Episode

  • S3 E18: Sports Toughest Questions


    Join us this week as we look at sports toughest questions...with a twist. First, we each give our favorite sports moment of 2020. Next, talk about one rule in sports we each wish could change. Then we review a bucket list item of one arena/stadium we most want to visit. Lastly, we give our thoughts on “would you rather: sports edition” as we are forced to pick side for 10 of sports most interesting questions.

  • S3 E17: Stupidity & Finances


    Join us this week as we look at a costly play by the Florida Gators, debate the merits of purposeful tanking, dissect the SEC’s new deal with ESPN, and give our thoughts on the college football postseason bowl games. First, we award the Boneheaded Play of the Year Award for a season altering penalty. Next we dive into the the merits of purposeful tanking and if it is right or wrong. Then we review the SEC’s new monster deal with ESPN worth over $3Billion and how fans will feel. Lastly, we give our thoughts on the college football postseason, if the Top 10 is deserving of their spot, and who should be in the CFP top 4.

  • S3 E16: Blunders & Control Measures


    Join us this week as we look at a new football league, an NFL end-of-game mishap, NBA player and staff health protocols, and a surprising boxing match. First, we check in on the Fan Controlled Football League (FCFL), discuss what it is, the merits of letting fans make all decisions, and if this is Madden on steroids. Next we dive into the the NY Jets odd play calling (that has never happened before) to lose a game on the “Tank for Trevor” conquest that cost DC Gregg Williams his job. Then we review new health protocols and regulations for NBA players and staff and debate if this is a realistic expectation or hopeful wishing. Lastly, we give our thoughts on the now un-retired Floyd Mayweather / Logan Paul boxing exhibition this coming February, how this fight came to be, if it’s worth the PPV dollar, and why Mayweather agreed to it.

  • S3 E15: Fights & Football Flexibility


    Join us this week as we discuss Nate Robinson’s “boxing” match, the return of Iron Mike Tyson, Sarah Fuller kicking her way to history, and covid’s continuous impact on the NFL.

  • S3 E14: Beginnings, Ending & Changes


    Join us this week as we look at the the crazy NBA week with that draft and free agency lumped together, preview the college basketball season about to tip off and teams to watch for, see what’s happening in the MLS playoffs and who could go all the way, and review changes to the upcoming NFL ProBowl. First, we check in on the historic week in the NBA with the draft and free agency all within one week, see what rosters are drastically different, and who overspent on a player. Next we dive into the world of men’s college basketball, who we think will make some noise, and some bracketology. Then we review the MLS playoffs, who has advanced, and the wild first round. Lastly, we give our thoughts on that new format for the NFL ProBrowl going virtual and if it will be a success.

  • S3 E13: Sports Decisions & Transactions


    Join us this week as we look at the Miami Marlins making history hiring the first female GM, Louisville Cardinals RB Javian Hawkins decision to leave the season, three big NBA trades hours before the draft, and March Madness going bubble-style. First, we check in on the historic (and overdue) move of the Miami Marlins hiring Kim Ng and what impact this will have for women in the sports industry. Next we dive into the Javian Hawkins’ decision to opt out of the remainder of the CFB season to prepare for the draft and if he made the correct decision or not. Then we review three big NBA trades that are shaking up rosters in both conferences and what teams will choose to do moving forward. Lastly, we give our thoughts on the NCAA implementing a bubble for March Madness and what it will look like.

  • S3 E12: MLB Changes & NBA Dates


    Join us this week as we look at two former MLB managers who were quickly rehired after the sign-stealing debacle in Houston, talk about the merits of implementing a permanent DH in baseball, and review the proposed NBA timeline compared to a normal season. First, we check in on the Detroit Tigers who hired AJ Hinch and the Boston RedSox who brought back Alex Cora to manage. Both were suspended and are now back to work and we debate the merits of the hires. Next we dive into the controversial designated hitter role in baseball, if the national league will adopt this and its impact, and the proposal of having a permanent DH in exchange for an expanded postseason. Then we compare the NBA’s condensed timeline this off-season with a normal off-season and look at the winners and losers. Lastly, Matt goes back into a the college football world as we review a couple key points from this last weekend.

  • S3 E11: Double Takes & Football Fights


    Join us this week as we look at the White Sox brining back Tony La Russa, Trevor Lawrence possibly returning to Clemson next season, and some big football fights at both the college and pro levels. First, Matt goes off script and jumps in to the world of CFB and rankings. Next we dive into why the Chicago White Sox brought back 76-year old Hall of Famer Tony La Russa. Then we debate if Trevor Lawrence should go pro or not and if he will go pro or stay at Clemson. Lastly, we laugh at the number of fights on the gridiron this past weekend and try to figure out what happened.

  • S3 E10: Best of Season 2- Phil Keoghan


    Join us this week as we take a look back at one of our favorite interviews from Season 2- Phil Keoghan from The Amazing Race and Tough as Nails.

  • S3 E9: Crazy Contracts & Championships


    Join us this week as we look at NHL broadcaster Mike ‘Doc’ Emrick’s retirement, World Series predictions, Deion Sanders future at Jackson State, and if anyone can dethrone Alabama or Clemson for the CFB National Championship. First, we chat about the tremendous career of Doc Emrick and his many contributions to the hockey world. Next we dive into a the 2020 World Series, break down the Dodgers and Rays, and offer our thoughts on who will reign victorious. Then we debate about Deion Sanders’ move to Jackson State as the head coach and expectations for the program. Lastly, we ponder about the likelihood of any CFB team dethroning Alabama or Clemson for a national title run.

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