Friday on the Daly Dose, it is National Clean Out Your Medicine Cabinet Day and we know a few athletes that need to do just that. We look at a few intriguing match-ups on the 2019 NFL schedule, and we look at why St. John’s had such a hard time getting a new basketball coach.
Then, we finish up our conversation with longtime basketball coach Russ McKinstry! We look at the Major League Baseball season, why the Colorado Rockies are off to such a slow start, and which teams should be the true contenders. And with the NFL Draft starting next week, we talk about what the Arizona Cardinals might do with the number one pick!
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?
Wednesday on the Daly Dose, the college basketball scandal sends a few Adidas reps to jail, but where are the big busts? One former NFL coach has a new job and it can’t be worse that his previous job, and one former NFL player needs to go away permanently.
Then, in our Daly Dose Hump Day power rankings we take a look at which NFL teams actually have some money to spend in free agency? And which teams are going to be scrambling to find any spare cash?
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?
Thursday on the Daly Dose, it is Valentine’s Day, and the Denver Broncos have made a trade for quarterback Joe Flacco. Will he be more effective than Case Keenum?
The Los Angeles Lakers say that they won’t be firing head coach Luke Walton, but we are taking odds on that propositions.
Then, we are handing out some awards for the 2018 NFL season. Who will win our rookie of the year, coach of the year, comeback player of the year, and most valuable player? We also have a few sports media overreactions of the week!
Wednesday on the Daly Dose, Antonio Brown is making it tough to move him, the NBA All Star game draft might be interesting to watch for one specific player, and the Washington Wizards get some very bad news concerning John Wall and their future.
Then, we continue our roundtable discussion with two longtime friends of the Dose! We look at the NFL season-end awards that were handed out over the weekend, and we discuss where Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles might end up. Plus, why has Denver Broncos GM John Elway struggled so much to find a QB?
Tuesday on the Dose, we are continuing the roundtable discussion that we began following Super Bowl LIII! A new Pro Football Hall of Fame class was announced over the weekend. What did the committee get wrong, and what does this latest class mean for future players?
The Oakland Raiders are looking for a new home, the New England Patriots get disrespected, and the Miami Dolphins and Cincinnati Bengals officially hire their new head coaches. Plus, we discuss the Los Angeles Lakers latest offer to the New Orleans Pelicans for Anthony Davis!
Monday on the Daly Dose, we sit down with a few friends in immediately after Super Bowl LIII and discuss the game and what we might remember from it. The New England Patriots beat the Los Angeles Rams to win their sixth title but this game wasn’t the most fun to watch.
We also discuss why most of the nation is rooting against the Patriots in these big games, and why we should appreciate the greatness we are seeing.