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Dec. 2 – John Veneri comes on to discuss the recent move for San Jose State coming to Hawaii this weekend after Santa Clara County’s contact sports ban. Damon Bruce of 95.7 The Game in the Bay Area gives his opinion on the rampant spread of COVID on the mainland and college football currently. Eli Gold, play by play caller for the Crimson Tide, talks the last win from Alabama and the recent shift in mindset for the Alabama Crimson Tide.
Dec. 1 – Scoop Jackson from ESPN joins us to talk the upcoming NBA season and who we should be looking out for as we come out of the condensed offseason. Stephen Tsai from Star Advertiser comes in to talk the upcoming game against San Jose State, and where and if the game will take place. Jesse Nakanishi, Director of Basketball Operations at UH, comes on to talk scheduling out the upcoming UH Men’s basketball season and the issues they’ve had to deal with this offseason.
Nov. 30 – Rich Miano from Spectrum Sports comes on to talk the impressive win over the Nevada Wolfpack and what we’re expecting from the game against San Jose State, if it happens. Bent Beaird from First Coast News talks college football and the possibility of a two-loss Clemson team making it to the College Football Playoffs.