This past weekend has been considered as one of the greatest college football weekends ever in sports circles and this week on the Girls on the Sideline pod, Lindsay and Whitney discuss in depth why many sports fans are deeming it as such. Today, the girls discuss the rise and fall of the number two, three, and four ranked teams, and how the fall of these teams may affect the rest of the college football season. The girls also discuss the quirky, ridiculous, and funny trick play that occurred during the Kansas vs Iowa State game this weekend.
Did Kansas plan for that to happen??
Lastly, although the girls never talk politics on the show – this past week being election week, they simply couldn’t resist the urge. Lindsay and Whitney discuss the uncharacteristic 6-minute discussion that Greg Popovich had with a sideline reporter last week regarding his opinion on the election.
Between politics, crazy sports plays, and the “Magic Cup Game” of college football rankings, this week – and the weeks to follow – will give the girls a lot to talk about.
Highlights of Today’s Episode:
The “ho-hum” college football schedule turned into one of the most mind-boggling, epic weekends in college football history. How the rise and fall of the three of the Top 5 college football teams may affect the rest of the 2016 season. What’s more important – who a college football team beats… or who they lose to? The Girls on the Sideline’s Research Team (thanks Greg!) crunched the numbers and discovered horrific comparison stats between the FCC East and FCC West. From players laying in the end zone to the white shoe controversy – there are some epic camo trick plays starting to occur throughout college football. Jerry Jones’ announcement that Dak Prescott will play as starting quarterback – with Romo as back up. Is there a rivalry brewing between the Patriots and Seahawks? The brutal ending for the Saints at the Denver game.
Lindsay’s MVP & LVP of the Week:
This week’s MVP award goes to – Greg Popovich, Head Coach for the San Antonio Spurs uncharacteristically speaks out in a 6-minute conversation about the election. This week’s LVP award goes to – Collin Kapernick for his public admission to not voting in the election.
Whitney’s MVP & LVP of the Week:
This week’s MVP award goes to – Gregory Ballard, the Ballard family, and the Atlanta sporting community – Rest in Peace Gregory. This week’s LVP award goes to – Nick Sabon for his totally deaf-tone statement that he “didn’t even know it was Election Day.”
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