In this week’s Bob Long Sports Radio Show, we discussed Super Bowl XLV between the New York Giants and the New England Patriots. We analyzed the game itself in many angles, including the Mario Manningham catch near the sideline, the Ahmad Bradshaw touchdown run, and many other elements of the game (Start-27:30). Next, we debated the legacy of Eli Manning after the Super Bowl win. Is he a Hall of Famer? Is he better than Peyton? (27:30-42:40). Then we discussed the Peyton Manning decision. Should the Indianapolis Colts release Peyton Manning, and how healthy is he? And if he is released/never gets back, what’s his legacy in the NFL? (42:40-54:45). We then discussed Tom Brady’s girlfriend, Giselle Bundchen, who criticized the Patriots receivers for not catching passes consistently (54:45-58:30), analyzed the halftime show and commercials (58:30-1:08:00), and gave our closing thoughts on the Super Bowl (1:08:00-1:16:50). After the break, we analyzed the biggest college basketball games of the weekend, including Kansas vs. Missouri in the Border War, debated whether changing conference alliances should impact traditional rivalries, and gave our top 3 overrated and underrated teams in college basketball (1:18:50-Finish).
By Bob Long on February 7, 2012
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