The Ride with JMV
Mike Chappell of CBS 4 joined JMV to discuss the possibility of the Colts missing the post season for a fourth straight season, what it would mean to the fan base, and what players in free agency will be on the open market for the Colts to go after.
(Brian Rothmuller/ICON Sportswire) Former Colts tight end and current college football analyst Charles Arbuckle joins JMV to give his take on if Notre Dame has what it takes to knock of Clemson, can anyone slow down Alabama and if Brian Kelly will be on the sidelines for the...
(Photo: Belmont Athletics) From Perry Meridian, current stand out at Belmont, Dylan Windler joins JMV to catch up on the 7-1 start for the Bruins in Nashville, his future plans after college, and his goal of reaching the NCAA Tourney.
(Photo by Don Juan Moore/Getty Images) Stephen Holder of The Athletic joined JMV to discuss the Colts shutout loss to the Jaguars, why the team has a hard time winning with Jack Doyle out, and if the play calling from Frank Reich should be questioned.
Rick Venturi questions the Colts play calling on key 4th down situations, why the offense struggled for four quarters against the Jags, and what they have to do to get back into the playoff hunt.
The guys from ATI are in the house with Dr. Evan Armington to discuss what happened to Jack Doyle during and after the game for the Colts, how long of a road to recovery he is facing with the kidney injury, and what JMV can do after slipping on the ice and injuring his arm.
(Michael Hickey/Getty Images) Alan Karpick of Gold & Black Illustrated joined JMV to break down what happened with Coach Brohm and the Boilermakers, when the decision was made to stay in West Lafayette and the work he has in front of him to build his brand.
(Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images) Former Purdue stand out and current hoops analyst for ESPN and Big Ten Network, our friend Robbie Hummel talks about the loss last night for IU and how it is best to let it go, what he thinks about Purdues chances tonight at Florida State, and...
(Getty Images) Former Colts QB and current ESPN analyst Dan Orlovsky has Andrew Luck as the comeback player of the year in the NFL, if Le'Veon Bell should be a target for the Colts in the offseason, and how the tight end position has shown it's worth this season for the...