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The ride home is made easier every day with his perspective on sports and life. Major market sports talk with small town common sense.

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Jim Irsay and the Colts held a press conference on Saturday afternoon informing us that Ryan Grigson has been let go as General Manager. Below is the Jim Irsay press conference followed by JMV's reaction on a special edition of The Ride with JMV.
Plenty of Colts talk today on The Ride with JMV, he sits down and discusses the latest with Andrew Luck's surgery, where Jim Irsay's jet has been, and things being silent on 56th Street. Zak Keefer of the Indy Star joined us to discuss the latest with the Colts. Mike Chappell of...
Indy native Mike Epps, from comedy fame, Next Friday and The Hangover, joins JMV in studio to talk about his upcoming show in Indy, his thoughts on sports in Indy, and some friendly back and forth on 90s music.
Rick Venturi joined JMV to talk about the latest with the Colts, including if the team will indeed move forward as is, who the NFL MVP is, and what to watch for in the NFC and AFC Championship games.
Conrad Brunner of joined JMV to talk about what Jim Irsay is doing, if Jon Gruden could be coming to to and how the Pacers prepare for a game in London tomorrow.
Rick Venturi joined JMV to give his take on the chances of Jon Gruden coming to coach the Colts, how this weekend is the best weekend of NFL football, and what the Colts should look to do with the #14 pick in the draft.
Purdue Sophomore Caleb Swanigan joined JMV to talk about the season so far for the Boilermakers, his expectations for the rest of the season, and gives JMV some advice on how to get fit.
Bob Kravitz of WTHR joined JMV to talk about Jim Irsay's jet being in Houston, if John Gruden is a possibility to coach the Colts and what to make of the Pagano reports of him staying with the Colts.
(Icon Sports Image) The head coach of the Butler Bulldogs, Chris Holtmann joined JMV to talk about the atmosphere inside of Hinkle Fieldhouse, how the Dawgs took down #1 Villanova, and moving forward, continuing to play high caliber basketball.