That One Sports Show
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Two radio co-hosts reunite after college and discuss the sports world. Friendly for all listeners. Sports quotes, sports history and sports stats you've never even thought to look up. Released weekly, listeners can call to leave rants, criticisms or new topic ideas at (614) 398-3243.
Most Recent Episode
#87 [GB] – Coin Flip or First Pitch, World Baseball Classic, Sports History
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Thanks for joining us for another week in sports! A lot to get to including baseball, a brief jaunt into football and a look around Columbus. We’ll also hit some of the important sports history moments of the week. Below are the raw show notes. Enjoy!
Would You Rather
Would you rather throw out the first pitch or do the coin flip? Geoff goes with lame coin flip, John goes with high risk high reward first pitch.
Lowest seed in the Final Four
Geoff – Oregon
John – Xavier
Last Week: Where does Tony Romo go. Denver, Houston, Anywhere else.
John – Houston
Geoff – Denver
Who’s the first low-seed to lose?
John – Duke (Best answer)
Geoff – Gonzaga
This week in sports history
1923 The first radio broadcast of ice hockey is made by Foster Hewitt.
1953 NBA record 106 fouls & 12 players foul out (Boston-Syracuse)
1964 UCLA completes undefeated NCAA basketball season (30-0)
1989 Pete Rozelle announces retirement as NFL commissioner after 29 years
1994 Wayne Gretzky ties Gordie Howe’s NHL record of 801 goals
Beat DC United 2-0, sitting at 1-1-1 heading into a game at Portland on Saturday evening
Led by Ola Kamara, 2 goals scored, and Ethan Finley and Federico Iguain with 1
Clinched a spot in the playoffs
President’s Cup is still in discussion
Flyers on Saturday
Sabres on Tuesday
The NFL will be distributing a video on what you can and cannot do for your on-field celebrations
United States wins their first World Baseball Classic 8-0 over Puerto Rico. This was a huge achievement for Puerto Rico, “A lot of their guys say no to the baseball classic. None of our main guys say no to the baseball classic.”
Pointed out by listener pdroll
– Puerto Rico is only 3500 square miles, the size of connecticut
– Economic hardship after major financial mismanagement by the government leaving the country 70 billion dollars in debt and 45% of the population in poverty
– “There were no crimes, there were no assassinations back home while we were playing in thi