Monday’s Show Audio – Too Many Flags

Willie Springer, Mon, 24 Nov 2014 13:36:00 GMT

SEGMENT 1 – Show Open: Hello there Chuck, Doug down about the Rams, Tim does not care about the loss, visit to San Diego covering the game, Jeff Fisher cannot say too much about the officials, Rams get hosed by refs again, maybe too many calls, amount of Rams fans from the Southern California area, no chance to hold Stan Kroenke available, team charter flight with the Rams, amount of food available on the way back & trying to figure out the Internet.


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SEGMENT 2 – Jim Thomas: Billy Gilman makes you think, Doug the soothsayer, hello Jim, hard not to put most of the blame on Shaun Hill, not running in the ball at the 3-yard line, more open-minded about Hill not being part of Rams’ future plans, good moments from Hill yet turnovers stick out, TDs wiped out by penalties, no flow to games with too many flags, very questionable call on Marshall McFadden, defense giving up 400+ yards to struggling Chargers offense, jet sweep for Tavon finally works, Hekker with another completion on the fake punt, people call the game a relocation bowl, Rams fans from Southern California, seeing Stan Kronke on the sidelines, Los Angeles Rams fans have sympathy for the St. Louis fans, Sand Diego stadium is not at critical mass, Rams have won only 56 games in the last 11 years, sunny in San Diego, getting some seafood, the time Doug got his credit card number stolen, Mizzou beats Tennessee, Arkansas is one of the hottest teams, west division first division where every team is bowl eligible, how could Mizzou handle Alabama, Arkansas’s quterback is hurt, once you beat Alabama your behind the velvet rope, Mizzou contorls there own destiny, SEC West is the best division in football, Missouri defense constantly stopping the run, will the stadium fill for the friday Mizzou game, Maty Mauk has an outstanding second half, perception based on program not having the heritage, what could the Missouri deffense do against Alabama, Georgia is the beast from the East, how did Missouri lose to Indiana.


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SEGMENT 3 – Joe Strauss: New whip, breaking down college basketball, Lebron James is struggling, hello Joe, interesting stat on the Rams, recognize progress made, Rams are a QB away from being a contender, Phillip Rivers is an elite QB in the NFL, Chargers had some critical tunrovers, progress for Tre Mason, missing piece is a projectable QB, consider laying ten point in the second half for Mizzou, ugly victory for the Tigers, allowing only 105 yards rushing, interesting line movement on Saturday before the game, use perception about Missouri to your advantage, people fixate on the deffenses stumble, winning despite an inefficient offense, Joe likes “Arky”, chance Mississippi State ends up in Alabama, Auburn will stand toe to toe with Alabama, no way that missouri can get to the playoffs, Boston College had a chance to beat Florida State, Pablo Sandoval going to the Red Sox, Hanley Ramirez could potentially play third base, Cardinals in the mix for Jon Lester, the cardinals have payrole flexibility, Cardinals need another starter, Blues finish road trip strong, appeal/stock of college basketball, gambling on football, one and done has hurt college basketball, SLU loses seniors, hello Steve in Wildwood, how much does Steve make, Charlie robin-feeding Moe, The Urge, Willie saw The Urge at cougar bar, robin-feeding this holiday season, talking about 3/11, two pump chump susepended two days time, Doug talks John Adams.


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SEGMENT 4 – TJ Moe: Abbreviations, satirical live reads from Friday, hello TJ, Arkansas potentially bad match up for Missouri, seeing big improvement from the offense, seeing the defense create more takeaways, difficulty filling out attendance after Thaksgiving, the trouble with fielding onside kicks, Charlie trolls Willie, cheeks of plenty, when we get too excited for Mizzou games, Dougs dad crashes through garage door, Doug dreading Christmas shopping & Crestwood malls carnival/


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SEGMENT 5 – Email of the Day


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