(00:00-26:38) – The show opens on a Wednesday with Dan sharing his frustration with the way society is reacting to Tony Dungy and Mike Tirico having differences of opinion. Dam also talks briefly on the ALCS being set and the White Sox falling to the Houston Astros. Plus, Dan examines further the Colts defensive performance against the Baltimore Ravens a few nights ago. (26:39-32:56) – Dan looks at the dominance of Lamar Jackson in the 2nd half of the Colts Monday Night loss to the Ravens. (32:57-34:02) – Hour number one ends with Dan reviewing a prediction about the Colts future made by Colts owner Jim Irsay. (34:03-56:01) – The Voice of the Houston Texans Marc Vandermeer stops by to take us Behind Enemy Lines and learn about the play of the Houston Texans over the last few weeks. Marc also goes over what the Colts can expect on Sunday from Houston on both sides of the ball and, specifically, rookie QB Davis Mills. (56:02-1:10:34) – Dan look more at the Colts matchup against the Houston Texans. Plus, more on Jon Gruden resigning and the way the media and society reacted to Mike Tirico and Tony Dungy sharing their experiences with Gruden before all of his emails came out. (1:10:35-1:14:16) – The second hour concludes with Dan taking a call on Jon Gruden and looking ahead to the rest of today's show. (1:14:17-1:44:50) – Our pal Jason Benetti drops by to recap the 2021 Chicago White Sox season after falling in 4 games to the Houston Astros in the ALDS. Benetti also tells us about the college football broadcast he's on this week. Plus, he and Dan talk about what tv shows they've been watching lately. (1:44:51-1:52:57) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 joins the program to share his thoughts on the Colts collapse at the hands of the Baltimore Ravens this past Monday. Chapp and Dan try to identify the major problems with this team and if they are solvable this season. (1:52:58-1:53:54) – Wednesday's show ends with Dan sharing the results from the Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of the JCook Plays of the Day. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gone Gruden, Smash Mouth's show stopper, Tyga troubles, new Cameos, Texas v. Mandates, John Cusack v. Barstool Chicago, and WATP Karl joins us to co-regulate.The NFL office really didn't like Jon Gruden's emails that they found in their Washington Football Team investigation. The Las Vegas Raiders coach decided to resigned.Hunter Biden is killing it in the art world.Karl from WATP joins us to co-regulate 4D with Demi Lovato, the embarrassment that is Madonna, roast Berning In Hell with Hannah Berner, introduce us to Hey Poopy and point out Howard Stern's tech issues.Playboy has dudes on their covers these days.Detroit City Council has totally fixed the towing situation in Detroit now that everyone seems to be indicted.Football: MNF was a great watch last night. Marc sweated his bet all game. (use promo code DMP). Frank Ragnow is hurt. Quintez Cephus is hurt. Jeff Okudah is hurt. Romeo Okwara is hurt. The Lions are bad.Steve Harwell of Smash Mouth is retiring. He says it's due to health... but it's clear he's a mess.Barstool Sports Chicago decided John Cusack shouldn't cheer for the White Sox.A guy that pretended he was Superman on TV comments on the son of Superman being bi-sexual.The US wants vaccine mandates. Texas does not want mandates.The Brooklyn Nets don't want a part-time point guard.Tyga arrested for felony domestic violence. He seems to be totally broke. Jerry Jones, Tony Dungy and Mike Tirico have Jon Gruden's back.Boring Austin Green is overdoing it on DWTS.MGK & Megan Fox have surpassed Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell as the hot new celebrity power couple.Cameo has welcomed a new roster of celebrities who need YOUR money.Congrats to Al Allen and Susan Whitall for making the Michigan Journalist Hall of Fame. Al was on Let it Rip and he didn't allow anyone else to let it rip.Southwest Airlines is straining to do some explaining. They totally ruined Kimberly Romano's wedding.Drew is planning his excuse to get out of his WATP's appearance.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
On this week's episode of Bills Pod Squad, NBC Sports broadcaster Mike Tirico joins Kim Pegula and Maddy Glab as a guest to preview the Week 5 AFC Championship rematch between the Bills and Chiefs. Tirico talks about his connections to the Western New York community and his illustrious broadcasting career including the best & most exciting events he's covered. He explains all the prep work that goes into hosting Football Night in America and calling a game on SNF plus much more. And a surprise guest joins the episode as well.
(00:00-23:09) – Friday's show opens with Dan repping a crown and a cape as King Dan makes an appearance for the first time in a LONG long time. Dan gives his initial thoughts on Colts-Rams, Purdue not being able to bring the “World's Largest Drum” to Notre Dame, and Indiana against Cincinnati. Later, Dan plays some audio and reviews the Colts injury report. (23:10-39:23) – WIBC's Jason Hammer of The Hammer and Nigel Show joins the program to take us through his best bets for the massive sports weekend, including picks for IU-Cincinnati, Purdue-Notre Dame, and Rams-Colts. (39:24-1:02:58) – The Fan's own Kevin Bowen of The Fan Morning Show stops by to share his thoughts on the massive college sports weekend across the state including Notre Dame-Purdue and Indiana-Cincinnati. KB also talks on Colts-Seahawks and where he feels the keys to an Indy victory lie. (1:02:59-1:15:22) – Back from the dead is ALL DAY or NO WAY, a segment where show producer Jimmy Cook poses statements and questions to Dan, and DD either agrees or disagrees. Topics include Colts-Rams, Hard Knocks, a potential 0-2 start, and Purdue's “World's Largest Drum”. (1:15:23-1:18:04) – The second hour closes with Dan talking more on the Colts and looking ahead to the rest of today's show. (1:18:05-1:47:26) – Dan gives more of his thoughts on the state of the Colts and his desire for toughness in the organization. Friend of the show Mike Tirico of NBC Sports joins the program to preview Notre Dame-Purdue. Mike is the voice of Notre Dame Football coverage for NBC and calls the games with future hall of famer Drew Brees. Mike also takes us big picture through NFL Week 2 and gives an impassioned speech for Dan to play for the lovely Leigh Ross-Dakich. (1:47:27-1:51:53) – It's our latest edition of DAN vs FAN as Dan and show listener Big Glenn pick the spread on a list of NFL games chosen by Jimmy. (1:51:54-1:59:59) – Friday's show concludes with DA show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Later, Dan and Jimmy give out their picks for the top games across the state in college football and the NFL. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today's Best of Features: (00:00-19:47) – The Fan's own Kevin Bowen of The Fan Morning Show stops by to share his thoughts on the massive college sports weekend across the state including Notre Dame-Purdue and Indiana-Cincinnati. KB also talks on Colts-Seahawks and where he feels the keys to an Indy victory lie. (19:48-32:01) – Back from the dead is ALL DAY or NO WAY, a segment where show producer Jimmy Cook poses statements and questions to Dan, and DD either agrees or disagrees. Topics include Colts-Rams, Hard Knocks, a potential 0-2 start, and Purdue's “World's Largest Drum”. (32:02-51:50) – Friend of the show Mike Tirico of NBC Sports joins the program to preview Notre Dame-Purdue. Mike is the voice of Notre Dame Football coverage for NBC and calls the games with future hall of famer Drew Brees. Mike also takes us big picture through NFL Week 2 and gives an impassioned speech for Dan to play for the lovely Leigh Ross-Dakich. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On Today's Dan Patrick Show, DP talks to NBC Olympics host Mike Tirico about some of the headlines from the games thus far. NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport checks in from Buccaneers camp. And Ole Miss Head Football Coach Lane Kiffin discusses how NIL and the transfer portal is affecting the sport of College Football. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Mike Tirico tells Dan that he is keeping up with other sports very little. Mike says it is Midnight right now in Tokyo and that he stayed up for this interview, but has to be up in 6 hours. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Don't you think you've had enough of those dang Olympics by now? Why don't you take a freaking break from International Handball or whatever and try some Mind Poison on for size? I mean, Savannah Guthrie and Mike Tirico aren't going to fill you in on all the hot topics like Mark and Jesse will… topics such as the Monastic Lifestyle. Like the SI Swimsuit Issue (hey, SISI - you think that's on purpose?). Topics like Using Your Phone Too Much. If we could do it all again we'd probably talk about the Olympics, but you know how it goes. (PS - If you missed the joke - Savannah and Mike are hosts of the Olympics this year… in case your brain's been rotted from too much Water Polo!)
Here is Show #54 - "RACE AND THE TOKYO OLYMPICS." In this show, I discuss my observations about the initial broadcasting of the Tokyo Olympics on the NBC Television network. First of all, I really enjoy seeing all the thousands of athletes from all the countries around the world competing in so many athletic events. It is truly a CELEBRATION of athleticism on an international and global scale. Second, I truly appreciate how our American athletes are doing their best to represent our country in these Tokyo Olympics. Shout out to NAOMI OSAKA for lighting the torch to start the Tokyo Olympics! WOW! Yet I am CONCERNED when the NBC television network has struggled to show DIVERSITY in its sports broadcasting of sporting events such as the Olympics. Thanks to Mike Tirico and now Maria Taylor (newly hired) to show the DIVERSITY of broadcasting these sporting events on a national basis to our American audience. Wow!! Why did it take so long? What's your opinion? Just check out the Tokyo Olympics for the next 2 weeks and let me know your opinion. Send me your thoughts at: email@example.com . PEACE OUT and ENJOY THE TOKYO OLYMPICS!
(00:00-50:01) – Friday’s show begins with Dan live from Indianapolis Motor Speedway chatting with the founder of Barstool Sports Dave Portnoy who shares stories on how Barstool was started, how it’s stayed successful, and what the future holds for them. Also, Dave talks on his initiative during the Covid-19 pandemic that helped small businesses all over the country. Other topics include what Dave still has on his list of goals, the expectations for Barstool Sportsbook, and a smorgasbord of other topics. (50:02-1:02:48) – With everything back on schedule we return from break with a visit from Indy’s own Jake Query of the IMS Radio Network. Jake takes us through what it’s like to be a part of the Indy 500 broadcast and how he prepares for it all. Jake also takes us through surviving a heart attack he suffered last year and how he’s recovered and tried to help people be aware of the signs and signals. (1:02:49-1:18:27)– WIBC’s Jason Hammer of the Hammer and Nigel Show stops by to share a new game he has called because of Dan Dakich, where he takes Indy Star headlines and adds “Because of Dan Dakich” to the end of the headline. Hammer also reveals his plans for the race and shares some of his best bets for the Greatest Spectacle in Racing. (1:18:28-1:26:23) – Dan talks with show producer Jimmy Cook about who they have selected to win the Indy 500. Plus, Dan reminds fans to come out to the track if they can as he’s live from the Speedway for Carb Day. (1:26:24-1:54:15) – Our friend Mike Tirico of NBC Sports joins Dan live at IMS to share some stories from his time covering the event, what it feels like to be back at live sports with fans in attendance, and how he prepares to host the Greatest Spectacle in Racing. Also, Dan and Mike discuss how procedures during the pandemic will benefit the fan experiences at sports venues across the country. (1:54:16-2:05:16) – Mike Tirico returns for another segment as Jimmy asks him and Dan questions from this week’s All Day or No Way list. Topics include Pacers head coach Nate Bjorkgren, Carson Wentz, and the Indy 500 to name a few. (2:05:17-2:10:14) – Friday’s show concludes with Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today’s edition of the JCook Plays of the Day. Also, Dan shares his final thoughts heading into the 105th Running of the Indianapolis 500. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today’s Best of Features: (00:00-49:52) – Dan chats with the founder of Barstool Sports Dave Portnoy who shares stories on how Barstool was started, how it’s stayed successful, and what the future holds for them. Also, Dave talks on his initiative during the Covid-19 pandemic that helped small businesses all over the country. Other topics include what Dave still has on his list of goals, the expectations for Barstool Sportsbook, and a smorgasbord of other entertaining topics. (49:53-1:17:05) – Our friend Mike Tirico of NBC Sports joins Dan live at IMS to share some stories from his time covering the event, what it feels like to be back at live sports with fans in attendance, and how he prepares to host the Greatest Spectacle in Racing. Also, Dan and Mike discuss how procedures during the pandemic will benefit the fan experiences at sports venues across the country. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Start your summer by cruising with the windows down, the wind blowing through your hair and a smile on your face. That’s how Indy fans prefer their Memorial Day too. 1. Move over Gatorade; milk is the drink of the winners at International Motor Speedway. The tradition that involves the winner swigging milk began in 1936 with Louis Meyer, whose go-to drink after a win was a refreshing glass of milk. An overjoyed milk executive spotted the act, and the rest is history. 2. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is also known as the Brickyard. It’s called the Brickyard because the track used to be made of bricks, which are still exposed under the asphalt at the start-finish line. It’s a tradition for the drivers to kiss these bricks before the race. We cannot confirm or deny if that’s where cold sores come from. 3. The race isn’t just for men. In its history, 10 women have raced at Indy, with Danica Patrick setting the record for the highest finishing position for a woman with a third-place finish in 2005. She is also the first woman to ever lead a lap at the Indy 500. Making history this race is the Paretta Autosport team with driver Simona de Silvestro. The team, which consists of mostly women, became the first female driver/owner duo in IndyCar Series history to qualify for the Indianapolis 500. 4. While you might not be familiar with the Indy 500, there will be familiar faces on the broadcast with retired IndyCar and NASCAR (National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing) driver Danica Patrick joining Mike Tirico and retired NASCAR (and current Indy Car road course driver) Jimmie Johnson in the booth. This year’s race is all about the youth movement, but six-time Indy 500 winner Scott “Iceman” Dixon beat out Colton Herta, the 21-year-old American, and Rinus VeeKay, 20, for pole position (i.e., the best place to start the race). 5. Something you never thought you’d want to know, yet here we are. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is considered one of the world’s largest spectator facilities with more than 250,000 permanent seats and average attendance at the Indy 500 of 300,000. Only 135,000 fans will be in attendance for this year’s race. The infield is 253 acres, which usually (in non-COVID years) hosts an EDM concert in the Snake Pit and includes a golf course. Churchill Downs, Yankee Stadium, Rose Bowl Stadium, Vatican City, the Taj Mahal, the White House, Liberty Island and the Roman Colosseum could simultaneously fit inside the Speedway. For the summer booklist and to shop Last Night's Game swag, visit lastnightsgame.com
Adam starts off this week's episode with a few updates from around the league. Next, NBC Sports' Mike Tirico joins the show to preview some of the most intriguing matchups after the NFL season schedules were released. Mike also shares some insight and perspective on the Aaron Rodgers situation, his career journey, and more.
Adam starts off this week's episode with a few updates from around the league. Next, NBC Sports' Mike Tirico joins the show to preview some of the most intriguing matchups after the NFL season schedules were released. Mike also shares some insight and perspective on the Aaron Rodgers situation, his career journey, and more.
This Washington Football Talk begins with JP Finlay, Mitch Tischler and Pete Hailey each giving a prediction about the Burgundy and Gold's schedule — the full thing will be released this Wednesday — before tossing to the first of two interviews in this installment, which features the legendary Mike Tirico. While talking with Tirico, the guys get his thoughts on where Washington is going and how they fit into the NFC East, why he's confident that Ryan Fitzpatrick can get it done under center, what he made of Chase Young as a rookie and a few other topics. They also have Tirico preview the upcoming Preakness as well as his role in the upcoming Tokyo Olympics. After that, you'll get the trio's interview with Brian Hall. Who's Brian Hall, you ask? Oh, just the guy who sat in Roger Goodell's recliner on the first night of the NFL Draft. You'll enjoy Brian's recounting of that experience. If you like podcasts where Mitch asks Mike Tirico a truly hard-hitting, drinks-related question and you get an exclusive review of the commissioner's furniture, then this is the episode for you.
The Valvanos kick off this Monday after Derby talking about the adventures they had trying to record a Mike Tirico interview. The guys react to serendipitous stories of Derby wagering from The Deener Show, and Produce joins to talk about how he won his first ever Derby experience and possibly annoyed Uncle Andy. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the First Hour Stoke and Zach react to more news on Aaron Rodgers as Mike Tirico spoke with the League MVP at the Kentucky Derby. The guys also hear from George Paton in his Post-Draft Presser. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dan weighs in further on the rift between Aaron Rodgers and the Packers. Mike Tirico joins the show to discuss this weekend's Kentucky Derby. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
April 30, 2021 ~ The NBC Sports Anchor & Reporter talks to Paul about the Kentucky Derby and says he's looking forward to a great race and a return to some normalcy as people are able to gather again in person for the event.
(00:00-24:48) – Dan opens the show remembering the life of Brody Stevens on the four year anniversary of his passing at the age of 8 due to complications from a viral infection after having beat leukemia twice. Dan also apologizes to anybody he has let down or upset and says he will continue to try and make a difference. (24:49-42:58) – Callers join the program to show their support for Dan and the way he’s shared the inspirational stories of Brody Stevens and others over the years. Callers also share their personal experiences and losses of loved ones they have experienced in their lives. (42:59-44:09) – Dan quickly closes hour number one by reading a text he received and looking ahead to the next hour. (44:10-1:08:03) – Our guy Mike Tirico stops by to give us an update for Kentucky Derby weekend as he’ll be hosting the broadcast live from Churchill Downs on NBC and NBC Sports Network. (1:08:04-1:21:09)– The new senior writer for Colts.com JJ Stankevitz drops by the show to take us through his insights headed into the start of the first round of the NFL Draft for the Colts. (1:21:10-1:27:58) – The second hour of the show concludes with Dan continuing to celebrate Brody Stevens on the 4 year anniversary of his passing. Dan also reads email from listeners who deeply relate to Brody’s story. (1:27:59-1:53:13) – The play by play voice of the Colts Matt Taylor visits to take us through his thoughts on the Colts game plan headed into tonight’s 1st Round of the NFL Draft. Matt also shares whether or not he thinks the Colts will actually make a selection in the first round this year (something they haven’t done since 2018). (1:53:14-2:05:04) – Our friend Mike Wells of ESPN drops by to share his final thoughts on the Colts draft outlook prior to the start of the NFL Draft tonight. (2:05:05-2:11:44) – Wednesday’s show concludes with Dan asking show producer Jimmy Cook for today’s edition of the JCook Parlay of the Day. Also, Dan closes out the day by continuing to celebrate Brody Stevens and by thanking the fans of the show. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today’s Best of Features: (00:00-22:19) – Our guy Mike Tirico stops by to give us an update for Kentucky Derby weekend as he’ll be hosting the broadcast live from Churchill Downs on NBC and NBC Sports Network. (22:20-35:09) – The new senior writer for Colts.com JJ Stankevitz drops by the show to take us through his insights headed into the start of the first round of the NFL Draft for the Colts. (35:10-51:14) – The play by play voice of the Colts Matt Taylor visits to take us through his thoughts on the Colts game plan headed into tonight’s 1st Round of the NFL Draft. Matt also shares whether or not he thinks the Colts will actually make a selection in the first round this year (something they haven’t done since 2018). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mike Tirico previews the 147th Kentucky Derby, the favorites entering Saturday's race, the Browns' positioning entering the NFL Draft and whether Notre Dame linebacker Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah should be a player they focus on. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today’s Dan Patrick Show, DP and the guys talk about a bunch of things going on in the sports world, from baseball controversy to the Masters, to the NFL draft. Mike Tirico, who checks in from Augusta talks about the first round yesterday as well as how Bryson DeChambeau is good for the sport of golf. In hour two, Tom Curran clarifies any rumors that the Patriots would move up in the draft to take a quarterback. Keith Hernandez jumps on the show to talk about how he had a problem with the ending as well as what’s will transpire in the coming days. And WWE Superstar The Miz calls in to discuss his match up in Wrestlemania this weekend Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
It’s Masters week… the BEST week in golf! I would have played… but green is not my color. Steve Sands from NBC Sports and the Golf Channel joins me to talk about who might win a green jacket and what kind of game Mike Tirico plays.SHOW NOTESWin an ABT gift card by emailing me your Masters picks as I describe them in this episode. If you’re one of the first five with a player who finishes in the top five, you win!Follow Steve Sands on TwitterFollow the Golf Channel on TwitterFollow The Masters on TwitterSupport the Evans Scholars Foundation however you can! Subscribe to Live From My Office on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.Follow Steve on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn.Win an ABT gift card by emailing me three of your friends emails who you think would like the show, and include your mailing address in the email. Check out the details here.Email the show with any questions, comments, or plugs for your favorite charity.
As the next wave of quarterbacks hold pro days in advance of next month’s NFL Draft, NBC Sports announced its selection of Drew Brees as its analyst for Notre Dame football and Football Night in America. Brees shares when he knew he wanted to become a broadcaster, why he’s excited to join Mike Tirico in … Continued
With Wandavision out the way, we move on to Disney+'s next show: Falcon and The Winter Soldier. We talk about what works and the many, many, things that don't. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-kids-wear-crowns/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kids-wear-crowns/support
March 24, 2021 ~ Full Show WJR Cares Red Cross Virtual Show. Tony Lasher, Regional Disaster Officer for the American Red Cross Michigan Region discusses The Red Cross's role in supporting those who have lost everything. Dr. Gerald Hill, Superintendent of West Bloomfield Schools tells us why some schools are opting to leave funding behind to continue with virtual learning instead of returning to in person. Mike Tirico from NBC sports joins us with a message about the importance of the Red Cross. Bruce Sacerdote, Professor at Dartmouth College breaks down his study on how not all COVID news is bad news and Terry Rhadigan, GM executive Director of Communications and Citizenship talks about the relationship between The Red Cross and General Motors.
Drew Brees will have a successful post NFL Career. Will likely be paired up with Mike Tirico. In today's NCAA tournament Turner and CBS are network quality produced so the NCAA Tournament will always be a success. What make the tournament special is the consumer gets to be its own producer, which is really unique. Sports executives don't always make the most practical decision See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
NBC's Mike Tirico joins Daren Millard (2:30) to talk about how a dinner led to him calling NHL games, his preparation prior to calling his first NHL game, the thrill of working the Lake Tahoe games & being able to navigate the weather delay in Lake Tahoe on the fly. He discusses why he's always been a fan of hockey, the uniqueness of calling hockey games compared to other sports, his relationship with Eddie Olczyk, the prospect of NHL players participating in the Olympics and the pros and cons of a 3 person broadcast booth. He tells us his favorite NHL uniform, what his nickname is, and what he prefers to munch on during a late-night hockey game. After chatting with Mike, Daren talks about the Calgary Flames hiring Darryl Sutter, and what he thinks the key is for the Flames to turn it around. He also makes a pretty bold prediction when looking at the North Division (47:30). He ends the episode with some thoughts and a unique perspective on the passing of Walter Gretzky (54:40).
Nicolle Wallace discusses the breaking news of Tiger Woods' car accident. Plus, former Capitol security officials are pressed on Capitol Hill regarding the January 6th insurrection, and the Biden administration's focus on covid relief and fighting domestic terrorism. Joined by: Gadi Schwartz, Dave Zirin, Mike Lupica, Kavitha Davidson, Elizabeth Neumann, Garrett Haake, Carol Leonnig, Steve Patterson, Jimmy Roberts, Jemele Hill, Cedric Richmond, Mike Tirico, and Steve Sands
SVP and Stanford Steve are joined by Jeff Saturday as he goes down memory lane discussing what it was like to finally beat the Patriots, preparing for the Super Bowl, celebrating with his family & more. Stanford Steve talks about going on a recruiting visit at UNC and his host was none other than Jeff Saturday. Plus, SVP has a Super Bowl story about Chris Berman, Tom Jackson, Mike Tirico and himself.
(0:00) “Big Daddy” Rich Salgado joins the show to discuss his new podcast, professional athletes going broke, and Tom Brady being in the Super Bowl once again. (19:00) The guys take calls on Amendola vs. Belichick and discuss whether Amendola is fair to complain about taking pay cuts. (29:00) Mike Tirico calls into the show and discusses the start of the Bruins season, Rodney Harrison’s comments on Cam Newton, Tom Brady being in the Super Bowl once again, and calling games during the pandemic. (42:00) Today’s Takeaways See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Florio and Charean Williams discuss Robert Saleh's second interview with the Jets and what the benefits of hiring a defensive coach could be. They also react to the Broncos hiring George Paton as the team's new General Manager. Plus, Mike Tirico, Tony Dungy, Rodney Harrison, and Florio preview the NFC and AFC divisional rounds this weekend.
Florio and Charean react to photos that surfaced of Dwayne Haskins maskless at a strip club on Sunday. Michael David Smith joins the show for Week 15 Awards. Plus, Mike Tirico, Tony Dungy, Rodney Harrison and Florio break down the AFC playoff picture heading into Week 16.
Episode 324 of the Sports Illustrated Media Podcast features two interviews. First up is Mike Tirico from NBC Sports. Tirico talks about still having a heavy workload through the pandemic, how hard it is to call blowouts, the NFL blocking him from calling "Thursday Night Football" when he left ESPN, succeeding Al Michaels on "Sunday Night Football" and his relationship with Al, whether NFL play-by-play broadcasters are too easy on referees and much more. Kornacki discusses his appearance on NBC's "Football Night in America," where he broke down the NFL playoff picture, how much prep he had to do for the gig, the most difficult part of working Election Night, whether sports or politics is more tribal, whether he owns a pair of jeans and if he has a rivalry with John King. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Kathleen opens the show with a freshly poured spicy bloody Mary, mixed with Sausage Tree Irish vodka in her favorite Imo’s Pizza pint glass. DOLLY PARTON QUOTE: Kathleen reads a Dolly Parton quote involving men’s intentions and her own female intuition. “BAD GOOD FOOD”: In her quest for new and delicious not-so-nutritious junk food, Kathleen describes to listeners the taste of Hershey’s Kisses new limited edition Sugar Cookie candy, which she samples for the first time while recording the Pubcast and immediately realizes that the candy doesn’t pair well with a bloody Mary. Kathleen recovers and tells listeners that the newly released Gingerbread Oreo cookies will get anyone in the holiday spirit even during a pandemic, and if those don’t make you break out your reindeer bells she recommends Cheetos White Cheddar Snowflakes (which actually pair well with everything that Kathleen drinks ☺)KATHLEEN’S QUEENS GET BUSY: Kathleen follows up on her story from EP 17 regarding Cher traveling to Pakistan over Thanksgiving to meet an elephant named Kaavan. Cher has been lobbying to relocate the pachyderm from its most recent home at the Islamabad Zoo to a sanctuary in Cambodia, and she flew to meet and serenade Kaavan before his departure for his new home. Stevie Nicks announced this week that she has sold a majority of her publishing catalog to publisher Primary Wave for a reported $100 million. Kathleen goes off on Stevie for selling her precious hits that Kathleen loves so dearly, and is upset to advise listeners that along with the catalog purchase, Primary Wave also has access to Nicks’s name and likeness, and has established a partnership with the singer to allow her to sign new songwriters in a joint venture. Kathleen finishes her rant telling listeners that she’s considering starting a Go-Fund-Me for Stevie to prevent further insane decisions in the future on behalf of her most devoted fans. HOLIDAY CHRISMAS MOVIE TIME: Kathleen has become somewhat addicted to the cheesy nature of Hallmark Christmas movies, disclosing to listeners that she watches at least one movie every night during the holiday season. She has branched out from the original Hallmark Channel to also watch holiday movies on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Channel, Lifetime, and Netflix. Kathleen has created her “Good” and “Bad” list of common themes in the majority of these movie plots, DEATH OF A SLIM JIM: In keeping with her gas station food palette, Kathleen tells listeners that she LOVES Slim Jim jerky snacks, and is extremely sad to hear that the inventor of the Slim Jim recently passed away from complications of COVID-19. Alonzo “Lon” T. Adams II died at the age of 95 in North Carolina, and spent the better part of his 25+ year career at GoodMark Foods perfecting the current recipe for the classic Slim Jim. ANIMALS MOST LIKELY TO KILL YOU BY STATE: Kathleen continues with the new segment of the Pubcast: Animals Most Likely to Kill You (By State), as reported by the Center for Disease Control. If you live in Arkansas or Idaho and die by animal encounter, you’ve most likely run into a bear. FEMALE FANS AND THE NFL: Kathleen is alarmed when she reads to listeners the recent comments from NBC NFL sportscaster Cris Collinsworth regarding women’s knowledge of football. While broadcasting a recent Pittsburgh Steelers game, Collinsworth stated that he was “blown away” by the questions from female fans of the team, which came across as extremely sexist when he insinuated that female fans don’t have a lot of general knowledge about how football is played. Kathleen tells listeners that the irony of those comments is that Collinsworth has worked with veteran sideline reporter Michele Tafoya for years now, and he has also worked on segments involving female NFL coaches. Kathleen boasts that her favorite sportscasters include Greg Gumbel, Bob Ley, and Mike Tirico, and that she and her mom beat her dad every week in the family NFL pool proving that women actually DO use their football knowledge in the Madigan family tree. TIGER BITE AT BIG CAT RESCUE: Like many listeners, Kathleen was obsessed with the Netflix documentary “Tiger King” about private zoo owner Joe Exotic and his feud with Carole Baskin from Tampa-based Big Cat Rescue. Baskin’s big cat sanctuary has come back into the national news last week when a volunteer nearly had her arm torn off by a tiger. Kathleen reviews the circumstances surrounding the incident, and also Baskin’s two dismal performances on Season 29 of ABC’s reality show “Dancing With the Stars.” AIRLINES VS EMOTIONAL SUPPORT ANIMALS: As a frequent flier, Kathleen has strong feelings regarding Emotional Support Animals flying on commercial planes. Until November 2020, the federal government had no law regarding emotional support animals, which effectively required airlines to accommodate any animal that was presented with appropriate documentation from a doctor as a service animal. Airlines maintain that the old policy under the Air Carrier Access Act had been abused and was dangerous to flight crews and passengers, and as a result US Department of Transportation has ruled that only dogs qualify as service animals. Kathleen secretly loved seeing strange Support Animals in the airport every week, including kangaroos, monkeys, and the infamous peacock that made national news when its owner said she couldn’t fly without it. ZOMBIE MINK: Kathleen reads an article from Denmark where several thousand mink carcasses rose from the ground weeks after being buried. Denmark is one of the mink capitals of the world supplying pelts for the global fur industry, and these particular group of weasels were believed to be carriers of the COVID-19 virus. Kathleen evaluates the horror experienced by locals at the sight of the dead animals. 2020 CHRISTMAS STAR: Kathleen tells listeners of a rare occurrence set to take place December 21st, 2020 when Jupiter and Saturn will cross paths and appear to be a mega-star, or “Christmas Star.” Historians believe that the Three Wise Men tracking the birth of Jesus could have been following a similar celestial event, rather than the recorded “Star of Nazareth.”JESUS’ CHILDHOOD HOME DISCOVERED: Kathleen shares breaking news from Jerusalem with listeners, where archaeologists believe to have discovered the childhood home of Jesus. MYSTERY OF THE WEEK: Kathleen discusses the mystery behind the buried treasure of New York City gangster Dutch Schultz. Three groups of treasure hunters are looking for the missing loot, and PBS has released the documentary “Secrets Of The Dead: Gangster’s Gold” detailing the history of Schultz, and the hunt for his missing fortune.
The Steelers beat the Ravens last night, but you wouldn't have known that by watching Mike Tomlin's postgame press conference. And some bad news for Bud Dupree.Roger Goodell spoke to Mike Tirico at halftime yesterday and told him the NFL does not have plans for a playoff bubble.Deshaun Watson is already lobbying for the Texans to re-sign Will Fuller.
Florio and Charean Williams react to Brett Favre's comments about Nick Foles and Carson Wentz and Doug Pederson's response. They also discuss Bruce Arians' comments about wanting fewer snaps for Antonio Brown this week. Plus, Football Pod in America returns with Mike Tirico, Rodney Harrison, Tony Dungy and Florio.
On today's show, Pat and the boys preview tonight's Thursday Night Football game between the Packers and 49ers and give a couple of predictions for the game and also chat about Pat's appearance last night on WWE NXT and the hell he raised. Joining the show is 9 Year NFL Vet at Defensive Back, cohost of the Man-To-Man Pod, Everything DB, friend of the program, Darius Butler. Pat and Darius chat about tonight's game and he gives a couple of betting leans for Quarterback over/unders, teaches a couple of lessons in DB play, and chats about whether or not he thinks this is Jimmy G's last season in San Francisco (26:33-48:11). Next, former play-by-play announcer of Monday Night Football, and current Notre Dame play-by-play caller, host of the Olympics on NBC, and host of Football Night in America, Mike Tirico joins the show. Pat and Mike chat about his career arc and how he's gotten to where he is, if he thought he'd get to call more games when going to NBC, his thoughts on potentially being paired with Drew Brees in the booth, how special it is working on the Olympics, and much more (51:01-1:15:56). Later, NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero joins Pat and AJ Hawk to give an update about all the different Covid situations going on in the NFL, if tonight's game was ever in jeopardy, and everything else going on in the NFL as we look ahead to week 9 (1:15:58-1:35:58). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow and listen every day on Mad Dog Radio, Sirius XM Channel 82. We appreciate you all for listening, come and laugh with us, cheers.
On Today's Dan Patrick Show, DP takes a look back at the inactivity from the NFL trade deadline. Which NFL team has the advantage going into the stretch run? We're joined by Football Night in America host Mike Tirico, Sunday Night Football Analyst Cris Collinsworth, and NY Times Senior Writer covering the NBA, Marc Stein. Plus, Paul reveals an explosive I-Team Report. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Mike Tirico says that broadcasting with out fans is okay in the NFL stadium because of the piped in sound. Mike tells Dan that broadcasting a college football game feels more natural with a few fans and the school band in the stadium. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
(1:30) Peter King marvels at how the Saints & 49ers have stayed afloat and explains why they are so intriguing over the next couple weeks(7:10) Mike Tirico on NFL power rankings, Trevor Lawrence, and NFL COVID(37:20) Tyler Tynes from The Ringer on the frustration of black football coaches at every level
Florio and Charean Williams break down the Carlos Dunlap trade to Seattle. They also discuss whether or not the Cleveland Browns are better without Odell Beckham Jr. Plus, Mike Tirico, Rodney Harrison, Tony Dungy, and Florio preview Week 8 matchups on Football Pod in America.