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June 21, 2024

The Steve Jones Show:

Steve Jones Show Hour 2 -06-20-2024 -

Thursday, June 20, 2024

Steve Jones Show Hour 1 – 06-20-2024 -

Thursday, June 20, 2024

The CDT’s Jon Sauber 06-20-2024 on PSU football -

Thursday, June 20, 2024

Steve Jones Show Hour 2 – 05-31-2024- Steve talks Coaches vs. Cancer, and Clemson and Florida State vs. the ACC, Gable Steveson, Dick from Milton and The King in the last segment

SJS Hour 2 – 05-31-2024 – Steve talks his night and morning at Coaches vs. Cancer Golf Tournament, Clemson and FSU vs. the ACC; we talk Gable Steveson signing with the Bills; Dick from Milton calls about Stephen Neal vs. Brock Lesner, then the King joins the show.

Steve Jones Show Hour 1 – 05-31-2024 – Todd updates local sports, then Steve and Todd talk NBA finals and Coaches vs. Cancer, then Nick Farabaugh joins the show

SJS Hour 1 – 05-31-2024 – Todd updates Selinsgrove and Midd-West successes this spring along with PIAA playoff sites. Todd and Steve then talk NBA Finals and Coaches vs. Cancer then PGHSteelersNow ‘s Nick Farabaugh joins the show to talk Steelers’ OTAs.

PGHSteelersNow Nick Farabaugh 05-31-2024

Nick of PGHSteelersNow joins us to talk about Steelers’ OTAs. What Nick think about OTAs in general – the NFLPA’s proposal to move them closer to training camp and his thoughts on the benefit to the team. The QBs in Arthur Smith’s new offense, and some of things he learned during OTAs, including a former Penn Stater who might have a breakout season.

Steve Jones Show Hour 2 – 05-30-2024 – Steve discusses the college football TV schedule, the rules for NFL TV and who will return in college hoops next season

SJS Show Hour 2  – Steve discusses the college football TV schedule, the rules for NFL TV and who will return in college hoops next season

Steve Jones Show Hour 1 – 05-30-2024 – Steve talks the upcoming college football schedule release and the West Virginia schedule plus some talk about Steve’s trip last week

SJS Hour 1 – 05-30-2024 – Steve talks about Penn State’s trip to West Virginia for a noon kickoff, and ways for college football to improve its schedule release, then we talk a little bit about Steve’s trip to Columbus last week.

Steve Jones Show Hour 2 – 05-29-2024 – Steve talks with Tony Knopp of Ticket Manager about private equity in college football; then Todd and Steve discuss their thoughts on some of what Tony said

SJS Hour 2 – 5-29-2024 – We continue our discussion of college sports’ new world with Tony Knopp of Ticket Manager about private equity in college sports and it’s possible consequences; then Steve and Todd continue the talk and give their thoughts on the changing college sports world.

Founder & CEO of Ticket Manager Tony Knopp 05-29-2024

Tony joins the show for a very in depth and informative discussion on private equity in college sports. What exactly private equity is and its goals. How it could effect college football, and what kind of control it would have. What would be the downfalls and the pluses. Then Steve and Tony discuss their thoughts on how it could effect some specific schools.

Steve Jones Show Hour 1 – 05-29-2024 – Steve discusses private equity in college sports, problems and the plusses plus Brony James draft status

SJS Hour 1 – 05-29-2024 – Steve discusses the problems with private equity in college sports, and who would private equity would want, and want college programs would need private equity. Then Steve discusses Brony James’ NBA draft projection.

Steve Jones Show Hour 2 – 5-28-2024 – Steve talks with Neal Coolong and then Steve and Todd discuss private equity in college sports

SJS Hour 2 – 05-28-2024 – Steve talks with Neal Coolong about changing the dates of OTAs and the various effects it can have, then Steve and Todd discuss private equity in college sports. Todd’s newspaper experience makes him not a fan.

Neal Coolong 05-28-2024 – Neal and Steve discuss players changing OTA dates and what to expect from the owners

Neal joins the show for a conversation about the players moving OTAs ahead to about the end of June. What the owners could want for such a proposal? Why would they be against it? What could the players union get? How close are we to 18 or 20 games in a season?