We start things off today with a small post-game for the Thursday Night Football game between the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers (3:15-13:00). We talk about the game, the keys to Seattle’s win and to San Francisco’s loss. We also wonder if the Seahawks are back? Or if this was just a case of them playing a bad team. There’s also a lot to think about with Collin Kapernick for the 49ers as well.
After that, we move onto our NFL Week 7 Preview (13:00-73:15 or 13 mins to 1 hour and 13 mins,) where we discuss every single game that is happening on Sunday and the Monday night game too. This is pretty much the best part of our show, so you don’t want to miss the NFL Week 7 Preview.
Not only do we make game predictions, but we ask a question about every team, play games such as Fact or Fiction, Over/Under, have Fantasy Football questions and more.
Sean, Gary, and Randy make some College Football Week 8 picks (73:15-78:45 or 1 hour and 13 mins- 1 hour and 18 mins) and then the show ends with “what to watch for this weekend. (78:45-End or 1 hour and 18 mins -End)
This is an all encompassing sports podcast that discusses mainly NFL Football and College Football, but it does focus sometimes on things like North American & International soccer, and other major sports such as NBA Basketball, MLB Baseball, and NHL Hockey as well. Football 2 Futbol airs live on early Tuesday Mornings and early Friday mornings and is available immediately afterwards on-demand via these platforms: I-Tunes, Stitcher, the LAST WORD RADIO I-Tunes and Stitcher, Tune-In Radio, Spreaker.com, Youtube (Via W2M Network), Podbean.com, Satchel Media Player, VOC Nation Radio Network, Downcast, Player FM, and Blubrry. Follow the guys on twitter @football2futbol
Sean Garmer: is a mix of Arkansas, Venezuela, and Texas all rolled into one. He studied Journalism at the University of North Texas and hopes to one day be able to return to finish his degree. Having been born in Arkansas, his favorite college team is the Arkansas Razorbacks, but all of his professional loves come from the DFW area, where he spent 20 years of his life. Sean’s first love is soccer, which began from having an entire latino side of the family that watched the sport. It then grew into him playing soccer all the way into high school and college. He was also able to do color commentary for the University of North Texas Women’s soccer team as well. He then transitioned that into several writing gigs on various websites, including being paid to cover every game in several World Cups. Sean is an avid FC Dallas supporter and has grown to love MLS above all other soccer leagues. His second sport is a tie between American Football and Basketball. Where Sean is a diehard Cowboys and Mavericks fan respectively, but also tries to keep up with other sports as much as he can.
Gary Vaughan: is a native of North Texas. He is also a graduate of the University of North Texas with aspirations of a higher level of education. Like a majority of Texans, football is his sports passion. Ironically, his passion for the game sparked from his love of Madden 98. From that point on he has poured hours into studying NFL history and game film. Gary is a student of the game and is a die hard Dallas Cowboys fan. His second sport is hockey, followed up by the rest of the American sports scene.
Randy Isbelle: is a New York American sports fan stuck in the Pacific Northwest. Randy is a former writer for a few sports websites and he was also a co-founder of the Coast 2 Coast Sports Report podcast. He now splits his time between watching sports, playing video games and being a father.