John, John and Craig try and figure out why the San Diego sports scene seems to depressed, talk about the loss of a beloved pet, and break down the spat between Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.
John, John, and Craig get together and talk about what's wrong with USA Soccer after the U.S. Men's National Team failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup. Later, the guys talk about where "Fake News" came from and if there's any way back.
Craig and John G. get together and wait for John B. to show up. In the interim, the guys tackle priorities, a big Saturday for San Diego sports, the #TakeAKnee movement, and Mark Davis becoming a good professional sports owner.
John G. and Craig explore the rumors swirling about the NFL owners potentially enticing the Spanos family to move the Chargers back to San Diego, talk about the positivity surrounding SDSU Aztecs football, and follow-up on the story about the Padres adding more protective netting at Petco Park.
The Casual Friday crew is back together to discuss San Diego's (lost?) love of the NFL, the Rams and Chargers fighting over the market, and how media has changed since teams started building their own media departments.
The Casual Friday crew tries (unsuccessfully) to keep politics out of it before talking about irresponsible dog owners, Los Angeles' sports scene vs. San Diego's, segregation in media coverage (and how it relates to Colin Kaepernick), and more.
John Gennaro talks about enjoying the "Thanks for the Memories" event at Del Mar celebrating the former San Diego Chargers players, the SoccerCity project in Mission Valley coming back to life, and all of the exciting basketball that is currently going under the radar.
John Gennaro talks about how San Diego Padres Manager Andy Green comes out looking terrible after his confrontation with Los Angeles Dodgers Dave Roberts, as well as how the NBA's free agency period has turned into trading season and why that's good news for the future of the league.
John Gennaro opens with the story of Chris Paul leaving the Los Angeles Clippers with bitter feelings about Doc Rivers and Austin Rivers, compares Wil Myers and Nationals SS Trea Turner, and goes over some of the recent mistakes made by the San Diego Padres' front office.
John Gennaro talks about Anthony Rizzo's "cheap shot" (and why he doesn't think it was all that bad) on Austin Hedges, tries to keep up with the rumors flying around the NBA before the Draft, and explains why it's too early to believe in the Chargers.
The Casual Friday crew talks about how the internet has changed society for the worse, how that affects the decisions of parents and future parents, and what can be done to try and turn things back around.
John Gennaro tackles SoccerCity's probably death at the hands of San Diego politics, why Kevin Durant has surpassed LeBron James as the best player in the NBA, and the hope of the San Diego Padres' first round draft pick.
John Gennaro tackles the confusing situation following a City Council budget vote on Monday evening, Nick Hardwick's new/old employer (the Los Angeles Chargers), and what the Chargers leaving San Diego has done to small talk in the city.