On this week’s show, the All-Star cast of William H. Strafe, Midtown Mo, Ness, Dr. J, Streetz & J. Mikey discuss… Oscar Pistorius: do you buy the s–t he’s shoveling? (1:00 mark) Manti Te’o wetting the bed at the NFL Scouting Combine and how it will affect his draft status (9:45) If Tom Brady’s 3-year, $27 … More This Is It | 2.27.13: Pistorius, Te’o & The Golden Boy
Ever since Vlad Jones-McFly convinced him that the NFL Draft was better than the NBA Draft, J. Mikey has become our Mel Kiper, Jr., scouring reports across the Interwebs to determine the 32 most coveted players in football’s amateur ranks who will be first-round picks in this April’s NFL Draft. These are early, early (and … More J. Mikey’s Mock Draft 1.0
On this week’s show, Midtown Mo returns from his hiatus to join William H. Strafe & Vlad Jones-McFly to discuss 4th and 29, the Giants beating the Packers, the Nets beating the Knicks, Lane Kiffin’s dumb decision to go for it on 4th and goal down NINE points, and the overrated Georgia Bulldogs … More This Is It | 11.28.12: From 4th & Goal to 4th & 29
William H. Strafe, Midtown Mo, Vlad Jones-McFly & Streetz discuss the five worst teams in the NFL, the best team in the AFC, Notre Dame’s chances to play for the national title and the latest rift between Shaq & Dwight Howard. Mobile device? Click here. (Also, right click and hit “Save As” to download.)
After a two-week hiatus, we return to discuss Ozzie Guillen’s stupid comments and Bobby Petrino’s stupid actions. We also discuss the “resurgence” of Carmelo Anthony, why Kanye West & Lamar Odom are girly men (not in those words) and present the newest evidence for Hoes Be Winning: Warren Sapp. Hit play below to listen. Click here if … More #seveneighteen Podcast: You Had One Job! ONE!
Midtown Mo and William H. Strafe give their wild-card weekend playoff predictions and argue if Santonio Holmes is a top-12 wide receiver. Also, Strafe eulogizes the New York Jets, Mo explains the Kardashian effect and discusses UFC while Strafe takes a nap. Click here to check it out.
As the only two unbeaten teams left in the nation, LSU and Oklahoma State, both 10-0, control their own destiny in the race to the BCS title game. But getting those last two wins will be easier said than done. LSU could very well lose to Arkansas, while Oklahoma State has to get past big … More seveneighteen Podcast: This Week in College Football