This week on Pod is Life friend of the show and our College Football Analyst Pete joined Harry to breakdown all the news and changes that have happened in the last two weeks. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sMOFNZKXbOU&feature=youtu.be You can listen to the full... Continue Reading →
Barstool Sports made a splash announcement by adding former NFL star and NFL Network on-air talent Deion Sanders to their roster. But really everyone is a winner here.
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The founder of The Data Jocks, Jon Ashbrock, joined Pod is Life this week to tell us about his new site and break down some thoughts on the restarted basketball season and the shortened baseball season.
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Four decades later does the original Star Wars series still hold up given the modern advancements in movie making? Let's find out.
Contrary to popular belief podcasts can be exciting. Especially when an eccentric cast of characters and millions of dollars are at stake.
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Pod is Life's ReWATCH series is taking a look back at movie trilogies that have stood the test of time starting with the zero to hero story of a rag tag group of skaters who became The Mighty Ducks.
After two weeks of watching politicians preach behind their podiums who knew the most refreshing site in the world would be a PowerPoint presentation.
Shortly before the Utah Jazz and Oklahoma City Thunder game, a team doctor for the Jazz rushed onto the court to inform officials that center Rudy Gobert had tested positive for the coronavirus.