The NFL is finally back, with the Draft happening Thursday night. We break down the first round, and have a live reaction to hearing the Bengals selection at 21. Our fantasy draft this week is of “busts” in homage to those first round picks that don’t pan out the way we all think the will. Enjoy the show!
In a move that surprised absolutely nobody, the Reds have decided to move on from manager Bryan Price. The Nati Boys discuss the impact this move will have on the team and where we think the Reds will go from here. We also discuss the current state of the NBA and NHL playoffs. The Blue Jackets let the Capitals come back and tie the series after getting off to a 2-0 lead, which has Columbus fans starting to sweat. We wrap up the show with a fantasy draft of our favorite sports traditions and superstitions.
That’s right, we’re talking playoffs on this week’s episode, both NBA and NHL. We give you our picks for the Finals and break down who we think has the best shot to win it this year. With our inspiration being the Las Vegas Knights, our fantasy draft this week is of best debuts. Enjoy the show!
The Reds have struggled out of the gate in 2018, Tiger Woods is struggling at The Masters and the Nati Boys are struggling in general. We power through it though to bring you another electric episode where we try to find a bright spot in the Reds opening week and we look forward to watching some playoff hockey in Columbus. We wrap up the show with a fantasy draft of changes we would implement to make The Masters more entertaining for television viewers.
Well, this really sucks. As a Blue Jackets fan, I loved watching Derek Dorsett. There were some nights that he was the only aspect of the lowly Blue Jackets game worth watching. Whitty and I suffered through some rough losing seasons as season ticket holders (not to brag) but we always sat on the edge of our seats when Dorsett was on the ice. He might not have been the biggest guy on the ice (he was often the smallest) but he played like a man possessed and wouldn’t back down from any player in the NHL, no matter the size. Continue reading →
Good morning and welcome to another edition of Wake up With Whitty. We’re just a couple weeks into that dreaded summer sports lull, but the NHL and NBA have provided us with plenty of excitement to keep us on the edge of our seats. I know nobody wants to have to think for themselves this early in the morning, so let me go ahead and do the thinking for you. Then once you’ve had a chance to wake up a bit, feel free to come back and tell me why I’m wrong. Continue reading →