Posts Tagged ‘Mike Singletary’

Al Davis does it again! No, not scare women and children (although we’re sure that happened on Wednesday too). We’re talking about his verbal shlacking of former head coach Tom Cable in the process of naming his next victim, we mean, head coach, Hue Jackson. Good luck next year, Huey! Needless to say, Kate and Nick are talking Raiders football, along with the latest moves by Jim Harbaugh’s Niners. Then it’s a preview of the NFL’s Final Four, an NCAA basketball wrap, a Warriors and Sharks update, and a quick off-season check-in with the 2010 World Series champion San Francisco Giants! Are you ready to rock?

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Well how ’bout the NFC West, huh? Talk about a tough division! (cue laughs) Awfulness aside, despite Thursday nights shlacking at the hands of the Chargers, the Niners are somehow, some way STILL alive, and Kate and Nick are all over it. The duo also talks baseball – the A’s offseason moves and the Giants disgruntled infielder – Sharks hockey and Warriors basketball. Then it’s spandex time: the Cal Women’s Volleyball team has a shot at an NCAA Championship for the first time in program history, while the De La Salle Spartans are lookin’ for more glory for Concord, California. Wrapping up the show: a Raiders preview and an update on the America’s Cup yatching drama. That’s right, we said yatching drama. That’s all ahead on today’s That’s What She Said!

Alex Smith is BACK! Or HERE! Or something. Regardless of what Niners’ QB shows up on Thursday, Kate and Nick are giddy because their San Francisco 49ers are somehow still in the playoff hunt. No, seriously. In addition to the resurgence of the Smith named Alex, the duo chats about the Raiders heart breaker in Jacksonville, Cam Newton winning the Heisman, the Metrodome imploding, and Mike Vick continuing to dazzle. Then it’s a quick NCAA basketball roundup, followed by a Warriors/Sharks update, and some holiday shout-outs to the Cal Women’s Volleyball team and the De La Salle football squad. But enough about spandex, That’s What She Said is now live!

It’s that time again and Kate and Nick are psyched for a weekend of great football! In addition to previewing Sunday’s Niner and Raider games, the duo talks Cam Newton, Peyton Manning, the ongoing NFL negotiations, baseball’s winter meetings, the Sharks big mid-week win, the Warriors slim chances of beating Lebron, and – wait for it! – their WWF childhood memories. (Insert nostalgic sigh here) So, what are you waiting for? Stop reading this crap! That’s What She Said is live!

TGIF, everybody! Kate Scott and Nick Winkler roll through the headlines: Lebron, the USA’s World Cup diss, the Giants moves and Thursday night football. Then it’s Warriors and Sharks talk, followed by a preview of Sunday’s Niners and Raiders games. Did we mention the World Series of yatching might actually be coming to San Francisco!?! We know, we’re over the moon about it too. And by over the moon, we mean we’re kinda sorta starting to care. Enough rambling, let’s get talkin! That’s What She Said is live!

Welcome back from the holiday! You get enough to eat? Kate Scott & Nick Winkler sure did and they’re talking baseball: The Giants get paid while Juan Uribe looks to leave town. Then it’s Stanford’s success, Cal’s heartbreaking loss, and a BCS breakdown. The Raiders may have lost on Sunday, but the Vikes, Bills, and Cortland Finnegan sure made for good gossip. Scotty & The Wink then preview the Monday Night NFC West showdown between the Niners and the Cardinals, getcha up to date on the Sharks and Warriors, and even talk a little NCAA round ball. That’s all ahead on today’s edition of That’s What She Said!

Well, that was a shitty weekend. Kate & Nick talk the Childress firing, Votto’s MVP, and Jimmy Johnson’s 5th straight title. Then it’s a recap of the Bay Area weekend that wasn’t, unless of course, you’re a fan of the Stanford Cardinal. Bears, Raiders, Niners, Sharks, and Warriors … we’re talking to YOU! Seriously though, with the way you’re playing, you might want to give this ‘cast a listen.