The Sports Inquirer Show 33 (9.17.18) #sportsinquirer #sportsinquirershow #nfl #collegefootball #gsupanthers #georgiatech #georgiabulldogs #atlutd

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In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we recap Week Two of the NFL season including Atlanta’s triumph over Carolina, struggles for the New York Giants and Pittsburgh, the hot starts of Kansas City with Pat Mahomes and Tampa with Ryan Fitzpatrick along with Vontae Davis’ retirement from Buffalo (3:00-47:00), the college football landscape including thoughts on Georgia State, Georgia Tech and competitive balance in the SEC (47:00-57:00) and in our Miscellaneous department, Atlanta United’s road win at Colorado and the Canelo Alvarez win over Golovkin in boxing (57:00-63:00).

 

 

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Free Kick: Atlanta United Tata Martino presser 9.13.18 #sportsinquirer #atlutd #uniteandconquer

Atlanta United Tata Martino
Atlanta United manager Tata Martino
Photo credit: Atlanta United

The Sports Inquirer attended the presser of Atlanta United manager Tata Martino before his team’s practice on Sept. 13. Topics included dealing with rumors of players and coaches’ turnover  including his own, preparing the team to play in high altitude on the upcoming road trip, the return of Darlington Nagbe to training and player availability with three games in eight days. Atlanta returns to action on Sept. 15 at Colorado.

Free Kick: Atlanta United Michael Parkhurst presser 9.13.18 #sportsinquirer #atlutd #uniteandconquer

Atlanta United Michael Parkhurst
Atlanta United defender Michael Parkhurst plays ball in contest
Photo credit: Atlanta United Communications

The Sports Inquirer attended the presser of Atlanta United defender and captain Michael Parkhurst before his team’s practice on Sept. 13. Topics included dealing with rumors of players and coaches’ turnover, preparing to play in high altitude on the upcoming road trip, the return of teammate Darlington Nagbe to training and working with the reserves. Atlanta returns to action on Sept. 15 at Colorado.