In this week’s Bob Long Sports Radio Show, we discussed the Penn State victory over Illinois for Joe Paterno’s 409th win, and what that milestone signifies for Paterno and college football (Start-9:18). We then changed the discussion to analyze the deficiencies of the playcall, decision-making, and time management of Paterno and the coaching staff down the stretch against Illinois (9:18-20:30). We then discussed the permutations by which Penn State can advance to the Big Ten Championship Game (20:30-32:52), and broke down the Illinois game over the weekend (32:52-51:00). Next, we talked about the suit by West Virginia of the Big East Conference, and how the debacle in the Big East will be resolved (51:00-58:25). Then, we analyzed the “Game of the Century” between LSU and Alabama (1:01:25-1:05:25), and compared the BLS and BCS rankings (1:05:25-1:15:10). We moved on to rank the best baseball managers of all-time, after the retirement of Tony La Russa (1:15:10-1:27:55), and analyzed the Fall Classic between the Rangers and Cardinals (1:27:55-1:35:15). We concluded the show with a recap of the weekend in the NFL, with analyis on Tim Tebow, the Eagles vs. Cowboys game, the Steelers vs. Patriots (1:28:30-Finish).
By Bob Long on November 1, 2011
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