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The Fan Midday Show is on 93.5 & 107.5 The Fan on Monday through Friday from 12PM till 3PM.

The Fan Midday Show Podcast The Fan Midday Show

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The Fan Midday Show is on 93.5 & 107.5 The Fan on Monday through Friday from 12PM till 3PM.

    Fan Midday Show- Charlie Clifford & Marlin Jackson, talk Purdue, & Conference Championship weekend

    Fan Midday Show- Charlie Clifford & Marlin Jackson, talk Purdue, & Conference Championship weekend

    The Fan Midday Show Rundown 1/27/23 

    (00:00-28:40) – Charlie Clifford and Marlin Jackson open up the show talking about the Purdue Boilermakers win against the Michigan Wolverines. Zach Edey wins the battle against Michigan's Hunter Dickinson. Nearing the big dance the Colts have yet to select their next head coach but add Wink Martindale to the list of second interviews. Marlin Jackson sounds off on the petition fans are signing for the Colts to not hire Jeff Saturday. It’s conference championship where will it be tougher to play?  

    (28:40-46:19) - Jimmy Cook joins in on the talk about the Kansas City Chiefs chances against the Cincinnati Bengals in the second meeting.  

    (46:19-57:11) - A prankster interrupts a college basketball game posing as an uber eats delivery driver. The Colts fans remain in the dark on the coaching search as speculation shows Jeff Saturday is still the frontrunner.   

    (57:11-1:27:43) - Kevin Bowen jumps into the conversation on the Colts Head Coaching search. What coaches share with the current Colts roster. Who in the conference championship weekend the Colts would interview. Then previewing more into the conference championship weekend. Zach Edey continues to be a force on the floor as Marlin and Charlie continue to recap the game last night.  

    (1:27:43-1:46:23) - Jeremy Rauch from Fox 19 in Cincinnati brings his notes to vouge for the Bengals chances to head back to the Super Bowl. Rauch reports live from the press box in Kansas City. Discussing the bulletin board material that the Chiefs coaches have been giving the Bengals. The Colts could have another potential candidate other than Brian Callahan Rauch says.  

    (1:46:23-1:55:53) - The Houston Texans have announced Denico Ryans as their front runner for their head coaching vacancy. Recapping with Jeremy Rauch about what could be another option for the Colts next head coach from the Bengals. Pacers are clear underdogs agains the Miluakee Bucks as they near the All-Star Break. Tyrese Haliburton is still out with a sore knee injury as he awaits his nod after being named to the 2023 All Star team.

    (1:55:53-2:25:18) - Coach Mike Davis of the Detroit Mercy after seeing his son score 42 points against his team here at IUPUI. Davis recounts his trips around the circle city, and watching his son follow his dreams. His son has adopted moves that the great “Pistol Pete,” dawned back in his prime. The path through coaching has been long and brought great memories for Davis as he reflects what basketball has brought to him.  

    (2:25:18-2:50:32) - Tim Brando from Fox Sports, to discuss the passing of Bill Packer. Brando goes through the great career that Packer had on TV. Discussing the influence of Packer with televising many college basketball games. Brando goes back to Packer’s time as a player and what schools held a grudge past his playing days.  

    (2:50:32-2:57:17) - The duo recap Tim Brando and the exciting weekend of Conference championship football coming up.  
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    • 2 hr 18 min
    Best of the Fan Midday Show - Friday - 1-27-23

    Best of the Fan Midday Show - Friday - 1-27-23

    Kevin Bowen jumps into the conversation on the Colts Head Coaching search. What coaches share with the current Colts roster. Who in the conference championship weekend the Colts would interview. Then previewing more into the conference championship weekend. 

    Jeremy Rauch from Fox 19 in Cincinnati brings his notes to vouge for the Bengals chances to head back to the Super Bowl. Rauch reports live from the press box in Kansas City. Discussing the bulletin board material that the Chiefs coaches have been giving the Bengals. The Colts could have another potential candidate other than Brian Callahan Rauch says.  

    Coach Mike Davis of the Detroit Mercy after seeing his son score 42 points against his team here at IUPUI. Davis recounts his trips around the circle city, and watching his son follow his dreams. His son has adopted moves that the great “Pistol Pete,” dawned back in his prime. The path through coaching has been long and brought great memories for Davis as he reflects what basketball has brought to him.  

    Tim Brando from Fox Sports, to discuss the passing of Bill Packer. Brando goes through the great career that Packer had on TV. Discussing the influence of Packer with televising many college basketball games. Brando goes back to Packer’s time as a player and what schools held a grudge past his playing days.  
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    • 1 hr 10 min
    Fan Midday Show- Charlie Clifford & Marlin Jackson Update Colts HC Candidates, IU win streak, Purdue, and the Pacers without Haliburton

    Fan Midday Show- Charlie Clifford & Marlin Jackson Update Colts HC Candidates, IU win streak, Purdue, and the Pacers without Haliburton

    The Fan Midday Show Rundown 1/26/23 

    (00:00-30:35) – Charlie Clifford and Marlin Jackson open the show discussing IU basketball. Trayce Jackson-Davis on his game last night and season overall. Yasir Rosemond’s coaching level jump from a recreation 12 and under league to college basketball. Purdue in their season after starting 19-1 so far. The Pacers have another slow start but the two rookie of the year candidates put on a show in the Pacers loss in Orlando. Tyrese Haliburton’s absence continues to hurt the Pacers being (1-8) without the star point guard. Jeff Saturday was first in the door for a second interview for the Colts head coaching candidate.    

    (30:35-46:19) – The NFL coaching carousel continues with news that the New York Jets hiring Nathaniel Hackett as their new offensive coordinator. The Colts lineup of coaches could be put on hold will Jim Irsay wait or make sure Jeff Saturday is still the guy.  

    (46:19-57:00) -NFL playoffs are on to the final four teams, Burrow is hot and Mahomes is hurting in the AFC. For the NFC, the Eagles and 49ers  

    (57:00-1:26:30) -The number one Purdue Boilermakers are able to continue their win streak. For IU the Hoosiers beat Minnesota and are finally catching heat despite not having Mike Woodsen on the bench last night. Jeff Rabjohns joins the show to chat IU’s season beginning to get back on it’s feet. Trayce Jackson-Davis on how he has been able to leap forward in the IU lineup. The three talk about the future of IU and the press conference Yasir Rosemond had last night. Up next for the Hoosiers is a tough Ohio State Buckeye team that poses a strong threat to the team’s first four game win streak since 2019. Tournament time is near, and the two begin to discuss where the Big Ten stands overall as we get closer to March.  

    (1:26-30-1:52:22) – Stephen Holder breaks down the Colts head coach interviews and where they are at in the timeline of deciding the next head coach. The three go deeper in what fine details go into the head coaching interviews and search. More about what is the vision of the Colts from here on out with their head coach choice. How experience plays a factor in this with Jeff Saturday measuring against other coaches.  

    (1:52:22-2:28:40) – Spike Albrecht joins the show to talk about the Purdue Boilermakers season to talk about his time as a player and graduate assistant. Albrecht talks about where his heart will lie in the Purdue and Michigan matchup. Former Indianapolis Colts Head Coach Frank Reich is headed to wear a different shade of blue after agreeing to be the new head coach of the Carolina Panthers.  

    (2:28:40-2:54:30) – The Carolina Panthers hiring of Frank Reich and the coaching market from here on out. The Indiana Hoosiers are gearing up to continue their four game win streak.  
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    • 2 hr 20 min
    Brendan King and Vince Welch are joined by Purdue head coach Matt Painter, James Rapien speaks on the candidacy of Bengals OC Brian Callahan for the Colts HC opening, Jess Settles looks ahead to Indiana-Minnesota, Alex Golden recaps Pacers' win over Chi

    Brendan King and Vince Welch are joined by Purdue head coach Matt Painter, James Rapien speaks on the candidacy of Bengals OC Brian Callahan for the Colts HC opening, Jess Settles looks ahead to Indiana-Minnesota, Alex Golden recaps Pacers' win over Chi

    (00:00-33:31) – Wednesday’s wintery show begins with Brendan King and Vince Welch back in-studio. They welcome in the head coach of Purdue basketball Matt Painter who talks on his #1 Boilermakers. Coach talks on what he’s been most impressed with this year from his group and also if there’s any cons to being the top ranked team in the country. Plus, Coach Painter looks ahead to tomorrow night’s matchup against the Michigan Wolverines.

    (33:32-41:29) – We’re back from break with Vince, Brendan and Jimmy discussing a story involving Ben Simmons a broken engagement and what to do with the ring.   

    (41:30-43:56) – Hour number one ends with Vince and BK talking about Scott Rolen finally getting the call from the Baseball Hall of Fame.

    (43:57-1:08:07) – James Rapien, covering the Bengals for SI.com and Locked On Bengals, stops by to give us the lowdown on Cincinnati offensive coordinator Brian Callahan as a head coaching candidate. Plus, James talks on how Rapien had a hand in the development of star quarterback Joe Burrow. Later, James looks ahead to this weekend’s AFC Championship Game between the Bengals and the Kansas City Chiefs. Plus, James discusses why the national media undervalued the Bengals so much this season.     

    (1:08:08-1:17:43) – We’re back from break with Vince and Brendan looking back at the Pacers big win over the Bulls last night, including the dominant performance from rookie Benedict Mathurin. Plus, the BK and Vince talk about where the Pacers go from here now that their 7-game losing streak is over, but they’ll still be without Tyrese Haliburton. Later, we take a quick preview of tonight’s show down between two rookie of the year candidates in Mathurin and Paolo Banchero when the Pacers and Magic faceoff. 

    (1:17:44-1:29:25) – Hour number two concludes with Jess Settles of the Big Ten Network stopping by to preview tonight’s showdown between Indiana and Minnesota. Plus, Jess shares his thoughts on some of the top teams in the Big Ten including the Purdue Boilermakers.

    (1:29:26-1:52:00) – The talented Alex Golden of Setting the Pace joins to give us his takeaways from the Pacers win over the Bulls that snapped their 7-game losing streak. Alex chats on how the team can build off of that win and if they are the precipice of leveling back into winning form even without star guard Tyrese Haliburton. Later, Alex give us his thoughts on the battle between Paolo Banchero and Benedict Mathurin, the front runners for rookie of the year, who will take the floor when the Pacers and Magic meet tonight. Also, we discuss what the Pacers might do at the trade deadline and the impact it could have on the team.

    (1:52:01-2:07:26) – The Voice of the Butler Bulldogs Mark Minner jumps into the show to give us a preview of Butler’s road matchup against the Providence Friars tonight. Plus, Mark reflects on the Bulldogs struggles to this point in the season.

    (2:07:27-2:11:25) – Wednesday’s show ends with Brendan and Vince asking Jimmy Cook for the JCook Plays of the Day. Plus, Brendan and Vince give final thoughts on a monster show and quickly share which sports hall of fame is the most prestigious.   
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    • 2 hr 11 min
    Best Of The Fan Midday Show - Wednesday - 1-25-23

    Best Of The Fan Midday Show - Wednesday - 1-25-23

    Today's Best Of Features: 

    (0:00-21:40) – The head coach of Purdue basketball Matt Painter joins the show to talk on his #1 Boilermakers. Coach talks on what he’s been most impressed with this year from his group and also if there’s any cons to being the top ranked team in the country. Plus, Coach Painter looks ahead to tomorrow night’s matchup against the Michigan Wolverines.

    (21:41-36:50) – James Rapien, covering the Bengals for SI.com and Locked On Bengals, stops by to give us the lowdown on Cincinatti offensive coordinator Brian Callahan as a head coaching candidate. Plus, James talks on how Rapien had a hand in the development of star quarterback Joe Burrow. Later, James looks ahead to this weekend’s AFC Championship Game between the Bengals and the Kansas City Chiefs. Plus, James discusses why the national media undervalued the Bengals so much this season.    

    (36:51-57:53) – The talented Alex Golden of Setting the Pace joins to give us his takeaways from the Pacers win over the Bulls that snapped their 7-game losing streak. Alex chats on how the team can build off of that win and if they are the precipice of leveling back into winning form even without star guard Tyrese Haliburton. Later, Alex give us his thoughts on the battle between Paolo Banchero and Benedict Mathurin, the front runners for rookie of the year, who will take the floor when the Pacers and Magic meet tonight. Also, we discuss what the Pacers might do at the trade deadline and the impact it could have on the team.
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    • 57 min
    Brendan King and Vince Welch chat with Dan Duggan of The Athletic about how Giants coaches Wink Martindale and Mike Kafka could fit as next Colts HC, Chris Denari shares his thoughts on the Pacers losing streak, Mike Chappell talks on the potential fina

    Brendan King and Vince Welch chat with Dan Duggan of The Athletic about how Giants coaches Wink Martindale and Mike Kafka could fit as next Colts HC, Chris Denari shares his thoughts on the Pacers losing streak, Mike Chappell talks on the potential fina

    (00:00-24:17) – Tuesday’s show begins with Brendan King welcoming in the great Vince Welch who will be hosting along side BK the next two days. Vince takes us down memory lane from when he worked in this building when it first opened up. Also, Vince and BK talk about the importance of the upcoming draft for the Indianapolis Colts and all the needs present for the team. Plus, Vince and BK talk a bit about college basketball around the state of Indiana     

    (24:18-38:57) – New York Giants beat writer Dan Duggan of The Athletic takes some time to shares his thoughts on Mike Kafka and Wink Martindale, two Giants coaches, who are linked to the Colts head coaching opening. Plus, Dan looks back at the 2022 season of the New York Giants and what the overall feeling is in New York after the loss to Philadelphia this past weekend.  

    (38:58-44:57) – Hour number one ends with Vince giving some shoutouts to some local sports stories including a Indy tie to the Australian Open and Crispus Attucks’ win over Cathedral.

    (44:58-1:17:16) – The TV Voice of the Indiana Pacers Chris Denari stops by to give us the latest on injured star guard Tyrese Haliburton. Plus, Chris reflects on the struggles of the Pacers without Haliburton over this seven game losing streak. Also, Chris talks on the need for others to step up without Tyrese available and why it hasn’t happened yet. Later, Chris previews tonight’s matchup against the Chicago Bulls.   

    (1:17:17-1:29:14 – We’re back from break with Vince and Brendan discussing more on the Indiana Pacers who will face off against the Chicago Bulls. Plus, the guys look back at the NFL Divisional Round and give their thoughts on the upcoming AFC and NFC Championship game.

    (1:29:15-1:34:10) – Hour number two closes with Vince and Brendan discussing this past weekend for Vince, where his son got married. We also discuss the never ending debate of wedding band vs DJ.   

    (1:34:11-2:00:20) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 stops by to share his initial thoughts on the beginning of the Colts offseason. Chapp evaluates the pool of talent available to be the next head coach of the Colts and what fans can expect from the in-person finalist interviews. Additionally, Chapp talks with us regarding what he feels the Colts will do in the 2023 NFL Draft and what would happen if the Colts don’t believe in one of the top QBs in the field.      

    (2:00:21-2:15:21) – The great David Eha of the Ball State Radio Network joins the show to take us through his thoughts on the incredible start to the season for first year head basketball coach Michael Lewis. Plus, David talks about the overall strength of the MAC this year.

    (2:15:22-2:18:53) – Tuesday’s show ends with Brendan and Vince asking Jimmy Cook for the JCook Plays of the Day. Plus, Brendan and Vince hand out a bet they both like tonight and we look at the sports slate this evening including Pacers-Bulls.  
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    • 2 hr 18 min

Customer Reviews

3.0 out of 5
745 Ratings

745 Ratings

Jmb1033 ,

Great content

Dan is very entertaining and keeps the Indy media on blast.

Ragna Jock ,

Dreadful

If you want to watch a man devolve into a cro-magnon life form, this is your show.
He was a great basketball analyst.He blew that chance too. Now poor Danny is a little small time shock jock. That's it

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Highly recommended

Very entertaining podcast. Keep up the great work.

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