Davis and Brady join each other in the Star-Tribune studio for the first time to discuss more players transferring out of Wyoming's football program and the updated salary pool for the Cowboys' assistant coaches. Davis then shares his recent American Airlines horror story.
Heading into the summer, Davis and Brady reconvene to skim over Wyoming's football schedule and give their early takes on each of the Cowboys' matchups next season. They then touch on a Texas high school's decision to hire disgraced former Baylor coach Art Briles.
Davis and Brady reconvene to discuss the promotion of women's basketball coach Gerald Mattinson and the loss of perhaps the program's top recruiter. The coaching change also makes them ponder the difficulty of hiring coaches at Wyoming.
Davis and Brady reconvene to discuss next season's Border War being moved to a primetime Friday slot and the reasons behind it. They then review the NFL Draft, Wyoming's spring football and the Cowboys' post-spring depth chart released Thursday.
Davis and Brady reconvene to discuss Joe Legerski's retirement and the legacy the former Wyoming women's basketball coach leaves behind. They then pivot the conversation to the NFL Draft and predict where Wyoming's draft hopefuls will be taken before the weekend is over.
Davis and Brady reconvene to discuss Davis' takeaways from Wyoming's first spring scrimmage and how much if any stock should be put in it. The conversation then turns to what the Cowboys have done and are still trying to do during college basketball's spring signing period.
In this hoops-centric episode, Davis and Brady reconvene to discuss the end of Wyoming men's basketball's trying season and the start of a crucial offseason as it pertains to the future of the program and Allen Edwards. They then give their takes on the NCAA Tournament and make some picks.