Justin, Alec and Doug are back to dissect the latest in sports. They start with where MLB negotiations stand, followed by minilogues on the Yankees/Red Sox dilemma and the failure of Long Gone Summer. Golf is back and bringing in ratings as Justin's long-lost cousin wins the Charles Schwab Challenge. The crew does a power ranking of professional sports commissioners and end the show off with Good Week, Bad Week.
For the last time, the crew recaps the final two episodes of The Last Dance (0:30) followed by the Best of Bulls Challengers (34:15). Alec and Doug break down the UFC week with 5 rounds (45:50) while Justin explains why golf is back (52:00). And to wrap it all up, a segment debut at the end (54:53).
Jack is once again joined by Jeff Rosenberg to recap episodes seven and eight of ESPN's docuseries "The Last Dance (2:42)." Then, we analyze and share some laughs over "The Victory Machine: The Making & Unmaking of The Warriors Dynasty," a new book written by Ethan Strauss of The Athletic, illustrating the trials and tribulations surrounding Kevin Durant and the Golden State Warriors (27:07).
The crew starts with a recap of Ep. 7 & 8 of The Last Dance (0:30) and UFC's return (18:28). That's followed by an interview with the Atlanta Hawks CRO Andrew Saltzman (26:46) talking all things from what a Chief Revenue Officer is, his days watching Big East basketball in the '80s and Atlanta culture. That's followed by Best of In-Game Broadcasters (79:07) to wrap it up.
Justin, Alec and Doug start with a recap of Ep. 5 & 6 of The Last Dance (0:27) including MJ's gambling and the Kobe comparison. The crew is then joined by some pals to take a final, in-depth look into the 2020 NFL Draft (16:05) and end it all off with Best of Role Players on championship teams (1:40:50).
The crew recaps the NFL Draft, hitting on the top picks as well as ATL, NYJ and CHI (0:30). They are then joined by Atlanta Hawks play-by-play man Bob Rathbun to talk MJ's Bulls, Hawks, Braves and even Arena Football with a Lee Corso twist (24:43). After, they highlight the top moments of Ep 3 & 4 of "The Last Dance" (1:33:38) and Best of Athlete Nicknames (1:40:52).
Jack is joined by basketball junkie and old camp friend Jeff Rosenberg to recap episodes one and two of the 90's Bulls documentary, as well as scope out ways to save the NBA (1:51). We also react to round one of the NFL Draft, preview the NBA Draft and finally, we examine the G-League's rise compared to the potential crumbling of the NCAA (26:29).
Justin, Alec and Doug are back after yet another week of self-quarantine. The crew talks "The Last Dance" (0:35) with Doug's Chicago spin on it, an interview with Fox Sports Sun's Tricia Whitaker (19:21), and the Best of retro logos (1:02:36).
Jack is joined by Austin Siegel and Zack Casutto to recap the glorifying matchup between OKC and GS on February 27th, 2016 and Mike Breen's best calls (2:34). We also complain about quarantine, assemble an all-time NBA team and rank the five best scorers we've ever watched (49:13). Finally, we debate which five movies qualify as Will Ferrell's most iconic (62:34).
With a new name, the guys are back with another episode. Justin, Alec and Doug break down the Bulls new-look front office followed by whether the NBA 2k tournament and H-O-R-S-E get a thumbs up or thumbs down. They give updates on the NFL draft, the XFL (rip) and golf's schedule changes. At the end, they introduce a new, totally creative segment called "Best of" when they rank the most anticipated sporting events of every year.
Jack is joined by college buddies Lee Stern and Zack Casutto to fully contextualize the decorated resume of LeBron James. We discuss his renowned path to superstardom, most impressive plays and best championship performances - dating back to his debut on October 29th, 2003 (3:38). Then, we give quick T.V./movie recommendations for the public to watch during quarantine (128:43).
Jack is joined by Evan Orris to discuss COVID-19 and its impact on hoops, best/worst-case scenarios and how the sports world might look in 40-45 days (1:48). Then we examine the league's best performers this year by delegating season-end awards (21:44).
What a (horrible) time to be alive. From their home bases, Justin, Alec and Doug return with the latest episode of JAD. They give an update on COVID-19 and the projected status of leagues. That's followed by a breakdown of all 32 NFL teams and their offseasons, including TB12 as a Buc?!? Doug gives his season-end thoughts on IU basketball, and the crew ends off with Overreactions and Why We Love Sports This Week in what ends up NOT being Just Another Day in Sports.
Selection Sunday week is here! Doug and Sam recap IU's jekyll-and-hyde regular season and their projected 10-seed resumé. B1G tournament talk includes a breakdown of IU's path as well as power ranking the potential champions on Sunday all on this episode of The Front Page.
Jack is joined by Evan Orris to analyze the Lakers’ impressive weekend and how they stack up going forward, Milwaukee's playoff hopes, Houston’s small-ball downside and Kenny Atkinson’s surprising departure from Brooklyn (0:47).
On this episode of My Guest Needs An Introduction, Bonnie interviews Bhavika, a sophomore at IU. They talk what it was like growing up in India, traveling, skydiving, and how Bhavika almost died glacier trekking.
After a small break from the mics, Doug and Sam breakdown where IU currently basketball stands with one game left in conference play. Joey Brunk played really well at the perfect time, the guards are improving every game and Archie is still just as energized on the sideline. Oh, and the Hoosiers confirmed the signing of the #1 point guard of the class of 2021 (maybe 2020), Khristian Lander. They follow that up with some general tournament talk and hot takes for the MLB season.
It's the end of February and still no word on TB12! Zak gives his opinions on all possible destinations for Brady along with the team he believes Brady will be under center for when next season starts. Finally, Zak's cousin Emad Barakat (Moody) joins the show to tell us about his college experience at Boston University and his current job hunt out in So-Cal.
This week, Jack returns and tells us his saddening tale of why he hates ketchup. Later on, Tucker gushes about how much of a foodie he is and Patrick admits his shocking food secrets (they will scare you)!
The General reuknights with Assembly Hall! Doug and Sam are back to discuss the impact of Bob Knight's return, the state of IU basketball (4 losses ain't good), and other college basketball headlines. The guys also touch on the Dodgers' ridiculously talented roster and potential playoff changes put out by the MLB commissioner.
Zak covers the three major sports, giving us his recap and thoughts on Super Bowl 54. Followed by the Season 2 debut of "Hot Takes with Alec Arouh" where the two friends discuss the major move made by the Dodgers and how the NBA trade deadline affected both the Clippers and the Lakers.
This week, the dynamic duo has two flash guests in Shane and Katie. Shane provides bountiful information about the new IU twitch account. Later on, Katie enters and the group talks Oscars. Who got snubbed? Who is going to win? This and more all on #PTPH
This week, Patrick and Tucker reconnect after a long time away. With discussions of winter break, video games, plans for the semester, and more. But what's this? Zach enters mid-podcast and joins for some discussions on movies and pop culture.
Before Super Bowl weekend, Zak gives his thoughts on the tragic loss of Kobe Bryant and what it means for the world. Followed up with his Super Bowl pick along with several other "expert" picks via his cell phone. Wrapping it all up with Zak taking a minute to celebrate and reflect on the career of Tyler the Creator.
In the debut episode of 94Feat. Jack is joined by Evan Orris to analyze Zion Williamson's first two NBA games and how his return may impact the Pels & the ROY odds (0:35). We also pay tribute to one of the greatest athletes of our generation, Kobe Bryant (15:01).
Season 2 begins with a discussion with a friend from L.A. Grant Eissele joins the show to discuss the NFL, NBA and what he looks for in a hip-hop artist. Zak and Grant can't help but reminisce about their middle school basketball days at Sierra Canyon and the countless teams they've assembled over the years to dominate basketball REC leagues.
On the first episode of Season 2 of My Guest Needs An Introduction, Bonnie interviews Zach, a sophomore at IU. They talk about Bedford, Indiana, middle school, and training for Little 500. They also play a game of Would You Rather.
In this episode, Bonnie interviews Kristen, a Kelley student. They talk all things Disney Parks and about Kristen's past as the head of a very successful Pretty Little Liars fan page. Warning: this episode contains Pretty Little Liar and Riverdale spoilers.
The whole crew is back for the final edition of JAD in the 2010's. It starts with a confusing Week 15 of NFL including a surprising (and maybe good??) Falcons victory, and two disappointing results for the Bears and Jets (0:25).
Follow that with a quick, no debate needed Heisman winner (34:10) and a breakdown of the ridiculous amount of money in the MLB free agent market (38:55). A Fred Glass tribute (48:23), our top 3 moments in sports of the decade, Overreactions and Why We Love Sports This Week in what ends up being Just Another Day in Sports.
The NFL season is wrapping up as we wrap our presents, and Zak welcomes Lucas Landsberg to the studio to discuss the year of football thus far. They give their predictions for each NFL award along with an outlook on how the playoff bracket is currently constructed and how they think each game would play out if the season ended today.
In this episode Bonnie interviews Jenny, a junior at IU and a very opinionated person. They play a very polarizing game of Hot Takes. Warning: this episode contains spoilers for Avenger's Endgame and Game of Thrones.
After a two week bye, Justin and Doug are joined by guest Sam Dykema to discuss all things sports. They start with recapping the past two College Football weekends including IU-Purdue and the Iron Bowl while also previewing different bowls (0:26).
Then they switch over to the pros and highlight the top games from Week 14 (32:10) followed by IU basketball talk (56:29). As always, Overreactions (58:58) and Why We Love Sports This Week (1:02:24) in what ends up being Just Another Day in Sports.
Another episode in, another friend to call. Zak brings on Alec Arouh to talk the NBA and introduce a new segment, "Hot Takes with Alec Arouh". Tune in to see if our NBA finals predictions can come true and to see what Alec has been up to over in the sunshine state.
This week, Jack joins Patrick and Tucker in talking about the new Disney+ streaming service. Later, they discuss the climate death of the earth, and Tucker discusses why he could be a convincing cult leader and his hate for Wall-E.
Justin and Doug are joined by guest Nick Lanscioni in a busy week of sports. It starts with a hopeful yet aggravating IU football loss among other NCAAF showdowns (0:30).
The Falcons might actually be good, the Bears definitely aren't, and more NFL talk follows that (31:32).
IU basketball is a promising 4-0 (50:50), Melo gets another shot (54:50), Overreactions (58:16) and Why we Love Sports this Week (1:01:16) in what ends up being Just Another Day in Sports.
For episode 6, Patrick and Tucker bring out longtime friend Zach. Tucker rants about pop tarts to garner sympathy and money from the audience. The trio all talk about their knowledge and prowess in video games.
Justin, Alec and Doug stay warm from the snow and talk all the biggest headlines in sports. IU Football wins again... this time during the bye week. LSU-BAMA was everything we wanted and more CFB talk (0:42).
For the first time all season, the Bears, Falcons and Jets are all victorious in the same week (31:12).
After, a recap of IU Basketball's first two games and what they might preview (56:18).
Overreactions (103:10) and Why we Love Sports this Week (1:06:18) in what ends up being Just Another Day in Sports.
Let's see if the sequel lives up to the original! Zak starts off with a review of "Jesus is King" and Kanye himself. Also, is Kawhi Leonard trying to be the Harrison Ford of basketball? Zak thinks so. Finally, we give a call to Zak's older brother Samie Ibrahim to assess Los Angeles basketball and catch up.
Justin, Alec and Doug are back. First, they recap the weirdest World Series as the #Natitude prevails.
Continuing the trend from previous weeks, the Bears, Falcons and Jets still stink.
We dissect IU Football having a winning season for the first time in 12 years, among other NCAAF topics.
Right before the NCAAB season starts, the guys discuss what expectations to have for the Hoosiers.
Plus, Overreactions and Why We Love Sports This Week in what ends up being Just Another Day in Sports.
This week on the podcast, Patrick and Tucker go back to their roots. With no guest, the boys have some time to catch up. Tucker bought a gel heater from Yankee candle and talks to Patrick about the implications it has for the future of fragrance.
The trio is back as the sports equinox brings in top headlines. It starts with the MLB as the World Series has been... extremely weird? (0:59-5:55)
Another week of the NFL continues the cycle of Justin’s Falcons, Doug’s Bears and Alec’s Jets all underperforming (5:56-27:52).
IUFB is going bowling for the first time in three years as the College Football season is reaching the peak of the season (27:53-46:44).
The first week of the NBA season is highlighted, Tiger’s back, Overreactions and Why we Love Sports this Week (46:45-59:38) in what ends up just being Just Another Day in Sports.
In the introductory episode of Dotting the i, Zak discusses his disappointing Dodgers and gives some MLB and NFL predictions. He shifts gears to a riveting rant on how old men are perceived in sport and entertainment and finishes up by explaining why he roots for greatness in athletes.
Today on the podcast, Patrick and Tucker are joined by guest Megan Stilwell. Megan causes quite the kerfuffle with her opinions on what the best cereal is, sparking the best breakfast debate this podcast has ever seen.
With Alec on a bye week, Justin and Doug are back to break down all the hot topics in sports. First off, both the Bears and Falcons played absolutely horrible Sunday. One fan has given up, while the other still has hope as that and other major NFL games are broken down (0:44-17:17).
Next up, we head to CFB as IU is ONE win away from their first bowl game since 2016, Lovie Smith takes down the Badgers, and more (17:18-32:27).
The World Series is all set as the guys examine the Nationals and the Astros (and Doug’s *almost* perfect bracket) (32:28-43:07).
Finally, Overreactions (43:08-45:24) and Why we Love Sports this Week (45:25-49:32) in what ends up just being Just Another Day in Sports.
Coming off a 4 day rest, Justin, Alec, and Doug are back to dissect the top headlines in the world of sports. To start, Justin explains why the 1-5 Falcons are as bad as advertised, Alec has hope in the Jets after Sam “Mono” Darnold impresses, and the rest of the NFL games on Sunday are analyzed (0:43-25:57).
After, we switch to the collegiate level as IU is just two games away from a bowl game, LSU just outlasted Florida, among other NCAAF games (25:58-42:11).
Both the NLCS and ALCS are broken down (42:12-47:17), Overreactions (47:18-50:19), and Why we Love Sports this Week (50:20-52:50) in what ends up being Just Another Day in Sports.
After a 10 day hiatus, Justin, Alec and Doug are back with a chance to analyze this week's top headlines. They start with the MLB as Justin gives an emotional monologue on his Braves collapse, Doug explains why he has caught the #Natitude, and why Alec is now the biggest Astros fan (0:43-25:23).
After, the guys discuss Week 5 in the NFL with deeper analysis on the Falcons, Bears, and Jets (25:24-36:23).
In College Football news, Michael Penix Jr. is the 16th best QB in the nation and Justin gives an update on his trip to Gainesville as he witnessed a sloppy FLA-AUB game (36:24-43:30).
Finally, Overreactions (43:31-48:27) and Why we Love Sports this Week (48:28-51:17) in what ends up being Just Another Day in Sports.
One day short of October, Justin, Alec and Doug discuss Week 4 of the NFL (0:41-23:53), Week 5 of CFB (23:54-33:42), and the beginning of the 2019 MLB Playoffs (33:43-47:28).
Doug makes a case for the Bears to have the best defense in the league, Justin has given up on his Falcons already (?), and the other top games are analyzed.
They also dissect IU's almost win at Michigan State and what it means going forward, Clemson's almost loss, and even have a Mike Leach quote of the week.
The MLB Playoffs are broken down with a Power Rankings of the 10 playoff teams.
Finally, Overreactions (47:29-50:27) and Why We Love Sports This Week (50:28-54:07) in what ends up being Just Another Day in Sports.
Justin, Alec, and Doug are back in the studio to discuss all things NFL, NCAAF, and MLB.
We hit Week 3's biggest games including how the Falcons were penalized 16 times in front of Justin's poor eyes, Alec's Jets are limping along, and Doug's Bears have some question marks among others (0:40-14:10).
We discuss where IU Football stands after a beatdown of UConn, the negative defense displayed by Wash St. and UCLA, and the rest of Week 4 storylines (14:11-33:43).
The Cubs collapse and the Braves playoff potential spring different emotions in the studio (33:44-42:50).
Finally, Overreactions (42:51-46:50) and Why We Love Sports This Week (46:51-49:10) in what ends up being Just Another Day in Sports.
Season 2 of Just Another Day in Sports is here!
Justin, Alec, and Doug return to discuss the NFL's biggest storylines, including the preposterous idea of having a healthy QB this year.
We break down IU Football's first defeat of the season against Ohio State and what it really means.
Justin breaks down the NL East leading Braves, Doug dissects the Cubs playoff push, and Alec gets sad over the 2019 Red Sox.
Segments include Overreactions, Why We Love Sports This Week, and Quick Hitting Questions in what ends up being Just Another Day in Sports.
As the NFL Draft kicks off, Justin, Alec, and Doug are back for the last episode of the school year. We discuss whether Kyler deserves to go first, who the Jets, Falcons, and Bears are looking at, and other draft rumors.
Next, we dive into the NBA Playoffs as Dame called series with a 35 footer and Alec's Celtics advance to round two against the Bucks.
We finish off with MLB predictions and a top 3 of who we want to see face off in the World Series.
Final episode of season one, yet it's Just Another Day in Sports.
Vegas loses big as Tiger Woods wins his first major since 2008, when he took home the Green Jacket and the $2,000,000 purse Sunday. We recap that as well as the first set of games in the 2019 NBA Playoffs.
NFL schedules are released along with crazy Twitter videos showing individual schedules (shout-out ATL and CAR).
We finish off discussing the lowly Red Sox, the improving Cubs, and the hopeful Braves in Just Another Day in Sports.
Auston and Matt are back in studio to catch up on the latest in IU baseball. The Hoosiers have won eight straight, and are playing its most complete baseball of the season. Though IU is about to enter its most difficult stretch of the year, and we can start to make a picture of what the field of 64 will look like.
We start off with a recap of the NCAA championship game and touch on different NBA Playoffs match-ups (SPOILER ALERT: the Warriors will be 2019 Champs, again), as well as the end of Dwayne Wade and Dirk Nowitzki's legendary careers.
Then, we slide over to the baseball diamond where Justin's Braves are sitting pretty at 7-5, while Doug's Cubs and Alec's Red Sox are... not.
We conclude by talking about the tradition unlike any other in what ends up being Just Another Day in Sports.
Baseball is finally here and so is our preview of the 2019 MLB season!
We then switch over to college basketball as the Hoosiers end their underwhelming season, and we go over the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament.
We end the podcast with predictions about which MLB teams will go over or fall under their projected win totals.
Even with college basketball winding down and baseball just beginning, it still is Just Another Day in Sports.
March is here! Before we dive into the Field of 68, we take a look at the big headlines around the NFL and MLB.
Then, Seth Davis finally understands what the viewers want as we analyze different first round match-ups in the NCAA Tournament. Even though it's madness, it boils down to Just Another Day in Sports.
Auston and Matt are back after spring break. The duo discuss the last seven games of IU baseball, hand out their stars of the week, and look ahead to a game against a surprising Indiana State team, and the beginning of Big Ten play.
On this episode of The Extra Base our Matt Cohen and Auston Matricardi recap the Tennessee series, IU's first homestand, and the trip to Coastal Carolina. They also look at the state of the Big Ten and preview this weekend's trip to Seattle.
IU basketball is back! We discuss the Hoosiers chances at making the field of 68 as they finish up the regular season and go through the contenders and pretenders in college basketball this year.
Then, we switch it up with a little NBA talk and end with a deep dive regarding baseball's top teams. As always, it was Just Another Day in Sports.
The third-ever episode of the The Poppin' Podcast. You know what they say about the third date... well, we brought a friend... and he brought a good time with tales of bad movies about Chinese history.
The gang takes a deeper dive into the state of the video game industry and where Google fits into all that while placing the cherry on top with a tribute to (tity-boi) 2 Chainz newest studio album.
This week on The Extra Base our baseball beat reporters Auston Matricardi and Matt Cohen bring you their latest analysis on the Hoosiers including a recap of the series win over Memphis and a preview of this weekend's series in Knoxville as well as an interview with junior shortstop Jeremy Houston.
The second-ever episode of The Poppin' Podcast. You've already gone out with us before, so no surprises this time.
The boys chat about the newest action movie on the block, some sadboi Timothée Chalamet joint, not-Animal Crossing, and that year in which *actual* music was made (i.e. 2009).
On the first episode of The Extra Base our IU baseball beat reporters Matt Cohen and Auston Matricardi break down the roster, look at potential position battles, and preview the season's schedule with an emphasis on the first few weeks.
The first-ever episode of The Poppin' Podcast. This one's an awkward first date but surely after a few more you can introduce us to your parents or we can stay at your place?
The boys talk about Reese Witherspoon's rom-com to die for, the state of the video game industry with battle-royale games, and whether or not you really should give country music a chance.