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Sin The Fields
75 minutes | 8 days ago
Sin The Fields: A Summer League Unlike Any Other
As the return of ultimate appears imminent, STF turns toward summer league. To get an edge, they welcome former NFL player and current Pittsburgh sports media guru Dorin Dickerson to the program, and pitch him on baggage-ing with Tad this summer. His answer was genuinely surprising. Dorin talks about his experience as a pro athlete, predicts how some top ultimate players might measure up with NFL pros, and lays down a special challenge to a member of the ultimate community.All that plus some talk about the Richmond Cup, best ever league draft picks, and TTF.
68 minutes | 22 days ago
Sin The Fields: Club Season Time Machine
USAU has a plan for the club season: Make it 2009 again by science or magic. Join STF as they go back to a pre-Triple Crown Tour era. No rankings, no requirements, no spirit! Is this truly the way god intended the sport to be played? And with Masters Nationals now bid-only, what lengths is Tad willing to go to in order to lock up a bid?STF also welcomes Felix Shardlow to the program, giving the Englishman a chance to defend himself and the Hex after some recent slander on the program.All that, plus mascot drama and the perils of meeting new people post-vaccination in an impassioned TTF.
98 minutes | a month ago
Sin The Fields: Worst Tournaments Ever
After receiving a mountain of responses, Pat and Tad sift through the worst ever tournament experiences from listeners and give their own personal bottom three. If you're nostalgic for ultimate despite horrible weather, incompetent TDs, and weird disqualification scandals, this is the show for you.The guys also welcome Leah Tsinajinnie onto the program to discuss her meteoric rise from notable ultimate player to notable and PAID disc golf player, and try to to answer the question everyone has been asking this year: did ultimate players choose the wrong god?
70 minutes | 2 months ago
Sin The Fields: The Hex -- A Revolution or Complete Nonsense?
On the week that would have seen Pat and Tad convalescing after Nocturnal Decisions instead sees the STF guys get into the hottest not-so-new thing in ultimate: The Hex Offense. Is it the way of the future or just some trumped up European hipster bullshit? Pat and Tad look to both sides of the Atlantic for answers, and weigh in themselves. All that plus deciding the stakes of the ten year bet, introducing a new member of the STF family, and bringing some heat on T/T/F.
65 minutes | 2 months ago
Sin The Fields: Eurotrash
It’s an intercontinental pod crossover spectacular as STF welcomes Ravi and Liam from Eurozone to the program. They discuss the differences between European and American party tournaments, and give recommendations for tournaments that post-COVID American ultimate players should check out.All that, plus a very special Eurocentric T/T/F.
110 minutes | 3 months ago
Sin The Fields: A Requiem for the Metro East
It's an all Metro East show this week as Pat and Tad peel back the layers on one of the defining questions of their lives: Is there a method to the madness of the Metro East? To get to the bottom of this, they bring in two heavy hitter guests from the annals of Metro East lore: coach Bryan Jones and the Metro East's lone Callahan winner Lindsey Goldsmith-Markey. There may be no bottom to the Metro East, but if there is, this is the group to find it. There is all that plus a 10 year bet, some dad content, and an all Metro East TTF.
45 minutes | 3 months ago
STF Special: Betting $15,000 In Gold On The Future Of The Republic
Isaac Saul -- PoNY Captain, Pitt alum, notable heckler -- bet Frank Huguenard $15,000 in gold that Joe Biden will get inaugurated. He comes on STF to fill Pat and Tad in on all the details of this somehow real wager (and a possibly weirder almost bet that nearly went down). Check out Isaac's daily politics newsletter Tangle News. You can follow him at Twitter @Ike_Saul.
49 minutes | 4 months ago
Sin The Fields: The STF Holiday Party Spectacular
Pat and Tad are snowed in at the STF Subscribers Only Lounge over the holidays. Luckily, several friends are on the way to save their lives, and more importantly, the life of the STF Holiday Party.
43 minutes | 4 months ago
Sin The Fields: Lucky Number 7?
Following USAU's big announcement, Pat and Tad take a break from staring into the void of Christmas this year to look forward to some actual ultimate that might be played at some point, specifically college ultimate that might be played by 25 year old adults in their seventh year of eligibility. They also discuss the distressing state of online ultimate culture and react to the breaking vaccine news.
55 minutes | 5 months ago
Sin The Fields: Thanksinning
It’s like the Charlie Brown Thanksgiving Special, but for the worst Thanksgiving ever. Pat and Tad go over the Thanksgiving dinner table topics you would have to awkwardly navigate if there wasn’t a pandemic, try to replace Turkey Bowl pickup, and feature some special guest stars who are also going through it. The perfect accompaniment for eating your frozen TV dinner alone on Thursday!
71 minutes | 5 months ago
Sin The Fields: The Georgia/Pennsylvania Alliance
The election is over and STF has the scoop live from the ground in Pennsylvania and Georgia. Tad gives his professional opinion on every angle of the Four Seasons Landscaping debacle, before Preston Thompson - Georgia political organizer and member of the Ultiworld family - comes on the program to bask in Georgia's blue state status and send a message out to the haters. All that plus an update on the STF Skill Challenge, catching up on actual frisbee news we missed, and some important lessons on friendship in T/T/Fb.
5 minutes | 5 months ago
Sin The Fields: Election Update
Pat and Tad give a quick update on the 2020 Presidential election.
75 minutes | 6 months ago
Sin The Fields: The STF Skill Challenge, Old School Nationals
There's no Nationals this weekend, but at least we have this new skills challenge which is just as good! Right! Right? Pat and Tad put their own spin on a skills contest, before bringing Frank Sarbones back on the show to talk about what Club Nationals was like in 1994. All of that plus beer elitism, the frisbee to frat pipeline, and some Staten Island Ferry talk. Just feel that briny air!
77 minutes | 6 months ago
Sin The Fields: The Ones That Got Away
We’ve all had them. Ghosts from our old dreams, unicorns roaming the grassy fields of what could have been, avatars of different lives we could have lived. This week Pat and Tad look back at the ones that got away - the best ultimate players from their past who didn't stick with this dumb sport. It's a weird one.All that plus STF tackles the tricky subject of dying at the fields, spends too much time talking about The Godfather, and addresses the latest conflict in the Ultimate/Disc Golf culture war.
65 minutes | 7 months ago
Sin The Fields: Fall Tournaments, "Toxic Twitter", Canadian Teams
The summer of 2020 is finally over. Fall may not be much better, but at least we made it. With autumn in the air, the STF guys look at the magic of fall college tournaments and all of the important lessons one can learn from unsanctioned play. Fall isn't just tournament parties and going X/Y, it's also when Canadian teams come down over the border and pillage bids at Sectionals and Regionals. Seriously, what is up with that? Later, Tad gives insight into his diplomatic summit with Brodie and the role "Toxic Ultimate Twitter" has in the culture.
60 minutes | 7 months ago
Sin The Fields: Tales of Postseasons Past
Tad is on vacation this week, but as everyone starts to feel the ghost pangs of a lost postseason, STF offers a look back at some sectionals and regionals of the past with a compilation of the best tales of winning and losing (mostly losing. Just lots and lots of soul wrenching losing) in the postseason that the show has covered over the past five years.
46 minutes | 7 months ago
Sin The Fields: Masters Nationals, Semester without Ultimate
Pat and Tad are back, and after catching up on some light Brodie fanfic, pour one out for Masters Nationals and speculate on what college would have been like with no ultimate for a semester. All that plus an important anniversary and a petty but justified (?) T/T/FB.
68 minutes | 8 months ago
Sin The Fields: Why is Brodie Scared of Playing Tad at Schenley?
As some parts of the country start toying with the idea of playing ultimate again, Pat and Tad talk about what a return to play should feel like. How much can you change the rules of the game and have it still be worth playing?Tad reports on his continued dalliances with the world of disc golf, and the guys mull over theories on why Brodie refuses to take him on at Schenley. Is it cowardice? Something worse?All this plus a story from Uzbekistan, a braggadocious X-Ray tech, and a T/T/F we can all get on board with.
71 minutes | 9 months ago
Sin The Fields: BIPOC Highlight Reel, The First Ever Wildwood
It’s a somber tone for the fifth anniversary episode of Sin The Fields, because when there isn’t a Wildwood did the year even happen?Things cheer up with a set of incredible guests. First, Max Charles and Lili Gu come by to talk about the massive BIPOC highlight reel to be released next week and delve into the details of how these things get made and how they hope this will help the ultimate community rise to the current moment. Then the guys welcome a very special guest: mid-Atlantic ultimate legend Frank Sarbones, who was at the first ever Wildwood 28 years ago. Time earned wisdom not to be missed.
70 minutes | 9 months ago
Sin The Fields: Is Disc Golf Good?
The madness of a long, hot summer without ultimate is really setting in, as Pat and Tad ponder whether not having tournaments to play this year is an opportunity for personal growth, or like being forsaken by an uncaring god. Maybe both?The guys take stock of everyone’s chosen ultimate methadone, Disc Golf. Does it scratch the itch for ultimate die hards? Also, Pat commits to eating a lot of eggs for a good cause and weirdo Redskins name defenders get lit up in T/T/F.
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