An Liathroid Oir, the GAA's version of the Ballon D'Or announced it's inaugural winners today, Brian Fenton in football and Seamus Callanan in hurling. Both join the podcast to discuss their victory and their incredible seasons. We also break down how the voting went among the inter county captains and managers as well as the GAA journalists from every county who were polled.
Thanksgiving is here which also means enjoyable Thursday football at a reasonable hour. We talk to Cian Fahey about his new found superstardom and discuss the Kirk Cousins hype train, the Jared Goff tragedy, and trust issues with the Oakland Raiders, as well as lots more. And we're on the back of a rare successful week of picks by Mick and Donny. Listen to it all come apart for a very tricky Week 12.
Tony Romo has handed over the baton to Dak Prescott and we feel a bit better about the NFL, if not the world. We talk about the Packers just being plain bad, and discuss the Gronk/Earl Thomas punctured lung love-in. Also, fantasy talk and some more picks for Week 11..
The great T.O. joins us on this week's show to talk about receivers' celebrations and the No Fun League. Also, we react with shock to President Trump, Brady/Belichick political activism and Cian Fahey gives us his playoff teams after half a season.
Mick and Donny are joined by Cian Fahey to talk about the return of good games, the Raiders record penalty haul and the shock trade of Jamie Collins. The lads also discuss Mick's trip to Wembley and talk about sectarian whiskey.