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I don’t typically directly link to Papa’s Football Podcast on the main Papa’s Basement Show page. The whole point of making a separate show was to keep the football talk off of my regular podcast. (Whittling the already-paltry numbers of my listenership down even further was simply a lovely side-effect.)

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Sports

I understand that I have five listeners and four of them already listen to Papa’s Football Podcast. But to the one that doesn’t (I’m looking at you, Steve), why aren’t you enjoying the funniest sports show out there dedicated to the most glorious sport ever known to man? This week

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Here’s footage of commentator Brent Musburger appreciating a few Iowa State girls taking a selfie. This is apparently news because, to some, what Brent said was creepy and disgusting (which was also said by those same people when he ogled Jenn Sterger and former Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron’s girlfriend Katherine

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So I wound up busting my hump to get this up on Monday afternoon and the post didn’t “take.” Fuck my stupid fat face and its incredibly small brain. Enjoy this a day late. Is it still as good? Hell no. Listen anyway. Howard and I discuss the death of

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Sports

There are a lot of things I can’t figure out how to do in life: Go without carbohydrates. Skip visiting “adult” websites. Wipe properly. But fixing the Pro Bowl isn’t one of them. If you are an NFL fan and intrigued by what format for the sport’s redheaded stepchild of

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Sports

Pardon the strong, blue language in that title. We talk the fallout from the AFC and NFC Championship games and, specifically, what a dong Richard Sherman is on the latest episode of Papa’s Football Podcast. Please click here and give it a listen. What else do you have to do?

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Sports

If you haven’t listened to Papa’s Football Podcast cover what went down in the divisional round this weekend in the NFL and prognosticate regarding what will take place during this Sunday’s conference championships, then you are a silly, stupid little being and I wish only ill upon you. Fix that

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Sports

I’ve been doing a football show all season with my buddy Howard. If you enjoy Papa’s Basement and you enjoy American football (aka the good kind), I promise you’ll enjoy Papa’s Football Podcast. The episodes are short, fast and funny (“just like my performances in bed,” added the unfunny comedian).

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Papa’s Basement is well and good, but sometimes a man gets bored doing the same thing over and over (I will make a horrible husband). Which is why I’ve started a football podcast with my buddy Howard Flood. (I’m not sure if the alias is a Halo reference or what

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Sports

If you like football, profanity and mild amounts of sports insight, time to check out the uncensored Papa’s Football Podcast. Howard Flood and I break down the news of the week, the games that were and the games to come. It’s quick and it’s painless and if I were a

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Sports

Another week, another episode of Papa’s Football Podcast. If you like football and hate work, spend an hour with us. Also spend an hour with us if I was ever nice to you in elementary school or Howard ever purchased you a drink. You owe us. Never forget it. Click

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Sports

Enjoy the second episode of Papa’s Football Podcast, covering what happened in Week 1 and what’s to come in Week 2 of the NFL. It’s funny and we use words that got your mouth washed out with soap and it beats paying attention to your work so give it a

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Sports

When you don’t have football, the next best thing is talking about football. That and assplay. Lucky for you, Howard and I have you covered on the talk side of that pleasure equation. Check out the season-opening episode of Papa’s Football Podcast over at pfpod.com. Click this link to be

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LifeSports

When I heard that an NBA player had come out yesterday, two thoughts immediate filled my mind: 1. Please let it be Rudy Gay, because that would be hilarious. 2. I hope he plays the little-known position of “bottom forward”. When I learned it was journeyman center Jason Collins of

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LifeSports

Ray Lewis has done it. After declaring that the 2012 season would be his “last ride” in January, the Ravens have won the Super Bowl, and he has ended his career with a second ring to bookend the first. Widely hailed as one of the greatest defensive players of all

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