With Kevin out of pocket this week, Austin and Jeremy speculate on his whereabouts before evaluating the big moves at the NBA trade deadline, including the Rockets’ acquisition of Lou Williams from the Lakers. The guys then discuss Jameis Winston’s comments that girls should be “Silent, Polite, And Gentle” and why Winston shouldn’t be giving life advice to elementary students. The show wraps up with insight into Rory Mcllroy’s golf outing with Trump, MLB rule changes and Tom Herman’s infatuation with pastrami.
Austin and Kevin are all alone in the studio this week, with Jeremy and Hunter out, and they dive headfirst into a smorgasbord of topics: CBS’ recent NBA all-time top-50 players list; what is going to happen with Tony Romo, and is there any chance he’s a Houston Texan by the time next season rolls around? (Austin says, ‘yeah,’ and Kevin says, ‘no chance’); the brother of North Korea’s Glorious Leader Kim Jong-Un was assassinated by a woman who believed she was competing on a prank show, per The Guardian – Austin has some thoughts on what exactly is taking place behind the scenes; One Texas State legislator introduced some ludicrous anti-emoji legislation which natch led Austin and Kevin into a discussion of some of the weirder/crazier laws on the books in Texas today; finally, the guys take a look at Mark Zuckerberg’s manifesto and the future of journalism.
Austin and Jeremy breakdown Baylor’s thrashing of TCU and the Bears’ prospects heading into March Madness. The guys discuss the Big 12’s recent ruling which withholds league profits from Baylor, and Donald Trump’s tumultuous first days in office.
Jake Kaplan, Chron’s Astros beat writer, joins us in studio for an in-depth look at the Astros in the last throes of the offseason and some analysis of the Cardinals hacking scandal that has Chris Correa headed to headed to federal prison for 46 months. Not white-collar, resort prison. Federal PMITA prison. The guys, Austin, Kevin and Jeremy, also respond to the Super Bowl, mere moments after those insufferable Patriots pulled off the largest comeback in NFL postseason history to win an unprecedented blah blah blah… F* the Patriots. Seriously. They’re THE worst. Give it a listen.