Shaquille O'Neal gets into the UCLA arrests in China, and while Shaq says he needs more evidence before getting into the details, the facts show that they handled this situation completely wrong. We also get into the Cavs cold start to the season and the Celtics red hot start, and Shaq says it's too early and that Cleveland is coasting because the season is boring. Plus Shaq weighs in on the brewing feud between Tony Romo and Deion Sanders, and he levels an ESPN host who made a Shaqcast listener's daughter cry on the sports field. We bring back Senselessly Sensitive, of course a big version of Borderline, and we enjoy the return of Shaqeoke. Get into the mix on Twitter using #Shaqcast, follow us on Facebook and Instagram, or email your best stuff to TheBigPodcastWithShaq@gmail.com.