The Titans lost their matchup Sunday despite the offense looking strong and able to move the ball effectively. The teams’ defense and special teams continue to be weak points and areas of concern for the Titans.
A lot happened in the college basketball world especially as it pertains to head coaches. We discuss Pat Chamber’s resigning after Penn State conducted their internal investigation. We then make our way to the Pac 12 to discuss Arizona’s notice of allegations and what the future holds for the program and Sean Miller. Does your favorite team have insane local beat writers? Pretty sure in every sport there’s a few so we highlight some of them. Then we discuss the scheduling issues with Disney as a venue vs. Mohegan Sun. Finally we wrap it up with Where Am I? and Hugs
The Titans came up short on Sunday, losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-24. In their first loss of the season, the team showed that some weaknesses still remain, and the offense was unable to overcome the differential put up by Big Ben and the Steelers.
The guys discuss their priorities for the 2020 Grizzlies 2020 offseason as we head into the NBA Draft and Free Agency. They agree on a lot, but can’t seem to get on the same page when it comes to trading for a star.
Fair warning: we went down a few rabbit holes and I think we may need to seek help. The Shark kicks us off with an epic diatribe aiming his vitriol at the Washington Football Team and McCarran Airport. We discuss the new allegations re: Greg Marshall and his time at Winthrop and wonder if there’s another coach more likely to make a scene at his kid’s birthday party. We also discuss Silvio De Sousa’s departure from Kansas and what it means for him and the team moving forward. Then we address our Northeastern roots and discuss UMass as they’ve been hit with a 2 year probation. It always seems like the small schools get pinched while the big boys do not. Real shame. We then offer our thoughts on some teams that will be vastly improved entering next year. We started the show pretty negatively so we had to end on a positive note: Hugs.
In podcasting, everyone can hear you scream. Horror screenwriter Derek Steiner joins Sam to talk Ridley Scott’s 1979 sci-fi horror classic: ALIEN
The Shark makes his regular season debut as we dive into the Gregg Marshall allegations and what this means for the head coach and the program. Then we take a look at some familiar coaches in not so familiar places. We also discuss the Marquette jersey disappointment, Evan Wessel and how we’re just like Good Luck Chuck. Finally we end it with Hugs.
In a league where shooting is king, the defensive-minded player is often forgotten — Memphis Grizzly Kyle Anderson may be a player existing in an era that is not suitable for his style of play. Let’s take a look behind the curtain and try and determine if the Kyle Anderson signing of several summers ago was a positive move or a detriment to the organization.
The Titans won in stunning fashion, taking home the W and outscoring the Houston Texans 42-36. The Titans continue to offer up exciting games and show no signs of being slowed down by recent events or lack of practice time.
Big man Sam Ayomide announced his commitment to the University of Memphis on Tuesday night.
Penny Hardaway continues his hot streak on the recruiting trail with his third commitment in the last two weeks — and fourth in the class of 2021. Following the commitment of Sam Ayomide, 247Sports bumped Memphis’ 2021 recruitment class up from #11 to #3.