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WEEI's Scott McLaughlin and Ryan Lambert from College Hockey News and Yahoo! Sports preview Friday's Hockey East semifinals and debate some postseason awards.
The AFC is looking stronger than the NFC this year. The Pats, Colts and Broncos figure to win their respective divisions. Lou, Christian and Tim opened the show with a discussion about which of those 3 QB's figures to win a Super Bowl next.
to be blood and guts everywhere’ when he comes back to play.) In addition, the Panthers saw veteran left tackle Jordan Gross retire and offensive tackle Anthony Collins opt to sign with the Bucs. Look for Carolina to try and add at wide receiver and offensive
Cyrus Kouandijo, OT, Alabama – Lots of different ways for Carolina to go with this pick. The Panthers lost tackle Jordan Gross to retirement, might lose wide receiver Steve Smith in free agency and could also stand to add some depth to an occasionally shaky
him on a staged police chase while in disguise. Panthers lineman Ryan Kalil (in beard) and some friends interrupt Jordan Gross ‘ retirement press conference with a barbershop quartet version of “Happy Trails.” TRIVIA ANSWER: Hall of Famer Tom
contract puts him just below the top-paid left tackles in the NFL, and puts him in a similar class to Panthers tackle Jordan Gross and Jets tackle D’Brickashaw Ferguson . The Texans now have locked up the key pieces to their offense, including
going to be cool playing baseball and earning a paycheck doing it.” Vogt throws in the low-90s. 40th round: Jordan Gross , LHP, Don Bosco Prep HS (NJ) Gross is a 6-foot-2 lefty whose fastball has registered in the low-90s. He has a commitment to Tulane that