Fox Sports Wheeling Chalk Talk Podcast

Fox Sports Wheeling Chalk Talk Podcast

Covering all sports in the Ohio Valley. From high school to the pros we cover them all.

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May 12, 2022 58 min
The question Mrs. Puff poses to Spongebob is the question Corey has for the Pens. He and Chris discuss what it'll take to finish the Rangers, with or without Sidney Crosby. Also, how the Nailers can pull off an epic comeback, how the Pirates can generate some positive momentum, and more.
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You thought we would go with a Pickett pun in the title. Don't lie! Either way, Corey and Chris break down the Steelers draft picks, and the overall draft grade they would've given. Also, the triple OT thriller for the Pens, the big key to success for the Nailers in the next round of the playoffs, what needs done with the transfer portal after the Jordan Addison situation, and so much more!
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April 28, 2022 74 min
After quick assesments of the first month of Pirates baseball, the recent rough stretch for the Pens, and the Nailers playoff run thus far, Corey and Chris get into predictions for Round 1 of the 2022 NFL Draft. Who goes #1? Who will the Steelers take? Will anymore trades take place? Only one way to find out: hit play!
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April 14, 2022 59 min
Before Corey and Chris take time off to prepare for their NFL Draft show, they recap the first week of MLB action. Also, they talk about tragic death of Dwayne Haskins, the recent slump for the Pens, and the playoff return for the Nailers. To close the show, they play a couple rounds of Wordle's football spinoff.
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April 7, 2022 74 min
Between The Masters teeing off and Opening Day in MLB, the title is so true. Corey and Chris give their predictions on the Pirates and who wins it all come October. Also, a Final Four recap, an assessment of the Pens' Stanley Cup chances, and much more!
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Corey flies solo, and gives you his thoughts on the Final Four, the new overtime rule in the NFL, the tough stretch coming for the Pens, and more.
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There's a lot to vent about after the first weekend of the Big Dance. After airing their greivances, Corey and Chris talk about more crazy trades in the NFL, the NHL trade deadline, and why Bob Nutting was trending on Twitter.
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March 17, 2022 71 min
The first half of this episode is a recap of the MLB agreement, who went where in NFL free agency, and anything else Corey and Chris could cram into a recap of the week. After that, it's all about predictions for The Big Dance. Who do they have cutting doen the nets in New Orleans? Only one way to find out!
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After a bit of a hiatus, Corey and Chris return to recap the Mountain East Conference Tournamnet this past weekend. After that, they discuss the recent rash of fights in college basketball, the lockout drama in MLB, the topsy turvy events from the NFL on Tuesday, and much more. A lot of ground covered to make up for the time off, so enjoy!
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February 17, 2022 49 min
Corey and Chris recap The Big Game, talk Sidney Crosby's 500th goal, discuss the vibe around the Winter Olympics, and more this week!
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February 10, 2022 49 min
Aside from their picks for the Big Game, Corey and Chris discuss what went down on the ice in Boston Tuesday, and why a 6 game suspension isn't enough for Brad Marchand. Plus, if the Rooney Rule can be fixed, who truly is the best team in college basketball, and more!
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January 27, 2022 55 min
After addressing Ben Roethlisberger's retirement, Corey and Chris delve into the madness of the NFL playoff action this past weekend, where the Year of the Underdog continued. Also, things get heated for the Nailers against Iowa, baseball's conundrum with who gets into the Hall of Fame, and more on this week's episode!
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January 20, 2022 51 min
After some hiccups to start 2022, Corey and Chris are back with the first episode of the new year. They recap the Wild Card action from the NFL, and put a bow on the Steelers season. Plus, a discussion on the transfer portal in college football that wasn't planned, but we're happy it happened! All that and more this week, so enjoy!
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COVID is causing havoc again, so that's what Corey and Chris lead off with for their final episode of 2021. After that, they discuss why all may not be lost for the Steelers yet, why the Pens have been hot lately, what it'll take for WVU to finally be ranked in college basketball, and what their top 5 favorite Christmas songs are. Lots to get to to close the year, so enjoy this show and thanks for the support!
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December 9, 2021 79 min
Chris returns this week for lots of football and hockey talk. However, he gives his assessment of the Penguins being sold, and provides a plan for how to liven things up at PPG, which includes the idea of calling Corey up to the crowd emcee spot for the Pens. Does Corey agree though? You'll find out about that, and so much more, this week.
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After struggles from the Steelers and questionable moves by the Pirates, the title is what Corey is feeling. He vents on both, plus recaps the last high school football action for local teams, and tells you why he's going to enjoy this weekend of college football coming up!
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November 18, 2021 78 min
The title is what a lot of Steelers fans are saying after Sunday's game. After Corey vents about the game, he and Chris recap the high school football playoff action for Valley teams, give out NFL midseason awards, and discuss the state of the NHL after all the off-ice issues. At the end, they power rank their favorite Thanksgiving foods ahead of the big feast. They're taking next week off, so there's a lot to take i...
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November 11, 2021 55 min
As the title implies, the field for local teams in the high school football playoffs has gotten smaller. Corey and Chris fill you in on the teams that made the postseason in West Virginia, and discuss the chances teams in Ohio have to move on. Plus, the Steelers keep streaking, the Browns look better, the College Football Playoff committee looks puzzling, and more this week!
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November 4, 2021 78 min
Corey and Chris break down all that happened with the high school football playoffs in Ohio, while previewing the final week of WV's regular season. Also, what should be next for OBJ, thoughts on the first College Football Playoff rankings, and more!
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High school football playoff matchups are set in Ohio, and Corey and Chris will run down all the matchups for local teams in the postseason. There's still a lot to sort out in West Virginia, but the guys will break down the playoff chances for local Mountain State teams in contention. Plus, Baker Mayfield's health conundrum, Mike Tomlin's blunt comments on the USC rumors, Pitt's chances to make the College Footbal...
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