Skip and Josh reminisce (in person) about some of their greatest memories of March Madness, including some memorable championship teams, fantastic finishes and of course One Shining Moment. Also in this episode: Skip’s ‘how I met your mother’ March Madness story, plus the Mailbag.
Incredibly with everything going on in the world and all sports shut down the guys still manage to discuss sports, only now the games are the classic ones on TV that are thirty years old. In hockey: How did the 80’s Oilers ever lose? And the NHLPA player poll. In college basketball: More March Madness memories and a look at some of the great Duke teams from the 90’s and 2000’s. The mailbag prompts an in depth discussion about the 90s Expos. Also: Skip is going to watch WrestleMania and thoughts on Chick-Fil-A in Toronto. Recorded April 4, 2020.
Josh opens the show with some early season thoughts on College Basketball including the return of ‘What Bugs Me”. The guys discuss the NHL concussion lawsuit and Gary Bettman’s induction into the Hockey Hall of Fame. Major League baseball handed out their awards and Jacob deGrom’s Cy Young win has sparked some controversy. Its week 11 in the NFL; Skip is hoping the Eagles can save their season, Josh is taking the over in the Rams-Chiefs game and the Packers keep finding ways to lose. Recorded November 17, 2018.
The guys start the show with College Basketball and Duke’s huge win over Kentucky. In the NHL (12:43) some Senators players got into some trouble with an Uber driver and there were some big coaching changes. Also in this episode: NFL gambling advice (24:38), MLB free agents (26:09) and Josh has some podcast recommendations (30:20).
Recorded March 4, 2018. In this episode: Final thoughts on the NHL trade deadline. The start of the beardless Tomas Plekanec era in Toronto. The NHL playoff picture. Josh’s crush on the Vegas Golden Knights. Bad uniforms and outdoor hockey games.
March Madness is almost here; Skip is having a love-hate relationship with Duke. How will recent recruiting violations affect the sport, specifically Arizona coach Sean Miller. Josh’s thoughts on Virginia Tech’s coach and how to blow a four point lead in less than one second.
In baseball will Shohei Ohtani be more valuable in fantasy leagues as a pitcher or hitter.
Recorded Feb 24, 2017. Skip and Josh start the show by discussing the extremely busy week in college basketball, the Duke Blue Devils, the projected #1 seeds in the upcoming NCAA tournament and Bill Walton’s sanity. The guys talk NBA, the All Star game and trade deadline day. They also preview the upcoming NHL deadline day and the playoff picture. Josh tells us why TSN is really bugging him and the guys ponder other important questions like: Who still buys CDs and what is the future for Jay and Dan? Download this Episode (right click, save link as)