Archived Podcasts

  • Episode 4.43.1: Andy Behrens Trivia (Part One)

    How will the Yahoo! fantasy expert do when bombarded with current events and Tuesday's topicals?

  • Episode 4.43: Andy Behrens

    Yahoo's fantasy football experts goes team-by-team in a massive podcast preview. You'll definitely want to listen to this before your draft.

  • Episode 4.42.2: Chuck Culpepper Trivia (Part Two)

    Can Chuck beat the all-time record in points? We're about to find out.

  • Episode 4.42.1: Chuck Culpepper Trivia (Part One)

    Will tries to stump Chuck on current events and an Olympic-themed topic.

  • Episode 4.42: Chuck Culpepper

    The former (as of last week) Sports On Earth writer talks about his work, journalism, SoE and the future.

  • Episode 4.41.2: Michael Weinreb Trivia (Part 2)

    See how Michael does in the second two rounds of Will's trivia game.

  • Episode 4.41.1 Michael Weinreb Trivia (Part One)

    Will tries to stump our college football expert.

  • Episode 4.41: Michael Weinreb

    The Sports On Earth contributing writer and author of the book "Season Of Saturdays: A History of College Football in 14 Games" talks about college football fandom, and the upcoming season.

  • Episode 4.40.2: Trivia with Emma Span (Part Two)

    Emma makes a late surge in trivia points through the dreaded Outburst portion of the game.

  • Episode 4.40.1: Trivia With Emma Span (Part One)

    The former SoE staffer and current SI editor tackles current events and topics, hoping to not get any NASCAR questions.

  • Episode 4.40: Emma Span

    The former SoE staffer and current SI editor talks about the Hall of Fame weekend, Tony LaRussa and what's up with the Yankees.

  • Episode 4.39.2: Mike Tanier, Teams and Outburst

    In the second part of the trivia game, our NFL columnist attempts to beat the best score so far. The bar has been set high.

  • Episode 4.39.1: Mike Tanier Trivia, Events and Topics

    Will grills Mike on current events and the passing yards leader for individual NFL franchises. How did our football expert do?

  • Episode 4.39: Mike Tanier

    Sports On Earth's NFL writer and the author of A Good Walkthrough Spoiled previews NFL training camp, which somehow starts this week.

  • Episode 4.38.4: Joe Sheehan Outburst

    In the last part of the trivia game, Joe must name as many things as he can think of in several different sports categories. It gets intense.

  • Episode 4.38.3: Joe Sheehan Nickname Trivia

    Will tries to stump Joe on the nicknames to minor league, WNBA and soccer teams.

  • Episode 4.38.2: Joe Sheehan Topical Trivia

    Day Two of trivia with Joe Sheehan explores home run leaders for different franchises.

  • Episode 4.38.1: Joe Sheehan Tossup Trivia

    Will and Joe kick off this week's trivia game with a hodgepodge of current events sports questions.

  • Episode 4.38: Joe Sheehan

    The purveyor of the Joe Sheehan Baseball Newsletter and Sports Illustrated writer looks at the state of baseball at the All-Star Break, and the legacy of Bud Selig.

  • 4:37.4 Seth Rosenthal Outburst

    The initial trivia game concludes with Seth Rosenthal playing "Outburst" on a variety of different sports trivia categories.

  • 4.37.3 Seth Rosenthal Nickname Trivia

    For Thursday Trivia, Will quizzes Seth Rosenthal on the nicknames of various college and professional teams.

  • 4.37.2 Seth Rosenthal Topical Trivia

    Seth Rosenthal's trivia competition continues as Will asks about where NBA free agents attended college.

  • 4.37.1 Seth Rosenthal Current Events Trivia

    Will and Seth Rosenthal kick off the week's trivia game with a round of sports current events questions.

  • Episode 4.36: Josh Dean

    We wrap up our podcasts about the USMNT and this fun World Cup, and announce a format change for future episodes.

  • Episode 4.35: Josh Dean

    GQ's USMNT columnist, and regular podcast guest throughout the World Cup, reviews the loss to Germany and previews the Round of 16.

  • Episode 4:34: Josh Dean

    GQ's soccer expert returns to talk about the U.S. tie against Portugal, and what the USMNT must do to advance against Germany.

  • Episode 4.33: Josh Dean's World Cup writer (and American Outlaw member) talks with Will about the thrill of the Ghana match, and what the U.S. needs to beat Portugal and advance to the Round of 16.

  • Episode 4.32: Trey Kerby

    The editor at NBA TV's The Starters talks about the Spurs championship, and just how many wacky faux-rap tribute songs there are in the San Antonio area.

  • Episode 4.31: David Hirshey

    The ESPN soccer writer (and one of Will's dearest friends) goes through every World Cup group, team-by-team, and figures out who's going to win what.

  • Episode 4.30: Noah Davis

    World Cup week continues with the American Soccer Now writer going deep on the U.S. team, player-by-player, with a look at what lies ahead for U.S. Soccer.

  • Episode 4.29: George Quraishi

    World Cup week begins with the editor-in-chief of Howler Magazine looking at the Landon Donovan decision, and the bracket as a whole.

  • Episode 4.28: Tom Ziller

    The SB Nation basketball writer previews the NBA Finals, which begin tonight.

  • Episode 4.27: Jayson Stark

    The ESPN baseball writer and author of the new book "Wild Pitches" talks about his career, "Baseball Tonight," great World Series games and the sad Philadelphia Phillies.

  • Episode 4.26: Jon Heyman

    The CBS Sports and MLB Network baseball insider talks the draft, how the baseball beat has changed and how to deal with dissenters online.

  • Episode 4.25: Joe DeLessio

    SoE hockey writer Joe DeLessio joins Will to discuss the Stanley Cup finals matchup.

  • Episode 4.24: Paul Pabst

    The producer of "The Dan Patrick Show" talks media, what makes good radio and Adam Sandler.

  • Episode 4.23: Harrison Stark

    The author of "The Global(ized) Game: A Geopolitical Guide to the 2014 World Cup" and the writer for Slate's new World Cup blog "The Spot" discusses Landon Donovan and how politics affects soccer.

  • Episode 4.22: Jack Moore

    The Sports On Earth and The Score baseball writer talks the Brewers, the Rangers and also the Brewers some more.

  • Episode 4.21: Patrick Stewart

    The distinguished actor and star of "X-Men: Days of Future Past" talks about England's and the United States' chances in the World Cup, and also how the Nets have changed Brooklyn.

  • Episode 4.20: Dave Zirin

    The Nation sports editor and author of the new book "Brazil's Dance With The Devil" talks about the country's protests of the upcoming World Cup.

  • Episode 4.19: Ryan Fagan

    The Sporting News baseball writer talks Tony La Russa to the D-Backs, the MLB Draft and Julio Franco.

  • Episode 4.18: Katie Baker

    Grantland's hockey writer talks Rangers, Blackhawks, the Olympics and the Times' wedding column.

  • Episode 4.17: Jason Wojciechowski

    The Baseball Prospectus and writer talks about the Oakland A's, and where they stand going forward.

  • Episode 4.16: Richard Sandomir

    The New York Times sports television reporter talks about NBC airing the Olympics through 2032, and cable bundling.

  • Episode 4.15: Cyd Zeigler

    The Outsports editor talks about the significance of seeing Michael Sam drafted this weekend.

  • Episode 4.14: Mike Tanier

    SoE's football expert Mike Tanier joins Will to talk about the NFL draft and the insanity that surrounds it.

  • Episode 4.13: Alyson Footer

    The national correspondent talks about the Astros, the Brewers and her least favorite ballpark to cover a game.

  • Episode 4.12

    The boxing writer for Sports On Earth and Deadspin -- and the purveyor of -- talks about Floyd Mayweather and the state of boxing.

  • Episode 4.11: Mike Pesca

    Slate's Mike Pesca joins Will to talk about the launch of The Gist and how podcasts fit into today's media world.