Bri The Sports Guy
An autistic young man and his Dad talk sports
A 3 day per week podcast focused on the latest news in the world of basketball (professional and college) and football (professional and college). In addition to the podcasts, we plan to blog a few times per week as “Breaking News” hits our phones. While we will focus largely on basketball and football Bri will also weigh in on major sports news in hockey, golf and other sports.
E693: Boo Buie becomes NU Wildcats Men’s hoops all time leading scorer; Duke’s Filipowski hurt in a court storm; NFL salary cap increases by a higher than expected $31MM; Cubs re-sign CF/1B Cody Bellinger and The guys preview the NL East (Braves are stacked, Phils rotation is elite; Marlins and Mets look mediocre and Nats will bring up a lot of prospects by seasons end.
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Recent podcast episodes
E686: Celtics are elite but Clippers are coming on in the NBA; Sparty’s Tom Izzo joins the 700 win club in men’s college hoops; Oilers have won 16 straight while Leafs Matthews is on pace for 70 goals in the NHL; PGA Tour sells 25% share to a group of US investors for $3B; Orioles sell for $1.73B in MLB while Reds and Brewers have a lot of young guys that could shine this season.
E685: Chiefs beat undisciplined Ravens and 49ers come back from down 17 at half to beat Lions; Chargers, Falcons and Panthers ink their head coaches, (Seahawks and Commanders remain open); Bucks officially hire Doc Rivers and super star amateur golfer Nick Dunlap turns pro after winning the AMEX.
E684: Bri makes his NFL picks (Ravens beat Chiefs and Lions shock 49ers) then we discuss: Harbaugh to the Chargers and other NFL coaching changes; Bucks fire Griffin and hire Doc Rivers; Utah Jazz owner wants an NHL franchise in Salt Lake City (relocate Coyotes?) and Brewers sign Hoskins to play 1B.
Recent blog posts
Will Timberwolves move Robert Covington? Kevin O'Connor from the Ringer discusses Covington and how Houston is showing interest in the good on defense, "three and D wing" on a decent contract. Bri would like to see Covington traded to the Warriors with whatever else...
PAC 12: #5 Utah (11-1) vs. #13 Oregon (10-2) on Friday night from Levi's Stadium Oregon is led by veteran QB Justin Herbert 3140 passing yards, 31 TD's and a strong, experienced offensive line. Oregon's lead rusher is CJ Verdell with 162 carries for 963 yards and 5...
Caddying in the RSM Classic Pro Am-What a Treat I had a great day yesterday caddying for my friend Ed Witt in the pro am for the RSM classic on the Seaside course at Sea Island. Special thanks to Geoff and Rick from Graybar, our terrific hosts. Highlights included:...