Jay Glazer, Peter King, and JT The Brick all discuss the Josh Brown situation in New York.
Colin Cowherd thinks the MLB wants the Cubs to make the World Series every year, and then lose the World Series every year, saying the ‘Lovable Losers’ will lose their allure if they end their drought.
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Clay Travis thinks BYU's fake punt call on 4th and 19 on their own goal line was one of the worst playcalls ever.
An in-depth look at the reasons why the NFL has seen a decrease in ratings across the board, including takes from Fox Sports Radio talent.
Andrew Miller, Cleveland Indians teammate of Trevor Bauer, tells a story about how Trevor wanted to use a torch to close up his finger wound in the ALCS.
Colin has seen enough to know for certain that the Packers division is Minnesota's for the foreseeable future.
Rich Eisen believes that the college football playoff bracket needs to expand out one round and include a total of 8 teams.
Dan Patrick believes he saw Larry King behind home plate at the NLCS, and he was eating popcorn with a freaking spoon.
When watching Thursday Night Football, JT The Brick asks if we are really sure current players aren't actually worse than the eams from the 1980's and before.
The Giants kicker has been accused of some pretty despicable things, and Jay Mohr sounds off on him.
The Dodgers' risky decision to save Clayton Kershaw for Game 6 in Chicago backfired on them, as they lose game 5 and face a must-win now
The Green Bay Packers QB reminded everyone just how good he was last night, as he finally showed some signs of being back.
During an interview, Tiger Woods revealed that he honestly believes he will break Jack's record of 18 major victories.
Jay reacts to upsetting news that Louisville has escaped serious penalties stemming from an alleged sex scandal involving the school's basketball program....
The Los Angeles Sparks defeated the Minnesota Lynx in a thrilling WNBA championship game that topped the awful Thursday Night Football matchup.
Clay Travis speculates about one of the biggest moments in sports history, the Steve Bartman foul ball, and how the world would have reacted to it today.
Not stealing on Jon Lester due to the analytical downside of it, coupled with some questionable decisions, means that the Dodgers officially have a problem.