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Joe Rose Show with Zach Krantz: Fantasy Drafts, Tom Brady is Annoyed, FIU Playing Two QBs

The Joe Rose Show with Zach Krantz
August 28, 2018 - 10:25 am

Today during the 1st hour:

- Joe starts off the show talking about how he attended his first ever fantasy football draft last night.

- Tom Brady hanging up on WEEI in Boston.

- Interview with Jesse Davis , Miami Dolphins Right Guard

“(Josh) Sitton is great, and (Daniel) Kilgore is great. The both move really well, and they’ve seen all these looks that we see in practice or in games. They’re always one step ahead. It’s fun to watch and be around them.”

 

Today during the 2nd hour:

- Interview with Butch Davis, FIU Golden Panthers Head Coach

“The one thing that I will tell you is that both QBs (Christian Alexander and James Morgan) are going to play in the first half this coming Saturday night. It’s that close.”

- Hollywood Headlines, we go around the best headlines in pop culture with Hollywood

 

 

Today during the 3rd hour:

- Interview with Dennis Dodd, National College Football Writer for CBSSports.com

“If Urban Meyer gets a jay-walking ticket, not only is he gone, but the President Michael Drake and AD Gene Smith are gone too. They put their jobs on the line for a guy – for a school that enabled a serial domestic abuser.”

- Was Tom Brady right for hanging up on WEEI?

- Will people really pay to watch Tiger Woods vs. Phil Mickelson on PPV?

 

 

Today during the 4th hour:

- Joe and Zach discuss all the bad trade the Dolphins have made over the years, including Wes Welker and Vontae Davis.

- Interview with Brady Quinn, FOX Sports NFL Analyst

​ "What I liked about Miami last year was that they earned it. When they started getting back into national media, and all the hype around the turnover chain - they earned that. This year the challenge is that they're sitting there as a top 10 team, they have a lot of guys returning and a lot of hype behind them, can they handle that? Or are they going to waltz into LSU believing too much that they've already arrived."