On Tonight's show, Greg, Laura, Rohan, and Kyle discuss the opening of training camp, the inevitable injuries, the future of Ben Ijalana, our thoughts on Andrew Luck, future Hall of Famer, as well as our general camp observations.
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The show will run from 10pm – 12amISH ET.
10:00pm – 11:00pm: ALMOST REAL FOOTBALL IS BACK! We'll discuss the first week of camp. Topics: Edds and Ijalana out for the year, where does "The Bigger Ben" go from here? Andrew Luck looks amazing in camp, Peyton who? Our general Training Camp thoughts and observations.
11:00pm - ??:??: Listener Calls
We'll take listener calls on all COLTS-RELATED topics. =)
@GregC we are afraid of your creepy voice
@chewie_33 fair point
Tonight we had a real football show. Seriously. There was no funny business, no Connery impressions, no arguments with fans. It was really about football.
Tune in next Thursday for the new, new edition of the new Colts Authority Radio.
@coltsauth_todd I promise when I'm less busy and not trying to multitask and pack for multiple trips simultaneously, I'll call in and derail the show.
@coltsauth_todd I'm so glad football is starting again.
@Kyle Rodriguez The offseason really is the worst.
Jim Irsay firmly believes there's a chance this team can make the playoff this year and from the sound of it, he almost demands they make it in year 2.
@coltsauth_todd or he heard Greg saying that we are going 9-7
@chewie_33 I'm guessing somewhere between 3 and 6. 7 is a stretch. Any more would stun me...happily mind you.
@coltsauth_todd next year I could see it. This year is insane.
UNLIKE THAT CONTROL FREAK JERK PEYTON MANNING WHO SELFISHLY EXPECTS PERFECTION FROM HIMSELF AND NEVER GIVES ONE TO THE POOR 99%ER SECONDARY
@flores_salicis sweet. that'd be awesome.
Ballard is intriguing but the most critical skill he needs to become a starter is blocking. That's a tough skill for any rookie RB to pickup quickly.
Well, according to Greg, his job on ST will be singing to distract the opposing teams to even out the sad ST talent gap between us and just about every other team in the NFL.