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Weekday afternoons from 1-3. Bryan Dee and former Marquette and NBA hooper Tony Smith team up to talk about the hottest sports topics, with Tony providing his unique perspective as a former professional athlete.

Episodes


2.21.20 TBD

February 21, 2020 3:05 p.m.

Tony's out, so Greg Matzek is live from Arizona to join Bryan for the first hour. They take a deep dive into the NFL CBA negotiations, sharing their thoughts on the pros and cons of it and taking fan reaction. They also check in with Packers Reporter Jason Wilde and talk a little Brewers. In hour 2, Bryan breaks down why he believes Marquette-Providence is a must-win for the Golden Eagles, plays "Fact or Fiction" with Ashton, reacts to the Dwyane Wade documentary, talks Bucks-Sixers, and the guys give their picks for the weekend.

2.20.20 TBD

February 20, 2020 3:05 p.m.

Bryan and Tony together for the final time this week! The guys open the show having some fun with Mike Budenholzer's voice crack, discuss the latest report about Giannis' future contract status, chat with Steve Novak, and debate about Chicken & Waffles. In hour 2, the guys dive into the proposed NFL changes to both its regular season and playoff formats, preview the Dwyane Wade documentary and share their favorite ESPN films, and play "Who Said That?"

2.19.20 TBD

February 19, 2020 3:05 p.m.

Tony and Bryan open the show debating Bryan's theory that baseball is actually going to benefit from the Astros controversy; Tony thinks he's crazy, and attempts to explain why. The guys also talk to Packers reporter Jason Wilde, and celebrate a Tony Smith anniversary. In the second hour, the guys have fun with LeBron James' tweet, discuss who the worst commissioner in sports is, play "Fact or Fiction", talk about the future of the Saints QB situation, and recap Marquette's loss to Creighton.

2.18.20 TBD

February 18, 2020 3:05 p.m.

Bryan and Tony open the show with some breaking news about Tony, discuss work e-mails vs. meetings, debate about the policing within baseball after more MLB players are publicly coming out against the Astros and Rob Manfred. They check in with Brewers Reporter Sophia Minnaert live from Spring Training, and talk about The Bachelor. In hour 2, the boys discuss famous people they've encountered on planes, get some stories from Tony's career about card games on flights, talk through "Would You Believe This?", and preview Marquette-Creighton.

2.17.20 TBD

February 17, 2020 3:05 p.m.

Bryan and Tony open the show discussing the Elam Ending infiltrating the NBA All-Star Game, bragging about how they knew it would work. Tony and a fan provide some opposition to why the Elam Ending isn't always good, and Bryan tries to come up with the bold Bucks predictions for post-break. The guys catch up with Packers Reporter Jason Wilde, and get an update on Tony's missing backpack. In hour 2, they debate about the Dunk Contest, as Bryan and Ashton are more impressed by some of the dunks than former NBAer Tony. They play "Fact or Fiction", dive into bad National Anthems, and discuss Markus Howard.

2.14.20 TBD

February 14, 2020 3:05 p.m.

Bryan and Tony open the show talking about scars after Tony re-discovered some of the scars he earned while growing up, take calls from fans who have stories about scars, create some over/unders for Sunday's All-Star Game, and find themselves on a tangent that involves Ruben Studdard. In hour 2 they discuss who they'd take between LeBron and Giannis with Tony taking fans through the lens of Basketball IQ, play "Fact or Fiction", go through their phone contacts searching for who has the biggest celebrity name, and make their picks for the weekend.

2.13.20 TBD

February 13, 2020 3:05 p.m.

Bryan and Tony are back together in studio! Tony opens the show by going through his terrible 18 hours where he forgot his travel bag and how it impacted his life, then the guys react to the press conference by Astros owner Jim Crane, with Bryan and Tony laughing at how the organization continues to make things worse. They're also joined by Fox Sports Wisconsin's Steve Novak live from Italy, and play the "Power Couple of the Day" game. In hour 2, they discuss airplane etiquette after a viral tweet of 2 passengers, talk about the Bucks loss to the Pacers, dive into the possibility of Giannis and the other starters ramping up their minutes, and play "Who Said That?"

2.12.20 TBD

February 12, 2020 3:05 p.m.

Bryan's at Radio City, Tony's in Philly with Marquette. The guys open the show with Tony explaining why he's thinking about becoming an Uber driver, then discuss Pat Connaughton using Christian Yelich in the Dunk Contest which leads into a heated debate on if someone can accurately hit a basketball off a batting tee. They're joined by Packers Reporter Jason Wilde and play "Welke's Power Couple of the Day". In hour 2 the boys talk about Markus Howard's rise into the Player of the Year conversation and why he was getting overlooked, play "Fact or Fiction", talk with Brewers Reporter Sophia Minnaert, and get one final preview of Marquette v. Villanova.

2.11.20 TBD

February 11, 2020 3:05 p.m.

Bryan is joined by ESPN's Jen Lada as Tony travels with Marquette! They take a deep dive into the proposed MLB playoff changes, explaining why they think it's a good idea at the core but also discuss some of the possible cons to the idea, talk about retirement of Davon House and whether they would spend 10 hours round trip giving someone (they barely know) a ride. In hour 2, they discuss the Eastern Conference contenders in the NBA, talk through the minutes played topic for the Bucks and if they need to build those minutes up at some point, learn something new with "Would You Believe This?", and talk Marquette hoops.

2.10.20 TBD

February 10, 2020 3:05 p.m.

Bryan and Tony are back together in studio! They talk about Marquette's big win over Butler and the Golden Eagles being back in the Top 25, check in with Packers Reporter Jason Wilde, and get some soccer thoughts in. In hour 2, the guys talk XFL with Bryan explaining why he doesn't care, play "Fact or Fiction", and breakdown Tre Jones saying he knew what would happen on a missed free throw.