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Football, NFL, Super Bowl discussed on Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis

Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis
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Geronimo Allison Allison, Buccaneers And NFC discussed on Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

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Ray, G. A. And Nunes discussed on CBS Sports Radio

CBS Sports Radio
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NFL discussed on WWL Programming

WWL Programming
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A new story from Sal Licata

Sal Licata
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Dr. Derrick E. White (Ep. 17, 2020)

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COVID-19: Working Remote? Double Down on Communication

The EntreLeadership Podcast
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WAOK Saturday Night
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WWL Programming
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Dak Prescott, Cowboysdak Prescott discussed on First Things First

First Things First
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Ingle discussed on Joe & Evan

Joe & Evan
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2 d ago
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Lottery and instead in college football of your team socks will every year you could get a lot better in the nfl the idea that you're teams going to contend for a super bowl is a sham your team can tend to win a championship in college football if they put together to really good recruiting classes in backtoback years in the nfl if you don't have a star quarterback it doesn't matter how will you draft your team is still gonna suck it'd be almost unwatchable so to me that's a flaw of the nfl game there's ten or twelve guys that are really good if you're fortunate enough to have one of those guys is the quarterback for your team your team teams good and you can win the super bowl if you don't then every nothing else matters a you sit around of look at the texans i mean they have no quarterback they have zero percent chance of winning the super bowl but klay away may be the greatest defence in the league i hear what you're saying but zero chance when do you see a forty point favorite in the nfl now there's a big there is a big gap at difference but there's also a lot more games in college football and i'm going to begin eddie garcia but the other thing i would say is college football does a better job of putting it sport on television to like if you sit down tomorrow on saturday at noon and you wanna what new acer you can watch games all the way straight through the like two am and you will see every major game going on so you could flip around and go from one game to another in the nfl like you get your team locally which may be crappy be one other game on sunday ended sunday i football and those games may or may not be any good in otherwise you have to what sit around and watch.