Andrew Luck, Josh Kaufman, Gracie Gold, Nick Goepper, and more chat with us about Race Day—but Michael Feinstein wins for the best answer.
"It is so nice to have a virgin experience at this stage in my life," says Michael Feinstein. "And so I will be coming with great expectations but no attachment to any particular driver."
The bronze-clinching slopestyle skier stops by IM to chat about dating, growing up in the Midwest, and what’s next for him.
"I really want people to know how my story started and the values and hard work that I embody," he says. "A lot of my friends are from these amazing mountain towns. I want people to know that where I come from, it’s different. I hope it says something about my character."
A state senator is sanctioned by legislative leaders over comments made via Twitter and in a press conference, the Indiana Pacers trade Danny Granger, Nick Goepper’s mug quickly appears on a cereal box, and a big-time NFL reporter says “cheese” at Napolese downtown.
@ChetStrange: "My whole day is ruined cause Ellen ain't on the tv! These god dang Olympics!" #overheardatthediner
The coming and going of two sports stars, a slopestyle-skiing Olympic medalist and an NBA pro, respectively.
As the 30-year-old Pacers star, Granger, heads east to Philly, the Hoosier-bred Goepper, just 19 years young, is clearly ready to stake out his space in this state's sports lore.
One Hoosier hosted another on last night’s show.
The two-time X Games gold-medal winner claimed his second in slopestyle skiing over the weekend. He’ll also compete in Sochi at the Olympics next month.