In the Herd today, Colin was honored to have Dodger broadcasting legend Vin Scully on the show ahead of his final broadcasts. Mr. Scully contemplated watching flowers grow in retirement, and discussed how he approached the most memorable calls of his career. There will never be another.
Packed football show. The molten hot NFL Week 2 Blazin’ 5 is out, and guess what? It’s packed with winners. Greg Cosell was so nice Colin wanted to hear it twice.
Fresh off the Bills Thursday night loss to the Jets, Colin is over Rex Ryan’s tough guy schtick in a league where the best coaches are getting smarter is old.
A bunch of big time college football matchups this weekend, headlined by Oklahoma/Ohio State. That doesn’t include Colin’s fake I.D. of college football, Iowa. They play Roast Beef Tech until 2019.
“I’m looking at you Iowa. I’m going to be on Iowa every Friday for the rest of my career.”
Vin Scully – Dodgers broadcasting legend joins the show to reflect on his career as he prepares to call his final game, his most memorable moments, how his legendary calls naturally evolved, what he’ll miss most about broadcasting, what he’ll do in his life after baseball, and recalls the day he played against President George HW Bush in a college baseball game.
Greg Jennings – Former Packer and Viking receiver, and 2-time Pro Bowler joins the show to talk about the Brady/Garoppolo, why it’s time for Revis to move to safety, and the real reason Josh Norman didn’t cover Antonio Brown,
Barry Switzer – Super Bowl Champion and College National Championship coach joins the show to talk about whether Bob Stoops should leave for LSU, his thoughts on Oklahoma/Ohio State this weekend, and when he met a 17-year Jerry Jones.