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.
This week the Schwab speaks on Carson Wentz and his thoughts on the future of the Eagles. Plus who he thinks will come out ahead in the Patriots Steelers matchup, what the late, great Beano Cook would have thought of Baker Mayfield, and the need for an 8-team college football. The Schwab saw the Sun Devils men’s basketball team play a game last week and he shares his thoughts…plus he relates an anecdote of when Philadelphia Eagle Chris Long tried to stump him on an NHL question. All this and more…
Coming soon to your screens….The Schwab to Fox as their college hoops bracketologist! But you don’t have to wait…you can hear this week’s views on the Heisman Race (has Barkley blown it?), Justin Verlander skipping the parade for his wedding (he thinks he made the right call), Eli’s future with the Giants and the NFL…and much, much more including this weeks old school matchup of the Convicts vs. the Catholics (Miami-Notre Dame). Who will win? Listen and find out.
“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.
Old School ESPN: The Schwab & Fox’s Tim Brando go back and forth on college football, ESPN memories, and even a little NFL in this edition. Who do they think will go the long haul for the Heisman Ceremony in New York? What’s up in the SEC? Who does Tim think is the best team in the SEC East (it will surprise you) ? And their view on Big Ten? Plus The Schwab’s thoughts on the opening of the NFL, Sloane Stephens, and of course, boxing.