1/20 - Debut of "Korzo on Sunday Mornings!"
Korzo on Sunday Mornings: What's Good?
The first weekend since the Stay at Home order, talking all the ways in which we are keeping ourselves occupied. Television continues to be the best distraction from it all, what we're watching and plan on watching. How long until we go back to some semblance of normal, and what does that look like? And a little bit of Vikings talk.
Korzo on Sunday Mornings: Zag Instead of Zig
Lots of COVID-19 discussion, trying to look at the situation as realistically and rationally as we can. Why it's impossible to not politicize this issue. A Vikings update because they are making plenty of moves right now worth talking, or at least griping about. And why it's time to pay the price for Kirk Cousins.
Korzo on Sunday Mornings: Stick to Sports
It's hard to stick to just sports when there are no sports to talk about. The world isn't ending but we have to be realistic and honest about what is going on with COVID-19. Rick Pitino is employed again, and why he rightfully always should've been and Happy Birthday to Sid Hartman who turns 100 today.
Korzo on Sunday Mornings: Approach The Abyss Carefully
Korzo is indifferent as we approach the abyss, but he's not cynical. The Timberwolves are still terrible but it's fun to hope for the future, and all the reasons why we still hate Jimmy Butler. How much is the right amount to pay our NFL players? And speaking of pay days, Tony Romo is all set. The Gophers MBB lost in embarrassing fashion against Maryland, so what do we do with Pitno?
Korzo On Sunday Mornings: Take a Break From Sports
Scott Korzenowski urges you to take a break from sports. Between the Wild unloading to the Timberwolves resting players. Also, plenty of talk on the Miracle on Ice, and the Astros scandal.
Korzo on Sunday Mornings: Get Over It!
Scott Korzenowski has a lot to be disappointed in with Minnesota sports teams lately. Between the Wild loss to the Rangers and the Sharks and the firing of head coach, Bruce Boudreau to lack of leadership within the Timberwolves. And snowflakes just in general, everyone needs to relax and focus on what's important.