Sean, Rich & Ted talk about stupid people doing stupid things. Included is a great story about a woman in Austin using a Karate Kid crane kick at a bad time.
Sean, Rich & Ted talk about Tate Martell changing his mind on going to Texas A&M. The worst part of the story was the reaction from one of the Aggies coaches and from crazy fans online.
Sean, Rich & Ted talk about Lou Holtz endorsing Donald Trump for ridiculous reasons. The segment then turned into Sean doing his Holtz impression, pretty funny.
Sean & Rich talk about a ridiculous take from John Feinstein during a CBS Sports minute about Marshawn Lynch. Feinstein played the “he wasn’t nice to the media card,” yeah, it really was that lame.
Sean, Rich & Ted talk about the Sam Bradford vs. Carson Wentz quarterback situation with the Philadelphia Eagles. Wentz will be on one of the regional covers of Sports Illustrated; that’ll go over well.
Sean, Rich & Ted talk to former Houston Rocket Mario Elie about the defense of Kawhi Leonard and Draymond Green, Kobe Bryant’s last game, and how he reacts during his kid’s sporting events.
Sean, Rich & Ted talk to former Houston Rocket and current Orlando Magic assistant coach Mario Elie about the NBA Playoffs, coaching a young team, and much more!
Three days of drafting, and one thing is clear — you guys thirst draft analysis. Specifically, you thirst MY draft analysis. On Thursday and Friday of last week, my draft preview for the Texans was (justifiably) one of the most clicked articles on the SportsRadio 610 website….because of all of the draftniks out there, my analysis is clearly the most informed and the most balanced.
Sean, Rich & Ted talk about the apology issued by former Houston Rocket and current TNT host Charles Barkley after his war of words with Rockets management that included general manger Daryl Morey and owner Leslie Alexander.
Tomorrow, it’s here! The 2016 NFL Draft, where 32 teams begin the process of picking out their own Christmas gifts, of which they will end up long-term liking only about 25 percent of them, which makes for some really awkward conversations that general managers then have with themselves to tell them how crappy a job they did of shopping for their own gifts.