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Podcast Ep. 75: SMU Recap, Lamar Look-Ahead

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Looking back at the week that was SMU and looking forward to the week that is Lamar.

Jay Lee levitates his way into the end zone.
Jay Lee levitates his way into the end zone.
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Thursday! It means two more sleeps until another Baylor football game, but it also means that it’s time for a podcast. We’re looking back at SMU, looking ahead a bit to Lamar, plus answering many of your questions. It’s good stuff.

What are we talking about?

Of course we’re going into the SMU game, looking at individual performances and the team as a whole. As tough as the first half was (especially that second quarter), we were pleased with the adjustments made in the second half by the defense, and those things give us hope. Of course we’re talking about the electric abilities of Seth Russell and the rest of the offense, great plays by K.D. Cannon and Corey Coleman, the impact a healthy Devin Chafin has on the offense, our glimpses into Jarrett Stidham,* the strong performance of Jay Lee and much, much more.

*C'mon, SBN. Get your auto-linking stuff together.

We’re also looking a bit ahead to the Lamar game, which (obviously) doesn’t dominate the conversation. Nevertheless, we’re excited about the home opener in Waco this weekend.

Of course, sprinkled throughout the show we’re answering your questions that you posed to us on Twitter. Listener interaction is the lifeblood of the show, so if you have a question, please feel free to Tweet it to us, send us an email at OurDailyPodcast(at)gmail(dot)com, or leave us a voicemail at (774) 257–4236 (25-SICEM). We love getting those questions.

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Question for The Listeners

In the past, we've done picks of the week and kept track of how well we're doing. We got some mixed feedback on it last season, so I figured I'd solicit your feedback for this season. How would you like to see us handle picks? None, just informally as a way to talk about the Big 12 games, or keep track like we did a bit last year? Let us know in the comments.