The guys catch up with some key developments involving the show going forward, bring back the newsdesk to tackle the stories of the week, and make their predictions for the week ahead.
Pat Mullin and Mark Radulich discuss the rollercoaster career of the man who saved heavyweight boxing in the 80s, Iron Man Mike Tyson.
The Kickoff is back to normal, as Harry, Erik, Jason, and Randy discuss the returns of Antonio Brown and Dez Bryant, as well as all the current and potential scheduling chaos in college and the NFL.
It’s The Kickoff, Jason’s back, and he gets a special welcome! He joins the guys as they hand out their 2020 midseason awards and give their updated CFP and NFL playoff predictions.
With Jason under the weather, Harry, Erik, and Randy discuss the (relatively) quiet week that was, including Antonio Brown and Dez Bryant both returning, a quadruple doink, and Las Vegas and Wisconsin dealing with consequences.
On the latest History of Heavyweight Boxing, Pat Mullin and Mark Radulich remember the forgotten sons of heavyweight boxing in the 1980s.
Jason’s still on assignment, so Harry, Randy, and Erik carry on talking about Tua Tagovailoa debuting in Miami, the NFC Least, the rise of the Sun Belt, and a new day in New England on the latest Kickoff.
While Jason’s covering the Hoot Owls, Harry, Erik, and Randy discuss Le’Veon Bell’s departure from New York, Alex Smith’s comeback in Washington and Dak Prescott’s injury on the latest Kickoff.
Jason’s on assignment this week, but the rest of the crew is back to discuss the Dwayne Haskins benching, the XFL’s return, and the Titans’ issues with scheduling and their COVID outbreak.
On a new episode, the guys discuss another Dan Quinn collapse, Mitch Trubisky getting benched, and Joe Montana being a hero in his own home.