Welcome to a special Thanksgiving week edition of Deep Dish Sports with The Iceman Brandon Cohn.

This Week's show includes a discussion about UTEP football coach Mike Price retiring, and his legacy.

Notre Dame is now the number 1 team in the nation, can they beat USC and go to the BCS National Championship game?

We also discuss the Dallas Cowboys and their overtime win against the Browns, as well as their Thanksgiving day game vs. the Redskins.

The program concludes when we talk about UTEP basketball facing Oklahoma in the Old Spice Classic on Thanksgiving, as well as their ESPN top 25 Recruit Isaac Hamilton.

My special thanks to KVIA Channel 7 Assignment and Multimedia Manager Chris Babcock for joining me on this week's program.  If you would like to contact Chris, you can email him at chrisb@kvia.com, follow him on Twitter @cbabcock1, or friend him on Facebook at Chris Babcock.

If you would like to contact the Iceman, email me at bcohn@krod.com, follow me on Twitter @buddies1023, or friend me on Facebook at Brandon Cohn.  Don't forget to listen to Crunchtime every Saturday from 10-1pm on 600 ESPN El Paso.

 

"I think what Coach Price did most importantly, is legitimize the UTEP program as a whole."

"If you look back at the last 50, 60 years at UTEP, you'll only going to pick 2 or 3 years out.  You're only going to pick 66'-67', you're going to pick the 2000 season, and you're going to pick the Mike Price years.  The fact that he's staying here, I think he's a continuance of what Coach Haskins did, he understands the community, he knows how much the community loves him, and he's going to give back."