Aging Gracefully (sponsored by Carriage Glen Independent Living 55+)

-What’s on Sip’s mind this week in how to age gracefully?

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Lee Sterling (Paramount Sports) / Shut Up Sipple (sponsored by Bagels & Joe)

-We’re looking at Over/Unders this year in college football for wins (BetOnline.ag for reference)

-Nebraska 6 wins; Miami 9.5 wins; Indiana 8 wins; Iowa State 9.5 wins; what else?

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Iowa announced yesterday they’re selling beer and wine at Kinnick Stadium this Fall…is it inevitable soon in Lincoln?

-Remember what Shawn Eichorst once said? “We had to evaluate where Iowa was as a program”…that didn’t go over well, but maybe not it should!

-There’s still no news on alcohol for the Garth Brooks concert. But what if it’s announced soon that they will sell cans of beer only for that event?

-Also—for those who say the stadium isn’t equipped for alcohol—who says you need to have draught beer? JUST USE CANS AND ALL IS RESOLVED. Players will be paid soon anyways; traditions ending

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Jake is going camping this weekend and he’s curious if listeners are fans of camping or not

-It’s one of the craziest things when people talk about camping; some are adamant it’s the best thing ever, and others would never ever consider camping…no A/C! Bugs! Not comfortable!

-Also, SONG OF THE DAY (sponsored by Sartor Hamann Jewelers)

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Deshaun Watson apparently wants to join the Broncos; if you were Denver, would you want him or Aaron Rodgers?

-Both big names have been attached to Denver this offseason, as they look to get a long-term elite answer at QB. Watson is much younger with lots of potential still, but obviously has legal problems right now

-Rodgers is unhappy in Green Bay, and is still elite, but doesn’t have near as long of a career left as Watson (barring legal ramifications for Watson)…so, who’s the choice if you get one?

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College Football Playoff will consider proposal for expanding to 12-team format

-The College Football Playoff Committee will consider expanding the current 4-team format by eight teams. The new format would include 6 automatic bids and 6 wild cards. The top four automatic bids would receive a first round bye.

-Would expanding the playoff help create more fan interest? Would it help with the competitiveness and parity of the sport?

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The Drive: May 7th, 4pm – The NFL is TERRIBLE

  • Poop pants
  • Soda vs diet soda
  • Ja’Wuan James tore his Achilles tendon working out away from the Broncos practice facility
  • The Broncos and the NFL are saying they don’t need to and don’t plan on paying him his yearly salary because the injury is considered a “Non-Football Injury” since it occurred away from their facilities
  • That is DUMB

Cyza & Stephens: November 18th, 11am

  • Off the top: Frost calls out defense in loss to Wisconsin
  • Tom’s Vikings take down Parker’s Broncos
  • Blog Jog (brought to you by Barney Insurance)