May 15, 2023
In “The Bar” we look the Jags potential two year road trip with potential renovations coming to TIAA Bank Stadium. We told you why this won’t happen. We also looked at their sweet schedule for the 2023 season. We also discuss the fitting NBA finale with the Lakers and the Celtics and what a 5th title would mean for LeBron. We wrapped by looking at the latest with Ja Morant and why there is a HUGE double standard.
December 17, 2022
In “The Bar” we look at the challenges that await incoming NCAA President Charlie Baker and what three things he can focus on that can create some stability in CFB. We examine a new law being passed in Congress that will hurt the service academies while offering zero upside and we wrapped by talking about the tempest around Tom Brady and why this year mirrors his last in New England and that’s standard operating procedure for almost every great athlete.
October 28, 2022
In “The Bar” we tell you why, with a loss to the Rams, the Bucs Fire Sale needs to begin with Fournette and Brady moved first. We explained why Brady’s season is a prime example why all time great athletes never really get happy endings to their careers by riding off into the sunset. We wrapped by giving you the four teams you want to keep winning if really want to create chaos with the CFB Playoff committee.
August 1, 2022
In “The Bar” we examined Bill Russell’s legacy and why his titles and and on the court accolades miss the bigger picture. Now that DeShaun Watson’s punishment has been levied we discussed why the outrage from fans is meaningless unless they quit consuming Watson and the sport. We wrapped by looking at Aaron Judge as he starts his quest to catch Ruth, Maris and possibly Barry Bonds.
July 12, 2022
In “The Bar” we looked at the SEC’s decision to not seek expansion beyond 16 teams for the moment. We told you why Miami and Virginia Tech would make the most sense should they decide to add two more. We took stock in the Kevin Durant trade market and why the Clippers may be his best move “legacy” wise. We wrapped by telling you how MLB can take a page from the NBA when it comes to their play in round when it comes to expanded its Wild Card Round.