UCLA is lucky to be done with the Ball circus
Yesterday, Laar Ball announced he was pulling his middle son LiAngelo out of UCLa because he thought the punishment he received for shoplifting during a team trip to China was too harsh.
Colin thinks UCLA is lucky to be clear of the toxic Ball circus, especially now that the only son that can play, Lonzo, is already in the NBA. In one week, UCLA hired Chip Kelly as head football coach and parted ways with LaVar’s constant pot stirring.
This has been as good a week as UCLA sports fans have had in a long time.
The Bengals and Steelers are a lot alike, except at quarterback
The Steelers beat the Bengals in another knock down, drag out AFC North fight last night, which included hard hits, personal fouls and plenty of flags. The win improved Ben Roethlisberger’s career record against Cincy to 23-7.
Colin sees a number of similarities between the two teams, from the blue collar cities they call home, to their identity as hard nosed, physical teams, but ultimately the reason the Steelers have largely dominated the rivalry is because they have Big Ben at QB and Cincinnati has Andy Dalton.
It’s just that simple.
Doug Gottlieb – FS1 Analyst and host of The Doug Gottlieb Show is in-studio talking LiAngelo Ball leaving UCLA; why it’s a huge win for the Bruins; and the injury risk of football.
Jason Whitlock – Co-host of Speak for Yourself is in-studio talking Ryan Shazier’s injury, and why he thought the broadcast went overboard in condemning the play.
Earl Watson – FS1 NBA Analyst is in-studio talking struggles in OKC; if the Cavs should be favored against the Celtics in the playoffs; and his 8 game changing NBA players.
Russell Wilson – Seattle Seahawks quarterback joins the show to discuss his training regimen; how he keeps his eyes downfield when he scrambles; how long he wants to play in the NFL; and why it’s important to give back off the field.