Subbi is back from his holiday cross country road trip and the Shark is back as well despite the Football Team losing on Saturday. The boys are all together for the first time in 2021 and they talk Texas and Shaka Smart. Is there a correlation between his hair and his success? Then we discuss Illinois’ up and down season. Is Brad Underwood to blame for this inconsistency? They’re just an unpredictable bunch. We then head to the northeast to highlight BU wearing masks while playing and UConn jogging our memory as they’re in the top25 representing the Big East. We also did some rebranding. It’s no longer “Gamblin’ & Griswoldin” but rather “Please Sir, I Want Some More” The Shark and Taylor give you more winners (losers as well). Then we finish it off with Where Am I? and Hugs.
Sam and Mason talk all things Grizz, including their latest win over the shorthanded Nets. The duo discusses lineup combinations, some things that they like and dislike from the past few games, praise the rooks, and end the show with hot topics from around the League.
Taylor again takes the mic and goes iso on the first episode of the new year. The episode begins with some thoughts on the NCAA’s official announcement of the tournament being held in the Indianapolis metro area. From there we bring in Palmer Yoakum to discuss Kentucky basketball, their struggles this year and where they go from here. Plus we get to hear about some behind the scenes moments in Big Blue Nation. After our interview, Texas is highlighted as the team of the week along with Iowa’s rise back to the top five. The episode rounds out as we take a look at why Washington basketball is so bad and then look ahead to a few of the week’s best matchups. Taylor ends the show with a hug for the listeners and reminds everyone that no man is a failure who has friends…and no podcast is a failure who has listeners. Happy New Year theatergoers!
It’s 2021. 1.9MM are killed by a deadly virus.
Podcasters are free to roam the earth and talk 1995’s sci-fi bizarro tour de force from Terry Gilliam.
– Grizzlies fall to Lakers in Marc Gasol’s return home
– Player and team trends so far this season
– We provide an update on where the Grizzlies record stands compared to our pre-season predictions to this point
– Many minutes were spent lamenting the ambiguity of the Grizzlies’ injuries
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With several significant contributors sidelined with injuries for the foreseeable future, more of the Grizzlies workload will rest on the broad shoulders of Jonas Valanciunas. Let’s take a look at what that could mean for the starting big man, and the Grizzlies as a whole.
No Shark today as he’s licking his wounds from Haskins & The Football team. It’s probably a good thing because Arizona self imposed a postseason ban and Taylor & Subbi dive into that. They also welcome good friend of the program and Tucson Local, Ted Skroback, to offer insights and opinions on the program, Sean Miller and the future. Then we discuss the callousness and lack of awareness from the NCAA with their “Mask Madness” campaign and touch on the Big Ten’s depth. We finish up 2020 with Where Am I? and Hugs. Happy New Year, gang!
Destiny? Fate? Love across the continent? No, it’s just In the Can. The CHIEF is joined by his wife to talk this 1993 romantic comedy classic
Saddle up on your tauntauns, we’ll SEE YOU IN HELL as we talk the 40th anni of the sci-fi fantasy classic (and possible best sequel ever)!
The Titans were unable to keep pace with the Green Bay offense and ended up losing 40-14.