Tiger Woods’ win at Augusta made Kyle certifiably lose his mind. The guys break down his performance, Molinari’s meltdown, and what it means to golf. They then give some fun facts and details about what was happening in 2008 when Tiger last won and what has happened in his span between wins. They then reluctantly transition to NBA Playoff talk and finish with an interesting Blitz Package segment-a discussion on potato skins, ranch, and sour cream.
Kyle and Tony are finally back after a very extended break. The guys break down March Madness, then dive deep into the Masters. They discuss the traditions, Fat Pat’s Champions’ Dinner, and how the Masters actually makes you smarter and more emotionally developed. Kyle and Tony then talk about the NBA Playoffs. Finally, things heat up during the Blitz Package as the guys discuss black holes and going to space.
The 2nd Annual Tipsy Christmas Podcast is equally out of control as the first.
Pac-12 Football: Kyle and Tony recap the Pac-12 Championship Game (the Mehhh Bowl), give out Big Boy Pants and Lil’ Dumper Awards, and discuss the teams that made a bowl game. They then breakdown the CFP top 4 teams, discuss USC’s hire of Kliff Kingsbury, and talk about the Heisman Finalists. The Blitz Package heats up as they look at the last 4 Emojis on their phones and talk about what it means and Kyle talks about the soon-to-be birth of his 3rd son.
Pac-12 Football: Kyle and Tony are back after indulging heavily in all that Thanksgiving had to offer. The guys then break down the upcoming Pac-12 Championship game, talk about the final standings, and Kyle gives his final Power Rankings. Kyle and Tony then do an End of the Year Review by giving out their MVPs, Biggest Lil’ Dumpers, Coach of the Year, and make a bold prediction for next season. The guys then discuss the latest CFP rankings, The Match between Tiger and Phil, and all that they liked and didn’t like about it. Finally, the Blitz Package heats up as they debate real vs. fake Christmas trees and if they’d ever cut down their own tree.