Auburn City Council Meeting, Butch Thompson on 2019, Smitty Grider, & More

D Mark, Jeff, and Coach Dan Washburn preview the guests to be featured in today's show; weather forecast from D Mark; Mayor Ron Anders on the Hamilton's Hotline discusses the City of Auburn council meeting from last night: touring the library, endorsement approval for the ALDOT measured roundabout at the intersection of Farmville Road and North College, expenditure approved with the Alabama Contract Sales to add shelving to the library as well as expenditure for fire-alerting equipment for Fire Stations 4 & 5, meetings on the rezoning rural property on Wire Road near the soccer complex, approved annexations in North Auburn, and land swap on Auburn Lakes Road addressed...7th Annual Auburn Polar Plunge this weekend to support Lee County Special Olympics.

Coach Butch Thompson (Auburn University Head Baseball Coach) comes in to talk about the Alabama Baseball Coaches Association Convention in Birmingham that happened over the weekend, Auburn Diamond Club preseason banquet coming up on February 9th (audiamondclub.com/banquet), goals, information and stats on the team, and a preview of the 2019 Baseball Season.

Coach Smitty Grider (first Head Football Coach at the new Dothan High School) calls into the Hamilton's Hotline: the process of his new position, his success so far, and the staffing (on and off season).

Central High School recruits; thoughts and updates on local high school Basketball scores; Charles Kelly joining the coaching position at Alabama and what his father, Lavon Kelly, had to say about his position.

Studio D discusses recent controversy in the NFL.

D Mark brings up the Auburn University Men's Basketball team loss to South Carolina Gamecocks; Alabama Men's Basketball wins against Ole Miss Rebels; college Basketball rankings.

What did Coach Washburn do last Friday? Alabama Baseball Coaches Association Convention in Birmingham; Bub calls into the Hamilton's Hotline to ask Coach Washburn his thoughts on the Davenport case at Charles Henderson.

 

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