Steve Davis co-hosts the Norris and Davis Show on 105.7 The Fan, and has been a staple on the Baltimore TV and radio scene since 1994. On a national level, he has reported for FOX Sports and FOX Sports Net, and hosted radio programs on SiriusXM radio. Steve has won dozens of awards throughout his career, including the National Story of the Year, an Edward R. Murrow Award, two National Headliners awards, Best Sports Anchor, Best Sports Story, Best Sports Coverage, and numerous honors from the Society of Professional Journalists.
The question is, how long do you commit to him and how much do you pay him.
Maryland missed a chance to keep their NCAA hopes alive by not beating Syracuse. I can’t say it is a game they should have won, but they sure could have won it.
It’s not like giving up a first rounder in the NFL, where, at the very least, the guy will start for you for a few years, and might even make some Pro Bowls. Totally different story in MLB.
Prior to this, I thought the off-season was a disaster, an F. They needed to upgrade the rotation, get a DH, fill holes and hopefully upgrade LF and 2B, plus try top extend Davis and/or Wieters.
Here’s a look at the winter storm in our area.
Steve Davis gives some parenting advice. Our youth need a break from the normal “junk” TV and a chance to experience a new world of athletic competition as well as a great opportunity to be patriotic.
Michael Sam announced on ESPN over the weekend that he his gay. This has spurred much conversation regarding his draft stock, fan reaction, and more. Steve Davis chimes in.
Vegas has the latest odds after the Super Bowl for next year’s Super Bowl. They put Atlanta and Detroit above the Ravens and tied with the Redskins and Texans (2 teams that had 3 and 2 wins respectively and fired their coaches).
One of the interesting debates about the Seahawks performance is whether or not it was the best ever by a defense in the Super Bowl.
We all know what is #1 for most people. Football. We don’t need a poll to tell us that, although we got one.
Steve Davis likes the hiring of Gary Kubiak BUT he isn’t the universal cure for the offense.
It is being floated that the NFL might address the fact that the extra point has become far too easy. Does that mean just getting rid of it or making it more challenging?