Publish Date: 12/19/2017
Fact checked by: Mike Goodpaster
Who let the Dog out? As the youngster was reviewing Rutgers basketball on the show, we had a disruption and possible disagreement about his analysis of the team. You will have to listen in to find out what all the commotion was about.
Nebraska made a coaching change, and hired former player Scott Frost. Frost took the University of Central Florida from winless to undefeated and was named AP coach of the year. The old man likes the hire, but does not like the fact that he was officially named coach before the end of the season. Do you think that college coaches should be able to jump ship before the season is over?
Two conference basketball games have been played, and the “real” season begins in the new year. Most teams have made the most of their cupcake schedule, but there have been some surprises. The top teams have done what most have expected, and you can’t put a stamp on what a team is going to be until they start playing conference games week in and week out. One team is in big trouble early, the Wisconsin Badgers. They are the only team with a losing record (5-7).
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