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Co-hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg spar over boxing's greatest pound-for-pound champions ahead of the upcoming rematch between Gennady Golovkin and Canelo Alvarez. Then, sportswriting veteran Jeff Pearlman joins them to discuss his new book about the league that got knocked out: 'Football for a Buck: The Crazy Rise and Crazier Demise of the USFL.' On the menu: Is the pepperoni on your pizza trying to tell you something?

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00:36:00 9/11/2018

Past Episodes

Hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg grab a sand-trap rake and drag pro golfer Matt Kuchar for winning $1.3 million at a tournament in Mexico and nearly stiffing his fill-in caddie. As a bonus, Dahlberg recalls his own moment of glory while toting the bag for a PGA Tour winner, Then, just-retired AP sports writer Bob Baum joins the pair to reminisce about the warmest _ and goofiest _ moments over four-plus decades with a courtside seat. On the menu: The King of Spuds.
00:42:02 2/19/2019
In this basketball-skiing twin-bill, Raptors coach Nick Nurse is back to assess the muscled-up Eastern Conference race and his own performance ahead of the NBA's All-Star weekend. Then hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg pivot to the slopes with AP skiing writer Andrew Dampf for a look back at the almost-unbreakable Lindsey Vonn. On the menu: You paid how much for the doughnut?
00:39:30 2/12/2019
Hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg _ who's playing hurt _ search for a silver lining after a lousy Super Bowl and try ranking the days on the sporting calendar always worth waiting for. Then NFL writer Rob Maaddi weighs in the "Brady or Belichick" debate and predicts which teams (not named the Patriots) might turn up at the big game in 2020. On the menu: Why the world needs more hazelnuts, and fast.
00:28:22 2/5/2019
Guest host Rob Maaddi and a panel of AP writers break down New England's 13-3 win over the Los Angeles Rams and look ahead to the 2019 season.
00:34:22 2/4/2019
A superstar lineup joins guest host Rob Maaddi on Radio Row. Hall of Famer Jerry Rice talks about mentoring Antonio Brown. Actors Sarah Michelle Gellar and Olympic champion Aly Raisman discuss changing the role of women in Super Bowl commercials. Actors Luke Wilson and Jason Weaver and former NFL star Eric Decker share their thoughts on a variety of topics, and a panel AP sports writers break down the Big Game.
00:50:14 2/2/2019
Hall of Famer Brian Dawkins opens up about overcoming depression and suicidal thoughts early in his career with the Philadelphia Eagles and guest host Rob Maaddi chats with a star-studded cast on Day 3 of Super Bowl coverage live from Radio Row in Atlanta. Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins, Falcons President Rich McKay, Jets offensive tackle Kelvin Beachum, former NFL players Will Witherspoon and Ricardo Lockette and AP national writer Paul Newberry discuss a variety of topics..
00:49:08 2/1/2019
Guest host Rob Maaddi chats with a super lineup of guests on Day 2 live from Radio Row at the Super Bowl. Former NFL linebacker Steven Jackson says his heart is with the Rams, though he finished his career in the playoffs with the Patriots. Saints linebacker Demario Davis talks about the team's heartbreaking loss to Los Angeles in the NFC title game. Falcons executive Steve Cannon breaks down why Mercedes Benz Stadium is geared for a thrilling fan experience beyond cheap hot dogs. Mega producer Will Packer hypes up his new movie about a female sports agent who gets inside the minds of men, and AP NFL writer Barry Wilner explains NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's non-answers to questions at his news conference.
00:38:43 1/31/2019
Guest host Rob Maaddi kicks off Super Bowl coverage live from Radio Row in Atlanta with a conversation with NFL executive Troy Vincent, who says changing overtime rules is on the table. Maaddi downplays the significance of trash talk and chats with AP sports writer Greg Beacham about Rams coach Sean McVay's uncanny ability to remember every play. Football comedian Costaki Economopoulos checks in with his unique brand of sports jokes and AP NFL writer Simmi Buttar breaks down the Patriots. 
00:39:01 1/30/2019
Hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg kick off Super Bowl week trying to pinpoint when the game morphed into a national holiday. NFL great and CBS analyst Dan Fouts joins the conversation to help jar their memories, then AP's Eddie Pells reports on how the league's last contract, designed to help veterans, actually had the opposite effect and might lead to a lockout next time around. On the menu: What are you going to do with all those avocados?
00:44:29 1/29/2019
Guest host Rob Maaddi reviews the thrilling games on NFL championship Sunday, explains his Major League Baseball Hall of Fame voting philosophy and shares his views on Carson Wentz's relationship with Eagles teammates. AP NFL writer Barry Wilner joins Rob to discuss what the NFL can do about its officiating problem, AP deputy sports editor Oskar Garcia offers his thoughts on the NFL attempting to ban some prop bets and baseball writer Ben Walker tells us if he'd rather build a team around Bryce Harper or Manny Machado.
00:35:12 1/22/2019

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