Podcast: Pushing the Envelope (October 13, 2012)

It’s Saturday, it’s football season, there is basketball going on, and that can only mean one thing… you need to start the day off with another episode of “Pushing the Envelope” podcast (9:30 a.m. til 11:00 a.m. EST), the show that never fence sits on sport subjects. In today’s show three great guests covering the world of college football and of course fantasy sports. Add to that my segments about “Don’t be that Guy/Gal” and “What the HECK were you thinking” and we have ninety minutes packed of excitement.

First off it’s Brandon Folsom (@Brandon_Folsom on twitter), writer, editor and recruiting guru for Spartan Avenue on FanSided. Brandon will be on from the get go and we will be talking all football all the time. Touching on the best games for today, what upsets there could be and most of all the final question I ask all: “which one game would you watch”. After that it’s the Y2K version of Jimmy the Greek, as Lauren Brownlow (@Lebrownlow on twitter), stops by at 10:00 a.m. to talk about the Triangle (UNC, Duke and N.C. State), including the fact she called (before the season began) that N.C. State would take down FSU. And finally, the dalai lama of the fantorama, also known as Michael Pichan, (@FantasyNomad on twitter), of rotoinfo.com podcast fame, comes on to discuss National Football League start/sit with us for the upcoming week. Mike, who will be on from about 10:35 til the end, will also answer any questions that you may have about your fantasy team, so make sure to send them in either via twitter or facebook.

And finally, along with all of this, there is you, the listeners. You can call in and ask me or my guests anything you want @ (347) 215 7771. You can listen to the show both on CLNS Radio or on BlogTalkRadio, or if you can not make it live, you can always get the download on ITunes. In the end, it’s another football Saturday and the best way to tackle it is to listen to the show that never sits on the fence… Pushing the Envelope!

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