What your view of sports and life would be if you had too many concussions

Radio J-Dub, Volume 15 – What’s Wrong With ESPN?

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The quality of ESPN went up significantly this past week with the departure of glorified windbag Keith Olbermann and the firing of Colin “Don’t Call Me Adolf” Cowherd.  In today’s edition of Radio J-Dub, “Jason from Indiana” makes another guest appearance; this time because he is the perfect example of a sports fan; at the same time he hates ESPN and yet can’t get off the sporting crack they pump out.

Together, J-Dub and JFI hold a “fantasy football” style draft to identify some other things about ESPN which could go away or get changed to bring the World Wide Bottom Feeder back to being the best thing on cable.

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You can listen, subscribe, or download the podcast here, and it can also be found on most I-phone, Android, and Windows Phone podcast apps simply by searching “Radio JDub.”  You can also follow “Jason from Indiana” on Twitter @jbhickle.

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What your view of sports would be if you had too many concussions


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