Oct 17, 2013, 10:24 AM PDT
Welcome to the inaugural SportsNet Central Podcast. Listen in as SNC anchors Dave Feldman and Ahmed Fareed establish their presence in the podcasting world.
These guys hear and see it all. Check out what they have to say off-the-cuff and away from the SportsNet Central news desk.
They may not have taken Podcasting 101, but they’re jumping right in and answering your questions.
— Find out if Feldy is more encouraged by the 49ers’ defense or discouraged by their offense.
— Fareed opines on why a healthy Terrelle Pryor may not be able to withstand the pressure and deliver more than six wins for the Raiders.
— The gentlemen debate whether or not the Warriors have what it takes to be the top contender in the Western Conference.
— Plus, if you stick around to the end, you’ll get to find out which two Comcast SportsNet anchors they’d like to see fight in the octagon.
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