Marcus Amos, who speaks on health and safety for the NCAA, visits the sports office to tackle the heavy subject of athletes abusing prescription drugs and how
College and prep hoops dominate the conversation as Randy Harrison and James Yodice from the Albuquerque Journal drop by the Sports Office.
New Mexico State University head football coach Doug Martin is our guest in the sports office.
Leroy Lucero aka The Red Menace drops by the Sports Office to talk with Van Tate about all things Lobo.
Dallas Cowboy and ex-Lobo Ryan Cook is hosting a Super Bowl party instead of attending the game in person, so he had time to drop by the Sports Office to talk
Chris Williams, Canadian Football League Special Teams Player of the Year, drops by the KRQE Sports Office to talk about his season and soon-to-be-former NMSU
UFC fighter John Dodson has a title shot coming up, and the former wrestler from Moriarty had a lot to say about that and other things when he dropped by the
Lobo Football Coach Bob Davie is our guest in the Sports Office. He talks about recruiting, the upcoming season and quarterback Cole Gautsche.
University of New Mexico president and former Lobo swimmer Robert Frank drops by the Sports Office to talk about conference shifting and a variety of other
Isotopes Broadcaster Robert Portnoy drops by the sports office to talk about how he is no longer just broadcasting, but getting his jump on as well.