WFNY’s Jeff Nomina joined Tom and Travis on The Nail in the Coffin podcast to talk the Cavs’ roster reload and what it means going forward.
The Cavs have gone to hell and back, and are finally starting to show signs of life—although for reasons both on and off the court, Isaiah Thomas’ future looks as murky as ever. And finally—FINALLY—the Indians announced Chief Wahoo is going away (well, sort of). As they have every step of the way with their embattled logo, the Indians continue to take the hardest road possible in moving on.
In his latest appearance on The Nail, Podolski shares stories from Miocic’s high school years, sets the scene at UFC’s media day on Thursday, previews the fight as Miocic tries to become the first UFC heavyweight champ to reach three successful title defenses, and gives a rundown on the red-hot, trash talkin’ challenger Ngannou.
Nick Carrabine is back on The Nail as the guys discuss what has happened to J.R. Smith, Isaiah Thomas’ fit and whether he’s playable against Golden State, and whether Ty Lue is getting the most out of this Cavs roster.
For the CFP championship, the Nail in the Coffin guys went unconventional. Tom watched the full game on the announcer-free SkyCam feed that was part of ESPN’s megacast, while Travis went through the condensed version on Tuesday after following along on Twitter during the live game.
John Dorsey replacing Sashi Brown, transitioning from collecting assets to acquiring players, and (against all odds) keeping Hue Jackson on the latest NitC podcast.
For the third straight year, Mark Podolski, sports editor of The News-Herald, joins Tom and Travis for a marathon rundown of college football’s New Year’s Six bowl games.
Cavs-Warriors, LeBron-Harden, and a little bit of Bitcoin talk all crammed into the latest “Nail in the Coffin” podcast at WFNY.
100 episodes is a ton and WFNY is happy the Nail in the Coffin podcast released their century mark recording on our pages. Enjoy the discussion on the Cleveland Browns and Cavs within.
The Nail in the Coffin podcast with Kurt Angle discussing addiction and his road back to WWE.
The Ohio State Buckeyes are the 2017 B1G football champions after beating the Wisconsin Badgers. They won’t be going to the College Football Playoffs, but lots of discussion about the game and why the Cotton Bowl is the destination here.
Quality wins? Bad losses? Conference titles? What will sway the selection committee? Do precedents matter? Are any other teams outside the current top four in the mix? The CFP selections will not be easy this year.