Listen: Sharks, Pittsburgh Steelers And Mike Shanahan discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News
"Joe Salvator here talk, sharks sharks and coyotes had just finished the first period down in Arizona. Good one for the sharks. They got two goals in a fifty second span. Joep Avello ski and Logan couture. Finding the back of the net. So San Jose leading Phoenix by a score of two to nothing is a sharks out shot the coyotes twelve the seven in that opening period were about six minutes away from finding out who wins the Heisman Trophy this year the favor right now based on the odds in Vegas is Cuyler Murray out of Oklahoma tomorrow, the forty Niners will host the Denver Broncos Broncos are very familiar teams. Diners coach Kyle Shanahan spent a lot of his senior year in high school on the sidelines when his dad Mike Shanahan was the coaching dead. Verts, you know, they won the Super Bowl my senior in high school, which was real need. And that was back when they didn't have wireless court. So was. Always the cord boy holding my dad's courts, which got made fun of a lot for it. But those neat to be up front and personal with everything. Always the last last guy to hold courts for coach in the Super Bowl has me. If you want a trivia question after that Green Bay SuperBowl. They went wireless the next year. So. I think they only one one more because they're not as good of a court holder raiders will take on the Pittsburgh Steelers. Tomorrow army beats navy and the one hundred nineteenth meeting of those two schools to get school. Seventeen to ten was the final army now ten and two with the armed forces bowl to go. UC Davis season ends Edney FCS quarter-final. They lose to eastern Washington. Thirty four to twenty nine and one more note, the US women's national team draws group f- for next year's World Cup in France. The US will play Thailand chilly and Sweden in pool plates. The fifth straight women's World Cup that the United States and Sweden will be in the same group. Sports a fifteen and forty five and all these one zero six nine AM seven forty KCBS when it comes to."