The awesome Mirin Fader of Bleacher Report is my guest today on the Because of Sports Podcast! Continue reading “S3, Ep. 4: Mirin Fader, Writer-at-Large for Bleacher Report and B/R Mag”
A friend of mine texted me just after halftime of the National Championship game between Georgia and Alabama and asked me a question.
“You think Alabama really switches [Quarterbacks]?” Continue reading “2017 College Football National Championship: Thoughts On Nick Saban, The Game, and How Kirby Smart Has Georgia Primed For Success”
The Lady Sportswriter, Kimberley Nash, returns to the podcast to discuss Lavar Ball, his recent dustup with Fox Sports 1 (FS1) reporter Kristine Leahy on The Herd with Colin Cowherd, why I found the exchange to be so fascinating (from both sides), and much more. (Run Time: 34 minutes) Continue reading “S2, Ep. 7: Kimberley Nash, The Lady Sportswriter (Returns)”
When talking to Minnesota Vikings Kicker Blair Walsh you get the sense of a man that is focused on what’s ahead. He’s moved past last season, and is primed for a big season for a Vikings team with high expectations. In other words, he’s got the right mindset to play what can sometimes be a very unforgiving position. Most of that is because he knows what’s important, which is a testament to his strong family and support system. Blair, statistically, is a top-5 Kicker in the National Football League since he debuted in 2012. At age 22, he was named 1st Team All-Pro in the NFL (the only rookie on the team that year) and set numerous Viking and NFL records along the way. In 2015, he made almost 97% of the Extra Points he attempted and almost 86% of the Field Goals he attempted. Continue reading “Ep. 13: Blair Walsh, Minnesota Vikings Kicker”
I’ve never been one of those people who circle College Football’s National Signing Day on his calendar every year. In fact, when people ask me my thoughts on high school recruits that doesn’t involve quarterback play I usually refer them here. But something important happened this last signing day that isn’t getting the proper attention (or reaction) it deserves. Continue reading “Why Roquan Smith’s Signing Day Decision May Change NCAA, CFB Recruiting Landscape”
***I want to apologize for getting this out a little late. My sister had her picks in on time and I, per usual, couldn’t get my act together.***
Happy holidays from The Locker! I decided to challenge my sister this bowl season to a bowl pick’em. As was well publicized on her site The Lady Sportswriter Continue reading “Sibling Rivalry: First Annual Bowl Pick’em Challenge Among Siblings”
The long hiatus is over. The Lady Sportswriter and I discuss the first BCS rankings of 2013, the University of Georgia’s injury woes, the ACC/SEC superiority debate, and much more. Listen up, folks!
The Lady Sportswriter Kim Nash stopped by to get us prepped for National Signing Day, February 6th. We’ll also talk about the Super Bowl match-up between the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers. And what are the University of Georgia’s realistic chances at repeating this past season’s success? Join the conversation by calling (773) 897-6129 and give us a listen, Wednesday at 1 p.m. EST
The Lady SportsWriter Kim Nash joined me Monday to talk about the BCS National Championship game between the University of Alabama and Notre Dame University. We also discussed Aaron Murray’s decision to come back as quarterback of the Georgia Bulldogs and who raised their draft stock this bowl season. Locker Talk airs twice a week (Thursday 1 pm EST and Friday 2 pm EST) on BlogTalkRadio.com
Lets get one thing straight, I like Johnny Manziel. I think he’s an exciting player who put together one of the best seasons a first year player could ever put together.
But Manti Te’o was the most outstanding player in college football this season. Period. Continue reading “Heisman Voters Picked The Wrong Guy”