We begin this week's show joined by Lacy Robinson to discuss the way that funeral homes are adjusting to Covid-19 and the various ways that they're assisting grieving families during this difficult time. Next, the gang discusses Ashton Hagans' recent decision to head to the NBA. And with the news that the NCAA will not grant another year of eligibility to seniors who played in winter sports, Nate Sestina's collegiate career is officially complete. Could we see another grad transfer next year? In the second hour, Hunter is quizzed on "Contagion" before Joey Police joins us for a discussion on the things that he's learning with all of his free time. Don't forget to rate and review our show and tell a friend!
Tonight on Cameron Mills Radio we talk about March Sadness and how America is dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. Scott Padgett and Mark Pope stop by to reminisce about their time together in the NCAA Tournament and what these players are going to be missing out on.
In the second hour, our Millennial Movie Quiz features the movie Outbreak, and we cap the show off with a short discussion of the new series Tiger King. Don't forget to rate and review the show and tune in next week for another fun episode!
It's an interesting edition of Cameron Mills radio to say the least, as Cameron, Hunter, Garrett and Joey conduct the show entirely through the use of phones! They talk continuing updates on the Coronavirus before speaking with Kyle Mann of the Ringer about this year's Kentucky team. Specifically where these Cats rank with fans compared to the rest of Cal's teams. In the second hour, Hunter is quizzed on "Volcano" before the gang talks video-conference software and how it's changing due to COVID-19. Don't forget to rate and review the show!
It's a different edition of Cameron Mills Radio this week, as we discuss the recoil from the Coronavirus outbreak. We speak with Julian Tackett, commissioner of the KHSAA, on his difficult decision to postpone the Sweet 16. What went into the decision? And just how much money will be lost? Also, Cameron discusses the NCAA's decision to grant another year of eligibility to Spring athletes whose careers were cut short because of the outbreak and whether or not he believes the same decision should be made for winter athletes, specifically basketball. We talk to our own Garrett Gabehart on his experience with the virus and Hunter is quizzed on The Hunt for Red October. Don't forget to rate and review the show and follow us on Twitter and Facebook!
On tonight's edition of Cameron Mills Radio we talk Kentucky's incredible comeback win at Florida with Kyle Mann of the Ringer. Aaron Torres joins us to discuss the national landscape of college basketball as we prepare for Championship Week, as well as what his picks are for SEC Coach of the Year and Player of the Year. Joey Police stops by to discuss podcasting, specifically the ins and outs of starting a podcast and some of the resources available for those interested in the field. And finally, Hunter is quizzed on Roadhouse before being assigned his next movie. Tune in next week as we break down what will be a newly-revealed bracket for the NCAA Tournament! You won't wanna miss it!
It's one of the greatest times of the year... March! As the calendar turns to March, we prepare for the Cats' upcoming schedule as they head down the home stretch of the season. Former UK walk-on Tod Lanter joins us to talk about Kentucky after a big win against Auburn and how things look going forward. Julius Mays, former grad transfer on the 2012-2013 squad, updates us on what he's up to now and how Cal recruited him to Kentucky. He gives his thoughts on this year's team before Cam, Hunter and Garrett discuss where the Cats are projected in the most updated Bracketology. Finally, Joey Police stops by to discuss some of the best tax software and Hunter is quizzed on Lethal Weapon 4. Don't forget to rate and review the show and thanks for listening!
On this week's edition of Cameron Mills Radio Tom Leach joins us to discuss Kentucky's win over Florida and how the Cats rank compared to the rest of the college basketball landscape. Cameron discusses the Cats' impressive free throw shooting performances and where Kentucky goes moving forward. In the second hour, Joey Police stops by to discuss some of the best video games of the 90s with Cameron and Joey. And finally, Hunter is quizzed on Lethal Weapon 3 before being assigned the final film in the franchise, Lethal Weapon 4, for next week. Don't forget to rate and review the show!
On this shortened edition of Cameron Mills Radio, Cameron and Hunter discuss Kentucky's two victories over Vanderbilt and Ole Miss. Should you be concerned with the close games they seem to find themselves in? And what do we make of their poor three-point performances at home? Kenny Mills joins us in studio to discuss the art of dry-aged meat: What is it and why does it taste so much better? Finally, Hunter is quizzed on Lethal Weapon 2 before being assigned the third movie in the franchise. Don't forget to rate and review the show wherever you get your podcasts!