In this week’s Bob Long Sports Radio Show, we analyzed every facet of the BCS National Championship Game, including why Alabama was picked for this game over Oklahoma State, the possibility of a split national championship, and a preview of the X’s and O’s of the game itself (Start-24:10). Next, we discussed Tim Tebow’s magic against the Pittsburgh Steelers in the first round of the NFL playoffs (24:10-36:15), and then I provided an all-time great rant about the Villanova Wildcats and why the team has struggled so badly this season (36:15-54:35). Then, we interviewed PSU football reporter and radio host Cory Giger, who discussed the Bill O’Brien hiring at Penn State (56:50-1:17:55), and we recapped the interview afterwards (1:17:55-1:20:23). Next, we discussed the Philadelphia 76ers resurgence early in the season (1:20:23-1:28:33), revisited the Bill O’Brien hire for more reaction (1:28:33-1:44:38), gave the top 3 overrated and underrated teams in college basketball (1:44:38-1:54:20), and closed the show with a BCS National Championship preview and discussion (1:54:20-Finish).
By Bob Long on January 11, 2012
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