(1) Say what you want about Cumulus, they pull out the stops when it comes to the draft and the result is some entertaining, informative broadcasting. I don't know much about college football and frankly don't care much about it, but the show holds my attention.
(2) Norm is the acknowledged expert, but my ears perk up when I hear the resonant murmur of Bob Sturm. Don't let the guy anywhere near an interview, but even his occasional asides are worth listening to. The more I hear of the guy and read his blog, the more admire his real sports savvy.
(3) It is disconcerting to hear Mike Rhyner as the yuck-monkey. I always like hearing his voice, but I'm not entirely sure what he's doing there. I'm not sure he knows, either. Throws in a gag or a non-specific observation here and there. I'm not being critical -- I'm just saying that when he's not running a show doing what he's good at doing, it's faintly discomfiting to hear him just there without a role.
(4) Junior Miller, along with Sturm the most astute sports mind on the station, delivered a scorching SO this morning, predicting that Dez Bryant would be as productive as Randy Moss over his career. One of the things I admire about Junior is that he is not one of these guys that is more interested in not being wrong than in the possibility of being spectacularly right. That attitude makes America great.
(5) I'm still somewhat puzzled by Todd Archer. After a promising start on The Ranch Report, I didn't think he rose to the occasion, as I suggested here and here. Again, he's an agreeable radio presence, but what more does he bring? In his defense, I think he was doing a live instant Q&A online during the draft last night, which was surely distracting.