In this edition of the Sports Inquirer Show we discuss the postponement of the Big Ten and Pac-12 fall sports particularly football and its impact on the ACC, SEC and Sun Belt Conference with audio from Yellow Jackets’ head coach Geoff Collins and Georgia State head coach Shawn Elliott in The Technical State of Georgia Athletics (6:00-36:00), the return of NBA play in the “bubble” with improved play under the quarantined conditions, the emergence of Phoenix, Dallas and Portland, the brilliance of Damian Lillard and the perceived struggles of the Lakers and Bucks in the Backdoor Cut (36:00-51:00) and Collin Morikawa winning the PGA Championship, the start of the NHL Playoffs with antiquated overtime rules, Atlanta United’s announced return to the regular season and the Portland Timbers winning the MLS is Back Tournament in the Miscellaneous Department (51:00-60:00).
In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we discuss:
- Georgia State football’s 24-20 home in over Kennesaw State in its season opener. Audio content from Panthers’ head coach Shawn Elliott included. (3:00-18:00)
- The rest of the previous college football week including thoughts Georgia Tech and Georgia’s home wins over inferior competition, Alabama’s dominance of Louisville and the subsequent Nick Saban/Maria Taylor post-game interview, Michigan and Texas struggles and how SEC dominance may not be the best thing for the sport. (18:00-37:00)
- The Miscellaneous Department including Atlanta United’s road loss at DC United and Nike’s latest advertisement with Colin Kaepernick (37:00-47:00)
In this edition of the Sports Inquirer Show, we recap the College Football National Championship Game between Alabama and Georgia (0:00-21:00) and the NFL Playoffs (22:00-45:00).