On the latest episode of The Kickoff, Erik brings Harry, Jason, and Keneddi to the newsdesk to catch up on most of the craziness in the NFL offseason the last two weeks, as well as paying tribute to Irv Cross.
On Chapter 15 of The History of Heavyweight Boxing, Pat Mullin and Mark Radulich take a look at the career of Hall of Fame boxer Lennox Lewis.
On the season four finale of The Kickoff, Harry, Jason, and Erik gain a new cohost in Keneddi! The lady and gentlemen (using that term loosely) discuss the 2020 NFL Year-End Awards and take a trip to the newsdesk as the league heads into the offseason.
The (not just yet) last episode of the season sees Harry, Jason, and Erik put a bow on this year’s playoffs as they break down the key talking points of Super Bowl LV, as well as discuss how they feel about 2020 in terms of their respective teams.
The penultimate episode of season four sees Harry, Jason, and Erik present the 3rd annual Kickoff Super Bowl Parlay. The guys, along with Randy in absentia, give their picks for their top 20 props of Super Bowl LV.
On Chapter 14 of The History of Heavyweight Boxing, Pat Mullin and Mark Radulich take a look at the career of the Hall of Fame champion boxer George Foreman.
The show gets more back to normal, at least for the postseason. The guys review the National Championship game and a crazy Wild Card Weekend (where someone could’ve made you some money) and turn their thoughts towards the Divisional round.
While almost back to normal, not entirely. It’s another abbreviated show where they make their predictions for Wild Card Weekend and that national championship game.
The guys come back from a holiday hiatus with a shortened version of the show, focusing on predictions for the College Football Playoff and Week 17 of the NFL.
On Chapter 13 of The History of Heavyweight Boxing, Pat Mullin and Mark Radulich look back at the man who succeeded Mike Tyson (mostly, aside from Buster Douglas), Evander Holyfield.