901 Plumbing's "The 9:01" at 10:01 with the Commercial Appeal's Chris Herrington begins the second hour. Geoff and Chris discuss the aftermath of the Oscars and the Knowledge Bowl Recap before turning the conversation to the Grizzlies playoff outlook and the role of Chandler Parsons. Then, Geoff discusses today's Take Five with stories about Rhodes conference tournament title in basketball, Memphis Tigers basketball, Kim Mulkey's postgame comments on the culture at Baylor, the arrest of Baker Mayfield, and the death of Bill Paxton. Then, Geoff closes the show with his Closing Argument presented by Ken Rash Memphis about a proposed Sex Break in Sweeden and the Byte of the Day.
During the first hour Geoff Calkins recounts the mishap from the Oscars before welcoming Fox Sports Southeast Analyst Brevin Knight to the show to discuss the Grizzlies road trip, the dependence on Mike and Marc still, Chandler Parsons role with the team, and the playoff standings. Then, Yahoo Sports Shutdown Corner Eric Edholm joins the show to discuss his story on the revoking of Chad Kelly's combine invite, the NFL combing, and the upcoming storylines from the NFL Draft.
he it is a Monday and we have. A full lineup today BrevinKnight is gonna join us in the very next thing let's talk with the grizzlies. Called a mixed weekend. Redeemed redeemed themselves. Last
coming in here tomorrow night. The Devin Booker returns we'll talk to BrevinKnight about that comment up next after that we got. Eric at home who is writes for Yahoo! Sports on the NFL this
anyway thought that was just suck mouse when we come back. A BrevinKnight he's never from the wrong envelope no never had an anyone need an envelope I'd put BrevinKnight next year. Academy Awards. BrevinKnight comes out he looked great talks oh he's come out and everybody right amble around a hundred still talked him next just
"The 9:01" at 10:01 with Chris Herrington presented by 901 Plumbing leads the second hour of the show. Geoff discusses the new CMT Show "Sun Studios" with columnist Chris Herrington before turning their attention to the NBA and the Memphis Grizzlies. Next, Geoff discusses today's Take Five with Jennifer Biggs' column about the Best Gumbo in the Memphis area, the NBA trade deadline, Chandler Parsons' new flame, Kate Upton's sex life, and the people's vote of Most-Fun-to-Watch Memphis Grizzlies. Then, the show closes with news about the return of the trolleys to Memphis and a quick preview of the Oscars.
Geoff begins his first hour of the Friday show discussing the Tigers' loss at Cincinnati and Tubby Smith's postgame accusation about Jason Smith's story concerning Dedric Lawson's future. Next, Jason Smith joins Geoff in studio to respond to the accusations made by Tubby Smith against him and more. Then, the radio voice of the Memphis Grizzlies, Eric Hasseltine, joins the show to discuss the Grizzlies game in Indianapolis, the remaining 24 regular-season games, and the outlook for the playoff standings.
only because the got a lot of air play Lorena right out Jason Smith JR SmithJason Smith Jason Smith And he said this he said Jason Smith's not just radio guy he did he was the beat writer for many years I did a lot of different purely. He gave me a lot of flip eight. I forgot the name Jason Smith more than her Michael Crawford honestly last night. Have highlighted he was leave a damn newspaper. I originally actually downs we had
"The 9:01" at 10:01 with Chris Herrington presented by 901 Plumbing starts the second hour of Thursday's show. Geoff and columnist Chirs Herrington discuss today's edition of "The 9:01", NBA trades, and the Grizzlies. Next, Geoff welcomes Neal McCready, publisher for the Ole Miss team site of the Yahoo/Rivals network, to discuss Ole Miss' NCAA case and the path for Ole Miss moving forward. Then, Geoff closes the show with the Closing Argument presented by Ken Rash Memphis about Jameis Winston and Chandler Parsons.
you sort of flattened killers by now you've heard from former grizzly MikeMiller my man DeAngelo Williams tell you about them got taken from me a two time Super Bowl champ flattened Jewelers is the best in the business
Geoff begins the first hour of his show by discussing Ole Miss' update to its NCAA case and the ramifications of the new allegations before discussing Dedric Lawson's intention to leave the University of Memphis following this season. Next, senior writer for the NBA for Bleacher Report Howard Beck joins the show to discuss the NBA trade deadline, the Lakers' hiring of Magic Johnson, and more. Then, Bryan Curtis of The Ringer joins the show to discuss his long-form piece about political leanings in the sports media.
to a good one briefly touch on the deedrick Lawson story. When Jason Smith came here he said. He wasn't just going to be talkinghead and he showed yesterday as he's gotten information. That. Deedrick Lawson is headed out the door. It's funny because Jason I have
"The 9:01" at 10:01 with Chris Herrington presented by 901 Plumbing leads the second hour. Geoff discusses Beale Street Music Fest, the NBA trade deadline, and the Grizzlies with Chris Herrington of the Commercial Appeal. Next, Geoff discusses five stories of note during the Take Five with Executive Producer Jeffrey Wright. Then, the show concludes with the Closing Argument presented by Ken Rash Memphis and the Byte of the Day.
its current. Anything else particularly intrigue you the Jimmy Butler stopped Drummond DeronWilliams Utah. What Denver might do just gorging some of their players with the kings might do. Sixers Okafor or any any anything