Sports Inquirer Show 131: NFL Championship Games recap, Bucs and Chiefs in the Super Bowl, RIP Hank Aaron and Larry King, Atlanta United news (1.26.21)

In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we recap the NFL Conference Championship games particularly the failings of Aaron Rodgers and Green Bay, Tom Brady making another Super Bowl, this time with Tampa Bay, the continued brilliance of Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs, potential landing spots for quarterback Matt Stafford, we pay tribute to Hank Aaron and Larry King as well as Atlanta United news.

Sports Inquirer Show 131: NFL Championship Games recap, Bucs and Chiefs in the Super Bowl, RIP Hank Aaron and Larry King, Atlanta United news (1.26.21)

Fighting Peaches: Georgia State basketball Gene Hill pre-Appalachian State home interview (1.20.21)

The Sports Inquirer spoke with Georgia State women’s basketball player head coach Gene Hill for an exclusive interview Jan. 20. Topics included the Panthers winning two contests at Coastal Carolina the previous weekend in Sun Belt play, guard Taniyah Worth scoring a career-high 17 points in the 73-55 victory Jan. 15, playing conference opponents on consecutive days and the Panthers preparing to host Sun Belt foe Appalachian State Jan. 22.

Fighting Peaches: Georgia State basketball Gene Hill pre-Appalachian State home interview (1.20.21)

Fighting Peaches: Georgia State basketball Taniyah Worth pre-Appalachian State interview (1.20.21)

The Sports Inquirer spoke with Georgia State women’s basketball player Taniyah Worth for an exclusive interview Jan. 20. Topics included the Panthers winning two contests at Coastal Carolina the previous weekend in Sun Belt play, Worth scoring a career-high 17 points in the 73-55 victory Jan. 15, transferring into the program after starting her career at Alabama, playing in her home state of Georgia and the Panthers preparing to host Appalachian State in conference play Jan. 22.

Fighting Peaches: Georgia State basketball Taniyah Worth pre-Appalachian State interview (1.20.21)