Going For 2: Episode 38 is LIVE!
It’s our last football-heavy episode for the season, and we know you missed us so this one is packed with all the football opinions you could never ask for.
With the start of a new year, we give our 2019 sports resolutions, and they might surprise you a bit.
The college football bowl season has been a disappointment, but we’re here to break down the top games and look forward to the National Championship between Alabama and Clemson.
We also take a look at Trace McSorely’s impact on Penn State football, and how the Nittany Lions can replace him next year.
The NFL playoffs are here! Wild Card weekend can be full of surprises, and we make our picks for all four games this weekend. Does Andrew Luck make it through? Can Russell Wilson keep the magic going?
Black Monday came and went in the NFL, and now eight coaches are out of jobs. We give our take on each coaching vacancy and who we think could potentially fill them.
Andy is the first-ever Going For 2 Fantasy Football Champ, and he’s going to let you know about it. Somebody help us. We close out the fantasy season with our MVPs, duds, and surprises for the season.
Our show ends in usual fashion with our One Awesome Thing in Sports. Jimi highlights an amazing effort by Deandre Hopkins, and Andy found a fun, good-sport story dealing with one of our favorite players.
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- Texas takes down UGA
- Florida rolls over Michigan
- OSU squeaks by Washington
- UCF snaps winning streak
- Oklahoma puts up a good fight
- Notre Dame puts up no fight
- Penn State drops their bowl game
- Nittany Lion players declare for the draft
- Wildcard matchups
- Can Luck continue his roll?
- Captain Andrew Luck Twitter
- Eagles squeak into the playoffs
- Antonio Brown saga
- Steelers season review
- James Conner steps up
- Open coaching positions
- Potential coaching candidates
- Andrew Luck bounces back
- Zack Ertz has a monster year
- Gronk flops
- Royce Freeman
- Nick Chubb breaks out
- Saquon lives up to the hype