Super Bowl preview, the Utah Jazz conundrum, listener feedback – Dog and Deuce #102

February 1, 2013

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Show Notes:


Super Bowl XLVII

We break down the big game happening on Sunday.  Can the Ravens special team avoid making critical mistakes?  Can Kaepernick lead a drive if the 49ers are down?  Who is going to get the victory?



Utah Jazz

The Jazz were looking good in the last few weeks of January.  Gordon Hayward was becoming a leader and was taking control in the clutch.  But then Hayward went down and Utah suffered its worst loss in franchise history to the Rockets, and to make matters worse it was in Energy Solutions Arena.

Where do the Jazz go from here?  Do they need to move Al Jefferson?  Can Paul Milsap get back the intensity and emotion that made him so good in past years?  Is it better to shoot for the playoffs or plan for the future?



Aggie fan Ryan Mortensen emailed us to give us his thoughts on Gary Anderson taking the Wisconsin job.  He seems to sum up the collective feeling of the Utah State fan base quite nicely.

Matt Quinney (from Academically Ineligible) and Torrey Ellis both disagree with Allen’s believe that Bronco Mendenhall harbors a quiet but deep animosity and resentment toward the University of Utah.  They both feel that Bronco is indifferent, which is a negative thing.


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