Jim Traber has returned to his usual combative form on the Sports Animal Radio Network, even though he is still hampered after his colon surgery on March 13. Wednesday afternoon, Traber and network colleague Mark Rodgers, also KOCO-5 sports director, got into a heated argument over the OU baseball program and coach Sunny Golloway, which ended with each calling each other a joke and Rodgers saying he was "done” with Traber. By Thursday afternoon, the segment had been downloaded more than 800 times on the podcast page of www.thesportsanimal.com. Traber claimed Golloway, as an assistant coach with OU in 2004, worked to earn the job of head coach by backstabbing then assistant coach Ray Hayward, which caused then head coach Larry Cochell to fire Hayward. Traber also said the OU program was a huge disappointment as it struggled to qualify for the Big 12 Tournament. Rodgers said the Golloway scenario was his opinion and not fact. He also defended the 2008 Sooners, noting the strength of the Big 12 Conference, which had four teams in the top 10 at one time. Traber said the reason Rodgers was defending Golloway was because Golloway let Rodgers and KOCO-5 sportscaster Chris Callahan coach the Sooners in an intrasquad game last year. Traber: "You're a joke!” Rodgers: "You're questioning my integrity! You're ridiculous!” After Rodgers hung up, Traber said: "I don't care if you ever come on here again! If you're going to be all upset at me questioning your integrity, don't come on here again!” Reached Wednesday evening, Rodgers acknowledged Traber made him mad, but said it was nothing personal. "It was a passionate sports argument,” he said. "That's what makes the radio station good.” Rodgers did not appear on Traber's show Thursday.