Comcast Morning Show Live Blog (11/26/09)

November 25, 2009 |

9:43-

Todd Bozeman, coach of the Morgan State Bears is next up. His team upset Arkansas last night. The bears defeated the Terps at the ComcastCenter last season. Bozeman looks forward to his team’s game against Coppin State, who handled UMBC.

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9:34-

Rick calls in to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving. However, he talks about how since the Baltimore teams are currently struggling it is not completely happy in Reisterstown.

9:28-

Washington Capitals center Jay Beagle is the next guest. He talks about the team will not be satisfied if it is not the best in the East. Beagle also mentions his first NHL goal and how the team has framed the puck.

9:24-

A caller talks about how the Orioles should dump up the payroll due to the revenue added from MASN. He also mentions the death of Abe Pollin.

9:07-

Old Man Mattison calls in to talk about the outstanding performance of his defense against the Colts. He also mentions how he has prepared for Terry Bradshaw this weekend.

9:00-

Another caller discusses the Orioles’ free agent plans. He disagrees with Drew about going after a quality 3rd baseman. Drew does not think the team should not go after a player just because there are top prospects in the minors.

8:53-

Drew informs a distraught caller that Frank Walker will see significantly more playing time due to Fabian Washington’s injury. The same caller calls the game a must win for both teams Sunday night.

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8:35-

Brian Billick joins us now. He will be in New Jersey for the Jets-Panthers game. He talks about how Rex Ryan has dealt with the pressure of coaching a New York team. He explains that rookie Mark Sanchez’s struggles should be expected. Brian next moves on to the bad weekend for AFC North teams. The type of loss that the Bengals and the Steelers suffered this past week can be very significant in the playoff race. In regards to the Ravens’ playoff hopes, Brian states the team must split the games with the Steelers and win the rest. Brian also discusses Ed Reed’s lateral at the end of the game. He explains that when he was coach the team actually practiced pitching the ball on defense after turnovers.
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