Nate discusses Colin Kaepernick's decision to sit during the National Anthem and he says that he doesn't agree with it but he explains that's beauty of America. We have the rights and freedoms to say what we want to say and do what we want to do. He also discusses instant replay in baseball and says that it's a set back and compares it to smart phones and advances in technology. He closes the show with the card of the day segment.
Nate talks about 'the Belichick difference' and he says that Jacoby Brissett's performance in the pre-season is the exact reason Belichick took him in the third round. He says the difference between Belichick is that he's a motivator and he can create something out of nothing. He also talks about cyber bullying and the impact it has on sports. He says that we can all do our part to prevent it by trying to be more positive than negative. He closes the show with an all new card of the day!
Nate talks about having confidence and explains to listeners that it's important that you don't become over-confident. He relates the topic to Bryan Stork and other professional athletes such as Jim Carey, Olaf Kolzig, and Tom Brady. Nate also answers a mail bag question and closes the show with today's Card of the Day.
Nate says it's too late for Ryan Lochte to ask for forgiveness. He explains that there are just certain situations in life where you don't get a second chance. He also talks about knowing how to really take full responsibility for actions and he says that if you own up to mistakes first before lying and fighting them, forgiveness will be granted. He spends the second segment telling you why he believes the Patriots will play in the Super Bowl and he closes the show out with the Card of the Day segment.
Nate gives his take on the Ryan Lochte situation and says that as Americans we should be ashamed of Ryan Lochte. He also says that what Ryan Lochte did is the reason the rest of the world hates Americans. He discusses lying in sports and tells you why athletes do it but he says it would be a lot easier to just tell the truth and he claims 90% of people would forgive if athletes told the truth before they completely dug the hole. He closes out the show with the mail bag and Card of the Day.
Nate discusses Roger Goodell's power in the NFL and he says that what he can do in regards to player conduct is wrong in ever sense of the word. He also talks about Jonathan Papelbon becoming a free agent and mulls the possibility of a return to Boston. He completes the show with Card of the day and explains a new piece to the segment.
Nate talks about selling yourself, being motivated, and learning how to motivate. He relates the topic to the wrestling business and certain players in the NFL and the NHL. His message is that you should take chances but always have a contingency plan. He closes the show out with a new segment called "Card of the Day" in which he picks a random sports trading card from his collection and talks about the player and the value.
Nate discusses A-Rod's final game and says that there was no hype at all to it. He also talks about A-Rods use of PED's and says that he won't be elected into the hall of fame on the first ballot, if ever. In segment two he talks about how when you get older you sometimes feel like time is running out and he compares to Tim Tebow, Michael Phelps, and others. His message, there may be obstacles in your way but there's always a way to overcome them. He closes out the show with the mail bag.
Nate talks about Tim Tebow and says we'll always wonder "what if" when it comes to his lost future in the NFL. He also talks about Michael Phelps and he makes a comparison to Tiger Woods. He also says we'll never see anything like Phelps, Tebow, or Tiger again. He ends the show with the mail bag.
Nate discusses the topic of taking chances in life and he says if you fall, it's important to get back up and try again. He discusses a recent story about Tom Brady and he talks about Jay Cutler being called the NFL's worst QB. He also discusses A-Rod and his final game and what it means. He finishes the show answering questions in the mail bag.