The man behind the great Twitter account @Super70sSports is back for the third year in a row on the JAS podcast. Ricky Cobb tells us how his account was a blessing in 2020 for him but for his followers too. We also chat about the baseball legends the passed over the last year, Old-school hard hitting football of yesteryear, what made pro wrestling great in the day, the honor of being called a sweet bastard and more.
My Knightline Sports Network colleague Ben Stout tells us about his television debut on ESPN+ calling the UCF-Tulane game. We discuss how the opportunity came about and his experience calling the game. We also talk March Madness including his memories of UCF's trip there in 2004 and what he thinks about the Knights new head football coaching hire, Gus Malzahn.
Frank Murtaugh of Memphis Magazine and the Memphis Flyer joins the show this week. We discuss the Super Bowl, Drew Pearson FINALLY in the Hall of Fame, Peyton Manning, Josh Heupel in Tennessee and we bat around some baseball topics too.
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Super Bowl 55 Breakdown - We break down the big game between Tampa Bay and KC with Carolina Panthers TE Colin Thompson. The Panthers squared off against both teams during the regular season and Colin brings us his insight and perspective on the matchup.
Jason Beede of @SIBuccaneers joins me to talk about the Tampa Bay Bucs playing the Super Bowl in their home stadium, how they rebounded from 7-5 to go on Super Bowl run and the GOAT Tom Brady. Jason also wears his other hat from Knights 247.com as we discuss the Danny White and Josh Heupel departures to Tennessee, what their legacies will be at UCF and what's next for the Knights athletic department and football program
Jeff Allen worked in Sportstalk radio in Orlando from 1983 to 1996. most notably as the Program and Sports Director at WGTO in the early 90's, anchoring morning sports reports and various sportstalk shows. Now, Jeff shares unique yet common sense sports opinions with his weekly podcast. Follow Jeff on Twitter @jeffallen_88 and with his podcast is available on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, SoundCloud, Stitcher and TuneIn. Jeff also hosts The AAC Report on The Knightline Sports Network