The Neal Bradley Show

The Neal Bradley Show, Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Washington Post/New York Times contributor Josh Planos talks Lavar Ball, Steve Bartman, the MLB Trade Deadline deals, and his most recent article in the New York Times.

The Neal Bradley Show, Friday, July 28, 2017

The Paducah Sun’s Ed Marlowe talks Racer football, OVC Football Media Day, and an MSU hoops schedule update.

The Neal Bradley Show, Monday, July 24, 2017

Monday was Ohio Valley Conference Football Media Day in Nashville. Murray State was picked to finish 8th, while Jacksonville State was picked to repeat as champions. The Racers did place two players on pre-season all OVC teams.

The Neal Bradley Show, Thursday/Friday, July 20-21, 2017

The media’s OVC football preseason poll is out, ahead of Monday’s OVC Football Media Day in Nashville. That and more on today’s show.

The Neal Bradley Show, Wednesday, July 19. 2017

The Paducah Sun’s Ed Marlowe talks about the KHSAA softball mask rule, coaching moves, and the MSU quarterback situation.

The Neal Bradley Show, Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Washington Post contributor Josh Planos talks about the best of the NBA Summer league, its impact on the Chicago Bulls and Cam Payne, and the best and worst teams of the NBA off season so far.

The Neal Bradley Show, Monday, July 17, 2017

A weekend recap of sports and what Neal did on his brief Kentucky staycation.

The Neal Bradley Show, Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Former Calloway County track and field standout (and 6 time state champion) Lily Lowe talks about competing as a freshman at the University of Hawaii, and then Ed Marlowe of The Paducah Sun follows with his weekly

The Neal Bradley Show, Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Our weekly NBA update comes via Washington Post contributor Josh Planos who shares his thoughts on recent NBA signings, transactions, and the latest on the Chicago Bulls guard situation with Cameron Payne.

The Neal Bradley Show. Monday, July 10, 2017

In this regional sports update, 3 promotions for MSU staff members, SEC football Media Days begin, and the Cardinals and Cubs are tied at the All-Star Break. Is that good, or bad?