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It's Monday, October 24th, which means another episode of the MMQB 10 Things Podcast. On this week's show, Gary and Andy Discuss...-The two missed field goals that caused Seattle and Arizona to tie on Sunday Night Football.-The Vikings' first loss.- An exciting matchup between the Chargers and Falcons.- Another strong performance from Jay Ajayi.Plu…
 
Big Ben is hurt. Can the Steelers win with Landry Jones under center?- In the war between predatory birds, the Seahawks came out on top, thanks to a missed pass interference call.- Things got a little chippy between the Patriots and Bengals.- The Bills! They're good? They might be good!- And also, Brock Osweiler finally stepped up for the Texans.Pl…
 
On this week’s episode, Jon Wertheim talks with middleweight fighter Luke Rockhold ahead of his middleweight championship rematch against Chris Weidman at UFC 199 on June 4. Calling in from Las Vegas, Rockhold (15-2 MMA, 5-1 UFC) talks about his preparation, mentally and physically, for his fight against Weidman, whom he beat for the UFC’s 185-poun…
 
This week’s episode features a conversation about how fans self-identify with Ed Hirt, a professor of psychological and brain sciences at Indiana University. Hirt has studied, among other things, how wins and losses affect fans’ perception of their own abilities and why the attachment to a sports team can create a more powerful group experience tha…
 
March Madness has descended upon the sports world once again, and from casual fans to diehard bracket-trackers, everyone is on high alert for the next team from a little-known school to take the NCAA tournament by storm. But why are we so predisposed to pulling for the little guy? On this week’s episode, USF professor Joe Vandello joins the show to…
 
Scott Kutcher, a clinical professor of psychiatry and behavior sciences at the Stanford Center for Sleep Sciences and Medicine, joins the show this week to talk about the scientific world of sleep and what other teams can learn from the Yankees’ decision to start their spring training workouts later in the day than usual. How significant are the be…
 
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