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January 29: All About Action (Super Bowl XLVIII Preview)

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These two never shy away from attention. But much like someone getting tons of unwanted attention lately, Mike "the Buzz-saw" Asti and George "the Howitzer" Gerbo are all about action boss. 

It's a mostly Super Bowl XLVIII edition, packed with the Marshawn Lynch Media Day controversy, any potential distractions, a haeted Russell Wilson debate, comparison to Super Bowls of the past, and key factors to the big game. 

Did Marshawn Lynch owe the media more than he gave them? Will the NFL find a way to force star players to be more engaging with repoters? Inadvertently, Beast Mode became the media darling of the Super Bowl. Is this accidentaly a distrcation to the Seahawks? Mike makes an interesting connection of how Lynch's silence is being perecieved and how Richard Sherman's arrogance was. 

While the Broncos are the clear favorite, how close will this top ranked offense vs top ranked defense be? Are the Seahawks the one team that could contain Peyton Manning? George compares Russell Wilson's year with Trent Dilfer's championship season with the Baltimore Ravens in 2000.  Consceding the teams path has been similar, Mike allows the statistcs to speak the truth in defending Wilson. 

Your favorote sports genius' give their Super Bowl 48 predictions. 

After the football talk, the show shifts to another matchup. What has the LeBron James vs Kevin Durant rivalry done for the NBA? Has KD overtaken LBJ as the MVP? Does a Thunder win over Miami speak to any concerns for the Heat? 

The NHL had another Stadium Series game. Oh you didn't know? You probably were watching LeBron vs Durant. Mike rants on why the NHL is overdoing the outdoor games and how the awful marketing of these events is the real issue. 

They're all about action boss, and conquer sports radio, one day, at a time....

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