High and Tight: Season 1, Episode 16:
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About this episode:
On this week of High and Tight, Dave Hakstol was named the new head coach of Flyers hockey Monday morning in what was definitely a surprise move for the usual stagnant franchise. The former University of South Dakota head coach brings heavy knowledge on how to develop young players especially coming out of college. The new outlook on how the Flyers operate will solely depend on Hakstol’s vision of how this roster should look. Chris and Jay give their opinions and outlook on the surprising coaching decision.
For NBA-talk, Jason breaks down why he thinks the Sixers and Sam Hinkie could possibly be preparing to ruin some dreams of other NBA franchises during free agency this offseason.
WWE Payback was this last Sunday on the WWE Network and it was a goody; Chris breaks down his favorite match and moment. Also, Mr. DiFrancesco discusses a couple things he believes should happen with WWE creative that could really spice up the storylines and overall performance of the shows.
Chris gives his thoughts on why, at this juncture, the Phillies should think about NOT trading Cole Hamels. It actually has to do with the Phils farm system, shockingly.
Lastly, does Jason actually believe that American Pharoah will become the first triple crown winning horse in over 35 years?
Story of the Year – “Our Time Is Now;” Skream & Benga – “Nefariousa;” The Darkness – “One Way Ticket;” Iggy Azalea – “Work;” D. Pepper Massey – “Keep It Minimum;” The Union Underground – “Across the Nation.”
High and Tight (that’s what she said) will dish out a mixture of sports, professional wrestling and entertainment talk, with pure opinions, harsh commentary and debates. Hosts Chris DiFrancesco and Jason Miller join forces for this “man show,” which will include exciting, high-profile guests in pretty much any area that they want.