Sunday Sermons w/Dan Barreiro

Sunday Sermons w/Dan Barreiro

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September 20, 2020 42 min
Dan Barreiro breaks down the Donaldson drama happening within the Twins and other toy department topics. The Vikings are at Indianapolis today to face the Colts, will they become 0-2? And former Vikings head coach, Mike Tice, gives his thoughts, when we finally get ahold of him.
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The last two hour show as Vikings vs Packers is just around the corner next weekend. Lots of Twins and NBA playoffs talk, is it worth it to lament the loss of Butler or was it about more than that? And former head coach for the Vikings, Mike Tice calls in to give his thoughts on the upcoming season.
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Dan has a lot to unpack with the latest addition to the Vikings, DE Yannick Ngakoue. Some bonus analysis from the Star Tribune's Ben Goessling. Dan wants to know, is he 'elite elite' or just 'elite enough' ? And the disappointing performances from the Twins as of late.
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August 23, 2020 86 min
Dan wants to explore the idea of trust within our Minnesota sports teams. Can the Twins stick to this new formula for success? Will the Wolves just squander the number one spot? And moral policing college students, a fool's errand? That and more!
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Dan is back from his vacation up north and has a lot to say about everything that went on while he was gone. His thoughts on the Big 10 postponement, and why college football is actually non essential. It's time to decide to send the kids back to school or stick with distance learning, how hard that decision can be for some families. The situation in Iowa after a disastrous storm came through last week. And in lighter news, how...
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Dan is not too pleased with the false hockey promises of the Wild and the defeat by the Canucks in Game 4 of the qualifying rounds, and he is not holding back. And Russo Radio weighs in with his elite hockey insight.
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There's actually sports news to cover and it's a little unnerving. How the Twins are doing and the current state of the MLB. The State Fair Food Parade leaves much to be desired. Ode to a Dead Guy, the iconic actor, Wilford Brimley. The Minnesota Wild play the Vancouver Canucks tonight, and Russo Radio has all the details.
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Dan is joined in by Michael Russo to talk about the NHL Bubble and the importance of attitude. Alright, who stole the studio remote? Trouble in the NBA Bubble already? And the much anticipated extension Mike Zimmer's contract.
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Dan is skeptical yet ready for the return of professional baseball. Ode to a Dead Guy, civil rights activist, Representative John Lewis. Reflecting on the bravery of the Freedom Riders. The Astro's legal troubles and how they plan to avoid them. And Dan weighs in on the NBA Snitchline.
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July 12, 2020 88 min
On this edition of the Best of Bumper to Bumper, Dan talks with ESPN's Kevin Seifert, the Star Tribune's Chip Scoggins, Dr. Bill Morice of the Mayo Clinic, and Canada's most interesting man, NHL legend, Ken Dryden with Lou Nanne.
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Dan is checking his symptoms for possible Cabin Envy this year due to the neverending Covid Winter. The discussions we need to have regarding the return of children to schools, at least part time. And the return of certain leagues appears to be imminent, but is it realistic?
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Dan begins the show discussing the uptick in violence in Minneapolis as defunding and abolishing the police becomes more of a reality. A replay of an incredible conversation with Twins great, Rod Carew. And the cheap and easy way to reduce your Covid contraction risk.
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Dan is not impressed with how the MLB is handling the reopening of baseball, meanwhile the other sports leagues are doing it right. Owner of the St. Paul Saints, Mike Veeck, shares his thoughts on the current social climate and what that says about the future of professional baseball.
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Dan is pretty surprised and unnerved by the response Mayor Frey received when stating he would not defund the Minneapolis Police Department. There are obvious problems within the MPD but how do we go about making changes? A surprise call in from Chief Blair Anderson of St. Cloud and hearing what you have to say.
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Dan Barriero talks about last night's enforcement of the curfew. A tribute to George Floyd by sports writer and KOMJ's, Ray Richardson, and what he thinks we need going forward to heal. As well as FOX 9 reporter Christina Palladino recounts being fired upon with rubber bullets in her news vehicle.
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May 24, 2020 95 min
Is summer ostensibly cancelled in Minnesota with no 2020 State Fair? What we'll find to entertain ourselves and pass the time. The great mask debate continues, where can we find the truth? And how will sports start to feel with no fans or crowds?
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Dan is talking youth sports this morning, with the kiddos itching to get out and play some little league, but what is best for everyone? The testing conundrum. Ode to a Dead Woman. And what you think on the whole issue.
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A guest-less Sermons on this Mother's Day edition, but plenty to discuss. The great mask debate has begun, good points on both sides, but who's right? And thoughts on The Last Dance as it begins to wrap up.
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May 3, 2020 89 min
Dan talks the significance of The Last Dance and the contrast of then and now with the friendly culture between players. Plus, Murder Hornets and NFL Draft lamentations.
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Thoughts on the draft, Dan isn't as pleased as some. What we're listening to during this Covid Winter. This is the end: the high 'art' of the nude selfie. The Vikings hate Gophers. Why the Draft is about replenishing and an interesting phone call takes Dan to task.
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