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Interview with Clemson quarterback DeShaun Watson prior to the 2016 heisman Trophy announcement.
2016 Heisman Trophy Interview: Alabama Running Back Derrick Henry.
This manic monday we begin with the NFL week 14, Patriots win on SNF and are #1 seed again with Bengals and Broncos losses. Panthers win again 13-0. Eagles beat McCoy & Bills. We will discuss all the injuries and the playoff picture in the AFC/NFC. We will predict MNF NYG @ MIA & TNF TB @ STL. Next Alabama RB Derrick Henry wins the Heisman Trophy followed by McCaffrey, Watson, Mayfield and Reynolds from Navy. Then in the NBA Warriors finally lose last game of road trip 24-1 and we look at the NBA standings. We finish the show with the Top 25 College Basketball rankings with upsets from Texas over UNC and UCLA over Gonzaga. Join us 7 30PM ET Call in at 718-664-9098 @RaeAndTayToday www.raeandtaytoday.com
Chatham & Quinn return to finish out the final non-bowl weekend of the CFB calendar. Chatham makes his case that this season highlights the need for an expansion to an 8-team tournament, specifically using a blended FCS & bowl system model.
The guys then dive into the particulars of the final four, talking through the matchups of the Michigan State Spartans vs the Alabama Crimson Tide, and the Clemson Tigers vs the Oklahoma Sooners.
Quinn then offers some insight on the ever-expanding coaching carousel, including some interesting tidbits from a recent Bill Snyder speech on the subject.
The guys finish off by exploring the cases of the three Heisman candidates in advance of this weekend's big vote.
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This Friday we begin with the Cardinals clinching a playoff spot in their TNF close win over Vikings 23-20. In off the field we will discuss the concussion issue in NFL, sports and the film. Then we will make our Heisman Trophy picks. Should Henry win it? MLB Hot Stove moves. It's NFL week 14 and we will pick BUF @ PHI, NO @ TB, PIT @ CIN, IND @ JAC, ATL @ CAR & SNF NE @ HOU. Plus our Fantasy Football studs and sleepers. In the NBA Warriors 24-0, but end road trip with Celtics & Bucks can they sirvive Klay's injury? Top College Hoops matchups to look forward to this weekend. Join us 7 30PM ET Call in to 718-664-9098 @RaeAndTayToday www.raeandtaytoday.com
It's About That Time! It's Nosebleed Seats the show everyone can afford to listen too! It's Week 14 in the NFL season, as always we break down and pick every game on the Sunday calender. We take a look at UFC 194 and how the Notorious unified the flyweight belt! Plus who won the Heisman Trophy!? So sit back, relax, and get your Sunday Morning started off right! With Nosebleed Seats!
After Thanksgiving, football season heats up. College football is heading into playoff mode, while teams in the NFL position themselves for a playoff run. As college football winds down, it is time to start talking about the Heisman Trophy. The top running back is Derrick Henry, from Alabama. He has rushed for 1,797 yards and 22 touchdowns while leading Alabama to a 11-1 record. The quarterback class is not full of superstar names. Deshaun Watson, of Clemson, could be the front-runner of the quarterbacks. The Sophomore has thrown for 3,223 yards and 27 touchdowns. He has led Clemson to a perfect 12-0 record. Early expert picks, on ESPN, have Henry taking 9 of the 10 first place votes and running away with the award.
They will not be receiving style points, but the Washington Redskins have quietly jumped into first place. The NFC East is a mess, and the Redskins are taking advantage. After beating the New York Giants 20-14, they own the tie-breaker and have a one game lead over the Philadelphia Eagles.
Did Brock Osweiler end Petyon Mannings career? Osweiler did what no other quarterback could do this year. He beat the New England Patriots. The win gives the Broncos a 9-2 record, and puts them in position to receive a first round bye. They have a comfortable three game lead over the Kansas Chiefs, who have won five games in a row. The Patriots lost the game, and thought they lost Rob Gronkowski for the year. However, tests reveal that he only has a knee bruise with no tears. The Seattle Seahawks defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers, 39-30 to vault into the second NFC wildcard spot. The Steelers fall into a four way tie, at 6-5, for the AFC wildcard. The Chiefs own the tiebreaker and would be the number one wildcard, and the Houston Texans would slide into the second wildcard, after winning four games in a row.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley and Rico Racosky will interview Heisman Trophy Winner and Legendary NFL Hall Of Fame QB Rodger Staubach
Roger Thomas Staubach, nicknamed Captain America, is a former American football quarterback in the National Football League.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley and Just 2 Choices Author Rico Racosky will interview Heisman Trophy Winner Johnny Rodgers.
Johnny Steven Rodgers is an American former gridiron football player. He played college football at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, where he won the Heisman Trophy in 1972
I will be talking more about the 2015 ACC football season with Jeff Fan, creator of the All Things Discussion ACC sports blog. Topics to be covered include:
What is up with the high quality of coaching hires in the ACC?
Will it enhance the ACC's football profile?
Would UNC have made the College Football Playoff if it had upset Clemson?
Did UNC get robbed?
How will Clemson fare vs. Oklahoma in the CFP?
Will Deshaun Watson win the Heisman?
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