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ACCSports.com Podcast: Show Tunes and Suspensions

Thursday, August 9, 2012 2:42pm
By: Hayes Permar

Hayes Permar, producer extraordinaire on the David Glenn Show - listen live daily from 12-3 and Jim Young are back for the latest edition of the ACCSports.com Podcast.

It took a while but they finally get a chance to review the ACC Kickoff in this episode.

Musical selections this week were all written or arranged by a personal fave of Hayes: Broadway and movie composer Marvin Hamlisch. Rest in peace, Marvin.. "One" and "Goodbye 12, Goodbye 12" (from a Chorus Line); "Nobody Does It Better" (from The Spy Who Loved Me); and "The Glove and Solace" (from The Sting).

Really, does anything get you ready for football seasons like show tunes?

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Here are a few time stamps to note from their Tuesday night conversation:

0:19 - Hayes gets upset when he realizes Jim is live-tweeting criticism of their podcast taping. (Hayes yells a bit in this part.)

1:46 - Was Dabo Swinney too harsh in his two-game suspension of Sammy Watkins?

5:40 - More discipline talk - why is Greg Reid showing maturity AFTER he got kicked off the team?

8:14 - Hayes is horrified that Jim doesn't know who Marvin Hamlisch is. This leads to a discussion of show tunes and Bond movies. Humming and singing ensues. RATINGS GOLD.

12:16 - Back to serious football talk: Vegas has over/under win totals. Jim makes his picks.

19:19 - What's the "second favorite ACC team" for league fans?

27:16 - What should we think of the #FreeRodneyPurvis movement?

33:20 - Uniform talk! Which means we're talking about Maryland's new unis, of course.


August 9 Podcast /embed> (40:31)

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