Sean is joined by Paul Burke to talk about The Open Championship’s first round. They talk about Phil Mickelson’s 63, American domination at Troon, their favorite parts about watching British Open golf, who will win, and the best bets heading into Friday.
Sean has Paul on the podcast to talk about the monstrous Oakmont Country Club, host of the US Open. They also make their top 3 picks and try to find a dark horse in the field.
The sports world is in full swing right now. March Madness just ended in the best way possible, baseball is back, the Warriors are out to play, but most important is the Masters are here. They tee off today and the field is wide open. Sure you have some favorites, but in the last few […]
Sean has Paul Burke on to discuss the Masters. In part 1 they talk about Masters winners from 10, 20, and 30 years ago. 2006 (0-7:15 mark) – Phil Mickelson1996 ( 7:15- 22:55) – Nick Faldo 1986 (22:55- end) – Jack Nicklaus Subscribe to my newsletter Follow me on Twitter
G&G co-hosts Aaron Gillette and Peter Gumas take a look back at the biggest matchups, story lines and playoff picture in their Week 12 NFL Recap. Are Brock Osweiler and Matt Hasselbeck the answers for Denver and Indianapolis? Who will win league MVP, Tom Brady or Cam Newton? And are the Seahawks and Chiefs primed […]
The big four sports don’t really need to have huge stars to draw in viewers and fans. US soccer manages to bring in international stars to draw some major attention. Men’s tennis has its big four of Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Rodger Federer. Women’s tennis has Serena Williams. Men’s golf has…wait, I […]
Jason Day’s name can finally be crossed off of the best players not to win a major list. The 27-year-old Aussie finally got his 1st major win at Whistling Straits and The PGA Championship. It was a historic day in many ways for Jason and we also have a new #1 in the game. Jason […]
There has been a lot of Twitter beefs lately with Drake and Meek Mill or Niki Minaji and Taylor Swift. I literally have no idea what they’re about and don’t care but it got me thinking about some sport beefs. In sports they’re really called rivalries and in the music world they’re called beefs. I […]