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FWTCT Radio Show | MSU & the SEC Tourney, What Ifs, Greatest Games, and more!

Check out this week's episode of the show, where Croom Diaries, Justin Sutton, robnoladog and tbradenbishop discuss the Arkansas win, they talk about (recorded prior to today's game) the matchup with LSU, how the rest of the SEC Tourney could play out for State, What Ifs in MSU's history, greatest games, and much, much more. Check it out at the link above, or you still may be able to catch it in the On Demand section over at Bulldog Sports Radio's page.

FWTCT Radio Show - On baseball's sweep of UT, Spring Football Game Impressions, and the Sugarland Experiment

Last night we recorded the latest episode of the Radio Show with robnoladog, justinrsutton, tbradenbishop, and thecristilmethod. We discussed baseball's sweep this past weekend, and how this week vs. Southern and Ole Miss could shape up for State. We also talked about the Spring Game, which players impressed, the 60 yard field, and the Sugarland concert experiment. Check us out at the link provided above, or as always you can check us out in the Bulldog Sports Radio lineup or in the OnDemand section!

FWTCT Radio Show (April 10th) - The State of the Basketball Program and Baseball's Big Weekend

On this week's edition of the show, robnoladog and Croom Diaries hopped on with me to discuss the Rodney Hood transfer, walk on's leaving the program as well, the state of the program, what the rebuilding effort may look like and how long it may take, and more. We did also discuss Baseball's good weekend and the return of Daryl Norris, so if you don't want to listen to the basketball doom and gloom, fast forward about half way through.

FWTCT's Radio Show - Baseball, Spring Football, and The Coaching Search

On this week's episode of the radio show, justinrsutton, RobbieRandolph and The Croom Diaries joined host thecristilmethod to discuss the weekend of baseball versus Arky, the start of spring football practice and who we are watching, and the continued basketball coaching search. Check out the show as we name who we like as the new basketball coach, talk about how the baseball team is playing well even at 2-4 in the SEC, and we even name The Croom Diaries our head of topical humor. As always we want to remind you that we are powered by the wonderful folks at Bulldog Sports Radio, and we encourage you to check out the rest of the high quality programming in their lineup on your Apple device, Android device or on your PC.

FWtCT Radio Show - The Guys Discuss MSU Basketball's Season To Date

Today our radio show* returned, new and improved. This week The Croom Diaries and Justin Sutton joined the usually solo (and boring) thecristilmethod on the radio show to get you up to date on MSU basketball. The guys discussed Wednesday's wild win, Stansbury's job security, MSU fans expectations for the basketball team vs. other sports and much, much more. Check it out! And as always, we encourage you to check out all of the fantastic programming in the Bulldog Sports Radio Lineup. *This week's show was sponsored by Bob Carskadon's house of palm and tarrot card reading.

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