Sound Off

  • Sound Off November 1, 2012

    Tommy Schoegler and Michael Ledo play Buy or Sell with some NFL teams and discuss whether it's inevitable that the Lakers and Heat will meet in the NBA finals.

  • Sound Off October 25, 2012

    In the first ever Sound Off from Dupont Bar & Grill, Tommy Schoegler and Michael Ledo provide an extensive preview of Notre Dame's game against Oklahoma coming up on October 27th.

  • Sound Off October 18, 2012

  • Sound Off October 11, 2012

    Tommy Schoegler and Dean Pantazi debate and take calls over who will win a national championship first, Notre Dame in football or Indiana in basketball.

  • Sound Off October 4th, 2012

    First Segment: Tommy Schoegler and Kent Hormann discuss how to get your hands on a special Notre Dame football. Second Segment: Tommy and Kent are joined by WTHR Sports Director Dave Calabro to talk about Chuck Pagano and the Colts.

  • Sound Off September 27th

    First Segment: Tommy Schoegler and Kent Hormann preview the show Second Segment: Eric Schneider joins in studio while Vince Pellegrino phones in to talk about the WGA at Sycamore Hills Third Segment: Tommy and Kent talk about the referees coming back and are later joined by Allen Ballard to discuss Treetop Resort in Michigan Fourth Segment: Tommy and Kent take calls on the replacement refs.

  • Sound Off September 20, 2012

    Sound Off discussing the events of the past week surrounding the firing of Matt Lindsay as Luers Head Football Coach.

  • Sound Off: September 13 Episode

    Tommy Schoegler and Kent Hormann discuss Bishop Luers Head Coach Matt Linday taking a leave of absence, Bob Chase's NHL award, TinCaps in the Midwest League Championship Series, Notre Dame's move to the ACC, and take your calls.

  • Sound Off: Sebring Talks 'Homecoming Game'

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - The News-Sentinel Komets beat writer Blake Sebring is known for his writing. Sebring has covered the K's on a daily basis for over 20 years.

  • Sound Off: Cox On Hatch Ruling

    INDIANAPOLIS (Indiana's NewsCenter) - The IHSAA granted Canterbury guard/forward Austin Hatch a fifth year of high school eligibilty as Hatch continues his recovery from a 2011 plane crash that killed his father and stepmother.