Baggs, U-Gene, and JimmyTV discuss the shocking news regarding two NFL linebackers in Junior Seau and Jonathan Vilma. Then a rousing debate heats up regarding the NHL and NBA playoffs, including predictions and which playoffs are better. http://youtu.be/hMhxNms6Gfw
There’s no better way to celebrate the NFL Draft’s imminence than an NHL playoff article! It seems weird that the NHL season should go well into the spring (and almost into the summer). When you think puck you think sub-zero temperatures, pick-up pond games and maybe even a little Gordon Bombay. I’m going to try […]
Did anyone ever think Ozzie Guillen would apologize for anything? I certainly didn’t. If you somehow missed it, Ozzie Guillien commented that he “respected” former Cuban leader Fidel Castro, in particular because he had survived so many assasination attempts. Following those comments, an uproar ensued from anti-Castro Cubans, most of whom are based in Miami. […]
As we begin the yearly transformation from lion to lamb, the eternal question for sports fans rears its ugly head: which is the greatest sports month of the year? Only a few make the cut and each will be given its time in the sun. February – We start out with the single biggest annual […]
After a bit of a hiatus Eugene and Baggs briefly discuss the Super Bowl and Eli Manning’s legitimacy before discussing everything from the England national soccer team to fighting in the NHL.
After watching the New York Giants come away from Indianapolis clutching the coveted Lombardi Trophy I had to ask myself, was this team really deserving of being the best in the land? Sure I realize that they had to win three playoff games, two of which on the road against (supposedly) better opponents. I also […]
Baggman and Eugene discuss how the media portrays college coaches and the nature of college sports that allows coaches to become larger than life, as well as NFL, some footy and some puck.
The Baggpod Sports edition returns after the long weekend to discuss the NFL playoffs, the future of football and how the sports media has too much power.