It’s raw. It’s perhaps not technically sound. But what would it be if not unexpert. WANE: Technical Difficulties is back. Spencer and I get back on the podwagon a week deep into 2015 (there’s New Year’s talk) and a week deep into conference play (SPORTS!). We begin season two.
(you can also jam it here, on Sound Cloud):
0:45– Adam explains New Years while Spencer scrapes his fork against the bowl containing his dinner, foolishly assuming nobody will hear it.
2:45– Toughest conference road trip in 2014-15?
4:00 – We discuss what is going on in Westwood, the fork scrapes continue. Talk quickly goes to Utah.
7:00 – Spencer, please stop eating.
7:30 – Where is Utah in comparison to Arizona?
9:30 – What kind of impact can we expect from the return of Jordan Loveridge?
12:15 – Spencer calls out Adam for extracurricular noise, is a complete hypocrite.
16:15 – Highly questionable supermarket analogy of the Pac-12 “amoeba”, we ride with it for the remainder of the discussion.
17:00 – Stealth Alert: Oregon Ducks
18:45 – To our listeners around the league, we are trying our best to spare you of homerisms.
20:15 – A quick English Premier League analogy to the tiers of the Pac.
23:00 – Pac-12 Anti-Heros!
23:50 – We don’t not like Jonathan Gilling
24:45 – Dictionary definition of an anti-hero, now we are actually talking anti-heroes
25:30 – We analyze the Rondae Hollis-Jefferson shimmy shake, and how it fits his anti-hero persona
26:50 – Spencer still eating.
28:40 – Anti-Hero or Villian? We discuss a few players around the Pac.
32:00 – Two wildcat fans ponder how fans around the league view TJ McConnell in this anti-hero / villain debate.
33:30 – Why we love sports
34:00 – Conclusion: TJ McConnel is not Robin Hood.
35:30 – SUBMIT YOUR ANTI-HERO NOMINEES in the comments!
36:30- Who has the most to gain this week?