Welcome back to CSPN’s Know the Score!
This week, we talk about Ezekiel Elliott‘s senior-day meltdown at Ohio State, Les Miles reportedly leaving LSU, Thanksgiving Day NFL games and a preview of the rest of Week 12, and more highs for the Warriors and lows for the Sixers and Clippers in the NBA. And– why is a movie the best sports story coming out of the city of Philadelphia right now?
All of this, plus our nominees for the weekly #KTSPod awards.
This week’s episode is moderated by Nubyjas Wilborn (@nwilborn19).
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Play of the Week nominees
- Panthers’ Luke Kuechly with back-to-back interceptions of Tony Romo on Thanksgiving
- Calvin Johnson’s TD catch over two Eagles DBs on 3rd & 17 from Matt Stafford. Had 3 TDs on Thanksgiving
- Texas Tech Beats Texas on Trick Play TD
Ride the Pine nominees
- Kobe Bryant – dreadful night vs. The Warriors: 1-14 from the field, 1-7 from 3 pt.
- Lakers ownership for keeping Kobe out there.
- The Philadelphia 76ers – 0-27 losing streak officially the worst in pro sports.
Score of the Week nominees
- 16-0 – Golden State Warriors entered the record books to seal the longest unbeaten start to a season in history
- 25 – LeBron James passed Norm Nixon with his 6387th assist this week, becoming just the second player to rank in the top 25 in both scoring (passed Reggie Miller for 18th place on Wednesday) and assists.
This week’s guest panelist
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Tyler Ball has amassed a wealth of knowledge and experience covering intercollegiate sports, particularly at the Historically Black College and Universities (HBCU) of our nation.With over 10 years of service at N.C. A&T State University, Tyler has had access to some of the best athletes over the past 20 years. Tyler is a Sports Media Journalist and blog contributor whose work has been featured in the Associated Press, ESPN, and Sports Illustrated.
Father of 2 girls, Washington, DC native by way of Harlem in NYC. Working in IT Security. Very passionate about sports, known to be “the ESPN anchor from around the way.” Die hard fan of the Dallas Cowboys, NY Knicks, Florida State Seminoles (CFB), and the North Carolina Tar Heels (CBB). Huge buff of documentaries & biopics.
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“I consider myself a sports super nerd. I’m #HTTR and #BeatDook till I die.” Member of the #RampanBlackNeckaryCrew. Don is also the co-host of CSPN’s pro wrestling podcast The WrassleCast.
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