Marsh in the Morning with Marshall Ferguson
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TSN's Jack Armstrong joined Marshall Ferguson to discuss the NCAA tournament and NBA MVP conversation including the question of who deserves the most credit for the Greek Freak's development?
Marsh in the Morning: March 28th, 2019
Marshall Ferguson talks Forge FC Hamilton training camp, the Bulldogs getting swept and a certain Ticats offseason workout habits before being joined by Jack Armstrong to break down the Sweet 16 and who deserves credit for the Greek Freak's growth.
Marsh in the Morning: March 27th, 2019
Marshall Ferguson takes a look at the Hamilton headlines including the Bulldogs falling into a 3-0 hole in their first round OHL playoff series against Ottawa before joining TSN 1150's Kyle Melo to break down the CFL Combine.
Armstrong: Gronkowski went out the way few get to
Jack Armstrong joins Marshall Ferguson to talk Raptors vs. Bulls, the magic of the NCAA tournament and why Rob Gronkowski went out the way few get the chance to.
Woodley: Honey Badgers did well at CEBL Draft
Marshall Ferguson chats with Hamilton Is Hoops host Sean Woodley about the CEBL Draft over the weekend. Woodley touches on the festivities, some of the prospects taken and the Toronto Raptors' loss to the Hornets.
Marsh in the Morning: March 25th
On today's show, Marshall Ferguson recaps the sporting news in the City of Hamilton, including the Bulldogs series against the 67s. CFL Combine recap with a Ticats perspective and Sean Woodley stops by to chat CEBL Draft.
Mayenknecht: Expanding CFL globally will attract better players
The Sport Market's Tom Mayenknecht joins Marshall Ferguson to talk about the ongoing CBA talks in the CFL. He discusses the idea of the possibility of foreign players taking the spots of Canadians to get more of the world watching the CFL.
Armstrong: Duke is the team to beat
NBA analyst Jack Armstrong joins Marshall Ferguson to preview the upcoming NCAA National Tournament. He touches on certain matchups that are worth watching early on as well as the impact Russell Westbrook has on his team.
Cipriano: Biggest stand-out moment was McMaster's National Title in 1983/84
McMaster Marauders wrestling head coach Nick Cipriano joins Marshall Ferguson to talk about his induction into the Canadian Wrestling Hall of Fame. He touches on his experience's at the three Olympic games he competed in and which one was the most unique.
Thompson: Globetrotters goal is to inspire internationally
Lili "Champ" Thompson joins Marshall Ferguson to discuss her past as an NCAA women's basketball champion, present as the face of the Globetrotters' diversity and the future of the Globies' global brand.