March Madness is here and Austin Staton previews the field, offers advice for those making brackets and makes his final four picks.
Flying solo this week, Austin then discusses the Rockets big win over the Cavs and the thrilling weekend for the World Baseball Classic.
Paul Catalina from ESPN Central then joins the show to dissect Baylor’s chances in the East Region of the NCAA Tournament and whether or not Tony Romo will play a down for the Texans this season.
Kevin then interviews Lee Jenkins, senior NBA writer for Sports Illustrated, and dives into James Harden’s MVP-caliber season and expectations for the Rockets heading into the postseason. ICYMI, checkout Lee’s latest with SI on James Harden.
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Baylor Bear Insider Jerry Hill joins Austin and Jeremy to discuss Matt Rhule’s first few months on campus before breaking down the on-court success of Baylor men’s and women’s basketball heading into March Madness.
Contributor Hunter Atkins then joins Austin for a full-length discussion on the Rockets playoff push and an early look at the Astros during Spring Training.
The show would not be complete without Austin and Jeremy discussing the NFL Combine and John Ross’ blazing 40-yard dash and notable player absences from the marquee event. Then the guys discuss SpaceX and Elon Musk’s bold plans to send private citizens around the moon, Uber’s scheme to deceive authorities worldwide, and The Ringer’s best fast food items in America.
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.
Welcome to Episode 70 of the podcast, we hope you survived Black Friday (we barely did).
The guys open the show by discussing the fallout from Tom Herman’s move to the 40 acres in Austin and what it means for the future of the football program at U of H.
Dallas Morning News and Texas Monthly columnist Matt Mosley then calls in to discuss the coaching vacancy at Baylor and why Colorado’s Mike MacIntyre is the ideal candidate for the job. Mosley then opines on Tom Herman’s move to Texas, why it isn’t necessarily a homerun hire for the Longhorns, and what U of H should look for in a new head coach (hint: Row the Boat). Lastly, Mosley analyzes Baylor basketball’s hot start following a come-from-behind win over Louisville in the Bahamas.
Kevin had dinner plans (or perhaps was still sulking over Herman’s departure on Saturday) so Austin and Jeremy wrap up the show and recap the college football landscape and the various coaching vacancies within the state of Texas.
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