Daly Dose 06-14-18 Coach Mac stops by for a visit Part 2

Thursday on the Daly Dose, we continue our conversation with long time high school coach Russ McKinstry, but first we look at some breaking news. Then, we begin to look forward to the upcoming NFL season. Are the Los Angeles Rams a true contender? Can the Philadelphia Eagles actually repeat? Are we beginning to see cracks in the foundation of the New England Patriots?

Then, we move over to the NBA and look at how long the Golden State Warriors can stay on top. Would the Houston Rockets be the current champs if not for the Chris Paul injury? Did the NBA officials affect the outcome of the Finals? And what in the world was going through JR Smith’s mind at crunch time?

We answer these and more today on the Dose!

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Daly Dose 05-07-18 Our weekend winners and losers

Monday on the Daly Dose, we are recapping the weekend in sports by discussing some of the winners and losers from the past two days!

We look at the NBA Playoffs, the Stanley Cup playoffs, and the Kentucky Derby from a busy weekend. Who were the winners and who came up short? Plus, we have some very painful MLB news!

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Daly Dose 05-04-18 Does size actually matter?

It is Friday, and today on the Daly Dose we discuss some of the latest sports news coming out! A future NFL Hall of Famer is retiring, and we have a disturbing high school sports story for you!

We preview a very good weekend in sports, including MLB, the NBA Playoffs, and what should be a very competitive Kentucky Derby!

Finally, with the Cleveland Browns selecting quarterback Baker Mayfield with the top pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, we take a look at the best undersized quarterbacks of all time!

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Daly Dose 04-19-18 Our NBA Playoff overreactions

Thursday on the Daly Dose, we look at some breaking sports news, including a story that is breaking our will to watch any more boxing.

Plus, we have our weekly sports media overreactions! Could Tom Brady really be done? Now that they got a win, and LeBron James looked so good, are the Cleveland Cavaliers back on track? Are the Philadelphia 76ers being too cautious with Joel Embiid? And did the Pro Football Hall of Fame just get two new prospects via retirement? We answer all of these questions and more!

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Daly Dose 04-04-18 Our 2018 college basketball awards

Wednesday on the Daly Dose, we look back at the 2018 college basketball season, and hand out a few year end awards. Who is our selection for the Most Outstanding Player? What about Coach of the Year? Okay, those might be easy, but what about the coach that didn’t win anything with a ton of talent, or the team that disappointed the most?

We also discuss the news that Canelo Alvarez has pulled out of his rematch with Gennady Golovkin, the New England Patriots are making a trade, and we have a surprising story in the NBA.

Finally, we look forward to next season, with our way too early 2019 college basketball power rankings!

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Daly Dose 04-02-18 The return of the Dose

Monday on the Daly Dose, we return after taking a week off for Spring Break! We recap the weekend in sports, and discuss some of the things that we learned! Lightning struck twice in the women’s NCAA championship game, the NBA has to face some injuries, and Major League Baseball is back to it’s same old tricks. Plus, what did we learn from the Final Four games in men’s college hoops?

Lastly, we preview the NCAA Championship game tonight between the Villanova Wildcats and the Michigan Wolverines. Nova might be the favorite, but we have a few ways that Michigan can make this closer than the experts might think!

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Daly Dose #148 Our no politics sports show

This week on the Dose, we are already tired of all of the political talk in sports. So, we sidestep the politics, and stick with what we actually know.

Major League Baseball is finally getting interesting, and we take a look at possible postseason matchups. We know that the Cleveland Indians, and the Los Angeles Dodgers will wrap up the top spots in each league, but which other teams can contend?

We respond to a few listener emails, including who won the NBA trade between the New York Knicks and the Oklahoma City Thunder in the Carmelo Anthony deal. Our answers just might surprise you!

We are now about one month into the college football season. Which teams are failing to live up to all of the preseason hype?

And in the NFL, the New York Giants, Seattle Seahawks, and Los Angeles Chargers might be off to a slow start, but we have some good news for them. Meanwhile, the Green Bay Packers, and Los Angeles Rams are off to very good starts, but could be facing trouble down the stretch. We look at the good news and bad news for a number of teams!

Finally, if your favorite NFL team is off to a slow start, we provide you with a ray of hope! Our Daly Dose Top 5 counts down the five times that NFL teams have started the season 0-3, yet still managed to make the playoffs!

If you want to stick with sports instead of politics, listen here to Episode 148 The no politics sports show!

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Daly Dose #147 The LIVE show!

This week on the Dose, we are doing something we have never done! Immediately following the Canelo Alvarez vs. Gennady Golovkin fight, we go live, and record some immediate reaction to the fight. A number of friends stop by to talk about the decision, but we also discusss the NFLcollege football, even the English Premier League. Talking with a few guests, Clint also finds out what it’s like to play football at the Air Force Academy, what it might take to get the Kansas City Chiefs to bench Alex Smith, and what it really feels like to tackle former Pittsburgh Steelers running back Jerome Bettis!

Then, we look at a few NFL teams that have returned to reality in Week 2 of the season, and we count down the Top 5 worst boxing decisions of all time!

Listen here to a very special Daly Dose #147 The LIVE show!

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Golovkin vs. Alvarez judge announces she didn’t know which fighter was which

On Saturday night, the boxing world was stunned by a decision that didn’t seem to align with what they had just witnessed. Following a twelve-round war for the middleweight championship of the world between Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin, in which most people agreed that Golovkin got the better of, there was one key individual that disagreed.

One of the judges that was officially scoring the fight, did not see the fight going the way of Golovkin. Adalaide Byrd, a long time boxing and MMA judge, scored the fight 118-110 in favor of Alvarez. By comparison, judge Dave Moretti scored the fight 115-113 in favor and Golovkin, while Don Trella had the fight at 114-114- a draw.

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The Nevada Athletic Commission announced on Sunday, that Byrd would not be assigned to any fights in the immediate future.

On Monday, Byrd announced the reason for her lopsided card. “I didn’t know which fighter was which.” she announced to the Daly Dose. “They are both the same size, same weight. It is all very confusing. I just picked a fighter and decided that he would be the winner.”

This isn’t the first time that Judge Byrd has had a confusing scorecard.

In 2008 Joe Calzaghe fought Bernard Hopkins for the light-heavyweight title, most had Calzaghe a clear winner. Byrd scored the fight 114-113 for Hopkins.

 

In 2016, promoters officially asked the Nevada Athletic Commission that she not serve as one of the judges for the Vasyl Lomachenko vs. Nicholas Walters fight. Their request was dismissed.

“People are going to say bad things about me. They are going to say I don’t know boxing.” Byrd stated. “That isn’t true at all. I have judged over 115 title fights. I know boxing. I just don’t know boxers all that well. Who won anyway?”

 

Daly Dose #146 The NFL overreactions

This week on the Dose we are gauging the overreactions from Week 1 of the NFL season! Are the New England Patriots in trouble? Are the Kansas City Chiefs a true contender? And are the Indianapolis Colts, and Jacksonville Jaguars going to be improved in 2017? We look at some of the biggest overreactions that we are hearing, and try to sift through what is actually true.

After a very entertaining week in college football, we are trying to piece together what we have learned so far. The Oklahoma Sooners are looking strong, the Clemson Tigers just keep rolling, and Lamar Jackson wants to win another Heisman trophy at Louisville.

Canelo Alvarez will square off against Gennady Golovkin this Saturday for the middleweight championship of the world, and we take a look at what could unfold in that fight.

Plus, we look at some past NFL overreactions, as we count down the Top 5 bad starts to a Super Bowl winning season!

Listen here to Episode #146 The NFL overreactions!

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