Daly Dose 12-11-19 Our five year anniversary

This week on the Daly Dose, we are celebrating the five year anniversary of the Daly Dose Sports Podcast! How have we managed to last this long? We have no idea.

Then we jump into some of the biggest stories this week in sports, the College Football Playoff is set, the Washington Nationals get some good news…but bad news may be coming, the New England Patriots are back to their old tricks, and we have a new heavyweight champion in boxing!

We take a look at a few coaches in the NFL and college football that could be feeling a very hot seat, and could be getting some bad news very soon. 

Then, we reflect back on the Top 5 things that we have learned over the past five years of doing the Daly Dose!

Daly Dose 06-06-19 The Raptors get a “must win”

Thursday on the Daly Dose, the Toronto Raptors take back home court advantage over the Golden State Warriors with a Game 3 win in the NBA Finals.

College basketball is moving their three point line again, and Major League Baseball has a very serious safety problem that they refuse to address.

Then, we take a look at some of the top sports media overreactions of the week! Is new heavyweight boxing champion Andy Ruiz Jr. not all that he appears to be? Are the Oakland Raiders building a new contender? And the NBA Finals are providing us with a number of overreactions this week!

Daly Dose 06-03-19 The Warriors will themselves to a win

Monday on the Daly Dose, we are recapping all that we learned from the weekend in sports!

The Golden State Warriors somehow steal Game 2 over the Toronto Raptors in the NBA Finals, despite a growing list of injuries and ailments. The NBA proves that they always adhere to the star system, and the Stanley Cup Playoffs could be over soon if something doesn’t change.

Boxing took a big loss in more ways than one this weekend, the French Open made us sad, and the Green Bay Packers suffered their first major injury, but it probably won’t affect them that much. Plus, SEC football is about to get even crazier this season, and that might not be a good thing.