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Um, and at Wired by sports, I'm joined by my co host, Steve Lewis, as always.
Steve, what's going on, brother? Big week this week markets the culmination.
We finally made it.
Masters Week took us to November.
But we're here already.
Yeah, when we started this whole thing, man, I didn't expect it to come this quick, man, but it seems like it just flew by on everything like that. So definitely excited.
Um, Tiu culminating this and try to get these picks and try to feed the hunger people of Rhode Island.
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And Steve, we got some special guests for this episode.
Couple of unwrapped sport's finest.
I'm gonna bring them on right now because they're going to join the square dress segment with us.
You guys Thio, Caleb Skinner and Benn Hoyt.
What's going on, guys? What's going on? What's going on? What's going on? Mark and Steve, I guess. Thanks.
Calif. Thanks for including me. I appreciate that.
Well, you got there.
All right, so we're gonna go over one more time because it's meaningful.
Me and Mark had potty mouths.
My mom was not happy that we had potty mouth.
She said it was kind of hard to listen to all that cousin.
So she bought us these beautiful swear jars.
I'm just trying to be nice here, but she brought us these wonderful swear jars, and she basically said, You know, like it's funny, but I want you to stop doing all that.
So we tried to incorporate it in in a good way, so we decided that every time we swore we would put a dollar into the swear jar which was started our swear jar segment.
And we basically came up with the idea this time of year, which was gonna be masters.
It would be perfect around the time of Thanksgiving that all the money that we raised, we'd be able to then allocate that towards putting it on outright winners for the Masters.
And if we ended up hitting one of these golfers, we would turn around and we would donate all that money to the Rhode Island food banks on behalf of ourselves.
Um, and this wonderful segment and either way, if we don't win, will still match whatever we ac***ulated up to this point through all the course of the show.
So we will be donating one thing.
But I do believe, though with all of our brain power this week, that we can find a winner together.
So that's the hope in this.
I think that's a big reason for having you guys on the show is like we need some help here waiting to get these pics.
Well, I mean, we just wanna feed.
We just want to feed these people, you know, like there's a lot of hungry people out there and we want to do right by the segment. I mean, we started.
We thought it was a great idea, and now we're here.
So let's get serious.
Let's get into it.
Yeah, I remember you guys bringing that up to begin with, and I thought it was an awesome idea.
And now just being able to be a part of it, you know, be a part of this great thing that you guys were doing to help, you know, feed a lot of people out there, isa Great thing.
Especially when it comes to, you know, the biggest golf tournament in the nation.
Anything to give back is always a good thing.
It's a mitzvah in my my religion.
So I'm happy to do, um, it's for tonight.
So who wants to start this thing off? Well, I think we should let the guy I think we should let the guests the guests go first.
Kayla, the honors.
Um, since we're allowed to cuss and I guess I'll shoot you guys over, you know, a couple more bucks to add to this is well after the show's over so you can count me a dollar for every word I say.
Um, um, I What the **** moment of the week is gonna be, um, Tom Brady, down 31 Monday Night Football against the stage 4007 scrambles up into the pocket, tries to scramble out of the pocket, throws across his body, a duck, a ****ing duck.
And it just it was right into the arms of one of the saints defenders.
And all of a sudden that you hear Collinsworth go Oh, no.
That moment it was just for I was having myself from margaritas, you know, attack local Mexican restaurant.
It was It was kind of What the **** moment it could have been.
It could have been and honestly, could have been.
I didn't know. I didn't know what to dio.
Besides, you know, drink my margaritas and eventually just started hanging out with, you know, the manager of the restaurant.
We were having a great talk and everything, so I stopped watching the game.
So my what the **** Moment of the week is from the Philadelphia Union supporters Shield champion? Their first trophy and over 11 years now, I was at my Philadelphia Union win that first trophy in over 11 years, clinching a to nothing win over the New England Revolution.
However, we only won one playoff game in our history.
Three god**** times on this time we actually trophy.
Well, here's the thing.
So they couldn't get the actual trophy to the trophy ceremony because of us.
Shipping are yes, right? Literally.
So they're literally racing this like ****ty plastic trophy.
And I'm like, What? The only trophy we actually gets a fake.
Come on, That's like, That's the most Philly thing that happen.
I have I have two questions to ask you.
Yeah, so when you go to these soccer games, are you like one of those decked out fans that have, like the blankets around them or the flags? Are you a soccer hooligan? Scars and stuff like that? Oh, yes.
So I have the scars and stuff like that.
I've been a fan since day one, so I have tons of union scarves, union Jersey, union hats that I wear each game so and I don't think this is more of a statement.
I don't know if you guys remember that movie.
I can't even think of the movie off the top of my head right now.
But, Mark, you remember the guy that goes, Give it everything.
You've got to give it everything you've got.
Like that guy was Superbad Super Super Bad Eyes.
Or is it something else? It's super bad.
It's a little, uh, little dude.
Yeah, but I thought, That's another movie like he takes.
He takes some guy.
I think it's the Paul Paul run movie, right? It's either.
It's either suit.
No, it's either Superbad and Pineapple Express.
No, that's not the 100 percent either way. Continue.
All right, Well, no, that's all I was going to say.
Like I I just picture him like that.
That's kind of like the way he must be, like in the soccer stands, like, you know, like, just kind of just blowing up like I don't know.
I've never actually been to a soccer game.
You got your cost? Yeah.
I bet you follow us a soccer U s a soccer fan, so I dio Philadelphia Union.
MLS and I also follow Chelsea in the English Premier League.
I'm just going to see when the U.
Is going to be competitive and soccer, that's all.
Wondering young talent, Pulisic and a bunch of other young process.
We're gonna be ready to go.
We're gonna be ready to go. All right.
Alright, guys, I'll go next, man.
I'm gonna go Thio today.
Actually, John Robb is going to play in a practice round over at the Masters on a par three and today just happened to be his birthday and and this is a good what the **** moment.
And it's the craziest shot I've ever seen.
But this guy hits a low stinger, skips it across the pond, lands on the green, and it rolled what looked like it was like 100 ft, and it just perfect tracked right into the cup.
I've never seen anything like this guy.
I've seen people try to skip it across the plenty of times before, but nothing executed so perfectly on what a way to do it, like on your birthday and stuff like that.
It's just crazy.
And he's definitely one of the favorites, I would say going into this week.
So what a way for him to kind of kick off his Masters week.
Yeah, I mean, I mean, the e think the video came out like during the day.
It's already got you e hiree viral.
And I think e maybe the greatest golf shot.
And, like Not Not under the cir***stances, obviously, but like the greatest golf shot ever.
Well, in fact, it's already trying to hit it.
Or was it Ricky who tried Thio tried to do the same thing earlier, or speed or somebody, and you kind of drove it passed and got it like decently close.
But for day to go ahead and just drain of it. That was crazy.
That's like a gim**** that they normally do, though.
Every year, though, right, Mark? Oh, yeah, everybody.
They always do trick shots and stuff like that.
It's just a they tried.
They always tried.
They always try to skip the ball.
Yeah, it's like it's like a sawgrass when people just try and nail 17 on.
Yeah, exactly What do you got, Stevie? What do you What do you What? You're what the **** Moment This week Well, I'm gonna get somber, You know, I'm gonna I'm gonna take a turn here.
You know, My what the **** moment Probably has to do with Alex Trebek passing away.
Obviously, I got myself a screen on our I p.
You know, an institutional character for the Boston Celtics A did you know, Tom, not to interrupt you, but do you know Tom has been with us since 1953? Do you also You also Yeah.
Did you also know that Tommy Heinsohn got selected first overall in the draft within the same draft that Bill Russell got selected? Third, I did not know that until today, which kind of blew my mind s.
So Tommy Heinsohn was a player.
He was then a coach.
And then we all know him as the eccentric over the top, uh, commentator, that it was the biggest homer.
You Absolutely you know, So you know, like what? What will definitely will definitely miss Tommy Heinsohn.
But my my biggest one, this might What the **** was obviously Alex Trebek passing away? Alex Trebek.
We knew that he had pancreatic cancer.
I think you got diagnosed 2019, Stage four on And for me personally, it was always like a comfort to watch jeopardy when I was younger and growing up And even to this day, like 7 30 came on.
And, you know, you could turn it on, You always count on it.
And he was always, like, for me, like not being I I always, like, put it towards the fact that, like, I wish prices right was on at night because it was like one of those things as a kid, like when you got to stay home sick from school, you got to watch prices right at 11 o'clock and you got Bob Barker.
But you don't get Bob Barker all the time.
You always got Alex Trebek at 7.
30 and you always felt like you were doing something right by watching that game show because, you know, it was actually really life trivia that you were dealing with.
So with him passing, the biggest take away that I got away from it was the fact that he was still able to goto work every day and work through it, even though he was going through a situation that most people knew that wasn't going to end well for him.
And the thing that I took away the most from that also was the fact that he said that it made him highly depressing out who wouldn't be highly depressed with knowing something that's terminal and you're gonna go down.
But he said that I had to keep going to work every day because I had to set an example for other people that had diagnosis that were in the same situation, to show them that while I was dealing with some deep depression, I had to make them know that let them know that life goes on, you have to continue doing what you could do, and you have to live every day to the fullest.
And for that, Alex Trebek, I definitely appreciate you, and I definitely appreciate all those memorable moments and those nights that, like, I know that I have enjoyed, at least over the last 25 years, I probably started watching jeopardy around when I was eight or nine. I'll say that.
So I mean so R I P.
Alex Trebek and, uh, yeah, What the ****? 2020.
You did it again to US 2000 and 1 20 is just one of those years, guys eso as far as our picks, though, for this segment, I'm actually gonna We're gonna wait to do the picks until we actually preview the masters and go through everything and feel a little bit better to make our picks completely at the end of everything.
So take a quick sit, boys.
Eso Let's get into the masters, guys.
Uh, this is a week, obviously the Caleb set at the beginning.
This is one of the biggest, if not the biggest tournament of the year.
We didn't even know if we were going to get it this year because of Kobe.
Um, so the fact that they actually rescheduled it instead of just postponing it till next year was also some of the greatest news that we received this year.
I want to get your guys take on just getting the Masters this year.
And then what might be your guys is kind of biggest storyline heading into heading into this week at Augusta.
Well, I'll start.
I mean, I'm happy that we have it.
I think we talked about this last episode marked out like the Masters will always for me signal the beginning of spring, right? And this year the difference between that is that we're heading into Thanksgiving and it kind of signals what winter's coming, you know, and kind of worst time.
So I Caleb Caleb is still warm.
Well, yeah, he doesn't look warm.
He's popping a winter hat.
Been episode like How cool is air conditioning.
And that's why you know.
So I think I'm just I think I'm just happy that we get it this year.
So I think that's probably like the most important thing that we've got going into it.
I think the way that it's going to play with it being in in November is going to be a lot different.
I know that we've got a lot of weather coming in this week expecting a lot of rain.
I know that we talked about that pre show market that was going to change the way that we kind of dress certain golfers, knowing that maybe the English people, maybe like people overseas, maybe dealing with weather conditions like that have more of a familiarity.
But, you know, that's I'm just blessed that we have the Masters It's always something to look forward to.
It's gonna be kind of sad that this is probably gonna be basically for the year.
We don't really know where it's gonna go after this, but we have the FedEx right after that, right? Mark? No, no, no.
So they were already in.
So this this Masters, this is still even though they've already started the wraparound season the 2020 2021 season.
But this Masters is from 2019 2020.
So this is the 2019 2020 season.
So after this, the season just is going to continue.
So they're just gonna keep going with their later that their fall events basically, and then look at January, we'll have the tournament of champions.
They go out to Hawaii, they'll do all that, and then we're gonna get another masters in April.
So we have two masters in six months.
Well, if they're doing it right now, I'm sure they're gonna do it in April.
So, as far storylines go it it basically goes along.
The fact of like, I think it's right at the top with Bryson.
You know him hulking out and basically doing that so like he could take advantage of a course like this with obviously the big bombers being able to do that in the past.
So it's gonna be interesting.
I we'll be able to talk about all right.
Going forward is guys that have succeeded at this course in the past usually succeed going forward.
So course familiarity and how they've done in the past definitely plays a big dividends and how they will do this weekend.
Yeah, I mean, it's it's amazing to me that they can keep August in such good shape regarding the cir***stances where you don't know if you're gonna have it.
You do know if you're gonna have it.
And the hard workers of the grounds crew and people testing.
I mean, you've got to give a hand to them.
And, like you said, we should be grateful that the Masters is ah actually happening this year.
The one the one storyline for May is who survives.
I mean that that can make or break tournaments.
I mean, we've seen it with Francesco Molinari.
You really need to handle these.
The two par fives in the par three, uh, expertly in orderto win.
And to me, the one that can handle par fives Bryce and D Shambo.
So we'll have to see that this week on Dove course.
The par three is gonna be very tight.
That could make a break ground.
So you need to make birdie on that hole.
Yeah, I think the main storyline here is with it being, what, 17, 19 months removed from the last master Since Tiger won back in 2019 eso ways away.
It's also in the fall, I guess up there right now, if you will eso how is it gonna play differently that you know this course? But not only that, but you mentioned the rain.
I think Mark mentioned it, Or Steve mentioned the rain.
So is this going to, you know, gear discourse more towards, you know, a first time winner than so the favorites that we're used to Because usually Augusta will tend and trend towards more of, you know, the players who have played itm or, you know, the big names, if you will.
So are we going to see, you know, a first timer? Or are we going to see somebody who were not used to seeing up there at the, you know, the back nine on on Sunday, who we don't aren't used to seeing there.
So that's kind of the big story line that I'm focused on with this Masters.
I got to say, I mean the big storyline for me.
And I still think it's gotta be Tiger Woods defending Masters champ, like I still crazy Thio even say that on.
But I agree with Ben about the Amen corner situation.
Corner 11, 12 and 13 is always on the back night on Sunday.
Is the maker break holes? Um, if you saw it last year, when you had that threesome of Molinari female and Tiger go through number 12, Molinari and female hit it into the water.
Tiger goes last.
He's just gotta hit it into the middle of the green because, you know, he's gaining strokes.
And that's basically what kind of bolted tiger ahead.
Um, in that tournament and then, like you said, you have 13, which is a par five.
You have 15, which is a par five, um, bracing the guy who can drive the ball long as long as he keeps that straight out of the pines.
He's going to take advantage of those par fives. Definitely.
You need to take advantage of all the par fives on the front and the back down on this course to score.
Well, um, think about bracing.
I know, I know you've been You said that, um, that you that you liked them.
But the thing about bracing is in, you know, he has talked about testing out a new driver this week, so that kind of has to be skeptical.
Like I don't you know, part of a player who's playing so well put a new club in his bag, Um, the first week with it.
And sometimes that doesn't bode too well for certain players.
I mean, we saw earlier this year with Gary Woodland you put into driving his back.
I think it was at the US Open, and he didn't play too well.
So, um, that was always that really had me worried.
Worried about pricing there.
So do we know? Uh, first off, is it true that no any no one's ever won the par three contest and then proceeded to win the Masters contests are masters form in the same week.
So you purposely just throw the par three contest them? E think nobody actually tries to win that. It's just a fun.
It gets like a fun little thing.
And at the end, if you do, you win, then U N Yeah.
I mean, it's probably some competitive guys out there that I don't know if it was, like, a curse or something.
I just wanted throughout that.
And do we know what Tiger's menu is? The fact that he's the defending champ that champions? Yeah.
My favorite thing to look at.
Like what? The champion disturbing up for the other champions the night before they get the torment starts.
Could we know that yet? I saw a picture of it earlier.
Um, it was a like a sushi roll.
Um, and one time, let me find Let me find it for you guys real quick.
I'm always, uh some people do like barbecue.
Some people do like a bunch of weird stuff, but tiger doing sushi like Come on, tiger.
Okay, here we go.
Well, this is to November 10th.
So that's today, um, the Augusta role, which is a temporary shrimp and ****y tuna avocado.
You know, just your typical you know, sushi roll.
And then you've got a prime steak and chicken fajita as your main course, and then you have a dessert trio to follow that up.
Who did the fun Fetty kick? Was that? Bubba? Probably remember that.
E meals, each winner.
E just thought like confetti cake was like a cheesy thing to take when you could choose anything.
Well, for a champion thing.
But then I thought that was Bubba Watson.
All right, Mark, let's go.
Let's get right into it.
I don't know how you want to start this off.
You how you want to address this tonight, but I'm ready to go.
Yeah, so that was gonna get the storylines on there.
I want to get your take on some of some of the players and that answering going into this tournament if you guys, you know, when you guys were picking a winner, you don't just necessarily gonna say who that you're picking yet.
But what do you guys looking at? As far as you're looking for a course history are you looking for guys that are just currently playing Well, what are the main focus is the things that you look at going into Augusta where when when picking somebody to win All right, well, I'll start.
I mean, I have e have six keys.
Thio What I've been looking at for a masters this week and number one was driving distance.
Two was part par five birdie or better.
Three was three point percentage.
Four was strokes gained around the green.
Five was strokes gained off the tee and six was par for average plus bogey.
Avoidance like those were the six key stats that I that I went through.
When I decided that who I was going to pick and I actually read it, I actually read an interesting article.
Um, it was by I don't know if you guys follow him.
I just wanna give him a shout outs.
It's his native Spencer Aguilar.
He's on Twitter, but he came out with an article about the seven deadly sins and basically how he broke it down.
And when he was determining, like, where he was going to go, and, uh, I'll just go through a real quick it was golfers over 45.
There's only been one winner in the history of the Masters.
That's one over the age of 45 that was Jack Nicholson.
So, basically, you can kind of eliminate any golfers over that, like Phil ****elson.
I mean, I'm not gonna say that you can't win, but it fills two for two on the Champions Tour.
Man shut Campion store mark like there's a stunt.
So another thing is course familiarity.
I think we've talked about that.
Like guys that need to keep continue, put through our state with players that won't be making at least their third appearance at Augusta.
Fuzzy Zeller is on Lee.
The one is only one player that's won his first time playing at Augusta, and that was back in 1979.
Not even Tiger won in his first time at the Masters.
Number three was golfers ranked outside the top 50 and driving distance.
Because clearly we know that one of the most important things to do at Augusta to be able to drive the ball of very, very long way it gives you a huge advantage on the course.
Four was golfers outside the top 50 around the greens because obviously we know how tough the greens are, so you don't want to give up extra strokes There.
Five was golfers outside the top 50 and three puck percentage.
For obvious reasons.
You can't be giving up bogeys, double bogeys and expect to win a major.
Six was Top 50 part five birdies or better and seven was top 30 results during the last three years.
And I think I went over this.
But Mark prior to it, there was only 14 players that had reached this criteria going into this tournament, and it was Rory J T Rob Bryson can't lay.
You know Jason Day, Webb, Simpson, Camp Smith and Camp Smith is actually a sneaky player for guys that play DFS out there.
Can Smith's play this course three times made the cut all three times, And, uh, one of the big things is he's a long hitter, so that's important.
Jordan speed, for obvious reasons, seems like this is always a good course, even though Mark and I both agree that he sucks and we always better get.
He's just not the same player that he used to be like, has anybody falling his heart on your guy's opinion.
Is anybody falling his hardest? Jordan speak over the last few years and it's all meant to.
It just goes to show you that, like even the best players in the world, golf like if you get a little bit in your head about anything like it goes a long, long way.
So another player was D. J.
A surprising player was Charl Schwartzel.
Oh, you talked about Ben.
You talked about Francisco Molinari.
His blow up, Um, a couple of years.
I think it was two years ago last year, but he's always been a great player in this.
At this course, he's always had a good course history there, and and Mark's favorite player to end it off was Rickie Fowler, of all players, is one of the 14 players that reached all these criterias going forward.
So for me, like I think it's gonna be for obvious reasons, like you're always gonna look at the guys that drive the ball the best here, right? It's It's the guys that drive the ball a long way to be able to take advantage of the par fives and the guys that can make sure that they can put the ball, they could put very well to make sure that they're not giving each other giving up strokes around the green.
Because, as we know from the Masters, I think last year with the Mark Tiger one minus 13, I believe I think, yeah, I think was minus 13 and I know Sunday was messy last year, but with it being in November and what what the weather that we're expecting this year, I think that I think that number has got to be lower this year.
Now I think we're looking at probably a winner between like minus seven minus 10.
That's kind of like where I'm projecting it this week.
So you can't be getting double bogeys this week.
So like I think guys that can kind of like, stay part of the course.
You know, Shoot 60 eight's, get themselves in a position from moving day to be able to take a shot at it.
You know, we'll put themselves in the best situation to win, so those are definitely the things that I'm looking at this week when I'm looking at projections and I know your brother had said something about Jason day.
Jason Day is definitely on our radar.
It is a big he's a big just days.
So what really stuck out to me? There is one of the, you know, aspects are specific things that you mentioned there, Steve.
That really stuck out to me is you know, those strokes right outside the green because of how fast the greens do play at Augusta.
And we all know players tend to leave their their cut short their because they, you know, don't want to run it by the whole or anything like that.
So it's really important for these players, you know, you know, have good strokes right there off the green and get it as close to the to the pin as they possibly can in the right spots.
Eso you don't have to get in those three putt situations that will destroy you.
Ultimately, again, it's a long course.
Runs about 7500.
Yeah, 7500 yards, par 72.
So, again, big hitters coming out here.
So that's where you get the price into shambo heavy favorite here to come out and win this one.
Also long iron play is gonna come into effect as well.
When you're having to hit those those 3 to 5 irons, um, there and put yourself in a better position off the green.
So I mean, one thing plays into another.
And the one thing that you know we don't have to worry about here with Augusta that were you have to worry about in other places, you know? Ah, lot of rough and everything like that, but you don't have to deal with the rough here.
You mainly got to deal with bad lies.
If you're in the pine or, you know, deal with trees if you get too far off of the fairway.
Well, I mean, Steve just gave, like, 90% of my report, so eso definitely fairways hit.
I mean, you can't really go to a stray because once you get out the rough, you're gonna gain strokes, and that's not gonna be good in this tournament.
Uh, greens and regulation, that's gonna be huge.
I mean, if you're on the greens and regulation and making park like Steve set, the winner is probably only gonna be 10 7 under par.
So if you're making birdies and pars, you're gonna be in really good shape to contend for this tournament and distance off the team because we mentioned earlier it's gonna rain so the ball is going to get a lot less role.
Then it would on a sunny day.
So you really need to have the distance off the driver onto the fairway.
Yeah, I completely agree.
The grass, that's all great points there.
Um definitely need to be long on this course.
Gotta keep it in the fairway to get it into the trees.
Unless you're somebody like Phil ****elson.
Bubba Watson has got that imagination, so I'll be tough to get.
It's gonna be tough to get out of there.
People wanna be giving up strokes, parts.
Some of these holes are gonna, um, probably gain strokes on the field.
So if you could just consistently make par and take advantage of those par fives and the scoring chances on there, you should find yourself with at least a chance going into Saturday on moving day, I'm gonna get you guys just take on the young guys Thio last summer and then coming into this summer in the restart.
Ah, lot has been made of the younger class on basically, I'm talking about Matthew Wolf.
Cower Victor Holan.
Uh, it's gonna be these guys his first masters on everything like that.
How do you feel? You know what you're looking at as far as those guys.
And how do you feel like they might do in their first time around Augusta, Georgia? I think they'll probably struggle for the most part.
I mean, not everybody there first time coming in here is gonna play well, we've seen in the past some some players do play well, but ultimately it's a tough course and then adding in the rain and the different time of year was gonna make it that much more tougher.
I mean, we saw him more Qala do what he did at the I think it was the open Andi, That was huge for him.
But that was his home course, So I need to play it numerous times.
So seeing these young guys, it's gonna be, you know, an uphill battle for them.
I mean, but maybe one of them surprised this.
I mean, Mork, our could be fundamentally perfect.
A some point that he's just a machine.
I love him and both more Cowan Wolf.
For all my outside chances toe win on CBS, they were 32 1 and 33 to 1, which is outstanding since Mark Our is the PGA champion at TPC Harding Park.
If I have to give one of them a chance, it's got to be Matthew Wolf because that man, as weird as that swing is he can crush it off the tee and he can also pot.
And those Augusta greens are like glass.
So the best chance for me is 33 to 1.
Matthew Wolf and this Masters? Yeah, I mean, I mean, agree.
Like I said, like, one of the things that we we talked about, like I brought up was guys that are making their first go around like it's hard for them to ever project a winner.
I mean, one guys only done it.
That was Fuzzy Zeller so, but I definitely believe that this young classes definitely different heads.
Mork, our winning on the PGA Championship was definitely something that was surprising.
But like I said, Caleb had said that, you know, that's a guy That's definitely when he was, I think, was at u C.
Santa Barbara Mark that he played called but golf at like I definitely knew that he had at least 10 go around that that course, so he had at least some familiarity with it.
None of these guys have familiarity with Augusta, like the way they do.
But, as Ben said, like Matthew, Wolf is definitely the guy that people are definitely targeting this week as somebody that could definitely handle the pressure.
I mean, he's got one tour win.
I believe it was at the three.
I'm open last year and he's definitely shown, uh, great, uh, great etiquette, like in terms of like our temperament, in terms of being able to at least compete on Sundays and in terms this year.
The one for gotten guy, though, that we that nobody talks about that was Victor.
Hold one And he was.
He was low emitter last year.
I believe he was a little amateur and and he was considered the best.
I think wolf, I don't know who was considered the best coming out.
It seemed like hobbling was the one that everyone was talking about a little bit because he was the one.
I think he got his force first win at what the Puerto Rico Open, but he was.
He's been kind of a guy that's kind of falling off, but like, he's definitely a guy.
That kind of fits the brand for this course if he gets hot.
But, I mean, I think golf.
So we can just talk about the fact that I think golf's just in a good place with the way the young players are playing, uh, in this game right now, So I think that's more the thing to look at.
I don't like project any of them toe win, but, like I think if we had to pick one that I think like Ben said, I think Matthew Wolf is definitely the one that I would identify is the guy that has a chance to do it this week.
But you guys, how about Tiger Woods? Guys, let's talk about Tiger Woods.
I don't I feel like we can't have a master show and not talk about Tiger Woods defending champion.
I don't know about you guys.
I didn't think he would win last last year.
I don't think he had a shot.
A lot of people said this kind of saw it coming because he played well towards the end of the previous year.
He won the Tour Championship.
But let's face it, that's a field of 30 players.
Just it's not. It's not the same.
Um, you guys think he contends this week because it is Augusta.
And even though he hasn't been playing well, we know Tigers got some magic around there.
Um, be perfectly, I think he can.
I think you could get up there and try to compete for another.
Another green jacket.
Do I think he wins? I don't.
But I think you might be able to make it interesting.
What do you guys think? I mean, Tiger, he's been He got so hot of the guest last year, but he could get ice cold at times.
And for me, I would like him to contend.
But I'm struggling with seeing him shoot over.
He's been really cold as a but who can go against, uh, who can go against Tiger? I mean, this is his course.
He's won so many times, created so many childhood memories for me.
I mean, if you're gonna bet you would have to at least put a bed on Tiger on I think he could contend this week.
I think it could.
I don't expect it to happen.
I don't think as in content, I don't think he'll be, you know, up there with the top 10 players.
I think he'll probably make the cut just because it is like you're saying been his course.
He loves playing here.
He gets, you know, route up for this one is very emotional for him.
He's defending his fifth title.
Eso I wouldn't you want to come out there and play your best golf, perhaps in the last year.
So, um, it's definitely possible for him to do it.
And like you said, we all love the root for Tiger, so it's not gonna hurt to throw money on him.
My feeling is like golf for a while.
Always needed Tiger to be in contention on Sunday for to make it work and I feel like this is the first major that we're going into, like where I'm I'm thinking to myself like, Yeah, it'll be really nice if Tigers in contention on Sunday but we really don't need Tiger to be in contention because there's so many great players playing this week, that can really give us a great show coming down the stretch that it doesn't really have that feel now, Mark, I understand what you're saying.
Like everything is better with the euphoria that Tiger Woods or I was gonna say it like for us, it doesn't matter because we follow golf.
We know all these other guys, but for the average golf fan who may have only gotten into golf because of Tiger and might not be as exciting for them if Tiger is not involved on Sunday and I know we've had arguments way back in the past of just being able to look at ratings numbers and we don't argue, we don't argue about when we bicker, I guess that.
But when you just look at the ratings like if tigers in contention like the ratings are always like 300% higher like you know and that and that's just what he brings and rightfully so.
I think we just have to look back at last year and just kind of look at that major championship is blessing the fact that we got to see one more major championship from the greatest golfer of all time? and for me, like with the way he's played this year, like not making cuts like being at the bottom of the barrel like it's kind of reminiscent two years ago how he was.
And and I'm kind of disappointed in the fact that, like he hasn't made it more of an effort to play MAWR this year, knowing how bad he has been till least give us like, Hey, like I I played four good rounds this week like, you know, like you started a trend like there is no trend that shows that he's going.
He's gonna be good Besides the fact that he does have really good courses.
I feel like he overplayed the Zozo championship again because he was the defending champion.
Hey, I don't wanna last.
I don't feel like he goes back and plays again.
It's It's all about comfortable ity for him now, like it's anything that, like he feels comfortable playing at this point that he doesn't feel like he's gonna embarrass himself at like that's when he'll start playing golf again.
Augusta, he's never really embarrassed himself out.
I even think the year that he was going in with before the fusion.
I still think he's still put up like a decent score in the first couple of rounds and made it interesting after having a long layoff.
So when it shocked me on Thursday, we look in Tigers three under through nine out of nowhere, and your and your text me, the little tiger emoji like on my phone like No, I won't be shocked by that.
But to think that he would have a chance to contend this week, I'll be very, very surprised if he's able to do that.
Yeah, I don't know.
I felt like although a lot of people didn't expect him to win it last year, I I hope I'm not wrong in this.
But I had a feeling just the way he had been playing up to that and that there was a chance that we could win it.
You know, like there's just a feeling around it, like not not everybody is talking about Tiger and we're at Augusta and then all of a sudden he's back on the scene, you know, and like he just blew up like I just had that feeling that it was gonna happen last year.
Not necessarily like it was gonna happen for sure, Be a sure thing.
But like, there was just, you know, in in er cling and liking inkling of that of that feeling in the back of your neck or whatever.
And I just don't have that this year with him coming in.
That was my thing to going into that last year.
We put a bunch of Stephen I You know, we we better few golfers last year and then while we were betting golfers, I told them I was like, I gotta put money on Tiger like I wouldn't be able to live with myself if I didn't bet Tiger and Tiger one and he ended up winning.
Ended up winning a little bit of money on it, So it was good.
But he's one of those guys where because of the history, if you're betting wise, they're just doing a pickup or whatever.
If you don't take them, it's any wins.
You're gonna feel stupid because deep down in your mind, you're like I should have ****ing pick Tiger because he's proven so many times the time again that he could do it True, It's just such a Fanboy bet, in my opinion.
And is this the reason? 100%? That's where that's where we're at and and to Caleb's note like you did have the Tour Championship win till at least say that Tiger is turning a corner going into the season toe.
Absolutely, actually, give him a chance.
At least content.
There's nothing that has shown us that since this restart that he's had anything going as faras flow.
That would give us a sense that I don't care how well he's played at this course.
Like it's not April, you know, the flowers are blooming, you know, So this is like like, this might be Augusta, but this is I don't ask Tiger Woods.
Once in his life is if he's ever played Augusta in in November, and I bet you there's not been one time in his life that he's ever played Augusta.
Uh, E could guarantee you he's played Augusta at least once in a interview today, and he was like, I've never played at this time of year before, so it's gonna be completely different.
I could have just I just imagine he plays it so much.
He's one of the few guys who could get access to that course whenever he wants.
Yeah, but I mean, why would you play a course that late in the season when you know that that's not gonna simulate when you actually play it at the booth.
Because you and I both know that, like if you went out to a golf course right now Mark in Rhode Island, like you're coming, your your feet are gonna be soaked by the end of the 18 holes.
It doesn't matter what day it is like, so I don't care how well they've up kept like Augusta like, and especially with the rain's coming in like this is gonna be something that we've never seen before.
And it's kind of exciting because I think with golf in general, it's always good to watch the best struggle a little bit.
And now the watch them struggle.
I don't know if the weather is gonna actually help in terms of like slowing down the greens per se in a way, because usually that's what happens.
But I mean, the undulations are one thing, but we'll see what the weather does.
Yeah, so the next thing I want to get you guys.
Do you guys have any kind of long shots that you might looking about? We talked about, you know, the young guys that have come out that we talked about Bryson we talked about, um you know, a few other guys, but I want to get you guys take on some of long shots Some people that nobody is talking about right now.
That just might surprise us.
This week s so you get a little excited down this.
I'm gonna let you start this off so we don't steal.
Still any of your thoughts there? This is my time to shine.
So you talked about Englishmen earlier, Steve, How about Justin Rose? 50 to 1 major champion? Uh, 2013 and marrying.
And a couple others.
I believe he has what? I know he hasn't been playing great as of recently, but this guy is a major machine.
He goes on the leaderboards.
Ah, lot of majors.
I mean, I believe Justin Rose is a sleeper 50 to 1 now Like that.
When we're when we're talking about long shots, Mark.
Like, what are we doing for I thought you were gonna ask for, like, over 100 to 1 there. I mean, 51.
I mean, we can't 50 once a long shot for a guy like Justin Rose.
I mean, that's okay.
You know, why do you have you have a guy? You have a guy that's over 101.
Well, I'm gonna give, Like, I think the difference between me like we're gonna give out, writes, definitely.
But I also want to be able to help people along and say that like now, knowing how books are starting to open it up like you could bet top tens.
You can bet top twenties and like you could make just in the same amount of money as you can by betting outright.
In some instances, like I look at a guy like Sebastian Moons, that's 125 to 1 like I love his odds At a top 20 this week, I looked at it at he's 44 50 toe plus 4 50.
Another guy that puts really well that's been playing really well.
J t posted like another guy that I'm looking at as a top 20 possible, even though it, says one of his first go around.
Like I look at a guy that has a great putter and that's hot right now that gives himself an opportunity.
I know Mark's gonna laugh at me, but I'm still gonna put a little bit on Abraham.
Answer a little.
Just looking at these 91 a.
Just a little Sprinkle on Abraham. Answer.
I can't help myself, you know, because, like I've done it all year and he's actually shown, uh, in some courses that, like, I think there was one.
I think it might have been the even the PGA.
Like I think he missed like 14 greens in regulation, and he still found a way to be able to shoot even par of that day.
So that's a guy that knows how to be able to be around the green and make up for trouble.
So if he's able to stay in the fairway, he gives himself an outside opportunity to put up a score.
So that's another guy I'm looking at, and I think you talked about it earlier.
We talked about with with his struggles, but I'm gonna bring up Francisco Molinari at 90 to 1 another guy that was in contention.
That shows that he can be ableto compete 90 to 1 like I'll take.
I'll take a half pick on him.
So that's where I'm at with that? Yeah.
So my long, long shot here is gonna be si woo Kim.
Um, he's got He's got great odds.
Um, not sure what equivalents, too, but plus 150,000 seems pretty good to me.
Um, he's got a Yeah, he's got a sneaky, sneaky, sneaky history at the Masters.
Having to top 25 inside so thrilling for a top 20 bet or top 10 bet right there.
I mean, +11 or 1 50 to 1.
Odds is fantastic.
So, um, that's amazing.
The only thing with Kim or yeah, with Kim is that his putting has become a really big issue and he's really had struggles with it.
So if you could get that under control and then, you know, kind of figure out his flat stick and you know he'll start to move up towards the top of the leaderboard, and I think you know, just his history there.
That's kind of what I'm playing it into.
So, um, it's either gonna be, You know, he's in contention here or he's gonna be missing the cut by a lot.
So e think it's a good pick, something to watch their He's just played very well there at Augusta.
Other than that, I, like both of the champs, are chance both of the Cameron's S O Cameron champ and Cameron Smith.
A little bit of a little bit lesser odds there in terms of long shots, but I like both of them as well.
I like print and Todd.
Anybody else like printing Todd 100 100 125 to 1, doesn't drive it that long.
But it's a great iron play is a great putter.
I mean, I think that he's won three.
He's won three times this year.
I mean, he's been hot, like I would take those odds any day for Brendon Todd.
I think he could be definitely in contention by the end of the week.
Was even on my none of your opinions matter.
Except for Bens e se Cameron Chambas.
Caleb said Man, that guy can crush it off the T top hitter in the tour every year because of the rain.
You need to have that distance.
So if you can keep it accurate in the fairway and maybe click some other stuff, maybe he could be in contention.
I'm ****ed that Burger is not playing, dude, because Burger would have been Not that he would have been a long shot, because it would have been a great value pick just based off with plate here, you probably have been about, like, 28 to 1 32 1.
So I mean, that's still pretty good value, I think in that spot.
Yeah, because we loathe the guys.
You look at the guys who were sitting right around there at those odds you got Morikawa, you've got female.
You got Patrick Reed, you got Matsuyama.
You got Bubba Watson and you reads another interesting guy like read one that one time.
But he's never cracked the top 20 at any any of his other appearances going forward.
So, like if you're gonna, like look for an outright like Patrick Reed probably would be the shot, but I wouldn't bet Patrick Reed in the top 10 top 20 because just the fact that it's it's winter bust for him.
So how about all these? How about all these guys that have won the masses before? They're like you got Danny Willett at 125 to 1.
Uh, Charl Schwartzel to get you guys mentioned 175 to 1.
You gotta think to asses were like, when they won, they were, like, you know, up there in terms of, you know, at the top of their game.
Yeah, but Zach Johnson in particular is just a deadly potter.
And I think you need that in Augusta.
Those greens or glass eat rain or not, they're gonna be fast.
So I I definitely agree with Zach Johnson thing there for sure.
Now that we got our long shots out of the way, guy, let's get into the bread and butter.
Who do we think is actually gonna win this thing? Come Sunday, Who's gonna be putting on that green jacket? I'll start.
I got three favorites I give you, give you my my two.
And then my guy, I think is gonna win it.
Um I like Matsui.
I'm a lot this weekend.
I don't know why.
I just I just Okay, Let me know who else likes Matsuyama.
You see? What is he like? I'm talking about so big on Matsuyama.
Yo, he just had a very close call in Houston.
Like he was almost gonna win it.
He's, you know, Japan's best golfer.
77 for eight with four top twenties at the Masters.
You know, action.
You make seven out of eight cuts and then you fit more than half of your cuts that you made you finish in the top 20.
He's just got a breakthrough here.
Andan another guy who I have just been waiting on and waiting on and waiting on and waiting on the wind.
And I think maybe it's the Masters where he wins.
And that's Tony fee.
Now I love the guy.
He's just full of energy.
Uh, everybody's gonna hold him out and be like, Oh, he's just gonna finish top 10, you know, like he always does and then he'll, like, blow it like he always does.
But, um, at some point, he's gonna break through.
2018 was his first started, the Masters, and he's finished tight.
10th and tight fit since then.
Um, six top 11 and 10 starts, including two majors this year.
So, um, he's been fantastic this year.
He just hasn't been able to pull it through.
And then my winner, who I think has the best shot outside of, you know, the favorites, um, in D J.
And maybe, um de Shambo is Brooks Koepka.
My guy Brooksie out of four state here.
Um, if you guys don't know this three out of the past six Masters champions were ranked number six in the world.
Guess what? Brooks's number six six? Yeah, I like that.
He Okay, so we were worried about his injuries, right? We're worried about his knee and he, you know, about out of a couple of competitions and and a couple of courses.
And then he came back just recently and got a tight fit in Houston.
His putting looked extremely strong.
So hopefully he can keep that up.
Heading here into Augusta.
Um, he's been fantastic in his four trips here on.
He was a co runner up last year, so he was right there at the finish and he co lead, Um, in part five scoring.
So that's gonna bode well for him to hear in Augusta.
I mean, who can't go against Bryson? I mean, that guy can kill the ball, I think Nicholas said.
Now if he hits it right, he could land the land, the green and one on the first hole.
I don't know if that's entirely plausible, but it's not that far fetched.
Of course, the big hitters like D.
J and Rahm are up there.
I love Xander softly, and here's why.
I rarely go to a major or watch a major where he's not on the top of the leaderboard.
He's always in that group that's going two o'clock to 45.
I bet he's going to be on top this week.
He's going to be on top of his game, but in terms of winning the whole thing, who can't? I'm going to go who can't go against Bryson.
That guy can absolutely.
It's accurate if he's accurate.
Uh, Alexander two.
He's been right there on the costs recently, too.
I think he's had what to two runner up finishes in his last four courses or something like that, How about you? You got down.
There s so I'm going My my three guys, I'll start with the best odds.
I mean, how can you go against the guy that just got a hole in one off the off the water today? You know, and has grateful has had great form all season.
And Jon Rahm I looked at him.
He in the al goes.
He looks like he's going to be one of the guys that's definitely gonna be competing.
He's got that Sebby that Sebby feel like he's been talking about cvb number one all year.
And you know what? He's got that mojo.
It's birthday week for him, like he's really feeling himself like, I feel like that's probably the guy that I'm gonna be trending towards the top.
I love the Zander pick.
It's hard to argue against the Zander pick Ben like, you know, he's definitely a guy that I've rooted for, uh, numerous times, and he's just he's right there.
And and there's not gonna be a time that you're not going to say when he finally does break through, because he will break through it with one of these majors that you're like It was his time. It was only a matter of time.
And as cable that said, Tony Fee now has just always been a top 10, I think last year, Mark, if you remember, I picked Tony Fino outright in that that week, and I do, and I blame I blame the Sunday weather for baby is the reason why that didn't happen.
But the idea that he hasn't been able to finish on Sunday is the thing that follows him around the most.
And if you wanna like, do a safe top 10 bet like Tony Females the safest top 10 bet I have him all my blood fantasy lineups this week.
But the two guys that we're gonna kind of train outside because if I'm gonna go out rights and I'm not willing to put 100 more dollars on on every guy like if you're gonna put a guy like at the top like if you're gonna take like a Bryson, you're gonna put big money on him because he's that I think he's at 7 to 1 right now.
So the two guys that I like right now I think your brother came in trying to, You know, I really love Jason Day, Jason Day at 35 to 1.
He's a guy that was, Ah, former number one player.
You got a bad back injury.
He's been kind of laboring through it all year, but he's been performing, and it's kind of like getting to the point now that, like if you've seen the last couple weeks or the last couple of form and say it's performed and he's really starting to rip the ball off the tee.
And if there's a guy that was, I think he was also contending in the PGA at 1.
He's just always a guy that's right around it every week now and with the guy that has the pedigree that he has, and he knows the course very well.
He was in one of those he was in the 14 players when I gave you the deadly.
Since he just has that that feel that this might be his weak and honestly, I'm rooting for him.
I don't know if it's more of a route pick for me because, like, I just generally like the guy and I just kind of hope that like he does come through.
But I think I think that he has a really good chance this week and the other guy that I'm chatting on his Adam Scott at 40 to 1 and Adam Adam Scott, a former winner, 2013.
But the thing I love about Adam Scott is that we talked about the fact with weather being between minus seven and minus 10, possibly for a winner.
He's got such a great putter guys, and he doesn't blow up on holes that what we've seen since the restart, that he's come back in, that he's always consistently like four under five under.
He's right there, and when you bring them to, like a course that he that he feels good in, he feels right.
Um, he seems like he has pretty good logic with weather conditions.
I was reading an article earlier in the week where he was, he was.
He was wondering how he was gonna play, that the muddy conditions we talked about Mark, if there was gonna be unplayable if anything ever happened, I don't know if that's going to happen, but he could do it gets super super money.
I mean, they could do lift, clean and place.
Yeah, I don't know if e don't know if they're going to that.
He didn't discuss doing that, But that's a guy that I really feel like can put four consistent, solid rounds together where you don't have to ever worry about him shooting over par.
So if you find a guy that can probably shoot like 68 4 times this week, that might be 68 69.
That might be a guy that that, like an Adam Scott that you say to yourself, Well, yeah, we know that he's well, he's good off the team.
We know he's got a good putter right now at 40 to 1.
Why not take a really good shot at him? So that's my three players this week that I'm gonna go with and hopefully for the food bank, it comes through.
So that's what I'm doing.
So so So my picks for the my food bank picks.
I'm gonna hop on with you guys as well.
Stephen Caleb, I'm a big, 20 ft out guy this week.
I think it mean he's too good not to come through at some point, you know what I mean? I hate doing that because everybody that it just doesn't do it.
It's one of those things, too, and it's like one of those things, too.
Where if he is in contention on Sunday, you might hedge your bet against him because, you know he's probably gonna blow it Thio blow it as well.
But I really like 20 ft now, this week, a couple other guys I like, which was in your top 14.
Um, I do like I'm gonna go with Rory McIlroy hey, has not a lot of people are talking about Rory this week.
Um, and I think that's just how he likes it, just kind of flying under the radar.
He's going for the career Grand Slam again, another opportunity for that.
So obviously I think he really, really, really wants to win this tournament.
Hey has played well there.
He's also has a bad rounds there, but he has played well.
Another guy Steve you brought this up to at the beginning of the show is, and he's in your top 14 as well.
Was Ah, guy Justin Thomas.
So Justin Thomas, like you had Majesty.
If he's done better every year that he's been in the Masters.
Now it's only been by a little bit.
I don't know if you could make that jump toe win, but he's definitely one of the best players in the world and it wouldn't shock me if he did.
Well, tell this.
We'll tell the staff Mark because he's played four straight Masters.
He's improved each of the forces every year for four years.
He's never improved inside the top 10 of those finishes.
So that's the guy.
That's why I'm trending off of Justin Thomas this week.
Because for him to make that leap, even though he's the world's number one at this, is he still the world's number one? Uh, I'm not sure.
I think he is the world's number one.
I think he is, but you know, like it's great that he's improving.
But Thio think that he could possibly because, like we're big trends guys great, like like that's what we go over betting right now.
So if we're not following trends, then what are we doing here? Like I feel like that's gonna be a guy, that is it.
It would be be shocked if you want? No, but like the trends just don't suggest that he's going to do it so that J T.
As Number three D.
One D J and DJs last six starts.
They've all been inside the top six.
He didn't fall down the stairs yet you fall down the stairs at one Masters, something like D J.
He went to Minneapolis, he shot two eighties in a row.
He could point about a back injury and everyone made fun of him because he was like, You just don't wanna be in Minneapolis right now. D J just go home.
And then he came back the next week and he won no problem.
So I don't know.
He's got Paulina Gretzky at home like who really cares, right? E uh, one last thing I want to throw in there guys on, but it's good.
It's like the Tiger pick I had last year, but I would hate myself if I didn't pick him this year.
And it is gonna be Fowler at 62 1.
And it's not just obviously because he's my boy.
I'm a big fan of Father.
But it's for all the reasons that you had mentioned Steve.
There's of course, he plays well, that he's multiple top five finishes at this course.
I don't want to say he's gonna be like female and say that he's eventually gonna win because the way he's played in majors, hey, just hasn't been able to get over the hump s.
So I don't know if if this will be his time, but at 60 to 1 I love those are odds.
So a few dollars on him to try to win some money there or significant money for the food back? Absolutely, absolutely.
So way decided how you how you're gonna, uh, divvy it up, Mark.
Like where you're gonna allocate your money towards the food bank.
I'm probably what? I pick four golfers because I think we each got 100 bucks or something like that.
Yeah, we're doing way.
I think I I finished mine in 97 counting tonight.
So I'm just gonna round up.
I'm just gonna round up to 100 I'm gonna do with that.
And then well, I feel like you have to put the most money on the highest odds guy right through each of you.
All right, uh, and then and then turn around.
And, uh, and any any, like, a Fowler.
Maybe you just throw, like, 15 bucks on him.
You know what I'm saying? You know, you know, what we'll do is we'll put it on Twitter will post exactly what we're doing that way. We know exactly.
And it's gonna be hard for us not to take those bets on our own either.
Right? Caleb s. So it's like, e.
I wanna help contribute to you know, the fun.
Anyway, Yeah, one of those things.
If we hit one of these bets and we're feeding the hungry, we want to feed ourselves to s.
So we gotta throw money.
We put on those bets we're gonna put on themselves so that we actually profit.
We profit a little bit of that as well.
Like I said, Well, like I said, we will definitely still match our donation whether we win or lose.
So the food bank will be still getting something contributed to that.
And like I said, like, this is the culmination.
So cheers to you guys thank you guys for coming on tonight like it was fantastic episode.
Hopefully it comes through.
It works out and I'm just excited for Masters Week.
I can't believe it's in November.
It's kind of weird, but like it's four days of great golf, you know, and and we got that.
And anybody that's doing DFS lives this weekend.
Like go on my Twitter.
I'll definitely have my DFS lineup since this week, and I'll definitely try to figure it out because you know what's better than DFS gulfmark true before you guys at all.
So I want to give you guys a chance.
Caleb, I know you've got a few podcasts and things like that, man, What do you guys? You guys get anything you guys wanna plug on the show? Yeah, I guess I started off.
So I've got my Florida State podcast and live broadcast as well.
That is usually on Thursday nights, but sometimes it interchanges called tribe aholic.
So if you guys are no fans or anything like that, or you just like like to listen to me and watch me drink and, you know, talk **** about how my team is that's in a place that head on your weeknight there, Right before your Friday.
So go follow tribe aholic there.
I'm gonna follow me personally at CHS know that you see right there below my face.
Um, I also do a podcast slash live stream on the live, you know, line up there for unwrapped sports network with my co host Sam Daring called Saturday Standouts.
We just kind of go over the best players in college football them and like their performances weekend week out with today.
Excuse me, a NFL mock draft our first one ever this past week.
So at the beginning of each month will be doing those, and they're really exciting.
Of course, I've got unwrapped these bands with my guy Mark Belleville on my other guy, Steve Lewis, down here where we just, you know, live watch games that we've been on.
So we've been kind of pick that up.
I'm sure that will pick back up to a soon as the n b.
Gets going here, Um, in a month or so.
So looking forward to that and then, you know, just making appearances whenever anybody asked me to come on.
Yeah, I'm sort of a stream jumper to I do have one podcast for unwanted sports.
The concession stand.
You can follow my personal twitter at Ben with six.
And that will give you all concession stand updates.
We're gonna try to get that rerunning soon.
We may even have a co host, so we'll see.
Um, and, of course, like I said, I jump stream, so I do the, uh, Monday night and Thursday night Recaps usually Sunday night, so make sure to watch those.
Alright, guys, I really appreciate you guys coming on the show.
We will talk to you guys later, all right? Sounds good.
Great show, brother.
That is fantastic.
I've been excited for the show for a while, and like I said, like, shout out to my mom like, once again. Great idea.
I mean, I'm happy.
Tell Eileen she's got a new ideas.
This is done after this new ideas.
I mean, I mean, I don't think we stopped the swear jar.
I think like we might continue the swear jar.
And when maybe we do all the way until April until the next masters.
I don't I don't know how we're going to parlay it or what? How we're going to figure it out.
We'll figure some other gim**** out, but I'll still be donating a dollar every week just because you know what I'm saying.
It's like putting a bar snow open your mouth, like you know, you can't be swearing too much.
You can't be doing it too much.
But it's been a lot of fun.
And like I said, I definitely appreciate those guys coming on and helping us out. I mean, we will.
I haven't mentioned it.
We will be live from wrap these bands.
I think, uh, Patriots are pointing the Ravens Sunday night, so it's hard for me not to think that we won't be hopping on for that.
Yeah, well, that's it gone for that camp, and I'd like to be able to possibly do like we did a couple weeks ago.
Maybe we'll hop on.
Maybe Friday night.
Maybe we'll do a little NFL picks for 15 minutes prior prior to those games, hopping off as soon as we get closer to the week.
I know I have Cincinnati and minus nine or plus nine, and I'm already I'm super psyched about that because, like that, that line went right down to seven.
Big Ben's now in question.
You had to go in the coded list.
You know, he's already got a knee injury going on.
So they're saying that he's probably gonna be ready to go.
But who really knows? In that case and And if there's one thing that I told you, it's it's Cincinnati.
While they've been in dog **** all year winning games against the Spread, which is all we really care about, they've been one of the best teams in the NFL.
So getting nine points, I'm pretty happy about that.
And Curtis, my favorite Martin, is going to join us on that voyage.
All right, now let's wrap it up once again.
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Steve, any last words.
Everybody love everybody.
Yeah, well, you baby.
All right, We'll see you guys next week on another episode of For the love of the game Piece guys, chow.