In this episode, Sean Green (@seantgreen) and Ryan Kramer (@KramerCentric) welcome on Colby Dan (@TheColbyD) and kick things off covering Colby’s trip and court storming after watching the San Diego State Aztecs men’s basketball team took down no. 6 Nevada on Wednesday night.
Transitioning into some Alliance of American Football talk, the guys cover Christian Hackenberg memes, fan attendance in the AAF, the Orlando Apollos’ partial relocation to Georgia because of Florida’s Workers Compensation Laws, NFL quarterbacks that could wind up in the AAF, Oklahoma Sooners quarterback Kyler Murray’s NFL potential. After a Dick Olsen update from Kramer, and a group reaction to Fleet quarterback Philip Nelson’s no-look pass, the trio give a week 2 recap of the AAF.
In the recap, the trio give their takes on the quarterback play in the AAF, then cover the strengths of the Fleet, Hotshots, Apollos, and the home field advantage of the Commanders. Next, the guys give out their picks for week 3 of the AAF schedule, covering the potential of the Salt Lake Stallions with their first home game against the Arizona Hotshots, the offensive power of the Orlando Apollos, the Atlanta Legends seeking their first win, and the intriguing rematch of the San Antonio Commanders visiting the San Diego Fleet.
AAF Week Three Betting Lines
AAF Top 5 Touchdowns From Week Two
— The Alliance (@TheAAF) February 19, 2019
Colby Storming The Court
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