Beat of Sports

Beat of Sports

The Beat of Sports with the voice of UCF Sports Marc Daniels. Delivering sports the way you like it - Weekdays 9a-12p

How Was Your Weekend?

Lamar Makes A Trade Demand And The NFL Shows They Are King

We just had a fantastic weekend of college basketball action and the Final Four is set but all it took was a series of tweets from Lamar Jackson to show that the NFL is still king and will always dominate the news.

How Miami Built Their Basketball Team

Miami was labeled the best team money could buy, isn't that right Jim Boeheim? Who cares? The Canes did nothing wrong using NIL to attract Nigel Pack and keeping Isaiah Wong and other players on the roster who signed NIL deals. In fact, if you think Miami is the highest paid program in the country, you are wrong.

The Final Four Teams Are Here

With the final seconds winding down and Miami punching the fourth and final ticket to the Final Four, CBS top broadcast team for college basketball was trying to find the words to hype the sport's biggest event. Jim Nantz, Bill Rafferty and Grant Hill were all telling us "this is great for the game...and with the transfer portal get ready for more like this....should be exciting." You can't blame them for the positive words but CBS executives can't be thrilled.

Does Anyone Have A Good Bracket? At All?

On today's episode of The Beat Of Sports: - Haircuts - NBA Players vs Referees - Sports Legal News - Mike O'Donnell - The News - Alex Stapleton - Notes and Quotes

The Story Of Reggie Jackson

Documentary filmmaker Alex Stapleton joins the show to talk about how her newest project on Reggie Jackson. She discusses what she learned throughout the process, filming during COVID and more.

NBA Players vs Referees

Every week in the NBA it seems like there has been a controversial call made, and now the players are getting more and more outspoken, but no one from either side is offering up any solutions.

Gus Malzahn Talks The QB Battle And Spring Practices

UCF Football head coach Gus Malzahn joins The Bridge and talks about the latest happenings at spring practices and the quarterback race. Then he discusses the importance of facilities in college football and the restructuring of the collective.

Why The World Baseball Class Was A Success

Why the World Baseball Class was such a success and is Shohei Ohtani is one of a kind.

We Learned A Lot About Scott Today

On today's episode of The Beat Of Sports: - Listener email - Life of a Minor League Baseball player - College Football profits - Cam Mellor - The News - Orestes Destrade - History Lesson - Notes and Quotes