The Scoop (KLGR Radio)

The Scoop (KLGR Radio)

"The Scoop" is a Minnesota Sports radio show that airs daily around 3 PM on Monday-Friday. Seth Toupal hosts the show and has a stacked lineup of (usually MN) sports reporters and personalities that hang out with him every episode. You won't want to miss this show if you love Minnesota Sports!

Episodes

August 28, 2020 18 min
(8-28-20) On Episode 9 the guys look at the latest Big Ten News and how Kevin Warren's bluff being called will impact his legacy as Big Ten Comissioner. They also look at the Timberwolves getting the first overall pick in the NBA draft and who they might draft at that spot.
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(8-27-20) On Episode 16 of Lines & Wines Jake makes his return and the guys recap Round 1 of the NHL Playoffs. They look at what has unfolded so far in Round 2 and begin to rebuild the Wild as they go Between the Lines and play "Keep or Cut" with the Wild roster.
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(8-25-20) On Episode 13 the guys recap some of the biggest moments from the first round of the NBA Playoffs. They also look at young NBA stars who have shined brightest and try to make sense of what is going on with the Big Ten. Plus of course more bets!
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(8-21-20) On Episode 12 the guys play word association with each NBA Playoff series. They look at which teams are most impacted by the lack of Home Court Advantage. And, of course, plenty of bets.
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(8-20-20) On Episode 15 Jack Kewitsch fills in as cohost for Jake and the guys answer several Wild offseason questions, such as how the goalie situation should play out, potential free agents the Wild should target, Zach Parise and Ryan Suter's status and more. Plus many many tangents!
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(8-13-20) On Episode 14 the Bardown Beauties join the show for an amazing night of wine, Wild and laughs.
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On Episode 11 the guys give their Bubble Awards for the best players during the NBA's restart. They also look at the B1G Conference cancelling the fall sports season and the many ripple effects that decision could have.
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On Episode 13 the guys break down what we've learned in every qualifying round series so far. They also look at the round robin tournaments so far and Jake shares some ideas the Wild should consider ahead of Game 3
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On Episode 10 the guys look at NBA teams that are built to succeed in the bubble and those who have struggled. They also look at the effect Uconn cancelling their football season will have on the reset of the NCAA.
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(7-31-20) On Episode 8 the guys rejoice at the NBA being back and also look at their level of concern over what has been happening in Major League Baseball this week.
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(7-30-20) On Episode 12 Michael Russo joins the show to talk wine, travel and a little hockey. The guys give heaps of praise to the Seattle Kraken, preview the NHL Playoffs and make a few big announcements at the end of the show!
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(7-29-20) On Episode 9 the guys react to Major League Baseball's COVID-19 problem and Tom Thibodeau being hired as Knicks head coach. They examine whether or not professional sports can function during COVID or if we are at risk of things shutting down again. And of course, BETS!
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(7-24-20) Today on The Scoop Joe Johnson joins to look at Mike Zimmer's extension and a few other Vikings topics making news this week. Nash Walker joins to preview Opening Day and why the Twins offense could be even better this year.
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(7-23-20) On Episode 11 the guys kick back and remember some of their favorite obscure athletes from different sports. Seth pitches an idea for NHL-Seattle's logo and they cheers Mike Zimmer for his new contract extension. They also tease BIG plans for the next couple of episodes.
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(7-21-20) On Episode 8 the guys draft point guards based on the best statistical seasons they have seen in their lives. They also update on resumption of play around the world of sports and why it seems like College Football and the NFL might finally officially be in trouble.
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(7-17-20) Today on The Scoop Nash Walker joins to look at the Twins getting ready for the season and some over/unders they may hit. Daniel House looks at what to expect from Gopher football next season and Kyle Ratke wonders what life in the Orlando bubble is like for the NBA.
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(7-17-20) On Episode 7 the guys look at the national love the Twins are getting ahead of the MLB season. They give the Wild some praise for signing Kirill Kaprizov and making Dean Evason the full time coach. They finish with Strom's Memorial tournament picks and a plea for Major League Baseball to get rid of their new extra inning rule.
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(7-16-20) On Episode 10 the guys preview the schedule for the resumption of the NHL season and declare that it is the best thing the NHL has ever done. They also talk Kirill Kaprizov signing with the Wild, Dean Evason becoming the permanent head coach of the Wild and why Nordy absolutely sucks. Every Western Conference mascot is also rated with some hits and some big misses.
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(7-13-20) On Episode 8 the guys talk about some growing pains the NBA is experiencing in the Orlando Bubble and the news that the Big 10 will only play conference games this season. They also recap Iowa-Ohio State from 2017.
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(7-10-20) Today on The Scoop Nash Walker joins to look at the Twins 2020 schedule, as well as a few Twins who tested positive for COVID-19 and why the Twins are poised for big things this year.
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