Dave reviews last week's action, including the controversy in IndyCar and Carl Edwards' win in Bristol, and previews this weekend's action in NASCAR and IndyCar.
This week on the show: Eric and John give their impressions on the high school spring sports scene, Milwaukee Brewers and the Janesville Jets.
Opening day was originally designed to protect gamefish species from being harvested before they could spawn, thus ensuring the future of fishing. When it comes to resource management in the 21st century, this tradition is of marginal value at best.
Dave previews a full racing weekend with NASCAR at Bristol, IndyCar at Long Beach and F1 in China. There's also action this weekend at two local tracks.
Fishing pressure on the Peshtigo River is a minor skirmish compared to the Fox River spectacle—but you can still expect to stand elbow to elbow with others who would catch the fish of dreams.
Dave previews the only on-track action this weekend with NASCAR hitting Texas Motor Speedway.
This week on the show: Eric and John wrap up college hoops and preview high school sports and the Brewers.
At season's end, you might or might not have another set of deer horns or big fish on the wall. You might only have a waxy green license as a memoir of 2015. Putting that expired license in a safe place might be a good idea.
Gazette sports designer/columnist Tom Miller breaks down who's looking foolish in the world of sports on April Fool's Day
Dave previews the upcoming weekend of racing with NASCAR in Martinsville, IndyCar in Phoenix and F1 in Bahrain.