In this edition of the Sports Inquirer Show, we discuss the impact the coronavirus has had in the Summer Olympics (3:00-15:00), Major League Baseball (15:00-21:00), National Football League and the upcoming draft (21:00-40:00) and mixed martial art particularly UFC 249 and the Khabib/Tony Ferguson fight (40:00-47:00).
In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we discuss:
- Major League Soccer included Atlanta United’s road loss to Toronto in its regular-season finale costing the team the Supporter’s Shield, Atlanta’s struggles with lineup adjustments and a preview of the playoffs. Audio from Tata Martino, Brad Guzan and Michael Parkhurst. (6:00-25:00)
- The past week in the NFL including the efficiency of the Eagles and Chiefs, the rise of James Conner in Pittsburgh replacing Le’Veon Bell, underrated seasons for Russell Wilson and Adrian Peterson, the value of Todd Gurley and Green Bay’s questionable trades. (25:00-38:00)
- The Miscellaneous Department with the Boston Red Sox earning the World Series and the over-analysis of the over-usage of statistics in running a baseball team. (38:00-44:00)
In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we recap the past week in the NFL including the success of Chicago and Baltimore, the struggles of Atlanta and Pittsburgh, and Indianapolis’ Frank Reich non-wise overtime decision (3:00-34:00), the week in college football including Georgia State’s home win over Louisiana Monroe with audio from Sean Elliott, Dan Ellington and Penny Hart, higher expectations in Georgia and Notre Dame being a legitimate playoff contender (34:00-53:00) and the Miscellaneous Department focuses on the United States’ woes in the Ryder Cup, Atlanta United’s road loss at New York Red Bulls and the Major League Baseball playoffs (53:00-63:00).