Friday, July 27, 2012

Round 27: Hurricane Moesha

Tony welcomes Leo back into the fold, and topics on the table include: the Penn State sanctions, the continuing saga that is the Dwightmare, more Jeremy Lin reaction, and baseball trade chatter.

After that, the guys switch the focus to the Olympics, with a special Lion's Den that gives you an Olympic preview from the gambler's perspective. The guys have another friendly bet, and the List segment reveals the most compelling storylines to watch for during the Games.

Lastly, can somebody possibly beat out James Holmes as the Sandusky winner this week? Only one way to find out!

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Friday, July 20, 2012

Round 26: Linsanity Leaves New York

With Leo once again unavailable, Tony has to fly mostly solo this week.  He talks about the utter farce that the Knicks made of the Jeremy Lin situation, why it was stupid for them to let him go, and how race yet again has played a factor in criticism of his new contract.  The other big NBA topic of the week is the continuing saga that is the Dwightmare, and since Tony has Dwight Howard on the brain, he decided that for this week's List segment, he would unveil the Top 10 greatest NBA centers ever.

This week's show does feature another guest appearance by the Godfather, Tony Sr.  Father and son discuss the Open Championship, and the Godfather answers questions rapid fire-style based on some of the topics Tony discussed earlier in the show.  Last but not least, the Sandusky features more bizarre, disgusting people.

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Friday, July 13, 2012

Round 25: They Are Who We Thought They Were!

The Freeh Report confirms what we have been saying on the show all along: the Jerry Sandusky case has been a Penn State institutional cover-up from the very beginning. Listen and hear why Joe Paterno's legacy will be tarnished forever, and that he doesn't deserve an ounce of sympathy.

The guys also talk more about NBA free agency, including the never-ending saga that is the Dwightmare. Leo laments that there isn't enough to bet on this week because of the MLB All-Star Break, so find out what he was forced to actually place a wager on! The List segment brings you the greatest Summer Olympic athletes from the USA and Russia, because, well, this is a show co-hosted by a Russian commie bastard.

Finally, check out the Sandusky nominees and find out if JoePa himself will join the list of winners.

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Saturday, July 7, 2012

Round 24: Nashed Potatoes

With Leo coming to you live from Las Vegas, the big news of the week is the unexpected acquisition of Steve Nash by the Lakers. The guys certainly have their thoughts on this, what effect the move will have, and what the Lakers should now try to get done from here.  (Dwight Howard, anyone?) This is hardly the only news of free agency, however, and the guys discuss it all from many different angles.

You'll hear discussion about the NBA Draft, who made out well, and who didn't. Tony shreds that racist scumbag Jason Whitlock to pieces and debunks all of his asinine arguments about the 1992 Dream Team, and Leo brings you the Lion's Den with a Vegas theme. For good measure, the List segment has a Vegas feel to it as well.

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