Today, Colin campaigns for the NFL to move the kickoff to the 50-yard line. He explains why change can be a good thing in a career, and why Bob Stoops should ditch Oklahoma to take the LSU job. Jared Goff’s career could be ruined by Hard Knocks because first impressions last, and Greg Cosell is in the house breaking down film from NFL Week 1. Come for the sports, stay for the UFO talk with bestselling author of Bringing Down the House and The Accidental Billionaires: The Founding Of Facebook, Ben Mezrich. Today, in The Herd.
“Great wide receivers are the luxury sports cars of the NFL, but they aren’t worth a point without a good quarterback.”
Greg Cosell – Senior Producer NFL Films. Meat sandwich time on Mr. Cosell’s first visit of the year. He’s breaking down the tape from Garoppolo, Prescott, and Wentz, why people who know think Wentz has huge upside, and what he saw that he liked from Brock Osweiler. Colin is happier than a kid on Christmas.
Matt Leinart – Heisman Trophy Winner and Fox Sports College Football Analyst explains why Urban Meyer is a quarterback whisperer, his favorite offensive coordinators during his career, what’s wrong with USC, and why he tells kids they probably won’t be professional athletes.
Jerry Jones – Dallas Cowboys Owner joins the show to have word with Colin about Dak Prescott. He explains why he likes Dak, why he doesn’t worry about Dez Bryant as an intimidating presence for a young QB, and how business is business in the NFL, even when you’ve established relationships.
Ben Mezrich – Author of Bringing Down the House: The Inside Story of Six MIT Students Who Took Vegas for Millions and The Accidental Billionaires: The Founding Of Facebook joins the show to discuss his new book The 37th Parallel, how his opinions on UFO’s have changed since he began writing it, and what Hollywood megastars are going to star in the movie adaptation.