01 June 2017

Fanatic Radio 6/1/17 - More Sports in June

With the weekend in the books, so much drama, Fanatic Radio has more on its plate than the NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers. Mike and Ben break down their adventures, Sedona, D.C. and what they were up to on the holiday break.
Bryce Harper, Tiger Woods, the witches of the west and donuts on drones. It's all part of a new Fanatic Radio to ring in the summer, June and staying fit via Planet Fitness.

07 April 2017

Fanatic Radio 4/6/17 - Play Ball!

Fanatic Radio is back from the Final Four to gear you up for our National Pastime, rather we like it or not. Flo was on-site for the Washington Nationals home opener in D.C. and we paint the MLB scene of who's hot and who's not from the defending champion Chicago Cubs, the Los Angeles Dodgers to the Boston Red Sox.



Fan mail is in full force of our Masters preview sans Tiger and Dustin Johnson, CBS football with ex-Cowboy Tony Romo and Mike's adventure at the Women's Final Four.


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29 March 2017

Fanatic Radio 3/29/17 - Final Four Fa Show

On the eve of the Final Four, Mike and Ben breakdown what is a better storyline to win the National Championship, our thoughts on the preliminary rounds of the tournament and just what a nightmare Lonzo and his father have become.



Flo returns from Las Vegas with stories of gambling and the Glove, and speaking of the Sin City, what does the Raiders and the NFL in Vegas truly mean for the changing landscape of the sporting world?

The Millennial's Show, brought to you by 1-800-Flowers.com.

16 February 2017

Fanatic Radio 2/15/17

Since they are blacklisted from Bourbon Street, Fanatic Radio is covering NBA All Star Weekend from an undisclosed location to talk about a season halfway in the books and what have we expected from Golden State, LeBron, the Knicks and more.



Geno has won 100 straight games with his UCONN Huskies, just how significant is this historic accomplishment and more men's hoops as we are less than a month from Selection Sunday. Sponsored by 1-800-Flowers.

01 February 2017

Super Bowl LI Predictions

It is the one game bigger than all of the others: the Super Bowl. The champions of the AFC and the champions of the NFC face off this Sunday evening in Space City but while two teams will enter, only one will be hoisting the Lombardi Trophy as they stand alone as NFL champions.

Who will win Super Bowl LI? Here are my predictions.

23 January 2017

The End of the Line

When I started this blog almost seven years ago, in what was a simpler time, I simply saw it as a forum for me to share my opinions on sports. Whether or not it was read by anybody never really crossed my mind, it was simply something I would do in my spare time. I never thought it would turn into what it is today, something not only with over 3.5 million pageviews but also something I would make money off of.

But from the get-go, I knew that there would a point where it would have to come to an end. There was never an expectation that B-Flo 360 would get to the point where I could live off of it, nor was it something I ever wanted to do full-time, and thus I always knew that there would be a point where I would have to make a choice to keep it going or bring it to a conclusion.

Now is that time. And there are a few reasons why I think that is the case.

One of the trends that I have noticed in recent years on the blog is that outside of the NFL season, my blogging has grown more inconsistent. For example during baseball season, I wasn't doing much more than the MLB on Fox posts. And even during the NFL season, I was basically doing just picks and the announcer posts. Largely that's due to the fact that the media posts tend to do really well but it has become one of my disappointments that I don't write more here.

Also, now that I have become a quote-unquote adult, with a job, an apartment and all that, I have found it harder to dedicate as much focus and energy now than I was able to back in high school and then college.

Lastly, I feel that as a result of that last point, my performance on the blog has declined and has gotten sloppier. I have noticed that I have been making more mistakes and been doing a poorer job editing myself.

Therefore, I think it is time to close up shop. I will always be thankful for the people that have read it over the years, whether it be from day one or more so in recent years, I still look back and am amazed that people actually read this stuff. And I never would have expected it would get to the point where a colleague at Fox News recognized me from my blog before he even met me. That was pretty cool.

But from this point on, with the exception of my picks next week for Super Bowl LI, there will be no more new content (although I will keep up updating the announcing schedules for the NBA, NHL and college basketball). As always, you can catch me on Twitter here where I will still pontificate and rant about sports and just about everything else.

So to quote the great Maury Povich, until next time America.

18 January 2017

Reacting to the 2017 Baseball Hall of Fame case

The voting has concluded and this summer, three players will be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown: Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines and Ivan Rodriguez. Did the voters get it right this year, or do I have to rant about how they didn't? Here is my analysis.

2017 NFL Conference Championships Predictions

Four teams remain alive in this NFL season as we have reached the conference championship games, but only two teams will be able to advance to Super Bowl LI. Which teams will they be?

Here are my predictions for the NFC and the AFC Championships.

13 January 2017

Breaking down the Chargers' hire of Anthony Lynn

Few coaches have had the rise that Anthony Lynn has had. Lynn started the season as the running backs coach for the Buffalo Bills, he took over as the offensive coordinator and the playcaller after Week 2, and then he became the interim coach after Rex Ryan was fired before Week 17. And now, he will be the next head coach of the San Diego Los Angeles Chargers.

As I just alluded to, the Chargers are going through a pretty big transition right now so they are at a critical time in the history of their franchise. Is Lynn the right guy to lead them forward?

Breaking down the Rams' hire of Sean McVay

(AP) 
There is a new youngest head coach in NFL history and his name is Sean McVay. The Los Angeles Rams announced on Thursday that the 30-year-old will become the 28th head coach in franchise history (including interim coaches) after serving three years as the offensive coordinator of Washington.

Will McVay be able to lead the Rams to success following a messy return to Los Angeles this past season? Here are my thoughts.