This week on the Daly Dose YouTube video, the NCAA has approved a one time transfer for any athlete to change schools one time without any repercussions, and we discuss some of the coming pitfalls that we are going to see in the future!
This week on the Daly Dose YouTube video, with March Madness approaching quickly, we know that many high school basketball state tournaments will be starting soon! Today, our Daly Dose Top 5 counts down the Top 5 high schools that send the most basketball players to the NBA!
This week on the Daly Dose, we discuss the festivities as we closed out the year 2020, and the hopes we have for 2021!
We are joined by a guest from a group called Let Colorado Play, that is pushing for our kids to be able to return to playing sports safely in 2021. We discuss some of the very real concerns for our high school athletes if they aren’t able to return to playing sports, and how these decisions can have long term effects for their future!
We preview the College Football National Championship between Alabama and Ohio State. Who will come out on top?
We also look forward to the NFL’s Wild Card Weekend, and we make out predictions for the six games that will take place this weekend.
Finally, in light of Alabama blowing out Notre Dame in the Rose Bowl in the College Football Playoff, we are counting down the Top 5 bowl games that the Irish were invited to that they probably didn’t deserve!
This week on the Daly Dose, it is National Dog Day, and we are discussing some of the most popular dogs in the world of sports. Plus, we discuss one dog that probably doesn’t belong in sports at all!
The Philadelphia 76ers have fired their head coach, Baltimore Ravens safety Earl Thomas has some free time, and the first AP College Football poll shows why these polls are completely worthless.
Then we are joined by longtime basketball coach and sports administrator, Russ McKinstry, to discuss the return of sports. What is the best way to return to sports safely? Why did the state of Colorado delay the bulk of their high school sports until the spring? And will high school sports ever fully recover from this global pandemic?
We also discuss the return of college sports, the return of the NFL, and why the return of Major League Baseball gives us hope for other sports.
Finally, we talk to Coach Mac about the NBA Playoffs and get his thoughts on who he thinks just might sneak through and win the title! He also discusses what he thinks of Dallas Mavericks young superstar Luka Doncic, and he explains why the Denver Nuggets have struggled so much in the postseason!
This week on the Daly Dose, we have a very important holiday reminder that you might not want to hear, and why the movie Gremlins was so scary.
Then in sports news, the Dallas Cowboys finally sign Dak Prescott, the NCAA targets one state specifically, and Dr Anthony Fauci offers a few of his opinions on the upcoming football season!
We are then joined by Lauren Borgmier, a high school cheerleading coach to discuss her coaching career, and some of the challenges she faces in her sport! Coach B also explains some of the unique challenges she faces, discloses what spectators should be looking for in competitions, and even shares some of the superstitions that her athletes insist on doing before competitions.
We definitely have an episode that you can cheer for this week on the Dose!
This week on the Daly Dose, we are bringing you something a little different as longtime basketball coach Russ McKinstry stops by to discuss life in quarantine during this strange time.
We discuss the fear and uncertainty that is tormenting so many people worldwide! Then, we look at some of the solutions that we used in athletics, to help players overcome their fears, and deal with adversity.
We list a number of steps that you can take to better deal with the anxieties that so many of us are feeling right now. If you are struggling with what is going on in the world right now, or know someone who is, you need to be sure to listen to this week’s episode of the Daly Dose!
Today on the Daly Dose, we are joined by a long time high school coach as Russ McKinstry stops by to discuss a number of storylines in the world of sports, from college basketball, to the NFL and the NBA!
Wednesday on the Daly Dose, we are joined by longtime high school basketball coach Russ McKinstry!
While we have Coach Mac here, we want to look back at March Madness, and how a No 16 seed could upset the overall top seed. Why have Duke players struggled at the next level? We also want to look at the NFL, and which teams could be on the rise. Why did the Denver Broncos change their draft strategy? Did the Cleveland Browns make a mistake with their top pick?
We have much to discuss with someone that truly understands sports having spent his life coaching them!
Leonard and Natalie Kennedy signed up their son Tyler for the Scottsdale seven-year-old boys basketball league with higher hopes. When Tyler was assigned to one of the top teams in the league, they expected a bigger payoff.
Tyler and his seven year old teammates make up the Scottsdale Spongebobs that just completed an incredible 8-1 season. The season ended with a miraculous comeback victory over their arch-rival, the Pinnacle Teen Titans in the championship game. The Spongebobs overcame a six point deficit to top the Teen Titans at the buzzer by a score of 21-20.
Yet, following the big victory, the Kennedys were disappointed to find out that the only benefit to winning the league championship was a small trophy for each player.
“We did everything that was expected of us as little league parents. We yelled at the officials, we cursed at the coaches, we made signs and t-shirts with Tyler’s face on them.” said Natalie. “We thought that maybe there would be a college scholarship for Tyler, or perhaps some sort of shoe deal. All he got was a stupid trophy and a pizza party.”
Spongebobs head coach Mark Rowland tried to explain. “Parents are getting crazier every year. The Kennedys liked to berate me for most of the game for not getting Tyler more three-point shots. He’s a nice enough kid, but he can barely make a layup.”
And while the Kennedys are now looking into possibly attaining a lawyer to help them recover what they claim are damages, the Spongebobs players seemed content.
“We went for pizza and I mixed all the sodas into my cup! And next week we don’t have a basketball game!” shouted Tyler.
His father disagreed.
“What kind of lessons are we teaching these kids?” asked Leonard Kennedy. “That sports are fun? This is business and it’s big business, and we want our slice of the pie.”