"You have to approach these Super Bowl titles like it’s the only one that you’ve ever experienced and to enjoy it like you’ve ever enjoyed any...
"Team sports don't have that backdrop like Simone Biles or Mary Lou Retton is born out of you see them do a floor routine and then...
Baseball's been on FS1, TBS, Apple, nowhere. They've been fringe for a very long time. They're moving more towards National Women's Soccer League type telecasts."
The podcast promises to publish three episodes a week and will drop the very first episode on Wednesday, September 7.
That Betting Show made its debut with Alex Gold behind the microphone.
"They are risking being ignored by ESPN now," replied Klingler.
“I know he’s still a football coach at Stanford, but he knows everything about every player. I think he is great.”
"Tapped out" will focus on the betting aspect of the MMA and Boxing world, helping bettors set their cards for the biggest fights in combat sports.
"Perrault announced the news on Twitter, confirming he is leaving the company after the Friday, Oct. 29 episode of 'Pushing The Odds'."
The company is rolling out exclusive NFL training camp coverage across its networks.