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Looking Back at Super Bowl XLII in a Pre-NSD KSR Football Podcast

Jared’s proposal at Super owl Media Day was definitely brought up. (Gary W. Green, McClatchy-Tribune)

Jared's proposal at Super owl Media Day was definitely brought up. (Gary W. Green, McClatchy-Tribune)

Jared’s proposal at Super Bowl Media Day is one of many highlights. (Gary W. Green, McClatchy-Tribune)

No matter how much I plan for a KSR Football Podcast, it usually goes wherever the discussion takes us.  Freddie and I did get to some of the prospects that will sign with Mark Stoops next Wednesday, but that wasn’t the fun part.

When talking about next Sunday’s Super Bowl, Jared took a stroll down memory lane.  He went day-by-day, giving us a candid look at what players are going through leading into the biggest game of their life.  The X’s and O’s of preparation are intriguing, the in-game behind-the-scenes is better, but nothing can top what happened AFTER the Giants defeated the (almost) undefeated Patriots (HINT: it involves the Lombardi Trophy).  You will not be disappointed.  Other highlights:

—  Jared has a special surprise for Freddie.

—  A change-up in theme music, just for Freddie.

—  Our initial thoughts after interviewing the Early Enrollees.

—  What’s crazier: Freddie learns to Periscope, or Jared’s conspiracy theory?

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Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

2 Comments for Looking Back at Super Bowl XLII in a Pre-NSD KSR Football Podcast



  1. Stephen
    9:46 pm January 28, 2016 Permalink

    Didn’t Matt say today that we weren’t allowed to have new football podcasts?



    • ukjaybrat
      8:15 am January 29, 2016 Permalink

      no… he said it couldn’t sustain a show through the entire off-season because there isn’t enough news to keep it interesting… but having one or two around national signing day and one or two around spring practice is probably enough

      #FactsAreOptional