Fresh off a four week hiatus, the guys are back to discuss all of the happenings in sports. First will be the conclusion of the college football season where the bowl games and college football playoff games are discussed to put a cap on the season. Next we move into the NFL where the regular season is recapped, followed by analysis of the Wild Card and Divisional rounds, and a preview of the Conference Championships. After that we take a look at the NHL to see how the standings and statistics are shaping up as move past the halfway point. The NBA receives the same treatment as the NHL in terms of standings and statistics. As per usual, we conclude with quick picks and bold predictions to wrap up our first show of 2019.
In the last episode of 2018, we discuss what we learned from the NFL this past weekend in a slew of interesting outcomes. Next we go over the various college football awards, and preview the College Football Playoff matches. The MLS Cup is over now, with a champion finally crowned. We then look at some of our favorite teams in the NHL at this point of the season, and discuss where these teams can go from here. Up next we have a 2018 year of sports in review, where some moments from the beginning of the year that may have been forgotten about come back to light. Lastly, we end with quick picks and bold predictions to conclude the first season of the show.
As we progress to the final month of 2018, the MLS championship is finally upon us. Next we discuss the Bulls coach being fired. MLB resurfaces on the show, with plenty of Hot Stove action in the NL East involving the Mariners. The Flyers have their new GM and the 32nd team has been announced in NHL news. Following that, we discuss the college football playoff final rankings alongside the Heisman finalists. The disturbing news involving Kareem Hunt starts the NFL segment, with Mike McCarthy's firing up next, and concluded by an analysis of the poor officiating of the Chargers and Steelers game. As always, we end with quick picks and bold predictions.
After Thanksgiving break, the guys are back to discuss what we missed in the past week, including Tiger/Phil, Joey Logano's NASCAR triumph, the wild Monday night game, the Warriors losing streak, and the top five college basketball matchup. Following that recap, we look to the conference finals of the MLS playoffs. Another firing comes to our show, as one NHL team's GM departure is highlighted. Next we discuss who has the better win streak, the Houston Texans or the Buffalo Sabres. The NFL is up next, with the misery of the Jacksonville Jaguars and the .500 jungle being topics of discussion. After that, we discuss the past week, the upcoming week, and playoff picture in college football. Lastly, we conclude with quick picks and bold predictions.
On this week's episode of Sports Takeover, we open the show by highlighting the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Championship taking place this weekend. Next we move back to the MLS, where we provide an update on the playoffs as conference finals approach. We stray away from the top 25 this week and discuss our Heisman candidates as the season begins to come to a close in college football. Next we finally put the Le'Veon Bell discussion to bed. Following that, we discuss the teams in the NFL who took massive hits this past weekend, and what they can do moving forward. Jimmy Butler trade talks follows, with implications for the 76ers and Timberwolves. Afterwards, we discuss where the NHL sits a month into the season, with some surprises on both sides of the standings. Lastly, we wrap up with quick picks and bold predictions.
On this week's episode of Sports Takeover, we start with the second round of the MLS playoffs. Next comes a look at men's college basketball as the beginning of the season is upon us. Following that comes coaching turmoil in the NBA and injury news. After that, we look at more partnerships for the NHL and a pair of coaching changes. Next we have a midseason review of the NFL, followed by a recap of the last week in college football. Lastly, we wrap up with some quick picks and bold predictions.
On this week's spooktacular episode of Sports Takeover, we first take a look at zombie like performances and ghosts of seasons past in the MLB. Next we move onto the spooky state of all three Cleveland sports. Up next, and trick or treat from the NHL and their new partnership with MGM for sports gambling. After that, we move into the MLS playoffs, and look at teams who are trying to carve their way into the second round. Up next we look at some mid-season costume changes for players in the NFL, followed by the new College Football Playoff Poll and haunted bottom five. Lastly, we wrap up with quick picks and bold predictions.
On this week's show, we stray away from the success of the NFL to take a look at a few teams at the bottom of league, and wonder what they're doing. Next we hit college football where playoff implications are discussed with Ohio State and Michigan, and UCF and USF. We then shift towards baseball, where NLCS and ALCS recaps are talked about first, followed by World Series analysis and predictions. As always, we wrap up with quick picks and bold predictions.
On this week's episode, we move into the world of soccer to take a look at the Pittsburgh Riverhounds playoff potential. Next we move into the NFL to discuss some immaculate drives by quarterbacks, followed by our top three power rankings in each conference. Moving into college football, we see teams begin to establish dominance at the top, with some one loss schools right on the outside looking in. The talk next moves to the MLB playoffs, where the championship series are heating up with tight matchups in each league. NHL news is the next topic, where we look at a hot start by the Maple Leafs, a cold start by the Golden Knights, and injury news to the Penguins. Lastly, we wrap up the show with quick picks and bold predictions.
On the week's show, we give our predictions for division winners and a potential finals match-up in the NBA. Next, we move onto football where kickers missing is the topic, followed by Drew Brees's new milestone, and wondering about if it's time to panic in Philadelphia. College football sees the focus move to the top 25 where shakeups seem to be occurring every week. Injuries in the NHL follow, with MLB division playoff talk coming next. Finally, the show wraps up with quick picks and bold predictions.