I couldn't stand hearing those two JOURNALISTS talking as if they knew all about everything in the world of sports and saying it at a decible level that is just obsurd. I know they are supposed to "discuss" a subject and take opposite sides (or at least it seemed that way), but I think they just nullified each other and there was never a real constructive solution to any of their debates. You come out of it right where you started.
Woody was funny, and would even admit when he was wrong. He also didn't have this air the he always had to be right and was all knowing. Even by the way he spoke he was inviting and entertaining. He also wasn't an enternal homer for certain teams and players.