Atlanta Sports Update, Jimmy Butler Hysteria and the Return of Shawn Michaels With Nick Cellini of 680 The Fan, James Holas of BBALLBREAKDOWN and William R. Washington of RBR Wrestling (Ep. 214)

Chase Thomas is joined by 680 The Fan's Nick Cellini to talk about the state of the Falcons, how the Braves should approach the Winter Meetings, if they should go after Bryce Harper, if the Hawks could be fun this fall, and more. (1:00).

Then, BBallbreakdown's James Holas jumps on the pod to talk about the Jimmy Butler craziness in Minnesota, Kyrie planning to re-sign with the Celtics, and the Spurs' playoff chances without Dejounte Murray (30:00).

To wrap up, RBR Wrestling's William R. Washington comes on the pod to talk about that Triple H vs. Undertaker match at WWE Super Show-Down, Shawn Michaels dream opponents, the Dean Ambrose storyline, and where the Miz vs. Daniel Bryan vs. AJ Styles feud is going (55:00).

NFL Week 6 Analysis and College Football Week 7 Storylines With Austin Gayle of PFF and Sean Sullivan of Move The Sticks (Ep. 213)

Chase Thomas is joined by Pro Football Focus' NFL Editor Austin Gayle to talk about the disappointing Philadelphia Eagles, what Carson Wentz is struggling with, the Cowboys' hidden stars on defense, how the Carolina Panthers stack up against the New Orleans Saints, the future of Andrew Luck in Indianapolis and much more. Then, NFL Media and Move The Sticks' With Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks' podcast producer Sean Sullivan jumps on the pod to talk about the upcoming Auburn vs. Tennessee game, why nobody should sleep on Michigan at this point in the season, and the great story behind Smokey X and the history behind it all in Knoxville.

That Just Happened in College Football and Week 7 Picks and Preview With Jordan DeArmon (Ep. 212)

Chase Thomas is joined by longtime friend Jordan DeArmon to talk about Texas' big win against Oklahoma, the sad state of the Auburn offense following a loss to Mississippi State, where Notre Dame fits into the College Football Playoff conversation, the brilliance of Darrelle Henderson at Memphis along with Hawaii surviving without superstar quarterback Cole McDonald, just how historically bad UConn football is at the moment and preview the Week 7 slate of games in college football.

NFL Week 4 Analysis and College Football Storylines with Austin Gayle of PFF and Sean Sullivan of Move The Sticks (Ep. 211)

Chase Thomas is joined by PFF's Austin Gayle to talk about the state of the Denver Broncos after falling to Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs, who is the better team: Ravens or Bengals, the impressive debut of Josh Rosen in Arizona and why Amari Cooper is fine in Oakland (1:00).

Then, NFL Media's Move The Sticks' producer Sean Sullivan jumps on the pod to talk about Tennessee covering against Georgia, if Kentucky can beat Texas A&M on the road, whether or not Brian Kelly is now underrated, Clemson guys going off on the transfer of Kelly Bryant, and West Virginia's brutal path to the CFB playoff (30:00). 

That Just Happened College Football Week 5 and Week 6 Preview With Jordan DeArmon (Ep. 210)

Chase Thomas is joined by Jordan DeArmon to talk about Cole McDonald's insane day for the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors, another perfect day for Heisman frontrunner Tua Tagovailoa and Alabama, Auburn continuing to struggle on offense, Ian Book and Notre Dame, Larry Fedora's chances of keeping his job at UNC, Arizona State's insane weapons on offense, Frank Beamer getting a statue at Virginia Tech and preview the big game in Week 6 of the college football season.

Gophers, MLB, NBA and WWE With Andy Greder, Tyler Batiste, Noah Clark and Nick Stellini (Ep. 209)

Chase Thomas is joined by the Pioneer Press' Andy Greder to talk about Year 2 of PJ Fleck in Minnesota, the development of Zack Annexstad, the youth movement for the Golden Gophers, and the drive to win six games this season in the Big 10 (3:00). Then, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Tyler Batiste jumps on the pod to talk about Smackdown Live killing it, Randy Orton going back to his roots as a heel, the Miz vs. Daniel Bryan feud, and what to make of Dean Ambrose's status in The Shield (18:00). Then, Noah Clarke comes on the pod to talk about Jimmy Butler wanting to go to the Miami Heat, if there is a better option for Butler out there, Kyrie Irving wanting to stay in Boston, and Elton Brand getting the Sixers' general manager job (58:00). Lastly, The Athletic's Nick Stellini jumps on the pod to talk about the Braves winning the NL East, the match-up between the Yankees and the Athletics, their Cy Young and MVP picks, the collapse of the Phillies, and the Giants firing Bobby Evans (85:00). 

That Just Happened College Football Week 4 With Jordan DeArmon (Ep. 207)

Chase Thomas is joined by Jordan DeArmon to talk about Virginia Tech getting upset by Old Dominion, the Texas Tech and Kliff Kingsbury revival in Stillwater against Oklahoma State, what to make of Georgia surviving on the road against Missouri, the problem with Auburn's offense this season, Bobby Petrino's job status with Louisville, Trevor Lawerence being named the starter at Clemson, and preview week 5 of the college football season. 

NBA Best/Worst Offseasons, Maple Leafs Hype, and State of the Tigers With Noah Clark, Scott Wheeler of The Athletic Toronto and Emily Waldon of The Athletic Detroit (Ep. 206)

Chase Thomas is joined by The Athletic's Scott Wheeler to talk about the 2018 Toronto Maple Leafs, Kyle Dubas's vision, the impact of John Tavares, and what is going on with William Nylander (4:00). Then Chase's buddy Noah Clark comes on the pod to talk about why the Raptors and Lakers won the 2018 NBA offseason and teams like the Philadelphia 76ers, Orlando Magic and others did not (15:00). Later, The Athletic's Emily Waldon joins the podcast to talk about the rough 2018 season for the Detroit Tigers, what to make of their farm system, the job Al Avila has done thus far as GM, the excitement surrounding Daz Cameron and other MLB prospects to watch over the next couple of seasons (55:00).

Dolphins On Fire, Falcons Injury Bug, and Josh Gordon Traded to the Patriots With Travis Wingfield of Locked On Dolphins and Jason Butt of The Athletic (Ep. 205)

Chase Thomas is joined by Locked On Dolphins' Travis Wingfield to talk about Miami starting 2-0, the importance of Albert Wilson and Jakeem Grant, Adam Gase figuring it in Year 3, a healthy Ryan Tannehill, the dynamic safety duo in Minkah Fitzpatrick and Reshad Jones and if this team can win 10 games in 2018 (4:00). Then, The Athletic's Jason Butt to talk about the Atlanta Falcons' losing Andy Levitre, Deion Jones and Keanu Neal, the importance of Ricardo Allen, Duke Riley's inconsistent play, Devonta Freeman's future with the team, the Browns trading Josh Gordon to the Patriots, LeVeon Bell's contract dispute with the Steelers, and much more (34:00).

That Just Happened College Football Week 3 With Jordan DeArmon (Ep. 204)

Chase Thomas is joined by longtime friend Jordan DeArmon to talk about Notre Dame surviving Vanderbilt at home, Alabama demolishing Ole Miss on the road, how Auburn lost to LSU again, why CFB fans should be watching Cole McDonald and Hawaii, their own top-10 rankings heading into Week 4, the Jawon Pass era ending in Louisville, and preview the five biggest games in Week 4 of the college football season. 

Kyrie Irving and Jimmy Butler Rumors, Kevin Love In Cleveland, and Devin Booker's Injury With Tom Westerholm of MassLive (Ep. 203)

Chase Thomas is joined by MassLive's Tom Westerholm to talk about the latest Kyrie Irving and Jimmy Butler rumors in Boston, Kevin Love taking a leadership role in Cleveland, Devin Booker's hand injury, the Suns still not having a point guard, who has a better future between the Sixers and the Celtics and the Luka Doncic hype in Dallas. 

NFL, MLS, and MLB With Sean Wagner-McGough of CBS Sports Dylan Butler and Jon Tayler of Sports Illustrated (Ep. 202)

Chase Thomas is joined by CBS Sports' Sean Wagner-McGough to talk about the Aaron Rodgers comeback against the Bears, the Titans injury problems and Marcus Mariota, the Bucs surprising the Saints, the Lions being the least interesting team in the league and preview Week 2 of the NFL (4:00). Then, MLS writer Dylan Butler comes on the pod to talk about Atlanta United losing their manager, Real Salt Lake catching fire as of late, Clint Dempsey's retirement, and the Columbus Crew moving to Austin (75:00). Lastly, SI's Jon Tayler comes on the pod to talk about the Mets not calling up Peter Alonso, the Rockies leading the NL West, and the Phillies falling up apart down the stretch (150:00). 

That Just Happened College Football Week 2 With Jordan DeArmon (Ep. 201)

Chase Thomas is joined by Jordan Dearmon to talk about Alabama and Ohio State's early-season dominance with Haskins and Tua, what to make of Georgia blowing out South Carolina, Kentucky upsetting Florida, Iowa State looking to make it back-to-back wins versus Oklahoma, Kevin Sumlin struggling at Arizona, if Vanderbilt can win in South Bend, Will Grier vs. Ryan Finley, Kansas getting a road win, and what games they'll be watching in Week 3. 

NBA, WWE, and MLB With Jovan Buha of The Athletic, Paul Griffin of RBR Wrestling and Chris Cwik of Yahoo Sports (Ep. 200)

Chase Thomas is joined by The Athletic's Jovan Buha to talk about the Clippers matching Ty Wallace's contract with the Pelicans, potential Milos Teodosic trades, the Suns and Rockets trade that included Ryan Anderson and Marquese Chriss and Brandon Knight, and the Minnesota Timberwolves going after Luol Deng and Joakim Noah (4:00). Then, RBR Wrestling's Paul Griffin comes on the pod to talk about The Elite's ALL IN PPV, Pentagon Jr. and Felix coming to NXT, where Rey Mysterio fits on the main roster, what to make of the Braun Strowman heel turn and his new faction, and who AJ Styles should drop the WWE title to (52:00). Then, Yahoo Sports' MLB Writer Chris Cwik comes on the pod to talk about Angels' superstar Shoehei Otani needing Tommy John surgery, what Billy Eppler should do this winter, Ryan Howard officially retiring, the Padres calling up Francisco Mejía, and the Blue Jays trading Josh Donaldson to the Indians (145:00).

NFL Week 1 Extravaganza With Matt Hamilton of Good Morning Football, Sean Wagner-McGough of CBS Sports and Matt Ufford (Ep. 199)

Chase Thomas is joined by Good Morning Football's Matt Hamilton to talk about producing the NFL Network show, the Chicago Bears going all-in by trading for Khalil Mack, the Detroit Lions' questions in their pass-rush, and who is the better Super Bowl contender between the Green Bay Packers and the Minnesota Vikings (4:00). Then, CBS Sports' Sean Wagner-McGough to talk about why Rogue One is the best Star Wars movie, the LeVeon Bell holdout with the Steelers, the Jets' chances at an AFC Wild Card, and whether or not the Falcons can get back to the Super Bowl in Year of Steve Sarkisian (40:00). Lastly, NFL writer Matt Ufford comes on the pod to talk about his new gig, the Seahawks getting Earl Thomas back, the questions surrounding the 49ers, why the Cardinals could surprise and what makes the Rams so special in 2018 (70:00). 

Dan Wolken on CFB Week 1, Texas and Michigan Disappointing, and Alabama's Two Quarterbacks (Ep. 198)

Chase Thomas is joined by USA Today's Dan Wolken to talk about Auburn taking down Washington in Atlanta, Texas disappointing against Maryland to start the season again, the Alabama QB controversy with Tua Tagovailoa and Jalen Hurts, Jim Harbaugh needing a signature win at Michigan and what to expect out of Texas A&M vs. Clemson in Week 2 (4:00). 

NFL Regular Season Hype, WWE Face and Heel Drama, and Jets Preview With Jason B Hirschhorn, Chris Walder of theScore, Andy Vasquez of The Record and Michael Lombardi of The Ringer (Ep. 197)

Chase Thomas is joined by NFL writer Jason B. Hirschhorn to talk about the Saints trading for Teddy Bridgewater, the Packers locking up Aaron Rodgers long-term, the problems with the Oakland Raiders in the AFC West, why the Pittsburgh Steelers should be the favorites in the AFC, and why the Minnesota Vikings should be the favorites in the NFC (4:00). Then, theScore's Chris Walder jumps on the pod to talk about Braun Strowman's heel turn on Raw, Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair's feud, Kevin Owens quitting the WWE, and Neville getting officially released by the company (60:00). Then, The Record's Andy Vasquez jumps on the pod to talk about preseason New York Jets hype, Sam Darnold winning the QB job, the offensive coordinator change from Morton to Bates, the issues with the pass rush, and what to expect wins-wise for the Jets in 2018 (145:00). Lastly, The Ringer's Michael Lombardi comes up on the pod to talk about his career, his new book "Gridiron Genius", Bill Belichick vs. Bill Walsh, the concern with the Cowboys and Eagles, Jon Gruden in Oakland, and why the Houston Texans could be Super Bowl bound in 2018 (207:00).

College Football Preview, Early NBA Projections and Braves Postseason Run With Matt Brown of SB Nation, Neil Paine of FiveThirtyEight and Ben Ingram of 680 The Fan (Ep. 196)

Chase Thomas is joined by SB Nation's Matt Brown to talk about the state of Ohio State football, the upside of Dwayne Haskins, the hype surrounding Michigan, which teams can really contend for the College Football Playoff, and why Clemson should be the favorite (4:00). Then, FiveThirtyEight's Neil Paine jumps on the pod to talk about his early NBA projections, the numbers loving the Raptors with Kawhi Leonard, why the Timberwolves should win 50-plus games, LeVeon Bell's contract situation, and the chance that Jon Gruden will succeed in Oakland (33:00). Lastly, 680 The Fan's Ben Ingram jumps on the pod to talk about his career in broadcasting, what makes Kevin Gausman so interesting in Atlanta, Ozzie Albies' struggles, Freddie Freeman for NL MVP, and how the team is set up to compete in the MLB Playoffs (68:00).

Utah Jazz Preview, Atlanta Sports, and NBA Offseason News With Andy Larsen of the Salt Lake Tribune, Nick Cellini of 680 The Fan and Dan Favale of Bleacher Report (Ep. 195)

Chase Thomas is joined by the Salt Lake Tribune's Andy Larsen to talk about NBA analysts and writers hyping up the Jazz, the emergence of Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell, the development of Dante Exum, the depth of the bench highlighted by Jae Crowder and Alec Burks, and the end for Deron Williams and Gordon Hayward in Utah (3:00). Then, 680 The Fan's Nick Cellini joins the program to talk about "Nick & Chris" moving to a new timeslot, the Braves winning the NL East, the Hawks betting on Trae Young, and Steve Sarkisian's future with the Falcons (32:00). Then, Bleacher Report and NBA Math's Dan Favale talk about Spurs' legend Manu Ginobili retiring, the Spurs future with Coach Pop, Jimmy Butler and the Lakers, the Sixers not hiring a general manager, and the Orlando Magic going big with Mo Bamba, Aaron Gordon and Jonathan Isaac (60:00).

Rutgers Season Preview With Lance Glinn of On The Banks and Golden State Warriors Offseason Analysis With Drew Shiller (Ep. 194)

Chase Thomas is joined by On The Banks, SB Nation's Rutgers Scarlett Knights blog, writer and podcaster Lance Glinn to talk about Year 3 of the Chris Ash era, Artur Sitkowski winning the QB job, if the team can make a bowl game this year, and why they've struggled on offense over the last decade (3:00). Then, NBCS Bay Area's Drew Shiller comes on to talk about the Warriors' offseason additions of DeMarcus Cousins and Jonas Jerebko, Klay Thompson's looming free agency, how long Kevin Durant will be with the team, and who might be Golden State's biggest test in the West next season (29:00).