Three-Cone Drill Podcast-Part II (NSFW)


Photo by Josh May.

Photo by Josh May.

Rivers McCown & Danny Tuccitto posted the second part of our football and life podcast. This one is heavier on life within the scope of the game.

Listen here. 

What we discuss (with language often NSFW):

  • The transition from college to pro football.
    • New football adjustments.
    • New life adjustments away from the game.
    • Media scrutiny.
    • Fame as an emotional disorder.
  • Why running backs need a certain amount of carries to get going?
  • On future of data tracking in football.
  • What does a typical in-season day look for me during the week?
  • What’s the ebb and flow of my football schedule throughout the year?
    • The last time I watched the NBA.
    • The hopeful future of the RSP’s business development.
    • Why writing is a physical job and Bob Harris is a good role model.
    • Why routine is difficult as a freelancer or holder of multiple jobs.
    • Why family is a priority and I sometimes suck at friendship.
  • Why I agree with Doug Farrar that knowing the opposition’s plays doesn’t mean much.
  • Drawing parallels with football and poker in terms of scheme and tendencies (theory and practice).
  • How do you find people who are participating in the RSP Film Room or writing for the RSP Blog?
    • Will Hewlett
    • Eric Stoner
    • David Igono
  • When was the last time you ever went to the World’s Largest Cocktail Party (UGA-Florida)? The answer will shock you.
  • Why Ryan Riddle and I at a college football game would be pure comedy for our readers.
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