Jason Floyd of The MMA Report and RadioInfluence.com joins Brian and Har-bo in the first segment to discuss Conor McGregor and the aftermath of his unfathomable behavior last week in Brooklyn. Jason and Brian agree that Khabib Nurmagomedov is justified in being listed as the favorite, and Floyd informs us that November is the likely date for this showdown for the lightweight strap.
March Madness is here and the first full slate of games will go down shortly after noon Eastern on Thursday and last until past midnight. Brian is here to discuss the 2018 NCAA Tournament, revealing who he likes to cut the nets down. Also, Christopher Smith of SECCountry.com joins us to help break down every NCAA and NIT game involving SEC schools. Games Galore 35 is here to get you ready to fill out your bracket!
Games Galore 34 gets off to a running start with Brian hitting on some of today's afternoon action and his 5-0 sweep of last night's college hoops card. He goes in on Mark Fox briefly and a few other issues like Arizona vs. ESPN. Maybe Sean Miller is innocent?! Our featured guest is GambLou, one of the world's premier UFC experts, especially as it relates to gambling. G-Lou shares plenty of UFC 222 opinions and we touch on some future fights and the Jon Jones saga.
Football season is over, so the Games Galore 33 conversation centers around college hoops, the NBA trade deadlines and the latest UFC news. Brian and Harbo talk about how bad Floyd Mayweather would get beaten down in the Octagon by Conor McGregor if a potential rematch with MMA rules materializes. We also hit on rumors of Nate Diaz facing Tyron Woodley and the new matchup between Frankie Edgar and Brian Ortega. In terms of hoops, Brian thinks Richard Pitino is in trouble at Minnesota and Mark Fox better manufacture a strong run to finish the regular season in Athens. Other topics included #Nebrasketball, Washington as an underdog tonight at Oregon and much more. Get your Games Galore fix on right now!
Brian goes solo in the opening segment of GG 31, hitting on New England's comeback win over Jacksonville and the Gators' win at Rupp Arena. Harbo and Brian briefly hit on UFC 220, as Daniel Cormier and Stipe Miocic defended their belts in Boston. Next, SECCountry.com's Christopher Smith joins the show to talk SEC hoops. Finally, in the closing segment, Jay Greeson, the co-host of Press Row on ESPN Chattanooga (105.1 FM) from 3-6 p.m. Eastern Monday-Friday who is also a columnist for the <EM>Chattanooga Times Free Press, gives a few opinions on tonight's NBA card. Brian and Jay also delve into the Cavaliers' dysfunction, Mark Fox and UGA's recent struggles, the current state of the John Calipari's Kentucky Wildcats and the greatness of Trae Young. Get your fill of hoops convo by listening to Games Galore 31 with Brian, Harbo, Christopher and Jay.
The Games Galore 30 podcast features a pair of guests, including VegasInsider.com's Tony Mejia and Jason Floyd of The MMA Report and RadioInfluence.com. Brian and Tony break down Saturday's college basketball card and hit on the two NFL games for Sunday. Jason and Brian discuss the latest talking points in mixed martial arts, including Bellator 193, UFC 220 and UFC 223. Brian closes the show with a solo segment hitting on a number of topics. Don't make any bets for this huge sports weekend until you listen to the 30th edition of the Games Galore podcast!
Brian and Har-Bo fly solo today and re-cap the bowl season. Pat Fitzgerald and Mark Stoops pulled a Dumb & Dumber impersonation with their coaching mistakes at crunch time of the Music City Bowl. Brian lets both coaches have it for those knucklehead mistakes. He also lets himself have it for a horrible bowl season, but at least he's on fire in college hoops right now. Lots of college hoops talk is on the agenda as well, in addition to UGA-Alabama and much more.
Brian touches on a slew of topics in the introductory segment ranging from college football, the NFL, college hoops, the NBA and UFC 218. Next, Trey Wallace of the Read-Optional.com joins Games Galore 27 from Nashville. Trey fills us in on a number of things from the coaching searches at Florida and Tennessee, in addition to the lack of interest in Louisville's Bobby Petrino. After Brian laments on several Bad Beats in basketball this week, we welcome Russell Smith to the show from Knoxville. Smith, who is the host of The Drive on 101.5 FM Fox Sports Knoxville from 3:00-6:00 p.m. Eastern Monday-Friday, recaps the madness of the last two weeks for Tennessee fans. In the end, Smith endorses the hire of Pruitt (as did Wallace), especially considering how it could've been Greg Schiano or Dave Doeren. Smith also hits on the Vols' men's hoops team, which cracked the national rankings this week and has a sold-out home game against North Carolina on Dec. 17.