The Balance 01/16/2016 with @KentSterling @AnthonyStalter and @SportsDownPat

The Balance 01/16/2016 with @KentSterling @AnthonyStalter and @SportsDownPat

The Balance airs live on Saturdays right here on Indiana Talks, 9-11am ET with your host “el presidente” Tom Marquis and co-host Jordan Maly. The Balance Team brings you sports radio from the fan’s point of view.

The Balance announces they have parted ways with former co-host “That one radio guy” Rick Riggin and welcomes Jordan “The Intern” Maly as the brand new co-host.

Kent Sterling (@KentSterling) from ‘The Kent Sterling Show’ on CBS Sports 1430AM Indianapolis joined the gang to talk about the Los Angeles Rams, the NFL, and some Indiana Pacers talk.

Anthony Stalter (@AnthonyStalter) co-host of ‘The Turn’ weekdays on 101 ESPN St. Louis Radio & NFL Columnist for 101Sports.com/4for4.com. The guys talked with him about the impact of the Rams moving from St. Louis to Los Angeles, what the Cardinals plan to do to stay competitive in the NL Central, & more.

Pat Donohue (@SportsDownPat) recruiting analyst/writer for Rivals.com,TerrapinSportsReport joined us for conversation about #3 Maryland Men’s Basketball and his perception of Melo Trimble.

Jam packed show with phenomenal coverage of the latest hot topics in sports. You can follow Tom Marquis (@ThomasMarq) & Jordan Maly (@JMalyWIUX) on Twitter.

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