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This is a sports show that will keep it real but at the same time hear well thought out analysis of the sporting world and some entertainment news as well.

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In this preview, I will tell you what to watch for, players to watch, key match up, and the three keys to victory.

This is my first show in over a month. I felt it only apropos to restart with a preview show. I will breakdown the J-State game with Don Thomas. We will talk about what to watch for, players to watch, and three keys to victory.

On Today's episode, Don Thomas and I will be discussing the top players for MSU football or the stars of the show.

On Tonight's Episode, I will talk about the top news items of the day. I will be joined by The Real Story owner and publisher Joseph St.John to discuss Wednesday's issue of the paper.

Don Thomas and I will be discussing the Penn State Scandal and the second half of the SEC, continuing from Thursday's Late Night With J.Short.

On Tonight's Episode, Don Thomas and I will be recapping the SEC Media Day's. We will talk about what each team's potential is in 2012.

On this Sunday's edition of Around The Bulldog Nation, Don and I will discuss the questions facing the 2012 MSU Football team. 1. Will Tyler Russell take the next step? 2. Will Joe Morrow emrge? 3. Will the Offensive Line be improved? 4. Will... more

I'm doing a special weekday edition of Around The Bulldog Nation. I will be joined by Davarus Shields. We will be discussing the Coach's All-SEC team and whether Cam Lawrence got snubbed.

This will be the first podcast for J.Short and Rob B. The focus of this mornings show will be MSU's offense in 2012. The topics will be Tyler Russell, Chad Bumphis, Breakout Players, and the overall expectations for MSU's offense in... more

This is the second installment of J.Short and C-Mac talk basketball. We will discuss the Linsanity. Are the Knicks contenders? We will also dicuss LeBron's comments on returning to Cleveland.

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