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UTSA head football coach Jeff Traylor joins us in the first hour to discuss his time on the job so far and dive into the details of football returning in the fall. Then we break down what sports are going to sound like going forward with empty arenas and half full stadiums. And lastly, we touch on the health concerns for older coaches returning to the sidelines.
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UTSA Athletic Director Dr. Lisa Campos joins Andy to discuss the reopening of UTSA campus and what to expect from the athletic department this fall. Later, Sul Ross Athletic Director Jim Goodman joins the show to share the details of how he accepted the AD role at Sul Ross and what he expects to accomplish there.
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Mike takes a break from vacation to join to show for a big announcement. Later, Doc Garrett joins the show and tells us now is the best time to get into better shape. And lastly, we close the show with punches for baseball owners, James Dolan, and more.
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Mac Engel of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram joins Andy to discuss the events that have taken place across our nation the past few days. Then Uncle Andy shares his built up asswhips from the past few months. And lastly, we hear an ironic end to Joe Exotic's zoo.
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Uncle Andy's in for Mike all week and we start by discussing the protests from this past weekend and what it all means moving forward. Then we talk to Burl Yarbrough of the San Antonio Missions about the future of minor league baseball in San Antonio as well as across the nation. Lastly, for a good laugh on this tough Monday, we hear the tale of a Wisconsin dive bar that shows serves breakfast with a side of porn.
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May 29, 2020 125 min
Taylor's off all next week, so we spend the last show of the week shooting the s and weeding through the days news.
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On the heels of reports of massive layoffs in the minor leagues, we ponder what the future holds for baseball's developmental leagues. After a wild night of terrible weather, we share our worst adventures in dangerous weather. And lastly, we gloat in the return of soccer across Europe.
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We rail against the ongoing contentious negotiations between the baseball owners and players, and stop down to specifically point out the cheap ass Oakland A's. Then we hear the crazy tale from Taylor's hometown of a flame wielding bandit trying to rob a hotel. And lastly, a touching moment in young Taylor's broadcasting career takes a dark turn when Craig Sager's personal life is put under a microscope.
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We start the show by hearing the twisted tale of this past weekend's dumbest criminal - the Kool Aid man that stole a pair of Timmy's autographed, game worn shoes. Then we hit on the asswhip that is baseball - from the current negotiations between the owners and players to the analytics takeover that has gutted the soul of the game itself. And lastly we break down Rolling Stone's list of All Time Summertime Songs.
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What's it going to take to make Jamal Adams a Cowboy - we discuss what the Jets want and different trade packages we'd offer. Then we Duck Some Dak while running through the data behind who was the best deep passer in the NFL last season. And lastly we hear an awful story of an idiot in an 18 wheeler.
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We spend way too much time breaking down the logic behind paying Dak - and along the way debunk the thought that he's only an "average" quarterback. Then we stop down to hear from newly reinstated Aldon Smith on how he's feeling leading up to his first football season in five years. And lastly, we discuss the pros and cons of ordering delivery fast food.
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Aldon Smith is officially back in the NFL, but it's still a long road ahead to becoming an impact player in the league again. Later we hear a tale of elderly sadomasochism outta Houston so twisted it's hard to believe. Lastly we follow up on the sex dolls of South Korean soccer and check in on the league table in Belarus to see how Slutsk and Dinamo Brest are doing.
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On the heels of The Last Dance, we stop down and remember The Worm's brief stint in silver and black and hear how David Robinson tried to keep him on the straight and narrow. On another Last Dance tangent, we hear from new tough guy Horace Grant about how he really feels about the MJ documentary. It's another 4 hour show sprinkled with asswhips, tales of horny cheerleaders, and a Mexican Cartel Report.
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We kick off the show by breaking down Governor Abbott's announcement that we're moving into Phase 2 of the state's reopening process - and most importantly what that means for sports. Then we get into the final two episodes of The Last Dance and discuss what our final takeaway is from the series as a whole. And lastly we stop down to investigate the wild weekends of several current NFL players.
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The NFL has an insulting and inexcusable new proposal to reward teams that hire minorities as head coach or GM, and we hear Taylor's instant reaction to it. Then we stop down to hear some new music from one of Taylor's favorites - Jason Isbell. And we close out with some audio from the great Michael Irvin discussing how he feels about guys wearing #88 for the Cowboys.
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We spend half an hour debating Steph Curry's ranking among the NBA's all time greatest - and accomplish nothing along the way. Then we stop down for some beer talk and hear how early in the day every state starts drinking. Lastly we have an oversized Mexican Cartel report with local ties.
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We spend way too much time breaking down Tim Duncan's ranking on Mickey's list of the best NBA players of all time. Then we turn our attention to Dak and question whether he's following Russell Wilson's contract negotiating playbook. And lastly we find Taylor's favorite Civil War era baseball player - Cannonball Titcomb.
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We discuss the newest college football rumor involving a potential TCU/Alabama matchup at Jerry World and review the long storied history of this epic rivalry. Later we stop down for a closer examination of Mickey's ranking of the best NBA players all time and decide who's career we'd rather have - Tony or Russ. Lastly, sprinkled throughout the show is our ongoing debate over who is the best American rock band of all ti...
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We get bogged down debating the best NBA coaches ever while trying to break down Disney's list of the Top 100 NBA Players of All Time. Then we hear Mike's take on the newest member of the TCU football program, and he just so happens to be their first 5 star recruit ever. Lastly we get into Adam Silver's recent call with every NBA player on the line and what they discussed.
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We hear Mike's Zoom question to the great Patty Mills, and unfortunately it's not another "guys easing guys" situation. Then we stop down for some 1940s Hollywood gigolo talk and close out the week with some isolated vocals from several musical greats.
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