Your hosts, Tom (@_DukeTom) and I (@DuckinNoles247) sat down and reviewed the thrilling win over hated Huskies last Saturday night and talked about a variety of other topics that trended nationally and in the conference. We also previewed the upcoming game against a certain Pirate turned War Professor led program to the North.
Tom and I then recapped the prior weekend’s action across the Pac-12 and national landscape. We also talked about the upcoming games, both nationally and in conference.
We also answered your questions from the Quack Fix during the Quacks and Answers!
Also, we discussed the job status of one William Taggart during our What’s Willie Doing? segment and covered some Ducks news across the sporting landscape.
Keep on submitting those questions! We are also running a contest where the winner that can name at least two songs that we use will get a guest spot on the show for the following week’s show! The winner also gets to determine my personal Twitter name for a week (nothing vulgar or offensive). We will do a mailbag type of episode soon.
In addition to the questions, we plan on doing a live call in show at some point this season so get those Ducks opinions ready to air!
Tom sat down and had a great interview with Michael Preston from our sister site, CougCenter on Monday night.
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As I mentioned towards the end of the show, there was some sad and tragic news early this week regarding Georgia Southern lineman Jordan Wiggins.
Sad news to pass along tonight. @GSAthletics_FB freshman Jordan Wiggins has passed away. Wiggins was a freshman offensive lineman from Tallahassee, Florida. More tonight on @WJCLNews at 11.— Frank Sulkowski WJCL (@TheBigGuyWJCL) October 22, 2019
Our thoughts and prayers with his family and Eagle teammates and coaches. pic.twitter.com/csF9Q6CfBY
The coroner ruled it a suicide. Folks, if you feel there’s no hope, please seek help. There’s always hope. Do not hesitate to call 1-800-273-8255. Its open 24/7.