Colton and Jake cover all sports while being correct 100% of the time. These two guys are fans of every Illinois and Wisconsin team so we hit all the bases (sports reference). Studies have shown that this show will improve health and mental clarity (not proven). Welcome to the 815, folks.
Austin Hartsfield joins the show yet again to talk sports, sports and more sports. We talk MLB All Star Game, Kawhi to LAC, and the madness that was the HR Derby. We have not one but TWO MySpace Top 8's: Top 8 Minor League Teams and Top 8 Things That Start with K. Enjoy folks.
Eloy Jimenez breaks Cubs' fans hearts in the Crosstown Cup. State of the Union covers that and some MLB Ballpark rankings. Listener Questions, brought to you by Nick Verstraete, talk about the the crazy NBA events starting with the Finals, then Free Agency and finally the Draft; then Jake breaks down the Stanley Cup Final and the US Open at Pebble. Questions are finished with a pop quiz on the MLB Umpire Tweet of the Week. The boys pick their home run hitters of the week and finish with a MySpace Top 8 of Best Fictional Pets. Watch Mouse Hunt.
Episode 92 brings a little bit of a new intro and a new fan. We talk a lot of baseball because guess what everyone? Its baseball season. Listener Questions involve NBA Finals, Stanley Cup, The Milwaukee Brewers and Andrew McCutchen. We follow that up with our Home Run Hitters of the week and a MySpace Top 8 of Movies We Wish We Were In.
Episode 91 brings a sad State of the Union as the guys talk the end of the Bucks season, the Cubs recent struggles and the fact that football is so far away. Listener Questions brings some talk of the NBA Finals, Stanley Cup, the Lakers Front Office and a great suspension spinzone. After picking their Home Run Hitters of the Week, the guys draft a MySpace Top 8 of Cameos They Want from the great website Cameo.com.
Its called the Taco Bell Episode because Taco Bell gave Colton ZERO energy. But hey, he still did the podcast. What a guy. We record right after the Bucks Game 4 loss, talk Cubs and Sox and a great update from Colton on Bears camp. Listener questions discuss NBA Playoffs, Stanley Cup Final, the 2016 White Sox and Gerald McCoy leaving. We finish with a ton of Thrones talk. Sue us. Its the last week we will ever do this.
State of the Union includes the Bucks in the Eastern Conference Finals, a HUGE Chicago Bears update and what's going on with the Sox and Cubs. Some GR8 Listener Questions include the NBA Lottery, NBA Playoffs, NHL Playoffs and a very real question from a very real listener about Chris Sale. We pick our Homerun Hitters of the week, recap Game of Thrones and have a MySpace Top 8 of Backyard Sports characters.
The ORIGINAL episode 88 is lost in this world somewhere and could be found in the future. Who the fricken heck knows? On THIS episode 88, we talk Bucks, Cubs and Cardinals in our State of the Union. During Listener Questions, we discuss: the NBA Playoffs, NHL Playoffs, Klay Thompson's trip to the movies and some baseball anniversaries. We then introduce our new segment "Home Run Hitters", followed by some HEAVY Game of Thrones spoilers and finish it off with our Top 10 TV Character Power Rankings.
He did it. He won the Masters. We talk Tiger, Bucks and the beginning of baseball. Can Christian Yelich continue this obnoxious run? Pats get a new WR. Chris Sale stinks. Warriors stink. And the NBA and NHL playoffs are full of upsets. Finally, we finish with some heave Game of Thrones talk. We spoil. Get over it.
What an episode. We start it off with a State of the Union and talk about the Cubs and Sox early struggles, the Bucks will win more games than the White Sox and the death of the AAF. Coach Gio from the Rated R Sportscast comes on to talk about his favorite teams, is he cursed, and a draft of all things starting with the letter R. Our listener questions bring up Bryce Harper's return to DC, Kimbrell and Keuchel still being FA's, Sale's payday, LeBron and the Final Four. We finish with a brand new segment "Where Are They Now" that talks about old names on new MLB teams this season. Also Colton catches the flu live on air and still finishes the episode. He is such a hero and should be celebrated.
The title is not lying. This may be our best episode in weeks. We talk everything per usual in the state of the union including: Bears/Packers starting the season, the Bucks continue to roll despite injuries, Cubs and Sox lock up good extensions and Johnny Football is a spark plug. Listener Questions include: NCAA Tournament, Opening Day, Gronk, MLB Star's getting extended, new NFL rule, a typo from a listener and some Nike allegations. We finish with maybe our best segment of all time. A starting five basketball team draft of cartoon characters. It's a real hoot. You wait and see.
Episode 82 is good as fricken heck. State of the Union talks about the Packers losing Randall Cobb and Clay Matthews in free agency, Yu Darvish has a blister and Johnny Manziel is on Colton's beloved Memphis Express. Listener questions include: March Madness, Russ vs the state of Utah, OBJ, Miami's new QB, the BOAT Blake Bortles as a Ram, and the West race in the NBA. Our MySpace Top 8 is the top 8 of Superpowers and we top it off with some Stoner Questions and Hypotheticals. Its sweet.
We're back baby. After a hiatus with Colton moving apartments, the boys are back to talk the new moves the Bucks made, Spring Training starting up and an AAF update. Listener questions include Bryce Harper, NFL Combine, another Sandlot sequel and MORE! We finish with our MySpace Top 8 of Fast Food Joints.
This episode is so much better than our last episode. We talk Machado, the Sox, PECOTA projecting the Cubs to stink, the AAF, Antonio Brown and much, much more. It is AMAZING. MySpace Top 8 of desserts (not deserts) and Colton's Oscar Talk.
This episode stinks. Another flu game for Colton results in some high energy conservation and riggering back-and-forth. We talk sports, sports and more sports. The NBA Trade Deadline, the Bucks acquisition, our new AAF teams, baseball, Kyler Murray and much MORE! Our MySpace Top 8 of Fan Moments finishes off what is being considered as the "Citizen Kane" of early 2019 sports podcast episodes.
Can you blame him? That Super Bowl stunk out loud. Which sucks because this is the first Super Bowl episode we didn't lose. In this week's State of the Union, we talk Nagy getting Coach of the Year, Trubisky being back, and how to fix the MLB. Listener Questions flooded in about the Super Bowl, the NBA in general and if Duke could beat the Knicks. We finish this fine episode with a MySpace Top 8 of Commercials. A recent study has proven that this episode cures baldness and the hiccups.
Austin Hartsfield from the Painting Corners Podcast joins the show as a 3rd co-host this week. For State of the Union, we talk Bucks, baseball and Akiem Hicks' live stream. Listener questions cover the Super Bowl, prop bets, Bryce Harper, MLB Hall of Fame, Anthony Davis, Mascot Attacks and More! We then birth a brand new segment "Quick Pitch" where we come up with plots to fake movie titles and Austin stinks at it. We finish with some hypothetical questions and new movies! It is such a great episode. Seriously.
The 75th installment of this fine show is a doozy. We start off by talking new Bears added to the Pro Bowl and how the Milwaukee Bucks are good as heck at playing basketball. Brandon Perna from the "ThatsGoodSports" YouTube channel joins the show to chat about being a Youtuber, Tom Brady and the Broncos new coaching staff. Listener Questions involve: Miller Park change, Championship Weekend, Todd Gurley, MLB Hall of Fame and more! The final segment is a good one... You just wait. Hypotheticals include: What is the largest animal you can kill by hand?; Would 1000 chickens kill 2 bears?; Lion vs Gorilla; and Colton & Jake vs Manny Pacquiao.
This episode is a good one. That's all you need to know. In the State of the Union, we cover the Nagy/Pace press conference, the Packers incredible Offensive Coordinator hire and the Bucks are still good. Listener Questions cover Clemson's visit to the White House, Kyler Murray to the NFL, Adam Gase's eyeballs and MORE! And yes, what you have heard is true, folks. REAL LIFE Chicago White Sox lefty Caleb Frare joins the show to talk about his life in the big leagues, his chances in high school against Colton, how he should really be dead by now and life growing up in a small town in Montana. We finish with some movie and show talk and of course, our final thoughts.
Well, you guessed it. We talk about the Bears losing. And it stinks. Football is dumb. We chat about the Packers new coaching hire and the Bucks continuing dominance. Listener questions involve: Getting Got by the NY Post, A-Rod's 2001 contract now, the CFB National Championship game, other new NFL coaching hires and more! We revisit our old friend Derrick Rose to tell him to cool it and finish with the MySpace Top 8 of Heartbreaks.
We recorded this on New Years Day, so we were a little hungover so give us a break on the lack of energy. We chat a little about the Bears going into the playoffs, Packers going into the offseason and the Bucks rolling. Painting Corners co-host Austin Hartsfield joins the show to talk some baseball and Colton and Jake are super duper prepared. We move onto Listener Questions about NFL head coaching vacancies, college football, Bevo vs Uga, Lebron and Lincoln Riley. We then introduce a new segment "Movie Reviews" and review the brand new, hit 1993 comedy "The Sandlot". Its a hoot.
If you were expecting an intro song, you are dead wrong. Jake lost a bet so we start off with him singing a capella. We go into the Bears and Packers and how the Bucks still rock our socks off. Our listener questions are from some famous-ass people about the NFL. The "815 Athlete of the Year" finalists are announced and we finish with the "MySpace Top 8 of Guilty Pleasures". We do some Game of Throne spoilers at the end so proceed with caution. But get over it. Listen to Jake singing.
Yeah we sold out, we have ads now. BIG WHOOP. Sam misses out on yet again another episode which leads us to believe that he has to be dead. There is no other good excuse to miss three episodes in a row. RIP. Colton and Jake talk about the Bears huge Sunday night win, the Packers new coach and his challenge flags and the Bucks still looking solid as heck. Listener questions as about Paul Goldschmidt, the crazy Dolphins ending, would you want to be a Snooker champion and much, MUCH more. The MySpace Top 8 might be the best yet; the MySpace Top 8 of Websites. We finish by making an A Capella Bet on the Bears/Packers game this week. All this and MORE on Live From the 815! (Crowd Applause)
That's right. That episode title is a real attention grabber. Its just Colton and Jake again this week as Sam may be slowing dying from bronchitis. The boys talk the Bears and Packers losses, Fred Hoiberg and Mike McCarthy's firings, listener questions include: Markelle Fultz, Seattle NHL team, Urban Meyer and MORE. Our MySpace Top 8 this week is "Songs We Like but We Never Learned the Words" (38:29-46:33). A new segment of the "Stoner Circle" where we talk about the devil and we finish with some Christmas cheer and chat about Christmas movies. It's a real hoot.
That's right folks. We're throwing it back to the original show with just two of us this week. A brief State of the Union address is followed by some super real and genuine Twitter questions from our listeners. We finish with a MySpace Top 8 you gotta hear to believe! Plus we know Sam won't listen to it so we aren't too worried about it. We also might have some guests coming in the next few weeks, but then again, we also might not. Who knows? One is more likely than the other.
We have a cornucopia of stuffing for you today (Thanksgiving, amirite?). Segments include State of the Union, Listener Questions about MNF, Nagy's visor, Adrian Beltre, high school dads and LaMar Jackson. We have not one, but TWO MySpace Top 8's for you. The first is the Top 8 Boy Bands and the second one is a bonus Top 8 of Thanksgiving food. Enjoy!
Great episode coming at you. We start things off with the State of the Union including: Trubisky is hot hot hot, the NFC North may be decided in the next two weeks, and the Bucks may be one of the best teams in the NBA. Listeners tweet us their questions about Melo, MLB awards, Nathan Peterman, Lev Bell, Warriors drama and MORE. NYT Best Selling author Jeff Pearlman joins the show to talk about his latest book "Football for a Buck: The Crazy Rise and Crazier Demise of the USFL" and his other 7 books. We talk Walter Payton, '86 Mets and the HoF case for Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds (33:15-1:02:27). We finish up with "Politician or Blue Devil" and a Derrick Rose Update ft. Guest Host Colton St. Vincent.
We have a brand new show for you. We've rearranged the show to keep things fresh and keep the conversation flowing. The boys start it off with a State of the Union Address on all of their favorite teams, follow it up with brand new segments like Listener Questions, the Hot Corner, Politician or Blue Devil, and a MySpace Top 8 of Snacks. Sam finishes it off with a heartfelt Derrick Rose update. All of that and MORE. Welcome to the 815 baby.
We finally won a parlay folks! Three weeks into it and the boys win their first three-team parlay and take one step closer to becoming millionaires. Jake addresses the Packers loss, Colton and Sam talk about the Bears win, the NFL trade deadline was crazy, Notre Dame is facing their toughest opponent yet (according to Colton), the Red Sox won the World Series, a Derrick Rose update and the Bucks are 7-0. All this and more on LIVE FROM THE 815!
Looking back at it, this episode may be a turning point in Live From the 815. We talk some sports with the NFL slate, Notre Dame not losing on their bye week, the World Series matchup (featuring some love play-by-play from Colton during Game 1), and we end sports with a Derrick Rose update and talk about the Bulls and Bucks through three games. We finish the episode with the most heated MySpace Top 8 in the history of of MySpace Top 8's when we talk about the best Halloween Candy.
You read that right folks. Two Shots Podcast Network picked us up and now WE ARE ROLLING. We talk the Bears collapse, Aaron Rodgers, our parlay picks, the AL and NLCS, a Derrick Rose update and an NBA preview including REALLY GOOD picks from Colton. I mean, they are really good.
The UFC is cool. We break down the fight, the NFL slate over the weekend, the MLB Postseason stinks so far and Notre Dame is going to win the National Championship. We finish off with some segments: Derrick Rose Update and Eminem Lyric of the Week (sorry mom). What a week.
If you like high-energy, positive podcasts, this is not the episode for you. If you enjoy the sadness in other people's lives and the depression that follows a blown season, THEN YOU CAME TO THE RIGHT PLACE. We record literally minutes after the final out of the Cubs' Wild Card loss to the Rockies and Colton couldn't be more down in the dumps. We try and talk other things too but Colton is depressed the whole episode because the Cubs blew a great season and didn't give a glimmer of hope for fans after the 162nd game. We then bring up the Ryder Cup to make Colton even more sad. Seriously. So, so sad.
What a great episode. We talk about Tiger Woods, THE Tiger Woods y'all, completing his comeback and winning his first tournament in forever. We recap the NFL, Sam is off of Trubisky but the Bears are still in first place. Colton is smashing the panic button on the Cubs and sounds like he doesn't even want them to make the Postseason. CSN Chicago's Chuck Garfien joins the show to talk about the rebuilds for the White Sox and Bulls and how he's best friends with a certain former White Sox slugger who wore #35 (41:03-1:03:56). We finish with a Derrick Rose update and the birth of a brand spanking new segment: The Eminem Lyric of the Week.
WARNING: The audio in this episode is a little off due to Colton's computer shitting the bed. But we talk some NFL news while @EddieBarstool from Red Line Radio joins the show (19:47-43:26), we then talk about potential NFL Hall of Famers, the Cubs barely hanging onto the division lead, preview the Crosstown Classic this weekend and finish with a Derrick Rose update. Yeah my computer is loud, whatever I'm poor. Sue me.
Wow, what a roller coaster this episode. So much energy. We talk the electric Bears/Packers game, how the Cubs are choking and breaking Colton's heart, Koepech not being able to pitch until our kids are in college and the nostalgia that the 2018-2019 Timberwolves gives to Sam. All this and more on LIVE FROM THE 815.
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This isn't really one of our bet ones so if you just want to play it a few minutes, then download it, delete it, and then redownload it, I would understand. We talk sports and then nothing really after that. It's bad. But thank you for listening. I love you.
What an episode, amirite? Sam is too cool for us now so its just Colton and Jake. We talk some sports but then we have some time at the end where we don't know what to talk about so we have some of the best podcasting in history. We start our new segment: "How the Sausage is Made", we birth a new segment and we finish with a impromptu MySpace Top 8 of Spongebob Moments/Episodes. Truly inspiring work from Colton and Jake (and NOT Sam).
We don't even talk about Rockford Day (815 Day), but whatever, I want to name the episode that, OKAY?! We talk about the scientific fact that Tiger Woods is back, some SPICY MLB talk, HOT NBA chatter and DOPE NFL news. To be honest, I just tired and don't want to type too much more about this episode. Its awesome and hilarious. So just fricken listen to it. FRICK.
Welcome to our very first "Improv Episode". We didn't do any preparation for this one so it is a dooozy. Drunk Jake joins the show for some awesome insight. Colton is doing a homework assignment the entire time and Sam is just a disappointed dad. We just chit and we chat like bros, being dudes, who are guys. heck yeah.
Well, Colton is a procrastinator yet again. Doesn't start moving until he only has a few hours to get out of his apartment. But before he sis that, we did a podcast. About sports. Baseball. Basketball. Heck, even football. We then talked about criminals. What a time to be alive.
Don't worry, we talk about some sports before things get a little uncomfortable. We chat about Tiger breaking Colton's heart, Gary Sanchez being lazy, the state of basketball after some big trades, Gordon Hayward's new controversial shoe commercial and how Jay Cutler might be on the Illinois Mt. Rushmore. We finish it off with some hypothetical questions that really shift the mood of the conversation so I do apologize for the comfort level dropping dramatically.
This episode is your place to go for late live MLB All Star Game reactions. It's great. We also recap the first half of the MLB season, NBA free agency and we talk some serious hockey and UFC. We finish with MySpace Top 8 of songs that pump you up, even though we have basically done this twice already but don't tell anyone.
This episode brings you some light sports talk, the MLB, Manny Machado and the streaky Cubs. We also bring you some hot, hot, hot NBA offseason talk and finish her off with some fire flame hypothetical situations and questions that could break the internet.
Okay everyone, so here is what happened. After we recorded this episode the night of July 3rd, I went out to the bars to celebrate this great nation's Independence. I may have had a few drinks and forgot to post the episode when I got back. After that, I did not have a need to look at my computer until Saturday and here we are, now realizing that the episode has yet to be posted. That one is on me, hand up. It takes a real man to realize that and admit to the internet. So after all of this, we just realized that I am a true hero and somebody that people should idolize. I honestly don't even think that is too much to say. It just one humble and handsome man's opinion/as close to a scientific fact that you can get. "Don't be bitter, be better." -Jim Harbaugh. So here you go. We talk Lebron and basketball and some other sports and some other stuff. It's pretty dope.
Episode 47 introduces the beginning of the "Call Bullshit" segment and somebody officially becomes the leader in the clubhouse. We talk NBA Draft, Awards, possible Space Jam 2, Janoris Jenkins's dead body and the Cubs and Sox struggles. We then welcome on the Chicago Cubs 2018 2nd Round Draft Pick Brennen Davis to the show and talk about his pet goat and llamas, his road to being drafted and his future in the Chicago Cubs organization (45:34-58:43). We finish the show with a GR8 hypothetical situation and the perfect analysis on the situation.
It took us 45 episodes to finally get the big man himself, Rockford's very own (and Green Bay Packer) Dean Lowry. Such a great interview that it set Colton's apartment building on fire. Other than that interview, we still bring the heat. This is the first episode that the three men (not boys) are physically together recording and I must say that this coul be our best episode yet.
Yes, it is true. We were featured in the Rockford Register Star. Not a big deal. Even though we have let it go straight to our heads, we continued with episode 44. We talk all things sports, talk about our lost episode and even tease our guest next week... (Its Dean Lowry)
After 42 episodes, we decided to add a THIRD MEMBER OF THE CREW. Sam Conness officially joins the group and now we are a triangle of sports takes, the strongest shape. We talk NBA Playoffs, Stanley Cup Playoffs, MLB season and NFL Draft. Derrik Klassan joins us to fill us in on the QBs coming into the NFL and Uncle Rico's chances in the NFL. Today is a big turning point in the show and YOU witnessed it live.
Colton and Jake talk about the intense-ass NBA and NHL Playoffs. Colton's money makers in the Stanley Cup Playoffs will probably get swept, we should have saw that coming. We also talk the shitty weather ruining baseball, Dez Bryant being a free agent and how the PGA really sucks at covering tournaments. Oh, and A Quiet Place is a BANGER of a movie. Banger.
The Dirk Episode brings you some hot, hot, hot sports talk. Colton and Jake talk their hate for Patrick Reed, the NBA Playoffs, the Cubs slow start and the Sox completely expected start, Shohei Ohtani is very good at baseball, Trevor Davis going to jail for his bomb comment and how the show Everything Sucks is the best show on Netflix. Seriously, check it out.
No guest again. So its just us, I'm sorry. Colton and Jake talk about the NCAA Championship, the start to the Cubs and Sox season, the rest of the MLB, the NBA playoff race, Brandin Cooks to the Rams and how Everything Sucks is the most underrated show in the history of Television/Netflix.
The Final Four is set and Sister Jean might have crossed over to the dark side and sold her soul to the devil. Baseball is starting up this week and Colton and Jake have quite a few really dumb arguments over the Cubs. We sure are sorry, it is awful to listen too. We finish things off with some hot Disney talk and boy oh boy, is it fun. Be on the lookout for our Disney Channel Original Movie bracket. Coming to a Twitter near you.
March Madness, more like March Has Colton Mad.. amirite? Colton and Jake talk March Madness, a little NFL Free Agency news, excitement for the MLB season to start and how crazy Barry Bonds and Tony Gwynn were. They were quite good at sports. Shoutout to Kwame Brown in 2008.
Episode 37 is full of interviews. Chop full. We start by Colton and Jake breaking down the crazy first day in NFL Free Agency. We then welcome back Gus Kerns from the Screen the Screener Podcast to chat about the NCAA Tournament, ever heard of it? (15:40-39:30) We follow that up with KC Johnson from the Chicago Tribune to talk about the state of the Chicago Bulls and what the rebuild looks like moving forward. (39:32-1:03:17) Tiger is back and all is good with the world. I love you Tiger, I really do.
Colton and Jake talk some NFL including: the Combine, Pizza Hut, Goodell's 40 Yard Dash, and the Jags new uniforms. Don't worry NBA, we talk about you too. The Bucks demise, Tanking SZN, JR Smith and the Clippers new sponsor. MySpace Top 8 of the worst possible sponsors for a team and some stats of the week. We finish with some Oscars talk and call it a day.
Episode 35 brings you some chatter about Spring Training, Kyle Schwarber looking like a damn snack, Geno Smith exploring science, Justin Thomas ruining golf, and more sports and stuff. Former Wisconsin Badger Safety Natrell Jamerson joins the show and talks about his time at Wisconsin and the upcoming NFL Combine. The first ever Live From the 815 Oscars is here and it is a doozy.
Episode 34 brings you Colton and Jake's latest thoughts on the NBA All-Star Weekend, Fergie's National Anthem, Jimmy Butler being too hungover to play and more! MLB Hot Stove is finally heating up, so we talk about that because it is what we do. Some stats of the week and finish this bad boi off with a MySpace Top 8 of Best Karaoke Songs. Its a real doozy.
If only you knew what we went through to get this episode on air... After not one, not two, not three, but FOUR recordings, we finally have episode 33. We talk a little Yu Darvish and a little Olympic update. Stephen Nelson from Bleacher Report joins the show to teach us everything we wanted to know about the NFL Draft, his past in Rockford and how his career has now peaked (20:14-52:08). We then talk Jumanji, Freaks and Geeks and how Colton will spend his Valentine's Day (spoiler: He's watching Paddington).
After 31 episodes, we join an internet radio lineup! Listen to us every week at 4 PM Central on 12 oz Sports Radio online.
Episode 32 brings up the hottest news in sports featuring the newest trades in the NFL, NBA and MLB and whether $10 million is worth having a deathly snail after you constantly.
Hot, hot, hot. Episode 30 brings you some conversation on the Super Bowl, the drama that is the NBA, Jason Kidd's firing and the MLB Pipeline. Our close personal friend Danny Parkins, co host of the Spiegel and Parkins Show on 670 The Score, joins the program to talk some Chicago sports and his chances in the Octagon against his coworkers (31:00-58:31)
Episode 30 brings the heat even though Skype did its darndest to stop it in its tracks, so get ready. Colton and Jake talk the soap opera that is the NBA, the upcoming NFL weekend and a MySpace Top 8 of conspiracies. Cody Janzen from the World Hockey Report joins the show to teach us the sport of hockey (25:37-47:35).
We are official members of the celebrity club. Live From the 815 was mentioned in a huge article in the Chicago Tribune so we are now better than all of you whose names have never graced the pages of the Tribune. Colton and Jake then talk the NFL and the crazy College Football Playoff Championship. All of that hot talk is followed by a MySpace Top 8 of Bad Past Takes and the Stats of the Week. Colton then gives the sob story of how his phone cracked. Its a real tear jerker so get the tissues ready.
Hot, hot, hot NFL packed show coming at you. Former NFL Long-Snapper and Chicago Bears All-Time Leader in career games played Patrick Mannelly joins the show to talk his time in the NFL and how being a Long-Snapper helped him with the ladies in college (21:01-38:07). Colton and Jake also talk a little NFL Playoffs, make a wager and discuss the NFL Hall of Fame. Then bring up some crazy stats and even break some news about Aaron Rodgers' love life (puke).
Big ol' episode coming at you. Chicago Cubs' pitcher Rob Zastryzny joins the program to talk his crazy last name, the clubhouse during the 2016 Postseason run, the mindset of a Major League Pitcher and his future plans for his golf career. Colton and Jake also talk some MLB Hot Stove, Hall of Fame ballots, the possible end to Jason Kidd and how the Chicago Bulls might be the greatest team ever assembled. Then, Jake updates us all on his Game of Thrones status (SPOILERS 50:20-56:53).
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We somehow got a Hall of Famer folks. Former Chicago Cub great and Hall of Fame pitcher Fergie Jenkins joins the show to talk about his book projects, his career, how soft pitchers in the MLB are now and the fact that we are all close personal friends.
Big ole baseball episode. But first, we talk football. HA. FanRag Sports' Robert Murray and Wall Street Journal's Jared Diamond join the show to talk the MLB Winter Meetings and what is going on around the league involving trades, signings and new best friends. Also, don't be afraid to Venmo Colton @Colton-StVincent.
Episode 24 has no guest yet again. We talk MLB hot stove season, including where Ohtani will land, Stanton's trade and Rafael Palmeiro coming back. We also talk football, both NFL and NCAA. Crazy, I know. We finish with the most absolute fire flame MySpace Top 8 of all time, Top 8 TV Theme Songs. Its life-changing.
No guest for Episode 23, but hey, that's cool. Tiger Woods is back to 100% and might not ever lose again. Bears and Packers update, NCAA Football Playoff update. Giancarlo to the Giants. Jake is slow as balls on his Game of Thrones venture, Stranger Things 2 is better than 1 and Coco is the best Disney movie of all time.
Episode 22 has a lot in store. We change things up and talk Bears and Packers, a little college football, Milwaukee Bucks and how pissed we are that Taylor Swift hasn't streamed her album yet. Cam Conner from the "View From the Penalty Box" podcast joins us to talk some old time hockey stories and who he likes watching the league today.
Episode 21 brings a little Bears-Packers recap, talk the randomness of the NFL and the fact that the Bucks might not ever lose again. We also have our funniest interview yet with Dirty Sports Podcast co-host Andy Ruther on the show. It's a little longer but you get the story of Ruther going from a high school teacher to now taking helicopters wherever he goes in LA. We finish up with a little Thrones Talk and boom. 21 Episodes in the books. Frick.
Episode 20 features a Bears/Packers preview for the ages, Russell Wilson's "concussion", an epic college football slate this weekend and the Bucks finally getting Giannis some help offensively. Gus Kerns from the Screen the Screener Podcast joins the show for a College Basketball preview and gives us the exact Final Four this season so you don't even have to bother watching the tournament in March. We finish up with a small amount of Thrones Talk. Jake is in for a couple of episodes that are going to change his life...
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Wow. What an episode. We talk football injuries, World Series, Cubs future. MySpace Top 8 of the worst injuries we've ever seen. Finish up with a little Game of Thrones talk. We are on Season 5 now so we are getting there. Don't you worry.
Colton and Jake talk the drama behind the MLB Postseason, the beginning of Mitch Trubisky's career and the Packers final drive. Rockford Register Star's very own Derek Mason joins the program to talk Yankees baseball and the future of the NBA (AKA: The Milwaukee Bucks). We finish with HUGE Game of Thrones spoilers so if you plan on watching the show do NOT listen once we begin the Thrones talk.
A little week 3 NFL recap here, MLB Postseason preview, Melo to OKC and D-Wade to the Cavs. We also talk how Colton was heartbroken by the ending of La La Land, Rick Pitino might not be a good guy and Quick Thoughts on Game of Thrones Season 2.
Colton And Jake recap the week that was for the Cubs, Sox, Bears and Packers. Rockford Register Star's Adam Kradle joins the program to discuss the Cubs' WS chances, the Chicago Bears QB situation and if the arrival of Yoan Moncada and Michael Kopech make the Sox a threat to the Cubs as the best looking baseball team in Chicago. Also, the comeback of everyone's favorite segment: MySpace Top 8 of QBs That Don't Look Like QBs.
Colton and Jake talk the beginning of the NFL season. Colton's teams are the worst in the history of football. The Cubs might not make the playoffs and the Indians are the greatest team to ever exist. You get to hear Colton's reaction to Taylor Swift's new song live (electric, I know). Finally, we finish with a recap of Season 1 of the next show everybody will be talking about in the future Game of Thrones. We spoil the shit out of Season 1 so seriously don't listen if you are planning on watching it.
Sorry about another hiatus. One of the duo didn't have a home. But now WE ARE BACK. AGAIN. Colton's new wifi is absolute garbage and he had to do some serious editing to release this. Not all heros wear capes. We talk baseball, including our new segment "Fact or Naww", Kyrie trade and give some NFL predictions. Let's Party.
We're back from our hiatus. If Ricky Williams can take one, then we can too. We have a hot new intro, so be ready for that. We talk Cubs and Sox updates, NL Playoff talk, Bears and Packers early previews, MySpace Top 8 of Athletes Who Changed Teams and how Colton can beat the shit out of Maurice Jones-Drew in a foot race.
Colton and Jake talk the state of Chicago baseball and the Crosstown Cup, some NBA Chat with Kyrie wanting out of Cleveland and Derrick Rose joining the Cavs and our MySpace Top 8 of Childhood Crushes.
With all of this hot sports news going on in the world, we didn't know where to start. Colton and Jake somehow narrow down all of the madness that is July sports and spit out just a fire flames episode. Topics? Sure: Cubs/Sox update... and MySpace Top 8 of Fat Athletes... and that is all.
Well, Summerfest is the worst place in the world. The worst. Colton and Jake discuss getting kicked out of Summerfest and Colton is really bad at showing how hungover he still is from the weekend. Very professional.
Its the special 3rd of July episode yall. Happy Birthday Eve to America. Colton and Jake talk a little sports, our MySpace Top 8 of greatest Americans of all time and a whole lot of other stuff. Is it funny? I'd say so. Will I get a girlfriend because of it? Most definitely. Thanks again to our friends at Murphy's Pub and Grill in Rockford, IL. You da real MVP's.
Colton and Jake discuss some hot topics including: Jimmy Butler trade, NBA Draft recap, baseball update, a small amount of NHL, Lemonade Mouth and a big shoutout to friend of the program Vladimir Putin.
We are deeply sorry for the length of this episode. We aren't even that interesting, but damn do we have some hot takes. This week, Colton and Jake discuss the greatest leadoff hitter in the history of baseball, NBA trades, rumors and draft, NHL expansion draft, and how The Nice Guys was an all time snub for Movie of the Year. Get more at BackupQuarterback.org
Colton and Jake come at you with yet another episode of hot takes. NBA is finally over, the MLB Draft was the highlight of the show and both co-hosts realize that they have a career in impressions after podcasting doesn't work out.