The 2018 NCAA tournament is upon us and we do we have some content for you.
To start with, you can listen to the Guys talk the NCAA tournament on Blogtalkradio.com right here.
We’ve also got the GOTR Podcast bracket challenge on ESPN. You can join that here. There may (or may not) be a prize for the winner.
Stay tuned throughout the week ahead for even more.
Also of note, there is a GOTR Podcast fantasy baseball league that you can join as well. If you’d like information on that, connect with us on facebook, twitter or email us firstname.lastname@example.org
I will be going live on twitch at 8 p.m. EST tonight to simulate the Super Bowl.
Follow along at twitch.tv/gotrpodcast
The last seven days for Vince McMahon and WWE has been nothing short of phenomenal. From the 25th Anniversary of Raw and XFL announcement to an incredible pair of night’s with NXT and the Royal Rumble in Philadelphia to even the lows of Enzo Amore’s rape allegations. It’s been a historic week for McMahon and the WWE.
Let’s start off with a review of one of my favorite events of the year, the Royal Rumble.
The WWE title match kicked off the main card with AJ Styles defending in a handicapped match against Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn. The three did a great job telling the story of Styles’ uphill battle throughout.
The finish set the stage for this story to continue in some fashion after AJ Styles pinned Kevin Owens despite Sami Zayn being the legal man.
Continue reading Historic week for McMahon and WWE
Starting Monday, January 29th, Guys of the Roundtable will enter Super Bowl week.
What can you expect?
A podcast each day. Keep an eye on our blogtalkradio page for times each day.
Blog posts daily from our network of writers.
The catch? Every day there will be some form of Super Bowl content. It could be as simple as a prediction. It could also be party menu ideas, favorite commercials, Super Bowl memories, scouting reports or many other countless directions.
If you’d like to contribute anything simply email us at email@example.com
Stay tuned for more!!!
NOTE: I guess I forgot to include Pokemon Go as a reason, too. That came BEFORE my nephew showed me the Evolutions cards.
About a year and a half ago I got hooked back into collecting Pokemon cards when they released the Evolutions set. My nephew had some packs and opened them up and I saw they looked just like the original cards that I enjoyed 20+ years ago in my early teens.
I was immediately interested. Nostalgia is a funny thing. The way it takes you back in time to your childhood.
Not long after starting to collect again, my wife and I decided to go back and find our old cards. We were thrilled to find we still had the original base set Charizard, Blastoise and Venusuar. We also had a handful of others as well, but those were the “Holy Grail” of collectors 20-years ago.
Continue reading Pokemon TCG: How I got back into collecting
With the College Football Playoff Championship game tonight between Alabama and Georgia, let’s take a look back at the top 10 games in 2017.
For consistency, this will include games contested prior to the bowl season and will not include any, despite the difficulty in leaving the semifinal between Georgia and Oklahoma out of it.
Without further ado, the top 10 college football games of 2017.
10. UCF 62, Memphis 55. There was a lot on the line for UCF in the AAC Championship game. They had beaten Memphis earlier in the season and with an undefeated season and New Year’s Six bowl on the line, the Knights won a double overtime contest against the Tigers.
McKenzie Milton threw for 494 yards and five touchdowns and ran for another one as UCF finished the season 12-0 before heading to the Sugar Bowl to face Auburn.
MORE: Listen to GOTR Podcast, Tuesday, Jan. 9 at 1 p.m. EST. College football awards show.
Continue reading Top 10 College Football Games of 2017
The founders of Guys of the Roundtable, Vlad and Andy are looking for help to take this to the next level.
Are you passionate about sports? Politics? Fitness? Dieting? Video games? Even if I didn’t list your passion, we still want you.
We want you to share your knowledge and share that passion with the world!
You too can join us on this journey!
Here is what we are looking for: Writers, Podcasters, YouTubers and fans, etc.
For writers and podcasters, we can discuss topics you will take ownership of.
For fans, find us on Facebook. When you do, like us, then share a post, comment on a post. We want to hear from you all!
For those interested in contributing, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get you set up.
Vlad and Andy will be live at blogtalkradio.com on Friday (10/27) at 10 p.m. est to talk about our exciting changes! Tune in!
The Guys of the Roundtable podcast is in the process of an overhaul to include more than just us talking.
We are going to add written elements, among other things. You can expect short audio clips, youtube videos, perhaps even some video game streams.
We will explain this and MUCH more on Friday (10/27) at 10 p.m. EST as we dive into these changes and take YOUR calls.
Tune in here at 10 p.m. EST on Friday.
Two years and two months ago, a conversation between myself and Vlad took an interesting turn as we both talked about how we wanted to start a podcast but didn’t want to do one solo. Then, the idea struck me. ‘What if we do one together?’ So I asked him his thoughts and he was more than open to the idea. The next step was actually doing it.
About eight or nine years ago I would run a small show off blogtalkradio with some friends for a baseball mogul league and I remembered it was easy to use, I could go on as the host and Vlad could call in and we could do the podcast with me in Lebanon, PA and he in Morgantown, WV.
Continue reading Guys of the Roundtable: What we are all about