Grayson ‘The Professor’ Boucher joined me on the phone on The Jake Brown Show. The AND1 streetball legend talks about what he’s doing now, the AND1 tour, his career, Jason Williams, and so much more.
On Episode 4 of The Jake Brown Show on CBS Radio’s Play.it, we preview the World Series with one of the best baseball writers in the world, Jonah Keri. We also go around the NFL, JB goes off on Josh Brown and NFL refs, previews the NBA Eastern Conference and much more. You can listen to the entire show and watch a couple segments below.
It was pretty amazing finally getting to meet and interview Mo Vaughn. The three-time MLB All-Star and former AL MVP joined me in studio on The Jake Brown Show to talk baseball, his career, his MVP Collections big and tall menswear line, and much more. You can listen to the interview and watch the entire interview below.
I joined by colleague Andrew Bogusch on the finale of his MLB podcast Bogusch At The Plate on CBS Radio’s Play.it. We discussed the MLB postseason and previewed the Mets Wild Card game and the rest of the playoff field. We also discuss my new podcast and why Brown and Scoop ended.
Don Larsen remains the only pitcher to throw a perfect game in World Series and MLB postseason history. He discusses the 1956 perfect game for the Yankees, his career, and more on The Jake Brown Show.
It was a busy second episode of The Jake Brown Show. It can all be seen and heard below, including our prank of Jared Carrabis of Barstool Sports over the phone with Barstool JJ in studio.
Arguably the best cornerback in NFL history Mike Haynes joined me in studio on The Jake Brown Show.
Check out Episode 1 of The Jake Brown Show on CBS Radio’s Play.it, which debuted October 5th.
Episode 1 Breakdown:
- OBJ rant to open the show
- NFL Week 4 in review
- JB Locks NFL Week 5
- A Wild JB Weekend
- Jim Breuer interview – talks Mets, comedy shows, rock album, tour, Dave Chappelle
The Brown and Scoop podcast all began at the start of September 2015. We had 10 viral interviews and a ton of interviews get picked up by almost every outlet imaginable (TMZ, ESPN, CBS, CBS Sports, Fox Sports, CNN, etc). The last episode was on September 30th, 2016.
I began my own show on the Play.it network, The Jake Brown Show. I’d like to continue down the sports route and my own show gave me the best chance possible to continue to pursue my dream of becoming a sports radio host and TV personality as well as a play-by-play announcer. While I’ll mix some entertainment, I’d like to get my chances to voice my opinions, takes, and creativity with a sports radio-like show that incorporates the various digital platforms. It’s going to be entertaining, informative, comical, and a must listen podcast every week to go along with multiple interviews with huge names.
Show your support of the new show by following The Jake Brown Show on social media and tuning in on Play.it, iTunes, and Spotify.
NBA Hall of Fame point guard Isiah Thomas joined us on the Brown and Scoop podcast on CBS Radio’s Play.it on our show’s one-year anniversary on September 1st.