NCAA Football podcast with Michelle Richardson: Students suspended for throwing garbage on Tennessee field; Letter wants bowl game format not playoffs; Rolovich asks if Bill Gates was involved in making Covid 19 vaccine; plus more

On the NCAAF podcast with Michelle,

#1 Michelle, the Bowls have written a letter asking actually arguing about on campus playoff games and saying that bowl games provide a neutral setting and that the playoffs should be presented much like the traditional bowl system. Michelle could you walk us through what this will mean for bowl games versus playoff games?

#2 Michelle, it was learned before Washington State Cougars head coach Nick Rolovich was fired had seen a Immunologist who tried to “educate” Rolovich about the benefits of taking the double vaccine shot which Rolovich ended not taking and later getting fired by WSU. Dr. Guy Palmer the Immunologist said that Rolovich asked him if Bill Gates was involved in the vaccines which Palmer told him he was not. Rolovich had a number of theories why he didn’t need the vaccine and ended up getting fired from the university.

#3 Michelle, talk about bad sportsmanship the Tennessee Vols fans threw garbage and other debris on the field at Neyland Stadium in Tennessee on Sat Oct 16 after losing to the Ole Miss Rebels 31-26. 16 students and nine fans have been banned until next spring meaning their football season is over. Fans got unruly when Vols running back Jacob Warren on 4th and 24 was ruled short for a first down and the ball was turned over to the Rebels and the garbage came raining down on the field.

Michelle’s Final Thoughts

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NCAA basketball podcast with Michelle Richardson: Kentucky continues to roll blasts Vols; Zags stay perfect dump San Diego St; plus more

Kentucky Wildcats head coach John Calipari shows his involvement against the Tennessee Vols on Sat Feb 20, 2021 in Knoxville Tenn (AP News photo)

On the NCAA basketball podcast with Michelle:

#1 No.8 Kentucky made it no contest with a 70-55 win over the No.19 Tennessee Vols. Four Kentucky players in double figures Isaiah Jackson led with 16 points and Davion Mintz followed up with 15 in the not even close contest.

#2 San Diego (3-8) didn’t have a chance they got landslided by Gonzaga (22-0) 106-69. The Zags Drew Timme led with 21 points and Jalen Suggs with 17.  Gonzaga remains undefeated.

#3 Michigan (16-1) and Ohio State (18-5), 92-87 Wolverines win it, Michigan high scorers Hunter Dickinson 22 and Eli Brooks 17 and Chaundee Brown had 15.

Michelle’s Final Thoughts

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NCAAF podcast with Michelle Richardson: Boise State the pride of the MW with 30-19 win; Badgers’ first half clobbers Wolverines; plus more

photo from idahostatesman.com: Boise State’s defense holds Air Force on a fourth-and-1 play in the fourth quarter Friday, Sept. 20, 2019, at Albertsons Stadium in Boise. Defensive linemen Sonatane Lui and David Moa were credited with the stop.

On the NCAAF podcast with Michelle:

#1 Boise State left little doubt in their game against Air Force 30-19, Boise State quarterback Hank Backmeier threw for 263 yards and two touchdowns for the win. Boise State improved their perfect record to 4-0.

#2 The Wisconsin Badgers #13 defeated the Michigan Wolverines #11 35-14. It was the Badgers who wasted no time jumping way ahead of Michigan 28-0 in the first half. The Badgers quarterback Jack Coan threw for 128 yards, while running back Jonathan Taylor scored twice and ran 203 yards.

#3 The Florida Gators (3-0) just ran all day over the Tennessee Vols (1-2) all day 34-3. The game wasn’t even close and Gators quarterback Kyle Trask threw for 298 and two touchdowns. The Gators are going places.

Michelle does the NCAAF podcast each Sunday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

March Madness NCAAB podcast with Michelle Richardson: Top schools Virginia and NC; plus Tenn, Kentucky, and Duke

Photo credit: @UVAMensHoops

On the March Madness NCAAB podcast with Michelle:

#1 Michelle, talk about some the top ranked schools in March Madness, Virginia and North Carolina.

#2 Talk about the Tennessee Vols (5), Kentucky Wildcats (6), and Duke Blue Devils (10).

#3 The Washington State Cougars (11-20) finished up their season with Oregon State Beavers (18-12) they’ve lost four in a row. What is the best thing they can expect out of the Pac-12 Tournament?

Michelle’s Final Thoughts

Michelle does the NCAAB podcast each Sunday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

NCAAB podcast with Michelle Richardson: It’s only two losses, no need for Zags to panic, have lost two straight; Michigan rolls to 11-0; plus Stanford volleyball and Michelle’s Final Thoughts

yahoosports.com file photo: Tar Heels surround Gonzaga as the Zags are on a two game skid after going 9-0

On the NCAAB podcast with Michelle Richardson:

#1 After back-to-back losses to Tennessee (8-1) and North Carolina (8-2), where does this leave Gonzaga (9-2)?

#2 Michigan now 11-0 after their latest victory over Western Michigan (5-5) 70-62.

#3 Stanford Women’s Volleyball are on a roll and they won eight consecutive matches. Michelle lays down the reason why they’ve had so much success.

#4 Michelle’s Final Thoughts

The NCAAB podcast is heard each Sunday with your host Michelle Richardson at http://www.sportsradioservice.com