In this week’s Bob Long Sports Radio Show, with Bob Long and Chris Pierangeli, we discussed the National League Championship Series, including the performances of Ryan Vogelsong and Chris Carpenter in Game 6, as well as a preview of Game 7, Matt Cain vs. Kyle Lohse (Start-17:53). We then previewed the World Series with a discussion about the Tigers (17:53-24:00). After the break, we discussed UCI’s decision to accept USADA’s evidence and strip Lance Armstrong of his seven Tour de France titles, and what that means for his legacy as well as for the sport of cycling (26:18-1:02:07). We then discussed the big games in the NFL last weekend, including the Patriots vs. Jets, Texans vs. Ravens, and more (1:04:25-1:33:10). We closed the show with a discussion on college football. We went through every remaining undefeated team and analyzed which teams will go undefeated for the longest, and how that could affect the BCS bowls at the end of the season (1:35:25-Finish).
By Bob Long on October 24, 2012
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