Tonight on the penultimate episode of season two of The Kickoff, join host Harry Broadhurst, Brandon Biskobing, Erik Watkins and Jason Teasley as they present their unique look at the worlds of college and professional football with their own blend of humor and intelligence.
Technically, the coverage is strictly professional this week. The guys open the show by discussing the prop bets that they made last week before the game and then talk about the Big Game itself as Super Bowl 53 is now in the books. We break down all the key components as to why the New England Patriots have joined the Pittsburgh Steelers as the only six-time winners of the Lombardi trophy.
In addition, most of the crew breaks down the launch this Saturday night in national prime time on CBS of the AAF. We talk who our rooting interests will be, what we expect out of the league and the quality of play we’ll hope to see. In addition, Erik takes the league to task on rule changes he feels may not be better for the game.
All that and so much more this week on the Super Bowl wrap up edition of The Kickoff, a presentation of the W2M Network.
Super Bowl LIII in Review
About The Kickoff
Ladies and gentlemen welcome to The Kickoff with Harry Broadhurst, Erik Watkins, Jayson Teasley, and Brandon Biskobing. This is not your traditional football show. Rather than breaking down every single game, we give you all the must-know information and the debate. While encouraging each other to speak what we think. Whether we are right, wrong or just plain nuts.
Harry Broadhurst is a lifelong Buffalo Bills fan based out of Youngstown, Ohio. In addition, he also enjoys torturing himself by watching tons of Reality TV and listening to pop music. When he’s not watching the Bills on Sunday’s, you’ll find him rooting on his beloved Florida Gators on Saturdays as well.
Jason Teasley, the man, the myth, the legend, in his own mind. Fantasy football junkie and the residential evil ginger that brings his insights and opinions whether warranted or not.
Erik started out with watching games and staying up late for Sunday and Monday night. It spread to college, and eventually just about every single sport in the book. By the time he graduated from UNF, all his friends and family thought Erik would be better off as a sportswriter. Perhaps a journalist, or a commentator than anything to do with math (boy were they right). So, after wandering around with a degree and looking for a job, he started a blog. The blog turned into some freelance work. After that, work led him right here talking about the game that he loves.