Weekends On The Fan
Scott Linehan, Cowboys Offensive Coordinator jumped on with the Fan Jam on Saturday to talk about his new draft picks and his offensive philosophies.
The way Chuck Liddell sees it, the oddsmakers have tomorrow’s UFC light heavyweight title fight all wrong.
If it weren’t for those two losses to the only flyweight champion that the UFC has ever recognized, Joe Benavidez would be perfect.
The NFL Draft is looming, and 105.3 The Fan has it covered better than anyone. Here’s 6 segments of NFL Draft talk with Bryan Broaddus from DallasCowboys.com, Jeff Cavanaugh from the G-Bag Nation, and Kevin Turner from the Ben and Skin show.
The Texas Rangers open the 2014 season on Monday against Cliff Lee and the Philadelphia Phillies. Our panel from 105.3 The Fan weighed in with their predictions for the season.
With the big UFC171 fight at the American Airlines Center – Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey stopped by The Fan to talk with Nate & Fish and to give her insight on the big matches of the weekend.
Carlos Condit looks to secure a title shot against the new champion with a win over Tyron Woodley tonight in Dallas.
The UFC welterweight contender who takes on Carlos Condit in the co main event at UFC 171 Saturday night at The American Airlines Center has quickly earned the respect of the organization’s president.
In this week’s installment of the 105.3 The Fan NFL Draft Show, the gang takes a look at the wide receiver options in the draft, as well as a look at the safeties that might be available for the Cowboys. The gang is also joined by CBS Sports draft guru Dane Brugler, as well as answering questions from listeners.
It’s the 2nd official 105.3 The Fan Draft Show, featuring Bryan Broaddus, Jeff Cavanaugh, Kevin Turner, Mike Dingess, and Nate Wood talking the NFL Draft and speculating the options the Cowboys will have in the first round at pick number 16.
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Just 57 days after defeating Meisha Tate she will face what should be the toughest challenge of her career in Sarah McMann.