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Freshly minted two-time Triple Crown-winning trainer Bob Baffert tells hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg how Justify did it, but first, Aly Wagner of FOX, about to become the first woman to broadcast a World Cup match on U.S. television, helps them get ready for sport's grandest spectacle starting this week. They also mark the start of the "Summer of LeBron" with AP basketball writer Tom Withers and wish their wives "Happy Birthday." On the menu: Can you get good french fries in Moscow?

PodcastOne Sports Now
00:39:00 6/12/2018

Past Episodes

Guest host Rob Maaddi reviews the thrilling games on NFL championship Sunday, explains his Major League Baseball Hall of Fame voting philosophy and shares his views on Carson Wentz's relationship with Eagles teammates. AP NFL writer Barry Wilner joins Rob to discuss what the NFL can do about its officiating problem, AP deputy sports editor Oskar Garcia offers his thoughts on the NFL attempting to ban some prop bets and baseball writer Ben Walker tells us if he'd rather build a team around Bryce Harper or Manny Machado.
00:35:12 1/22/2019
World champion Manny Pacquaio invites hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg over for breakfast at his Los Angeles home, then heads for the legendary Wild Card Gym in Hollywood, where trainer Freddie Roach explains how he preps the 40-year-old fighter ahead of his title fight with Adrien Broner. On the menu: Rice, lots and lots and lots of rice.
00:38:07 1/15/2019
Hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg sort through decades of cringe-worthy playoff fails, zooming in on Trey Junkin's botched snap in a 2002 wild-card game and how graciously he handled the aftermath. Then they preview Round 2 of the playoffs with AP Sports Writers Kyle Hightower in Boston, Brett Martel in New Orleans, Dave Skretta in Kansas City, reserving Los Angeles _ Dahlberg's birthplace _ for themselves. On the menu: Sandwich wars.
00:38:01 1/8/2019
Hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg remember the pitfalls back when New Year's Day was supposed to _ but didn't always _ sort out college football's national champion. Next, they preview the wild-card round with one-time national typewriting champion, former All-Pro defender and current FS1 host Marcellus Wiley, and finally, make some predictions for the coming year in sports. On the menu: Had enough meat yet? If so, try this salad.
00:41:26 1/1/2019
Sister Jean Delores Schmidt, the 99-year-old nun who stole the show at the Final Four, serves as a tour guide when hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg look back at the 2018 moments that warmed hearts, made us smile or get up and want to dance. There's homecoming queens, rare displays of sportsmanship, random acts of kindness and a teddy-bear avalanche that will have you reaching for the Kleenex. On the menu: Chinese food for Christmas?
00:00:00 12/25/2018
Emmy-award winning broadcaster Ernie Johnson delivers a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the tender story about the friendship between Charles Barkley and a Chinese immigrant named Lin Wang that broke the internet. Then hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg segue to the latest NFL news with AP NFL writer Barry Wilner. On the menu: "Paella es paella," and why one finicky colleague wound up ordering an omelette instead.
00:44:52 12/18/2018
Hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg argue about what sports are worth watching and how to measure the real audience for each. Then they bring on Madrid-based AP soccer writer Talles Azzoni for the story of one game that became too popular and partisan _ the Copa Libertadores _ and how riots in Buenos Aires forced South America's prestigious soccer championship to flee Argentina for Spain. On the menu: Cooking sous vide, and can you put kids in that bath, too?
00:39:19 12/11/2018
Chef Emeril Lagasse schools hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg on career choices, side dishes and the perfect taco. Next AP sports writer Ralph Russo reviews the college football week that was, and FOX lead play-by-play announcer John Strong previews next weekend's MLS Cup. On the menu: Did you come for the music or the food?
00:50:03 12/4/2018
Co-hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg are horrified by the headlines, but heartened by the distractions the NFL and an upcoming heavyweight title fight offer. Then AP college football writer Ralph Russo gets the pair up to speed on the playoffs, the Heisman Trophy race and all things gridiron. On the menu: How did you celebrate National Men Make Dinner month?
00:34:22 11/27/2018
Chicago Bears great Mike Singletary recalls the tough lessons he learned transitioning from player to coach, then tells hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg about his return to the sideline in the Alliance of American Football spring league. The hosts also recap a wild week _ highlighted by two scandals in curling! _ and preview the upcoming Tiger vs. Phil pay-per-view debacle and Michigan vs. Ohio State. On the menu: Why TD hates Thanksgiving.
00:37:42 11/20/2018

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