Sports Inquirer Show 116: NFL Preview, Georgia State football, Atlanta United, MLB Playoffs (10.15.20)

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In this edition of the Sports Inquirer Show:

We preview the upcoming week of the NFL season particularly the firing of Dan Quinn by the Atlanta Falcons, the short and long-term impact of Dallas Cowboys’ quarterback Dak Prescott’s season-ending ankle injury, the strong form of Pittsburgh and Cleveland and more in the Gridiron Blitz

Georgia State football preparing to face Arkansas State with audio from Panthers’ head coach Shawn Elliott and Red Wolves head coach Blake Anderson as well as Georgia Tech hosting Clemson with audio from Yellow Jackets’ head coach Geoff Collins, the impact of Alabama head coach Nick Saban contracting the coronavirus and more in the Technical State of Georgia Athletics

Atlanta United earning a 1-1 draw at Inter Miami with audio from manager Stephen Glass in the Original Free Kick

Thoughts on the MLB Playoffs and the Los Angeles Lakers winning the NBA championship in the Miscellaneous Department

Fighting Peaches: Georgia State football Shawn Elliott pre-Arkansas State interview (10.1.19) #sportsinquirer #georgiastatefb #gsupanthers #sunbeltfb #funbelt

Georgia State football head coach Shawn Elliott
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The Sports Inquirer spoke with Georgia State football head coach Shawn Elliott following the team’s practice on Oct. 1. Topics included how the team spent the previous bye week, the play of receiver Aubry Payne, areas of improvement on defense and preparing to host Sun Belt Conference foe Arkansas State on Oct. 5.

Zone Coverage: Arkansas State football @AStateFB Blaise Taylor @blaisetaylor1 interview #sportsinquirer #funbelt

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Arkansas State football defensive back Blaise Taylor
Photo credit: Jerry Scott (Arkansas State Athletics)

The Sports Inquirer spoke with Arkansas State football senior defensive back Blaise Taylor during the Sun Belt Media Day festivities in New Orleans earlier this summer. Topics included thoughts on the Red Wolves’ off-season, the cohesion of the defense and the high standards at Arkansas State. The Red Wolves open their season on Sept. 2 at Nebraska.