Seattle tried to return to its running game against New Orleans, the results were disastrous.
Giving up 50 points in a half is disgusting. That’s what WSU did last night. (Adult language alert)
We’re back with more WSU bonus BS for you, as the Cougs took down the Coogs in their first real test of the season, winning 31-24 on the road. Brent … Continue Reading The BS Show – WSU football: Cougs knock off Coogs; it’s time to bludgeon the Bruins
It’s a short week, so Brent joined the show late Thursday night to make sure we got you all your weekly dose of Cougar BS! Last week’s game was meh. … Continue Reading The BS Show – WSU football: Northern Colorado crushed; humiliate Houston
Well, that sure was an ass-whooping, wasn’t it? Anthony Gordon erased all doubt over who deserves to be the starter last Saturday, finishing with 420 yards (hehe) on 29 completions … Continue Reading The BS Show – WSU football: Gordon is great; blow out the Bears
The WSU football season starts tomorrow! After months of scheduling conflicts and life happening, Brent Schwartz and I were finally able to get together and talk about the most glorious … Continue Reading The BS Show – WSU Football: Season predictions; time to annihilate the Aggies
We’re back at another odd time because that’s just how it goes when we’re in two different time zones. We go over our weekends, and discuss seeing Avengers: Endgame, which … Continue Reading The BS Show: The Mariners are bad again, the NFL draft happened, and Shane fails to spoil Endgame
Another week has gone by and in that time the Mariners only lost one (1) game! They continue to pummel opposing pitching with dingers and dongers all over the yard, … Continue Reading The BS Show: The quest to take back the home run record begins
Bad command has been a major problem for Boston’s starting staff.
Washington State’s new men’s basketball coach has a lot of flexibility with his roster; but he will also be facing some major challenges as he moves forward.
The Baylor Bears blew a 17-point lead, but did just enough at the end to win the program’s third national championship.
Ryon Healy has reinvented his approach at the plate, and it’s paying dividends during the first two weeks of the season.
A missed double dribble, and a questionable foul call, sends the Virginia Cavaliers to the first Championship game in program history.
Mike Trout hit a bad pitch a very, very long way on Saturday afternoon.
Frank Clark is worth a lot of money, more than the Seahawks should be willing to pay.
Baylor survived a flurry of Oregon three pointers to advance to the seventh championship game in program history.