On today's episode, Jason kicks things off by sharing a few juicy details surrounding his contentious DM exchange with Kevin Durant. Needless to say KD wasn't a fan of some of the things Jason said on yesterday's podcast. Later, J-Mac takes a verbal blowtorch towards Aaron Rodgers after the Green Bay Packers publicly called out his young wide receivers. This type of jerky behavior coming from Rodgers isn't all that shocking, but it is highly disappointing. Finally, longtime FOX Sports broadcaster Tim Brando swings by to discuss how he ultimately ended up at FOX, why he believes the PGA Tour and LIV Golf series can eventually co-exist, why he believes Utah – not USC – is the best team in the Pac-12 entering next season, why he's betting the over on both the LSU and Kansas win totals, why he has Baylor as a dark horse national championship contender, what makes Alabama and Ohio State the class of college football this upcoming season, why Texas has been seemingly stuck in a rut for the last few years, why he’s picking Ohio State wide receiver Jaxon Smith-Njigba – not quarterback CJ Stroud – to win the Heisman, and much more!
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