On this episode of The Slant, host Brad Stein interviews Portland Timbers captain Will Johnson. Johnson talks about whether he would rather participate in the World Cup, be in the Olympics, or win an MLS Cup with Portland. Plus, he talks about what soccer will be like in the US in 15 years … and more!
Simply Awesome Sports is back with your hosts Matt and Ridley. This week, the guys have fun talking about the 20% drop in movie revenues this year compared to last year and the movie some claim will save the summer … Guardians of the Galaxy (Spoiler Alert – We doubt it.) On the topic of sports, […]
On this episode of The Slant, host Brad Stein talks about Rory McIlroy as golf’s newest boy toy, the NFL’s new consideration to implement rules for underclassmen declaring themselves in the draft, and why one cheerleader doesn’t consider cheerleading to be a sport.
This week on the Happy Hour we brought in a guest – Emily Alm from the Destiny City Film Festival! Skully also makes a surprise return visit, just in time for Big D to take a week off! That’s right, On 1 also filled in on the mic this week, and we have a quad pack of gingers in the house! We talk about summer, jealousy, music, and of course the film festival! Tune in and catch the new junk food drink of the week and some saucy pickup lines too!
On this two part episode of The Slant, host Brad Stein interviews DB Varmah Sonie of the Portland Thunder. He talks about the craziest game of his career versus New Orleans, his teammates, and gets quizzed about his knowledge of the Portland Thunder.
In the second half, Brad talks to Joe Lucia from Awful Announcing about the growing interest of soccer in this country. He also discusses UFC fighter Ronda Rousey’s dominance and NBA free agency.
On this episode of The Slant, host Brad Stein fantasizes about what it would take to get LeBron James over to Portland. Then, he talks about what Mo Williams opting out means and Carmelo Anthony’s next destination.
On this episode of The Slant, host Brad Stein discusses the positives, negatives, and mysteries of the World Cup match between USA and Portugal. Then, he talks about which current or ex-NBA stars could beat LeBron James in a one on one contest and remembers the great Tony Gwynn.
This week on Simply Awesome Sports, we travel around the world of sports. From the World Cup to baseball to the NFL. We hope you enjoy! Remember to send your questions to email@example.com.
This week on the Happy Hour, Big D and Susan talk about FIFA and the World Cup. As always, we have some new music for you too, and Big D has a huge personal announcement to make too! Check it out on this week’s episode of The Happy Hour!
On this two-part episode of The Slant, host Brad Stein discusses the NBA Finals and LeBron James’ legacy. Then, Comcast SportsNet Northwest’s Aaron Fentress joins the show to give advice to the Miami Heat and where he would rank the San Antonio Spurs among the NBA’s greatest teams.
Simply Awesome Sports is back for another great show. This episode starts with a great discussion about Transformers and then we get into the sports. We talk about the NBA and NHL playoffs and the World Cup of Soccer. We end with some NFL discussion as usual.
On this episode of The Slant, host Brad Stein talks Game 4 adjustments for the Miami Heat, why the NHL needs the Stanley Cup to go to at least 6 games, how should Carmelo Anthony attack free agency, and which 8-8 NFL team(s) will break the .500 barrier this upcoming season. Download & Listen Here
This week is about Father’s Day, and the brats who forget all about it! Do you have to remind your kids about important dates? Do you get crappy gifts on your special days? We’re putting everyone on blast on The Happy Hour! Also, what do you think about the Richard Sherman debacle, wanting to add […]