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This week, on the Super Smith Bros Show: BLS and DRS continue thier discussion on the Metal Gear series, discuss the release of Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls, Wal Mart accepting trade ins, Rocksteady finishing the Batman series, yearly releases, and much much more! Don't miss it!
In this episode of Super Smith Bros, BLS and DRS discuss Grand Theft Auto 5, and GTA Online. With the announcement of updates coming in the Spring, is GTA Online what we expected? We'll also continue our Metal Gear discussion, as we go back through the series in preperation for the release of The Phantom Pain. Plus, we'll randomly argue and discuss our games of the week! Don't miss another episode of Super Smith Bros!
It was bowling-shoe ugly as Dre predicted, with defense ruling the day, and it featured by far the worst numbers for a Super Bowl winning QB. But the Broncos suffocated the Panthers, making a winner out of Peyton Manning and losers out of Dre and Jay. The boys discuss what went right for Denver, what went wrong for Carolina, why the commercials were so terrible, and anything else pertinent to the Big Game.
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Back by Popular Demand Elana and Steven dive in to the second episode of The Venture Bros. called "Maybe No Go". The Venture Bros. cartoon on Adult Swim references everything from Hannah-Barbara to Marvel, David Bowie to the Big Bopper, cult cinema, Oscar Wilde to Henry Kissinger. The show’s central theme is failure-- the reality of life after the promises and optimism of the 60s space age have faded. But also the positive value of failure as a way to learn and grow, of making unpleasant realities better, and ultimately whether you can learn to keep the joyfulness of youth without its illusions.
In this podcast episode Elana and Steven continue to explore the series as pop culture history geeks, talking about the latest episode, drawing out themes and references.
In another appearance on the Sportsology channel, The FDH Lounge reviews Super Bowl 50 with sportswriter Michael McCarthy.
Super Bowl 50 is in the books, and on this episode of The Broad Street Line, we break down the NFL's signature game and explain exactly how the Denver Broncos' D was able to neutralize Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers.
Later in the show, we'll take a look at the Philadelphia Eagles as they head into free agency, list the best players in the history of the NBA, and get you caught up on the past week in sports as only we can. So come and take a ride on The Broad Street Line: The future of sports talk radio has finally arrived.
Our guest is Luke McAvoy, a defensive lineman for the University of Minnesota from 2011-14. He wrestled with a secret for years -- he was gay. McAvoy hid it fearing rejection but when he summoned the courage to come out, he was met with acceptance and support from teammates.
"It was the acceptance from my teammates that I will remember," he writes. "Being part of a family that did just about everything together for four years was amazing. Being part of a family that turned out to be so much more accepting and supportive than I could have imagined made me realize that I had nothing to fear. The only thing I should have been afraid of was what was in my own mind."
We discuss McAvoy's journey and Outsports' trip to the Super Bowl.
The Best in the World Sports Report: Episode 41 -Wow... what a Super Bowl; Birds still have no clue about Bradford and when will they sign Fletcher Cox; Sixers at the All-Star Break & Flyers Talk.
Join us this week as we recap Super Bowl 50, from the on the field play to the off the field controversy...and that controversy even spilled over to the halftime show. We'll discuss it all!
We'll also give you our thoughts and predictions for NBA All-Star Weekend in Toronto, LeSean McCoy's dudt-up with some off-duty cops, and a whole lot more.
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This weeks episode of Puck Off has Frazer Smith and Joe Bartnick giving a complete rundown of the weekly happenings of NHL Hockey; Buff stays with the Jets, tickey tackey goalie interference calls, Manning tries to be a Flyer during the Flyers vs Ducks game, we get an awesome new follower on Twitter, and so much more PLUS the weekly awards and YOUR Tweets!
Radio legend Frazer Smith and comedian Joe Bartnick get together each week to talk hockey with their comedy friends!
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Jeremy "The Impact" York wraps up the season that was in the NFL. What happened in the SuperBowl and how does it affect the offseason? Who were the big winners at the NFL Awards? Plus he breaks down a few positions for the Falcons and what they should do in the foreseeable future! Join him in the FalconZone, presented by Impact Media!
Super Bowl 50 is officially be in the books. What was the biggest story line of the game and did this year’s NFL Championship live up to the hype? Was this the last time we’ll see Peyton Manning in a live NFL game? Is Cam Newton the future face of the NFL? What impact did Social Media have on the messages around the game it's players? Certified Social Media Strategist Barbara Pender joins us live.
Marshawn Lynch announced his retirement during the game live on Twitter. Is early retirment for super stars in the NFL the new norm? What's next for the NFL?
All eyes are on the NBA now and the NCAA Road to the Final Four. The NBA trade deadline is February 18th. We’ll check out some of the biggest trade rumors and look at who might be going where. The Final Four will be in Houston this year. Hear from Dan Gavitt of the NCAA.
Plus, Spring Training for Major League teams is right around the corner. We’ll tackle all of this and more on this week’s show. It’s a fun hour of sports you don’t want to miss!
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