I have been thinking and trying to remember all of the people I have interviewed during my time on the radio.

In 26 years, there have been so many. I am going to list as many as I can think of. Let’s start it up.

In no particular order, here we go:

  • Muhammad Ali
  • Darren McCarty
  • John Wooden
  • Jack Tatum
  • Dick Butkus
  • Al Kaline
  • Cal Ripken
  • Jack Morris
  • Mike Tyson
  • Roddy Piper
  • Michael Buffer
  • Fay Vincent
  • Jay Wright
  • Tom Izzo
  • Shane Battier
  • Alan Trammel
  • Ernie Harwell
  • Denny McClain
  • Mickey Lolich
  • Jim Northrup
  • Willie Horton
  • Jim Otto
  • Rick Mahorn
  • Kelly Miller
  • Kevin Miller
  • Ryan Miller
  • John Cooper
  • Steve O
  • Jon Lovitz
  • Tommy LaSorda
  • Harold Reynolds
  • Jim Brown
  • George Brett
  • Bob Griese
  • David Stern
  • Tim Donaghy
  • John Smoltz
  • Henry Aaron
  • Ken Norton
  • Larry Holmes
  • Tommy Hearns
  • “Stone Cold” Steve Austin
  • Kevin Nash
  • DDP
  • Urban Meyer
  • Vince Coleman
  • Ted Nugent
  • Bobby Bowden
  • Terry Hanratty
  • Tom Izzo
  • Earvin Johnson
  • Jay Vincent
  • Vincent Pastore
  • Tim Busfield
  • Donald Trump
  • Barry Sanders
  • Billy Sims
  • Todd Martin
  • Ted  Hendricks
  • Brad Van Pelt
  • Mercury Morris
  • Charlie Ward
  • Barry Melrose
  • Brett Hull
  • Chris Chelios
  • John Saunders
  • Doc Rivers
  • Jeremy Schaap
  • Bryon Scott
  • Don King
  • Kevin Nealon
  • Mushin Muhammad
  • Spencer Haywood
  • Mike Eruzione
  • Sparky Anderson
  • Bob Lanier
  • Dave Bing
  • Mark Fidydrch
  • Goose Gossage
  • Bob Feller
  • Andre Rison
  • Rick Leach
  • Rob Van Dam
  • Paul Heyman
  • Dudley Boys
  • Kevin Sullivan
  • Bubba Smith
  • George Webster
  • Brock Gutierrez
  • Tim May
  • Dick Vitale
  • Zach Smith
  • Archie Griffin
  • Don Larsen
  • Denzel, Drew and Carlton Valentine
  • Scott Skiles
  • Jeff Daniels
  • Lem Barney
  • Charlie Sanders
  • Dawn Wells
  • Donna Douglas
  • Max Baer Jr.
  • Pete Rose
  • John Feinstein
  • Mitch Albom
  • Don Beebe
  • Jay Bilas
  • Rocky Blier
  • Christine Brennan
  • Lomas Brown
  • Eddie Murray
  • Lloyd Car
  • Mateen Cleaves
  • Gerry Cooney
  • Mike Ditka
  • John Dowd
  • Darrell Evans
  • Steve Garvey
  • Mike Marshall
  • George Blaha
  • Tony Granato
  • Hollywood Henderson
  • Ken Kal
  • Greg Kampe
  • Greg Kelser
  • Jim Kern
  • Armen Keyteian
  • Randy Kinder
  • Jeff Tropf
  • Keskin
  • James Laurinaitis
  • Ryan Leaf
  • Mike Lupica
  • Tony Manderich
  • David Mantle
  • Billy Martin Jr.
  • Ron Mason
  • Mark Dantonio
  • Jim Tressel
  • Tim McCormick
  • Craig Monroe
  • Jamie Morris
  • Bob Nightengale
  • Dan Olsen
  • Billy Packer
  • Dan Pastorini
  • Jeff Pealman
  • Dennis Dodd
  • Dan Petry
  • David Rozema
  • Richard Pryor Jr.
  • Mickey Redmond
  • Bill Rhoden
  • Dale Romans
  • Bob Ryan
  • Art Shamsky
  • Brian Smolinski
  • Mike Peplowski
  • Matt Steigenga
  • Lary Sorenson
  • Scott Ferrall
  • Drew Stanton
  • Jim Sundberg
  • Frank Tanana
  • John Thorn
  • Mike Veeck
  • Sam Vincent
  • Chuck Wepnar
  • Lorenzo White
  • Pat Williams

And many more that I cannot remember. To those people, I apologize to have not put your name on this pretty vast list. All of these people listed above I have interviewed at least once.

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