John Feinstein, an award-winning columnist and one of the nation’s most successful and prolific sports authors, has written over two dozen books to date including the bestselling A Good Walk Spoiled and A Season on the Brink. In addition to hosting a radio show on CBS Sports Radio, he writes for the Washington Post, and is a regular commentator on the Golf Channel.
John looks into sports media and how the access they have when covering games has changed.
John talks about Tim Wolfe resigning from Missouri and what it means for the future.
John looks into the idea of playing the race card and Bomani Jones take on it.
John talks about his best-selling book and covering Coach K and Bobby Knight.
The “head ball coach” was a personality unlike any other in coaching.
John looks at the Washington Nationals debacle this season.
John recounts stories covering John McEnroe and Johan Cruyff.
John discusses the post-NBA life of Michael Jordan and other athletes.
John discusses the Mets, Nationals, innings limits, and the bad decisions in D.C.
John tells a story of former legendary Islanders coach Al Arbour and his passing.