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  • 00:34

    NFL week 8; Steelers place Bell on IR, Panthers continue to roar, trade deadline

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    Week 8 saw the Green Bay Packers fall from the unbeaten ranks which leaves four teams with a perfect record. The Denver Broncos and New England Patriots dominated in their wins. The Cincinnati Bengals struggled at times, but did enough to leave Pittsburgh with a win. The overtime rule that now allows both teams to posses the ball unless a touchdown is scored on the first drive finally had an impact. The Indianapolis Colts kicked the go ahead field goal, but the Panthers would get a chance to tie or win the game with a touchdown. Graham Gano belted a 42 yard field goal to tie the game again. The Colts were forced to punt and Cam Newton drove the Panthers down the field so that Gano could play hero by nailing a 52 yard field goal.  


  • 00:38

    Bonus Michigan Podcast with Jane Coaston of Punt Brothers

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    We have a SPECIAL BONUS MICHIGAN PODCAST with Jane Coaston of the wildly popular Punt Brothers podcast, along with EDSBS and SB Nation.com. We talk to Jane about the most recent updates with Michigan's AD and Coach searchs, her own thoughts about Saturday's game, what this series means to her, and her feeling about the program right now. We also briefly check in on Ohio State basketball, and what we're thankful for. 

  • 00:59

    NFL Week 7 review: Looking back at the close Arizona Cardinals win over Ravens

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    The Arizona Cardinals were on the big stage in Week 7, playing host to the Baltimore Ravens on Monday Night Football. They defeated the now 1-6 Ravens 26-18 in a game that should have been that close. A blocked punt and a couple of bad decisions while trying to run the clock out led to the Ravens coming within a pay of perhaps tying the score late in the game. 

    But the Cardinals got the win, finally pulling out a close game and "finishing one," which was the theme of the win. Hosts Jess Root and Seth Cox discuss the win and whether or not the Cardinals really finished the game or not. They discuss the players who stood out and the plays that stood out and looked ahead on the schedule to the team's next opponent -- the Cleveland Brown. 

    Arizona has the Browns game and then will get their bye week at the mid point of the season. 

    Make sure you listen to the show and then head on over to Revenge of the Birds for more great Cardinals talk. 

  • 02:02

    Louisville or Tech U? (Ep. 277)

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    Welcome to The War Room!  This week, we'll discuss everything that happened in one of the wildest sports weeks we've seen in a while.

    Michigan's blunder, the Colts' "fake punt" formation, the Louisville "tute" scandal, the latest on Lamar Odom's condition, and MUCH more.

    As usual, we'll talk to Fred Perdue of About.com Sports about the week in college football.

    "This portion of the revolution will not be televised, but EVERYBODY can listen."

    Don't miss it!!!

  • 02:40

    Sports Brew Freestyle Friday - Mets Sweep, NFL Wk 6, Colts Go Zorn 10-23-2015

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    NFL Wk 6, World Series Set, Mets Sweep Cubs, Michigan Punt Fail, Colts Go Full Zorn, Surprising Jets, Steelers Survival Mode, Rivers Air Raid, Fugly Manning, the Mad Hatter, NCAAF 10-24-2015

    Segment 1: The 49ers go big whiffer. Mets – Cubs. Locking up the NLCS with a dominant sweep of the Cubs.  Mashing away with Freakin’ Daniel Murphy plus the Cubs go classy with a gift to David Wright. Following up the LCS sweep – an unkind recent history in MLB. Setting up Mets – Royals in the World Series. Mr. Met goes to Congress and some fat man fan with Bartolo Colón.

    Segment 2 (47.26):  Michigan – MSU. A punt fail (and a comeback) for the ages. LSU – Florida. The Mad Hatter strikes again!  Alabama lives! Ohio State, Braxton Miller, and the case of the missing L. TCU – Iowa State. A tip of the cap to TCU’s Trevone Boykin. NCAAF picks, Duke – VT plus JMU-UR College Game Day. The Mets RIGHT MEOW!

    Segment 3 ( 1.31.30): Fail on, people of WalMart. Patriots – Colts. Pagano channels his inner Jim Zorn on an all-time NFL fail. Bill Belichick, NFL Mother Brain.

    Segment 4 (2.01.24):  Jets – Redskins vomit balls. Steelers – Cardinals. Panthers – Seahawks. Cam Newton clutches up. Packers – Chargers. The Philip Rivers air raid. Broncos – Browns. The curious case of Peyton Manning. The 49ers field goes Mutant League Football on Justin Tucker. Dolphins – Titans. A different attitude in Miami. Giants – Eagles. 10-24-2015, MP3 Format.   

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  • 02:01

    Epic Fail: Michigan Fumbles Away the Victory vs Michigan State

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    Welcome to Dead End Sports...the place where sports opinions collide!!! Dead End Sports is weekly sports show that can be heard every Tuesday night from 9pm-11pm EST. We are the best sports talk show on the internet! We rarely agree!

    On this week's episode we'll talk about...Michigan State defeats Michigan on a fumbled punt on the last play of the game, Colts failed fake punt, Peyton Manning's struggles, Carolina smacks Seattle at home, John Henson, Johnny Manziel..and much more!

    WATCH and SUBSCRIBE to our youtube channel (www.youtube.com/deadendsports). Check out our website deadendsports.com . Follow the show on twitter: @deadendsports as well as the Dead End Sports crew...Feefo - @feefo247 , Beezy - @beezy430 , Ken - @kbinge , & 12kyle - @12kyle You can listen online (www.blogtalkradio.com/deadendsports) or via phone (646)478-0356. Press #1 if you want to speak to the host

  • Falcons fall from land the land of unbeaten in NFL, we recap week 6 in the NFL

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    The Atlanta Falcons have fallen from the land of unbeaten, but five teams still have zero losses. On a national stage, the Falcons had a chance to prove to America that they were for real. The Saints regained their magic at home by defeating the Falcons 31-21. 

    The New England Patriots continue to rule the AFC East. Deflate gate came up again as the Patriots traveled to Indianapolis. Different season but same result as Tom Brady passed for 312 yards and controlled much of the game. Andrew Luck returned from a shoulder injury to pass for 312 yards and three touchdowns. The final momentum swing came when the Patriots stopped the Colts on a fake punt that gave them the ball at the Colt 35 yard line. Six plays later the Patriots had a 34-21 lead.

    Denver is 6-0 thanks in part to a terrific defense. Peyton Manning threw three interceptions and Karlos Dansby returned one of those for a touchdown. Cleveland fought hard for 60 minutes to force overtime, and had a chance to win in overtime. After a Manning interception, the Bronco defense sacked Josh McCown twice to force a punt.  Manning then drove the Broncos down the field for the game winning field goal.

    Another fourth quarter collapse cost the Seattle Seahawks. This time the Carolina Panthers overcame a nine point deficit as Cam Newton found Greg Olson in the end zone with 32 seconds left. Both touchdown drives in the fourth quarter covered 80 yards for the 5-0 Panthers. The loss drops the Seahawks to 2-4 as they travel to San Francisco for a tough divisional match-up on Thursday night.

    The Cincinnati Bengals continue to win as they defeated the Buffalo Bills 34-21. There was nothing magical or mystifying about this game other than the Bengals breaking open a close game in the third quarter. The Bengals were leading by three entering the third quarter and then scored on their first three possessions of the second half to build a commanding 34-14 lead.

  • 00:30

    Football Garbage Time - NFL Week 6 Edition

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    Check out all the Week 6 craziness on the Football Garbage Time podcast!

    This week, Joey Alibro, Ryan Whitfield and Ha Kung Wong discuss:

    Who will win the NFC South, the Carolina Panthers or the Atlanta Falcons?
    Is the Seattle Seahawks "Dynasty" over?
    Predictions, breakdowns, analysis, why the Colts tried a crazy fake punt and MUCH MORE!


  • Sports Week in Review - October 20, 2015

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    We'll start with our College Football guru Kip Keefer and talk about all the action this past weekend in college football. The wild ending in Ann Arbor! Memphis tops Ole Miss. Bama picks up where they left off against A&M. Boise St. gets smoked. LSU tops Florida at home. Is Baylor the best team in college football? In the second segment we will be joined by the Buffalo Bad Boy Pete Tasca, The Fantasy Matriculator Nick Garcia, and the Savage Burn Steve Butler. We'll talk NFL. Brady and the Pats handle Indy. We'll discuss the worst execution of a fake punt in the history of the NFL. The Bengals stay undefeated. How long can their magical run last? Saints take advantage of Falcons mistakes. Peyton has 7 TDS, 10 INTS but the Broncos are 6-0? Panthers travel to Seattle and make the Seahawks 2-4. We'll end the show, as always, with winners and losers in the world of sports this week. 

  • 01:23

    The Fantasy Six Pack Hour: DFS Debate and What To Do With Peyton Manning

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    Welcome back to The Fantasy Six Pack Hour. Joe Bond and A.J. Applegarth will be your hosts. 

    We begin by talking about the looming DFS lawsuit and what this means for the future of DFS.

    Next we get into Peyton Manning and his diminishing play and how it is not only affecting the Denver Broncos, despite being 6-0, and also your Fantasy teams. Is it time to drop the legend?

    We finish the Week 6 recap by by discussing the Arizona running back situation, discussing Charcandrick West's not to great debut and what ever in the world the Colts were doing on that fake punt.

    To get you ready for Week 7, we talk about the latest injuries and waiver wire moves you should know about. We then finish up with your best/worst fantasy game of the week and our sleeper/bust picks.

    As always join in on the fun by calling us live.

  • 00:27

    NFL Star Tampa Buccaneers Star Donteea Dye

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    The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Donteea Dye.


    Signed by Tampa Bay as a college free agent on May 4, 2015.


    Played four seasons at Heidelberg University (2011-14), catching 116 passes for 2,298 yards (19.8 avg.) and 26 touchdowns.
    Dye’s 26 career touchdown receptions are the second-most in program history.
    Set career highs in receptions (57) receiving yards (1,022) and receiving touchdowns (14) as a senior (2014). Also blocked a punt, which was returned for a touchdown.
    Winner of the Ed Sherman Award, given annually to the top receiver in the Ohio Athletic Conference (OAC). His 14 touchdown receptions led the conference and were the second-most in Heidelberg history.
    Named second-team D3football.com All-American, first-team All-North Region and first-team All-OAC.
    Played in nine games as a junior (2013), catching 28 passes for 701 yards (25.0 avg.) and eight touchdowns.
    Saw his first playing time on offense as a sophomore (2012), finishing the year with 31 catches for 575 yards (18.5 avg.) and four touchdowns.
    Played in six games as a true freshman (2011), making three tackles and recovering one fumble.
    Attended Fairfield High School (Cincinnati, Ohio).
    Born Donteea Dye on August 20, 1993 in Fairfield, Oh.