Good Bull Podcast Episode 48 - Cotton Bowl Show

Ronald Martinez

We had a solid show last night as we broke down the Cotton Bowl matchup from every possible angle with our guests. Catch the podcast here and tune in next Thursday at 8PM.

We kicked off last night's show with a quick recap of the Aggie Basketball win over Houston Baptist. Hey, a win is a win, right? Then we jumped right in to the Cotton Bowl breakdown with the help of Allen Kenney from Blatant Homerism and Crystal Ball Run joined us to give us some insight on the OU perspective (15 minute mark).

Next, our buddy Taylor Hamm from GigEm247 came on the show to give us the latest scoop from the Army All American Bowl that features 5, soon to be 6, Aggie 2013 commits (35 minute mark).

At the 1 hour mark, Sam Khan Jr. from ESPN's GigEmNation.com hopped on to talk about how Coach Sumlin and the Aggies are changing the college football landscape in Texas and across the nation.

If you are a fan of our show for the times when things go completely off the rails, you don't have to wait long after Sam got off the line. Mr. Kooch himself called in and, well, things got weird.

Thanks to everyone that sent in questions to the Good Bull Mailbag and for the questions on Twitter. We'll be back next Thursday at 8PM to recap the season, get ready for signing day, and dive into the Aggie Basketball program.

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