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LakersGregory Shamus/NBAE/Getty ImagesSVP & Russillo wonder how many more games the Lakers deserve before it's time to panic.

Wednesday, Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo looked back at another tough loss for the Lakers, wondered which NFL QB needs a Super Bowl appearance and more. Listen to the best highlights of the show below!

Lakers still struggling - After another loss for the Lakers, Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo wonder how many more games the team deserves before it's officially time to press the panic button. Listen

ESPN college basketball analyst Dan Dakich says there's no question the Big Ten is the deepest conference in the country and says the conference's teams will be battle tested thanks to this depth. Dakich also talks about the Big Ten's reaction to conference realignment. Listen

ESPN NFL analyst Mark Schlereth says Tony Romo's career would benefit the most from a Super Bowl appearance, talks about why the Patriots are the prohibitive favorite in the AFC, weighs in on Robert Griffin III's injury and more. Listen

Pro Football Weekly's Eric Edholm believes it's too soon to give up on the Ravens, talks about Paul Tagliabue's decision to vacate the player penalties in New Orleans, breaks down the improvement of the Patriots' defense and more. Listen

Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo ask each other rapid fire questions about sports in life in another edition of "Seven Seconds." Listen

Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo look back on their trip to Boston, bask in the glory of the Patriots' win over the Texans and comment on foreign policy as they channel their inner Bostonian in "The Pulse of The Nation." Listen

One Big Thing - Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo discuss Mike Eruzione putting several pieces of memorabilia from the 1980 Olympics up for auction and discuss what items they'd be willing to pay big money for. Listen


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