Today’s show is a great one. First, former Heisman Trophy winner, 1st round draft pick of the Denver Broncos, the greatest college football player of all-time and current outfielder in the New York Mets organization, Tim Tebow, joins the show from Top Golf in Atlanta for an incredible conversation. They discuss what it was like being Tim Tebow in college, his transition to the NFL and the most difficult part, talks a little bit about his perspective about life, chats more about his MLB aspirations and what his walkup song will be, and how he handles all the scrutiny every time he does something (4:51-27:37). Also joining the show is the king of scoops himself, one of the best in the game at his job, the creator of the “Adam Bomb,” Adam Schefter. They discuss what Super Bowl week is like for him, the guys dig for a couple updates on some scoops, what he thinks is going to happen with the Antonio Brown situation, and the stresses of having troll Twitter accounts make fake news with his name and having to deal with the repercussions (55:54-1:13:46). The guys also recap the entire Super Bowl week from Top Golf and who some of their favorite guests were and which people surprised them. They also recap the weight loss competition, and dive into their thoughts on the Super Bowl, the commercials, and Boston Connor chats about his experience seeing the Patriots win a Super Bowl in person. It’s a great one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
On today’s show, Pat welcomes former Packer great, Super Bowl Champion, partner in the booth, and friend of the show, AJ Hawk, for the debut of a new segment. They cover Pat’s NFL broadcasting debut and what AJ heard from some of his friends still playing on the Packers. They also discuss the two playoff matchups this weekend, and chat about what AJ has been doing recently, what he wants his endgame to be professionally, and why he isn’t a fan of debate shows on TV (2:07-37:26). Later, Pat and the guys discuss some things that are going on in the world including a potential new comedy tour, a few things that they didn’t know about Zito, they chat about dogs and some of the other creatures that are roaming around the McAfee estate, and do a quick check-in on the weight loss challenge. Plus Pat tells a few more stories about Chuck Pagano when they first met each other. It’s a good one, come and laugh with us. Cheers.
If you were unaware who Block Dad was, this is the block pull heard ’round the world. Does someone who can defy physics like that look like a loser to you? Tim McAfee is a champion. A hard hat, lunch pail, grit guy through and through, 242 pounds of twisted steel and sex appeal.. and he will be your 2019 Weight Loss Competition Champion.
I know what you may be thinking. “Tim’s too old, he’s at a major disadvantage when he’s competing against these young pups who can manipulate their weight leading up to the competition.” That may be true, but what you don’t know is that Tim has quietly been going full steam ahead into bulking season as we approach the start date. He hasn’t been flashy, hasn’t been in your face about it, but he’s been packing on pounds.
We’ve got one hell of a plan moving forward. Obviously, I can’t divulge too much information on said plan, in an effort to keep Zeet, Todd, and Digs at bay, but what I can tell you is that we have quite the ace in the hole. We’re doing this for the kids, trying to put as many kids whose parents are in the military through college, and we will not fail. Curious what kids we’re trying to help here or maybe how you can support Tim, and in turn, the kids? Look no further.
Look for some videos and pictures to come out in the following weeks that will detail Tim’s journey to getting the strap. There’s a good chance we’ll have a couple special guests coming in to keep Tim motivated (not that he needs it), because we will not lose sight that we have one mission and one mission only… to do this for the kids. The weight loss is just an added bonus here.
We’re not worried about Zeet, Todd, or Digs. These guys are all involved in this weight loss competition for selfish reasons. They’re thinking solely about their bank accounts and the personal gains that would come from winning the Weight Loss Belt. We won’t rest, we won’t sleep, we won’t go quietly into the night, until every military kid out there has a scholarship. That’s the goal. If you’re betting on the Weight Loss Competition (www.mybookie.ag), bet on the correct horse. Odds haven’t been released yet, but Tim McAfee is who the sharp bettors are on.
Zeet has gained about 40 pounds in the last two weeks and I don’t know if he’s got enough juice left in the tank to get down to a winning weight. Zeetski may stay in the 280-300 range for the rest of his life after this.
Todd has bulked up for sure, but I don’t know if he’s putting on enough weight. Typically you’ll have to get a bigger pair of jeans to slide into if you’re gaining weight. Todd, on the other hand, can’t seem to keep his pants up.
And although I love Digs, he’s been struggling thus far. Says he feels like shit, looks like shit right now (kind of), and I think everyone is assuming he will throw in the towel at some point during the month of January. I love him, but the guy quits.. it’s just what he does.
(He quit after a season and spring ball. And he loves football. You think he loves starving himself? Me neither.)
So again, if you’re wondering who to put your chips on in this competition, do you want to put that money on someone who’s doing it for selfish reasons and personal gain, or someone who’s trying to change the world. Make the right decision. Let’s do this for the kids, for chrissakes.
Fox News: Andrew E. Slavonic, who celebrated his 101st birthday on Dec. 1 with his family and friends in McMurray, Penn., has been drinking one Coors Light every day at 4 p.m. for the past 15 years.
“In 1996, he actually started drinking regular Coors beer,” Andrew’s son, Bob Slavonic, told Fox News. “He switched to Coors Light beer about 15 years ago. I think I am the one to blame for the switch because that is all that I have been drinking for about the past 25 years.”
I love this man. A WW2 Pilot from the South Hills of Pittsburgh who just loves himself some beer. Look at this man. He doesn’t look a day over 70. That’s what happens when you mix Yinzer blood with the sweet nectar of the Rockies. I respect that Andrew made the switch from the banquet beer to those glorious blue mountains. I’ve recently started drinking Coors light because it’s in my blood to do so and let me tell you when you see those crystal blue mountains you know you’re in for a treat. You don’t even have to worry about mixing in a water at the bar (not that anyone does) because it is basically beer water. You can drink 1000 of them. It’s so much in my blood that Coors light is the official sponsor of my father coach Digs.
Go ahead and call it girls light, I don’t care. I am who I am and I enjoy tapping the rockies. I was strictly a liquor guy for years because beer was too filling but I don’t have that problem with C lights. I don’t want to live to 100 or even 80 but if I did I fully believe that a Coors Light a day would get the job done. Cheers to you Andrew.