In this week’s Bob Long Sports Radio Show, we discussed the disappointing Penn State football performance against Temple this past weekend, not pulling any punches on the players, coaches, or administration (Start-9:10). Then, we fully analyzed the dynamic nature of conference alignment in college football, and outlined the domino effect of recent decisions by schools to change conferences – a great listen! (9:10-24:06). Next, we recapped the weekend in college football, including Oklahoma vs Florida State, Michigan State vs Notre Dame, the play of the Big Ten Conference, and a strong Boise State discussion (24:06-1:00:15). Then we recapped Week 2 in the NFL, with discussion about the Buffalo Bills’ hot start, the Philadelphia Eagles and Michael Vick, the play of Cam Newton, the injury to Tony Romo, and much more. We finished the show with a quick discussion about soccer and then about the Phillies with two callers late in the show. Take a listen!
By Bob Long on September 19, 2011
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