Welcome back to another edition of Rock, Paper, Scissors inside Stool Streams Stadium. After making its debut last week, it's time for Week 2 of this classic game. On an exciting note, the Progressive Jackpot via the Play Barstool app has rolled over to $1,500 for today's broadcast. All you have to do is download the app, make your picks, and you're officially in the running for the cash. Before we begin our breakdown of this week's matchups, let's remind you of the rules for today's broadcast:
- Each match will be best 2-out-of-3 sets, first to 10 wins (no win by 2)
- Players must say "Rock, Paper, Scissors" out loud and keep their throw under the table at all times
- Players must maintain eye contact throughout the duration of each throw
- Each player has one timeout per match
Match 1 - Jeff D. Lowe vs. KenJac
Storylines: Lights, Camera, Rock, Paper, Scissors! It's a head-to-head matchup between movie nuts to start off today's broadcast. Both Jeff D. Lowe and KenJac are set to make their RPS season debuts inside the Triple S today. The thing I am watching out for in this match is the mind games between this pair of opponents. They obviously know each other inside and out after being podcast co-hosts and sitting next to each other in the office. Which of these gentlemen will win the Golden Globe (in the form of a RPS win)?
Match 2 - Smitty vs. MRags
Storylines: Speaking of opponents who know each other very well, the same goes in our second match today. Smitty and MRags are Barstool Gametime buddies, but the biggest question here is how far Smitty is willing to go in terms of his Triple S shenanigans. Every time Smitty competes in Stool Streams, he usually tries to win the mental battle against his opponents. Is the same game plan in place against his friend MRags?
Match 3 - Rudy vs. Frank The Tank
Storylines: What a couple of weeks it has been for Frank "The Tank" Fleming. Three weeks ago, the Fleming Curse was extinguished via Jenga. Since then, he started off his RPS career 1-0 (with a sweep over Billy) AND received the news that the New York Mets decided to not renew the contract of former manager Luis Rojas. In case you're new here, Frank DOES NOT like Luis Rojas at all. Since Day 1 of this MLB season, he has been calling for his firing. Luckily, he got his wish on Monday.