What your view of sports and life would be if you had too many concussions
There’s so much in today’s episode it had to be done in two segments.
The first harkens back to a lot of material from the Dubsism archives. We get glimpses into why there’s a Dubsy award named for Gene Mauch, what J-Dub really means when he talks about good “bad” coaches, the old Dubscast series, his long-standing disdain of Houston Rockets head coach Kevin “McFail,“how the collapse of the Los Angeles Clippers rests squarely on the shoulders of Doc Rivers, and how nobody should ever believe Rivers didn’t know Donald Sterling was a racist.
That’s a pretty action-packed piece of podcast, which is why we had to save the discussion on former University of North Dakota’ hockey coach Dave Hakstol’s move to the Philadelphia Flyers. J-Dub’s long love/hate relationship with Hakstol is the key to why J-Dub thinks Hakstol might actually do quite well in the NHL.
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In the NFL, John Fox is another one. I know that he led Carolina and Denver to the Super Bowl, but he needed 4 OT’s to get there with Carolina in 03, and in Denver, he got there two years ago on Manning’s back. I think that he admitted that he didn’t have them prepared to play that SB against Seattle. Fox will be fired in two years in Chicago.
BTW, when are you going to do part 2 of the Boxing history lesson? The first part was good.
Nice call on John Fox. Part II of the Boxing article is in final edit right now.