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June 11, 2021 107 min
Join host Harry Broadhurst, Erik Watkins, and Keneddi Eddings as they present their unique look at the worlds of college and professional football, mixing a blend of statistical knowledge with razor-sharp wit.

Erik takes the reins once again, as he guides the trio (Jason choosing to be on assignment) through a busy offseason newsdesk.

Starting with the blockbuster trade of Julio Jones and what it means for both Atlanta and Tennessee, to a new potential destination for Deshaun Watson despite his current legal situation. There is finally time for an NFL QB...but for once it's not Patrick Mahomes!

The group also wonders if there's such a thing as too much of a good thing with early reports on a timeline of an 18-game schedule in the NFL and at least one new (old) league coming to town with the revival of the USFL and talks between the XFL and the CFL.

In the college world, manifest destiny is the theme. There are changes in freedom of movement out west, and the College Football Playoff could have an expansion plan, and Harry and Erik figure out what that would potentially mean for the season as a whole.

Finally, a little madness and a little sadness, as Harry gets on his soapbox to discuss the Britt Reid plea and the Isi Etute murder case, and a tribute to the late Jim Fassel with a discussion about his career legacy.

All that and much more when you check out season four, episode thirty-nine of The Kickoff, a presentation of the W2MNetwork (online at w2mnet.com).

The Isi Etute story can be found at https://bleacherreport.com/articles/10005348-virginia-tech-lb-isi-etute-told-police-alleged-murder-stemmed-from-catfish-scheme.

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