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Episode 112: What would it take for the Chargers to return to San Diego?

9/22/2017
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John G. and Craig explore the rumors swirling about the NFL owners potentially enticing the Spanos family to move the Chargers back to San Diego, talk about the positivity surrounding SDSU Aztecs football, and follow-up on the story about the Padres adding more protective netting at Petco Park. Special Guest: Craig Elsten.

Duration: 01:02:04


Episode 111: CASUAL FRIDAY: Rams and Chargers fight for San Diego

9/8/2017
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The Casual Friday crew is back together to discuss San Diego's (lost?) love of the NFL, the Rams and Chargers fighting over the market, and how media has changed since teams started building their own media departments. Special Guests: Craig Elsten and John Browner.

Duration: 00:54:17


Episode 110: CASUAL FRIDAY: The Chargers aren't this dumb, are they?

8/25/2017
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The guys get together to talk about the Chargers firing Bob Wick, Finding Darko, The Athletic and the rise of "paid media", and finally the newest political TV show.

Duration: 01:00:01


Episode 109: CASUAL FRIDAY: How many Chargers fans are from San Diego?

8/11/2017
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The Casual Friday guys get back together, with John G by phone, to talk about politics, sports, life and the usual stuff. Special Guests: Craig Elsten and John Browner.

Duration: 00:57:25


Episode casual-friday-san-diego-los-angeles: CASUAL FRIDAY: Why San Diego sports is the way it is

8/4/2017
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The Casual Friday crew tries (unsuccessfully) to keep politics out of it before talking about irresponsible dog owners, Los Angeles' sports scene vs. San Diego's, segregation in media coverage (and how it relates to Colin Kaepernick), and more. Special Guests: Craig Elsten and John Browner.

Duration: 01:15:25


Episode 108: The return of SoccerCity & the San Diego Chargers

7/24/2017
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John Gennaro talks about enjoying the "Thanks for the Memories" event at Del Mar celebrating the former San Diego Chargers players, the SoccerCity project in Mission Valley coming back to life, and all of the exciting basketball that is currently going under the radar.

Duration: 00:26:29


Episode 107: CASUAL FRIDAY: Money runs the world

7/14/2017
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The Casual Friday crew is back with a discussion about how money runs politics (and the media), racism in the McGregory-Mayweather press conferences, and a limit on bromances. Special Guests: Craig Elsten, John Browner.

Duration: 01:02:15


Episode 106: NBA Summer League is Amazing

7/13/2017
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John's back from the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas with stories to tell, including one about terrible beer, opinions on the MLB All-Star Weekend and a very quick AFC West Preview.

Duration: 00:19:21


Episode 104: Trea Turner is better than Wil Myers

6/28/2017
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John Gennaro opens with the story of Chris Paul leaving the Los Angeles Clippers with bitter feelings about Doc Rivers and Austin Rivers, compares Wil Myers and Nationals SS Trea Turner, and goes over some of the recent mistakes made by the San Diego Padres' front office.

Duration: 00:28:13


Episode 100: CASUAL FRIDAY: "A legend in his own time."

6/9/2017
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The guys get together to talk about legends in their own time, the NBA Finals, ESPN's digital team taking a risk (and getting a big win), and James Comey's testimony. Special Guests: Craig Elsten, John Browner.

Duration: 01:07:06


Episode 85: A Sports Fan’s Guide To Cutting The Cord

4/18/2017
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Jennifer Van Grove, a digital lifestyle reporter for The Union Tribune, joins Jordan Carruth and John Gennaro on Monday evening with a full, detailed guide on how sports fans in San Diego can “cut the cord”. Special Guest: Jordan Carruth.

Duration: 00:21:26


The Politics Episode

11/10/2016
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John Gennaro and John Browner talk about the fall-out of the 2016 President Election and what President Trump could mean for the future of the country.The Politics Episode

Duration: 00:31:11