May 27, 2020 2:55 p.m.
The guys open things up talking about celebrity doppelgangers for themselves, dive into the latest proposal from MLB - asking fans if they are more on the side of the owners or the players, and check-in with Jason Wilde. In hour 2, Tony and Bryan react to some unearthed Michael Jordan audio and try to pick another player for The Dream Team, play "Fact or Fiction", and talk about space movies.
May 26, 2020 2:55 p.m.
Tony and Bryan are back together in the Gruber Law Offices One Call That's All Studios! The guys catch eachother up on what's been happening since they last saw eachother in person, dive into the live sports and ask if fake crowd noise is a good idea, check in with Sophia Minnaert, anddiscuss Tony's battle with gas. In hour 2, the guys talk about the NBA's latest ideas, react to ESPN's FPI for the NFL, talk driving during "Would You Believe This?", and wrap things up talking about a perpetual youth sports lie.
May 22, 2020 2:55 p.m.
Doug Russell is in for Bryan as he and Tony open things up with a quick recap of Holey Moley's season 2 premiere, dive into Tony's food question of the day, share who they'd like to see in a Last Dance-esque series, and check in with Jason Wilde. In hour 2 they dive into Brendan Bailey's departure from Marquette, play "Fact or Fiction", talk about the possibility of NBA playoffs structure, and make their weekend picks.
May 20, 2020 3 p.m.
Tony and Bryan start the show reacting to a video of a man doing pushups on a moving car, get into a discussion about the possibility of fans returning this year, and catch up with Jason Wilde. In hour 2, they talk with ESPN's Joe Tessitore, play "Fact or Fiction", celebrate the birth of "Hack-a-Shaq", and preview Thursday's show.
May 19, 2020 2:55 p.m.
Tony and Bryan open things up talking about LeBron James saying he would've loved to be Michael Jordan's teammate, give picks on who they think would be the perfect teammate for Giannis, ask important questions of the invention of basketball, catch up with Sophia Minnaert, and share their pumpup songs. In hour 2, the guys are joined by Marquette's Koby McEwen, talk about LeBron as an NFL player, and wrap things up talking about new information in the 1997 "Flu Game".
May 18, 2020 2:55 p.m.
The band is back together! Tony and Bryan reunite after a week away to breakdown their reactions to the Packers Friday conference calls, debate about french fries, and talk about live sports being back over the weekend. In hour 2 they talk about the finale to The Last Dance, check in with ESPN Chicago's Jonathan Hood, play "Fact or Fiction", and react to the poll results.
May 8, 2020 3 p.m.
Bryan and Tony react to the Packers schedule release, making their season selections during the first edition of "Pick the Pack", talk with Jason Wilde, and round out the first hour discussing National Have A Coke Day. In hour 2, they draft beverages, play "Fact or Fiction", and make their weekend picks.
May 7, 2020 3 p.m.
Tony's back! Bryan catches Tony up on what he's missed over the last week, getting his take on Murder Hornets and who he wants to see the Packers face in their season opener. They dive into the idea that fans might not care about quality of play as long as sports are back, discuss kickoff times during "This or That", talk Uber during "TBD TBT", and play "Who Said That?"
May 6, 2020 3 p.m.
Doug Russell and Bryan Dee talk about 30 for 30s that they believe need to be made once The Last Dance ends, chat with Jason Wilde, and provide another update on their chase for Guy Fieri. In hour 2, they discuss the future numbers that will be retired in Wisconsin, play "Fact or Fiction", get into a lengthy discussion about Elon Musk's kid, and wrap things up talking about The Pink Bat Game.
May 5, 2020 2:55 p.m.
Doug Russell still in for Tony! He and Bryan open things up talking about airlines, dive into the Opening Day around the KBO, discuss a possible MLB timeline, check in with Sophia Minnaert, and talk Guy Fieri. In hour 2, the guys react to the NFL's release about their schedule release, talk Tiger King during "Would You Believe This?", and make fun of the LoBros.