Carter breaks down the recently released 2012-2013 SUU men's basketball schedule and provides a prediction for the season.
Carter discusses Cam Levins' Olympic schedule, the basketball debate, sports to watch and pleas for a stop to the politics amid the games.
Carter takes a break from the Big Sky talk to discuss the MLB trade season, the whacky wild card and the Miami Marlins nightmare.
Carter discusses the Big Sky preseason poll, Big Sky scheduling and the new Big Sky logo.
Part II of a series on SUU switching to the Big Sky: Carter chats with SUU quarterback Brad Sorensen about his big offseason move, rising on the scouts' charts as an NFL prospect and being named a preseason All-American, as ...
SUU is now in the Big Sky Conference. Carter chats with Big Sky commissioner Doug Fullerton, SUU President Michael T. Benson and SUU athletic director Ken Beazer about the transition. Carter then discusses how this will effect SUU's rivalries.
Former SUU Jumbotron president Shawn Nielsen joins Carter in remembering SUU's 15-year Summit League era, previewing the upcoming NBA Draft, and reviewing the early contenders for the MLB MVP award.
Carter discusses the next step for Cam Levins, the future of Lebron James' legacy if the Heat win the NBA Championship and plays the new game "Guess the Cy Young!," featuring 8 of MLB's top pitchers this season.
Carter discusses the storybook ending to Cam Levins' career, Steve Bernier's bone-headed penalty that cost New Jersey the Stanley Cup, his prediction on who will win the NBA Championship, and puts his take on the theory boxing is rigged.
Carter discusses the NBA postseason and whether he feels Lebron can win a ring or not, the Stanley Cup Finals and the surprising play of the L.A. Kings, and the MLB Draft.