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Tag:Podcast
Posted on: September 16, 2011 10:57 am
Edited on: September 16, 2011 11:00 am
 

Podcast: NFLPA lawsuit, Tebow billboard, media

We did another Two Guys and a Podcast, and we talked a whole lot of Jason Whitlock. The guy fascinates me, and I make no apologies about that. A praying mantis fascinates me, too. So does a grand-daddy longlegs. My kid picks those up with his bare hands, you know -- a praying mantis and a spider. Not a Whitlock.

Shaddup.

Anyway, we also talked about the retired players suing the NFLPA, Broncos fans buying a billboard for Tim Tebow, Twitter and how Boise State is not like Miami.

Listen by hitting play below and don't forgot to Subscribe via iTunes!

If you can't listen to the podcast, download it here.


Category: NFL
Tags: Podcast
 
Posted on: August 31, 2011 12:13 pm
Edited on: August 31, 2011 12:27 pm
 

2 Guys, Podcast: Arian Foster on Twitter, fantasy

We are podcasting like crazy.

This time, Arian Foster, running back of the Houston Texans, joins Two Guys and a Podcast to talk about Twitter and fantasy football.

Oh and his hamstring. Because we're not totally sick.

Listen by hitting play below and don't forgot to Subscribe via iTunes!

If you can't listen to the podcast, download it here.


Posted on: August 31, 2011 12:13 pm
Edited on: August 31, 2011 12:27 pm
 

2 Guys, Podcast: Arian Foster on Twitter, fantasy

We are podcasting like crazy.

This time, Arian Foster, running back of the Houston Texans, joins Two Guys and a Podcast to talk about Twitter and fantasy football.

Oh and his hamstring. Because we're not totally sick.

Listen by hitting play below and don't forgot to Subscribe via iTunes!

If you can't listen to the podcast, download it here.


Posted on: August 30, 2011 8:51 pm
Edited on: August 31, 2011 11:45 am
 

2 Guys and a Podcast: Danny Sheridan talks bagman

Danny Sheridan says he's sorry. He's sorry he ever opened his mouth about Auburn. Sorry he said a word about Cam Newton and the infamous bagman who paid Newton (allegedly) to go to Auburn.

Do I believe him? Sure. I believe Sheridan is sorry he spoke about this stuff, because USA Today isn't thrilled that their oddsmaker guy who makes odds is making headlines for bizarre reasons. I believe his reputation is taking a beating, and I believe he's starting to realize that.

Do I believe he knows who the bagman is, or even that there is a bagman? Nope. I believe all of this was a ploy for attention for his real job -- and now that the attention has gotten out of control, Danny Sheridan is sorry he ever brought it up.

I said something along those lines to Sheridan in this edition of Two Guys and a Podcast -- and when I did, he complimented me! True story.

Will Brinson, meanwhile, was merciless in his pursuit of the truth. You'll know what I'm talking about when Brinson asks the most blunt question of the podcast. Good thing the question was for Sheridan, not me, because I swallowed my tongue at that point.

Listen by hitting play below and don't forgot to Subscribe via iTunes!

If you can't listen to the podcast, download it here.

Posted on: August 22, 2011 4:58 pm
Edited on: August 22, 2011 5:30 pm
 

Podcast with Charles Robinson of Yahoo! Sports

So we had a special guest, reporting wrecking-ball Charles Robinson of Yahoo!, which made it a banner day for Two Guys and a Podcast if not a banner day for punctuation in this sentence. What with the exclamation mark after Yahoo! and yet the sentence wasn't over. It happened again!

Sigh.

Anyway ...

The whole podcast is on the Miami scandal, but once we kicked C-Rob to the curb we might have gone in on Dan Le Batard and Jason Whitlock a little bit. Maybe. You better listen and find out!

All that and much, much more just by hitting play below. Also, Subscribe via iTunes!

If you can't listen to the podcast, download it here.






Posted on: August 9, 2011 12:35 pm
Edited on: August 9, 2011 12:44 pm
 

Podcast: Tebow, religion and Noah's wildebeests

My buddy @willbrinson and I did another installment of Two Guys and a Podcast, where we laughed at the litigious segment of the North Carolina fanbase, hypocriticately blasted Twitter use by young men (well, I did) and also spent some time on Tim Tebow's faith. I believe the highlight of the show comes when I -- of course it was me! -- said the following:

"There are people out there who really believe there were two wildebeests on that damn ark."

It's all downhill from there. Listen by hitting play below. Also, Subscribe via iTunes and we'll be friends.



Posted on: August 2, 2011 12:37 pm
Edited on: August 2, 2011 12:42 pm
 

Podcasting on Butch, Moss, Schefter (!)

Two Guys and a Podcast returns, and other than the normal sports-talk about Randy Moss' retirement, Butch Davis' ethics and blah blah blah ... we got down to brass tacks:

I have a crush on Jay Bilas. I could post up Adam Schefter and think he's arrogant on Twitter. I approve of John Clayton's twitter persona. That sort of stuff. MUCH better than the normal sports blah-blah-blah ... though if you like blah-blah, Two Guys and a Podcast provides that too!

Something for everyone, is my point.

Here.





Category: NFL
Tags: Podcast
 
Posted on: July 27, 2011 5:29 pm
 

I have a podcast! Well, we have a podcast

Once upon a time I had a podcast here, something cleverly called the Oddcast, which apparently was the name of maybe 25 other podcasts on iTunes. Well, I have a new podcast here, and this time I went for a more original title:

Two Guys and a Podcast.

What? Say it. SAY IT.

Anyway ...

My man Will Brinson and I debuted our new podcast today with Kevin Love, but make no mistake. The title is Two Guys and a Podcast, and Brinson and I are the two guys in question. Which means Kevin Love is the podcast. No, wait, that's not right. He's the, umm, oh shaddup and listen OK?

And thank you.

Here's the podcast.




Hit the play button below -- iTunes availability coming soon!

If you can't view the podcast, click here to download .

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