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Joe Rose Show with Zach Krantz: Miami vs. FSU Preview

The Joe Rose Show with Zach Krantz
October 05, 2018 - 11:09 am

Today during the 1st hour:

- Brady throws 500th TD on Thursday Night Football

- Yelich and the Brewers walkoff in the NLDS

- Are you buying the Connor McGregor fight?


Today during the 2nd hour:

- Interview with Akeem Spence, Miami Dolphins Defensive Tackle

- Interview with Larry Blustein, South Florida High School Sport Show

- Hollywood’s Headlines, We go around the best headlines in pop culture with Hollywood


Today during the 3rd hour:

- Interview with Danny Kanell, SiriusXM and former FSU QB

“I just want Florida State to keep it competitive. If they’re in it in the 4th quarter, I would consider that a win, just keep fighting and keep it competitive.”

“Miami has the turnover chain. It’s the best thing in college football. You can’t imitate it, so stop trying!” 

- Interview with Don Bailey Jr, Miami Hurricanes Color Analyst
"If Miami can go into the game and establish a consistent run game, they'll take a lot of pressure off of Perry... The key to this game is how does any first time QB in this game react to being on that stage. You just have to hope that you can protect him, and have other areas that he doesn't have to win the football game for you." 


Today during the 4th hour:

- Interview with Mike Florio, Pro Football Talk

On the Dolphins releasing Jordan Phillips, "I don't have a problem with it. Yeah, it would have been better off to not draft him, but draft picks get wasted all the time. You make the pick, and if it works out, great.  If it doesn't, great. Half of your draft picks aren't going to work out. Sometimes you have to make a tough decision, but if it's going to make your team better in the long run, then that's what you have to do."

- Interview with Bob Wischusen, ESPN Play by Play Broadcaster

“If Florida State can hobble together an offensive line, and maybe play with some tempo, then I think they might be able to hang with the Canes and keep it a close game.” ​​