A heated debate between Jim and Korzo about Adrian Peterson kicks things off. The Gopher's are who we thought they were. Tom Linnemann joins the conversation.
Gary Myers discusses the NFL's rough week. Bo Mitchell talks fantasy football, and we're still playing baseball - whether or not you still care.
The Gophers are in trouble. The Vikings aren't in trouble, yet. Tom Linnemann does picks and we award the Group of Death.
Matt Vensel talks purple from St. Louis. The Big 10 is a disaster. More NFL talk.
Vikings GM Rick Spielman talks waivers and releases. Tom Linnemann talks Country and/or Western.
Adrian Peterson and Jerry Jones made some headlines last week.
In the first hour of Sunday Sports Talk, (live from the fair) the guys talked with Jim Peterson, assistant coach with the Minnesota Lynx about the upcoming Lynx Conference Semi Finals, and Tom Linnemann helps close the hour.
In hour two Adrian Wojnarowski jumps on the program to talk basketball with Scott and Jim, and the inaugural run of the... GROUP OF DEATH.
The Vikings aren't in a hurry, and shouldn't be. Tom Linnemann ends up in Amsterdam. We eject someone off the planet.
The rise and fall of Christian Ponder. Vikings receiver Rodney Smith calls in to talk about his game winning catch last night.
Less than elite debuts from May and Bridgewater. Tom Linnemann talks Manziel and Lindval Joseph.
Rory and Tiger. Love and Wiggins. Female NBA coaches.
Jim and Korzo from the 3M Championship in Blaine. Vikings GM Rick Spielman talks about the coaching and team going into this season. Tom Linnemann talks great players in unpopular sports and soccer.
Are you buying what the Vikings are selling before the season? Should professional athletes participate in in other events? Alan Cull, the Director of Golf for the TPC, talks golf and the 3M Championship.
Kyle Rudolph jumps on the phone before putting on the pads for this mornings training camp practice. Kluwe, Dungy, Michael Sam - can we handle 'gay' in male driven sports? Tom Linnemann does karaoke with the Hold Steady.