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Pick and Pod: February 7th - Tommy Beer talks Carmelo, Mike Woodson, All-Star Weekend

by Kenny Ducey, Matt Rosenfeld, Kevin Kelly

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Kenny Ducey, Matt Rosenfeld, and Kevin Kelly chat about the struggles of the Cavaliers, the firing of their GM & All-Star Weekend. Tommy Beer (@TommyBeer) of Basketball Insiders calls in to discuss the job security of Mike Woodson, whether he sees Carmelo Anthony being traded, and how he would add some excitment to All-Star Saturday.

Olympic Hockey Breakdown: Group A

by Anthony Pucik

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The Olympics are finally here, which means that it’s time for Olympic hockey. In this four article series, Anthony Pucik breaks down each Group in the tournament, as well as predicts the eventual winner. First up, team USA, team Russia and Group A.

One on One's NFL Friday

by Kelly Kultys

Mack & Nolan review the blowout 43-8 Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl victory. The guys break down Peyton Manning's play and legacy. They also praise the Seattle defense, while questioning some of the postgame reactions by the Seahawks players. 

To listen to the entire show, click the link below. 

Pete Carroll and John Fox Address the Media

by Kris Venezia
Pete Carroll.

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By: Kristian O'Hara

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll and Denver Broncos head coach John Fox addressed the media on Friday morning as part of a joint press conference in Manhattan.

Carroll said, “We’re really proud to be here, representing our football team and all the people that made this happen.”  The 12th Man fans in Seattle are delighted to hear those words from Coach Carroll, but they all know one more football game needs to be won before they can really celebrate.

Giant Great Previews the Game

by Kelly Kultys

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Legendary Giants center Shaun O'Hara may not be participating in this year's Super Bowl, but he's still enjoying spending the week in New York. O'Hara, a Super Bowl champion himself with the New York Giants, gave his inside look into what the week is like for a player. 

O'Hara retired after the 2010 Super Bowl, but he still has his passion for the game. WFUV Sports' Nick Logerfo caught up with the center at Media Day earlier this week. 

To listen to the interview, click the link below.