Daly Dose Sports

Daly Dose Sports

The Daly Dose Sports Podcast is a look at the world of sports through the eyes of sports writer Clint Daly. A former basketball coach and host of the Daly Dose radio show heard in Denver, CO, Clint will guide you through the latest sports news and give you his unique opinion on today’s top stories. Sarcastic, irreverent, and insightful, the Daly Dose Sports Podcast will inform and entertain you with every episode.... Show More

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September 23, 2020 63 min
This week on the Daly Dose, we remind listeners to have their Teal Talk today, and we also look back at the horrible trend of teal in pro sports uniforms.
Deion Sanders takes a new job, but it might not be the one that was expected. There was a very impactful injury in Major League Baseball, the NFL has a rash of injuries, and we are once again wondering about the personnel moves of Denver Broncos GM John Elway. Plus, we discuss ho...
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This week on the Daly Dose, we wish two historical sports greats a very happy birthday, and reflect on how great it is to have sports returning!
The new AP college football is out, and we discuss why getting some new blood in the Top 25 is a really good thing. In the NBA, the Conference Finals are now set, as the Denver Nuggets shocked the Los Angeles Clippers, and the Miami Heat got a tough win against the Boston Celtics in Game 1...
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This week on the Daly Dose, we look back at the short, but important history of the American Football League. Then, we discuss the pitfalls of frozen TV dinners.
In the NFL, Adrian Peterson is joining the Detroit Lions, which could be a very dangerous move, the Denver Broncos may have lost Von Miller for the season, and Cam Newton is in heaven with the New England Patriots.
The University of Michigan isn’t playing college football r...
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This week on the Daly Dose, MLB teams are making moves for the stretch run, we lost two of the best college basketball coaches in history, and the NBA seems to have made a major mistake in their latest protest.
College football returned over the weekend, and while we are watching and cheering for it to have success, we have some suspicions that the Big Ten conference might be cheering for something else entirely.
Then, we bring you...
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This week on the Daly Dose, it is National Dog Day, and we are discussing some of the most popular dogs in the world of sports. Plus, we discuss one dog that probably doesn’t belong in sports at all!
The Philadelphia 76ers have fired their head coach, Baltimore Ravens safety Earl Thomas has some free time, and the first AP College Football poll shows why these polls are completely worthless.
Then we are joined by longtime basketball ...
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This week on the Daly Dose, we take a look back at one of Mike Tyson’s more memorable fights.
The Washington Football Team is hiring a new front office, ESPN has announced their new Monday Night Football lineup, we actually talk about Major League Soccer, and college football players are pleading to be able to play their season.
Plus, we read a listener email concerning the return to sports! Should college football be playing this fa...
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This week on the Daly Dose, we wish a happy birthday to heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury, and talk about his improbable rise to the top.
The PGA is crushing the television ratings, the NBA Playoffs are nearly upon us, and we look at whether all of the players opting out will be bad for the upcoming NFL season.
One college football team has cancelled their season, and now we have full conferences saying that they will play foo...
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This week on the Daly Dose, it is the anniversary of American Olympian Jesse Owens winning gold at the 1936 Olympic games in Berlin. We discuss the insane pressure that he must have faced.
The XFL finds some help from an unlikely source, and a group of college football players is making some demands, but they may not have thought them through completely.
Then, we are examining some of the things that we have already learned from th...
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July 29, 2020 65 min
This week on the Daly Dose, it is National Chicken Wing day and we are counting all of the ways to enjoy them! Plus, we wish a happy birthday to a very interesting person in the boxing world!
The return of Major League Baseball last week provided some very interesting moments, and we discussed whether the Miami Marlins should cause MLB and all of sports to be shut back down.
The NHL has a new team, and their nickname could be proble...
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This week on the Daly Dose, it is National Hot Dog Day, and we discuss that staple of American sports concession stands!
A major sports story took place last week, but most of the media tended to ignore it. Major League Baseball is returning this week, but most of us will ignore that too.
Two NFL players are hanging up their cleats, but they are each in very different situations, and the former Washington Redskins franchise still ha...
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This week on the Daly Dose, we take a look back at a memorable NFL player that led a pretty amazing life.
The NFL releases some of their plans for the upcoming season, and the Washington Redskins confirm that they will be getting a new nickname. We examine what finally made them change.
The NBA is getting ready to restart their season down in Orlando, and we take a look at some of the early news taking place from inside the bubble.
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This week on the Daly Dose, we talk about a wild 4th of July in the United States, and look back at an odd moment in sports history.
College football is discussing spring football, but we look at the obstacles with that idea, and the Pac 12 could be in for a major shakeup.
The Kansas City Chiefs give superstar quarterback Patrick Mahomes the biggest contract in NFL history, but there could be some drawbacks. Plus, the Washington Reds...
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This week on the Daly Dose, we wish a happy National Postal Workers Day to our favorite people in the world right now. We also remember on his birthday, that as great as Olympian Carl Lewis was, he had some flaws too.
The New England Patriots sign QB Cam Newton. What can we expect to see from that move? The NFL made an announcement that isn’t the bad news people think it is, and they also announced they will be making some changes ...
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This week on the Daly Dose, we have a very important holiday reminder that you might not want to hear, and why the movie Gremlins was so scary.
Then in sports news, the Dallas Cowboys finally sign Dak Prescott, the NCAA targets one state specifically, and Dr Anthony Fauci offers a few of his opinions on the upcoming football season!
We are then joined by Lauren Borgmier, a high school cheerleading coach to discuss her coaching caree...
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This week on the Daly Dose, we discuss the importance of Father’s Day, and the way that fathers change our lives.
The 2020 Major League Baseball Draft took place last week, and we give it all the time it deserves, NASCAR makes some major policy changes concerning the Confederate flag, and we wonder how it will change races. The NBA has hit a few snags on their restart, and the Denver Broncos are fully embracing sports gambling!. Plu...
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This week on the Daly Dose, we discuss the NBA restarting their season, and what possible problems they could face when they jump back into play.
Meanwhile Major League Baseball is still dragging their feet on a restart, and it could prove to be very costly, and could we be seeing the first domino fall in the long running college basketball scandal?
Then, with all of the crazy things taking place in the world right now, we decided to...
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This week on the Daly Dose, we discuss why June 3rd is a very significant day in sports history.
The NFL is putting their new onside kick rules on hold, but we explain why their rule changes have already been an offseason success.
NCAA Power 5 conferences are pushing to get their players paid, but we aren’t sure this won’t lead to a host of future problems, and Notre Dame football makes a change that could be good news. Meanwhile, t...
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This week on the Daly Dose, we discuss why In N Out would be a great place to visit on National Hamburger Day tomorrow.
We received some very good news from the NCAA last week about a possible return to real live sports, and the Tiger vs Phil golf match over the weekend was way better than expected. We also received news that the next major sports documentary could be underway, and we explain why we aren’t that excited about it.
Th...
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This week on the Daly Dose, we wish a happy National Waitstaff Day to all of those in the food industry, and remind everyone to be thankful to those working out in the public right now.
Then, we take a look at some sports news. The NBA is reopening slowly and the city of Los Angeles reminds us that everyone isn’t actually equal. We have a few stars in Major League Baseball that are making the league look terrible to the average fan...
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This week on the Daly Dose, we wish a very happy birthday to former NBA superstar Dennis Rodman, and we have a question for you about his celebration!
The latest episodes of Michael Jordan’s The Last Dance came out on Sunday, and we review what we learned this week, and what separates Jordan from every other contender to his GOAT throne. We also discuss why the NBA may not be starting any time soon.
Meanwhile, over in the NFL, Jay Cu...
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