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November 17, 2015

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The HBS: The Power Of Solidarity

by Asti

By: Mike Asti and George Gerbo

Missouri

When sports and social issues collide, things can surely get asinine. That’s where Mike “the Buzz-saw” Asti and George “the Howitzer” Gerbo come in handy.

Missouri 1

On the campus of the University of Missouri racial tension sparked a hunger strike and protests by the football team. This was all fueled by wanting the school president to resign. In light of the protesting, now former Missouri President Tim Wolfe did decide to resign. Could this create a dangerous “slippery slope” effect? What does this say about the power of college athletes, especially football players? Is there more controversy ready to erupt with this story? A connection between recent social issues in the NFL is made.

Clemson

NCAA Football: Notre Dame at Pittsburgh

From drama for one college football team off the field, to drama on it. It’s another edition of the college football playoff rankings. Did LSU drop too far after a loss to Alabama? Does Notre Dame deserve to be among the top four? Will the Big 12 be destined to be left out again? How should Iowa be properly viewed? Mikes goes off on the hypocrisy of the committee.

George Karl & DeMarcus Cousins

George Karl and DeMarcus Cousins continue their battle of immaturity and Kristaps Porzingis proves the critics wrong.

The Howitzer and Buzz-saw Show, conquering sports radio, one day, at a time….

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  1. Nov 17 2015

    Reblogged this on Tricycle Offense.

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