Stefan Krajisnik put a bow on week 6 in college football, including reaction from media Monday at Mississippi State and Ole Miss. They also discuss upcoming kickoff times and how Tim Cook is to blame for Michael's technical difficulties during his Mississippi State Facebook groups.
Estimated reading time: 2 minutes ACC Nation Staff @accnation - Sports news 8 is this week's episode of ACC Nation's Weekend Wrap. The guys enjoy the sweet, sweet tears of Crimson Tide fans. Plus, they wonder where Paul Finebaum is now when it comes to Nick Saban. You know Finebaum, the guy who infamously proclaimed Dabo's Dynasty Done? Don't hold your breath waiting for his response. That game headlines our weekly 'Ooopsies' Top 25 upsets list along with some games that were just far too close for comfort. And, of course we jump into the madness of ACC+1 college football. If you weren't pumped up during this week's games then you might want to see a Doctor to confirm that you're still alive. Indulge us, if you will, for a few minutes, okay, many minutes in which to savor the deliciousness of Texas A&M knocking off Alabama. There's nothing quite like a loss to help bring the 'bragadocious' back down to Earth. So, maybe that won't sink in with one loss. So, we're predicting Georgia lays some 'whoopass' on Alabama and owns the SEC. Would that mean Tide fans will be sitting at home watching the Dawgs go for a national title? Like we said, delicious. We've all come to the conclusion that a madness, much like Rabies, is spreading like wildfire through both divisions of the ACC. Everything you thought you knew last week (think baby and bath water) got tossed out on Saturday. Some of the scrappiest games we've seen in a long time flooded the airwaves this weekend. Sorry Comcast subscribers. Close scores, last second (literally) efforts and even overtime were part of the discussion. DONATE Sports News 8 Have you followed or subscribed to ACC Nation yet? You can listen to us through your favorite podcast platform, on ACC Nation Radio or watch us on YouTube. We'd appreciate a five-star review of the show as well. https://youtu.be/SGzEl1J3Peo
"The Blitz" Podcast HR1: "Was This a Coaching Problem?" 9/27/21 - @RyanRathfoot 's Day of Reckoning -@_ChanceCollins 's Saturday of struggle - What's going on with Finebaum? Kiffin to USC? - UT Game Breakdown: Half by Half - @TreighPatterson vs @ccollier64
Braves big weekend, Duvall's non-homer costs bettor big time, broadcasters still not traveling with team is b.s., Finebaum outdoes himself on Lane Kiffin rumor, Kiffin trolls USC, Saban nuts up on media again, Oregon player starts his own cryptocurrency, Falcons hurting, best MLB player from 1994-99, how the St. Louis Browns/Baltimore Orioles got their name, why Tom Brady really left the Patriots, Draco Malfoy still bad with a stick in his hand. petedavis.buzzsprout.com, Pete's Tweets, This Day in Sports History. Come for Babe Ruth and Rocky Marciano tidbits, stay for how to lose half a million dollars in one minute and how Betmgm may be fairer than FanDuel
Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to preview Week 4 of the college football season, Wisconsin vs. Notre Dame, LSU vs. Mississippi State, Tennessee vs. Florida, and so many others along with Finebaum on Deion Sanders at USC, Kiffin on Alabama and the transfer portal and the latest on CFP expansion (1:00). Then, Fangraphs' Jon Tayler joins the program to talk the card incident between the Rays and Blue Jays, more Padres front-office changes, the Cardinals, Anthony Gose, more (75:00). To wrap, The Michigan Daily's Daniel Dash joins the show to talk Michigan football through three weeks, Cade McNamara's development, the new defense, Josh Gattis, Ohio State and more (120:00). Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Matt Green, Jon Tayler & Daniel Dash Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
And of course 5 minutes after I sign off news comes of UGA's QB J.T. Daniels oblique injury, Braves still first, Ozuna get out of jail free card, Trevor Bauer's season finished, how the Red Sox got their name, what's wrong with the Yankees? Shohei Otani & Babe Ruth's last two games on the mound, MLB f's up again, Phillies bullpen even worse than last year, MLB pitcher nuts up in Korea, Falcons, NFL giraffe dies, Notre Dame legend Terry Brennan passes, why is Ja'Marr Chase having trouble with big brown balls? bowl game cancelled, Captain America left off Ryder Cup team, Shaq & Sir Charles attack Ben Simmons again, petedavis.buzzsprout.com, Pete's Tweets, This Day in Sports History. Come for the Braves best pitching prospect, stay for Tom Brady's phallic-themed commercial. Breaking News: JT Daniels may miss the Georgia game with UAB & Carson Beck may start according to Finebaum
Just in case Canes fans are wondering how the show would celebrate a big victory by the Canes Saturday, we revisit how Hoch and Crowder celebrated Miami defeating Notre Dame in 2017. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We talk a little college football to begin this hour. What do we think of cfb landscape as Finebaum says it's a disaster right now? Do we agree? What Greg Sankey said about the alliance and college football playoff. We have some 'Headlines with Caroline'. Plus another NFL team is having some COVID issues as well.
No live show today, but we have audio of former K-State assistant coach Jon Fabris calling into the Paul Finebaum show to defend the honor of Bill Snyder. Plus, an extended interview with Fabris telling Snyder stories. Enjoy.
This guys discuss Dan Patrick and Paul Finebaum's recent thoughts on college football. Patrick believing the sport is too predictable, Finebaum stating the expanded playoffs will save the sports from itself. Clemson QB DJ Uiagalelei signs a national commercial NIL deal with Dr. Pepper...did Clemson get the raw end of the deal? Plus the latest on the Gamecocks with Hale McGranahan of The Big Spur and Part VII of our "It's Time For Carolina Football" series with Keith Allsep, host of the Locked on The Gamecocks podcast.
Braves crack the sound barrier! sad life of the great J.R. Richard, Trevor Bauer's lost season his own fault but he had help, Cubs continue Chicago tradition of mixing sports with gambling what could go wrong? Indians/Guardians about to leave Cleveland? Sark is crazy & looks just like Jack Webb, Finebaum nuts up on Pac 12, NFL starts as players hate their union, IOC kicks out Belarus bullies, Cornhole in the Olympics? maybe the most beautiful Olympian ever, best MLB players ages 20 to 41, Juventus thinks it's funny to post a pic of their lady player pretending to be a Chinese coolie but comes to find not many others do, petedavis.buzzsprout.com, Pete's Tweets, This Day in Sports History. Come for breaking news about Bobby Bowden, stay for transcripts of Bauer's alleged victim laughing about him beating her up during sex
Transition into 2021 hits the Alabama Offense hard, which makes this fall camp particularly entertaining and informative. In addition to numerous staring positions on the line, including quarterback, the unit also debuts new offensive coordinator Bill O'Brien who may be singularly able to implement the multiple offense of Saban's dreams. Blow the horn, let's go. Fall camp is upon us. Quarterback – Pre-Camp Projections Reality is this is Bryce Young's job to lose, and the early competition may not pose much of a contest. This should allow both time and room for Bryce to spread his wings. Remember, there was speculation a year ago that Bryce might beat out Mac Jones. Funny to reflect back on that now, but it speaks to Young's potential and promise. Roster/Rotation Behind Bryce Alabama dresses two scholarship quarterbacks in soph Paul Tyson and true freshman Jalen Milroe. While stocked with potential, the Tide's quarterback room is rail thin on experience. What to Watch For Bryce will be brought along quickly, getting most of the high value reps with the ones and it'll pay results early. Meanwhile, one of the hottest battles in camp is for the backup position behind Young. Predictions Lots of positive news flowing from camp. I believe Bryce is the real deal, and Alabama will install a version of the offense slanted to his strengths. Milroe wins the second spot on talent and upside. Besides, he is better equipped than Tyson to run the version of the offense being rolled out for Bryce. Further, it may be important to start the clock on his career while determining if he has a viable future at the position. 5-Star Tyler Simpson jumps aboard in 2022 and potentially a Manning follows in 2023. It will be important to break up any apparent log jams as early as possible. Running Back – Pre-Camp Projections Neither graduation (Najee Harris), nor roster defections (Keilan Robinson and Kyle Edwards), have diminished the luster on Tide's depth and talent at the running back position. If there is a complaint, it's that the experience is thin. Yet two backs (Brian Robinson and Trey Sanders), enter at least their third year in the program and talent runs deep across the rotation. Roster/Rotation Senior Brian Robinson has either waited his turn or not delivered on his potential, depending upon who you ask. A valid case could be made either way and B-Rob will have every chance to sway the jury throughout camp and early into the season. The rotation immediately behind B-Rob consists of Sophs Jase McClellan and Trey Sanders, true and red-shirt, respectively. Rounding out the rotation (or leading the charge for many teams), is Soph Roydell Williams and Freshman Camar Wheaton. What to Watch For Trey Sanders' health is the easiest watch item to call across the roster. After a foot injury derailed 2019 and a bumpy start to 2020, Trey looked like an emerging star in a 12 carry, 80-yard breakout performance against Mississippi State. Days later he suffered a devasting injury resulting from a car crash. Depending on his form, he could land anywhere within the pecking order. Fawning over Camar Wheaton is watch-worthy but consider the sources and specifics of the praise. Is it typical 5-star hype or is Camar bringing something unique and dynamic to the table early? Does Roydell Williams bridge the gap that appeared to present on the field between he and Jase McClellan? Was this even a legit gap or was it more the circumstance of play? Predictions Barring injury, Brian Robinson does nothing to lose the RB1 role in camp though I wonder if he has the juice to hold the mantle all season. Jase quickly becomes the feature back even if he does not always get the first carries of the game. He has game breaking burst which forces attention from the defense. Zero chance all these guys finish their careers with Alabama. Either they are as good as we think and won't wait in line. Or they aren't and can't. In another world, we would space out their careers and rest confident in being set at the position for the next decade. Even typing that it sounds like something I've said about a Saban running back room before. Alabama problems, right? We will miss Keilen Robinson once he finds his role at Texas. Wide Receiver – Pre-Camp Projections The receiver position promises as much mystery and excitement as Alabama fans have seen in years. It also carries with it the heavy mantel of expectation after consecutive seasons churning our multiple first round NFL draft picks. Roster/Rotation John Metchie III is the only given at the position, but there is plenty with which receiver coach Holmon Wiggins can work. Slade Bolden is a versatile slot receiver who performed well in relieve of Jaylen Waddle during 2020. He's not nearly as dynamic but he's a perfect candidate for many of the slot packages new offensive coordinator previously ran in New England. Ohio State transfer Jameson Williams exemplifies Saban's selective and strategic use of the transfer portal. Presto, seasoned speed and legit threat ready to stretch the field and open up the underneath. Agiye Hall announced his presence during A-Day with aplomb and many already believe he's the next great Alabama receiver. Sophs Javon Baker, Traeshon Holden, and Thaiu Jones-Bell; along with freshmen Ja'Corey Brooks, Christian Leary, and JoJo Earle round out a deep and talented corp. What to Watch For Pecking order is the key watch item this fall. Specifically, do true freshman Hall, Earle, Leary, and Brooks leapfrog last year's freshmen Baker, Traeshon Holden, and Thaiu Jones-Bell. Individually, each of the freshmen ranked higher than the sophs, who each return with a year in the system. It shapes up to be a live competition. Predictions Jamo's transfer does not bode well for Xavier Williams whose strength is his speed though he has struggled to see consistent action. There have even been mixed reports whether his name remains on the roster. Agiye Hall cements himself as being on par with Metchie. Holden quietly reeled in 8 catches during A-Day. He may develop into a quiet chain moving target. Brooks and Leary both see action, thereby solving the pecking order riddle. Tight Ends – Pre-Camp Projections This is another position with an interesting mix of young and unproven talent. Junior Jahleel Billingsley returns the most experience but represents a departure from the typical mold under the Saban system. Major Tennison most closely mirrors the model but may struggle to retain a role as the 3rd tight end with the emergence of Cameron Latu. Roster/Rotation Billingsley is a super-sized receiver and should post impressive numbers for an Alabama tight end within Bill O'Brien's influenced offense. Latu plays an in-line role but watch for him to leak out against overmatched linebackers. He'll be a chain mover. He's also primed for a breakout after waiting at both DE and TE for the roster to break his way. Kendall Randolph is more offensive lineman but will align as a tight end in short yardage situations. What to Watch For Does Alabama use Latu as a receiver or primarily as a blocker in the passing game? This is the window of opportunity Major needs to capitalize on in order to sustain meaningful playing time. Which youngster makes the most noise in camp Caden Clark or Robbie Outz? Winner here likely starts in 12 personnel in 2022. Predictions Cameron Latu breaks out this season. His production will not rival that of Jahleel but expect Latu to make a name for him self with key first downs, surprise big plays, and physical blocks at the point of attack. He has finally found a home position with accrued service time. He takes full advantage. His assigned jersey number 45 may be influencing me, but look for Robbie Ouzt to play a little H-back, fullback especially in short yardage as the season progresses. Offensive Line – Pre-Camp Projections A sure competitive hotbed during fall camp is along the offensive line. Yes, Alabama returns 3 starters from the national championship game. It is also true only 1 man returns to a position at which he recorded multiple starts during 2020. Suffice to say, there's work to be done. Fortunately, Alabama boasts a talented and deep assemblage of offensive linemen, and an acclaimed veteran line coach in Doug Marrone leading the way. Roster/Rotation Junior Evan Neal is moving to left tackle while Chris Owens and Emil Ekiyor will man the Center and Right Guard spots, respectively. Thus, focusing competition to left guard, right tackle, and swing players the interior and exterior positions. What to Watch For Rotations, rotations, rotations. Finding the best five is a jargon we will hear throughout camp and early on we're likely to hear about players moving around every day. Pay particular attention to guard positions with heated battles featuring Damieon George, Javion Cohen, and Darrian Dalcourt all vying to line up opposite Emil Ekiyor. At right tackle JC Latham will compete most directly with Damieon George. Predictions Left to Right, I suspect we see the following two-deep when the dust settles. LT – Evan Neal, JC Latham LG – Javon Cohen, Damieon George C – Chris Owns, Darrian Dalcourt RG – Emil Ekiyor, Pierce Quick RT – JC Latham, Damieon George Yes, this version repeats players which makes it more of an injury triage lineup than a true line-shift two-deep. The preseason updates will iron out both interpretations. Now that we have reviewed the pieces, let's consider the offense as a whole, and payoff one of my bold statements from the beginning. What to Watch For From a basis of limited viewing periods, it will be challenging to get a sense for how the offense is coming together during fall camp. Scrimmages will help, especially ball distribution stats, just know those are easily manipulated. Listen for less tangible measures to determine how the offense is progressing. How early does the line settle out and what does Saban say about the pressure allowed by the first unit? Is Bryce comfortable with his progressions, are pass catchers turning heads and making plays at varying levels across varying positions? This offense does not have a Smitty or Najee primed and ready to go – at least that we yet know of – suggesting an offense by committee early on. Camp reports will mirror this by underscoring competitions and rotations. Frustrated or negatively minded reports may call this a lack of clarity, or a failure of someone to step up, which Finebaum wannabes will spin into missing leadership. Optimistic reporting will emphasize the talk about the wealth of potential weapons and playmakers on the roster. I lean to the later based on what know about the parts and pieces along with the architect at the helm. If most reports highlight different players but the overall theme is the right work is getting done, then that is a good place. Its messy and not fan friendly where we prefer a pre-packaged menu of stars, but it is aligned with the style of play we'll experience early. Prediction Bryce grows as a football player before our eyes this season. He may even start slow, but my guess is he'll be dynamic by season's end. Meanwhile, Alabama's offense will be a sort of multiple-hybrid – yes, inventing terms over here – and I am coming to believe that new OC Bill O'Brien may be singularly able to implement the multiple offense of Saban's dreams. Multiple in that the Tide can wage attacks from a variety of platforms and formations – 3 TE bunch formations to move the chains and 5 wideouts attacking downfield on the ensuring first down. Dynamic in that the Tide will require defenses to defend the full field. Hybrid in that Alabama will go back to using the offense to protect the defense at moments during the season. It may not be full ground and pound, but shorter passes to occupy the play clock and frustrate the defense, especially once a lead stretches above two possessions. Consider the New England Patriots offense, which O'Brien coordinated for a time. The team's offense gameplan varied week to week. A running game one week and a downfield passing team the next, all based on the opponent and available personnel. This season Alabama has as diverse and deep an offensive roster as I recall. The only knock is youth and inexperience but gameplan vignettes can work better in doses as it distributes the load. Do not get me wrong, to the average fan or naked eye the game play will largely look the same. But watch to see if the personnel and mode of attack adjusts throughout a game beyond the standard changes that occur when its time to rotate in the backups. Yes, I am bullish and adventurous in how I expect the Tide offense to perform during the '21 season, but let's agree it's not the record setting, all gas no breaks attack from 2020. This team will have a distinct flavor. Remembering that Saban is not always on the trend curve because he sometimes is the trend curve, I suspect this incarnation of the Saban offense will play homage to its roots by selectively layering in components of complimentary football. This promises to be fun to watch. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
News breaks of Dusty Hill of ZZ Top's death, Braves pound Mets, Austin Riley have a night, MLB trades, whither Adam Duvall, everything offensive about every MLB team's name, Strasburg & Trea Turner down, Clemson to the SEC? Longhorns fans feeling their oats on Finebaum show, Gators play UCF, Stanford flip flops on NIL while recruiting for Bama, Lamar Jackson has Made in China bug again, Aaron Rodgers packing again, Bucs coach cusses media, politics destroying Olympics, latest on Simone Biles, media elites tell you to shut up, clean AND jerk?! Sir Charles Barkley has a word for you unwashed and unjabbed, petedavis.buzzsprout.com, Pete's Tweets, This Day in Sports History. Come for Arch Manning trolling entire state of Mississippi, stay for the manatees of water polo
Final hour of The V Show this Thursday. Jeff and Nick play some Finebaum sound on SEC expansion. Then the show goes off. the. rails! Process joins talking about a local legend he saw out in public. NY Mike calls in to announce he can drive again and is heading back home to NY to take care of some "business". Patty Ice joins and Nick battles Biscuit and Jeff on last night's hot dog eating choice. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Andy and Grossman talk about “the Stankey leg”, an update on the hot dog eating contest, the Skyline Chili conversation, the greatness of bacon jam, Andy is bothered by 2 things in sports, Stoops goes on with Finebaum, and “hump it” makes an appearance. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Peter Burns, filling in for Paul, speaks with Former LSU RB Jacob Hester about SEC football. He also continues to enlist the help of Finebaum callers in order to find Cam the producer a CFB team to root for. Auburn and Alabama emerge as the two favorites.
Peter Burns, filling in for Paul, takes calls and speaks with The Athletic CFB Reporter Max Olson about all things college football. Plus, Peter gets the help of Finebaum callers in order to find Cam the producer a CFB team to root for.
Mike Griffith talks SEC football with Paul Finebaum, digging into why this might finally be Georgia's year, why Finebaum thinks JT Daniels is the best QB in the SEC, and what about the contract extensions for Nick Saban and Dan Mullen, and, is Texas A&M for real?
Jason & John Show, Tuesday, June 22, 2021, Hour 3 (w/ESPN's Mike Golic Jr. on NIL/NCAA changes and more in Seg 2) .... Finebaum cont' then Seg 1: US Olympic Basketball team Seg 2: Mike Golic Jr. on NCAA changes/NIL Seg 3: Suns GM/former GM McDonough See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
SIDELINES 19 June 2021 - Saturday's Edition of SIDELINES on Sports56 with Rob Browne along with Jimmy from Chicago, Coach Glenn Rogers, Finebaum's original Producer - Bob Lochamy, Stat Tiger, Billy Roberts in Atlanta... On fire with College Football! … Continue readingSIDELINES 19 June 2021
The College World Series gets underway this weekend with Vanderbilt, Tennessee and Mississippi State out in Omaha - hear from some of the SEC Network's experts with their thoughts on the SEC's chances. Also, preseason recognition for some SEC football players as the Walter Camp preseason teams are out - we tell you who made it. And we go Around The Conference with plenty of SEC football tidbits, and we hear some clips from Cole Cubelic on The Paul Finebaum Show, as he tells us why he's high on Kentucky and Mississippi State this year, and not very high on Auburn. Follow Chris on Twitter @ChrisGordy and @LockedOnSEC Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's birthday week at Taylor-Dodd Manor, which means we get to hear about how lost Mike would be if it wasn't for Jenny. Then, we stop down for some audio of Paul Finebaum accurately describing the current state of the Longhorn football program.
-Finebaum, once again, said Monday that he believes Scott Frost should be on the hot seat heading into this year. Many will agree, but probably not the majority of fans. How about our listeners? -Also—per Sean Callahan, Nebraska looks to be trying to go after defensive backs in the transfer portal…we thought that was their […]
Jim Donnan, Radi Nabulsi, Jake Reuse, and Dayne Young discuss Georgia's record-setting number of selections in the 2021 NFL Draft and what it says about the Bulldogs' program now. The guys share what they are hearing about the Major Burns transfer and what is next for the heavily vacated secondary. We finish the show with your questions and share what we learned from our interview with Paul Finebaum of the SEC Network.
Paul Finebaum from the SEC Network joins Jim Donnan and Dayne Young to discuss where Georgia is as a program, how the Bulldogs are preparing for upcoming changes with name, image, and likeness laws, and why Athens is the best college town in America. Finebaum also gives take on new SEC hires and the contenders for the college football playoff.
Dawgs lose another WR to injury yet add games with Louisville, Soroka is back! MLB Power Rankings re: Braves, Final 4 set, Japanese pxp, Lou Williams back w/ AtlHawks, Kevin Durant vs twitter no-talent, Jazz lucky to be alive, Finebaum warns about Orgeron, Arthur Blank on new voting law, NFL 17 game season & how the Falcons look with it, MLB Hall of Famer disses "Cream Puff players", Supreme Court about to change college football and basketball as we know it, bring me the head of Looie the Chattanooga Lookouts mascot, petedavis.buzzsprout.com, Pete's Tweets, birthdays, death of Knute Rockne and Jesse Owens. The episode in which we answer the musical question, is Babe Ruth a cream puff?
The NBA is said to have 'Player Empowerment' on lock due primarily due to guaranteed contracts, but are we startin to see a paradigm shift of sorts in the NFL, in particular to the QB position? While I respect his take on most things sports related, Paul Finebaum swung and missed badly with his comments about Deion Sanders using Jackson State as a 'stepping stool'... All this so called 'hoop talk' lately bout players not from this ERA being "plumbers", we decided to spotlight my dude Doctor J and what he did at the infamous Rucker Park that won't ever be quantified by mere statistics, and Mos Def disqualifies him as a plumber! Y'all act like REAL COMP didn't exist til 2003...
We begin the hour with the news out of the SEC that they are changing their broadcast partner to ESPN/ABC after the CBS contract expires. SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey joined the Finebaum show and hear what he had to say about it. Jared and Floyd were right about Clowney and the Titans. Why didn't it work out? Joe Rexrode joins the show to talk about it. We wrap up with some more thoughts on the SEC leaving CBS in the next TV deal.
Doug Holton brings the Auburn Football season to FMTalk1065, taking Tiger Talk into Over Time on this Thanksgiving Day show with Coach Rick Cleveland, former Finebaum co-host Bob Lochamy, All SEC defensive back David King, and Coach Brent Bedsole Iron Bowl Auburn v Alabama
Veteran's Day and ballplayers, SEC games rescheduled due to insidious Fu Manchu virus, more panic porn from Kornheiser, Wilbon, and Finebaum, Fighting Irish kill their parents and Thanksgiving, how to use the word color if you want to keep your job, Tiger's menu, Tommy Heinsohn. best & worst QBs in Broncos history, no more Florida Man jokes as Florida Man with Down Syndrome first to finish an Ironman Competition, Falcons are consistent but at least one is a winner, Brian Snitker should have been 2nd, Tony LaRussa will never manage another White Sox game, Penn State proves Einstein's theory, player sues his ballpark, Bill Belichick hates the Jets and coffee and not in that order, how are you not a "cultural fit" on a football team? petedavis.buzzsprout.com, Pete's Tweets, This Day in Braves and Sports History, birthdays. Listen and learn where to get great scotch even if you don't like scotch. But not coffee. You're on your own on the coffee
R.J. Bell joins and says he doesn't trust Washington right now and would bet on the Giants this week. Paul Finebaum says there are rumors that Nick Saban will be on the sideline this weekend despite testing positive for CoVid-19 earlier this week. Can the Giants afford to lose again? NFL picks are made.
Here are the topics Clay covers in the Friday, August 7, 2020 edition of Outkick the Show:Coronavirus update – What were Cuomo and Murphy doing?PGA Championship ratings hit a 5-year high even with Tiger showing mostly on ESPN+Jim Harbaugh vs Ryan DayMuschamp zings Finebaum on Finebaum’s showBrett Favre goes blondeJays mess with Reese McGuire and play ‘Beat It’ as his walk-up song