Will Yu Darvish take the Dodgers all the way? Should the Astros have done more? Was John Urschel, the Raven who took early retirement to pursue a PhD at MIT, the last true recruit of the tragic Joe Paterno? A few Beano Cook memories, the late, great college football analyst, particularly on his interview with a Heisman Trophy winner who turned down the NFL…and more.
The Schwab Speaks again! And as Kyrie Irving just unfollowed LeBron James on Instagram, the Schwab weighs in on the Cleveland soap opera. Will Derrick Rose be the answer? Meanwhile the Schwab takes issue with those who aren’t impressed by Branden Grace’s 62 in the Third Round at the British Open (lowest score ever in a major) and weighs on in the activity in the NL Central. Where will the next big MLB trade come from? Share your feedback with us!
Will we see Venus in a Majors Final again? Can anyone beat Roger at the US Open? Did anyone watch NBA Summer League? Did the Nationals do enough to shore up their bullpen with their recent move? Ah, The Schwab speaks on this and more. Send us feedback! We’re getting ready for a full-throttle launch and want your thoughts.
Let’s face it-the Home Run Derby is really the interesting part of the All-Star Break. So…chill tonight (or tomorrow) and listen to the one and only Howie Schwab on the first half of the baseball season, which NBA teams are making smart moves in the off-season, his beef with the NY Jets, and why tennis needs to reworks its ranking system. Oh and that is just for starters.
We’re still in the pre-season ourselves with this podcast so leave comments, send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org), and ask us questions!
Ah, it’s time for The Schwab Speaks. And does he have some opinions on the NBA signings, MLB Rookies, everything Wimbledon, and judging in Boxing. Share your thoughts with us, ask us questions, leave comments. We want to hear from you.
This is our first podcast! It’s a trial run. Jean is having fun posting a day and a half after taping because of Howie’s pick for the men’s winner of the French Open. Ah, but you’ll have to listen to find out who…
We’d like your feedback as this is one of our trial runs. We’d love your thoughts on
-number of topics
-questions you’d like to hear answered
-well anything that you think that we should know!