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The Huge Show - January 14th - Full Show

THE HUGE SHOW

2h 15min
Explicit
123.6 MB
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To start the show, Huge is at the Delta Plex in wonderful Grand Rapids Michigan where Maple Hill's Huge Golf liquidation sale today at 10-7pm and 9am - 4pm tomorrow. Huge has a coversation with Bill Hobson, from Michigan Golf Live, touching on Michigan golf culture and how it is different in Michigan, point include how Michigan residents will drive all over the state just to have a chance to try out the wonderful courses throughout. Huge then talks with Maple Hill's Andy Kitchen about the prices and brands they have featured on the sale, from odyssey putters to Callaway range finders. Following that Huge has a talk with Chris Balas from the Wolverine.com. They talk about new rivalries, Michigan chances for the rest of the season and how U of M can play better defense. The pros and cons of the team currently and how they have lost important players from the previous season. The hour starts with a conversation with Lomas Brown, touching on subjects such as the problems with The Lions, coaching futures, good parts from this past season, and where improvements they can make in the off season. Following that Huge talks to New York Times best selling Author of Let Them Lead, John U. Bacon, they cover topics about U of M football, Harbaugh's future, and whether he will return to the NFL or stay with Michigan football for the foreseeable future. In our final hour we wanted to talk about the NFL Playoffs as we were joined by Frank Schwab from Yahoo Sports. He and Huge went through all of the matchups and break everything down. We were then joined Lee Sterling so he could give us all of his picks for the weekend's games. 

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