The Ride with JMV

Former NFL QB and current writer at The Vertical, Dan Orlovsky joins the show for the first time to discuss what it is like being an NFL free agency, his fond memories of Indianapolis, and what the Colts can do with Eric Ebron.
JMV opens the show talking about the play of Myles Turner as of late, what has motivated the 21 year old big man for the Pacers, and JMV takes a guess at what Tony D. lost in Vegas.
Coach Bob Lovell of Indiana Sports Talk called JMV with a great Ronnie Van Zant story, previewed Saturday's IHSAA Semi-State games, and shared his favorite IHSAA Boy's Basketball Tournament memories.
1070 The Fan's Kevin Bowen joined JMV at Twin Peaks on Friday. Kevin talked about how the fan base is reacting to the Colts lack of action early in free agency, if the Colts are doing the right thing, and why are the Colts so quiet with so much cap space?
Icon Sportswire | Getty Images Pacers Overtime Host Eddie White previews tonight's game against the Raptors, takes a look ahead to the postseason, and explains why this group of players has worked so well together.
Icon Sportswire | Getty Images A lot of fans aren't pleased with the Colts start to free agency but Eric Edholm gave some hope that being quiet to start the spending period isn't always a bad thing, plus his thoughts on all the scenarios the Colts could face come draft night.
Jonathan Daniel |Getty Images JMV started the four o'clock hour by welcoming former Colts linebacker and current Stacked Pickle owner Gary Brackett to the show to talk about his life after football, plus his thoughts on the Colts offseason so far. He thinks Andrew Luck will be...
(Photo by Robin Alam/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images) Kevin Bowen of 1070 The Fan talks to JMV about the lack of free agent interest, how that puts pressure on them in the NFL Draft, and what this means about Andrew Luck.
Robin Miller and former ABA & Pacers star Bob Netolicky join JMV to discuss Bob's new book, share some stories about the Pacers and the ABA you haven't heard, and how one game changed the future of the city of Indy.