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Off The Board with Jimmy Traina
45 minutes | 3 years ago
Drew Magary, Rohan Nadkarni, Matt Dollinger
Deadspin and GQ writer, Drew Magary discsusses what it's like to cover sports and politics in this day age, reflects on being part of one of the original and most popular sports blogs, Kissing Suzy Kolber and tries to figure out why NBA bloggers are so much better than NFL bloggers. Following the interview with Magary, SI.com colleagues and "Crossover TV" hosts, Rohan Nadkarni and Matt Dollinger join the show to talk about their show and some NBA topics, while Dollinger fires off some hot takes about Ronda Rousey and the WWE.
57 minutes | 3 years ago
Richard Deitsch, Arash Markazi
SI.com media reporter Richard Deitsch joins the show to talk a variety of topics including FOX airing the NFL Draft, Olympic broadcast controversies, what is going on with Boston's WEEI and more. Following Deitsch, ESPN writer, Arash Markazi joins "Off The Board" to discuss his role covering one fun event -- including Justin Timberlake's private Super Bowl concert, WWE pay-per-views, the Rose Bowl and more -- after another. Markazi also shares stories about the Playboy Mansion, Kate Upton and more.
41 minutes | 3 years ago
Tim Tebow, "The Office" Roundtable
Tim Tebow joins this edition of "Off The Board" to talk about his baseball career, the chances he'd play in the XFL, the Eagles win over the Patriots in Super Bowl 52, whether he could cut a WWE promo and much more. Following the Tebow interview, Jimmy Traina's SI.com colleagues, Daniel Rapaport and Chris Chavez join the show to have a roundtable discussion on the greatness of "The Office."
32 minutes | 3 years ago
Travis Kelce, Super Bowl props
Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce joined the podcast hours after his QB, Alex Smith, was traded to Washington. Kelce talked about the deal and Smith's new whopping contract. He also took us though what it's been like to have a brother (Eagles offensive lineman, Jason) playing in the Super Bowl. In addition, Kelce shared his opinions on a variety of wacky Super Bowl prop bets and discussed a variety of other topics. Following Kelce's appearance, SI.com's Daniel Rapaport joined the show to help break down the betting aspect of Super Bowl LII.
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