Scott co-hosts The Scott Garceau Show, an afternoon drive-time Sports Talk Show on Baltimore’s 105.7 The Fan that is also telecast on MASN. A member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame Board of Selectors, he is one of 44 members that meet each year at the Super Bowl to select the Hall of Fame inductees.
The light suspension handed down by Roger Goodell has been widely criticized as a slap on the wrist. Scott Garceau talks about what that means for Rice.
Bias is a unanimous no-brainer pick in that category, considered the greatest basketball player in Terps history he finished his college career as Maryland’s all-time leading scorer and a 2-time ACC Player of the Year.
The nation’s top 44 senior boys and girls will be at Towson University this weekend for the 9th Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Classic
They’ve fallen and it’s doubtful they can get up. Here’s a look at some teams and players who’ve failed miserably so far in this 2014 season.
Barring any rain outs the Orioles will play game 81 of the 2014 season Sunday afternoon when they close out this 4-game series with the Rays.
Scott talks about what Steve Pearce means to the Orioles and his potential role on the roster moving forward.
There’s plenty of thunder in those bats but hardly a whimper when the A’s and Jays got shutdown by Orioles rookie Kevin Gausman this week.
With LeBron James tied up in knots on the bench it’s safe to say the heat helped beat the Heat in game 1 of the NBA Championship series.
Armen Keteyian on the Scott Garceau Show Armen Keteyian, Emmy Awarding Leading Corespondent on the 60-Minute Showtime, gives is inside on the drugs going on in horse racing. Keteyian has been working on this investigation […]
Mark February 24, 2014 on your calendar, that’s the day the Orioles signed Cruz to a 1-year, 8 million dollar deal. What a steal!
By the third Saturday in May or this Memorial Day weekend we’ve reached the quarter pole in the season and Scott Garceau takes the opportunity to analyze the Orioles start.
The Draft and the Orioles sweep of the Rays had many, including Scott Garceau, wearing out their remotes last night.