The NHL will not allow its players to skate in the olympics and we think it's a terrible idea.
It's an all hockey episode on The Debatable. Jimmy Bags and Josh Peick dive into the NHL All Star Game (1:40), the second half story lines they'll be paying close attention to (9:16), & they dial up The Athletic's Scott Powers to get his opinion on the upcoming olympics and why the NHL will not allow its players to participate (26:44). Spoiler Alert: He agrees with the Debatable crew.
Jimmy Bags, Peick and Greco dive into this years MLB Hall of Fame Class. They talk about the careers of this years inductees, the players continually snubbed by a poorly designed voting system, the terrible career of Bud Selig and how to handle steroid users. This ones for the baseball die hards!
On tonights episode Jimmy Bags and Peick quickly recap the NFL championship weekend(1:30), talk college hoops with Jacksonville State University's Director of Basketball Operations, James Haring (16:16-40-:17) & cover tonights debate, "Should there be a paid alternative to college basketball?" (40:45).
Jimmy Bags and Josh Peick recap the NFL's divisional round of the playoffs and jump right into the debate of the night, "Is it wise to pay NFL quarterbacks max money." A timely debate with the final four quarterbacks in the 2017 playoffs finding themselves in the bottom half of starters in terms of the salary.
Jimmy Bags & Josh Peick dive into the NFL's wildcard weekend, they talk NFL coaching vacancies and the revolving door in the NFL, as well as who they believe to be the top quarterback in the NFL draft and wrap up with final thoughts. They also get Dan Molloy on the horn to hear his thoughts on Chiefs match-up as well as whether or not Matt Nagy is the best replacement for John Fox in Chicago.
This marks the official start to The Debatable Podcast. In the inaugural episode The Debatable's Jimmy Wingfield and Josh Peick dive into College Football Champion Previews (02:15), Week 17 in the NFL & the current NFL playoff picture (23:25), MLB hot stove talk (37:48) and their final remarks (1:03:13).