Heard in the Herd

Jun
21
BCS National Championship trophyAP Photo/Gerald HerbertThere's a college football playoff coming, but it's not all good news.

Colin Cowherd warns listeners of the downside of a college football playoff. The more people you invite to a party, the more people that are left out that will feel like they deserved to be there. Listen

Colin Cowherd spans the globe in Miami, college football and Penn State. Listen

TNT NBA analyst Steve Kerr says Michael Jordan didn't have success in the NBA until Horace Grant and Scottie Pippen developed. The Heat have been the tougher, stronger and more poised team thus far in the Finals. Listen

ESPN.com Heat Index writer Brian Windhorst says the Heat are feeling pretty good about themselves now, while the Thunder are feeling the pressure. Windhorst says he's not prepared to call this series for the Heat just yet. Windhorst says Heat coach Erik Spoelstra has been much quicker to make adjustments this year. Plus, LeBron James' cramps were stress-induced and it will be interesting to see how James handles the pressure in Game 5. Listen

NFL Films' Greg Cosell comments on Ron Jaworski's ongoing "QB Countdown" series. Cosell says the attributes that make for a great quarterback are all quantifiable. Tim Tebow may play hard, but so does every other QB in the league. Cosell also says Ben Roethlisberger is a better pocket passer than many people think. Listen

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