Assistant football coach at Division 1 FBS Coastal Carolina University Josh Caraway joins Ralph and Joseph Miranda to discuss his role with the running backs and special teams (4:15), the Chanticleers big win over Kansas (13:47), challenges of playing and… Read More ›
Ralph and Joseph Miranda debate the best quarterback draft strategy and how to develop a young quarterback (1:18) before analyzing the keys to building a winning NFL franchise (31:05) and hiring a successful head coach (43:33).
Former professional baseball player Stanton Cameron, aka The Hit Doctor, joins Ralph and Joseph Miranda to talk the Covid-19-shortened MLB season (2:56), playing without fans (19:15), and this year’s expanded playoffs (21:08) before giving his opinion on the World Series… Read More ›
Ralph and Joseph Miranda discuss their major fantasy football revelation (1:01), NFL Week 1 takeaways (10:45), the Big Ten’s revote to play an eight-game season (21:41), and fan attendance during the pandemic (29:02).
Ralph and Joseph Miranda touch on the hottest topics of the upcoming NFL season, including no preseason games (2:42), Covid-19 (13:31), new playoff format (17:00), and fan attendance (24:09), before breaking down each division (28:44) and giving their Super Bowl… Read More ›
In your guide to the 2020 fantasy football season, Ralph and Joseph Miranda breakdown the rankings by position (8:55), discuss their draft strategies (26:44), and highlight some potential sleeper picks to keep an eye on (33:21).
Ralph and Joseph Miranda discuss the turmoil of the upcoming college football season (2:19), the first few weeks of the MLB season (20:25), and the current state of the PGA Tour (34:32).
Ralph and Joseph Miranda breakdown the return to sports, focusing on NCAA (1:30) and NFL football (18:50).
Ralph and Joseph Miranda breakdown the return to sports, focusing on the NBA (2:31), MLB (12:27), and PGA Tour (25:22) restarting their seasons.
Ralph and Joseph Miranda discuss some bracket feedback (1:06) before analyzing the final matchup between the 1978 Pittsburgh Steelers and the 1989 San Francisco 49ers (13:05) to determine the greatest Super Bowl champion of all time.