It’s a baseball episode on this edition of Massholes with Mics. Jordan steers the ship and is joined by Jeremy, Kyle, and Sean to break down the ALCS matchup between the Boston Red Sox and Houston Astros.
Massholes with Mics: Stephon Gilmore Trade Reaction, Week 5 Picks
The Week 5 slate is ready and Jordan mans the ship in Kyle’s absence as Jeremy and Jaclyn join him for another picks episode of Massholes with Mics. The cast also discusses the surprise reported release (turned subsequent trade) of Stephon Gilmore.
In classic fashion, we had a setlist of topics and talked about them very little. However, we did stick to gambling picks for college football, Bishop Sycamore representing the great state of Ohio, and reliving our glory days of High School football.
Buck-Guys Talk: The College Football Week 0 Special
We talked about week zero for approximately 15 minutes. In that time, we gave out some picks and discussed some of the matchups. In the other hour, we talked about so much unplanned stuff that I honestly don’t remember all that we covered. But, that is what usually happens. We will treat this as a surprise and let you be stunned by all the impromptu topics we discussed.
On today’s show, the team came together once again to discuss all of the latest news in the NFL world. We say farewell to Bobby Bowden, we congratulate this year’s Hall of Fame inductees and discuss all of this past week’s biggest news stories.
Oklahoma and Texas are official members of the SEC… in 2025. How will this affect the future of recruiting? Does Texas even matter? Also, how this will affect the other conferences and if those cowards at Notre Dame will finally join the Big Ten. The guys finish by talking about some of the most absurd contracts given out by NBA teams on day one of free agency.
Toilets To Titles, Ep. 70. College Football Predictions
On today’s Toilets to Titles show, college football/NFL draft guru Shane Hallam blessed us with his presence yet again. Shane made his predictions for the college football playoffs and some of the big-time college football player awards.