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Politicians ask and beg for your vote, George "the Howitzer" Gerbo and Mike "the Buzz-saw" Asti demand it! Barack Obama is still the President of the United States of America. While Democrats rejoice and Republicans plan to regroup for 2016, the country looks to reunite. One thing everyone can agree on, regardless of political affiliation, sports are the perfect recipe for a galvanizing effect.
The college football regular season is now in its final weeks. After crawling out of LSU undefeated, are the Crimson Tide all but destined for yet another shot at a National Title? Who would be their toughest competitor among the teams still lurking just behind the top squad? Another program with a lot of history, Notre Dame, is in the midst of a renaissance. The Fighting Irish are 9-0, having relied heavily on some leprechaun luck in a triple over-time victory of Pitt.
THE SKY IS FALLING! THE SKY IS FALLING (sense the sarcasm)! The Los Angeles Lakers are limping out of the gate. Can this newly formed All-Star team get their act together and become the championship contender they were put together to be? How close are the Lakers brass from pressing the panic button and shaking things up? Is this discussion totally ASININE only a couple weeks into the NBA season? To quote WWE's Daniel Bryan, "YES! YES! YES!"
Before bowing up another gold quality broadcast, Mike and George keep tugging at their heart strings and take a look at the NHL Lockout. Talking is always progress in a collective bargaining agreement...
Of course, stay tuned for week 10 of the second annual HBS NFL Pick'em Challenge! The Redskin Rule was not upheld, but as usual, the Buzz-saw reigned supreme. Like President Obama, the Howitzer better get to work!
All ballots are in, and the Howitzer and Buzz-saw Show conquers sports radio, one day, at a time....
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