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Ron Baechle (St. Louis Blues "Towel Man"), A Recap of The Bachelorette, and Shout-Outs

Ron "Towel Man" Baechle (St. Louis Blues super-fan) joins Austin to talk about how he got started as the man who throws a towel after every Blues goal at home. Austin asks Towel Man how he got started, if he has his own parking spot, what it feels like to lead 18,000 fans in a cheer, how many towels he brings to each game, how big his towels are, what is on his pants, if he'll bust out the tuxedo jacket for Stanley Cup Final Game 6, how long he plans on doing this, who his sponsors are, what he did during the NHL Lockout, and when was the last time he missed a game (interview starts at 4:20). Plus, Austin is joined by Katy Dail (@thenonblogger on Instagram) to break down this week's episode of The Bachelorette. Katy shares the comparisons between The Bachelorette and the current political landscape in this country (40:50). And Austin ends the show with a new segment called Shout-Outs, where he just gives various things shout-outs. Bet you never coulda' guessed that one (1:21:29).

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01:32:43 6/3/2019

Past Episodes

Charles Davis (NFL on FOX, Madden '20) joins Austin to talk about dual-sport athletes, being a kicker in high school, what it takes to be the broadcast voice of the Madden video game series, players (and Hall of Famers) who complain about their Madden scores, what it was like to call the first game on the Big Ten Network - which just so happened to be the App. State-Michigan upset in the Big House, betting on the over/under for Kansas City Chiefs success this year, will the Browns ACTUALLY be good, and more (interview starts at 4:58). Plus, Austin gives his take on the viral Facebook event called "Storming Area 51, They Can't Stop All of Us!" (48:32), and he shares a typewritten letter sent to his radio station from an angry - and probably elderly - St. Louis Cardinals fan (55:55). Also, it's FANTASY SUITE WEEK on The Bachelorette so Katy Dail (@thenonblogger) joins Austin to break it all down. Lots of windmill talk (1:04:07). And finally the show ends with some Shout-Outs... to Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods, Brooks Koepka, the Memphis Grizzlies, Amazon, Bagel Boss, and more (1:48:52).
02:06:10 7/15/2019
Steve Gorman (drummer of The Black Crowes) joins Austin to talk about how the NBA comparative to horror movies, what we can expect from his new book about The Black Crowes, what made his sports talk radio show (Steve Gorman SPORTS!) so great, Ringo Starr's impact on The Beatles, his own impact on The Black Crowes, what makes a band great and how much luck plays into it, who would play him in the Hard To Handle movie, the USWNT winning the World Cup, where he was for the O.J. police chase, and what he thought about the movie Yesterday (interview starts at 4:50). Plus, Austin shares his take on the random photo collage that Bleacher Report tweeted after the U.S. Women's National Team won the World Cup (59:59), and Austin gives a breakdown of O.J. Simpson's birthday video that he made for himself (1:05:33). Also, Katy Dail (@thenonblogger) joins to breakdown this week's episode of The Bachelorette... HOMETOWNS! Of course Tyler C.'s hometown is perfect (1:11:15). And the show ends with some Shout-Outs... with some going to the late, great Jared Lorenzen, the late Ross Perot, Tiger Woods, the National Anthem, Rose Lavelle, the late Steve McNair and much more (1:45:35).
02:01:38 7/9/2019
This week's episode of The Show with Austin Huff is an extra special long episode for you to enjoy over your 4th of July holiday. Let this one simmer on the grill with the brats, burgs, and dogs. Fun, fresh content... all for 'MERICA! These colors don't run, but the time on this podcast sure does. Tim Brando (Fox Sports national sports broadcaster) joins Austin to talk about his favorite southern phrases, his love for Ernie Johnson Sr. and Jr., what it was like auditioning to take Pat Sajak's job of hosting Wheel of Fortune, working with Spencer Tillman, his all-time favorite college football game, calling the broadcast for three consecutive college football field storming games, being on the initial episodes of ESPN's College Gameday and TNT's Inside The NBA (interview starts at 4:58). Plus, Austin's wife, Meredith, makes her debut on The Show in a brand new segment called "Explain The #Trend" where Austin explains the drama surrounding NBA Free Agency and Meredith explains the drama surrounding Taylor Swift trying to buy back the rights to her music (1:08:57). Also, Austin is joined by Katy Dail (@thenonblogger) to break down this week's episode of The Bachelorette. We're a week away from hometown dates, and the drama blows up. At least we're out of Latvia, though (1:33:35). And of course, The Show ends with some Shout-Outs! This week going to the Walkman, the Golden State Warriors, the New York Mets (for mistaking two former players for being dead), Cash Cab, the U.S. Women's National Team, and Internet Challenge videos (2:23:57). Like we said, it's a long one this week. Have a fun and safe 4th of July. U-S-A! U-S-A! U-S-A!
02:36:40 7/1/2019
Adnan Virk (DAZN's ChangeUp, formerly ESPN) joins Austin to talk about the Raptors winning the NBA Finals, whether the 2000 Dunk Contest was the greatest of all-time, who he thinks is a sleeper in the MLB All-Star Celebrity Softball Game, if he enjoys covering the MLB All-Star break, what he thinks about women running on to fields trying to hug Cody Bellinger, what is going on in the NL Central, what it was like eating bubble gum from 1986, if he can say one nice thing about Adam Sandler and his comedy, what he thinks about Bob Ley retiring, and what college football coach other than Dabo or Saban who he would want to run his program (interview starts at 3:33). Plus, Austin gives a special tribute to Billy Mays on the 10-year anniversary of his sudden death (29:19). And Katy Dail joins to recap this week's episode of The Bachelorette. Latvia? Really, ABC?? (40:50) And, of course, can't end the episode without some shout-outs, with shout-outs going to Gary Pinkel, O.J. Simpson, St. Louis Blues, Cody Bellinger, LeBron James, The Hills: New Beginnings, Bob Ley, and more (1:23:47).
01:45:00 6/25/2019
Tony X. (Twitter's Most Famous Hockey Fan: @soIoucity) joins Austin to talk about the Blues winning the Stanley Cup, what it was like becoming hockey's most famous fan over night, what the coolest part of that viral experience was like, if he thinks the Blues will win another Cup, video games, who his favorite non-Blues NHL team is, the movie Hereditary, the movie Sudden Death (of course), what his least favorite Blues tradition is, and what he thinks about the song Gloria by Laura Branigan (interview starts at 3:52). Plus, Austin gives his take on O.J. Simpson joining Twitter and shares a preview of what it's probably going to be like with him on that website (40:56). Katy Dail (@thenonblogger) joins Austin for a recap of this week's episode of The Bachelorette - or should we say "half-episode" (52:07), and Austin ends the podcast with some shout-outs (1:30:33).
01:42:36 6/17/2019
Allie Mac Kay (co-host of KROQ's The Kevin and Bean Show) joins Austin (AGAIN!) to talk the Stanley Cup Final, David Ortiz getting shot, meeting Limp Bizkit, Justin Bieber wanting to fight Tom Cruise, Jeopardy James and his historic run on the show, the 25 year anniversary of O.J. Simpson "alleged" murder case, Instagram influencers going to Chernobyl, and what good TV shows she's watching right now (interview starts at 4:47). Plus, Austin gives his take in the hypothetical Justin Bieber-Tom Cruise fight, and says who he thinks would win (49:46). And Katy Dail joins to recap this week's episode of The Bachelorette (56:23). And Austin ends the episode with some shout-outs (1:40:54).
01:51:23 6/11/2019
Jamie Rivers (11-year NHL veteran, former St. Louis Blues defenseman) joins Austin to talk about if it's Stanley Cup FINAL or Stanley Cup FINALS, if former Blues take offense when people say this year's team isn't like Blues teams of old, why he used to rock a sould patch during his playing days, playing pick-up hockey with the guys from Nickelback, playing softball with The Black Crowes, what it was like simultaneously being the GM and head coach of the St. Charles Chill, why hockey guys pronounce it "organ-EYE-zation," a crazy story about his time playing hockey in Russia, and he shares the story of the time he died for 2 minutes and 22 seconds (interview starts at 2:19). Plus, Katy Dail (@thenonblogger on Instagram) joins to breakdown episode 3 of The Bachelorette, including the pregnancy class, Connor S.'s near-serial killer romantic gesture, the Secret Life of Pets date, Cam's pity rose, and JASON BIGGS IS BACK?! (42:53)
01:22:23 5/27/2019
Kyle Gibson (Minnesota Twins starting pitcher) joins Austin to talk about how the Astros get better service than them because they're just barely the best team in baseball, if MLB players play fantasy baseball, overcoming e-coli in the offseason, the entire Twins team's obsession with Game of Thrones, why he awkwardly looks at the camera during interviews like Nick Saban does, which Twins uniform is his favorite, what it's like playing for a manager named Rocco, how hard it is to lay down a successful bunt, and whether or not he's come around on bat flips. Plus, Austin is joined by Kyle Ayers (comedian, host of Never Seen It podcast) to play a game for the series finale of Game of Thrones even though Austin has never seen the show, and Kyle gives his take on the finale. And Austin breaks down this week's episode of The Bachelorette with Katy Dail (@thenonblogger on Instagram), where they talk about ABC Cam, Chris Soules legal trouble, John Paul Jones, and Katy's attempt at joining the cast a few years ago.
02:00:36 5/20/2019
Rod Huff (Austin's dad) joins Austin, for his 70th birthday, to talk about why the each love Waffle House so much and he shares his favorite moments from 'The Show' (interview starts at 3:22). Then Austin replays those moments and a few more, including: The Walk-On's Segment: Brad Smith Belly Button Lint Story (18:48), Charlotte Wilder (Sports Illustrated) talking about her childhood imaginary friend who she hated (23:34), Austin's take on The Beatles' masturbation parties with special guest Steve Gorman (27:10), and Ernie Johnson (Inside The NBA on TNT) shares why he and his dad are best friends (37:20). Happy 70th Birthday, Rod!
00:43:36 5/14/2019
Matt "Money" Smith (Voice of the L.A. Chargers and CBS's The Million Dollar Mile) joins Austin to talk where he got his "Money" nickname, how the L.A. Chargers have built a fan base in a market they used to be hated in, whether or not the Chargers Twitter account has gotten some P.F. Changs yet, how much is executive producer LeBron James really involved in The Million Dollar Mile, and which timezone is the best to live in for sports fans (interview starts at 3:41). Plus, Austin gives a take where he actually agrees with Stephen A. Smith on a take about naps... and Joel Embiid (33:20). And Kyle Ayers (Never Seen It podcast) joins to quiz Austin on the crests of the houses in Game of Thrones... even though Austin has never seen an episode (40:28). And Austin introduces a drinking game for The Show. #StopTheFadeRoute
01:07:59 5/6/2019

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