This week’s Death Valley Voice podcast may be the last one of the new year depending on the schedule during Christmas and New Year’s, but I am trying to arrange for a podcast after Christmas to preview the Outback Bowl and the Under Armour All-American game on Jan. 2 where LSU is expected to receive a handful of commitments.
On this week’s episode I speak with Wescott Eberts from Burnt Orange Nation to talk about the legacy Mack Brown leaves behind at Texas and who the Longhorns potential candidates to succeed Brown could be in Austin. We run through the longshots to the more viable candidates and share a laugh at the ridiculous Jon Gruden rumors.
Then I speak to Jeremiah Sharpe from Men of the Scarlet and Gray,an Ohio State Buckeyes blog to talk about the recent additions on the recruiting trail, the disappointing end to the regular season vs. the Michigan State Spartans and a quick preview of the Orange Bowl vs. the Clemson Tigers.
Lastly I speak with Jack Jorgensen from FanSided to talk about Jameis Winston winning the Heisman Trophy and how the rest of the finalists finished in the voting. We speculated on the NFL futures of each of the six finalists and take a look at potential candidates for the 2014 Heisman and if Winston can do what only Archie Griffin has done and win two Heismans.
But before we get into the Heisman I break down the commitment of five-star OLB Clifton Garrett, Anthony Jennings development at quarterback and the sluggish ticket sales from LSU’s end for the Outback Bowl.
All that and more on this week’s loaded Death Valley Voice podcast that is too long I had to break it into two parts. Enjoy and let me know what you would like included in future podcasts.