Sunday, April 10, 2011

4 Quarters Radio: April 8 4th Quarter

The fourth-quarter curriculum for April 8:
--The fellas play a little game of "Who Said It" between Charlie Sheen and a backup tight end. The quotes alone are worth the price of admission.
--In further NFL comedy, Ben Roethlisberger's "religious beliefs" are examined. Bobby ponders whether or not Ben's fiancee is one of the 12 people on Earth who completely ignores the Internet.
--The fellas ponder a Sports Illustrated survey asking fans what they would do without football. Logan has an interesting theory about the distinction between "yard work" and "time with significant other."
--The lawsuit filed against the NFL by MTSU wide receiver Garrett Andrews draws a look. The guys examine whether they would do the same in his shoes.
--The Denver Broncos are said to be looking to draft a quarterback...or are they? The fellas weigh the possibility.
--In the Epic Fails, Bobby shouts out to one angry mother. Mack reminds folks not to step to Dominique Wilkins, while Logan gets political. Scott points out one of Bobby's Raiders coming up limp in the clutch.

Excised music: "My Peoples" by DJ Jazzy Jeff and Raheem DeVaughn.

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