In this week’s Bob Long Sports Radio Show, with Bob Long and Chris Pierangeli, we discussed the final weekend of the regular season in college football, with emphasis on the National Championship picture, as well as the downturn of USC this season, the resurgence of the Pac-12, and the undefeated Notre Dame season (Start-37:17). After the break, we analyzed the ill-thought out statement made by a prominent ESPN analyst about Ohio State football, previewed the important conference championship games this weekend, debated who should win the Coach of the Year in the Big Ten, and debated who should win the Heisman Trophy (40:05-1:32:17). We closed the show with a discussion of Week 12 in the NFL, including the Thanksgiving games, the controversial calls in the Texas vs. Lions game, the Wild Card and Divisional Playoff races, and much more (1:35:10-Finish).
By Bob Long on November 27, 2012
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