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Steve interviews Bob McKenzie (00:14:19) from NBC Sports and TSN in Canada. Bob is promoting his new book Everyday Hockey Heroes, Volume II. Bob explains how he got involved with the franchise and what went into the decision to publish a second volume. Bob gives the back story behind the chapter in the book that he wrote and tells us what his favorite in the book is. Bob also talks about the Sabres offseason under new GM, Kevyn Adams and other NHL related topics. Also, Damon Hack (00:48:20) returns to about the 2020 Masters. Damon breaks down the dominating victory by Dustin Johnson, the disappointing weekend for Tiger Woods and the inconsistent play by Rory McIlroy. Damon also talks about his Los Angelas Dodgers and Lakers winning championships this year and explains what it was like to experience history with his sons. Steve starts the show talking about the reaction he got to his monologue on the Ivy League canceling Men's Ice Hockey. The book club has only one book left in 2020. OLT ends the program with Steve being forced by an odd source to consider the relationship he has with his father. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: thesportscasters@gmail.com
Steve interviews Kenny Albert (00:12:23) from NBC and Fox Sports. Kenny talks about being in the NHL's inner bubble, teaming up with Jonathan VIlma, and calling a high school football game. Kenny also talks about Doc Emrick retiring, the NFL's safety protocols. and the Howard Stern Show. Also, Glenn Kenny (01:02:22)debuts to talk about his new book about the cinematic classic, Goodfellas. Glenn explains why he wrote a book about Goodfellas, the bizarre life of Henry Hill, and meeting Martin Scorsese. Glenn also talks about Joe Pesci, his favorite scenes in the movie, and the movie starting with a violent scene. Steve starts the show talking about the Ivy League's decision to cancel hockey season. The book club talks about a new book not working out and lays out the plan for the rest of 2020. OLT ends the program with Steve bringing on a guest to make a very special announcement. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: thesportscasters@gmail.com
Steve interviews Ben Reiter (00:08:10) from the new podcast, The Edge. Ben is back to talk about his new podcast on the Astros cheating scandal. Ben talks about being the Astros guy, how he felt when he heard about the scandal, and how he has enjoyed doing a podcast. Ben also talks about the end of the 2020 World Series and explains how he feels about the analytics that lead to the Rays taking Blake Snell out of the game. Also, Brandon Sneed (00:50:12)debuts to talk about his new book about Oklahoma Sooners coach, Lincoln Riley. Brandon explains how a story for Bleacher Report turned into a book, talks about Lincoln Riley deciding not to participate in the book, and discusses why he thinks it will be a long time before Riley leaves OU for the NFL. Steve starts the show talking about how something unexplainable has kept him out of the podcast room the last week. The book club adds a new book from Canada. OLT ends the program with Steve passionately discussing Drew Brees. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: thesportscasters@gmail.com
Steve interviews Andrew Marchand (00:09:12) from the New York Post. Andrew joins Steve to talk about sports media. Andrew goes over the recent Mike and the Mad Dog Reunion, speculates on if he thinks it will happen more often, and goes over the current sports radio battles in New York City. Andrew also talks about the new Monday Night Football booth, being a part of the recent Craig Carton documentary, and guesses what will be the big sports media story in the last quarter of 2020. Also, Adrian Dater (00:43:33)from Colorado Hockey Now joins the podcast for a Lonely End of the Rink reunion. Dater talks about being in the NHL bubble and explains why he almost got kicked out of it. Dater also talks about the disappointing end to the Colorado Avalanche season, the Sabres signing Taylor Hall, and looks back at the incredible life of Eddie Van Halen. Steve starts the show talking about the end of the Atlanta Braves season. The book club has three books left this fall and they are about football coaches and a mob movie. OLT ends the program with Steve talking about getting the new iPhone every year no matter how little it actually changes. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: thesportscasters@gmail.com
Steve interviews Blake J. Harris and Jonah Tulis (00:16:38). Blake and Jonah are on the podcast to promote their new documentary, Console Wars. Blake talks about turning his book into a documentary and Jonah talks about the long process required to make it a reality. Blake and Jonah talk about trimming the book and creating a narrative for the documentary, choosing to air it on CBS All-Access, and working with Seth Rogan and Evan Goldberg. Blake and Jonah also discuss if Nintendo or Sega is the villain, the role of sports games, and the emergence of Sony PlayStation. Also, Jason Cole (01:14:48) joins us to talk about his new book on John Elway. Jason explains what it was like to be at the famous Stanford/Cal game in 1982, what it was like going to college with John Elway, and why he decided to write a book about Elway. Jason also tried to explain why the Stanley Cup isn't a major championship, talks about politics on twitter, and breaks down "The Drive." Steve starts the show talking about Howard Stern's future at SiriusXM. The book club now has Dynasty, Three Ring Circus, and Elway in the rearview mirror and looks ahead to Sneed's book on Lincoln Riley. OLT ends the program with Steve talking about the passing of Eddie Van Halen. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: thesportscasters@gmail.com
Steve interviews Jeff Pearlman (00:14:53). Jeff joins us to talk about his new book, "Three Ring Circus." The book is the definitive Shaq/Kobe era Lakers book and his second book on the Lakers. Jeff talks about Kobe vs. Shaq and who is the heel and who is the face of the rivalry. Jeff also discusses talking truthfully about Kobe's life after his death, compares the book to Sweetness, and ponders selling a book in 2020. Jeff also talks about his twitter account and engages in pleasant banter with Steve. Also, Ryan Aber (01:32:21)from The Oklahoman joins us to talk college football, the Oklahoma Sooners, and Pearl Jam. Ryan talks about Lincoln Riley, Spencer Rattler, and the Sooner's perpetually disastrous defense. Ryan also talks about Gigaton, Pearl Jam concerts, and Pearl Jam being awesome. Steve starts the show talking about the end of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. The book club now has Dynasty and Three Ring Circus in the rearview mirror and looks ahead to Sneed and Cole. OLT ends the program with Steve talking about his Grandmother 25 years after her death. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: thesportscasters@gmail.com
Steve interviews Michael McCarthy (00:09:56) from Front Office Sports. Michael looks back at his time on the sports media and business beat with Rudy Martzke at USA Today. Steve and Michael also talk about the latest sports media and business news. They attempt to answer the million dollar question, are politics to blame for the NFL ratings dip? Also, why is sports media so popular? What is Front Office Sports? What sports media stories will dominate the rest of 2020? Also, Rik Emmett (00:55:07)from the band Triumph makes his debut on the show. Steve has been a fan of Rik's work for over 35 years and having him on the show is an honor. The guys talk about Fight the Good Fight, Magic Power, Grand Parade, and the latest release of music from RIk's solo catalog. Rik also talks about the upcoming Triumph documentary and box set. Steve starts the show talking about the first New Orleans Saints game of 2020. The book club finishes off Dynasty and looks ahead to Pearlman, Sneed and Cole. OLT ends the program with Steve explaining his complicated relationship with the Buffalo Bills. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: thesportscasters@gmail.com
Steve interviews Mike Triplett (00:16:08) from ESPN. Mike joins us like he does every year at this time to prepare for the New Orleans Saints season. Mike and Steve talk about last year's disappointing playoff loss, the distractions from the offseason, and reasons to be optimistic about this season. The guys talk about Drew Brees, the secondary, Marcus Davenport, and Sean Payton. Mike also explains why he thinks the unique challenges created by COVID could benefit the Saints. Also, Jeff Benedict (01:03:42)joins us to talk about his new book called, The Dynasty. Jeff has written an incredible book about the New England Patriots incredible run the last nineteen seasons. Jeff talks about how the Kraft family positioned themselves to purchase the Patriots and explains how Michael Jackson played a role in it. Jeff talks about Howard Stern having dinner with Jonathan Kraft and Bill Belichick ending up on his radio show. Jeff also answers the most important question: are the Patriots cheaters? Sort of. Steve starts the show with a monologue about his indifference towards sports so far in 2020. The book club looks ahead to the first book of the fall and adds three more. OLT ends the program with Steve making his NFL predictions. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: thesportscasters@gmail.com
Steve interviews Michael Fabiano (00:09:17) from Sports Illustrated. Michael joins us to talk about fantasy football and his recent move from the NFL Network to Sports Illustrated. Michael talks about the evolution of the game of fantasy football and picks out his favorite app to play on. Michael also talks about his favorite and least favorite fantasy players and more to get you ready for your draft. Also, Sawyer Wise (00:38:18)from 1.01 Fantasy Football joins us for more fantasy football talk. Sawyer explains how a hockey obsessed 12 year old from Canada fell in love with fantasy football. Sawyer explains why he loves dynasty leagues more than re-draft leagues and breaks down all of the different fantasy formats. Sawyer gives us his favorite players at each position, tells us who he is staying away from, and fills in all of the other gaps to get us ready for fantasy season. The show starts with Steve being joined by his friend Sawyer. The book club looks ahead to the first book of the fall and adds three more. OLT ends the program with Steve saying goodbye to his thirties and hello to his forties. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: thesportscasters@gmail.com
Steve interviews Jim Florentine (00:06:22) from Barstool Sports. Jim is joining us to have some fun and a few laughs. Steve and Jim both agree they aren't as excited about football as they usually are. Jim talks about the Miami Dolphins drafting Tua and what he hopes for the Dolphins this year. Jim roasts Steve's brother for posting "Fri-Yay" memes, give a That Metal Show scoop, and updates us on comedy in the world of COVID. Also, Corbin Reiff (00:46:09) joins us to talk about his new book on Chris Cornell. Corbin talks about finding out that Chris had passed away, gives us his favorite songs from all of the Cornell bands, and speaks to Cornells versatility as a songwriter and performer. Steve and Corbin just have fun remembering the life and career of Chris Cornell. The show starts with Steve in a pissed off mood trying his best not to piss off the listeners. The book club looks ahead to the first book of the fall. OLT ends the program by paying tribute to the late, great Chip Malafronte. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: thesportscasters@gmail.com
Steve interviews Aaron Schatz (00:06:40) from Football Outsiders. Aaron is making his annual appearance on the show to promote the Football Outsiders Almanac. Aaron explains how the intangibles of 2020 impacted an almanac that usually focuses on tangibles. Aaron also talks about his dislike of Josh Allen, explains why he thinks the Patriots will win the AFC East, and tells us that the NFC West is one of the best divisions ever tracked by Football Outsiders. Also, thoughts on Drew Brees, the Detroit Lions, Tom Brady, and one million simulations of the 2020 season. Also, Bobby Burack(00:52:45) from Outkick joins us. Bobby is making his debut on the show and is also the first person from Outkick to appear. Bobby and Steve talk about sports ratings, working for Outkick, politics and sports, and the new Monday Night Football booth. Steve and Bobby also spend some time creating television's Mount Rushmore. The show starts with Steve explaining why he is so excited to have someone from Outkick on the podcast. The book club winds down the summer reading list. OLT ends the program by adding to the Sammy vs. Dave debate. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: thesportscasters@gmail.com
Steve interviews Greg Wyshynski (00:05:15) from ESPN. Greg joins us to talk about the NHL's reset. Greg talks about the NHL bubble, who he thinks will win the games, and if he thinks all the games will be played. Greg also talks about his long history on The Sports-Casters, the Buffalo Sabres, and his vast podcast empire. Also, Steward Mandel(00:43:53) from The Athletic joins us. Stewart talks about the chances of college football being played this year. Stewart explains the challenges facing the conferences, the difference between college football and the NFL and what he actually thinks will happen. The interview ends with Steve and Stewart debating a Kyle Brandt tweet. The show starts with Steve being joined by his favorite co-host. The book club adds an annual staple. OLT ends the program with Steve telling us why he isn't fully embracing the return of baseball. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: thesportscasters@gmail.com
Steve interviews Joe Manniell0 (00:04:17) from Newsday. Joe joins us to talk about the rise of the online brackets. Joe explains why the covid world has proven to be the perfect recipe for the rise of the bracket. Joe also talks about the dominance of the 1 seed, Billy Joel, the depth of Seinfeld, and ranks five of the finest humans ever to be born on Long Island. Also, Jon Pessah(00:37:42) returns to talk about his book on Yogi Berra. Jon talks about the challenge of writing about a subject that has been written about for decades, Yogi's rise from an open tryout in St. Louis, and of course the Yogi-isms. Jon also talks about using his twitter feed for politics instead of book promotion. The show starts with Steve jumping right into the show. The book club has cleared out most of the summer reading and has only Chris Cornell remaining. OLT ends the program with a quick couple of thoughts on Paula's tee-ball. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: thesportscasters@gmail.com
Steve interviews Jeff Passan (00:09:31)from ESPN. Jeff and Steve talk about the return of baseball. Jeff explains why he isn't sure if it will actually return and why he is optimistic that it will. Jeff and Steve debate cancel culture and talk about Steve's frustrations with Twitter and the way Drew Brees was vilified. Jeff has a question for Steve about Pearl Jam and the guys talk about Jeff's fading love of the Cleveland Browns. Also, Scott Ryan and David Lee Morgan (01:12:47) join me to talk about their new book on the Massillon Tigers football team. Scott talks about the tradition of Massillon football, the rivalry against McKinley, and the experience of watching the team's run at a State Championship. David talks about the random circumstances that lead to him coaching the team and explains how he ended up writing a book about it. The show starts with Steve talking about his interview with Jeff Passan and explains why his inability to totally let go and be honest is hurting the podcast and hurt the interview with Jeff. The book club moves on from Andre the Giant and the 1995 Cleveland Indians but still has Yogi Berra and adds a new book. OLT ends the program with an introduction to the great Sawyer Wise. He is the future. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: thesportscasters@gmail.com
Steve interviews Zack Meisel (00:08:43)from The Athletic. Zack tells the exciting story of the 1995 Cleveland Indians. Zack explains why he wrote the book, why he thinks the 95 Indians are the best team ever from Cleveland, and why Indians fans are still bitter about the strike zone in the 1995 World Series. Zack also talks about the Cleveland Browns, Ohio State football, and Carlos Baerga making the last out (again, and again, and again). Also, Pat Laprade (00:54:48) hops on to talk about his new book on the life of Andre the Giant. First, Pat talks about helping the Dark Side of the Ring guys on their episode about Dino Bravo. Then, Pat talks about working on the Andre the Giant documentary, expanding it into a book, and working with a partner. Pat also talks about traveling to France to meet with Andre's family, the end of Wrestlemania III, and the larger than life stories about Andre the Giant. The show starts with Steve talking about the Sabres firing Jason Botterill. The book club moves on from Andre the Giant and the 1995 Cleveland Indians but still has Yogi Berra and adds a new book. OLT ends the program with Steve holding nothing back to talk about his first four years as a father. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: thesportscasters@gmail.com
Steve interviews Jack McCallum (00:12:19)from the Dream Team Tapes podcast. Jack and Steve talk about The Last Dance documentary. Jack explains why he didn't appear on it, why the producers were so loose with the facts, and why he still enjoyed it. Jack also talks about his new podcast, why he decided to start it, and how he found the tapes that make up the bulk of it. Jack also talks about the Dream Team, Isiah Thomas being left off of it, and why Larry Bird thought if the the team was together a few more weeks it would have fallen apart. Also, Richard Deitsch (00:57:59) from The Athletic makes his triumphant return to the podcast. Richard and Steve talk about Barstool Sports, the Monday Night Football booth, and Mike Francesa. Steve and Richard also talk about The Last Dance, social distancing, and the money involved in podcasting. The show starts with Steve talking about the NHL's plan to return to play. The book club has books about Andre the Giant and the 1995 Cleveland Indians and a new book about Yogi Berra. OLT ends the program with a story about buying a grill and a television in five minutes. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: thesportscasters@gmail.com
Steve interviews the First Lady of The Sports-Casters (00:5:50), Jane Leavy. Jane joins us to celebrate Mickey Mantle's 95th Birthday. Jane pulls no punches in describing her soul-crushing encounter with Mantle in 1983. Jane talks about Mantle being her guy, how Sandy Koufax was similar to Mickey, and tells us who her current favorite player in Major League Baseball is. Jane and Steve talk about Drew Brees, the status of the 2020 MLB season, and more. Also, Yaron Weitzman (00:55:33) the author of a new book about tanking in sports and the Philadelphia 76ers. Yaron talks about the challenges of releasing a book in the middle of a global pandemic. Yaron also talks about the politics of the 76ers, the lasting effects of tanking, and debate the outcome of this unique strategy. The show starts with Steve moving quickly to the interview with Jane. The book club has books about Andre the Giant and the 1995 Cleveland Indians and a new book about Yogi Berra. OLT ends the program with a few thoughts on podcasting and honesty. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: thesportscasters@gmail.com
Steve interviews Keith Law (00:12:26)from The Athletic. Keith joins us to talk about his new book, "The Inside Game." Keith and Steve talk about Grady Little leaving Pedro in game 7 of the 2003 ALCS, how baseball is evolving, and watching old baseball games during the quarantine. Keith also speculates on the future of the 2020 baseball season and how and if he sees the season playing out. Also, Adam Lazarus(00:47:45) the author of Super Bowl Monday joins us to breakdown Super Bowl XXV. Adam and Steve talk about how the first Gulf War effected the game, Whitney Houston's performance of the National Anthem, and the half-time show that didn't even air on television. Steve and Adam share their memories of watching the game, Scott Norwood's kick, and the Giants incredible game plan. The show starts with Steve explaining the delay since the last podcast and his thoughts on the NFL Draft. The book club has new books about Andre the Giant and the 1995 Cleveland Indians. OLT ends the program with a track by tack breakdown of Pearl Jam's Gigaton. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: thesportscasters@gmail.com
Steve interviews Adnan Virk (00:06:58)from DAZN. Adnan is a man of many jobs and he explains how he has adjusted to this time of quarantine. Adnan gives his Mt. Rushmore of Jim Carrey movies, predicts when he thinks baseball season will start, and gives a list of movies to watch during the lockdown. Also, Andy Greene (00:42:16) from Rolling Stone joins us to talk about his new book on The Office. Andy explains why he wrote a book about The Office, why he decided to use oral history style, and tells us how he chose the excerpt for Rolling Stone magazine. Greene also talks about the Pam and Jim story running its course, the mistake of making Andy the boss, and speculates if the writers ran out of ideas. The podcast starts with Steve remembering Tom Dempsey. The book club is loaded up with books by Keith Law and Yaron Weitzman. OLT ends the program with a tribute to WrestleMania. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: thesportscasters@gmail.com
Steve interviews Scotty Bowman (00:06:12). Mr Bowman talks about coaching Mario Lemieux, his time with the Sabres, and working with his son in Chicago. Scotty also talks about Bobby Orr's most famous goal, explains why the east dominated the west after the initial expansion, and tells us what game from his career he hopes gets replayed during the current situation. Also, Aaron Perrino(00:57:55) from The Sheila Divine joins us to tell his story. Aaron talks about growing up in Buffalo, forming The Sheila Divine in Boston, and becoming huge in Belguim. Aaron explains why he doesn't like Every Year, talks about his new record, and details how opera lessons have helped preserve his voice and influenced the second Sheila Divine record. Aaron also talks about how the Buffalo Bills losing four Super Bowls influenced his life as a sports fans and admits to turning his back on the Bills to embrace Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. Steve starts the show talking about the world shutting down before quickly getting to the first interview. The book club has it's first two books of the year and adds a third. One last thing is Steve's list of the top 5 debut records in the history of rock. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: thesportscasters@gmail.com
Steve interviews SL Price(00:03:29)Senior Writer at Sports Illustrated. SL joins us for the first time in over 1,000 days to talk about what he is doing to keep himself busy during the quarantine. SL talks about his book on football in Aliquippa, the only article he wrote for SI that wasn't published, and hints at a podcast he is considering for the future. Steve asks SL about his status at SI and what his goals are for the future. Also, Eddie Trunk(00:54:50) from SiriusXm and That Metal show makes his third appearance on the podcast. Eddie talks about the origins of his daily talk show on Volume, speculates on the impact the current shutdown will have on the music business, and updates us on the whereabouts of Vinnie Vincent (just for you, AD). Eddie also talks about his love for the New York Rangers and explains why he was upset when his beloved New York Giants beat the Washington Redskins late last season. Steve starts the show talking about the world shutting down before quickly getting to the first interview. The book club has it's first two books of the year and adds a third. One last thing is about the new Pearl Jam record and why Steve decided to take a peak. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: thesportscasters@gmail.com
Steve interviews John Feinstein (00:04:57)the author of a new book about the back roads to March Madness. Steve and John talk about the tournament being cancelled and the effect it will have on programs like San Diego State and Dayton. John also explains what the cancellation of the tournament means for his book and talks about his plans to expand on it when the paperback is released next year. John also talks about his time covering the courts for the Washington Post and his relationship with David Simon. Also, Jeff Pearlman(00:34:56) is back to chat with Steve while he drives home from Arizona. Jeff and Steve talk about spring training, politics, and his upcoming book about the Shaq and Kobe Lakers. Jeff goes into detail about how Kobe Bryant's death has changed the book. Jeff thinks he is getting pulled over, shoots down several of Steve's ideas for future books, and talks about his kid's bar mitzvah. Steve starts the show talking about the world shutting down. The book club has it's first two books of the year. One last thing is about Steve's trip to Walt Disney World. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: thesportscasters@gmail.com
Steve interviews Greg Wyshynski (00:06:14)from ESPN and the Puck Soup podcast. Greg talks about the demise of the Buffalo Sabres and the frustrations of the Sabres fan base. Greg also talks about the rise of Jack Eichel, the Sabres core, and speculates on their future. Greg and Steve also talk about the NHL trade deadline, Greg's other podcasts, and Alexander Ovechkin's run at Wayne Gretzky's goals record. Also, Mike Schopp(00:38:08) from WGR 550 joins us. Steve and Mike talk about the frustrating Sabres season, the greatness of Jack Eichel, and the epic rant on the WGR airwaves. Steve and Mike also talk about radio, Mike's goals, and the future of the Schopp and the Bulldog show. Steve starts the show welcoming everyone back after yet another surgery. The book club refreshes our memory about a book by Blake J. Harris. One last thing is about Steve's surgery and his recovery so far. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: thesportscasters@gmail.com
Steve interviews Andrew Marchand (00:13:23)from the New York Post. Andrew talks about working for the Post, being a part of the story, and his love for the sports media beat. Andrew also talks about Mike Francesa and the end of his run at WFAN, the ratings battle between Francesa and Michael Kay, and the legacy of the Mike and the Mad Dog show. Steve also asks Andrew about Tony Romo's future and allows Andrew to ask any questions he may have for Steve. Also, Matt Crossman (00:58:34) joins us to talk about the life and legacy of Neil Peart. Steve and Matt talk about becoming Rush fans, their favorite Rush songs, and the mastery of Peart's drumming. Matt also talks about his reaction when he heard Neil passed away, going to Rush concerts, and what he thinks the legacy of the band will be. Matt also talks about his work as a freelance journalist, explains why he left twitter, and discusses why he wouldn't want to be a staff writer. Steve starts the show with his wife Tammy (she bombs). The book club refreshes our memory about a book by Blake J. Harris and looks back at the very first book in the history of the club. One last thing is about Steve's surgery tomorrow and how he is preparing for it. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: thesportscasters@gmail.com
Steve interviews Ed Sherman(00:07:58)from The Sherman Report. Ed talks about his new book on the history of the Big Ten. Ed explains why he wrote the book, why he did it as a coffee table book, and tells some stories about the key characters and events covered in the book. Ed and Steve also talk about their history together, reminisce about The Sherman Report, and take a few minutes to talk some Chicago Blackhawks hockey. Also, Rob Miech (00:40:52) joins us to talk about his new book on sports betting. Rob talks about the evolution of legal sports gambling, the change in how gambling is covered by the sports networks, and the difference between the public and the professionals. Rob and Steve also talk about Steve's love for the Saints, Bryce Harper, and the Raiders in Las Vegas. Steve starts the show explaining what took so long to post a new show and to the shock of everyone this time it wasn't his health. The book club looks back on a jam packed 2019 and the show ends with one last thing on a picture of a picture. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: thesportscasters@gmail.com
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Podcast Details

Created by
The Sports-Casters
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Nov 30th, 2020
Latest Episode
Nov 30th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
414
Avg. Episode Length
About 2 hours
Explicit
No
Language
English

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