Daly Dose 04-01-20 Our 2020 March Sadness Brackets

This week on the Daly Dose, we are cancelling April Fool’s Day, and updating our quarantine status. Major League Baseball is willing to do almost anything to have a regular season, UFC fighter Jon Jones is in trouble again, and Tom Brady is going to give trademarking another try. The NFL says that the 2020 NFL Draft is going to take place, and we discuss why that is a good thing. 

Then, with March Madness being cancelled, we release our 2020 March Sadness brackets! We look at some of the saddest things in sports and pair them off for a tournament full of upsets! Which is more sad? The Houston Astros cheating scandal, or going to dinner with Rick Pitino? What about Lebron James’ hairline vs. Kevin Durant’s growing bald spot? Our March Sadness brackets will get to the saddest of the sad in sports!

Then, we look back at some of the saddest moments in March Madness, by counting down the Top 5 memorable sad moments from NCAA National Championship games!

Daly Dose 04-01-20 YouTube video

This week on the Daly Dose, Major League Baseball is willing to do almost anything to have a regular season, UFC fighter Jon Jones is in trouble again, and Tom Brady is going to give trademarking another try. The NFL says that the 2020 NFL Draft is going to take place, and we discuss why that is a good thing. 

Daly Dose 01-01-2020 The most unlikely sports moments of the decade

This week on the Daly Dose, we remember some of the best moments in sports from 2019. It was a wild year! Will 2020 be more of the same?

Then, we recap a wild final week in the NFL! The NFL Playoffs are set, and we make our picks for the four Wild Card games coming up this weekend!

We also recap the College Football Playoff games that took place last weekend! The LSU Tigers made a strong statement against the Oklahoma Sooners, and were the Ohio State Buckeyes the victim of shady officiating in their loss to the Clemson Tigers?

Finally, we remember some of the great sports figures that we lost in 2019, and we count down the Top 5 most unlikely sports moments from the past decade!

Daly Dose 12-04-19 Previewing the CFB conference championships

This week on the Daly Dose, we remember the fallacy of athletic protective cups, discuss a number of things that we have learned over the past week in sports, and quickly preview the upcoming college football conference title games!

What did we learn from the Ohio State vs Michigan game, and from the Iron Bowl? What did we learn from the Dallas Cowboys loss on Thanksgiving? We saw one NFL quarterback’s era possibly begin on Sunday, but did we see another one’s end? Should the New England Patriots be concerned about their recent struggles? In the NBA, we learned about a defensive stopper that we didn’t know existed, and one former player can’t be happy about it. 

We preview the upcoming college football conference championship games, and how they are going to impact the College Football Playoff that will be announced on Sunday!

Finally, we saw history in college football last weekend, as Jim Harbaugh became the first coach to lose his first five games in the Ohio State vs. Michigan series. Today, our Daly Dose Top 5 counts down five other firsts that Harbaugh has accomplished in his amazing career! 

Daly Dose 10-23-19 Look at this…not that

This week on the Daly Dose, we remember Jackie Robinson, discuss whether or not the Los Angeles Chargers could be moving again, and both the new NBA season and the 2019 World Series are now under way!

One college basketball team has already made history before the season even starts, and our Daly Dose I-team has found the cause of former college football coach Mark Richt’s heart attack!

Then we pivot around the world of sports, looking at both some flattering and unflattering snapshots in MLB, the NBA, NCAA Football, and the NFL! MLB loves to show their home runs, but the postseason always seems to change their focus. The NBA could have a serious fan base problem. College football still has 10 undefeated teams, but we explain why that’s no reason for concern. The, we examine the terrible NFL officiating, and are the New England Patriots not as good as advertised because of their soft schedule? We review these scenarios and more!

Finally, with the Wisconsin Badgers getting beat last weekend after being favored by 30.5 points, we countdown the Top 5 college football upsets of all time by Las Vegas point spread!

Daly Dose 10-09-19 Our NFL ¼ season report

This week on the Daly Dose, we discuss the positive effects of bullying, the Major League Baseball Playoffs are heating up, college football saw some twists and turns last week, and we are watching the NBA scramble to stay out of politics for a change. 

Then, we take a closer look at the 2019 NFL season. What have we learned so far? Which teams have been pleasant surprises? Which teams have been the biggest disappointments? We make our early predictions for Most Valuable Player, Rookie of the Year, and Coach of the Year, and we take a look at the top teams in the NFL right now.

Finally, we discuss the rule changes in the NFL, and how they affect the passing game, and we count down the Top 5 fastest NFL quarterbacks to throw 200 touchdowns! Are any of today’s young passers on track to make this list someday?

Daly Dose 07-17-19 The true winners and losers from NBA free agency

This week on the Daly Dose, we are back with a brand new episode to discuss the TRUE winners and losers from a wild NBA free agency period. With all of the movement and shifting in power, which players and teams are going to benefit, and who came up short?

The men’s final at Wimbledon proved to be historic on Sunday, the NBA summer league has a new champion, there was an ironic tragedy in boxing, and we attempt to sit down with Philadelphia 76ers superstar Ben Simmons to discuss his new contract extension!

Finally, we are seeing a few players in the NBA team up in hopes of forming successful duos. Today, our Daly Dose Top 5 takes a look at five dynamic duos, that proved to be far less than dynamic!

Daly Dose 06-19-19 Recapping the NBA Finals with Coach Mac

This week on the Daly Dose, we sit down with long time basketball coach Russ McKinstry to recap the NBA season and the NBA Finals!

How were the Toronto Raptors able to upset the Golden State Warriors? What makes Kawhi Leonard such a special player? Which role players proved to be key to delivering a title to Canada?

We also discuss the Los Angeles Lakers acquiring Anthony Davis from the New Orleans Pelicans. Did they get a bargain? How will the Pelicans look going forward?

We also talk NBA Draft, and look forward at which teams will be the favorites next year.

Finally, we discuss why the passing of Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen is more important than many people realize!

We have a lot to cover this week on the Dose!

Daly Dose 05-27-19 The best of the Daly Dose

Monday on the Daly Dose, it is Memorial Day so we are remembering a Daly Dose from the early days of the podcast!

The 2015 NBA Finals were three games in, and the Golden State Warriors were trying to tin their first NBA title since the 1970’s. In Game 3 we noticed a change that may have changed the series.

We also discussed the 2015 Stanley Cup Finals between the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Chicago Blackhawks. Both the NBA and NHL Finals were proving to be very entertaining, but which did we prefer?

Finally, we do have a Daly Dose Top , as we countdown the Top 5 reasons that so many fans do not love LeBron James!

Daly Dose 05-17-19 The best NBA non-buzzer beaters of all time

Friday on the Daly Dose, it is National Endangered Species Day, and we look at a few endangered species that we no longer see in sports.

The Golden State Warriors had to make a comeback to take a 2-0 lead in the Western Conference Finals over the Portland Trail Blazers.

The Arizona Cardinals get some very bad news, and we preview the weekend in sports, including Tiger Woods at the PGA Championship.

Then, after Kawhi Leonard’s Game 7 buzzer beater, we look back at a few of the most memorable shots in NBA Playoffs history…but were they buzzer beating game winners?