Chris Graham welcomes Rod Mullins to wrap up the recent Virginia swing for NASCAR, which now heads to Talladega for some superspeedway racing.
Chris Graham and Scott German talk UVA basketball, breaking down the news that De'Andre Hunter will be returning for his redshirt sophomore season, and talking through the possibility that Wake Forest guard Keyshawn Woods might transfer in.
Chris Graham discusses the wide-open battle to replace retiring incumbent Sixth District Congressman Bob Goodlatte, with stacked Republican and Democratic fields vying for their respective party nominations.
Chris Graham talks with Rod Mullins to wrap up a busy weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway, with Kyle Busch taking the Food City 500, Rod's trip around the track with Hall of Famer Darrell Waltrip, and a quick meeting with WWE star Bill Goldberg.
Chris Graham and Scott German discuss the hiring of Tina Thompson to be the new women's basketball coach at the University of Virginia.
Chris Graham talks VMI baseball. The Keydets (18-17, 7-5 SoCon) have a key conference series at home this weekend with Furman (17-19, 3-6 SoCon). Chris will join Wade Branner in the booth for the broadcasts of the three-game series on ESPN3 beginning with the opener Friday night at 6 p.m.
The Baltimore Orioles are off to a 5-11 start in 2018. The lineup isn't producing, the starting rotation isn't doing much behind Dylan Bundy and Andrew Cashner. Chris Graham and Scott German offer insight and analysis on the O's.
Rod Mullins joins Chris Graham to break down this weekend's action at Bristol Motor Speedway. Rod tells us to expect an intense weekend filled with sparks, drama, tension, and more as NASCAR returns to the hills of East Tennessee for the Food City 500 beginning at 2:00 PM on Sunday afternoon.
Chris Graham talks UVA basketball on today's podcast. Topics include news about interest in transfers Matt Mooney and Sacha Killeya-Jones, the commitment from top guard recruit Casey Morsell, and the injury to redshirt freshman forward Jay Huff, and the impact on the roster for 2018-2019.
Chris Graham breaks down the matches on the biggest weekend of the 2018 pro wrestling calendar, highlighted by WrestleMania34, Supercard of Honor and NXT Takeover New Orleans.