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"No one ever went broke underestimating the taste of the american public" -H.L. Mencken

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  • S3, Ep. 8: Jonathan Clegg and Joshua Robinson, The Wall Street Journal

    S3, Ep. 8: Jonathan Clegg and Joshua Robinson, The Wall Street Journal

    04/12/2018

    Jonathan Clegg and Joshua Robinson of the Wall Street Journal are this weeks guests on the Because of Sports Podcast. We discuss their new book, The Club: How The English Premier League Became The Wildest, Richest, Most Disruptive Force in Sports. We discuss the league’s humble beginnings, how it modeled its fan experience after the NFL, … Continue reading S3, Ep. 8: Jonathan Clegg and Joshua Robinson, The Wall Street Journal →

  • S3, Ep. 7: Clarke Miyasaki, EVP of Business Development, Stance Socks

    S3, Ep. 7: Clarke Miyasaki, EVP of Business Development, Stance Socks

    04/10/2018

      Clarke Miyasaki, EVP of Business Development for Stance Socks, is this weeks’ guest on the Because of Sports Podcast. We talk the proper way to wear Stance Socks, how Stance became the first brand to be featured on equipment on-court in the NBA, collaborating with athletes, and much more! Listen and subscribe to the Because … Continue reading S3, Ep. 7: Clarke Miyasaki, EVP of Business Development, Stance Socks →

  • S3, Ep. 6: Jeff Pearlman, Writer, The Athletic

    S3, Ep. 6: Jeff Pearlman, Writer, The Athletic

    06/09/2018

    Today’s guest is as great as they come. New York Times Best Selling Author and current columnist for The Athletic, Jeff Pearlman, joins me on the podcast to discuss his new book “Football For A Buck: The Crazy Rise and Crazier Demise of the USFL”, his podcast Two Writers Slinging Yang, his take on the … Continue reading S3, Ep. 6: Jeff Pearlman, Writer, The Athletic →

  • S3, Ep. 5: Field Yates, NFL Insider for ESPN

    S3, Ep. 5: Field Yates, NFL Insider for ESPN

    21/06/2018

    ESPN NFL Insider, Field Yates, is this weeks guest on the show! Tune in as we discuss accuracy in reporting, the reasons he chose a media career over a coaching career, how reporting differs from fantasy football takes, and I even attempt to start some friendly beef between Field and Mina Kimes during my Final … Continue reading S3, Ep. 5: Field Yates, NFL Insider for ESPN →

  • S3, Ep. 4: Mirin Fader, Writer-at-Large for Bleacher Report and B/R Mag

    S3, Ep. 4: Mirin Fader, Writer-at-Large for Bleacher Report and B/R Mag

    14/06/2018

    The awesome Mirin Fader of Bleacher Report is my guest today on the Because of Sports Podcast! We discuss a number of topics including how her time as a reporter for the OC Register prepared her for her current role as a Writer-at-Larger for B/R Mag, some of the themes I’ve noticed in her writing … Continue reading S3, Ep. 4: Mirin Fader, Writer-at-Large for Bleacher Report and B/R Mag →

  • S3, Ep. 3: Arif Hasan, Optimum Scouting/Zone Coverage Minnesota

    S3, Ep. 3: Arif Hasan, Optimum Scouting/Zone Coverage Minnesota

    26/04/2018

    Arif Hasan of Optimum Scouting and Zone Coverage Minnesota joins me for a special 2018 NFL Draft edition of the Because of Sports Podcast for a special! In today’s episode we discuss the upcoming NFL draft, give our takes on the top prospects, what it was like having the Super Bowl in Minnesota, where teams … Continue reading S3, Ep. 3: Arif Hasan, Optimum Scouting/Zone Coverage Minnesota →

  • S3, Ep. 2: Edward Aschoff, ESPN/College Football

    S3, Ep. 2: Edward Aschoff, ESPN/College Football

    19/04/2018

    Edward Aschoff of ESPN joined me on this week’s show to discuss college football, his move from the South to Los Angeles, how he would tackle some of the NCAA’s biggest problems, the differences between fans in the South vs. everywhere else in the nation, and what is the best tailgate experience in college sports.  … Continue reading S3, Ep. 2: Edward Aschoff, ESPN/College Football →

  • S3, EP. 1: Jessica Kleinschmidt, MLB.com and Cut4

    S3, EP. 1: Jessica Kleinschmidt, MLB.com and Cut4

    12/04/2018

    The Because of Sports Podcast is back! Jessica Kleinschmidt of MLB.com and affiliate site, Cut4, joins host Adam Cubbage to discuss the 2018 Major League Baseball season, her role with MLB.com and Cut4, staying true to yourself, and Joey Votto’s chances of winning a medal in Olympic Curling. Be sure to follow Jessica all baseball … Continue reading S3, EP. 1: Jessica Kleinschmidt, MLB.com and Cut4 →

  • S2, Ep. 17: Taylor Rooks, Sportsnet New York Anchor/Host of Timeout With Taylor Rooks

    S2, Ep. 17: Taylor Rooks, Sportsnet New York Anchor/Host of Timeout With Taylor Rooks

    02/11/2017

    One of my favorite things about Taylor Rooks (besides the obvious talent for what she does) was the sheer joy and enthusiasm she brings to it. She also has the courage in the media to speak out on things that matter. And that is something I always appreciate. Did I mention she’s also from the … Continue reading S2, Ep. 17: Taylor Rooks, Sportsnet New York Anchor/Host of Timeout With Taylor Rooks →

  • S2, Ep. 16: David Meltzer, CEO, Sports 1 Marketing

    S2, Ep. 16: David Meltzer, CEO, Sports 1 Marketing

    28/09/2017

    I met David Meltzer in the Summer of 2012 while interning at his and Warren Moon’s company, Sports 1 Marketing. He gave me my first introduction into the sports industry and I learned a tremendous amount. Not just about the business of sports, but what it takes to survive in one of the most competitive … Continue reading S2, Ep. 16: David Meltzer, CEO, Sports 1 Marketing →

  • S2, Ep. 15: David Burke, BOS Fantasy Football Podcast Preview

    S2, Ep. 15: David Burke, BOS Fantasy Football Podcast Preview

    23/09/2017

    **SPECIAL PODCAST ALERT** In today’s special episode, Hosts Adam Cubbage and David Burke talk Fantasy Football in a preview of the new BOS Fantasy Football Podcast that begins September 26th! http://traffic.libsyn.com/becauseofsports/BOSPodFantasyFootball.mp3

  • S2, Ep. 14: Sarah Spain, ESPN

    S2, Ep. 14: Sarah Spain, ESPN

    21/09/2017

    Sarah Spain is one of my favorite personalities in sports media and media in general. Between her knowledge of sports and courage when tackling social issues there are reasons aplenty for that. So I could not be more excited to have her on as a guest. In today’s episode, Sarah and I discuss her background, … Continue reading S2, Ep. 14: Sarah Spain, ESPN →

  • S2, Ep. 13: Richard Deitsch, Writer/Reporter, Sports Illustrated

    S2, Ep. 13: Richard Deitsch, Writer/Reporter, Sports Illustrated

    24/08/2017

    Richard Deitsch of Sports Illustrated is one of the best writers/reporters in the sports  media industry. His podcast, the SI Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch, is a must listen, and if you aren’t following him on Twitter stop missing out on gems on everything from sports, to media, to politics. Richard was kind enough to join me … Continue reading S2, Ep. 13: Richard Deitsch, Writer/Reporter, Sports Illustrated →

  • S2, Ep. 12: Natalie Weiner, Sports  Culture, Bleacher Report

    S2, Ep. 12: Natalie Weiner, Sports & Culture, Bleacher Report

    17/08/2017

    Natalie Weiner has been one of the best follows on Twitter for me for quite some time. Her insight is always interesting, and her takes always honest. Her background (Columbia grad, former Editor at Billboard Magazine) makes the sports media world that much richer with fresh takes and ideas. So we’re all better for her … Continue reading S2, Ep. 12: Natalie Weiner, Sports & Culture, Bleacher Report →

  • S2, Ep. 11: Cian Fahey, Pre-Snap Reads, ESPN

    S2, Ep. 11: Cian Fahey, Pre-Snap Reads, ESPN

    10/08/2017

    One of my favorite things to do as a kid was study the way players in the NFL and college played the Quarterback position. I found the nuances of the position not only to be one of the most challenging in all of sports, but, when done correctly, one of the most amazing feats. Cian Fahey … Continue reading S2, Ep. 11: Cian Fahey, Pre-Snap Reads, ESPN →

  • S2, Ep. 10: Alexandra Noboa, St. Louis Cardinals, International Communications Specialist

    S2, Ep. 10: Alexandra Noboa, St. Louis Cardinals, International Communications Specialist

    29/06/2017

    I first met Alexandra Noboa in 2014 at Major League Baseball’s Diversity Summit in New York City. Besides being one of the nicest humans you could ever meet, you could tell she had a passion for the game of baseball, journalism, and reaching MLB’s  Latino audience on a larger scale.  Fast-forward three years and I … Continue reading S2, Ep. 10: Alexandra Noboa, St. Louis Cardinals, International Communications Specialist →

  • S2, Ep. 9: Mina Kimes, Senior Writer, ESPN/ESPN The Magazine

    S2, Ep. 9: Mina Kimes, Senior Writer, ESPN/ESPN The Magazine

    15/06/2017

      The first story I ever read by Mina Kimes was The Art of Letting Go. After that, I discovered she had written a number of pieces for ESPN that were excellent and that I enjoyed. Not only does she introduce you to elements of a different culture, but she captures the difficult parts of our … Continue reading S2, Ep. 9: Mina Kimes, Senior Writer, ESPN/ESPN The Magazine →

  • S2, Ep. 8: Benjamin Allbright, Mile High Sports, Former NFL Scout

    S2, Ep. 8: Benjamin Allbright, Mile High Sports, Former NFL Scout

    01/06/2017

    Benjamin Allbright has worked as an NFLScout and specializes in analyzing the most important position on the gridiron: Quarterback. Ben was kind enough to join the podcast and talk the NFL Draft, prospect character issues, what the NFL can do about them, his Quarterback Spreadsheet (of which I am a fan), and much more. (Run … Continue reading S2, Ep. 8: Benjamin Allbright, Mile High Sports, Former NFL Scout →

  • S2, Ep. 7: Kimberley Nash, The Lady Sportswriter (Returns)

    S2, Ep. 7: Kimberley Nash, The Lady Sportswriter (Returns)

    25/05/2017

    The Lady Sportswriter, Kimberley Nash, returns to the podcast to discuss Lavar Ball, his recent dustup with Fox Sports 1 (FS1) reporter Kristine Leahy on The Herd with Colin Cowherd, why I found the exchange to be so fascinating (from both sides), and much more. (Run Time: 34 minutes)  Kimberley Nash can be found on Twitter @sambrooklyn. Check … Continue reading S2, Ep. 7: Kimberley Nash, The Lady Sportswriter (Returns) →

  • S2, Ep. 6: Shea Serrano, Staff Writer, The Ringer

    S2, Ep. 6: Shea Serrano, Staff Writer, The Ringer

    11/05/2017

    Shea Serrano of The Ringer, was kind enough to join the podcast, today. During my conversation with Shea we discuss why he was motivated to start writing in the first place, his best-selling book The Rap Yearbook: The Most Important Rap Song From Every Year Since 1979, Discussed, Debated, and Deconstructed, his new book Basketball (and Other Things): … Continue reading S2, Ep. 6: Shea Serrano, Staff Writer, The Ringer →

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