The What’s The Action Podcast – National Championship Recap

Your boys attempt to come to grip with Clemson’s National Championship loss to Alabama. I went in thinking it would be depressing, but it actually ended up being kind of fun and very therapeutic. Go give it a listen, and share it with any other Clemson fans who are still trying to recover from Monday night.

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Following up our best episode yet talking about the NFL Playoffs Divisional Round, your boys attempt to come to grip with Clemson’s National Championship loss to Alabama. I went in thinking it would be depressing, but it actually ended up being kind of fun and very therapeutic. Go give it a listen, and share it with any other Clemson fans who are still trying to recover from Monday night.

And then go listen to Part 1 of the WTA Podcast – NFL Divisional Round Best Bets & New Coaching Hires…

Your boys are back for what I’ll say is easily the best episode of the What’s The Action Podcast yet. We’re moving full time to audio-only, which I hope will make it easier for a lot of you to listen.

If you like what you hear, SHARE the link with your friends. We’re looking to expand the show to a bigger audience here in 2016, so we really appreciate the help.

This episode we opened by talking Chip to San Fran, Hue Jackson to Cleveland, and Ben McAdoo looking exactly like PC Principle. And around the 14:30 mark we jump into The Action on this weekend games, a scorching hot theory on Belichick’s black eye, my strong take on Carolina-Seattle, a weird tangent about the word classy, and our blind guesses on Pittsburgh-Denver.

Follow me on Twitter @yourboyham11 and check out the blog whatstheaction.com for more strong takes on sports and pop culture.


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