Unfair & Partial. Totally unguarded conversations about sports and culture. Hosted by Omar Miller (Ballers on HBO, The Unicorn, TMNT) and his brother Terry Miller, listen as they invite special guests, high-profile athletes, musicians and entertainers to get brutally honest about all things sports.
On this episode of the O-ZONE Omar and Terry talk about the current state of boxing (1:45), they speak on the NFL playoffs and who they like to go to the Super Bowl (9:44), @Doit4thaTipper calls in to talk about his NCAA Football predictions (26:58), and Lastly Mookie Betts and all of MLB arbitration new deals (31:25). Start Listening
On this special New Year edition of the O-ZONE Omar and Terry talk Showtime Boxing & the surprising decision Light Heavyweight World Champion Jean Pascal got against former two-division titleholder Badou Jack (2:28), It’s NCAA college bowl season is in full swing and Tipper gives his predictions for the National Championship game between Clemson and LSU (27:26), Things are heating up in the NFL for wild card Saturday and Trucker Dave gives us his playoff predictions (43:22) Start Listening
Omar and Terry go in on the NFL (2:02),why are the New England Patriots cheating again against the Bengals? Trucker Dave calls in to give his take(10:33), they finally tracked down Cowboy Kev to explain why his Cowboy predictions did not come true this seaon(24:12), and Finally they talk about Anthony Joshua offering to be Tyson Fury’s sparring partner (37:20)? All this and so much more on this episode of the O-ZONE Start Listening
On this Holiday episode Omar and Terry talk about everything Boxing, from the Charlo/Harrison to Jacobs/Chavez & bouts that happened last weekend to their favorite fights of the year (1:34) it’s week 17 of the NFL and they get into who was a pretender this season (29:23) and lastly the talk MLB trades (35:29). All this and so much more on this episode of the O-ZONE Start Listening
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