Podcast: Snow! and the Senior Bowl

Welcome in to the latest Podcast, presented by Smithfield’s Chicken ‘N Bar-B-Q!

Musical Selections: “Fame” by Irene Cara, “Glory of Love” by The Velvetones

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0:08 – Hayes gives the rundown.

1:00 – Senior Bowl talk? Yep, Senior Bowl talk! Can Logan Thomas make some money this week? What other ACC alums have a lot on the line this week? Also, Aaron Donald is impressing people. Who’da thunk it?

9:33 – Which ACC underclassmen raised some eyebrows by declaring for the 2014 NFL Draft? Also, Jim calls former BC cornerback Albert Louis-Jean, “Albert Jean-Louis.” Nice.

12:04 – Pitt! Syracuse! A HUGE ACC matchup! #NewSchoolUpdate at its finest! But first, let’s talk chicken ‘n waffles. Then we give love to Lamar Patterson and Tyler Ennis. Speaking of which Ennis vs. Parker for ACC Freshman of the Year. Who you got?

19:10 – Hayes uses injury jargon. This gets on Jim’s old man nerves. Then they discuss how N.C. State clearly is better without T.J. Warren … and how Maryland played really dumb defense.

25:39 – “A-C-C! A-C-C!” Is this going to be a looooong final road schedule for Maryland hoops?


36:05 – First the Metrodome, then the Hustle Dome. A fond farewell to Hayes’ studio space.

39:17 – Another Hayes/Kramer parallel. Apparently Hayes used to hang with violent felons during his time in D.C. Jim shares his connection with the Unabomber. Good times!!!

47:06 – More Law & Order talk and somehow we connect it to ACC hoops? How! Because ESPN Triangle basketball writer C.L. Brown was robbed … and they took his collection of basketball shorts.

52:22 – Clemson at UNC. Sunday. Is. This. The. Year? (Note, this was recorded BEFORE the Tigers went up to Pitt and lost by 33.)

57:35 – Lamar Patterson, future brilliant draft pick by the San Antonio Spurs. Book it.

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