Gus talks about something that happened to him at a traffic light the other day. He noticed men and women in orange vests with reflectors collecting for a charity. When one of the ladies approached his window, she asked him if he'd like to "donate money to the children." Gus thought it sounded kind of sketchy and chose not to donate. He asks listeners if they've ever been approached by street charities or panhandlers and what their policy is for those.
Later, Bob Dunning calls in to talk about the current state of college football, which includes this weekend's biggest games and the news that Alabama coach Nick Saban tested positive yesterday for COVID-19 and will be replaced on the sidelines this weekend by offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian.