Seven losses in 10 starts, a 6.08 ERA, and a 1.69 WHIP – Jason Smith thinks it’s time for the Mets to tear down their former ace and build him back up again just like Apollo did to Rocky in ‘Rocky III’.
Fox Sports college football analyst Bruce Feldman joins The Rich Eisen Show and says the sexual assault cover-ups at Baylor were "so egregious and so horrific" that the firing of head coach Art Briles was the least that could happen.
"It's sickening that people think because you win enough football games you can get away with anything," Feldman said. "In the case of this there was just too much damning evidence, and Art Briles, it cost him his career, and cost a lot of other people a lot of hardship, and it ruined a lot of lives."
Frisco RoughRiders manager Joe Mikulik kicked dirt, demonstrated how to slide into second base, and no doubt unleashed several profanities during a three-minute meltdown following his ejection from a game.
With Art Briles' reported firing from Baylor as the school is investigated for its lack of response to sexual assault allegations, Colin Cowherd says controversies like this often go unreported in small towns where college football rules.
"Baylor Football is what I've been saying for years that scares me about America: It's not the big cities - big cities have a lot of eyeballs, a lot of cameras, a lot of law enforcement. Small towns... they hide stuff."
“We have fallen so hard in love with the Warriors that we have decided now that Luke Walton, who coached half a first half in the regular season, is Red Auerbach.”
Colin Cowherd went hard at Luke Walton, Steph Curry, and the Golden State Warriors for their disastrous last couple games against the surging Oklahoma City Thunder, first comparing Walton’s seemingly overnight rise to fame to Larry Coker at Miami, and then blasting voters for arrogantly proclaiming Steph Curry as their unanimous MVP.