This week The Schwab gives his take on the college football playoffs and the upcoming Championship Game. What did he think of Baker Mayfield’s performance? The Bulldogs’ Chances? The inevitability of ‘Bama? Then he discusses the NFL playoffs and his thoughts on the Falcons’ chances, the incredible Rams and James Harrison in a Patriots uniform. Plus some insight into how the bracket for college hoops may ultimately be determined and of course the Vegas Golden Knights.
Howie Schwab, Fox Sports’ Bracketologist, speaks this week on the other college brackets of note, the College Football Playoffs. You may be surprised at his thoughts on Alabama getting in over Ohio State. Plus, his old ESPN friend Herm Edwards’ new job at ASU, whether Scott Frost can bring back the Tom Osborne era at Nebraska, Ben McAdoo’s firing, the Rams’ surge, Gronk’s suspension, and the SEC of course…but in College Hoops not Football! More, much more…listen, share, comment
“First of all Howie, it’s just great to talk ball with you,” says this week’s guest ESPN’s Joe Tessitore. This week The Schwab speaks with Tessitore on this weekend’s Red River (Texas Oklahoma Showdown), SEC, Alabama, LSU, Heisman…and a little boxing to boot. Tessitore also talks about one of his favorite games ever which featured Boise State and Nevada with a relatively unknown Quarterback named Colin Kaepernick. And The Schwab shares his insights on the MLB Playoffs and the NHL’s newest team the Golden Knights. Like, share, comment, and talk sports.
“It’s like being back in the ESPN newsroom,” says this week’s guest, Mike Tirico. And it is. Mike and The Schwab talk about the college football season so far and whether Alabama and Clemson will go the distance. What is it like to cover the home games of Notre Dame and what Brian Kelly is doing differently this season. The NFL and why month one matters…and doesn’t matter. Colin Kaepernick on the field and not off…what Mike’s experiences covering him on MNF were like and which systems he might fit. The Winter Olympics and the North Korean figure skating team that might become one of the bigger stories.