Around the Leagues. NHL, NBA, UEFA, PGA, NFL

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Joe, FP, and LP all joined the pod to discuss many things and many sports. UVA brings home a championship, you can thank us later. Tiger Woods is back what an amazing sports story and story in general. The C.A.P.S. started out strong going up 2 on the Carolina Hurricanes but injuries have struck once again. The caps were already without Kempny now down Oshie as well. DSP has been recalled can he bring the good luck once again? The NBA playoffs are boring, the NBA needs to do something to bring some excitement back into the league. The Wizards are still GMless but feeling the effects of poor choices from the previous GM. This is likely to hurt the team far into the future. The Redskins are picking 15th in 6 days. Is Josh Rosen still on the table? All things, all sports. Listen, Like, Share!

Defend the Cup; NHL Playoffs; UVA vs Texas Tech; Lamar Butler Q&A

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Defeat the Curse is now Defend the Cup for all things Capitals as the NHL playoffs get underway! FP and Joe preview the Caps/Canes matchup (1-17) including do’s and don’ts for the Great 8! Looking a bit further ahead, can anyone really challenge Tampa? Joe then welcomes Dan to the pod (18-34) to discuss his UVA Wahoo’s vs Texas Tech in the NCAA national championship final. Dan is bullish betting the over with a predicted final score of 65-63 with UVA winning led by a resurgent De’Andre Hunter who knows he has one more game to prove the Redeem Team deserves this title! Afterwards Joe sits down with George Mason legend Lamar Butler to discuss the Patriots cinderella run (34-45), his professional career, life as a coach, and his business ventures… oh and we get his take on the big game as well. This is one packed podcast episode! Enjoy it DC… a UVA win would be so sweet the same week the Caps cup defense starts! Listen, like, share!

Cheers for (a fired) Ernie; Boos for Bryce?

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Emergency Pod style! There is way too much going on in DC sports today. Bryce Harper issues a statement to all DC sports fans. Is it too little too late? Ernie Grunfeld is fired after 16, yes sixteen, 1-6 years. Unbelievable that a GM who has not won a title was able to keep a job for that long. Nevertheless he is no longer here. The Caps are about to embark on their playoff push, without star defensemen Michal Kempny. The pressure is certainly off of them, and they are the defending Stanley Cup champions so the pressure should be off. Finally the national media is reporting to watch out for the Redskins as a team still interested in Josh Rosen. Is a first round pick too steep of a price? Join FP, Joe and LP on this pod and let us know your thoughts on all things discussed. #FireErnie worked. #BryceIsBack #OnePursuit #ALLCAPS