On Thursday’s Good Morning Show:
We spoke to Todd Herriott, an Omaha native who was a professional cyclist and is now a bike shop owner and endurance coach in Seattle. He talks about the cycling world’s reaction to Lance Armstrong admitting that he doped while racing, and what the opinion was of Armstrong during the height of his success.
We also spoke to Jerry Hudson, the former KFAB talk host who comments on the news of the week every Thursday morning at 8:20. This week, Jerry informed us that he is sick of the fear card being played by both sides in the gun control debate.
To hear this and past interviews, go to the Good Morning Show podcast page.