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Aired 9 months ago 83:34
589 Patton Oswalt, Andy Daly
Comedian extraordinaire Patton Oswalt joins Scott to talk about the second season of A.P. Bio, whether King Kong did nothing wrong, and which superhero he would want to portray in a motion picture. Then, Dalton Wilcox, Poet Laureate of the West returns to announce his new name.This episode is brought to you by Roman (www.getroman.com/BANGBANG), Dexter Guff is Smarter Than You podcast, Thomasâ€™ English Muffins, and Hotel Tonight (www.hoteltonight.com).
Aired 6 months ago 62:40
06/13: Let's guess which six schools the NCAA is going to hit with Level I infractions in the coming weeks
CBS Sports' Dennis Dodd reported a major story on Wednesday: an NCAA official told Dodd that six men's basketball programs would receive notices of allegations this summer, including two high-profile schools that would be notified by early July. The timing is surprising. So who will the schools be, and should any punishment be expected for the 2019-20 season? Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander spend the first 30 minutes of the pod discussing that, then get to their NBA mock drafts (30:00), and lay out their predictions for the careers of Zion Williamson, Ja Morant, RJ Barrett and more. They also discuss the players they have the most disagreement on in the first round, and touch on the diverging NBA paths of Darius Garland and Romeo Langford. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Aired 11 months ago 98:09
Ep. 7 | You Have Real Choice in Education | Guest: Brad Wilcox
Aaron and Todd indulge in some epic outbursts from Leftists, examine Tucker Carlson's argument about morality and the economy, and lament how Christians seeking government jobs have been targeted by Democrat lawmakers. In Hour Two, Brad Wilcox, Director of the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia, joins the program. Lastly, the team opens the phones to hear your thoughts on how parents should approach the "college track" in their children's education.