Rob & Sarah open the show by recapping Rob's trip to Allen Fieldhouse to watch his beloved Kansas Jayhawks face off against West Virginia before hopping a midnight flight to head back to Los Angeles to help Kevin Hart open up the 2018 NBA All-Star Game, which Sarah attended as well. Rob & Sarah also give their take on Fergie's infamous rendition of the National Anthem and the ensuing backlash.
Rob & Sarah open up the show discussing their thoughts on Valentine's Day and how Sarah's ended up with a few other notable occasions around the same time of year. They also answer some listener questions on hard hitting topics like comedian Ari Shaffir, the upcoming Top Gun sequel and what's preferable between top and bottom bunk position.
Rob & Sarah start out this weeks show discussing Rob's recent gig hosting for the NFL Honors awards show and their respective thoughts on how the show went. They go on to examine the next day's Super Bowl 52 game between the Eagles and Patriots and the ensuing celebrations in the city of Philadelphia. As the show wraps up they discuss some of the best TV commercials from game day.
Rob & Sarah open up the show with little college basketball talk before the conversation turns to Rob's impending family trip to Kansas City Royals spring training in Surprise, AZ. And of course, they dive in deep on the upcoming Super Bowl featuring the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles happening this Sunday in Minneapolis. Toward the ends of the show we answer some listener questions on sports and other hard hitting topics.
Rob & Sarah open up the show with a recap of the NFL Divisional Championship games and all the hijinks that went along with them. They go on to discuss what the future may hold for the Super Bowl, Johnny Manziel's attempted comeback via a questionable apparel line, low tops in the NBA and some listener questions. As the show winds down they take a look at the recently announced Oscar Nominations.
Rob & Sarah discuss video game addiction being recognized as a disability in 2018 and how gender roles are changing as millennials are seemingly less interested in sex than previous generations. The conversation then turns to the NFL and the rumor that Jon Gruden will be moving from the booth back to the sidelines to take over as Raiders head coach, as well as the general idea of contact vs collision in the NFL and other sports.
Rob and Sarah launch their podcast by discussing their New Year's experiences including Rob's time in New York working on Steve Harvey's New Years Eve show on Fox and Sarah's very long day at the Rose Bowl game. They also discuss the idea of big cities dominating sports coverage and smaller market schools getting almost no love even upon great achievement. As the show wraps up Sarah tells Rob about her recent trip to Europe to celebrate the holidays.