The Dan Dakich Show

The Dan Dakich Show

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From checking Michael Jordan, to patrolling college sidelines for over two decades. He brings a lifetime of sports experience to listeners every day. And he sings. A lot.



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ESPN's Professor John Clayton talked with Dan Dakich this afternoon regarding the NFL after 3 weeks, who are the best and worst teams and if Andrew Luck is up for a career year.
Every Monday, Dan Dakich and Bob Kravitz of WTHR break it down. Check out today's thoughts on the Colts first win.
It's a good weekend for Don Fischer as the Hoosiers hit the road and beat SEC opponent Missouri Tigers. Dan Dakich and Don Fischer discussed the game and if the team will keep it up throughout the season.
Ryan Burr of the Golf Channel and former studio broadcast partner with Dan Dakich joined as he does many Fridays and this time, to talk NFL and CFB heading into the weekend, plus, who will win the Ryder Cup.
ESPN Play-by-Play Announcer Dan Shulman joined Dan Dakich this afternoon to talk all things Big Leagues as the playoffs are right around the corner. They also talked about some of the most underrated teams in baseball. Plus, college hoops season is coming up soon.
1070 The Fan writer Conrad Brunner dropped by this afternoon as he does every Friday to chat about Coach Pagano's press conference and what to expect on Sunday at Jacksonville.
Brownsburg, IN native and Pitcher for the Washington Nationals in Drew Storen joined the show with Dan Dakich today to discuss his career up to this point, overcoming adversity, MLB players from Brownsburg and how he can't wait for the playoffs.'s Mike Wells joined Dan Dakich this afternoon to chat about the latest injuries to the Colts, what players could be back for Sunday and why Colts can't go 0-3 and turn the season around.
Who makes the Final Four in the new CFB format, Jameis Winston in trouble again and just how good is Notre Dame this season? That convo right here for you with Dan Dakich and former NFL and CFB Coach Butch Davis.