We are over halfway now through the NFL season and the trade deadline has passed. Teams are now positioning themselves either for the playoffs or the NFL Draft. Last week ended a few yards away from a successful week in my picks, so now we will regroup and turn last
Brandon and Jonathan recap the week in sports including the NFL and NCAA Football weekend, review the Colts big win vs Falcons and have an exclusive interview with Eastern Kentucky University Women's B-ball coach Samantha Williams and more!
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Brandon and Jonathan recap the NFL and college football weekend. The guys recap the Colts win and if they need to worry about Vinateri kicking game? The guys talk Ben Roethlisberger injury and where the Steelers go from here. The guys talk "tanking" in the NFL and how good the
Brandon and Jonathan recap a lack-luster Super Bowl that didn't play out like many expected. The Patriots reign as champs for the 6th time again and Brady continues to cement his legacy. The guys recap the weekend in college basketball with Purdue and Indiana's big wins and a lock ahead
Brandon and Jonathan recap the week in sports including Victor Oladipo's season-ending injury, where the Pacers go next, and what to expect the rest of the season. The guys give their Super Bowl XLIII preview and official predictions. The guys talk college basketball and can IU snap this losing streak and
Brandon and Jonathan recap the Week 14 NFL and go over thoughts and predictions on College Football Bowl Games and talk college basketball as the season heats up and more!
Brandon and Jonathan recap the Week 4 in the college football season, and the NFL Week 3 including the Colts game and the Browns 1st win. NBA Training camps are opening around the league and the guys talk troubles in Minnesota with Jimmy Butler, the Pacers expectations and more!
We have seen this script before.....back in 2001-02 and 2004-05 and this year will be no different....the New England Patriots vs Pittsburgh Steelers for the right to represent the AFC in the Super Bowl. 232