The Last Call gang talks NFL, NFL, NFL, Adrian Peterson on steroids? Danforth thinks so. Also, how close have the guys grown? So much so that Sprague and Dirt are on the same cycle. Also, some embarrassing stories for you guys. Check it out!
The Last Call guys give you one more podcast for the week, despite being beat. They talk UCLA/Baylor and the Pac-12 fiasco in bowl games. They also discuss Chip Kelly leaving Oregon, and Richard Sherman pulling a Barry Bonds by getting away with using illegal substance. Check it out.
The Last Call is BACK! After a few days off for the holidays the crew gets together and talks about the Blazers and their current 8th seed, the Seahawks, and how exciting the NFL playoffs are going to be.
The guys are reunited and it felt so good. They talk about the NCAA and Oregon's recruiting fiasco. They also touch on the article regarding Chip Kelly's relationship with Oregon donors, and how do you approach a waitress for her number if you're in a situation where you can't talk to her? The guys give their love opinions, and want yours.
The Last Call crew isn't quite complete as Andy "Dirt" Johnson was out on a hot date, or as some would call it, hanging out with your mom. But the guys press on and talk Nick Saban to the NFL, NY Jets and what a cluster they've become, and is it okay for a player of Roethlisberger's talent to talk down to a coach? Check it out
The Last Call gang gets together after some technical problems on Monday. Sorry, but haters 'gon hate. The guys talk about Damian Lillard, LA being out, and if Lillard can carry the torch. Also, should 49ers fans trust Colin Kaepernick? Sprague gets irrational but defends Harbaugh's QB choice. Danforth and Dirt go double team on him and make him out to be an idiot. And 10 stitches in the third leg? Ouch. The guys talk about it.
We here at the Last Call officially apologize for no Monday morning edition of the Podcast - we suffered some technical diffuculties, and I'm pretty sure the Patriots gave Sprague a heart attack last night... Don't give up on us though, we'll be back and better than ever tomorrow morning! Blazers, NFL, bowl games (wait, what?) and much, much more. Also, keep your eyes out on iTunes for us, we're in the process of getting set up on there to make it easier for you to listen.
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