Reports have leaked that Garoppolo is getting pressure to play from New England this weekend, and Colin’s fine with it. Playing hurt is part of gaining respect in the NFL, if it’s not torn or snapped, you have to play.
Colin puts caution tape around a trap-bet with the Warriors and the NBA Over/Under totals.
He pushes back against Clay Travis’ takedown of his theory that the NFL ratings are down because of the election. College football numbers are up because Saturday is the only politics-free day of the week right now.
Wentz or Dak? Who’s the clear choice and why.
Colin obsesses over a wacky theory why Noah Brown’s Catch of the Year against Oklahoma shouldn’t be a catch. He makes his case, complete with a court room demonstration.
And, why he doesn’t need to know Jay Cutler to know who he is. You don’t always need to know somebody to know what they are.
Urban Meyer, Ray Lewis and Joel Klatt drop by to talk football on a Wednesday.
Urban Meyer – Ohio State Head Coach joins the show to look back at the Buckeyes domination of Oklahoma, why he loves recruiting, how he’s been fortunate inheriting quarterbacks at every stop, and why he likes players to have interests beyond football,
Ray Lewis – 2-time Super Bowl Champion 13-time Pro Bowler talks about pain, the importance of playing hurt, the most pain he’s ever played with, why Thursday Night games will shorten playing careers, and why he lays the blames in Chicago at the feet of the front office for keeping Jay Cutler around as long as they have.
Joel Klatt – Fox Sports College Football Analyst is in-studio to talking about what needs to happen to fix USC, how Pat Haden hiring Clay Helton left USC was the worst possible move, his inside info that Chip Kelly wanted the USC job, Notre Dame’s Defensive Coordinator deficiency, and his Almost Sometimes Maybe College Football Upset of the Week.