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Ask Me Anything: Josh and Damien

Josh (@JoshFlagner) and Damien (@DamienBowman) have an impromptu ask me anything about a variety of topics. More Than a Fan History Should TVs talking heads reveal their biases and can they be fair after? Does Damien enjoy firing people? Indians biggest problem — the fans or the Dolan’s? People: Hayden Grove (@H_Grove) Stephanie Metzger (@SMetzgerWKYC)... Continue reading →


2018 College Football Roundtable: It’s Time To Get Serious About This Season

Welcome back to the College Football Roundtable — Week 8 edition. This week’s panel is HUGE and we talk a lot about the top end of the AP Top 25 and a little bit about Virginia! Settle in, folks! Kristen Botica (@KristenBotica), a former writer at Campus Pressbox, formerly @OGKristenB Damon Del Rosario (@DamoKnowsSports), a former writer... Continue reading →


Four Questions: Josh Talks Tiger, the Browns, the Cavs and MLB Playoffs

Josh (@JoshFlagner) talks about the return to victory for Tiger Woods and the Cleveland Browns, sets his expectations for the Cleveland Cavaliers and a quick preview of MLB’s playoffs. Tiger Woods has been playing professionally since 1996, and just won his first tournament in five years after injury and domestic issues. Why is he still... Continue reading →


Four (Six) Questions: Dan Gilbert, Cleveland Browns and Ohio State’s Potential

Damien (@damienbowman) and Josh (@JoshFlagner) talk about the prospect of Dan Gilbert leaving Cleveland, how well (or poorly) the Browns played in Week 1 and what’s the ceiling for this year’s Ohio State football team. Four Questions: What surprised you most about the Browns in Week 1? (quick thoughts) Have you adjusted your season expectations... Continue reading →


Four Questions: Josh Previews the 2018 Cleveland Browns

Josh (@JoshFlagner) answers four questions about the 2018 Cleveland Browns before the season begins this Sunday at home versus the Pittsburgh Steelers. What will the Browns record be after January 30th? Which teams will they have beaten? Will Hue Jackson be the Browns coach at the end of the season? If not, when will he... Continue reading →


The SEC: Yesterday and Today 12 | Lyn Scarbrough, Lindy’s Magazine

Part two of the Iron Bowl specials is a dandy! Lyn Scarbrough (@Lindyssportsmag), of Lindy’s Sports, joins Bird (@Autull) for the third time this season and they bring it with some extensive information on this rivalry which is, arguably, the greatest in all of college sports. The two begin by sharing their memories of the... Continue reading →


The SEC: Yesterday and Today 11 | Stephen Smith, Touchdown Alabama Magazine

Episode 11 of The SEC: Yesterday and Today is the first in a special two-part podcast on the greatest rivalry in college football, the Iron Bowl. Bird (Autull) begins with the vital statistics on the history of this epic series which stands at 45-35-1 in favor of Alabama. Stephen Smith (Smsmith_TDALMag) then comes on on... Continue reading →


The SEC: Yesterday and Today 10 | Michael Gray, Georgia

The Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry renews for the 121st time this Saturday at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, AL. This is only the fourth time the two teams have met with both teams being ranked in the Top 10. Auburn is number 10 and the Georgia Bulldogs are the number one ranked team in the College... Continue reading →


The SEC: Yesterday and Today 9 | Ross Dellenger, The Advocate

Bird (Autull) and Ross (@RossDellenger) begin the conversation with a little chat on baseball before they get down to the nitty gritty of LSU vs. Alabama. Yes, the Houston Astros, a few miles west of Baton Rouge on I-10 West, just defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers to capture the World Series title. The Astros had... Continue reading →


SportsHax 2 | It Hasn’t Been a Good Year

A discussion about the Cavs slow start led to an analysis of how social media has positively affected all the major sports except for football. The guys talked about why social media has elevated the bad things in football but largely allowed NBA players to publicly repair their image after incidents. Ryan ushered in a... Continue reading →


The SEC: Yesterday and Today 8 | David Waters, Gators Breakdown

Bird (@Autull) welcomes David Waters (@GatorDave_SEC) to the podcast this week. But before the two begin their conversation Bird gives some pertinent info on the Florida-Georgia series, which will take place, Saturday, for the 95th time. Dave then joins the show and delves into a fascinating and in-depth look at The World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail... Continue reading →


The SEC: Yesterday and Today | Mike Loveall, Last Word On Sports

The year 1992 is Bird’s (@Autull) focus in the opening segment of the seventh podcast in The SEC: Yesterday and Today series. He takes a long look at that year, 25 years ago, in college football history. Conference champions, the national Champion, statistical leaders, milestones, and other interesting tidbits are examined and expanded upon in... Continue reading →


The SEC: Yesterday and Today 6 | Lyn Scarbrough, Lindy’s Sports

Lyn Scarbrough, of Lindy’s Sports, returns to the podcast this week with an information-packed take on the SEC at the halfway point of the 2017 college football season. He and Bird (@Autull) delve into the surprise teams and players in the conference, as well as its disappointments. The two review the first half on the... Continue reading →


The SEC: Yesterday and Today 5 | Evie Van Pelt, The Rebel Walk

Evie Van Pelt (@OleMissEvie) joins Bird (@Autull) on this week’s podcast. The two begin the show with the obligatory exchange of pleasantries and then get into a conversation on various topics pertaining to their respective schools and Evie’s journey from being a graduate of Texas A&M to her becoming the Managing Editor and Publisher of... Continue reading →


The SEC: Yesterday and Today 4 | Sharp Williams, Hog Database

The program begins with Bird (@Autull) giving some vital statistics on the Arkansas-Texas A&M series and then he welcomes Hog fan extraordinaire, Sharp Williams (@SharpTusk), to the show. Sharp shares some fascinating historical information in the conversation, including Arkansas football’s first nickname, which was not the Razorbacks. Sharp is writing a book on early Arkansas... Continue reading →


SportsHax 1 | Dan Gilbert Isn’t Tall Enough to be Satan

Live from Medina Cigar and Tobacco, where we don’t know anything, welcome to the first SportsHax podcast. Josh Flagner (@railbirdj) leads Damien Bowman (@damienbowman), Ryan Thompson (@rthompak13) and Jake Altman (@shakeandjake7) through a myriad of current sports and believe it or not, sports media topics. Topics: Halls of Fame Barry Bonds, The Dream Team and... Continue reading →