The ESPN 99.1 Overtime Podcast
Overtime with Jeff Thurn brings the biggest names in sports to the Sioux Empire. Did you miss an interview from the show? Listen to it here!
The Overtime with Jeff Thurn podcast is available through this webpage, the ESPN 99.1 mobile app, and also through Apple iTunes. Don't ever miss the biggest interview of the day and all of the happenings from the show.
"Tom and I became very close friends. All of us had our own unique relationship with him. He's such a pro and this is such a great opportunity for him. He's going to be on the sidelines for the Super Bowl!" - Rece Davis talks about his relationship with Tom Rinaldi, the end of the college football season, and more!
There will be seven classes of high school football in 2021 and 2022 in South Dakota. Why did we get here again? SDHSAA Executive Director Dan Swartos gives us the full details:
"This isn't fear...we all may not like it but we're airing on side of caution." The Summit League made the decision to play its basketball championships at the Sanford Pentagon in front of no fans. Commissioner Tom Douple details the reasons why the decision was made.
Should you let your child play football with all of the worries surrounding concussions and CTE? Dr. Kester Nedd joins Jeff Thurn to give his thoughts on youth sports.
"If you're thinking long-term, which they won't be, if I had the chance to obtain (Deshaun) Watson I would do it in a heartbeat or at least make the phone call...If I were the Vikings, the reality is this. They are not going to win a Super Bowl, they can win a playoff game, but not going to win a Super Bowl with their current philosophy on offense as a team and with Cousins at QB." - Judd Zulgad talks the future of the Vikings.
ESPN Radio host Freddie Coleman joins the show to discuss the firing of Philadelphia Eagles coach Doug Pederson, tonight's CFB National Championship Game, and the NFL Playoffs.
National MLB writer Scott Miller joins Overtime to reflect on the passing of legendary baseball manager Tommy Lasorda.
Former NFL Tight End Anthony Becht joined the program to talk about the upcoming Tampa Bay Buccaneers playoff game against Washington, the rest of the NFC, and he issues a challenge for the burger battle.
South Dakota State University Athletic Director Justin Sell joins Jeff Thurn on Overtime to discuss hosting fans during the COVID-19 pandemic, upcoming transfer changes, and the wonderful support of Brookings for SDSU athletics.
You can also hear all of our other previous interviews right HERE.