In this week’s Bob Long Sports Radio Show, we discussed at-length the college football bowl system, the rematch between LSU and Alabama in the National Championship Game (Start-8:20), the logic and reasoning behind a plus-1 system at some point in the future in college football (8:20-13:00), and the other BCS Bowl matchups and snubs (13:00-22:25). Then, we discussed Penn State’s bowl bid at length, and then analyzed the game itself (22:25-31:35). Then we hit the biggest bowl games and analyzed them (31:35-51:05). Then I went through one last Boise State diatribe for the season, definitely worth a listen (51:05-56:38), and continued with the bowl-by-bowl discussion (56:38-1:09:00). Next, we recapped Championship Week in college football (1:10:55-1:27:03), gave a Heisman discussion (1:27:03-1:34:56), and asked the NFL question, “Should Tim Tebow be a Pro-Bowler?” (1:34:56-1:44:41). We closed the show with discussions on the NFL, including the Giants vs. Packers game, the possibility of the Packers going undefeated, and finally a discussion on Tiger Wood’s first win in 2 years (1:44:41-Finish).
By Bob Long on December 14, 2011
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