SITM: FIFA's corruption, Jabrill Peppers is hungry, Draymond Green and the NBA Finals

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Adam Biggers and John Gustin fly together as one during Wednesday’s episode of Sports in the Mitten with…Adam and John.

FIFA makes other professional leagues look like “sweet little cherubs,” says John, who wastes no time digging into the corrupt international soccer organization that has garnered headlines due to yet another scandal.

Adam lands a few punches, too.

Jabrill Peppers is running out of food, and he wants the world to know about it: On Tuesday night, Peppers, a redshirt freshman safety at Michigan, tweeted that he would like to have more snacks available—which makes total sense is something we’d all like to have. Adam and John discuss Peppers' hunger, and they drop some figures related to how other schools stipend student-athletes.

Draymond Green, formerly of Saginaw High and Michigan State, is on the verge of heading to the NBA Finals with the Golden State Warriors. If successful, Day-Day will face LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and the rest of the Eastern Conference champion Cleveland Cavaliers.

 

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