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Nov
8
Dwight HowardGary A. Vasquez/US PresswireDwight Howard and the Lakers seem to have no answers after a 1-4 start this season.

Thursday, Scott Van Pelt discussed Lane Kiffin firing a student manager at USC, the Lakers' continued struggles and prepared for the game between the Jaguars and Colts. Listen to the best highlights of the show below!

Trojan farce - Scott Van Pelt details the firing of a student manager at USC for deflating footballs against Oregon and says the buck stops with Lane Kiffin. Van Pelt adds that this is the latest in a line of shady occurrences under Kiffin's regime. Listen

Lakers slide continues - Scott Van Pelt examines the Lakers' 1-4 start and says patience is still the right approach in Los Angeles. Listen

ESPN NFL analyst Bill Polian assesses Andrew Luck's performance to this point in the season, comments on the Colts' fantastic rebuilding efforts, says Andy Reid still has a future in the NFL even if he gets fired by the Eagles and previews this weekend's game between the Bears and Texans. Listen

ESPN the Magazine's Chad Millman discusses the start of the college basketball season, the environment at the LSU vs. Alabama game last weekend and the rough week endured by the sharps in Las Vegas. Listen

Actor Michael Rapaport talks about his beloved Knicks, how impressed he is with the Heat, the Lakers' slow start and much more. Listen

ESPN's Michael Wilbon weighs in on the Lakers' slow start and anticipates it will take a couple of months to get the team straightened out. Wilbon adds that Steve Nash must be more assertive in the team's offensive attack and comments on this weekend's game between the Bears and Texans. Listen

One Big Thing - Scott Van Pelt says there should be no criticism directed at Charles Tillman due to his decision to be with his wife for the birth of their child. Listen

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