Willie Springer, Thu, 07 Nov 2013 13:23:00 GMT
SEGMENT 1 – Show Open/Kay Adams: Doug cannot repeat most things in the fear of more drops with his voice, a couple take the Chicago Bears-Green Bay Packers rivalry to a whole new level, the perception of ‘Cardinal Nation’ being a rural older looking crowd, the growing likeness of country music (maybe just for Tim), the evolution/de-evolution of music making or collection of bands, @HeyKayAdams gives her national perception of STL especially what it was during the NLCS/World Series, friends or former St. Louisians having a smugness about now living elsewhere that may be better, what to do in fantasy football since big time players are dropping right and left, picking between players that may be one-hit wonders (Nick Foles, Case Keenum) or the real deal as they fill in as starters, QB Michael Vick perhaps the most injury-proned football player of all-time, QB Jay Cutler maybe coming back to the starting job too early, the word on QB Kellen Clemens plus the rest of the available Rams players & missing network TV shows for the past 20-25 years.
SEGMENT 2 – Getting plastered, wasted or hammered at sporting events, how to get plastered, wasted or hammered at certain events and other Tom Foolery.
SEGMENT 3 – Jim Thomas: DE William Hayes breaking a mirror following the Rams’ loss to the Tennessee Titans last Sunday, the frustration of essentially being out of the postseason picture, things not clicking for Jeff Fisher and players like they may have for his teams in Tennessee, thoughts on the scandalous Richie Incognito/Miami Dolphins situation, an anonymous poll shows that players would prefer to have Incognito over Jonathan Martin on their team, the anti-bullying problem & Jamal Mayers makes an unscheduled call giving his take on bullying from a NHL perspective.
SEGMENT 4 – Brett Hull & Email of the Day: The Hall of Fame forward gives his thoughts on red wine, the great start for the Blues, the hot start for other teams especially in the division, how Alex Steen has gotten off to an amazing start scoring 13 goals in 13 games, Brett reflects on his 86-goal season in the 1990-91 season, putting $$ in friend’s pockets, how is role with the Blues has been going so far, the incredible depth in the Western Conference, Brett’s point of view on what it takes to win the Stanley Cup, Doug’s list of greatest living athletes in STL, everyone else debates the list & various more lists.