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Hosted by Paul C. Cuthbert and Robert Kuney.The Honchos welcomed November with a Fall Classic of their own. Episode 45, in which the Honchos paid tribute to another 45, Bob Gibson, began with some Halloween talk and then gave way to some headlines. Tonight's top stories dealt with a high school blowout, strange times at the local Popeye's, and some terrible social justice from our pals at PETA.The Honchos popped the cork on the sports with some college football talk. The first CFP rankings are out so that took top billing in this segment. That was followed by Jim Harbaugh talk, interesting nuggets from the week that was in college football, the candy choices of the ACC coaches, the firing of Gary Patterson at TCU, and the weekly Blue Hose update.Things got heated between the Honchos during the NHL/NBA/MLB segment when the conversation turned to the NHL's handling of the Blackhawks-Brad Aldrich scandal, especially the Hall of Fame's decision to remove Aldrich's name from the Cup. When the dust settled the Honchos talked Sidney Crosby and Covid, the continuing drama around Ben Simmons, the Ingleside Lakers, the World Series, Bob Melvin taking the Padres job, and the retirement of Buster Posey.The NFL recap featured the usual whiparound the league, moves that were made (and not made) at the trade deadline, Aaron Rodgers getting Covid, and more bad news for the Vegas Raiders in the form of Henry Ruggs.The Fall Classic got to a Game 7 with the Dope of the Week. This week's winner was Mike Tomlin, head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers.Follow everywhere @sportshonchos.
Sports of course with your hosts Paul C. Cuthbert and Robert Kuney.Tonight was a very special episode of the Sports Honchos - the Honchos Halloween Spooktacular! We also marked the 44th episode of the Honchos with a tribute to another 44, Washington Redskins great John Riggins. After a discussion of their favorite horror/slasher films from the late 70s and early 80s, it was time for the Headlines: a Pop Tarts lawsuit, drunk Amish buggy drivers, and a list of favorite Halloween candy in each state.The sports portion of the Honchos started with a recap of the college football from last weekend, the stupidity of a 9 OT game and the worst taunting call of all time, the best games of the upcoming weekend, and the always fabulous Blue Hose update.In the NHL/NBA/MLB segment the Honchos examined the NBA's 75th anniversary team, the continuing saga of Ben Simmons, and the Braves-Astros World Series match-up. The segment ended with a look around the NHL and the sad tale of the Chicago Blackhawks scandal.The showgram ended with a brief look at the MLS and then it was time for another high-spirited NFL whiparound review of the games from week 7 and the games of note upcoming in week 8. The showgram hit the witching hour as it always does with a special Halloween-themed Dope of the Week. This week's winner was Mike Leach, head coach of the Mississippi State football team.Follow everywhere @sportshonchosAll live and archived shows at
Hosted by Robert Kuney and Paul C. Cuthbert.Tonight was the 43rd episode of the Honchos, and in honor of the new episode and Richard Petty (who drove the 43 car), the Honchos made more left turns than usual. After a spirited tribute to King Richard and racing and racing movies, the Honchos tackled two of the biggest non-sports issues out there: #DeviousLicks on Tik Tok and the coregasm sweeping (literally) the nation.The sports portion of the Honchos started with a recap of college football from last weekend, which included the new look Top 25 after Iowa's loss to unranked Purdue, Ohio State lurking just outside the College Football Playoff as we await the first ESPN CFP poll, Nick Rolovich out at Washington State and Ed Orgeron out at LSU, the best games of the upcoming weekend, and the always fabulous Blue Hose update.In the NHL/NBA/MLB segment the Honchos wished former Islander great Mike Bossy well as he battles cancer, discussed the latest self-destruction from Evander Kane, welcomed the 2021-2022 NBA season and the Ingleside Lakers, reviewed the MLB playoffs, and tossed around the extension for Tony LaRussa and the firing of Mike Shildt.The showgram ended with the breathless NFL whiparound review of the games from week 6 and the games of note upcoming in week 7. Then the show ended as it always does with the Dope of the Week. This week's winner was Kyle Kuzma of the Washington Wizards.Follow everywhere @sportshonchos.
Hosted by Paul C. Cuthbert and Robert Kuney.It was the Forty-Deuce show for the Honchos tonight. The magic number is 42, for Jackie Robinson and for 42 shows, and just like the previous 41 the Honchos brought the noise and brought the funk tonight. After Rob proudly announced that he is the newest member of the Nielsen ratings family, the Honchos got right to the news of the day - strange ways to die and the worst wedgie of all time.The sportstalk portion of the showgram started with a review of the epic week that was in college football. The Honchos had a lot to say about Alabama's loss to Texas A&M, the continuing chaos in the Top 25, the reality of who gets into the College Football Playoff, and the weekly Presbyterian Blue Hose update.In the NHL/NBA/MLB segment the Honchos waxed philosophically about the start of the 2021-22 NHL season, their favorite goalies of the past, salaries in the NHL, the Ben Simmons dance with the Sixers, Kyrie Irving's selfish stance on vaccines, and the MLB playoffs. Are the Astros cheating again? The NFL recap had the usual whiparound look at the games from Week 5 and the upcoming games in Week 6, but the segment was dominated by the Jon Gruden resignation (firing) in the wake of his inflammatory and offensive emails. The marathon showgram ended as it always does, with the Dope of the Week. This week's winner was Danny White, Athletic Director at the University of Tennessee.Follow everywhere @sportshonchosAll archives at
Hosted by Paul C. Cuthbert and Robert Kuney.September may be coming to an end, but the Honchos roll on with another elephantitis-sized showgram for y'all. After an uplifting talk about their mortality and Paul's ear woes, the Honchos led off the show with some headlines about elephant tranquilizers, Michael Jordan's underwear, and the worst condom substitute ever.The bucket of sports began with some college talk. After commenting on the NCAA finally calling the women's basketball tourney "March Madness," the Honchos did a recap of Week 4 around the NCAA. The college segment ended with another Presbyterian Blue Hose update, the official college team of the Sports Honchos.In the NHL/NBA/MLB segment the Honchos paid a proper tribute to Henrik Lundquist before turning their attention to the Caps jersey ads, the changing sponsors for the Winter Classic, the vaccine war in the NBA and the continuing saga of Ben Simmons and the Sixers. The NFL recap contained the usual hi-jinks and hilarity as the Honchos whipped around the league to review Week 3 and looked ahead to some important games upcoming. And yes, the Jags-Bengals game made that list!The show reached the finish line the way it always does, with the Dope of the Week. This week's winner was Tyler Boyd, Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver. Follow everywhere @sportshonchos.
Hosted by Paul C. Cuthbert and Robert Kuney.The Honchos unloaded their 40th episode tonight with another epic performance. After the usual small talk and banter, like their Matrix and John Wick mashup idea, the show started for real with the worst idea ever for a Halloween costume and some unwanted ingredients in a Bolivian fast food hamburger.The sack of sports opened with some NCAA football talk. There was a recap of the week 3 action, a look at the lack of any truly dominant team this season, and the Honchos developed a man crush on the Presbyterian Blue Hose and the mighty Pioneer League.The NBA/NHL/MLB segment included the John Wall trade, Ben Simmons wanting out of Philly, the out of control player movement killing the NBA, Covid vaccine requirements for the MLB postseason, and a deep dive on the issue of whether or not it is unfair for a 100 win team to have to play in the one-game NL wild card game. The Honchos took a look at the action from last week's NFL games in the NFL Recap segment, and went in depth on the Ravens thrilling win over the Chiefs as well as Rob's worrisome affection for one Kirk Cousins. There was also a look ahead at the upcoming schedule of games.The 40th episode ended the way the previous 39 ended - with the Dope of the Week. This week's winner was Aaron Jones of the Green Bay Packers.All archives at
Hosted by Paul C. Cuthbert and Robert Kuney.The Honchos made their triumphant return to the airwaves with the always exciting Atonement Show on the eve of Yom Kippur. Boy do they have to do a lot of atoning. After some TV talk and a recap of the Honchos finally being in the same place together, attention was paid to headlines around the world with stories about underwear thieves and killer hot dogs.The Honchos ripped open the sack of sports with some college football talk, including tectonic shifts in conference alignments, the firing of Clay Helton at USC, and whether Ohio State's loss or Notre Dame's too close for comfort win was the bigger deal this season.The NHL/NBA/MLB segment was brief, but meaningful, as the Honchos discussed the NHL returning to the Olympics in 2022 (if we are not at war), the pennant races and wild card races heating up in the MLB, and the retirement of Ryan Braun.The NFL Recap was back and better than ever now that real live games are underway at last. After a quick recap of highlights of last week's games, football yak focused on the continuing saga of Deshaun Watson, Josh Gordon, Larry Fitzgerald, the Bills requiring vaccinations at home games, and a review of the debut of the Manning brothers on Monday Night Football. There was even an OJ story. Talk about atonement . . . The show ended as it always does with the Dope of the Week. This week's winner was Brian Kelly, head football coach at the University of Notre Dame.Follow @sportshonchos All archives at
Hosted by Paul C. Cuthbert and Robert Kuney.The Honchos were back after summer vacation for another action-packed showgram. You spoke, we listened, and we did the show anyway. The Honchos opened the show with some movie talk and then dove right into some headlines - Wolfie Van Halen, the death of Ron Popeil and the potential bacon panic in California next year. The Honchos opened the long overdue sack of sports by offering up some opinions on why nobody is watching the Olympics, followed by a tribute to the late Bobby Bowden, and a look at the changing landscape of major conference college football.The NHL/NBA/MLB segment was hopping this morning with fresh-baked goodness: Evander Kane, the Chicago Blackhawks, Marc-Andre Fleury, the Ingleside Lakers, MLB trade talk, the new name of the artist formerly known as the Cleveland Indians, Mets bashing, Trevor Bauer still on suspension, and they ended the segment with a smidge of positivity - the upcoming MLB "Field of Dreams" game. The NFL is back (sort of) and so was a beefed up NFL recap. Pre-season boredom, Dan Campbell's morning coffee habit, the obligatory Deshaun Watson update, confirmation of Aaron Rodgers as a money-hungry diva, the Carson Wentz injury and the return of Philip Rivers(?), and the WooFTskins banning Native-American headdresses and face paint from home games. Despite all of that gluttony, the Honchos still managed to squeeze in the Dope of the Week to end the shenanigans. This week's winner was Kirk Cousins, QB of the Minnesota Vikings.All archives at sportshonchos.comFollow everywhere @sportshonchos.
Hosted by Paul C. Cuthbert and Robert Kuney.It was a Sunday morning show . . . on a Monday night! The MLB All-Star Game extravaganza started with an update on Paul's health (ear crystals - who knew), the latest hot dog eating triumph by Joey Chesnutt, and another fireworks safety lecture because there sure are some dumb people out there. And Overbite Man made a guest appearance as well.The sports chatter started in earnest with the first major college athlete endorsement deal in the wake of the NCAA's ruling on NIL rights for its athletes. In the NBA/NHL/MLB segment the Honchos got into a lot of topics, including the NBA Finals heating up as the Bucks are making it a series, everyone overreacting to USA Basketball's loss to Nigeria, the Lightning winning their second Cup in a row, shirtless Nikta Kucherov, the tragic, and mysterious it seems, death of Blue Jackets goalie Matiss Kivlenieks, Duncan Keith traded to the Oilers, Trevor Bauer's suspension, and a whole lot of All-Star Game talk, complete with another ignorant take from Stephen A. Smith. There was even a Joe Pepitone sighting!The NFL Recap was all about drama king Aaron Rodgers and the fastest 2021 season preview ever courtesy of Paulie. After a brief look at Italy's win in Euro 2020 and some great trash talk from Danish goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel, the show slid into home as it always does with the Dope of the Week. This week's winner? Rob Manfred, MLB Commissioner.Follow everywhere @sportshonchosAll archives at
Hosted by Paul C. Cuthbert and Robert Kuney.The Honchos returned to the airwaves with a July 4th spectacular that was at times both patriotic and explosive with just a hint of national pride. The Honchos lit the candle with a PSA about fireworks safety and then did a deep dive (see what we did there) into all things tuna and Subway and potential seafood fraud. And Rob introduced Paulie to Overbite Man.The sack of sports was cut open and out tumbled the recent NCAA and Supreme Court decisions on student-athletes profiting from their NIL rights. The Honchos grappled with how this will or will not change the landscape of college sports in America.In the NHL/NBA/MLB segment the Honchos discussed the NHL and NBA playoffs as they reach their respective conclusions, the allegations against Trevor Bauer. the MLB crackdown on the use of foreign substances on baseball and whether it is actually working, the All-Star game, and more happenings off the field for the New York Mets.The NFL Recap was dominated by the latest news from the Washington WooFTskins. Dan Snyder out (for now)! Tanya Snyder in! Team fined $10 million! What does it all mean? Nothing as long as they win. Maybe.After a brief review of Euro 2020 in Seconds of Soccer, the show wrapped as it always does with the Dope of the Week. This week's winner? Tyler Glasnow of the Tampa Bay Rays.Follow everywhere @sportshonchosAll archives and podcast links at
Hosted by Paul C. Cuthbet and Robert Kuney.The Honchos served up another hot Sunday brunch today. They led off by addressing the Foo Fighters upcoming concert at Madison Square Garden and the heated debate about concert goers being required to be vaccinated, and then turned their attention to some headlines like a man being swallowed by a humpback whale (and surviving), some positive light shined on the police for a change, and a bizarre lawsuit out of Yonkers involving cell phones, thongs, and school principals.The bag of sports was opened and what came out first was the proposed expansion of the College Football Playoffs from 4 teams to 12. After the college football talk, the Honchos hit the NBA, NHL, and MLB.First up was the NBA and the Honchos talked NBA playoffs and played "Who Is Dumber" with unfortunate comments by Jeff Van Gundy and Steven A. Smith. Then attention was paid to the NHL with playoff talk and a therapy session for Rob's Barry Trotz angst. Finally, after the world's shortest tribute to the late Mike Marshall, the boys discussed the MLB crackdown on foreign substances used by pitchers and the real reason why pitching is so dominant all of a sudden. A brief NFL Recap contained more updates on Deshaun Watson and Aaron Rodgers, the Julio Jones trade, and Russell Wilson smokescreens.After a quick look at Naomi Osaka's withdrawal from the French Open and Euro 2020, the show lurched to the finish line with the Dope of the Week. This week's winner was Gerrit Cole of the New York Yankees.All shows archived at www.sportshonchos.comFollow everywhere @sportshonchos.
Live Every Sunday Morning | 10:30am EST. | Hosted by Paul C. Cuthbet and Robert Kuney.It was the debut of the new Sunday morning showgram and the Sports Honchos served up a heaping pile of eggs, bacon, and sports yak. The Honchos debuted a new segment called "Headlines to Make You Do Lines," and the inaugural edition featured cicada talk (they urinate) and guidelines from the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control on sex during the pandemic.The sack of sports was ripped open with a look around hockey, basketball, and baseball. The Honchos started the sports talk with the NHL playoffs, the Mark Scheifele hit on Jake Evans, and Canada relaxing their travel protocols in time for the final four in the playoffs. Next up was the NBA playoffs, the Clippers and Mavericks in a Game 7, the legacy of LeBron and KD, big changes with the Boston Celtics off the court, and the Liz Cambage body shaming story. Finally, the boys hashed out the Bob Brenly mess in Arizona.After the Honchos celebrated the career of Duke's Coach K, who is calling it quits after this coming season, there was a quick look at Helio Castroneves winning the Indy 500, Medina Spirit's second positive drug test, and 10,000 Olympic volunteers quitting less than two months before the start of the Summer Olympics in Japan.It was a new day for the Honchos, but the show ended the same way it always does - with the Dope of the Week. This week's winner? Gilles Moretton, head of the French Tennis Federation.Follow everywhere @sportshonchosAll archives at
Hosted by Paul C. Cuthbert and Robert Kuney.Tonight was the last Wednesday showgram before the show moves to Summertime Sundays. The Honchos marked the occasion with another steaming pile of audio goodness. The Honchos kicked off the festivities with some vaccine and mask talk followed by an in-depth investigation into the FAA's new policy of randomly weighing passengers before flights.The sack of sports was opened with a recap of Phil Mickelson's historic PGA Championship win. From there the Honchos took to the ice to talk NHL playoffs, another disappointing end to the Caps season, Barry Trotz, Connor McDavid, John Davidson's return to Columbus and Wayne Gretzky's new job with TNT. After talking about the NBA playoffs and Julius Randle winning the NBA's Most Improved Player award, the Honchos reviewed where MLB stands as it approaches the 50 game milestone.The NFL Recap featured your weekly DeShaun Watson update, the latest from the Aaron Rodgers-Green Bay Packers melodrama, and Julio Jones wanting out of Atlanta.The show wrapped with a discussion of Comfort (TX) High School's overreaction to a rather harmless senior prank and the debut of the Throwback Dope of the Week, a look at a DOTW from years gone by. Tonight's winner was Jim Zorn, former head coach of the Washington Redskins.Follow everywhere at @sportshonchos.
Hosted by Paul C. Cuthbert and Robert Kuney,The Honchos were back and more hydrated than ever this week after taking off last week. The tanned, rested, and ready Honchos opened the show with cicada talk, gas shortage talk, a salute to Andre the Giant, and why critics of Disneyland's new Snow White have proved that we all take a deep breath once in a while. The pouch of sports was unzipped and the NHL/NBA/MLB segment spilled out as the Honchos tackled the NHL playoffs, the NBA playoffs, the Clippers taking a dive to end the regular season, the 2021 Basketball Hall of Fame class and the surprising story of Ben Wallace, the retirement of Marv Albert after more than a half century of calling games, and the epic beef between former number one overall pick Kwame Brown and, well, everyone. They did not forget about baseball; the Honchos discussed Albert Pujols' third act with the Dodgers and the Oakland A's possible relocation.After the weekly Deshaun Watson lawsuit update, the Honchos talked about Bob Baffert's suspension from Belmont Park and Kenny Mayne leaving ESPN. The show came to its usual rip-roaring conclusion with the Dope of the Week. This week's winner was Jimbo Fisher, head football coach at Texas A&M University.Follow everywhere @sportshonchos.Archives and links at
Hosted by Paul C. Cuthbert and Robert Kuney.It is Cinco de Mayo and the Honchos celebrated in style with a super-special Cinco de Honchos Showgram. After a sentimental tribute to a cherished pet and the end of one of America's great love affairs, the Honchos taught us everything we wanted to know (and less) about Cinco de Mayo.The sports pinata was opened with the NBA/NHL/MLB segment that included LeBron James not happy with the NBA's new playoff format, Tom Wilson's latest transgression, big changes at the top of the New York Rangers organization, John Means' almost-perfect no-hitter, Roberto Alomar's latest troubles, Francisco Lindor's struggles, the firing of Chili Davis in New York, and why we are overlooking the greatness of Mike Trout this season.The NFL Recap featured a Deshaun Watson update, thoughts on the NFL Draft and which of the first round QBs will face the most pressure this season, the Aaron Rodgers drama and a potential return to the NFL by Tim Tebow.After shaming the Man U fans that stormed Old Trafford and examining why American sports fans do not have the same power to effectuate change as European sports fans, the show ended with a rousing Dope of the Week. This week's winner was Robert Griffin III.All podcast platforms at everywhere at @sportshonchos.
Hosted by Paul C. Cuthbert and Robert Kuney.Tonight, the Honchos celebrated their 30th showgram with another star-studded extravaganza, minus the actual stars. After some birthday self-congratulations the Honchos kicked off the showgram with robot pizza delivery and the return of an old friend from the 1980s. The Honchos opened the bucket o’ sports with a couple of NHL storylines involving the start of the 2021-22 hockey season and how the NHL will maneuver around the Canadian travel restrictions as the league goes deeper into the playoffs. After a look at the latest social media firestorm involving LeBron James, the conversation turned to the diamond. Topics included Madison Bumgarner’s “no-hitter,” Shohei Ohtani’s underrated greatness, the MLB extra-innings rule, and the new extra-inning rule in the Pioneer League. The NFL Recap started with the obligatory Deshaun Watson update before turning their attention to Rob’s Hannukah (sort of), the NFL Draft. This was followed by an update on the Raiders unfortunate George Floyd tweet and the sad story of Chicago Bear legend Steve McMichael. In the last segment, the Honchos commented on ESPN standing pat with their Monday Night Football booth this coming season before wrapping the show as they always do with the Dope of the Week. This week’s winner? Jorge Masvidal of the UFC.Follow everywhere at @sportshonchos
Hosted by Paul C. Cuthbert and Robert Kuney.This week's showgram was fabulous as always and included a first for the Honchos - a guest! That is right, a guest. Another voice added to the madness for the soccer segment. Friend of the show, and noted soccer head, Coach Bryan Lanham helped breakdown the emergence, and then disappearance, of the proposed European "Super League'' in soccer, which was one of the biggest stories in sports for about 24 hours. Tonight was the 5th anniversary of the death of Prince so there was a tribute to Prince before moving on to the break-up of A-Rod and J-Lo and Rob's fascination with "superfetation." After a quick discussion of Zack Snyder movies it was time to open the sack of sports.In the NHL/NBA/MLB segment featured the Honchos on the following: ads on NHL jerseys, Patrick Marleau's historic night, an examination of what is wrong with the Mets off the field and the Yankees on the field, and a quick look at the start of what will surely be contentious CBA talks between the MLB and the MLBPA. The NFL Recap featured yet another Deshaun Watson lawsuit update (complete with his new lawsuit theme song), Brett Favre and Mark Davis putting their feet in their mouths, the retirement of Alex Smith, and the potential new names for the Washington Football Team. Spoiler alert! Most of them suck.After a discussion of Joe Buck being added to the list of celebrity guest hosts on Jeopardy, the Honchos and Lanham dissected the Super League before declaring it dead on arrival. The show crossed the finish line tonight with the Dope of the Week. Tonight's winner was Jean Segura of the Philadelphia Phillies.Follow everywhere @sportshonchos.All podcast platform links at
Hosted by Paul C. Cuthbert and Robert Kuney.It was another wacky, economy-sized showgram tonight in honor of Pete Rose's 80th birthday. The opening featured the death of Bernie Madoff and a survey about the best states in America because, well, Rob loves surveys like a cat likes tinsel.The sack of sports was ripped open with a lengthy discussion of Hideki Matsuyama's historic Masters win and the many storylines that came from this victory.The NHL/NBA/MLB segment featured the NHL trade deadline winners, Toronto and Washington, the NHL delaying the playoffs to make up the games Vancouver missed due to Covid, and a spirited debate on replay in the MLB based on a Ken Rosenthal article in The Athletic.The NFL Recap started with another update on the Deshaun Watson lawsuits before giving way to the retirement of Julian Edelman and why it is more than just a football story. The segment ended with the Bills welcoming 100% attendance this coming season and the unusual choice to play Sean Payton in an upcoming Netflix movie. After a charming story of how Minnesota local sports anchor Sam Ali got around ESPN's restrictions on using highlights of the Frozen Four, the Honchos wrapped tonight's showgram with the Dope of the Week. This week's winner? Aaron Wilson. formerly of The Houston Chronicle. Follow everywhere @sportshonchos.All podcast platform links at
Hosted by Paul C. Cuthbert and Robert Kuney.It is April and the Honchos sprung into action tonight with another shower of sports talk goodness. Okay. No more Spring references. The show opened with some good news about a friend of the show and what happens when people who own castles run afoul of the local authorities.The bucket of sports was opened with a review of Baylor's NCAA tournament finals victory over Gonzaga and discovered that Baylor is no Finland. The Honchos then examined the notion of how paying NCAA athletes impacts Title IX and non-revenue sports.The NHL/NBA/MLB segment opened with some NHL trade talk (complete with breaking trade news), the Vancouver Canucks battle with Covid-19, and a great story about New York Rangers coach Mike Keenan from former player Tony Amonte. The segment ended with a spirited look at the MLB's decision to move the All-Star game from Atlanta to Coors Field in Colorado. The NFL Recap segment was again dominated by QBs - Sam Darnold being traded, the continuing saga of Deshaun Watson and the increasing number of sexual assault allegations against him, and Aaron Rodgers' rather sleepy turn as guest host of Jeopardy.The Honchos then turned their attention to the LA County Sheriff's Department finally revealing the cause of the February crash involving Tiger Woods as well as why soccer is not taking hold in America like in other countries before ending the show as they always do with the Dope of the Week. This week's winner was former NBA great Paul Pierce.Follow everywhere @sportshonchos.Subscribe at iTunes and Spotify.
Hosted by Paul C. Cuthbert and Robert Kuney.The Honchos ended the month of March with a jam-packed showgram tonight. The Honchos opened the show by comparing MRI stories, recapping the tale of the Ever Given being stuck in the Suez Canal, and telling the tale of another Burger King PR nightmare.The seal was broken on sports with a recap of the NCAA men's tournament and a look at the Final Four, a follow-up on last week's story of the discrepancy in treatment between the men's and women's tournaments. and a discussion of comments made by Baylor women's basketball coach Kim Mulkey after her team was eliminated from the tournament.With opening day less than 24 hours away, the NHL/NBA/MLB segment was dominated by MLB talk. The Honchos made their playoff predictions, discussed the Francisco Lindor contract talks with the Mets, and tried to determine who is truly punished if the All-Star game is moved out of Atlanta as a form of political protest.There was a brief NFL Recap focused on the NFL moving to 17 games. the plan for full attendance at NFL stadiums this season, and, of course, an update on the ever-evolving Deshaun Watson lawsuit story. After a spirited discussion about the removal of WWE and SpongeBob Squarepants content deemed inappropriate and insensitive, the Honchos ended the showgram with the Dope of the Week. This week's winner? Chris Grier, GM of the Miami Dolphins.Subscribe at Itunes and Spotify.Follow everywhere @sportshonchos
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