The SuperFooty Podcast - Round 10
CHRIS Judd's retirement was the talking point in this week's SuperFooty podcast.
Huddo is joined by Jon Anderson and Jon Ralph as we reflect on the career of the dual Brownlow medallist.
Ando shares a story of watching a schoolboy Judd tearing it up for Caulfield Grammar while Jon Ralph, who was at Tuesday morning's press conference, believes there may be greater things in store for the former West Coast and Carlton legend now he's hung up his boots.
Also, the boys take a look at the Blues post-Juddy - the lack of leadership and the question of whether Carlton has bottomed out.
"Cripps will be captain of Carlton, I'll make a prediction now, within two years," one podcast member says.
In the second segment we take a look around the AFL.
Richmond's win on Friday night had plenty of talking points - from the "niggly" Tigers to the Freo losing a man Ando believes may be their "most important" player.
And we ask Huddo about how hard it can be to commentate certain teams and players.
"It's very hard not to talk about Nat Fyfe when you're calling," Huddo admits.
Another panel member had his say on the Freo-Richmond callers.
"I just think Basil lost his way on Friday night."
The Pies are fourth on the table but are they a false top-four team - having beaten the bottom four teams on the table?
Plus Ralphy expands on the 'Boring Bombers' and more on this week's SuperFooty podcast.