On today’s episode of “Pushing the Envelope” we have a pair of outstanding guests joining me. Along with their topics, which will cover the upcoming NCAA Football season as well as Fantasy Sports, I am also going to be talking about: the NBA Finals, should the Celtics try to bring back the Big 3 and my huge rant about the Comish of the NBA! And it’s going to be all right here, today, on “Pushing the Envelope” the show that does not allow you to sit on the fence and makes you take a side of any and all subjects!
Fist off, since college football is a lot closer than most of you think, we have Michael Felder (9:45 am EST) (@InTheBleachers on twitter), of podcast & web page fame. The former gridiron Tar Heel is going to talk about… football of course, hitting on some of the biggest stories going around right now in the college landscape as well as talk about my idea of a super Division, where only the Top 40 programs in the nation would participate, no matter their conference.
Then it’s on Mike Pichan (10:30 am EST) (FantasyNomad on twitter), rounding out the guest list on “PTE” today. With him it’s going to be a recap of how the teams in the Erik Dickerson Division from Dynasty Sports Empire are doing. Who he sees being ahead and who needs to make the latter picks count. Plus, since the “Nomad”, as he is nicnamed, does host his own show about all fantasy we will talk a bit about college football and how he would build a team if he had to. And finally will ask Mike what we will be listening to on his shows coming up this week!
In between all of this… my “don’t be that guy” segment, “are you kidding me” whacked out story of the week and a rant of sort just for all of you to enjoy. So, do not be that guy staying on the fence, tune into “PTE” from 9:30 til 11:00 am EST (or else check it out on ITunes after the show is over) and check out the show’s on SKYPE room where you can ask questions and make comments about the show! Plus, if you wish to, you can call in the show and talk to me live by dialing… TOLL FREE: (855)-CLNS-NOW or (855)-256-7669.