Category: The Dan LeBatard Show with Stugotz

Nick Saban Regrets the Way He Left Miami, but Doesn’t See Himself Anywhere but Alabama Right Now

Tuesday, December 18th, 2012

Nick Saban is making his return to South Florida for the BCS National Championship game on Jan. 3rd against Notre Dame. Miami sports fans haven't forgotten about the former Dolphins head coach who left the organization when he took the job as the head coach at Alabama. Saban was asked about ...

Stan Van Gundy on Dwight Howard Checking Out on Magic: “It becomes a convenient excuse. It gets almost ridiculous after awhile.”

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012

Stan Van Gundy is a big fan of the Jeremy Lin story and really isn't too happy with the media right now. What else is new with the Orlando Magic head coach? Van Gundy always gives his honest opinion to the media, and he seems sick and tired of the critics ...

Jose Reyes Doesn’t Believe that Hanley Ramirez is Demanding to Play Shortstop, but is Perfectly Willing to Play 2nd Base if Asked

Thursday, December 8th, 2011

It was a pretty easy decision for Jose Reyes once the free agency period started: Where do I sign on the dotted line for the Miami Marlins? Reyes felt the love from owner Jeffrey Loria and team president David Samson when their front office team came to him and his agent ...

NBA Free Agency: Raja Bell Would Love to Join Knicks if they Signed Chris Paul

Friday, December 2nd, 2011

The last time we heard from Raja Bell here on SRI, he was extremely upset with the ways the owners were handling the lockout, namely how they were putting all the blame on the players for the impasse in collective bargaining. In this interview however, the Utah Jazz shooting guard ...

Raja Bell: “It’s not us on strike. It’s the owners telling us they won’t let us play. We really do want to play.”

Friday, October 21st, 2011

There will always be two sides to every story. After three days of mediation, labor talks between the NBA players and owners have reached yet again another impasse. Currently, there are no meeting schedule for further negotiations. It appears that David Stern's proclamation about the season being lost until at ...

Andre Johnson’s Vote for the NFL’s best Wide Receiver: “I’m a big fan of Calvin Johnson. I would say he’s the best.”

Thursday, September 15th, 2011

Andre Johnson may be the most humble athlete. I say that after hearing him dispel the notion that he's the best wide receiver in the NFL. If Johnson was watching Tom Brady carve up the Dolphins' secondary to the tune of 517 yards on Monday night, he had to have ...

Edwin Rodriguez and Jack McKeon Reflect on Florida Marlins Managerial Changes In Separate Interviews on Tuesday

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2011

The Florida Marlins managing carousel has, to say the least, been pretty bizarre in recent years.  There was Edwin Rodriguez replacing Fredi Gonzalez in June of last last season; and just recently, Rodriguez stepping down because he felt the team needed a jolt. Rodriguez essentially came to the conclusion that ...

Stan Van Gundy Not Buying That LeBron ‘Shrunk’ In 4th Quarters, Yet Still Feels James and Heat Shouldn’t ‘Cry’ Under Intense Scrutiny

Tuesday, June 21st, 2011

Stan Van Gundy is no stranger to having his opinions make the headlines in the NBA.  Whether he is calling out Shaq for 'flopping,'  or being critical of NBA officials targeting Dwight Howard, Van Gundy has never been afraid to tell it like it is. He knows a thing or ...

Guest Column: Jon Weiner, aka “Stugotz” Interviews His Partner Dan LeBatard on the Art of Interviewing

Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010

On Tuesdays, SportsRadioInterviews.com often has guest columns penned from one of the many sports radio hosts whose interviews you see here frequently on SRI. This week’s column is courtesy of Jon Weiner, aka "Stugotz" from the Dan LeBatard Show with Stugotz on 790 the Ticket in Miami. When Jimmy asked to ...