In The Zone
Mike Glasscott (left), Dave Novak (middle), and co-host Terry Stultz (right) host Bloomington’s local sports call-in show. Interviews, discussion, and your calls every Monday and Wednesday at 6PM! If you want to have your say online, send Glass an email.
Dave and Glass are joined by the Indy Star’s Zach Osterman to talk Hoosier hoops comings and goings.
The NBA pre-draft process ends on Wednesday so we’ll see if the Hoosiers face roster questions moving forward.
Dave and Glass Monday and Wednesdays 6 to 7
Should he stay or should he go? It’s up to Troy, not fans, but it’s a question that rings out.
Dave and Glass discuss the Pacers new head coach and what it means for the future plus breakdown the NBA conference finals.
Dave and Glass talk Hoosier hoops and the prospects of who and what is next plus NBA playoffs.
Frank Vogel and Larry Bird couldn’t find common ground on how to take the Pacers forward.
There was only going to be one winner.
Pacers mumbles and grumbles before Larry Bird’s 11am Thursday press conference plus the improbable, impossible rise of Leicester City FC in the English Premier League.
Dave and Glass
Pacers put out of their misery and the Colts draft shows their plan to protect their franchise QB.
Pacers disappointment and angles on the Colts draft strategy this weekend.
Dave and Glass recap games 3 and 4 of Pacers-Raptors plus IU basketball roster news.
Dave and Glass check in the Pacers playoff run and the Colts preparing for the NFL draft next week.
Pacers take game 1 but it’s not going to get any easier in Toronto.
Spring Football at IU wraps up and it will be the defense under the microscope come fall camp.
Dave and Glass’s bi-weekly get together focuses on the @HoosierFootball Cream and Crimson game Friday at 6:30 and the Pacers limping into the playoffs against Toronto.
Troy Williams will test the NBA waters and Danny Willett will be forgotten as the 2016 Masters champion.
Dave and Glass wrap up a historic NCAA hoops final and preview the 80th Masters.
Dave and Glass were the “opening act” before Westwood One took the reigns over at 6:30 on Championship Monday.
The Final Four is this weekend so that means the transfers, NBA declarations and coaching changes are sharing center stage with the basketball.