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The Big Game
27 minutes | Dec 13, 2016
Ep. 70: MLS Cup
The Seattle Sounders won their first MLS Cup, defeating Toronto FC in a shoot-out after 120 minutes of scoreless, frigid soccer.
31 minutes | Dec 9, 2016
Ep. 69: An NBA Doubleheader
Eephus editor Josh Baldwin (@jozhbldwn) joins the podcast to talk about ESPN's Wednesday night NBA doubleheader.
31 minutes | Oct 4, 2016
Ep. 68 - Miracle Mets Make the Postseason
On Saturday, the New York Mets clinched a postseason berth. Their reward? Madison Bumgarner and his even-year specialists, the San Francisco Giants, in the single-game elimination NL Wildcard. The winner of which also earns the right to then face the 102-win, 108-year-miserable Chicago Cubs.
35 minutes | Sep 6, 2016
College Football - Week 1
Our resident SEC fan and LSU alum Guy Anglade (@musetteanddrums) returns to the podcast to talk about the opening weekend of college football. We cover Alabama/USC, the Houston/Texas/Wisconsin upsets, Bruins QB Josh Rosen and his mustache, and why preseason rankings are stupid.
41 minutes | Jul 12, 2016
Cristiano Ronaldo finally gets his international trophy and Portugal celebrates their unexpected win in France (against France!) at UEFA's European Championship.
34 minutes | Jun 9, 2016
Dubs & Cavs, Episode 65
Josh Baldwin (@jozhbldwn) is back co-hosting the podcast as we discuss Game 3 of the NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers.
36 minutes | May 26, 2016
A Whole Slew of New Zealanders
Josh Baldwin (@jozhbaldwin) joins the show to recap the Oklahoma City Thunder's dominating victory over the Golden State Warriors in Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals. We're amazed at the near one-handed Steven Adams ability to spread the ball, and the sheer unflinching destruction Westbrook and Durant have laid on the reigning champs.
34 minutes | May 13, 2016
St. Louis Blues vs. Dallas Stars
We're back! Martin Bihl (@martinbihl) joins the show to talk about his team, the St. Louis Blues, and their emphatic Game 7 victory over the Central Division rivals, the Dallas Stars.
20 minutes | Apr 7, 2016
Villanova vs North Carolina (NCAA Championship)
What an incredible finish to March Madness. Carolina, down by ten late in the game, storm back to tie with .04 seconds on the clock, nearly guaranteeing overtime and more great basketball. And then Kris Jenkins steals it at the buzzer! Villanova are crowned champions.
24 minutes | Mar 22, 2016
March Madness! 2016
The NCAA Tournament is well underway! Cinderella teams have come and gone in the first two rounds, and all four #1 seeds have made it safely into the Sweet 16. Guy Anglade (@musetteanddrums) joins the show to discuss what went wrong with our brackets and what to look forward to next weekend.
19 minutes | Mar 14, 2016
North Carolina vs. Virginia (ACC Championship)
North Carolina's mens basketball team brought home another ACC Championship, defeating the University of Virginia 61-57. Both teams however came out a winner on Selection Sunday when they each received a #1 seed in the NCAA Tournament.
37 minutes | Mar 9, 2016
Arsenal vs. Tottenham (Premier League)
Part 2 in our series on Arsenal's performance in big games finds the Gunners falling flat yet again, this time against their north London rivals Tottenham Hotspur. The 2-2 draw was the best possible outcome after a 2nd half red card was issued to Arsenal's midfielder Francis Coquelin, but the result drops them significantly out of reach of Leicester City, who sit in first place.
30 minutes | Feb 24, 2016
Arsenal vs. Barcelona (Champions League)
Lionel Messi's two away goals have likely knocked Arsenal out of the Champions League's Round of 16 for the sixth year in a row. Guy Yedwab, host of the Moment of Magic podcast, joins the show to break down what went wrong for the Gunners, and how Barcelona's attacking trident of doom won again.
32 minutes | Feb 9, 2016
Peyton Manning won his 2nd NFL Championship, this time behind the heroics of the Denver Broncos' defense. The league MVP Cam Newton couldn't find his footing for the NFC Champ Panthers in a game that featured no touchdown passes, but plenty of sacks. Chris Trappaso (@ChrisTrapasso), joins the podcast today to talk about the big game!
31 minutes | Jan 26, 2016
Golden State Warriors vs. San Antonio Spurs (NBA)
Steph Curry led the Golden State Warriors past San Antonio, the next best team in the league, in a 30 point blowout. Tim Duncan sat this one out, which leaves a small (small) chance that the 2016 NBA title has not yet been pre-determined.
40 minutes | Jan 21, 2016
St. Louis Blues vs. Detroit Red Wings (NHL)
These two former Central division rivals faced off on NBC Sports Rivalry Night this week, and the St. Louis Blues' defense shut down the Red Wings to take home the victory.
30 minutes | Jan 13, 2016
Alabama vs. Clemson (College Football Championship)
If you missed the 2016 college football national championship then you missed an instant classic and I feel bad for you. Why didn't you watch it? It was so much better than the NFL's wildcard weekend. Nick Saban once again brings a title back to Alabama, but the Clemson Tigers showed up to play and nearly pulled off a miracle at the end. 45-40 is everything you want in the final.
41 minutes | Dec 30, 2015
Leicester City vs. Manchester City (Premier League)
There was no winner in this battle between the #2 and #3 teams in the Premier League this week but Brandon Kelley (@HailCheaters) joins the podcast once again to help us figure out how in the hell Leicester's Foxes have made it into the top four and become one of the league's "must-watch" teams. Plus, it's our one-year anniversary show!
20 minutes | Dec 21, 2015
Carolina Hurricanes vs. Pittsburgh Penguins (NHL)
The Canes beat the Pens 2-1 in Pittsburgh on Saturday night. These two teams have struggled so far this season and sit near the bottom of the Metropolitan division, so it's not the usual Big Game episode. However, this is our Holiday Special and we're throwing out the rules!
39 minutes | Dec 10, 2015
Portland Timbers vs. Columbus Crew SC (MLS Cup)
The Portland Timbers are the first team to take MLS Cup back to Cascadia after defeating the Columbus Crew 2-1 in Ohio last Sunday. Scoring in record fashion, and with the assistance of the officials, the Timbers earned a spot in next season's CONCACAF Champions League with the win.
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