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All-American football stars & 1st Round NFL Draft picks LaVar Arrington and Brady Quinn along with Jonas Knox start the day with informed, outspoken, fearless and often funny commentary covering the biggest sports headlines.

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Subscribe, rate and review the Up On Game podcast here! LaVar Arrington, TJ Houshmandzadeh, and Plaxico Burress discuss Jon Gruden's resignation and debate what constitutes necessary leadership in the locker room for head coaches. James Jackson joins to get On Ya Head of the sub-.500 Kansas City Chiefs. The guys discuss the Chiefs' struggles and what they expect from them moving forward. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Jonas, Brady and LaVar check in with Roberto following the Dodgers eliminating the Giants in Game 5 of the NLDS, and he calls the check-swing call to end the game karma for earlier in the season. The loaded Bucs look better than ever on offense but the defense is suspect and Richard Sherman looked like he was limping his way to retirement. Plus, Joel Klatt stops by to talk all things college football including Oklahoma State at Texas. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Jonas, Brady and LaVar check in with Roberto following the Dodgers eliminating the Giants, in part thanks to a check-swing call to end the game. The loaded Bucs look better than ever on offense but the defense is suspect and Richard Sherman looked like he was limping his way to retirement. Jonas calls Wikipedia the stripper of the internet and shares his hate for Sweet Caroline. Also, Odell Beckham Jr. vents about his usage but he's on a run-first team and adding more stress on Baker Mayfield. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Jonas, Brady and LaVar question the timing of the Washington Football Team retiring Sean Taylor's jersey and think leveraging his legacy for goodwill sucks. The Chargers vs Ravens features two potential MVP's and teams that can win the AFC. Roberto got saved by the lights at his daughter's tee-ball game and was able to watch the Dodgers eliminate the Giants in the NLDS. Plus, the Cardinals beating the Browns would be a validating win Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Jonas, Brady and LaVar try to make sense of why the Cowboys are only favored 3 points over the Patriots in New England. Joel Klatt stops by to talk all things college football including Oklahoma State at Texas. Plus, a look ahead to the biggest games in the NFL on Over/Under's. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Jonas, Brady and LaVar debate whether twerking is still a thing. Mark Davis thinks the NFL is coming for him and his team but does he have reason to be paranoid? It's an elimination situation between the Dodgers and Giants so the guys encourage Roberto to skip his daughter's tee-ball game. NFL Reporter Albert Breer wants to know what was discovered in the WFT investigation and believes NFL owners all have dirt on each other. He also gives his theory on how and why the Gruden emails were leaked.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Jonas, Brady and LaVar debate whether twerking is still a thing. Mark Davis thinks the NFL is coming for him and his team but does he have reason to be paranoid? Jim Irsay must be bending the elbow to say the Colts will win at least two Super Bowls this decade and Adam Schefter's credibility is taking a huge hit after being exposed for running a full story by "Mr. Editor" Bruce Allen. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Jonas, Brady and LaVar tell you how Lincoln Riley should handle the situation with Spencer Rattler and Caleb Williams and discuss whether or not Rattler should enter the NFL Draft after the season. NFL Reporter Albert Breer wants to know what was discovered in the WFT Investigation and believes NFL owners all have dirt on each other. He also gives his theory on how and why the Gruden emails were leaked. Plus, a preview of Thursday Night Football with the Prop Bet Monster. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Jonas, Brady and LaVar preview Thursday Night Football between the Bucs and Eagles, two former employers of Jon Gruden, and wonder how much he'll be a theme on the broadcast. It's an elimination situation between the Dodgers and Giants so the guys encourage Roberto to skip his daughter's tee-ball game. Jonas shares a story of how he was dissed by Brady's brother-in-law Jack Johnson of the Colorado Avalanche. Plus, space travel and strippers on The Scraps. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Jonas, Brady and LaVar put on their sleuth hats to try and uncover the leak of the Jon Gruden emails. The Bucs taking Gruden off their Ring of Honor is more about his disparaging comment about Bucs Co-Chairman Bryan Glazer. LaVar calls out the Washington Football Team for always being at the center of controversy and the Pandora Box has now been opened, exposing the media and insiders for having agendas. The guys call out Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz for saying fans 'smelled a rat' when they booed Penn State injuries. Plus, a QB controversy brews in Norman, Oklahoma between Spencer Rattler and Caleb Williams. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Jonas, Brady and LaVar put on their sleuth hats to try and uncover the leak of the Jon Gruden emails. The Bucs taking Gruden off their Ring of Honor is more about his disparaging comment about Bucs Co-Chairman Bryan Glazer. LaVar calls out the Washington Football Team for always being at the center of controversy and the Pandora Box has now been opened, exposing the media and insiders for having agendas. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Jonas, Brady and LaVar label Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz the blowhard of the week, for saying fans 'smelled a rat' when they booed Penn State injuries. Jeff Fisher disputes Jon Gruden's email, claiming the NFL made the Rams draft Michael Sam and Brady has a disclaimer for fans drinking before and after Big Noon Kickoff. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Jonas, Brady and LaVar talk about the importance of music for athletes, how Jon Gruden showed no remorse at his press conference and how Jerry Richardson's situation compares to Dan Snyder. LaVar poses an awkward question to the crew and QB controversy brews in Norman, Oklahoma between Spencer Rattler and Caleb Williams. Plus, a bizarre bee attack to JR Smith on The Scraps. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Jonas, Brady and LaVar react to Jon Gruden resigning during Monday Night Football, following the leak of offesive emails spanning several years. They ask how this was handled by the NFL and the Raiders and wonder how far down this rabbit hole goes. Lamar Jackson puts up one of the best performances of his career on Monday Night Football but is anyone on the Colts striking fear into the opponent? All that and more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Jonas, Brady and LaVar react to Jon Gruden resigning after his offensive emails were leaked and the guys are sure someone high in the NFL wanted him out, based off the timing of the release. Did Gruden step down in order to stop more correspondence from being brought to light? Plus, the irony of the news breaking during Monday Night Football. Also, Lamar Jackson puts up one of the best games of his career in the comeback win over the Colts. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Jonas, Brady and LaVar try to make sense of who's to blame for the Colts collapse to the Ravens on Monday Night Football. Trey Lance suffered a sprained knee but he doesn't need to be rushed back since Garoppolo gives the Niners the best chance to win right now. Gruden exposed his true colors but the Raiders and the NFL used him to progress their brands. Plus, LaVar doesn't take it personally when people call him Lamar. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Jonas, Brady and LaVar discuss how alcohol back in the stands and how it's affecting the atmosphere in college football. FOX Sports LA's Petros Papadakis talks about Pete Carroll's ego getting in the way of more college championship and Super Bowls, plus how we shouldn't be naïve about Jon Gruden's behavior. Plus, a rule change that should be created after a close game on Monday Night Football between the Ravens and Colts. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
A FOX family member describes his journey from the basement to the penthouse all while driving through a storm to see his risk pay off. Make sure to subscribe, rate, and review the 5th Hour w/ Ben Maller here.... https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-fifth-hour-with-ben-maller/id1478163837 Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Jonas, Brady and LaVar relive their shenanigans from Iowa City including LaVar's stiff-arm heard around the world and his private jet back home. There's a changing of the guard in the AFC after the Bills hurdle the Chiefs, who now have reason for concern. LaVar doubles down on his criticism of kickers after that mess in Cincinnati between the Bengals and Packers and Brady has a conspiracy theory about streakers helping the Eagles. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Jonas, Brady and LaVar relive their shenanigans from Iowa City including LaVar's stiff-arm heard around the world and his private jet back home. There's a changing of the guard in the AFC after the Bills hurdle the Chiefs, who now have reason for concern. The race in the NFC East is already over and the Cowboys could have the best chances of challenging the Bucs in the NFC playoffs. Plus, more on how Iowa City put on a show for Iowa vs Penn State. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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Aaron Hartje

It certainly didn't take long for this podcast to become another LeBron ball-licking podcast, did it?

Jun 4th
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Rick Lawson

@tedcruz is another soft belly republican who is all talk !

Feb 3rd
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Aaron Hartje

The wrong question is being asked about Lamar Jackson, and it's entirely Clay's fault that he has to reach for the Elway-Manning comparison today. What's going on right now is that Clay is paying the price for p**** now on his original assertion that the offense that had been tailored completely around Jackson in Baltimore is not one that is going to meet with postseason success. Jackson's game is Jackson's game. Baltimore's offense around Jackson is horseshit and is not the type that currently wins Super Bowls. It's disingenuous to try to lump him in with how people used to look at Elway and Manning. There was, at no time, any doubt that Elway's and Manning's games could be successful in the postseason.

Jan 18th
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Aaron Hartje

Actually, despite Clay's claim to the contrary, saying that it is clear that Brady contributed more than Belichick does actually diminish Belichick. By its very nature that statement does that. The biggest flaw in Clay's season-long narrative that either Brady or Belichick will "win the divorce" is the idea that both cannot demonstrate how much they meant to the franchise and its success. Brady has done an outstanding job this season. He stepped onto a 7-9 team loaded with offensive firepower and has gotten it to the conference championship game right as of right now. Belichick replaced Brady with a quarterback who had lost his last eight starts, put him into an offense basically devoid of weapons and went 7-8 with him. This has never been a matter of someone winning the divorce.

Jan 18th
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Aaron Hartje

Why is it that the more Clay is desperate to keep bringing up this story from last summer, that I want to actually track the story down and see how many qualifiers Clay is deliberately leaving out when talking to people on his podcast about it? Something tells me that some of these predictions were preceded by "if the data we have right now is true, then ..."

Jan 13th
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Aaron Hartje

Let me get this straight. Clay had to go back to last summer to find something to talk about during the first 20 minutes of this podcast? And on top of that decides to guess who benefited and who didn't from college football being played while at the same time criticizing people for not going with the facts? TV networks that broadcast those games would have suffered quite a bit. Sure, you can get an extension and a rebate. In the meantime, all of those people who would have been working those games are out of work. You don't survive this year on store credit for 3 years from now.

Jan 13th
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Aaron Hartje

Just to save everyone some time, Clay spends roughly 80% of the podcast repeating things he's been saying for months and crediting himself as much as possible for the fact that college football was even played this year. Big surprise, right?

Jan 12th
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Aaron Hartje

As has been acknowledged in the past, it is far too early to determine whether Brady or Belichick was most important to the Patriots. Brady stepped onto a seven-win team that was loaded with receivers. Now, look at the roster Brady left behind him. Who is to say that as bad as the Patriots were this season, they wouldn't have lost considerably more than nine games was Belichick not at the helm? They still went 7-9 with Cam Newton (7-8) at quarterback. The same Cam Newton who I believe had lost his previous eight starts in another city.

Jan 11th
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Aaron Hartje

Just a note. "Incontrovertible evidence" does not mean that everyone can tell a call was wrong. It means that it is plain and clear that the call was wrong. I think all of us have heard announcers at these games watch a replay in which the evidence is clear as day but the broadcaster is so dug in on what his initial assessment was that he will continue insisting that his initial evaluation was the right one.

Jan 11th
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Aaron Hartje

Lebatard is a piece of s*** and always has been. But to touch on Clay's interview with Peter King, what happened during that interview is that Clay brought him on to address a specific thing that King had said, changed the subject right away and ran out the clock. They never really went back and forth on the reason that King was there to begin with. I'm not saying it was intentional on Clay's part. He's not a professional interviewer who is able to keep things going in a certain direction. He will follow the conversation wherever it goes and that is fine. But he didn't really deliver a beatdown on Peter King. He still managed to expose King's line of thinking in general regarding COVID though, and that had value.

Jan 8th
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Aaron Hartje

I guess now we know why Clay hasn't invited this guy on in six months that he put on in the third hour today.

Jan 6th
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Aaron Hartje

"Patrick Mahomes is going to win a lot of Super Bowls," brought to you by "Steven Strasburg is going to pitch in a Lot of World Series."

Jan 5th
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Aaron Hartje

I love how two of the big reasons that Clay believes the chargers job is the best one are that it has a lot of young players and $30M worth of cap space. In other words, all of those young talented players are going to be looking for huge pay bumps over the next few seasons as they run out of their rookie contracts and they will more than chew up that $30 million. And by the time they're done with that, it will be the quarterback's turn to ask for more money.

Jan 5th
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Aaron Hartje

A rising tide does tend to lift some boats, but those boats still have to prove that they are worth lifting. If you're average at your job, the guy who is the best at that job getting a raise is not going to get you any sort of arrays, because you can be replaced tomorrow. The elite performers getting huge increases does not increase the entry- or mid-level salaries at these positions. It only moves the needle for the other top performers. and, to be honest, a lot of times it shouldn't. If Tony Romo gets a huge contract because everyone seems to be in love with how good he is, why should that translate into Al Michaels getting a pay bump when he has gotten no better than he was the previous 20 years? This, of course, is a side from the reality that nobody cares who is in the booth as long as they are not horrible. They care about matchups when it comes to football. It becomes a going-rate argument which, again, only applies to people who are already at a certain level.

Jan 5th
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Aaron Hartje

Clay's repeated insistence that he be given partial credit for the Big Ten playing this year has officially become pathetic.

Jan 4th
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Aaron Hartje

I've grown so tired of this b******* about last year Joe Burrow having "the greatest season by any quarterback in college football history." They were saying that by the 8th or 9th game of the season, so the postseason doesn't really apply. There are two or three quarterbacks who have statistical seasons like Burrows' damn near every season.

Dec 31st
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Aaron Hartje

"We're going to break down the NFL playoff picture for you today." I.e - "We're going to do the same show we've already done three times this week." You should be used to it by now.

Dec 31st
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Aaron Hartje

Yes, I have to agree with Clay that going 23-1 in your last 24 NFL games would be a heck of an accomplishment. The problem is, the main major league sports in this country for not include the postseason when it comes to statistics. So the Chiefs have not gone 23-1 in their last 24 games. They have gone 20-1 in their last 21 games. But why stop at that arbitrary date that Clay does? Could it be that, before this stretch began, the Chiefs had lost four of their previous six games? Even THAT record through today would still be good, but Clay's arguments are generally fairly fragile to begin with and God forbid he not contort things as much as possible to try to bolster his points. It's bad enough that he seeks approval for every opinion he has, whether it's turning to the other guys on the show, or the guests. Multiple times every day he seems to cry, "Please guys, validate me."

Dec 30th
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Aaron Hartje

It's adorable that Clay tries to include the Chiefs playoff wins in their record, but that's not something grown-ups do because they know better. The Chiefs are actually 20-1 in their last 21 games. why that is somehow not impressive enough is beyond me. Strange how he will only go back to a certain date when he decides to try to bolster his argument about how wonderful the Chiefs are though. I wonder if it has anything to do with the fact that, if we choose to go back a few weeks earlier, the Chiefs are 22-5. that's still awfully damn good, but not good enough for a guy like Clay. This is why he cannot be trusted. You can always count on him to pull this exact kind of sleight of hand because he never feels fully confident in his analysis. The fact that almost everything he puts out there he then turns to his employees to get their support just secures that belief in my mind.

Dec 29th
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Aaron Hartje

You can't do an expanded playoff properly without completely blowing up the existing conferences and affiliations. Simply tweaking what currently exists - if we agree it is a bad system to begin with - will not make it a good system. It will just make it a bad system with a tweak.

Dec 22nd
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