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May 30, 2021 101 min
In hour one, Ken talks to Swedish Indy car driver Marcus Ericsson ahead of today's Indy 500. He then talks to Bill Bender of the Sporting News on the Bearcats chances of crashing the College Football Playoff party this upcoming season. In hour two, Ken talks to Tom Petersson of rock band Cheap Trick on their newest album just released. He then talks to Joe Sheehan of Baseball Prospectus on the MLB standings at the Memorial Day mark of the season. In hour three, Ken talks to Seth Galina of Pro Football Focus on the 3-4 defense potentially taking over the 4-3 defense in the NFL and its potential to usher in a new era of defensive football. They also talk about why it is now easier to find linebackers in the NFL compared to find defensive linemen. He then talks to baseball writer Scott Miller on the two-way brilliance of the Angels Shohei Ohtani who is having great seasons both as a pitcher and a hitter.
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