I really like listening to Collin Cowherd. I suppose part of that stems from my history as a performer. Collin is tremendous in that regard, he's expressive, his voice is clear and has a little bite to it, that makes it easier to understand, you can tell that he's planned his words because he rarely stutters and it's rare when he doesn't respond quickly and decisively to a guest on his show, he's not rude to callers (unless they're idiots), and though passionate, he doesn't get overly emotional about topics like a certain 60 year old former Vanderbilt reporter *cough*Skip Bayless*cough*. He also likes the Seahawks, but that's neither here nor there. Nonetheless, I was surprised to hear this conversation with Jason Whitlock: http://espn.go.com/espnradio/play?id=10332810
For those of you that haven't heard it, I really recommend that you do, it's very insightful and intelligent.
If you don't want to, here's a summary: Sherman's a great player, you have to have the mentality he showed in that interview to be as great as he is, people say they want emotion and when they get it they lash out at it, and if the refs let the Seahawks play, this could be a blowout.
(side note: if you're from MHR, you may NOT want to listen to it)
It's an interesting idea. If you'd like to listen to it, I'd like to hear your ideas about the conversation.