Podcast 107: Ross Dellenger talks LSU, SEC streaks, Florida’s coach in ’89 history lesson, Ole Miss hiding info

Gary and Chris go through a list of 10 ongoing SEC streaks leading into the 2017 season, and determine which ones will end this season.

After that, the guys welcome in Ross Dellenger, LSU football reporter for the Advocate, to preview Coach O’s first season on the Bayou, including what it means for the media to be closed out of fall camp, what expectations are in Baton Rouge, the coaching aspirations for the superstar coordinators, and more.

After that, Gary brings up some research he was doing on Florida’s Galen Hall, head coach in Gainesville from ’84 through ’89, and the ridiculous NCAA violations he committed and why he was unjustly blacklisted from college coaching for 15 years over things that would be laughable today.

From there, the guys talk UFC 214, and the lack of marketing for their best full card in the past year, the Cubs offered Steve Bartman a World Series Championship ring, and Dedric Lawson (former Memphis Tiger basketball player) is suspended at Kansas already.

Alabama star defensive lineman Da’Shawn Hand was arrested for a DUI Saturday night, and Gary and Chris go back and forth on the idea that sometimes there’s more to the story than a headline can give you. They then hit on UCF’s kicker, Donald De La Haye, being ruled ineligible for not demonetizing his YouTube channel.

Finally, the duo talks Ole Miss, and the lawsuit between Houston Nutt, his attorney Thomas Mars, and the school. Something is fishy about them not producing Hugh Freeze’s phone records, and we’re trying to sniff it out. Lots to break down in this segment.


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