August 6, 2020 3 p.m.
Bryan and Tony open the show revisiting their final poll from Wednesday, discuss why it might be denial for Packers fans RE: Aaron Rodgers, talk about what they're watching for during The PGA Championship, and get Bryan's take on root beer. In hour 2 they talk about golf during "This or That?", revisit a favorite interview in "TBD TBT", talk about the Bucks-Heat matchup, and play "Who Said That?", having fun at the expense of Russell Wilson.
August 5, 2020 3 p.m.
Bryan and Tony open the show talking about who has them more concerned: the Bucks or Brewers? Tony thinks the Packers should also be involved, and the boys examine Christian Yelich's struggles. ESPN's Max Kellerman joins the show, and hour 1 finishes with some more Bucks discussion. In hour 2 they play "Fact or Fiction", talk Packers with Jason Wilde and Bucks with Zora Stephenson, and wrap things up with a new poll.
August 4, 2020 3 p.m.
Tony and Bryan open things up discussing the Bucks-Nets game and debate whether the top seed actually means anything, check in with Sophia Minnaert, and talk about the Lakers. In hour two they talk about ghosts, try to figure out what Bryan can do about his neighbor's screaming baby, talk gators during "Would You Believe This?", get stories from Tony's past, and determine they're not fit for parenthood.
August 3, 2020 3 p.m.
Bryan and Tony start things off with reaction to Rob Manfred's comments over the weekend and what happens next for Major League Baseball as it appears another team has an outbreak, play "Fact or Fiction", and get another vegan diet update. In hour 2 they talk about the Bucks not closing out the Rockets on Sunday night, check in with Jason Wilde, breakdown the Brooks Koepka woes, and react to breaking baseball news.
July 31, 2020 3 p.m.
Bryan and Tony spend the first chunk of the show talking about the Brewers postponed home opener, explain why they view MLB as cheap and lazy, check in with Matt Pauley, talk Bucks with Justin Garcia, and discuss night 1 in the NBA Bubble. In hour 2 they talk about Antonio Brown's NFL future, play "Fact or Fiction", chat with Jason Wilde, and make their weekend picks.
July 30, 2020 3 p.m.
Doug Russell in for Tony. He and Bryan talk about what a championship would mean to LeBron James vs. Kawhi Leonard and their legacies, try to figure out what's wrong with Christian Yelich - with Doug explaining his lack of concern, talk about witnessing great sports moments, re-live "Gobert Wednesday", talk about Randall Cobb's vision, play "Who Said That?", and talk about death.
July 29, 2020 3 p.m.
Bryan and Tony start with reaction to the Astros-Dodgers incident from last night and come up with some of their favorite trash talking moments in sports, play "Fact or Fiction", and talk about wing day during vegan month. In hour 2 they talk about the Packers WR depth, discuss whether Christian Yelich's slump is really worrisome, check in with Jason Wilde, and talk about the return of the NBA.
July 28, 2020 3 p.m.
Bryan and Tony open the show with reactions to Aaron Rodgers comments on a The Ringer podcast, ask if he's more upset than fans may think, and talk with Brewers Reporter Sophia Minnaert. In hour 2 they talk some more about Rodgers comments, check in with Zora Stephenson, talk asteroids in "Would You Believe This?", and discuss the first NFL test results.
July 27, 2020 3 p.m.
Bryan and Tony open the show talking about Lou Williams and chicken wings, debating whether he should be punished by the NBA, react to the latest in MLB after multiple Marlins positives, and check in with Jason Wilde. In hour 2 they talk more about the bubble ideas for all sports, play "Fact or Fiction", talk about the Bucks play in Orlando scrimmages, and get an update on veganism.
July 24, 2020 3 p.m.
It's a Friday! The guys talk about Dr. Fauci's first pitch, play "Fauci or 50", talk with Matt Pauley, and react to some breaking NFL news. In hour 2 Bryan tries to figure out facts about the Sacramento Kings, the guys play "Fact or Fiction", talk about their reaction 24 hours earlier to the Juan Soto news, and make their weekend picks.