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McElroy - What You Missed With Wes (03/19/20)

Wes McElroy
March 20, 2020 - 7:00 am

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Hour 1:

McElroy - Hour 1 (03/19/20)

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  • Wes chats with former NCAA head coach and current ESPN sportscaster, Jimmy Dykes, as he talks about what he misses the most about not having the beginning of the NCAA Tournament today, as well as his initial thoughts on when the NCAA Tournament was originally cancelled.


Hour 2:

McElroy - Hour 2 (03/19/20)

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  • Wes is joined by Colin Wilson of The Action Network as they discuss sports gambling in a time with no sports. Colin explains what is currently available to bet on, as well as his thoughts on how much money Vegas has lost during the shutdown.

  • Wes chats with Neil Greenberg of the Washington Post as he breaks down his 2020 NCAA Tournament simulation, as well as how he was able to come up with a field of 68 teams when teams did not compete in conference tournaments.


Hour 3:

McElroy - Hour 3 (03/19/20)

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  • Wes is joined by Michael Robinson of the NFL Network as they discuss daddy day care tips, the release of Todd Gurley from the Rams, as well as his thoughts on Tom Brady going to Tampa Bay. Michael also gives his thoughts on DeAndre Hopkins leaving Houston, and Sean Payton being diagnosed with COVID-19.

  • Wes is joined by Mark Hurley, who owns Hurley's Tavern, as Mark gives some insight on how they are holding up amidst the coronavirus closures and concerns, as well as the Richmond restaurant community. Mark also talks about how much of a positive effect the community support has had for Hurley's.


Hour 4:

McElroy - Hour 4 (03/19/20)

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  • Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney joins Wes in the 5pm hour as he talks about what he misses most about not having the NCAA Tournament starting today, as well as his plan to combat against COVID-19 in the Richmond community. Mayor Stoney also talks about where to go for current and accurate information regarding the coronavirus in Richmond.