Spartanburg native and former NFL tackle Ryan Sims joined Open Mic Daily to share his thoughts on the opening weekend of NFL action.
Atlanta Braves legend Dale Murphy joined the Open Mic Daily crew to discuss the upcoming 82 Baby Blue Fest to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the 1982 Atlanta Braves. Dale shared some memories of his times playing and even played a special 82 Braves Edition of our “High-Low” game.
Learn all about the 82 Baby Blue Fest
Clemson insider Cris Ard joined the show to discuss Clemson practice and a look at the season.
For the latest on all things Tigers, visit TigerIllustrated.com
Tony Morrell, co-owner and publisher of TheBigSpur.com, joined Open Mic Daily to discuss Shaq Roland’s potential impact as a Freshman and the significance of losing Ingram and Allen.
Get the latest on all things Gamecock at TheBigSpur.com
The Panthers are in town for training camp, practically across the street from the climate controlled studios of ESPN Spartanburg. Voice of the Carolina Panthers, Mick Mixon joined Open Mic Daily to discuss the start of training camp, that promise of a Super Bowl appearance, and more.
Get Panthers Training Camp details, including the practice schedule.
NFL analyst and creator/writer of Football Relativity Robert Neely joined the Open Mic Daily crew to discuss recent NFL signings and contract extensions.
Follow Robert’s theory of relativity all football season
Learn more about Wayfarer Ministries and the Wayfarer Camp
Former Broome Centurion, Vanderbilt Commodore, and current Chicago Bear D. J. Moore was in town for his youth football camp. He joined the Open Mic Daily crew On the Road at Hickory Tavern to discuss his high school and college career and what it’s like being a Bear.
Actress (Coach), comedian, and syndicated columnist Pam Stone joined Open Mic Daily to discuss her time on the hit show Coach, life as a comedian, and the decision to leave Hollywood to return to the Upstate. Stone shares a selection of readers’ favorites from her column “I’m Just Saying” in her new book, I Love Me a Turkey Butt Samwich.
Get your copy of I Love Me a Turkey Butt Samwich at Amazon.com
Mark “Packman” Packer joined Open Mic Daily to discuss all time worst sports injuries, Notre Dame’s interest in the Orange Bowl, and more.
Mark Packer, aka The Packman, has been covering sports for almost 25 years on both radio and television. Creator of the Southern Fried Football tour, host of the long running syndicated radio show Primetime with Packman, and blogger, Mark Packer is never short on opinions and insight.
Get your Packman fix at PackSmack.com
Jason Gilmer, former preps editor for the Spartanburg Herald-Journal, joined Open Mic Daily to discuss his upcoming book, Where Champions Play: Prep Football in Spartanburg County.
In August 2013, author Jason Gilmer will release his first book, an in-depth look at high school football in Spartanburg County. The book, which will be published by Hub City Press, details coaches and players who have brought considerable success to each of the county’s high school football programs.
Learn more about the book, including things that make the cut, on Facebook