The NFLPA's case against the NFL for Ezekiel Elliott's appeal, the NFL's denial of a "conspiracy" to target the Dallas Cowboys running back, LeBron James' relationship with Kyrie Irving, Kobe Bryant's role on Kyrie leaving the Cavs and Jim Harbaugh's future at Michigan headline today's show. Cowherd, Whitlock, McIntyre, Doug Gottlieb, Seth Joyner, Greg Jennings and Dave Wannstedt discuss the day in sports.
Colin turns to politics to make his case in the Dak vs Wentz debate. Jason doubles down on his firm belief that the College Football Playoff has done more harm than good for college football. The guys are joined by Super Bowl - winning safety John Lynch to discuss the issues with the Arizona Cardinals and the Tony Romo to Denver rumors. Also Whitlock goes one-on-one with former Buckeye and College Footall Hall of Famer Chris Spielman to discuss the officiating in the Ohio State - Michigan game.
Holly Holm joins the show prior to her fight on Saturday and gives the guys UFC insight. Cowherd, Whitlock and McIntyre debate if Russell Westbrook and Blake Griffin will be in OKC in 2017, if taking a year off is the best thing for Tiger Woods and if Kevin Durant deals with critics correctly.
Jerry Jones offers a timetable for Tony Romo and Whitlock believes this is a great move for the Cowboys. Meanwhile, Colin suggests the Kevin Durant injury will hurt the Warriors down the road. Finally, Hall of Famer Cris Carter defends John Calipari and the fellas discuss LaVar's impact on Lonzo Ball
Whitlock says Aaron Rodgers is the best quarterback in the playoffs, while Colin believes Mike Tomlin has underachieved in Pittsburgh. Jay Glazer shares a secret that should lift the Cowboys over the Packers, and FS1 NFL Analyst Cris Carter tells you why Odell Beckham Jr. was not in the right mindset before his game Sunday. Plus, Joel Klatt gives his prediction on Alabama & Clemson.
Todd Bowles says Ryan Fitzpatrick will remain the starting QB. Eli Manning says Odell Beckham Jr's antics would be an issue if he didn't play well. Tom Brady declines to talk about Donald Trump. Oklahoma State football coach Mike Gundy says cell phone usage has made players worse and Fox Sports MLB analyst Eric Karros drops by to talk MLB playoffs.
The Dallas Cowboys' pre-anthem demonstration, grading Dak Prescott against the Arizona Cardinals, the blending of sports and politics, Mike Tomlin's leadership with the Pittsburgh Steelers and LeBron's comments about deferring to Kyrie Irving headline today's show. Cowherd, Whitlock, McIntyre, Tony Gonzalez, Eric Davis, Greg Jennings and Chris Broussard discuss the day in sports.
The influence Colin Kaepernick has had on public discourse and sports, why the Boston Red Sox shouldn't tamper with Yawkey Way, Charles Barkley's advice for LeBron and Durant, dating advice from Terrell Owens to Ezekiel Elliott and the celebrity guest list for Mayweather vs. McGregor headline today's show. Whitlock, McIntyre, Kristine Leahy, Doug Gottlieb, Seth Joyner and Greg Jennings discuss the day in sports.
Whitlock explains why the pressure from Jerry Jones has been great for Dak Prescott. Hall of Famer Terry Bradshaw weighs in on today's NFL and the Steelers. Former GM Michael Lombardi gives an inside story to his days at the Browns organization, and FS1 NFL Cris Carter offers his critique of Ben Roethlisberger. Plus, the guys make their picks for the Christmas Day game between the Warriors and Cavs.
The guys are in San Diego ahead of the MLB All-Star game Tuesday. They discuss Carmelo Anthony's call to action, Draymond Green's alleged abuse charges and Bryce Harper's decision to sit out of the HR Derby. Plus Ned Yost joins the crew to talk about the MLB All-Star game on FOX.
Colin says the SEC is boring because of Alabama's dominance. Is Olivia Munn to blame for Aaron Rodgers' recent struggles? Also, can the Vikings be called a great defense already? Plus, John Smoltz breaks down the NLCS and Ray Lewis comes to drop knowledge on Aaron Rodgers and Vontaze Burfict.
Whitlock thinks LeBron needs to adjust his mindset for the playoffs. Gus Johnson says the word on the street is that we don't know if LaVar's other kids will live up to Lonzo. Colin thinks Calipari is missing something and he'll tell us what. Plus Manziel could be making his worst decision yet. Speaking of bad decisions, keep listening to hear what Georgetown just did.
With the news of the Jeff Fisher firing, Whitlock suggests that Jon Gruden is bored with Monday Night Football and should come out to L.A. to be the Rams next coach. Colin argues that Russell Wilson is the NFL version of Russell Westbrook. Former NFL GM Michael Lombardi comes by to join the debate desk to add insight on the process the Rams went through to fire Jeff Fisher, and if Tom Brady will struggle tonight against the Ravens. Finally, former New York Giants wideout Plaxico Burress stops by to give his take on Odell Beckham Jr and the effort...
Floyd Mayweather's decision to hang out at a strip club in the lead-up to his bout with Conor McGregor, concerns from doctors about McGregor, the effectiveness of the rally for Colin Kaepernick, LeSean McCoy's comments about Kap and LeBron James' rant on Twitter headline today's show. Cowherd, Whitlock, McIntyre, Eric Davis, John Horne and Seth Joyner discuss the day in sports.
Colin thinks Ben Roethlisberger is getting frustrated with the Steelers organization and Whitlock tells you why the Falcons should be favored in the Super Bowl. Former NFL head coach Eric Mangini tells you the biggest advantage that the Atlanta defense has over the Patriots’ offense. Finally, former Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings breaks down why Aaron Rodgers came up short and Fox Sports NBA Analyst Chris Broussard reacts to LeBron James’ strong words for his teammates.