Wednesday on the Daly Dose, the Boston Red Sox had to hold on for dear life to finish off the New York Yankees, we lose a long time NFL owner, and there is an NFL feud brewing that has us wondering how it might have been handled in a previous era of the league.
Then, we take a look at which teams NFL and college football teams have faced the toughest schedules so far this season. Will this early season stretch serve to strengthen them as the season wears on, or break them early
Tuesday on the Dose, the Los Angeles Dodgers and Houston Astros close out their first round playoff opponents. The Boston Red Sox make a statement against the New York Yankees.
In the NBA, the Phoenix Suns make an odd front office move, Drew Brees breaks an all time NFL record, and we have some second guessing going on with the Dallas Cowboys!
Then, we take a look at some of the biggest biggest winners and losers from the weekend in the NFL and college football. Which states made our list in college football? And what side of the list does Houston Texans quarterback DeShaun Watson land?
Friday on the Daly Dose, the National League Division Series began last night, and the Milwaukee Brewers and Los Angeles Dodgers both started off with wins. The New England Patriots seem to be back on track, as they managed to win their second game in a row.
We preview a jam packed weekend in sports as we have more playoff baseball, some very good college football matchups, and a few NFL games that should be well worth your time to tune in and watch.
Finally, having looked at some early season Heisman candidate earlier this week, we take a look back at the most successful players to ever win the award for the most outstanding player in college football!
Thursday on the Daly Dose, the New York Yankees advance to the NLDS, the Baltimore Orioles make a managerial move, and we find out a long held belief is nothing but a lie.
We give our prediction for the 2018 World Series, and give you some options to cheer for in the Major League Baseball postseason.
Then, we get to our Daly Dose sports overreactions of the week! Is Alabama unbeatable? Could we see a major surprise in the NBA? Are we witnessing the next great quarterback in the NFL? We answer all of these questions and more!
Wednesday on the Daly Dose, the Colorado Rockies outlast the Chicago Cubs in the Wild Card Game, the NFL needs to rethink their officiating methods, and Le’Veon Bell is ready to play football again…eventually.
Now that we are over a month into the college football season, we take a look at the top contenders to win the Heisman this season, and we discuss a few players that might already be out of the running.
Then we discuss the Major League Baseball playoffs. Who are the true contenders to win the World Series? We look to a very reliable source to shed some light on the postseason!
Monday on the Daly Dose, the NFL returned to form with a few less surprises but we did still learn some things from Week 4! The Indianapolis Colts seem to hate Andrew Luck. We have some good news and some bad news for the Miami Dolphins. And could this be the year of the Bengal?
Dabo Swinney has done an amazing job of transforming the Clemson Tigers, but their fans still have a ways to go. We are also seeing three teams, that could be College Playoff contenders, separate themselves from the pack.
Team USA struggles at the Ryder Cup, and the Cleveland Cavaliers have some high expectations to live up to this season!
Monday on the Daly Dose, we look at a wild weekend of surprises, injuries and upsets in sports!
Tiger Woods wins his first PGA Tour event since 2013, and is now fully back from what looked like an end to his career.
In the NFL we are seeing officiating calls that are changing the spirit of the game. Will the NFL maintain this stance on protecting quarterbacks? We also saw a number of upsets as the Detroit Lions, New York Giants and Buffalo Bills all got their first victory of the season.
College football provided a few upsets too including one of the biggest we have seen in NCAA history!
Friday on the Daly Dose, the Cincinnati Bengals are in first place, the Pro Football Hall of Fame announced what should be a very strong class, and the New York Yankees are stumbling down the stretch. We preview the weekend in sports, as we have some big games in college football, and the NFL. Finally, we are seeing the latest class of quarterbacks in the NFL getting some early playing time. Today, we look at some past quarterbacks that started fast in their rookie seasons, but eventually faded!