Welcome back to CSPN’s Know the Score!
In our last episode of Know the Score for 2015, we recap the Christmas Day slate of NBA games and then then go around the NFL to discuss the Giants’ Odell Beckham, Jr.‘s suspension for fighting and final pushes for divisional titles and wild card spots. Then, our panel names their best sports stories of 2015.
Why the shout-out to Washington’s Hall of Fame quarterback Sonny Jurgensen? Listen and find out!
All of this, plus our nominees for the weekly #KTSPod awards.
What are your picks for Play of the Week, Ride the Pine, & Score of the Week?
Vote in the polls at http://knowthescore.cspn.us
This week’s episode is moderated by Nubyjas Wilborn (@nwilborn19).
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What are your picks for Play of the Week, Ride the Pine, & Score of the Week? Vote in the polls below!
Play of the Week nominees
- Cam Newton’s 47 yard run vs. the Giants.
- Kirk Cousin’s 13 yard touchdown run vs. The Bills on a broken shovel pass
- Reggie Jackson’s spin move and score in the 4OT win vs. the Bulls
Ride the Pine nominees
- Jerry Jones for waiting until the Cowboys were officially eliminated to put Tony Romo on injured reserve.
- Social media for missing the point with Mark Jackson for his comment deriding Steph Curry’s 3-point shooting as bad for the game.
- The NBA All Star Fan Voters. Kobe Bryant is + 800,000 over Steph Curry for the lead in vote getting.
- The NBA’s Christmas Day shoe colors. As the kids would say, “What Are Those?!?!”
Score of the Week nominees
- 70 – Kirk Cousins’ completion percentage – #1 in the NFL
- 60,000 – Drew Brees passed this career passing yardage milestone against the Lions.
- 65 – career interceptions for Charles Woodson, 5th all time.
- 340 Pass Yds, 5 Pass TD, 100 Rush Yds: Cam Newton in Week 15 (41.6 fantasy pts!)
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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.
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