On this episode of the future award-winning Moran-Alytics Podcast presented by 26 Shirts, Patrick Moran interviews Spectrum News Buffalo sports anchor and reporter, Jon Scott on a variety of topics about his life and sports media career.
Jon talks growing up near Cleveland a huge sports fan, including Lebron James and the heartbreak of the Browns leaving for Baltimore in the mid-90s.
They also talk about why and how he ended up at the University of Dayton for college, how Scott’s opportunity to move to Buffalo and join Spectrum came about, his adjustment to the city, some sports media topics and the story of how he met his now fiancé Heather Prusak of WGRZ-TV before wrapping up with the traditional Mini-Lightning Round.
You can follow Jon on Twitter @JonScottTV and catch him on TV on Spectrum News Buffalo.
Sandwiched between the Jon Scott interview is a segment with recurring guest Aaron Quinn (@AaronQuinn716) from Cover 1. Today the guys are breaking down the disappointing but not hugely surprising Buffalo Bills lose to the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday.
They discuss the leaking Buffalo Bills defense, particularly the run defense that gashed for more than 200 yards by Philadelphia and wonder if making a trade for an upgrade over Start Lotulelei would be an upgrade while Patrick thinks that it may be time to start pumping the brakes on declaring Tremaine Edmunds the next great young linebacker in the NFL.
The two also debate how bad of a game plan Brian Dabol dialed up and examine the team big picture, which still has Buffalo sitting well at 5-2 with an extremely winnable home contest coming up Sunday against Washington.
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