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The Best of “Conversations with Clayton”: Season 1

A few highlights from the past six months.

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For the past six months, I’ve been interviewing sportswriters, bloggers and broadcasters for my new column, “Conversations with Clayton.”

Here are a few of my favorites:

BC Interruption football recruiting analyst A.J. Black and I discuss not only the Boston College Eagles, but the ins-and-outs of Mike Tyson’s Punchout.

Siena basketball broadcaster A.J. Kanell and I discuss Mario Kart as well as the state of the union among mid-major college basketball programs.

The bard of New Orleans sports Scott Alexander provides some historical context for “Pierre the Pelican,” New Orleans’ newest mascot.

Running the Bases podcaster Tucker Wells tells me what’s what about Atlanta.

Cowboys Ride for Free site manager Cade Webb makes the case for Mason Rudolph as a Heisman candidate.

Cincinnati Bearcats broadcaster Matt Noonan knows a thing or two about about NBA Jam.

Big Ten football writer Dustin Schutte made the summer grilling season for me.

SI Now and SB Nation’s Travis Hale and I talk some Tecmo Bowl.

Sam Razz, Dustin Rensink, and I talk University of Houston Athletics’ emergence as a national sports power.

Canadian baseball journalist and author Danny Gallagher talk about the history of the Montreal Expos.

Daily Campus writer Reece Kelley Graham and I discuss the future of SMU football, Hacksaw Jim Duggan and college football video games.

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