owner Mike Shank joins JMV to talk about his driver, Helio Castroneves winning the 105th Indy 500, what they envisioned when they initially signed Helio after his departure from Team Penske, what single thing Helio did that won him the race, the juice inside the speedway and the fan reaction after the win, and how an Indy500 win will change his team going forward. (46:07-1:19:40) - IMS Radio Network and turn 3 Indy500 announcer Jake Query joins JMV to talk about his favorite moments from the 500, Graham Rahal losing a tire and danger avoided from that incident, and Jake tells a personal story about his experience at IMS and why the 500 always has magic to it. (1:19:40-1:25:35)-JMV answers listener questions about the race and gives away Florida Georgia Line tickets! (1:25:35-1:51:02)-Friend of the Show from Racer Magazine Robin Miller joins JMV to talk about why the race was exciting as possible, how Meyers Shank Racing will benefit after this team win, and how many people Robin thinks were actually in the stands over the reported 135k cap that IMS reportedly set. (1:51:02-2:09:11)-JMV re-racks his conversation with Mike Shank and gives away Guns N Roses tickets to close out the show!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
73 minutes | May 31, 2021
Best of JMV 5/31
(00:00-15:11)-Meyers Shank Racing Owner Mike Shank joins JMV to talk about his driver, Helio Castroneves winning the 105th Indy 500, what they envisioned when they initially signed Helio after his departure from Team Penske, what single thing Helio did that won him the race, the juice inside the speedway and the fan reaction after the win, and how an Indy500 win will change his team going forward. (15:11-48:14)-IMS Radio Network and turn 3 Indy500 announcer Jake Query joins JMV to talk about his favorite moments from the 500, Graham Rahal losing a tire and danger avoided from that incident, and Jake tells a personal story about his experience at IMS and why the 500 always has magic to it. (48:14-1:12:29)-Friend of the Show from Racer Magazine Robin Miller joins JMV to talk about why the race was exciting as possible, how Meyers Shank Racing will benefit after this team win, and how many people Robin thinks were actually in the stands over the reported 135k cap that IMS reportedly set.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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