The Schwab Speaks: Dodgers & Astros (the 1981 version), World Cup Soccer & future, Clemson & upset, USC & Notre Dame, Jets & Refs…and more, always more

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The Schwab speaks about men’s soccer and the elimination from qualifying for the World Cup. Is this a blip in the men’s program or a troubling trend? And then for a college football weekend that didn’t have two ranked opponents in one game… there were a lot of upsets. And what’s going to happen this weekend with the Trojans and USC? The Schwab has his thoughts. And that call in the Jets game..was it the difference? Would it have gone the other way? Finally, a look at the Dodgers Astros matchup…no not a look ahead…a look back to the NLDS in 1981.

The Schwab Speaks with Karie Ross about Sooners Football, The Red Sox, The Patriots, covering a team vs. being part of one and so on….

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This week Karie Ross, former ESPN anchor and wife of Red Sox GM Dave Dombrowski about Oklahoma Football, life in the family of a GM during the latter part of the MLB season, the Red Sox and the playoffs…as well as reminiscing on the good old days. Plus the Schwab on Mayweather McGregor, College Football, the US Open, and even Jean Ratelle’s jersey being retired!

The Schwab Speaks (with better audio) on The Whirling Darvish, the Dodgers & other trades, NFL early retirements & camps, Jameis Winston, oh and some Beano Cook memories.

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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.