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Projecting Every Champion of 2018
2018 is set up to be an unbelievable year in sports. Which teams/schools have what it takes to go all the way and win a championship in their respective sport? That answer, plus more all in this week’s episode of To Be Frank.
Recapping NFL Free Agency 2017
Frank takes a look at the biggest winners and losers of Day 1 of NFL Free Agency, the “NBA-esque” trade between the Houston Texans and Cleveland Browns and much more.
LBJ Out of Line
LeBron is acting like a total prima donna, and that’s coming from one his biggest supporters. I break down his behavior of late and detail why it’s essential for The King to immediately start acting like the leader he’s always been. Plus, a brief Super Bowl preview & how Groundhog Day may no longer be relevant.
The Future of The Pacific Pro League
A new business venture by Tom Brady’s agent could dramatically alter the overall landscape of college football. Frank looks at the potential impact the Pacific Pro League could have on collegiate football and why high school recruits could soon be taking it very seriously. Plus- The Gambling Gurus make their debut on the show. Each week, Gus & Ben will break down the latest spreads and lines and give their picks on the biggest games of the week.
Scout.com’s Director of Basketball Recruiting & FS1 & Fox Sports College Basketball Insider, Evan Daniels, joined Frank to discuss his potential NCAA Men’s Basketball Player of the Year Award finalists, why he’s not ready to declare UCLA’s Lonzo Ball the top player overall in the 2017 NBA Draft Class, and much more. Plus, where does Rex Ryan go next? Frank speculates on a potential landing spot that could catch most by surprise.
MLB on FOX Reporter, Fox Sports.com Senior Baseball Writer and MLB Network Insider, Ken Rosenthal joined Frank to discuss all the MLB hot stove rumors & how amazing it was for him to cover this year’s World Series.