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You would think there’s not much to talk about with just two games in the NFL mix this past weekend . . . but hey, those TWO games just determined who our Super Bowl XLIX contenders are!
Nonetheless, Frat House Mike and Brandon are going second-level on their analysis of the AFC and NFC Championship games in this episode of Frat House Sports’ Red Zone Blitz program . . .
. . . and they start it off with the Indianapolis Colts vs. New England Patriots and get some help from the afternoon drive-time voice of Kent Sterling from CBS Sports 1430-AM Indianapolis who will provide his expertise and on-the-ground analysis of the Colts performance and what’s next for them. Kent brings us the “flavor” of the fan base there; some of the travails of the team in 2014; Andrew Luck, the ground game, and Chuck Pagano.
But they’re not done! They X-and-0 the NFC Championship between the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks as well!
This has ALL the makings of ANOTHER terrific Frat House Sports program you absolutely cannot miss! So sit down, grab a beer and listen to them break it all down in the NFL with just one final game remaining . . . the BIG one! Give it a listen; give it a "follow"; and, give Frat House Mike & Brandon a shout out at 347 – 826 – 9964!
On this episode of the ACE Network, Alex Cardinale welcomes his first NEW host to the show that will be hosting his show Every Thursday at 8 PM EST right here on the ACE Network! Nick Ficorelli is a dedicated sports fan for all his life and he will bring a much needed taste of sports to the ACE Network. Nick will be discussing everything Spots! The ACE Network is proud to Sydinicate with The Mad Scientist Sports Lab!
"The Mad Scientist of Sports" Nick Ficorelli is on the air. However, this is not the average everyday sports show he is bringing to the air waves. "The Mad Scientist" has created his own personal sports lab, and you, the audience, as well as many of his special guests, will be his test subjects. He will throw theories out from his evil genius mind, and you never know where they will be coming from. He will keep everyone guessing, and he will open his lab to any and all comers. Be prepared for "mad science" of sports at its best.
42 years old, lives in Howell, NJ w/ wife Lisa and three children, Zoe, Matthew and AJ. Has loved sports since he was born. Diehard Minnesota Vikings, New York Mets, New York Rangers and New York Knicks fan. Also loves the “beautiful game” of soccer (Glory Glory Man United), golf, bowling. Former host of "TSC SaturdayNight", and former owner of TSCRN. Now the host of "The Mad Scientist Sports Lab", and the newest inmate of The Asylum.
On this episode of Mad Scientist Sports Lab Nick will be LIVE introducing himself to Alex and all you the listners. Nick will tell us about himself, tell us what got him into sports, his favorite teams, and we will chat sports. Plus we will answer your phone calls. Got a favorite baseball team? Call in and reflect on your team during this season 1 347-989-8142!
Another week and another set of expected winners in this past week’s NFL Divisional Weekend! Well, not exact. Frat House Mike and Brandon start off their chat with the shocking upset of the Indianapolis Colts over the #2-seed Denver Broncos 24 – 13! To really break down some of the much, much bigger issues with the Broncos, we’re joined by Chad Jensen, the publisher of MileHighHuddle.com
Chad brings some “mile high” perspective to Peyton Manning’s injury and future; the departure of head coach John Fox and the possibility that it was a major, well-hidden rift with John Elway; and, how THIS team, with all the free agents, could possibly compete at the same level next season
We X-and-0 the other games that took place and set the stage for this coming Sunday’s NFC and AFC Championships: New England Patriots 35 – Baltimore Ravens 31 / Seattle Seahawks 31 – Carolina Panthers 17 / Green Bay Packers 26 – Dallas Cowboys 21.
. . . and that sets the stage for the Green Bay Packers vs, Seattle Seahawks and the Indianapolis Colts vs. New England Patriots.
So sit down, grab a beer and listen to them break down the final games of the NFL season! Give it a listen; give it a "follow"; and, give Frat House Mike & Brandon a shout out at 347 - 826 – 9964!
Everything went pretty much “to script” during this year’s Wild Card Weekend in the NFL. Nonetheless, there was an upset, numerous surprises, and a handful of controversies that Frat House Mike and Brandon are breaking down and debating.
Some were surprised the Carolina Panthers advanced despite all the QB issues for the Arizona Cardinals, but none were surprised the Indianapolis Colts did over the pathetic Bengals. The biggest upset goes to the Baltimore Ravens over the Pittsburgh Steelers; and the biggest controversy goes to the Dallas Cowboys over the Detroit Lions.
Carolina Panthers 27 – Arizona Cardinals 16 / Baltimore Ravens 30 – Pittsburgh Steelers 17 / Indianapolis Colts 26 – Cincinnati Bengals 10 / Dallas Cowboys 24 – Detroit Lions 20.
Looking ahead, it’s now time for the Divisional games and the “big boys” (#1 and #2 seeds) come-out-to-play. The guys take a look at this upcoming weekend’s match-ups. So sit down, grab a beer and listen to them dissect the X’s and O’s! Give it a listen; give it a "follow"; and, give Frat House Mike & Brandon a shout out at 347 - 826 – 9964!
. . . and, then there were none! The final weekend of the NFL season came and went and now we know how the playoffs will proceed. Did your team make it in, or did they fail to show up like the San Diego Chargers and Atlanta Falcons did yesterday. Frat House Mike and Brandon are breaking down all of the most important games from the final day of the season:
Baltimore Ravens 20 – Cleveland Browns 10 / Kansas City Chiefs 19 – San Diego Chargers 7 / Carolina Panthers 34 – Atlanta Falcons 3 / Green Bay Packers 30 – Detroit Lions 20 / Pittsburgh Steelers 27 – Cincinnati Bengals 17 .
The guys take a look at the upcoming weekend’s Wild Card match-ups . . . and today is “Black Monday”. Any surprises there? So sit down, grab a beer and listen to them dissect the X’s and O’s! Give it a listen, give it a "follow", and give Frat House Mike & Brandon a shout out at 347 - 826 – 9964!
Many are cheering . . . while others are crying as Week 16 in the NFL came to a close and MOST of the playoff spots have been determined. Who were the biggest winners and losers? Frat House Mike and Brandon run them down for you this week: Washington Redskins 27 – Philadelphia Eagles 24 / Houston Texans 25 – Baltimore Ravens 13 / Atlanta Falcons 30 – New Orleans Saints 14 / Pittsburgh Steelers 20 – Kansas City Chiefs 12 / Dallas Cowboys 42 – Indianapolis Colts 7 / Cincinnati Bengals 37 – Denver Broncos 28.
The Eagles lost three-in-a-row to experience one of the league’s historical collapses; the Ravens are still breathing . . . barely; still no decision in the NFC South except the Saints are OUT; no December melt-down for the Cowboys; and, it’s STILL the Bengals leading the AFC North!
The guys take a look at the league’s standings and playoff picture, as well we are heading into the BEST weeks of the NFL season. So sit down, grab a beer and listen to them dissect the X’s and O’s! Give it a listen, give it a "follow", and give Frat House Mike & Brandon a shout out at 347 - 826 – 9964!
It’s the season of giving—and Frat House Mike and Brandon are back on the microphones, ready to give you their analysis of some of the biggest NFL games of the week: Arizona Cardinals 12 - St. Louis Rams 6 / Pittsburgh Steelers 27 – Atlanta Falcons 20 / Buffalo Bills 21 – Green Bay Packers 13 / Cincinnati Bengals 30 – Cleveland Browns 0 / Dallas Cowboys 38 – Philadelphia Eagles 27.
Week 15 has many teams on the brink of the playoffs, while others are now worried about their potential to get into the playoffs. The Arizona Cardinals lost another quarterback, at a time when the division rivals Seahawks are starting to play HOT. The Green Bay Packers surprisingly lost to the Buffalo Bills, moving down in the playoff hunt as a now possible wild card. The Philadelphia Eagles lost their footing in the NFC East by losing to the Dallas Cowboys, and now need to depend on a Colts' win to possibly advance to the playoffs. And the Steelers' win keeps the AFC North interesting, as that division will come down to the last weekend of the season.
The guys take a look at the league’s standings and playoff picture, as well as some of the big NFL stories of the week: Johnny “Football” Manziel had a dismal first showing; powerhouse DeMarco Murray suffered an injury, as the Cowboys look to make a playoff run; and the Chargers, just never seem to be good enough.
We are heading into the BEST weeks of the NFL season, and Frat House Mike and Brandon will give it all to you, so sit down, grab a beer and listen to them dissect the Xs and Os! Give it a listen, give it a "follow", give them a shout out at 347 - 826 – 9964!
In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will grab some of the hottest sports topics, across all of the leagues. April is a great time for sports. NBA playoffs are set, NHL playoffs have started, most teams still have hopes, in MLB, and the NFL is preparing for the draft. So many sports and so much to talk about, listen in and call the show with your thoughts.
The NFL is wonderful during the holiday season -- it's the gift that just keeps giving. Frat House Mike and Brandon prove it as they X-and-0 some of the biggest games of Week 14: Carolina Panthers 41 – New Orleans Saints 10 / Baltimore Ravens 28 – Miami Dolphins 13 / Seattle Seahawks 24 – Philadelphia Eagles 14 / Oakland Raiders 24 – San Francisco 49ers 13 / Green Bay Packers 43 – Atlanta Falcons 37.
The guys also check in with the AFC North Steelers, Bengals, and Browns; the Cardinals are still in control; the mess in D.C.; oh, and the QB controversies with the Redskins and, it seems it's "Johnny Football Time"!
Frat House Mike and Brandon will break it all down -- so sit down, grab a beer and listen to them unwrap this week's holiday gift games! Give it a listen — give it a "follow" — give them a shout out at 347 - 826 - 9964!
It was a Thanksgiving Feast this week 13 of the NFL season! Frat House Mike and Brandon are back on the microphones, ready to tackle some of the biggest NFL games of the week: Philadelphia Eagles 33 – Dallas Cowboys 10 / Seattle Seahawks 19 – San Francisco 49ers 3 / San Diego Chargers 34 – Baltimore Ravens 33 / New Orleans Saints 35 – Pittsburgh Steelers 32 / Green Bay Packers 26 – New England Patriots 21.
Week 13 saw some surprising beat downs: The Philadelphia Eagles took out the Dallas Cowboys in their own home, and the Seattle Seahawks got hot and smacked down the San Francisco 49ers! We saw some close games: Power QBs match up in Green Bay andAaron Rodgers edged out Tom Brady—are the Pack the best team in the NFL?; the Ravens lost by only point, with many of the points scored on the foot of the kicker!; And the New Orleans Saints FINALLY get a win, are they back on track?
The guys also take a look at the state of the AFC North, led by the Cincinnati Bengals: Are they really a good enough team to be leading a division? They debate the dismal New York Giants: Could the Coughlin-era be coming to an end? What is in the future for the Giants?
Frat House Mike and Brandon will break it all down -- so sit down, grab a beer and listen to them dissect the Xs and Os! Give it a listen — give it a "follow" — give them a shout out at 347 - 826 - 9964
Week 12 of the NFL season is behind us—and many of us are thankful that there are THREE games upcoming this Thursday! Frat House Mike and Brandon are back on the microphones, reviewing, analyzing and scrutinizing some of the biggest NFL games of week 12 aka, the weekend of the close games: Browns 26 - Falcons 24 / Packers 24 - Vikings 21 / Seahawks 19 - Cardinals 3 / Broncos 39 - Dolphins 36 / Cowboys 31 – Giants 28.
As evidenced by many of the games this weekend, week 12 had many close games right up until the end! Many games were decided in 3 points or less. The close Cowboys-Giants game has many people wondering: Was Odell Beckham Jr’s catch the “Best Ever”? What are the best games of this Thanksgiving’s 3 games? Bears - Lions / Eagles - Cowboys / Seahawks - 49ers
Frat House Mike and Brandon will break it all down -- so sit down, grab a beer and listen to them dissect the Xs and Os! Give it a listen — give it a "follow" — give them a shout out at 347 - 826 - 9964.
In this episode of the Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will take a look back at the week in sports. Every event that has taken place has an underlying story line. We take a look back and talk about these story lines. We also will give a Masters update, as Tiger Woods has made the cut. Will he finish this tournament? Listen in and give us a call with your thoughts.
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