Daly Dose 04-15-19 Tiger’s comeback for the ages

Monday on the Daly Dose, we recap what we learned from a very fun weekend in sports! Tiger Woods had a comeback for the ages at the Masters, what was different about Tiger’s victory at Augusta?

The NBA Playoffs are underway, and we have already seen a number of upsets. Is it too early to count out some of the top seeds?

We could have a new rivalry in the NBA, a Major League Baseball manager would like a new rule installed, and there is a chance that we could have a new scandal coming for the New England Patriots!

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Daly Dose 03-13-19 The Coach Mac interview Part 2

Wednesday on the Daly Dose, we have a new sports related college scandal, but this time no athletes are involved.

The Giants and the Chiefs made big trades in the NFL yesterday and we have a pretty good idea why both of them happened. Plus, NFL free agency keeps rolling along, but we haven’t seen any moves that will change the balance of power just yet.

The NBA has another bad fan/player interaction, but will Commissioner Adam Silver do anything impactful about it?

Then, we continue our conversation with long time basketball coach Russ McKinstry. We talk about whether Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray can be a true NFL quarterback, and then move our focus to the NBA. Can anyone challenge the Golden State Warriors? And what in the world happened to the Los Angeles Lakers this season?

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Daly Dose 03-05-19 What sports figures should give up for Lent

Tuesday on the Dose, the Houston Texans have named their franchise player, the CEO of the San Francisco Giants is in trouble and we have one important question that isn’t being answered, and we are seeing a very disturbing trend at a Southern California horse racing track.

Then, with today being Fat Tuesday, we take a look at a number of sports figures and what they should give up for Lent. It won’t be easy, it might not be pleasant, but if they can stick to our ideas it will make the sports world a better place!

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Daly Dose 02-28-19 What’s wrong with the Lakers?

Thursday on the Daly Dose, we are discussing why the Philadelphia Eagles are going to allow quarterback Nick Foles to become a free agent, and why Major League Baseball will not institute a pitch clock anytime soon.

Then, we look closer at some of the biggest sports media overreactions of the week! Should Duke freshman Zion Williamson sit out the remainder of the season? Will 31 teams in the NFL have a major regret after the 2019 NFL Draft? Will a change in scenery revive the career of Pittsburgh Steelers WR Antonio Brown? What is wrong with the Los Angeles Lakers? Are the Houston Rockets a legitimate threat to knock off the Golden State Warriors? We answer all of these questions and more today on the Dose!

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Daly Dose 02-27-19 The greatest ever at the NFL Combine

Wednesday on the Daly Dose, the NFL refuses to make any changes to their instant replay rules,  a high school basketball coach could be in some very serious trouble, and we just might have to rethink our stance on the Colorado Rockies!

Then, in our Daly Dose Hump Day Power rankings, we take a look back at some of the greatest performances in NFL Scouting Combine history.  Does success in the combine translate into a successful NFL career?

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Daly Dose 02-12-19 Winners and losers from the 2018 NFL season

Tuesday on the Dose, the Cleveland Browns sign RB Kareem Hunt, but that really shouldn’t come as much of a surprise. The Oakland A’s cannot be very happy with the announcement that Kyler Murray made on Monday. Plus, the Georgia Bulldogs do something that could mean big trouble for the rest of the country.

The, we take a look at the biggest winners and losers from the 2018 NFL season! Quarterbacks had huge seasons this year, so why did a number of them end up on our loser list? Plus, NFL referees were definitely losers, but it might not be for the reason that you might think!

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Daly Dose 02-11-19 A surprise winner at the NBA trade deadline

Monday on the Daly Dose, we recap what we learned from our first full weekend without the NFL!

There may have been a surprise winner at the NBA trade deadline, one NBA superstar is going to have to start playing again, and Magic Johnson isn’t happy with the New Orleans Pelicans.

Plus, LeBron James might be scheming, we have a conspiracy theory in college football, a very young front row at the Daytona 500, and both good and bad news for the Duke Men’s basketball program!

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Daly Dose 02-07-19 Our way too early Super Bowl LIV picks

Thursday on the Daly Dose, Major League Baseball is discussing some new rule changes, but we know better than to believe them. One college football conference looks like the winner of National Signing Day, and a college football program probably got one important decision correct.

Then, we finish up our conversation with two friends of the show, and begin looking forward to next year’s NFL season. Which teams that made the playoffs this year could take a step back? And which teams could make a run in 2019? Plus, we make our way too early picks for Super Bowl LIV!

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Daly Dose 01-17-19 Grading the NFL coaching hires

Thursday on the Daly Dose, a couple of college quarterbacks are transferring, one NBA player is trying not to get extradited, as we are reminded how good life is here in the United States.

Eight NFL teams have hired, or are close to hiring their new head coaches, and we have some grades for who they have chosen.

Then, we have some of the biggest sports overreactions of the week! Should the Denver Broncos trade away Von Miller? Are the Duke Blue Devils actually overrated? We look a little closer at these questions and more!

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Daly Dose 01-16-19 Way too early CFB rankings for 2019

Wednesday on the Daly Dose, an NFL coach is not happy with one of his players, we have some controversy surrounding the national championship winning Clemson Tigers, and Las Vegas might want to reconsider their line on the AFC Championship game this weekend between the Kansas City Chiefs and the New England Patriots.

Then, we take a look forward to the 2019 college football season, and try to surmise which teams might be contending for the title!

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