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Coming to you from the headquarters of Studio B in Salt Lake City where we are still suffering the Super Effects of Super Sunday, this is Dog and Deuce #59. On this episode we adjust to Brian Johnson’s promotion to offensive coordinator, sort through the ever growing feud between Karl Malone and Greg Miller, break down the spectacle that was Superbowl 46 and try to make sense of the consistently inconsistent Utah Jazz.
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- Gerald Narciso is our resident NBA expert. He has been hyping up Jeremy Lin for years. Lin, point guard for the Knicks, has put together an amazing string of games and is finally starting to turn some heads. Check out Gerald’s 2009 feature on the longshot from Harvard.
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- Check out Kevin Graham’s excellent breakdown of the Karl Malone/Greg Miller feud
- Superbowl XLVI was everything we hoped it would be. We break down the game.
- Now that Eli has 2 rings should he be considered an elite quarterback? Will he gain entrance into the Hall of Fame?
- How does the Patriots’ loss affect Tom Brady and Bill Belichick’s legacy?
- Kyle Whittingham hired 24 year old Brian Johnson to fill the vacant offensive coordinator position after Norm Chow departure.
- Is this a good hire?
- Were there other options out there?
- Is this actually worse than hiring Gary Crowton?
- Should a PAC 12 school be making such a gamble?
- The feud between Karl Malone and Greg Miller seems to grow more intense each day.
- How much of what the Mailman says should we believe?
- How has Greg’s infamous midnight blog (in which he attacked Karl’s character in a classless manor) changed the fans’ perception of him?
- Should the head of a billion dollar company even be involved in a situation like this?
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