It’s the most exciting college basketball weekend of the year, and the Nati Boys are here to talk you through our brackets and great match-ups of March. We give you our Final Four picks, and let you know what we’re looking forward to in the tournament. Enjoy the show!
We’re keeping things local this week as the Nati Boys kick off the show by talking about the regular season successes of the UC and Xavier men’s basketball teams. Both schools won regular season conference championships and took home a plethora of team and individual accolades. In the NFL, the Bengals decided not to use their franchise tag this year and we discuss whether or not the team’s first free agent signing will have a big impact on the upcoming season. In baseball, the Reds are struggling to find their bats as spring training gets into full swing but there have been a few bright spots with some of the teams young, up-and-coming stars. To wrap up the show we have a fantasy draft of athletes who went on to noteworthy second careers outside of sports.
It’s everyone’s favorite time of year! We’ve hit the quarter-season mark in the NFL, which means it’s time for the Nati Boys to present their quarter-season NFL awards. The guys also discuss Lavar Ball’s decision to pull his youngest son out of high school in order to home school him, and we reflect on the NBA’s changes to the All Star format. We preview UC’s and OSU’s upcoming matchups, and we pick on the Browns a little bit for not being very good at football. We give our upcoming NFL picks as Whitty tries to climb out of the cellar and gain some ground on the other guys. Finally, in honor of OJ’s recent release, we wrap the show up with a fantasy draft of the first things we would do upon being released from prison.
On today’s episode the Nati Boys podcast, we recap the Bengals victory over the shitty Browns, plus a few more NFL topics, including major injuries and the Patriots decade of dominance possibly being over. We also talk about the NCAA football weekend, and Mac puts Butch Jones officially on the hot seat. The NBA is almost back, and Lavar Ball is a man of the people. We promise we don’t make any “Juice is loose” puns when talking about OJ Simpson being released, and we end the show with MLB, closing out the Reds season, and making some playoff predictions. Enjoy the show!
On today’s episode the Nati Boys, the guys get scandalous talking about the recent indictments brought down by the FBI on a few different NCAA coaches and schools. We also talk Harbaugh vs. Purdue’s visitors locker rooms, and the upcoming college football weekend for the Buckeyes and Bearcats. Our NFL talk includes our picks against the spread, Brent Musburger dissin’ Tony Romo, and a San Diego restaurant giving away free tacos when the Chargers lose. We wrap the show up with a fantasy draft of our favorite sports scandals. Enjoy the show!
The Nati Boys start the show off with some NBA talk, including KD being caught red-handed on Twitter, Kyrie not giving a shit what LeBron thinks, and the Lakers being piss poor, but rich. Hockey is also back with pre-season games dropping the puck Tuesday night; we preview the CBJ season, and look forward to some sweet hockey fights. We end the show talking football, with previews of the Buckeyes and Bearcats weekends, and then our NFL picks. Our fantasy draft this week is of our favorite backups, inspired by AJ McCarron having the back of our starter, Andy Dalton.
We’ve got a football heavy episode today as we dive deep into the struggling Bengals and talk about whether or not the offensive coordinator change is enough to kick start this offense. A lot went on during week 2 of the NFL, including Joe Thomas’s milestone, Antonio Gate’s record, Jay Cutler’s return to football and Jerry Jones’s attempt to block the commissioner’s contract extension. On the college football side, we recap the Bearcats and Buckeyes victories, we’ve got some newcomers in the AP top 25, and we had a wild finish in the Florida/Tennessee game. Finally, we wrap things up by confessing that the Nati Boys are a little bit more basic than you may have thought.