By Bob Long on December 27, 2010
Title: NFL Playoff Picture In this Bob Long’s Sports Podcast, Guest Co-host Jimmy Stevenson and I discuss the entire NFL playoff picture with only 1 week remaining in the regular season. Also, we have the Boise State debate one final time this season. Last show of 2010, check it out!
Posted in Podcast | Tagged Aaron Rodgers, Atlanta Falcons, Baltimore Ravens, Boise State, Brett Favre, Chicago Bears, Danny Woodhead, Green Bay Packers, Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, Jay Cutler, Kansas City Chiefs, Kellen Moore, Matt Forte, Minnesota Vikings, New England Patriots, New Orleans Saints, New York Giants, New York Jets, Philadelphia Eagles, Pittsburgh Steelers, Sam Bradford, Seattle Seahawks, St. Louis Rams, TCU | Leave a response
By Bob Long on December 15, 2010
Title: 12/15 Sports Blitz In this Bob Long Sports Podcast, Chris and I discuss the ever-changing college football coaching circuit, the most anticipated bowl matchups, and the Cliff Lee deal with the Phillies.
Posted in Podcast | Tagged Air Force, Al Golden, Auburn, BCS, Bill Stewart, Cam Newton, Christian Ponder, Cliff Lee, Dana Holgerson, Florida Gators, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Iowa, Jacory Harris, Joe Paterno, Mack Brown, Miami, Miami (OH), Mike Haywood, Missouri, Oklahoma State, Oregon Ducks, Penn State, Philadelphia Flyers, Philadelphia Phillies, Pittsburgh Panthers, Pittsburgh Penguins, Randy Shannon, Ryan Williams, South Carolina, Stanford, TCU, Texas, Tyrod Taylor, Urban Meyer, Virginia Tech, West Virginia, Will Muschamp, Wisconsin | Leave a response
By Bob Long on November 29, 2010
TCU has accepted an invitation to become the 17th member of the Big East Conference and the 9th football member, beginning in the 2012-2013 season. The move puts the basketball conference in a very precarious position, as a league with 17 members, with potentially more members to come, makes scheduling, organization, and distribution of revenue […]
Posted in College Basketball, College Football | Tagged Atlantic 10, BCS, BCS Automatic Bid, Big East, Big XII, Connecticut Huskies, Depaul, Father Donohue, Houston, Louisville, Marquette, Memphis Tigers, Mountain West, NCAA, Notre Dame, Pittsburgh Panthers, South Florida, TCU, UCF, Villanova, Vince Necastro, West Virginia | 1 Response
By Bob Long on November 17, 2010
Title: BCS and National Championship Preview A full, in-depth look at the scenarios that can affect the National Championship picture in college football. I’ll clarify the chaos that exists in the BCS and college football right now.
Posted in Podcast | Tagged ACC, Alabama, Arizona Wildcats, Auburn, BCS National Championship, Big East, Big Ten, Big XII, Boise State, Fiesta Bowl, Iowa, LSU, Michigan State, National Championship, Nebraska, Nevada, Ohio State, Oklahoma State, Orange Bowl, Oregon Ducks, Oregon State, Pac 10, Rose Bowl, SEC, SEC Championship, South Carolina, Stanford, Sugar Bowl, TCU, Utah, Virginia Tech, Wisconsin | Leave a response
By Bob Long on November 5, 2010
Saturday will be one of the most intense, important, and influential days of this year’s college football season. Two top 10 matchups, multiple other ranked matchups, and a milestone-seeking game for Joe Paterno and Penn State highlights the weekend. The biggest matchup of the weekend will take place at Baton Rouge this weekend. Alabama will […]
Posted in College Football | Tagged Alabama, Arizona Wildcats, Auburn, Baylor, Boise State, Hawaii, Illinois Fighting Illini, Jarrett Lee, Joe Paterno, Jordan Jefferson, Kansas State, LSU, Maryland Terrapins, Matt McGloin, Miami, Michigan, Northwestern, Oklahoma State, Penn State, Robert Bolden, South Carolina, Stanford, TCU, Texas, Utah, Washington | Leave a response
By Bob Long on October 20, 2010
Title: 10/20 Sports Podcast In this Bob Long’s Sports Podcast, Chris and I discuss many issues in sports, including the new BCS rankings, the NHL power rankings, and the issues of headshots and other illegal hits in the NFL.
Posted in Podcast | Tagged Alabama, Alexander Ovechkin, Auburn, BCS, Boise State, Brad Edwards, Buffalo Sabres, Desean Jackson, James Harrison, Jonathan Quick, LA Kings, LSU, Michigan State, NFL, Oklahoma, Oregon Ducks, Pittsburgh Penguins, Ryan Miller, South Carolina, TCU, Todd Heap, Toronto Maple Leafs, Washington Capitals | Leave a response
By Bob Long on September 7, 2010
Last night, Boise State defeated the Virginia Tech Hokies 33-30 at FedEx Field in Washington D.C. The game had huge implications for the National Championship picture, as Boise State has only 1 more game that should realistically give the Broncos any trouble. In 2 weeks, Oregon State will travel to the Smurf Turf to face […]
Posted in College Football | Tagged Alabama, BCS, Big Ten, Big XII, Boise State, FedEx Field, Fiesta Bowl, National Championship, Ohio State, Oregon State, SEC, Smurf Turf, TCU, Virginia Tech, WAC | 3 Responses
By Bob Long on September 6, 2010
The first weekend of the 2010 college football season will close with a much-anticipated Labor Day matchup. Boise State will travel over 2,000 miles across the country, and Virginia Tech will travel under 300 miles to “neutral” site FedEx Field, home of the Washington Redskins. Both teams are ranked in the top 10 in the […]
Posted in College Football | Tagged ACC, Andy Dalton, BCS, Boise State, Bud Foster, Chip Kelly, Darren Evans, FedEx Field, Fiesta Bowl, Frank Beamer, Heisman, Heisman Trophy, Kellen Moore, National Championship, Oregon Ducks, Ryan Williams, TCU, Tyrod Taylor, Virginia Tech, Washington Redskins | 7 Responses
By Bob Long on June 10, 2010
Today, two big shifts occurred in college football. The supposed apocalypse of the college football conference landscape appears to be happening. Now the only question is who will be left out of the party, and where teams will land at the end of the roulette. Colorado officially accepted a bid to become a member of […]
Posted in College Football | Tagged Big 10, Big XII, Boise State, BYU, Colorado Buffaloes, Missouri, Mountain West, Nebraska Cornhuskers, Oklahoma, Pac 10, SEC, TCU, Texas, Texas A&M, Utah, Western Athletic Conference | 1 Response
By Bob Long on May 17, 2010
The most pressing issue cascading through the college football landscape is that of conference expansion. Leading the charge for expansion is the Big 10 Conference, whose last expansion occurred in 1989 when Penn State accepted an invitation to join the conference. The Nittany Lions gave up their then independent status in football, and left the Atlantic […]
Posted in College Football | Tagged Backyard Brawl, BCS, Big 10, Big East, Big Ten Network, Big XII, Boise State, Brian Kelly, Colorado Buffaloes, ESPN, Missouri, NBC, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Pac 10, Penn State, Pittsburgh Panthers, Red River Rivalry, Rutgers, SEC, Syracuse, TCU, Texas, Texas A&M, Utah | Leave a response