Your host, Brian Goodwin, breaks down and discusses the day's most relevant sports topics. We include solo shows with Brian, co-hosts, interviews, and different segments. It's sports and we have fun with it.
On today's show, Brian previews Week 2 in the NFL by discussing his betting card. We compare player props with betting sides and totals; we talk through how to bet the Raiders coming off the MNF win; and we look at teams we expect to bounce back after losses in Week 1. Then, Brian gives his best bets for the week,
On today's show, Brian broadcasts thru a monsoon to bring you thoughts on both primetime games from Week 1. First, yes, the Rams won and Matthew Stafford looked impeccable. But....are we ready to crown this team? Then, on MNF, Brian wonders aloud about whether Lamar Jackson can win with how he plays the position.
On today's show, Brian details his gambling card for Week 1 in the NFL. We talk about why a couple unders might be the smart plays (not the fun plays), what games can be teased with the Tampa Bay line, and we've got a couple moneyline parlays for you that are sure to cash in (no question, 100%, must cash in, locks of the week).
Football is here!! And Champ joins Brian to discuss the upcoming season -- playoff teams, Super Bowl picks, plus season-ending awards. Champ has to defend why the Bears are a playoff team, Brian doesn't back off his Falcons love. All that and some fantasy football talk to start the show.
On today's show, Champ stops by to offer his insight on the remaining four divisions we have left to preview. We ask and answer the following questions and much more: Can anyone challenge the Chiefs out West? Is Belichick out for blood? Are the Bills legit SB contenders? Why does Champ hate the Falcons? Could Carolina surprise people? How many games do the Lions win and is there a chance Minnesota is equally as bad?
It's almost time for your fantasy football draft, and Brian's here to help guide you through some of the players you need to be a little cautious with. We've got a top-12 list of players to "Beware Of" in your draft.
Champ joins us to breakdown all things NFC East and AFC South in our latest divisional preview shows. How good can Dallas be? Are the Giants the sneaky, smart pick to win the division? WFT's defense is championship caliber, but is it enough? Plus, how badly will the Titans miss Arthur Smith? Can Frank Reich work more QB Magic? And are we sleeping on the Jags? But first, we have exclusive audio from Green Bay and what happened after the Aaron Rodgers presser last week when he sat with the Packers GM.
Brian's back from vacation and ready to dive into NBA Free Agency. We ask the following questions: what kind of roster is Lebron overseeing in L.A.; do people really believe Kyle Lowry puts the Heat into the NBA Finals discussion; and what has Kawhi proven with the Clippers in two years?
On today's special Weekend Show, Brian runs thru various sports topics: Aaron Rodgers retirement report, the Olympics are boring (sorry), Bruce Arians is Teddy Roosevelt, Cole Beasely versus Jerry Hughes in Buffalo, the Giannis stories continue, and the STC MLB team of 2021 is on fire (not in the bottom three in the league any longer).
The Milwaukee Bucks are NBA Champions. Giannis is a monster, and Brian examines his Game 6 performance as well as his historic Finals run. How will we view these Finals? What's Giannis' legacy trending towards and where is here right now among the league's best? We wrap up by looking at other winners from the Finals.
On today's show, we look back at Game 5 of the NBA Finals -- Jrue's steal, Middleton's offense, Giannis being Giannis. Plus, Brian discusses how the Bucks have come into their own right before our eyes during these playoffs, going back to Game 5 at Brooklyn. Then, we look to Game 6 and what needs to happen for the Bucks to win the title and for the Suns to extend the Finals and send the series to Phoenix for the deciding Game 7.
Champ returns to the show to help with divisional breakdowns in the NFL. The AFC North: The guys talk about quarterback play in Cleveland and Baltimore; how expectations with the Browns have changed; why the Bengals have a bright future; and why a rebuild in Pittsburgh might be happening sooner than we think. The NFC West: the impact of Matthew Stafford's addition in L.A.; how the 49ers rebound from 2020; the confusing Cardinals and why it's on Kliff Kingsbury to get them to the playoffs; and why Seattle looks like the worst of the bunch. Plus, predictions and more.
Today, we open with Brian giving his thoughts on poor Bryson and his problem with his driver. Then, the Bucks have evened the NBA Finals thanks to The Block and Middleton's 40-point Game 4. How'd we get here and what's next as the series transitions back to Phoenix for Saturday night's pivotal Game 5.
On today's show, Brian dives into handicapping this year's Open Championship from Royal St. Georges. We examine things to know plus trends to consider, and then we give you some prop bets and positional finishes to check out. Lastly, Brian gives you his two picks to take home the Claret Jug this Sunday.
On today's show, it's time to re-focus on what Giannis can be. The two-time MVP is outplaying expectations while dragging the Bucks back into the series with another dominant performance in Game 3. Plus, how has the series changed and can Phoenix make adjustments.
On today's show, Phoenix has the look of a champion and we'll break that all down. But the Milwaukee Bucks still have Giannis -- and some other signs of hope are there as they head back to Milwaukee for Game 3. Then, Brian dives into the second installment of NBA Offseason Moves -- examining where Ben Simmons might end up.
Today, Brian embarks on installment #1 of NBA Offseason Moves. We start with Damian Lillard and the report from Chris Haynes that Dame Time appears to be ticking down in Portland. How'd we get here and who should be the suitors for the All-Star's services?
Chris Paul wills the Suns past the Clippers with a legacy-affirming 31-point second half in the clinching Game 6 in Los Angeles. The Suns are in the NBA Finals, while in the East, both the Bucks and Hawks are doing it without their respective stars. Milwaukee took Game 5 and the offense looked much better. Can the Hawks reclaim the energy they had in Game 4 to force a Game 7?
On today's show, how can Milwaukee Bucks show their faces after their start to Game 5 against the Trae Young-less Hawks. Yes, Giannis got hurt, but what happened in that first half? Plus, who would have thought a year ago we'd be talking about the Clippers as being a tough, resilient team?!
We open the show with pure delight as Brian reacts to the Detroit Pistons winning the luck of the lottery and getting the number 1 pick in the NBA Draft. How will Cade Cunningham fit in this Piston roster? And why is this the only sensible move the Pistons can make at 1? Then, we look at the WCF Game 2 -- Suns up 2-0 on the Clippers. No CP-3, no problem; and the Clippers for the third straight series find themselves down 0-2. Why is this time different? Finally, we preview the Bucks-Hawks series.
Who's to blame in Philly? There's plenty to go around. We look at all the different angles after the 76ers get ousted by Trae Young and the Hawks. Then, Brian gushes over Kevin Durant's epic Game 7. We close out NBA Talk with the Suns (sans CP-3) taking Game 1 over the Clippers. How will the Clips respond now down 0-1 for a third straight series? Finally, your boy was awful with his U.S. Opens predictions -- but Bryson's collapse made it all worth it.
On today's show, Brian gives you all the advice you need to fill out your betting card for this weekend's U.S. Open at Torrey Pines. But we have to start with Kevin Durant torching the Milwaukee Bucks last night in the Game 5.
On today show's show, we open with the developing situation in the Nets-Bucks series, as Kyrie goes down. How's this impact the series and should we expect James Harden back sooner than expected? Plus, Phoenix and CP-3 advance to the Western Conference Finals; the "resilient" (???) Clippers; and the 76ers llok to put the Hawks on ice. Then, Brian talks U.S. Open and gives advice to all 16 AFC teams.
On today's show, the Atlanta Hawks are dead and the 76ers are rolling. Then, we know the Bucks are down but we're not slandering Giannis on this show. Not happening!! Brooklyn can't miss and they are probably going to win the NBA title. Plus, Donovan Mitchell steps into his new role as a stone-cold-killer as Utah goes up 1-0 on the Clippers. We wrap up with an evaluation of the Julio Jones trade.
On today's show, we start with a big THANK YOU to Patrick Cantlay and where some early bets could be placed on the U.S. Open at Torrey Pines. Then, we talk NBA Playoffs. Luka needs help!!! The Hawks win Game 1, but Philly's got this. And what impact will Harden's hamstring have on the Nets-Bucks series?
Join us for our Weekend Special of the STC Podcast! We've got Mavs-Clippers Game 6 to recap plus the second round matchups in the NBA that start Saturday evening. Then, we say goodbye to the Lakers, Lebron, and AD. And maybe, just maybe, Portland should be saying so long to Dame Lillard. We wrap up with some bets for the Belmont and how our hopes and dreams are tied to Patrick Cantlay, Kyle Stanley, and Tony Finau at the Memorial Golf Tournament.
On today's show, Brian puts on bow on some first round series -- Sixers do it without Embiid, Trae Young the villain at MSG, and Utah overmatches Memphis. Then, we look at how the Hawks could push the 76ers in their second round matchup. Finally, the L.A. teams face elimination -- but Brian's here to calm Lakers fans and explain what's going thru Lebron's head entering Game 6.
On today's show, Champ joins Brian to discuss all the happenings from the NFL's offseason and which teams positioned themselves best for the 2021 season. How good can the Browns be? Kansas City and Tampa Bay each took steps to staying on top. The Chargers might have the right QB and coach in place to break their curse. Brian, also, doubles down on the Falcons turning it around with Arthur Smith at the helm. Plus, the AFC South stinks. Just stinks.
Luka's on a mission and the Clippers are packing it in! How have things gone so wrong for the Clips thru two games at home versus Dallas? Plus, the Lakers and AD do the expected; Boston is ready for vacation; and Denver won't go quietly.
We recap the weekend by starting with Phil's win at the Ocean Course. We discuss what happened to the contenders and other surprises from the weekend at the PGA. Then, the NBA Playoffs got started and we talk about the possibility of this being Luka's moment. Can anyone trust the Clippers? The Bucks might be in for a death battle with the Heat. And once again, Anthony Davis has gone missing.
The NBA regular season is over. Now it's on to the play-in games and the first round matchups. Brian looks at the enticing storylines, matchups, and then gives some bests bets and predictions on the playoffs as a whole.
Brian reacts to the release of the NFL's 2021 schedule and we conduct an NCAA-style tournament to determine the best game on the schedule. Plus, we have to discuss why Tim Tebow is back in our lives....again.
On today's show, Brian shares his thoughts on the Aaron Rodgers story. Why did news break when it did? Who's to blame? And do you really think fences can't be mended? Plus, we dive into the Lakers-Clippers game from Thursday night and how Anthony Davis is proving time and time again that he's just not that guy.
On today's show, Brian gives his takeaways from the first round of the NFL Draft -- Mac Jones to New England, Justin Fields falls, Trey Lance to the 49ers, and much more. Plus, we hand out some fun awards from Thursday night.
Our annual live NFL Draft show with Champ. We react to everything in real time through the first 22 picks of the first round, including the 49ers settling on Tre Lance and fooling everyone, Justin Fields ending up in Chicago, and the Patriots getting Mac Jones. Oh, and there's the little Aaron Rodgers thing that we chatted peacefully about.
On today's show, Brian examines the five biggest questions that remain as the NFL Draft is just hours away. Is it Lance or Jones at 3 for the 49ers? How far will Justin Fields fall? Are the Bengals Team Chase or Team Sewell? The Falcons can't possibly pass on Pitts, right? And what teams may surprise us on Thursday?