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That’s Sports Podcast

Alex MacLeod, Chris Graham, Jon Graham, Josh McClement, Jesse Hove

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Best friends and professional has-beens offer weekly musings on the world of sports with a teaspoon of nonsense.

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Alex, Chris, Jesse, Jon, and Josh offer their weekly teaspoon of nonsense. They debate the HOF cases for MLB players who tested positive for PEDs (8:43), specifically Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens, as well as Pete Rose's ban from the HOF because of gambling on his own games. The guys engage in a spirited conversation on the role of sports in the grand scheme of life (25:27), recap the exhilarating Bills-Chiefs game (37:02), and suggest new NFL OT rules (48:12). The crew give their Championship Sunday picks (54:31), offer their Qualin Award nominations (63:42), and finish with a game of Start-Bench-Cut focusing on dynamic NFL receivers (68:21).

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Alex, Jesse, Jon, and Josh offer their weekly teaspoon of nonsense. They discuss the unwritten rules of sports, wonder whether or not they have merit and value, and debate if they should be followed (10:06). The crew talk about players who had an edge and blurred some of those lines surrounding unwritten rules (26:27), contending teams in the NHL (34:00), and the ceilings for the Memphis Grizzlies and Chicago Bulls (43:48). The boys give their picks for NFL Wild Card Weekend (51:41), offer their Qualin Award nominations (61:26), and play a round of Start-Bench-Cut focused on great shot blocks (64:58).

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Alex, Chris, Jesse, Jon, and Josh offer their weekly teaspoon of nonsense. Chris and Josh begin the episode by recapping the Kings-Leafs game they watched last Monday night at Scotiabank Arena (12:20). The crew discuss Carey Price's statement regarding his mental health and substance use (19:03), a bizarre Week 9 in the NFL (25:03), and Jon plays Give Me One Reason [To Stay Here] focused on his Miami Dolphins (31:10). The guys talk about some feuds in the sports world, including Nikola Jokic vs. Markieff Morris, Scottie Pippen vs. Michael Jordan (34:56), and the upcoming Deron Williams vs. Frank Gore boxing match (40:52). The show ends with everyone's Qualin Award nominations (53:44), and a round of Start-Bench-Cut with current NHL goalies (59:39).

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Alex, Chris, and Jon offer their weekly teaspoon of nonsense. They discuss the 108th Grey Cup between the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats (14:02), the underrated CFL (15:56), and give a recap of the bizarre Patriots-Bills matchup (23:01). The guys also discuss Kevin Costner's extensive list of great sports movies (31:31), the chances of the Leafs and Raptors winning a championship in 2022 (34:56), and the Detroit Lions finally getting a win (37:22). Alex talks about two young guns for the Detroit Red Wings (Moritz Seider and Lucas Raymond) (38:58), Jon breaks down the thrilling F1 Championship between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton (40:49), and Chris gives an update on the impending MLB Lockout (51:59). The show ends with everyone's Qualin Award nominations (55:41), and three rounds of Start-Bench-Cut (Donovan Mitchell-Ja Morant-Trae Young, Joe Burrow-Justin Herbert-Tua Tagovailoa, Aleksander Barkov-Leon Draisaitl-Nikita Kucherov) (57:16).

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Alex, Chris, Jesse, Jon, and Josh offer their weekly teaspoon of nonsense. They discuss Marcus Semien's awkward look in his introductory press conference with the Texas Rangers (0:47), Marc Bergevin being let go by the Montreal Canadiens (14:31), and how technology has changed sports (20:19). The crew converse about the Pats-Bills matchup on Monday night (41:01), the NFL MVP race (52:14), and their fantasy football league (54:36). They also talk about early title contenders in the NBA (56:03), early title contenders in the NHL (58:23), and Brady Tkachuk vs. Brendan Lemieux (59:41). The show ends with everyone's Qualin Award nominations (67:10), and a brief discussion on Tyreek Hill's challenge to Usain Bolt (72:06).

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Alex, Chris, Jesse, and Josh offer their weekly teaspoon of nonsense. They discuss the state of Canadian goaltenders a few months before the Beijing Olympics (8:53), how Jesse has Valeri Bure's helmet (21:29), and Robbie Ray winning the AL Cy Young Award (25:38). The guys converse about the Golden State Warriors having the NBA's best record (32:09), Canada's win over Mexico in Edmonton (37:27), and offer their Qualin Award nominations (40:15). The show finishes with a game of Start-Bench-Cut focused on great Swedish defencemen in the NHL (42:46).

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Alex, Jon, and Josh offer their weekly teaspoon of nonsense. Jon laments his Miami Dolphins' disappointing loss to the Tennessee Titans (4:53), the crew discuss the ongoing saga of Antonio Brown (11:43), and Ja'Marr Chase's monster game (31:32). The boys wonder if the upstart Cincinnati Bengals are for real, and assess their chances in the playoffs (33:25). The guys then talk about the Vancouver Canucks' resurgence under Bruce Boudreau (39:27), surprising NHL teams (40:39), and Josh gives his Mount Rushmore of LA Kings (43:29). The show ends with Qualin Award nominations (46:20), and a round of Start-Bench-Cut focused on epic meltdowns (52:13).

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Alex, Jon, and Josh offer their weekly teaspoon of nonsense. They bemoan the lack of accountability with players, coaches, and team executives in the Chicago Blackhawks' organization (8:49) in response to the Jenner & Block report outlining sexual abuse against Kyle Beach. The guys hash out the age-old debate whether or not athletes are role models (22:50), discuss Aaron Rodgers' enigmatic response to being asked if he was vaccinated (31:11), and reflect on coaching their kids (41:04). They talk about Charles Barkley's advice for Zion Williamson re: his weight issues (50:25), give their Qualin Award nominations (53:33), and play Start-Bench-Cut focused on NFL place kickers (58:56).

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Alex, Chris, Jesse, Jon, and Josh offer their weekly teaspoon of nonsense. They discuss the report by law firm Jenner & Block re: Kyle Beach and the sexual abuse he endured as a member of the Chicago Blackhawks organization, and the subsequent lack of action taken by seven team executives (11:18). The guys converse about the fallout from Jon Gruden's sexist and racist email messages he sent a decade ago (29:27), early storylines from the beginning of the NBA season (35:18), and the most valuable NBA franchises according to Forbes Magazine (37:28). The boys talk about their fantasy basketball league (42:24), and Chris opines that Patrick Mahomes is a major reason for the Kansas City Chiefs' slow start (49:32). They finish the episode with a new segment based on Tracy Chapman's hit song, Give Me One Reason [To Stay Here] looking at the Montreal Canadiens' brutal start to the season (52:35), and give their Qualin Award nominations (59:04).

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Alex, Chris, Jon, and Josh offer their weekly teaspoon of nonsense. They discuss the Montreal Canadiens hiring Kent Hughes as their new General Manager (5:35), wonder what questions would be asked in the GM interview (10:03), and hype the Matthew Stafford vs. Tom Brady matchup on Sunday afternoon (15:26). The crew give their picks for the NFL Divisional Round (19:03), and preview all four of the matchups. The guys debate which NFL fan base is the most obnoxious (32:23), give their Qualin Award nominations (46:43), and play Start-Bench-Cut focused on rivalries (52:40).

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FAQ

How many episodes does That’s Sports Podcast have?

That’s Sports Podcast currently has 65 episodes available.

What topics does That’s Sports Podcast cover?

The podcast is about Chicago Bears, Miami Heat, Mlb, Comedy, Sports, Miami Dolphins, Nba, New England Patriots, Nfl and Nhl.

What is the most popular episode on That’s Sports Podcast?

The episode title 'The Baseball HOF Debate, The Role of Sports in Society, NFL Overtime Rules Must Change, Start-Bench-Cut (Hill-Kupp-Samuel)' is the most popular with 2 listens, 2 ratings and 2 comments/reviews.

What is the average episode length on That’s Sports Podcast?

The average episode length on That’s Sports Podcast is 58 minutes.

How often are episodes of That’s Sports Podcast released?

Episodes of That’s Sports Podcast are typically released every 7 days, 8 hours.

When was the first episode of That’s Sports Podcast?

The first episode of That’s Sports Podcast was released on Oct 28, 2020.

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