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.
This week on the Daly Dose, LSU quarterback Joe Burrow wins the Heisman in a landslide, the Pac 12 misses the CFB Playoff again, the NFL Pro Bowl rosters were announced, and once again we have some controversy. One NFL player is in trouble again, and some former NFL players are facing some serious charges. We also have Major League Baseball desperately trying to spice up their game!
We preview a few of the college football non-playoff bowl games that might be worth your time to tune in for, and we take a closer look at a few NFL teams that are hoping to be contenders in the postseason.
Finally, with Joe Burrow winning the Heisman in record setting fashion, we take a look back at the widest margins of victory in Heisman history!
This week on the Daly Dose, the New York Giants are benching Eli Manning, Drew Brees is hurt, Jalen Ramsey wants out of Jacksonville, and a young man gets some very bad news from the University of Tennessee. Plus, we reveal the source of our own personal insomnia!
Then, we take a look at some very early sports media overreactions to both college and pro football. Is the SEC overrated? Has the Pac 12 already missed out on the College Football Playoff? Are NFL coaches being gutsy by going for two point conversions in late game situations? Are the New England Patriots finally going to be the first team to go 19-0? We answer these questions and many more!
Finally, last week we saw Las Vegas sports books set the Patriots as nearly a 20 point favorite over the Miami Dolphins, but was that the biggest NFL point spread ever? Our Daly Dose Top 5 counts down five times Vegas gave even less respect to the underdogs!
The Daly Dose Sports Podcast brings you an NFL Preview and gives a brief outlook for each team and where they should finish in their division. Clint takes a brief look at winners and losers in the first week of college football and counts down the Top 5 greatest hitters in NFL history. Check out Episode 41!