Stephen Ur III makes his return to the mic with The SCU Show! In his first show back, he covers NFL Draft 2018, gives his takes on which QB should go where and gives his thoughts on the NBA playoffs.
The SCU Show
Stephen Ur, known as SCU on the show, host of many different podcasts on the W2M Network, starts a new podcast in which he gives his hottest takes on the biggest things in sports. SCU is joined by multiple guests to discuss the topics he gives his opinions on during that show, as well. Every Tuesday LIVE from 7 p.m. ET - 10 p.m. ET, The SCU Show is the newest, hottest sports podcast you'll want to listen to!
The shocking news came down earlier today, Marcus Peters traded to the Los Angeles Rams. Stephen Ur III has some thoughts on the big impact this has on the Rams playoff chances next season. Plus, some way too early predictions on the 2019 NBA Finals.
Stephen Ur III makes some very difficult predictions super early for the NFL 2018 season. Including who plays in the Championship games and Super Bowl LIII too.
Stephen Ur III discusses why the Dallas Cowboys are primed to win the NFC East in 2018. While also giving out his New Year’s Six Bowls predictions, and much more.
Is the Giancarlo Stanton move really a huge deal? Stephen Ur III feels it means a New York Yankees championship. Plus, he talks NFC winner, and more.
Are the Dallas Cowboys done? Stephen Ur III believes so. Plus, he explains why Kirk Cousins isn’t the only reason the Redskins hit rock bottom next season.
How exactly has MIami returned to their former glory? Can the New England Patriots really have the Super Bowl locked-up by next Sunday? SCU explains.
Stephen Ur III believes the San Francisco 49ers should still go after Kirk Cousins. Why it’s more evident Lebron James is Los Angeles bound, and more.
Stephen Ur III discusses why Clemson College Football Playoff chances took a big hit with the loss to Syracuse. Plus, is the Patriots Dynasty done?
The season begins in less than a week, and Stephen Ur III has a big 2017 NBA Season Preview. Also, are the Carolina Panthers playoff bound? SCU thinks so.