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  1. Shotzi & Nox channel Rocky in their quest for the WWE Women’s Tag Team Title
  2. Clay Travis and Cousin Sal make their picks between No. 12 Notre Dame vs. No. 18 Wisconsin ahead of Saturday's showdown. Who ya got?
  3. Justin Fields is set to make his first career NFL start on Sunday, but the Chicago Bears are underdogs (+7.5) against Baker Mayfield and the Cleveland Browns (-7.5). Cousin Sal explains why he's 'banking on the Bears' in a close game against the Browns and taking the points.
  4. Tom Brady plays his first career NFL game in Los Angeles this Sunday vs. the Rams. Tampa Bay are now a slight favorite to defeat Matthew Stafford and the Rams. Clay Travis and Cousin Sal preview this matchup.
  5. Ezekiel Elliott is the starting running back for the Dallas Cowboys, but he has fewer rushing yards with more carries in the first two games than his backup Tony Pollard. Zeke is making $15 million a year and was asked on Sunday if his huge salary played a part in his recent play. He responded saying quote: 'What really matters is what's going on in this building. They're not the one signing the checks.' Marcellus Wiley explains why it's fair to question Zeke starting for the Cowboys.
  6. Ric Bucher joins Marellus Wiley and Joy Taylor to discuss Alex Guerrero's comments about Bill Belichick never evolving in the treatment of Tom Brady throughout his time with the New England Patriots. Hear why Joy believes this is fair criticism and that Alex Guerrero's comments are in bounds.
  7. The St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Chicago Cubs, 8-5, with help from Paul Goldschmidt's two-run homer in the third inning. José Rondón and Tyler O'Neill also belted homers in the fifth inning.
  8. Johnny Drip-Drip’s Top 5 Liquids: WWE After The Bell, Sept. 24, 2021
  9. Clinton Portis joined Club Shay Shay and told Shannon Sharpe why he believes the ’01 Miami Hurricanes could’ve beaten an NFL team. 'I remember going to Denver and realizing the team I played on in college was better.'
  10. Eric Mangini joins Colin Cowherd to discuss the latest news and headlines across the NFL, including his reaction to Alex Guerrero's (Tom Brady's trainer) comments about Bill Belichick. Hear what Mangini has to say about Guerrero's comments and what they mean for Brady and the New England Patriots. Mangini also reacts to recent media criticism towards Aaron Rodgers.