A "touch em all" episode, where the boys cover every major sports league going. NFL Conference Championship recap, the plethora of QBs potentially on the move in the NFL, College Basketball rankings and upset city, NBA tidbits and the wild story of Caris LaVert, NHL trades and the Blackhawks no longer sucking so much, MLB … Continue reading Ham Radio Episode 42: All Of The Sportsball
One of the hosts joins TikTok, NFL Divisional round recap, College Basketball Update, James Harden is living the dream, the Bulls are back, and some MLB good news and bad news. Also the first technical issues in a while, which makes for a hardy chuckle in miscommunication.
NFL Super Wild Card Weekend picks (we only agreed on 90% of the picks), the USA wins the WJC, College Football Natty preview, what's happening in the NBA, and the Mets are making moves.
A ja packed episode after a week off for the Holidays. No Fucking Lectures week 16, a billion NFL playoff scenarios, bowl games, college basketball upsets, the NBA is upside down, NHL injuries, World Juniors, and moves being made in the MLB.
https://twitter.com/BNightengale/status/1343747683631079427 The moves being made within the Cubs organization the last few months have all pointed toward a complete and total rebuild (Unless you're a total dum dum homer, like myself). Even after Theo left, Lester and the Cubs mutually parted ways, we kicked Schwarber to the curb, Len Kasper opted for radio across town, … Continue reading Yu Darvish Traded (For Cubs Fans Eyes Only)
The Cubs have cut Kyle Schwarber and oh boy am I cryin in the club right now.
Bachelorette recap, picks for this week's shitty college football board, a new NFL pick of the week segment "No Fucking Losers", the MLB awards, and a little Masters talk.
GREAT news for baseball and women everywhere: the MLB has hired their first female GM, Kim Ng.
Literally a tough day to be a Chicago baseball fan on both the North Side or the South Side.
Cubs baseball is BACK!
Yeah, sure, why not.
We've had so much back and forth between "There will be a season" and "There won't be a season" but this seems promising.