Round 1 of the NFL Draft 2017 has just finished. Sean Garmer, Gary Vaughan and Randy Isbelle gather to give their thoughts on what happened.
What do they think about all the trades for the supposedly lackluster quarterbacks? Who has the best spot? Could one of them start in year one?
The guys also look at what all the teams did in Round 1. Who had the best pick, or picks? Who’s setup well for the next couple of rounds? Did they like what the Cleveland Browns and San Francisco 49ers decided in the first round?
Finally, they go over their mock draft and discuss some of the picks they nailed. Some they were way off and some that were close.
In episode six of the Last Word on Steelers Podcast we focus on nine prospects a piece. Three that are over-rated, three that are under-rated, and three that are sleepers. Not all of these players are necessarily being associated with the Steelers prior to the draft, although some do have visits to Steelers headquarters scheduled. Things can quickly change at the draft, especially if one of these players becomes the best available player at their position or is drafted too early by a team that thinks very highly of the prospect. Some of the players discussed are Kareem Hunt, Tim Williams, Budda Baker, Brad Kaaya, Marlon Humphrey, Montravius Adams, Ryan Anderson, Teez Tabor, Patrick Mahomes II, Derek Rivers, Dwuane Smoot, Nico Siragusa Tanzel Smart, Connor Harris and more! Check out www.lastwordonsports.com for exclusive content. On twitter, you can follow us at @LWOS Steelers.
In episode seven of the Last Word on Steelers Podcast we will reveal our final 7-round mock drafts prior to the 2017 NFL draft. Prospects will have finished their visits to the various teams. This will give us the last hints as to the level of interest teams have in their various prospects.We would love to hear Steelers Nation’s input! If you have any comments, suggestions, messages or thoughts feel free to reach out to us!
On this episode of Soccer 2 the MAX, Sean Garmer, Erik Watkins and Rachael McKriger begin their look at the 2017 MLS Season by going through eight teams and talking about their offseason, strengths, weaknesses, and season outlook.
On this show, FC Dallas, Colorado Rapids, D.C. United, Columbus Crew, Orlando City, New York Redbulls, Seattle Sounders and Toronto FC are covered.
Also on this episode...
Rachael gives her thoughts on the She Believes Cup Roster. The exclusion of Megan Rapinoe. Plus, Hope Solo's latest comments.
Finally, the guys give their thoughts on Chicarito possibly coming to MLS in 2018. LAFC have apparently thrown a $15 Million bid out for the player. Also, thoughts on Howard Webb being brought in to help the adjustment to the Virtual Assist Referee or VAR. They discuss if this is good or bad for the sport. Will it really help with some controversial decisions? Or could it create more issues?
is back with Jesse Rosales (@5280Jesse) and Keith Richards (@5280Keith) as they
discuss the Cubs World Series win. The
guys analysis game seven, the decisions made by the managers and the
implications for each team. Jesse and
Keith also get into their 2nd quarter/halftime grades for each
division in the NFL, declaring who they think is the best division in the NFL,
the worst division, and everything in between.
Before talking about What’s On Tap for the next week in sports, the guys
introduce a new segment called Not Overly Complicated in which they touch on
the NCAA, umpires in the MLB, and NFL refs.
Week Three, or as we are calling the "Week of the Dropped Touchdown", was an exciting week full of prestigious programs facing off and Top 25 match-ups galore. Yesh Ginsburg hops on the pod, with Austin, to discuss all the happening from the world of college football. In order they review: Alabama-Ole Miss, Michigan State-Norte Dame, Ohio State-Oklahoma, Florida State-Louisville, North Dakota State-Iowa, Oregon-Nebraska, Houston/Michigan surviving upset attempts, Pitt-Oklahoma State, Texas A&M/LSU/Georgia victories, plus all the Pac12 night action (Stanford-Late games).
Crossing the Line 'Protest Edition' comes your way! Join Keith Anthony Richards (@5280Keith) and Jesse Rosales (@5280Jesse) as they recap last week's NFL action, preview this upcoming
week and the Broncos' players who were fined for hits to Cam Newton. Plus, the US Open and how should player
safety actually be handled. Also, Pumping the Breaks!
Last Word on Sports staff writer Connor Ferguson joins Austin for the second time to preview a loaded Week Three slate. In order, they preview Florida State vs Louisville, Ohio State vs Oklahoma, Alabama vs Ole Miss, Michigan State vs Norte Dame, USC vs Stanford, Oregon vs Nebraska, Houston vs Cincinnati, Miami vs Appalachian State, Colorado vs Michigan, Pittsburgh vs Oklahoma State, Texas A&M vs Auburn, Mississippi State vs LSU, Georgia vs Missouri, UCLA vs BYU and Texas vs Cal.
Week Two of the season is in the books. The Battle at Bristol has come and gone, The Holy War was, well, Holy, and some referee errors. Yesh Ginsburg joined Austin to review a sneaky good week of college football. In order, we review:
1. CENTRAL MICHIGAN-OKLAHOMA STATE
2. PENN STATE-PITT
5. VIRGINIA TECH-TENNESSEE
6. PAC 12 Night recap
a. Arizona State over Texas Tech
b. Oregon over Virginia
c. Wazzu falls to Boise State
d. San Diego State beats Cal
e. Arizona squeaks out over Grambling
7. Georgia/Clemson scares
8. Top ten beat downs
9. Derwin James/ Hunter Renfrow
10. Most impressed by?
11. Top 5 following week 2
Last Word on Sports staff writer Connor Ferguson joins Austin to preview Week 2 of the College Football Season. Which Pac-12 After Dark game excites your interests the most? Can Iowa State keep it close in the Cy-Hawk series? All that and more on this week's preview podcast. In order, we preview: Louisville-Syracuse, NC State-East Carolina, Penn State-Pittsburgh, Kentucky-Florida, Wake Forest-Duke, UConn-Navy, Arkansas-TCU, South Carolina-Mississippi State, North Carolina-Illinois, BYU-Utah, Iowa State-Iowa, Virginia Tech- Tennessee, Texas Tech-Arizona State, Washington State-Boise State, Virginia-Oregon, and Cal-San Diego State.
It came and went much too quickly, Week One of the College Football Season is in the books and Austin is joined by Jake Mitchell to review all that happened. Is Jimbo Fisher a top five coach in the country? Who is in our top 5's? In order: Notre Dame-Texas, LSU-Wisconsin, Ole Miss-Florida St, Houston-Oklahoma, UCLA-Texas A&M, Appalachian St-Tennessee, Georgia-North Carolina, Alabama-USC, Clemson-Auburn.