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Is the 'Kingsman' sequel a royal bust?

Brett and Brian are joined by special guest Erik Davis of to review the super spy sequel 'Kingsman: The Golden Circle' and discuss how the franchise fits with other secret agent series. Plus in the Nerd Alert, we talk about the new 'Tomb Raider' trailer plus some intriguing 'Terminator' casting news. (Photo: Giles Keyte)

Duration: 00:28:24

Ep 245: A closer look at Tom Brady's TB12 Method

There's one person in the world the TB12 Method works for, and that's Tom Brady. Charles Curtis and Hemal Jhaveri walk through some of the more intense claims Brady makes in his new book.

Duration: 00:26:35

September 22, 2017: Hurricane Maria remains a threat

Plus, President Trump campaigns for Republican Sen. Luther Strange in Alabama, the new iPhone is here, Fall officially begins and Brexit negotiations trudge on. (Photo: Ricardo Arduengo, AFP/Getty Images)

Duration: 00:03:31

Shakeup at Nebraska, malaise in the SEC and previewing Week 4

Shakeup at Nebraska, malaise in the SEC and previewing Week 4 by USA TODAY

Duration: 00:30:22

September 21, 2017: Hurricane Maria expected to drench Dominican Republic

Plus, rescuers continue to work to free trapped people following an earthquake in Mexico City, an official criminally indicted in the Flint water crisis heads to court, Ivanka Trump talks about postpartum depression and Stephen King turns 70. (Photo: Helene Valenzuela, AFP/Getty Images)

Duration: 00:03:02

September 20, 2017: As Jose moves out to sea, Maria hits Puerto Rico

Plus, rescue efforts continue in Mexico City following a deadly earthquake, the Federal Reserve will make a major announcement, a new USA TODAY Network report will look at what a border wall might mean and Rosh Hashanah begins at sundown. (Photo: Dominique Chomereau-Lamotte, AP)

Duration: 00:02:56

Ep 244: Is the NFL's move to Los Angeles already backfiring among fans?

Is the NFL's move to Los Angeles already backfiring among fans?

Duration: 00:26:23

September 19, 2017: Trump addresses U.N. General Assembly

Plus, a pair of storms keep moving, Apple's iOS 11 mobile operating system is here, and audit will show if Minneapolis police officers are using their body cameras and happy 'Talk Like a Pirate Day.' (Photo: Seth Wenig, AP)

Duration: 00:05:11

September 18, 2017: Hurricane Maria takes shape

Plus, President Trump meets with world leaders at the United Nations, Chili's trims its menus by 40%, a Salvador Dalí paternity hearing begins, and 'Dancing with the Stars' is back. (Photo: Mandal Ngan, AFP/Getty Images)

Duration: 00:02:22

Week 3 Recap: Is Clemson the real No. 1? Coaching drama at Nebraska, LSU, Tennessee

USA TODAY Sports columnist Dan Wolken and college football reporter George Schroeder recap Week 3 including Texas-USC, Clemson-Louisville and Memphis-UCLA. Coaching questions emerge at Nebraska, LSU and Tennessee.

Duration: 00:34:23

Neil Gaiman wishes us a happy birthday

What better way for The Mothership to honor its third birthday than with special guest and award-winning author Neil Gaiman? He joins to talk 'Good Omens,' 'American Gods,' 'Doctor Who' and more. In the Nerd Alert, the crew shares their favorite pop culture from the last three years with the help of someone very special who longtime fans will remember. (Photo: Jason LaVeris, FilmMagic)

Duration: 00:45:29

September 15, 2017: U.N. Security Council to meet over North Korea threat

Plus, preorders begin for the iPhone 8, the Cassini spacecraft's run comes to an end, an insanity defense in the 'Slender Man' stabbing case goes to jury and USA TODAY turns 35 years old. (Photo: STR, AFP/Getty Images)

Duration: 00:03:50

Ep 242 J.A. Adande on Jemele Hill

Former ESPN contributor J.A. Adande shares his insights into the controversy over Jemele Hill's tweets, the White House response and the fine line sports journalists have to walk on social media.

Duration: 00:24:10

Week 3 preview: Dan Wolken solo, Twitter Q&A and the Ole Miss COI

USA TODAY Sports columnist Dan Wolken goes solo this week, previewing Week 3 games and taking questions from Twitter. He also reveals what he heard this week about the Ole Miss Committee on Infractions hearing.

Duration: 00:27:47

September 13, 2017: Florida tries to return to normal

Plus, President Trump meets with GOP senator Tim Scott to talk race, Los Angeles is expected to formally get the 2028 Olympics, Sen. Bernie Sanders will introduce single-payer health care legislation and Sean Spicer hits late-night TV. (Photo: Katie Klann, Naples Daily News)

Duration: 00:05:17

Ep 241: Colin Kaepernick and week 1 in the NFL

Ep 241: Colin Kaepernick and week 1 in the NFL by USA TODAY

Duration: 00:20:14

September 12, 2017: Weakened Irma to soak Southeast

Plus, a star-studded telethon will be held for hurricane relief, a redesigned iPhone will be released, Hillary Clinton speaks out on Russian election interference and President Trump's voter fraud panel reconvenes. (Photo: Mic Smith, AP)

Duration: 00:04:33

September 11, 2017: Irma finally weakens

Plus, remembering 9/11, a jury will begin deciding the fate of one of the 'Slender Man' attackers, Sean Spicer starts a paid speaking gig and a doubleheader wraps up the NFL's Week 1. (Photo: Jack Gruber, USA TODAY)

Duration: 00:04:49

Week 2: Oklahoma upsets Ohio State, Clemson, USC make a statement

USA TODAY Sports columnist Dan Wolken brings in college football reporter George Schroeder to talk about the Week 2 developments including Oklahoma's upset of Ohio State, USC's dominating win over Stanford, Clemson's suffocating defense and Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly's press conference meltdown after losing to Georgia

Duration: 00:36:01

September 9, 2017: Irma barrels toward Florida

Plus, the NFL season kicks off, North Korea may test another missile, naked cyclists ride through Philadelphia and the U.S. Open reaches its final weekend. (Photo: Getty Images)

Duration: 00:05:13

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