Bedlam on the horizon, Manchester derby in the rearview

Bedlam on the horizon, Manchester derby in the rearview

The Todd Pod: Eli Lederman joins me on the latest episode to diagnose what went wrong for OU in Lawrence and what’s going wrong for Manchester United in the Premier League.

Todd Lisenbee

By Todd Lisenbee

| Oct 31, 2023, 9:00am CDT

Todd Lisenbee

By Todd Lisenbee

Oct 31, 2023, 9:00am CDT

It’s another football/soccer crossover episode as Eli Lederman joins me on The Todd Pod. We discuss the surprising unraveling of OU football in Lawrence on Saturday and the unsurprising unraveling of Manchester United across the pond in the Premier League.

(01:03) Eli’s thoughts on the surprising defeat in Kansas for OU

(03:08) Dillon Gabriel threw 19 passes, wtf?

(05:39) Jalil Farooq in the backfield, wtf?

(07:14) Lack of discipline, wtf?

(09:21) Three straight 100-yd rushers, wtf?

(10:38) Eli loves Lawrence, wtf?

(13:12) Where should OSU most scare OU?

(15:22) OU injury latest

(17:49) Eli flexes that Tottenham is still top of the table

(20:14) City destroy United in the derby

(22:08) What’s wrong at United?

(25:27) Ollie Watkins is on a heater

(26:06) Praise for Unai Emery

(29:07) How bad are the bottom three?

(31:02) Newcastle v. Arsenal

(33:22) Tottenham welcome back Poch

Todd Lisenbee can be reached on Twitter/X, Instagram or via email at [email protected].

Producer: Jacquelyn Musgrove

Creative Director: Michael Lane

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Todd Lisenbee is the host of The Todd Pod with Todd Lisenbee on the Sellout Crowd network. He has been a producer/talk show host at WWLS, The Sports Animal and 107.7 The Franchise during a Oklahoma broadcasting career that spans to 2002. Todd has broadcast high school basketball, football and soccer play-by-play since 2003 and is currently the voice of the UCO Bronchos, a role he has been in since 2018. He can be reached at @ToddOnSports on Twitter/X or Instagram or via email at [email protected].

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