In episode 301 of Sports Bliss with Rob and Kris, Rob and Kristie start the episode with NFL Talk. They talk about the Bucs, Jags, and Dolphins. They preview and give their predictions. Kristie also brings up some Antonio Brown news about Tom Brady. Rob also discusses the percentages that the Bucs can make the playoffs or win their division. They also debate who is more likely to make the playoffs, Tom Brady’s Bucs or Aaron Rodgers’ Packers?
Then Rob gives Kristie an update on the early results from the Orlando Magic. They predict when or if the Magic will actually win a game. Rob gives some updates on injuries with the team and points out at least one bright spot this season.
Next, Rob and Kristie jump into the college football world. They discuss the upcoming matchup between the Florida Gators and the Georgia Bulldogs. They debate if the game will continue in Jacksonville or move locations? They also give their prediction off the game. Then they preview the Georgia Tech and FSU matchup. They debate if FSU can bounce back or will they continue on their losing streak? They also preview the Miami Hurricanes and Virginia Cavaliers. The last game they preview in the sunshine state is Cincinnati versus the UCF Knights. Kristie asks which John Rhys Plumlee will show up? Rob also shares some of the history of the series and they give their pick for this game. The last game they preview is Ole Miss versus Texas A&M. Rob and Kristie debate if Jimbo Fischer’s team can get three more wins to become bowl eligible? Rob also brings up the troubling news that 4 Aggie freshman were suspended this week and Rob asks if Jimbo is losing his team? Rob also brings up a story about Bryan Harsin and his take on redshirting and the transfer portal.
As always Rob and Kristie end the episode with trivia and a would you rather.
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