Bob Sansevere loves using movie lines in every-day life and in this special edition of The BS Show he offers several examples for others to use.
Bob Sansevere is saddened to learn that the Fort Lauderdale airport shooter found a kind of diabolical inspiration in one of Bob’s favorite books, “Illusions: The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah,” by Richard Bach.
Bob Sansevere shares his thoughts on the Gophers’ reported hiring of P.J. Fleck as their new football coach in this latest version of the BS nanoShow.
Gophers athletics director Mark Coyle did the only thing that made sense. He fired Tracy Claeys as football coach. Bob Sansevere offers a few reasons why the firing made sense in this latest nano version of The BS Show.
Bob Sansevere offers his thoughts on one of the primary reasons the Packers won the NFC North and the Vikings didn’t in this nano version of The BS Show.
In this nano episode of The BS Show, Bob explains why the two protesters who dangled from the rafters at US Bank Stadium during Sunday’s game should be thanked for what they did.
In this nano version of The BS Show, Bob takes a look at the huuuge New Year’s Eve game between the Wild and Columbus Blue Jackets, who have 12- and 14-game win streaks.
Bob offers a quick and entertaining synopsis of the Vikings’ season in this BS nanoShow.
Bob Sansevere offers his take, and it’s a quick one, on the Vikings’ 34-6 loss to the Indianapolis Colts.
In this special abbreviated edition of The BS Show, Bob gives his quick take on just where the Vikings stand after their Thanksgiving Day loss to Detroit. And it’s not a good place to be.