January 19, 2019

(Ep. 35) #BNCPod “Gs Up College Down?”

On episode 35 of #BNCPod the fellas are back with more of the sports hot take tom foolery. After catching up with each other from the happenings of the week, we update our Beer N’ Chicken Super Bowl Pick Em brackets, and see if Cliff can be caught after going 4-0 during the first round of picks. We then hop right into it, as Cliff brings us the story of Isaiah Marshall, the 7th grade Quarterback from Southfield Michigan was just offered a scholarship from coach Jim Harbaugh and the University of Michigan. Is the kid really that good? And how early is too early for college coaches to be offering these young players scholarships? Then Spann takes us into the basketball arena. Scottie Pippen has just stated that he believes that Zion Williamson should shut himself down for the rest of the year, and get prepared for the NBA Draft. Which begs the question, with all 30 NBA teams now having G-League affiliated teams, has it become time for these players to forgo college altogether, and should the G-League finally step up as the farm system the NCAA has been for the NBA up to this point? And finally we stay in the NBA, as Kyrie Irving has admitted in an interview that he called LeBron James to apologize for how he was as a teammate, and that he really didn’t understand what it truly meant to be a leader of a team. Was this Kyrie Irving growing up, or was this a case of him throwing his Celtics teammates under the bus? We’ll discuss all of that, and of course, your boys will Wing It tonight. We don’t really know if Corona’s go well with Chicken Caesar Salads or not, but try that out and let us know while you listen in on episode 35 of The Beer N’ Chicken Podcast!

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