NetworkNewsBreaks – The JBoy Show Features Sunday Recap Week 4

October 20, 2020 11:33:06

The JBoy Show, hosted by Jake Crain and providing an in-depth look at Southeastern Conference (“SEC”) sports with an emphasis on the SEC West, recently featured another Sunday recap from JBoy. During the program, Crain took a deep dive into the future of Auburn Head Coach Gus Malzahn as well as what went wrong Saturday for the Tigers and where they go from here. Crain also breaks down the huge win for Alabama over UGA and takes a look at “out-of-whack” Mississippi State and what happened to the Vols at home. “I want to start with this number. Because when you get hired at these places, whether it be Auburn, Alabama, LSU, Georgia, you are getting paid to beat your rivals first. . . everybody knows Auburn’s rivals are Alabama and Georgia. One of the good things that Malzahn has done, is be able to beat Alabama somewhat consistently . . . Three and five isn’t sterling, but somewhat consistent, so we’ll put that in the ‘good pile.’ What other thing against anybody else can you put in the good pile? Can you put Georgia in the good pile? You’re two and seven against Georgia . . . A Hail Mary from being one and eight . . .” Crain said, discussing Auburn’s standings under the Malzahn-led football program. “That includes games in Auburn. So, two and seven vs. Georgia, three and five vs. Alabama. I’m not a mathematician, but that’s five out of twelve. You’re batting about 40%, which isn’t good enough.”

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About The JBoy Show

Hosted by Jake Crain, The JBoy Show burst on the podcast scene in April 2020, delivering an in-depth look at Southeastern Conference (“SEC”) sports with an emphasis on the SEC West. With topics ranging from recruiting and real-life athlete experiences to a multiepisode series honoring legendary Auburn football Coach Pat Dye, The JBoy Show has already been ranked as one of the top-10 sports news shows on Apple Podcasts.

Called the “realest SEC podcast around,” the show features Crain’s own thoughts and expertise as well as close, personal interviews with a wide variety of guests. Sports fans of all ages and interests will enjoy the casually informative style of the podcast, as guests become so comfortable that the interviews become candid conversations, often moving beyond the formal, professional world of sports into the realm of personal recollection.

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