Greg DeVries and Daniel Hill take a look at Baylor basketball’s win over Iowa State and discuss Texas’ new up-and-coming team, SMU. Also on the podcast, how is the USA’s preparation for the World Cup coming? Which MLS teams did the hosts rank at the top of the league? Follow
In this week’s podcast, Taylor Griffin and Taylor Rexrode offer their reviews of the 2014 Sing acts from opening night. For this segment of “Trailer Trash,” the editors discuss the upcoming horror flick, “The Purge: Anarchy.”
Greg DeVries and Daniel Hill look at the ups and downs of Baylor’s basketball season, hate on the NBA All-Star festivities, and go through some NBA quick hits.
Don’t Feed the Bears is back! Greg DeVries and Daniel Hill break down the Seahawks dominant 43-8 Super Bowl victory over the Broncos. The guys also discuss the Winter Olympics and Shaun White’s failure in the men’s snowboard half pipe competition. Greg and Daniel also talk about how the NFL
In this episode of “Frankly, My Dear,” Taylor Griffin and Taylor Rexrode discuss the recently-release trailer for “The Fault in Our Stars” and debate Oscar nominations as well as potential outcomes of the award show.
In this episode of “Don’t Feed The Bears”, Greg DeVries and Daniel Hill have a college football bowl bonanza. The guys break down Baylor’s 30-10 win over Texas to claim the Big 12 crown and preview the BCS Fiesta Bowl featuring the Baylor Bears vs. University of Central Florida. The guys also talk Heisman Trophy finalists and the crazy snow this week during NFL games.
In this week’s edition of Don’t Feed the Bears, Greg DeVries and Daniel Hill recap Baylor’s win over TCU and preview the last ever game at Floyd Casey Stadium against the No. 25 Texas Longhorns. The guys also break down the BCS picture and give possible Big 12 bowl scenarios. In the NFL, the guys discuss which teams are contenders and pretenders. Also, we preview the men’s and women’s basketball games against Kentucky at AT&T Stadium.
In this week’s edition of Don’t Feed the Bears, Greg DeVries and Daniel Hill recap Baylor’s 63-34 win over Texas Tech and look ahead to the showdown in Stillwater. Can the No. 4 Bears overcome ESPN’s College GameDay and the No. 10 Oklahoma State Cowboys on the road? Baylor’s slow starts in featured matchups worry the guys, but ultimately both think the Bears will stay perfect. Do the Bears have any chance of moving into the BCS title game behind Alabama, Florida State and Ohio State? The guys also give their NFL Power Rankings one through five. Daniel thinks Russell Wilson should be the MVP of the NFL, while Greg votes in favor of the man called MegaTron. You can follow the hosts @GregDeVries3000 and @D_Hill80 on Twitter.
In the latest edition of Don’t Feed the Bears, Greg DeVries and Daniel Hill recap Baylor’s 41-12 win over Oklahoma. With Texas Tech losing three straight games, will the Bears be vulnerable to a let down game in Arlington? The guys both think the Bears will win big over the Red Raiders. With Stanford beating Oregon and with Baylor now at No. 5 in the BCS Standings, what needs to happen for the Bears to climb in the standings? The guys also break down Week 10 in the NFL and preview the Kansas City vs. Denver showdown in Week 11. Follow the show on Twitter @dftbpodcast and follow Baylor Lariat Sports on Twitter @BULariatSports. Also, follow the hosts on Twitter @GregDeVries3000 and @D_Hill80.
In the latest installment of Don’t Feed the Bears, Greg DeVries and Daniel Hill preview the gigantic gridiron showdown between No. 10 Oklahoma and No. 6 Baylor on Thursday night at Floyd Casey Stadium. Can the Bears stay perfect? How will the Bears fare in the toughest contest yet this season? Both Greg and Daniel think the Bears will win on the shoulders of Baylor’s prolific offense, although the Oklahoma offense will be a tough test for an unproven Baylor defense. The guys recap the week in NFL action and think the Patriots are the best team in the AFC. In a historic moment for DFTB, the guys talk about MLS soccer for the first time ever and discuss how the MLS Playoffs have been thrilling to watch. Follow the show on Twitter: @dftbpodcast, @bulariatsports, @GregDeVries3000 and @D_Hill80.