Wednesday, July 28, 2010

4 Quarters Radio July 26

On the July 26 episode of 4QR, Scott shares some preseason props from the national media toward Middle Tennessee State. Then, he slides into wondering why it's the biggest football schools who seem to get the most innocent, impressionable football players, while lesser schools are capable of treating their players like men and teaching them about agents. Well, except for the guy at Grambling. (Hint: the word "pimp" comes up quite a bit here.)

In the second, the focus shifts to baseball. Hall of Fame inductions are discussed, and then Scott tees off on Alex Rodriguez's upcoming 600th home run. The Professor's suddenly-shaky pick of the Tigers to win the AL Central gets notice in the wake of their injury epidemic.

Bobby calls in for the third, and they talk a bit about Chris Paul and his trade demands, complete with guest appearance by the original Veruca Salt herself. Keith Bulluck's new deal with the Giants, the Tour de France's asinine code of "racing etiquette," and discussion of which stadium food vendors are filthy deathtraps fill a hefty variety platter, along with the traditional Epic Fails.

Excised music: "We Are One" by 12 Stones, "Centerfield" by John Fogerty, "They Don't Want" by Electric Wire Hustle, and "15 to 20" by the Phenomenal Handclap Band.

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