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JCS 12-4-14

Dec 04, 2014 -- 5:48pm

Redemption Thursday brought to you by the law offices of Willard Hurley

Hour 1

The coaching musical chairs has started today in the NCAA. The University of Florida announced the hiring of Jim McElwain from Colorado State. McElwain has been with CSU for 3-years, and went 10-2 this season. McElwain is known for his defensive mindset but is also great with quarterbacks. The new Gator’s coach has 2 months to go to work grabbing recruits, and has already come out saying he’s going after offensive linemen.

With one high profile hiring in the books, Nebraska followed suit by filling their vacant position with former San Diego Charger’s and Oregon State head coach, Mike Riley. This hiring seems a little odd at first considering the Beavers only went 5-7 this year. The Nebraska athletic director Shawn Eichorst praised Riley according to ESPN saying,

“There was one coach who fit all the characteristics that I was seeking to lead our tradition-rich football program. Mike Riley has a proven record of success, a sound approach to football and teaching, an understanding of the educational mission of our university and the integrity and values that we cherish at Nebraska.”

Mike Riley has a total record of 93-80 in his college coaching career.

There is still a high profile coach on the market. He's single and ready to mingle. Look no further College programs, I've got your guy right here!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It wouldn’t be a Redemption Thursday without wagers. So without further ado I bring to you Jeff’s wagers.

 

CFB

FSU -4 vs. Georgia Tech

Ohio State +4.5 vs. Wisconsin

Oklahoma -21 vs. Oklahoma State

Mizzou +14.5 vs. Bama

 

NFL

OAKLAND +8.5 vs. San Fran

SD +3.5 vs. New England

DETROIT -9.5 vs. Tampa Bay

 

Hour 2

A lot of analysts and writers say Nebraska has opened Pandora’s Box by firing a coach who put together a 9 win season. Much like when the Denver Nuggets fired coach George Karl after making it to the playoffs.

It’s just difficult to bring the good recruits to the tundra of the United States that is the mid-west. The best players just aren’t going to mid-western schools anymore. The days of a dominant Michigan and Nebraska teams are quickly coming to an end. The southern schools have been picking up all of these recruits, and it doesn’t look like that’s going to end in the near future.

Bomani Jones joins Jeff Cameron to talk about the College Football Playoff and what could and what could not happen this weekend.

 

Hour 3

Aaron Rogers the football player is an amazing football player. He may not have the most elite numbers, but the way he does it just looks so easy. He’s able to roll to his right easier than anyone in the game. His mechanics are as smooth as warm butter, and his will to win in stronger than anyone in the NFL.

The Packers are looking like everyone’ go to Super Bowl favorite for this year. If I were a betting man I would place a lot of money that the Pack go all the way this year. Aaron Rogers is shattering records this year. He’s only thrown 3 interceptions this year – that’s the same amount that Jameis threw in the first quarter against Florida.

Heather Dinich does it again, ladies and gentlemen. In her latest article the first words read, “The Seminoles have been playing with fire all season and Jacket’s spread option offense is the perfect ingredient for them to finally get burned.” Playing with fire? What is she talking about?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

JCS 12-2-14

Dec 02, 2014 -- 4:43pm

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Hour 1

Things are looking up for Michigan’s football program. According to the latest “sources,” Brady Hoke is no longer the head coach. Try not to party too hard Michigan, your team is still terrible.

Speaking of great coaches it seems like Paul Johnson is the cream of the crop in the ACC after winning the ACC’s Coach of the Year Award. I guess Jimbo Fisher’s 28-games straight wasn’t impressive enough to take home the award. Pat yourself on the back Georgia Tech, only two losses. Well, three if we are looking ahead to Saturday.

Florida State’s basketball team lost again last night in front of a crowd of all 15 FSU basketball fans. Even on dollar hotdog night, the Noles still brought in a smaller crowd than a WNBA playoff game. Don’t worry, there’s still hope of making the tournament – The NIT – if we’re lucky.

 

Hour 2

More news on the possibility of coaches being fired: There were some rumblings out of Miami that beloved, sweaty, Al Golden could be getting the boot. Miami’s AD just came out and released a report saying the University of Miami stands behind Al Golden and his yellow stained armpits.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Terrible news from the state of Alabama: UAB has officially shut down their football program. The first FBS school to do so since 1995. In the news conference, players were holding each other, crying, as their biggest nightmare became a reality. As a sports fan, I feel terrible for those kids and recruits involved in the program. As Florida State fans we were lucky Jimbo turned down an offer from UAB to come here to Tallahassee.

Stay tuned for Seminole Headlines airing today from 5-7. Get your weekly dose of Ira, Corey, and Jeff and their off the wall analysis.

JCS 11-20-14

Nov 20, 2014 -- 5:46pm

Redemption Thursday brought to you by the law offices of Willard Hurley

Hour 1

It’s Redemption Thursday, so as always, here are your picks!

FSU -19.5 vs bc
ARKANSAS +3.5 vs ole miss
colorado +33.5 vs OREGON
UTAH -4 vs arizona
MICHIGAN -5 vs maryland
vandy +30.5 vs MISS ST
NEBRASKA -10 vs minnesota
WAKE FOREST +15 vs va tech

NFL
green bay -9.5 vs MINNESOTA
CHICAGO -6 vs tampa bay

This weekend, Arkansas goes up against Ole Miss. Arkansas is a team that, according to Jeff, has vastly improved this year. They’ve only lost to Alabama by 1, Miss State, Georgia, and they just shut out LSU. So is it a possibility that Arkansas can take it to the Rebels this weekend? Tom says no, Jeff says maybe.

Though the SEC is clearly better than the ACC when it comes to the talent of the players, Jeff doesn’t think this is a “banner year” for the SEC. No single team in the SEC is “great.” FSU last year was GREAT. Any given team in the SEC can beat any given team.

Even though that’s the case, the Playoff Committee does seem to favor the SEC and the PAC12. I can understand the SEC, but to me the PAC12 is much like the ACC. There’s one dominant team, another good team, and outside of those two teams everyone is average at best. Oregon and FSU are great teams. Stanford, UCLA, Michigan State, Clemson, Louisville, and Miami are good teams. The rest of the teams in each conference are nothing more than sorry.

 

Hour 2

Jeff spews his jealously over the interns and other employees of ESPN Tallahassee who take an elective at Florida State where they get to drink beer. Looks like Jeff is going to be going to go get his PHD in beer drinking.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jeff and Tom argue over which baseball stadium they would love to go to. Tom says his dream would have been to see Ken Griffey Jr. in the Kingdome. Jeff doesn’t understand why Tom’s idea, dream, stadium is a DOME!

 

Hour 3

Jeff and Tom talk their favorite TV shows. Jeff doesn’t really watch too much network television, but when he does it’s The Biggest Loser. Nothing screams family time in the Cameron household like The Biggest Loser. Families that watch large people shed weight together, stay together.

Adrian Peterson is suspended for the rest of the year, and for some reason he seems surprised. Sure, people can argue both ways as to if he should have been suspended or not, but rules are rules. And with the recent adjustments to rules in the NFL with the Ray Rice allegations, there won’t be any turning the head with Adrian Peterson severely beating his young child.

It seems to me, that Roger Goodell is just trying to save face after all of the miscommunication and mishandling of the Ray Rice case this summer. Someone is going to have to be an example of the new rules of Roger Goodell and unfortunately for Adrian Peterson, sports fans, and fantasy owners, Adrian Peterson is the guinea pig for the new harsh penalties.

Be sure to join Jeff, Tom, and some more of the ESPN crew for a live show at the beloved Corner Pocket tomorrow afternoon!

JCS 11-18-14

Nov 18, 2014 -- 4:47pm

Lawn Maintenance Tuesday brought to you by All American Tree Pro

 

Hour 1

In hour 1 we start off in somewhat pointless banter as to what should happen in tonight’s Playoff Ranking’s Show. Pointless because who knows what those guys are going to come up with. FSU’s on a 26-game winning streak, the longest active streak in FBS – As if you needed reminding.

This week FSU has jumped back atop the mountain of college football. The AP Poll and the all-important Coach’s Poll have listed the Noles as the number 1 team in the nation. Of course our friends in Bristol released an article soon after discussing if FSU was actually the “best” team in college football – they can’t just leave us alone.

After some in depth conversation on where FSU should stand in the latest College Football Playoff rankings, Tom let’s us all in on a little secret – He’s never been on a snowmobile or a Jetski.

Jeff then has to tell us about that time where he got arrested while riding a WaveRunner, which Jeff says, is completely different from a Jetski. For those of you, like myself, that had no clue there was a difference – I present to you photographic evidence. You decide for yourself.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hour 2

LeGarrette Blount was let go by the Steelers today after leaving the game last night. Blount left the game early because he felt he was not receiving enough playing time behind starter Le'Veon Bell.

Bell kicked off the cleats and bounced out of the cold, hard, city of Pittsburg. What’s left for the former Oregon stud? He had a few good years with Tampa Bay, and even had a solid start to the year with Pittsburg. It’s likely Blount could end up on a team that is looking for a solid running back to make a playoff push, or he could go to a sorry team that just needs a player to sell tickets – Minnesota.

Former AFL Championship winning coach Jay Gruden calls out his "star" player RGIII again in a press conference this past weekend. Robert Griffin also made a comment which made it sound like he believed he was an elite quarterback. What have we learned from this? RGIII and Jay Gruden need to shut up! Do you see great teams leaking everything to the press as fast as the Kardashians? No. Tom Coughlin could be on the hot seat after the Giants having two terrible years, but we would never know because they keep everything in house.

That's all for the Jeff Cameron Show Today! Be sure to stay tuned for Seminole Headlines!

 

 

 

 

JCS 11-11-14

Nov 11, 2014 -- 4:53pm

Lawn Maintenance Tuesday brought to you by All American Tree Pro

 

Hour 1

Happy Veteran’s Day! We here at the Jeff Cameron Show would like to thank all of the veterans for the service they have provided to our country. We have many veterans listening to the show daily, and we would like to dedicate today’s show to them.

 

 

 

The College Football Playoff Committee recently came out with a report, which states that it may be hard for teams in the Big 12 to reach the college football playoff. Why is that? Well, the playoff committee says because the conference doesn’t have a championship game, it’s hard to determine the best team in the conference. Poor Art Briles. I guess he shouldn’t be too surprised considering Jimbo Fisher told him this during the summer.

 

Hour 2

 

 

People, who may be planning to head down to the wonderful Sun Life Stadium this weekend, be careful. Definitely bring a camera phone, because Miami fans definitely know how to show out. The over-under on arrests throughout the day is 9.5.

Bad news from today’s practice is Roberto Aguayo was not active at practice. Good news for Noles fans, Austin Barron is participating in practice today. Dalvin Cook is also taking snaps behind Karlos Williams. Tyler Hunter is not participating in practice, which is good news because if he doesn’t play he won’t be able to get beat deep on every throw his way. 

Be sure to stay tuned for Seminole Headlines where Jeff, Ira, and Corey talk everything Florida State Football.

 

JCS 11-7-14

Nov 07, 2014 -- 5:45pm

Libations Friday brought to you by the Corner Pocket

 

Hour 1

During hour 1 intern Jon had to go on an errand run, so he leaves you with these:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hour 2

It seems like the Oakland Raiders are trying to do whatever they can to win. An authenticator recently found that an auctioned jersey had “sharp metal” behind the jersey’s numbers. I thought having Derek Carr as the starting quarterback was rock bottom, but I guess the Raiders found a way to go even lower.

Jameis Winston’s attorney asked to push back Winston’s November 17 student conduct hearing. Was it a smart move? Of course it was! The best move is to wait until the football season is completely over just in case the worst is to follow. It seems like there is some kind of insider knowledge by Winston’s attorney especially if he’s moving back what could be the fate of Jameis Winston. 

 

Hour 3

FSU has officially kicked Ukeme Eligwe off of the team for violating team rules. We all know that probably means Eligwe got busted multiple times for taking bong rips before practice. Come on man, after you get busted the first time just give it up. Or do what everyone else does and wait until the offseason.

Be sure to catch Jeff and his mom make their picks for this weekend.

After that enjoy your weekend. Go Noles. Let’s Scalp us some Virginia!

 

 

 

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