Day #1 of the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational was a solid one for eight-time tournament champion Tiger Woods, who shot a 4-under 66 at the South Course Thursday.
Woods spoke with the media after his round, where he was paired up with Australian golfer and Ohio resident Jason Day.
American Kyle Stanley is currently in second place at 7-under par shooting a 63 at Firestone Thursday.
He too spoke with the media after his round, saying the course suits his game pretty well.
Ian Poulter is currently in the lead heading into Friday at 8-under par.
Stay tuned for live updates from the tournament all day, beginning at 9:20am Friday through Sunday on 1590 WAKR as well as our sister stations 97.5 WONE and 94.9 WQMX.
College football analyst and reporter Brett McMurphy joined the Sam and Brad Show to talk about his latest report alleging OSU head football coach Urban Meyer indeed knew about domestic violence allegations levied against Zach Smith, a former receivers coach in 2015.
He (Meyer) said during Big Ten Media Days he was unaware of any allegations or issues involving Smith and his ex-wife Courtney.
Brett's report can be read here.
We will keep you updated on this ongoing story once more information becomes available.
President and CEO of the Pro Football Hall of Fame David Baker joined the Sam and Brad Show to talk about Hall of Fame Week in Canton, Ohio this week.
He also discussed not only the enshrinees this year, but also the future plans for the Johnson Controls Hall of Fame Village.
Cleveland Browns Radio Network analyst Doug Dieken joined the Sam and Brad Show Monday to talk about camp up in Berea and a sense of optimism surrounding the club due to an influx of new players and coaches.
Browns rookies Antonio Callaway and Nick Chubb spoke with the Sam and Brad Show during training camp in Berea Friday afternoon.
Callway, a rookie from Florida, spoke about getting the call from GM John Dorsey and his first camp.
Chubb talked about being a part of a solid running back room with Carlos Hyde, Duke Johnson, and others.
Cleveland Browns GM John Dorsey spoke with Sam and Brad live at training camp in Berea to talk about his optmism for the club in 2018 and moving forward.
Steve Doerschuk, Browns beat reporter for the Canton Repository, joined the Sam and Brad Show out in Berea to talk about his thoughts on training camp.
Cavaliers beat writer Rick Noland of the Medina Gazette spoke with the Sam and Brad Show about Kevin Love signing an extension to be a part of the Cavs' building process post-LeBron James.
Head football coach of the Mt. Union Purple Raiders Vince Kehres spoke with the Sam and Brad Show to talk about the upcoming season as well as the youth camps going on in Alliance.
Senior VP of Public Affairs for the Cleveland Indians Bobby DiBiasio spoke on the Sam and Brad Show to talk about Indians great Jim Thome going to the Baseball Hall of Fame this weekend.
DiBiasio says he will be in Cooperstown that weekend from July 27-30. The Induction will take place July 29.
Browns beat writer Scott Petrak joined the Sam and Brad Show Monday to talk about the latest news involving the Browns' Josh Gordon not being available for training camp starting on Thursday.
The NFL says he is not suspended, but there is some uncertainty as to when he will report.
Sam and Brad caught up with course manager Dante D'Andrea to talk Good Park Golf Course for Tee it Up Friday.
For more information on Good Park, click here.
Andre Knott, the Indians in-game reporter for Sports Time Ohio spoke with Sam and Brad to talk about the deal to aquire Brad Hand from the San Diego Padres.
He also discussed the possibility of adding another player to bolster the lineup.
Sports Editor for the Canton Repository Joe Scalzo joined the Sam and Brad Show to talk about the Pro Hall of Fame upcoming weekend and Terrell Owens not being present for the festivities.