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Fill your gut with what's left of the Thanksgiving spread while you enjoy the last day of the holiday weekend, and stick your fork into some taste tunes, including a double shot block to remember! Screw "Black Friday" and "Cyber Monday" enjoy Sunday Dealer's Choice Day!
Rich Hanley returns to discuss the connection between football and Thanksgiving and how football mirrors America, including its current state of political turmoil.
Rich Hanley returns to discuss the evolution of NFL protesting, the league's lower television ratings, and Colin Kaepernick's football future.
Molly Knefel recaps the actions of many NFL teams who, this past week, chose not to participate in the National Anthem before the start of their games -- arguably as a sign of solidarity with Colin Kaepernick, who began sitting out of National Anthem in August of 2016 to protest police brutality and the oppression of people of color. Molly and John Knefel are hosts of the longrunning progressive politics podcast, Radio Dispatch. Music featured in the episode: "Untitled" by Tiny Victories
Week 1, no injuries yet, but we celebrate the start of the NFL season with a show of awesome tunes dedicated to blood, broken bones and the inevitable injuries that plague anyone who plays the game of football.
Pro football continues to fumble prosecution of domestic violence.
Rich Hanley returns to discuss the biggest NFL storylines heading into the 2017 season, from CTE studies to anthem protests.
We’re saluting rocking women on the show today with great tracks from Waxahatchee, Widowspeak, Summer Camp and more…
Personally, I’ve never been that big of a football buff. I just never got around to learning all of the rules of the game, and without an intimate understanding of the intricate protocol at play, it’s difficult to stay engaged and interested for a full four hour game. That said, I do genuinely enjoy watching big dudes tackle each other. And, furthermore, I’m definitely an advocate for an afternoon of wings and beer. Afterall, that’s what really makes the Super Bowl great! Of course, there’s nothing wrong with just holing up at your local bar and chowing on the snacks they have on hand, but if you have the luxury of access to a TV in your own home, a Super Bowl gathering in the comfort of a well stocked apartment is pretty ideal. That means that somebody has to take on the mammoth task of providing enough delicious, greasy, cheesy goodness for everybody in attendance. Luckily, there are some downright delicious recipes out there to help you on your way. Here are some ideas for this Super Bowl Sunday, and how to pull them off without a hitch. 1. You obviously need a couple different kinds of dips to satisfy your hungry friends and family! And what better dip is there out there than Queso? Seriously, name one, I dare you. This recipe from Bon Appetit has all of the fixings you could possibly need: spice, cheese, and ooey gooey goodness! 2. Wings are a necessary addition to any and every successful Super Bowl! You can take wings in all sorts of different directions: sweet, spicy, sticky, BBQ! Here’s a helpful guide for how to pull off any or all of the styles of wings you could possibly imagine. 3. Unpopular opinion: among the indulgent eats, it’s nice to have a fresh, healthy-ish, palate cleanser on the table. Something with a little bit of freshness and crunch! Here’s a guide for some veggie heavy inspiration.
The move would shake up the football world while simultaneously ruining the players' lives.

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