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The Kyle Koster Show is a look at the biggest stories in sports and media featuring interviews with newsmakers and those who cover them. Come along for an unpredictable ride with The Big Lead's managing editor, who interviews people way more successful and creative than himself and tries to understand what makes them tick.
 
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The Big Lead's Ryan Phillips joins the show to talk about Indiana's long-awaited win over the Purdue Boilermakers and the state of the program under first-year coach Mike Woodson. Then, there's a non-zero chance Tom Brady will be playing his last game this weekend but no one is talking about it. Plus, reacting to the insane ratings the Dallas Cowbo…
 
John Gonzalez, who recently joined Sports Illustrated, debuted the outlet's newest podcast today. He stopped by to talk about the pilot episode of Sports Illustrated Weekly, what to expect in the future, and what the opportunity means to him as someone who grew up reading SI. He also is forced to answer a few Ben Simmons questions in his capacity a…
 
FanSided's lead NFL writer Matt Lombardo joins the show for a recap of Super Wild Card weekend. Are the 49ers or Bengals a team of destiny? What's next for the Cowboys after a particularly gruesome defeat? Was there actually too much football on television? Plus, why the winner of Chiefs-Bills could be the eventual Super Bowl champion. See omnystud…
 
The Bowl Game makes a Friday appearance with half-baked thoughts on Big Ten basketball, Tecmo Super Bowl, NFL coaches we'd live to see slimed, Home Improvement plot points, the Wordle phenomenon, Jeopardy box scores, How To With John Wilson, and just how hard Good Charlotte continues to go. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Nabil Karim is joining Turner Sports on a multi-year deal. There he'll serve as a host and reporter across basketball and hockey programming. The native Canadian, who has previous stops at TSN and ESPN, stopped by to talk about why this is the right fit and who is most excited to work alongside. Plus, a look back at his career to this point and a f…
 
Sports media news has been flying in at an alarming rate over the past few days, dictating a Friday podcast. Why ESPN got it right in retooling the Sunday Night Baseball booth and spinning off an alternate broadcast with Alex Rodriguez and Michael Kay. Plus, after much speculation, The New York Times will pay $550 for The Athletic. What does this m…
 
Adam Chernoff, senior strategist for Covers.com and host of the Simple Handicap, joins the show to talk about the state of the NFL and how this unprecedented year has manifested for oddsmakers and the public alike. How big of a hit will losing Antonio Brown be for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers? Is there any reason to think Aaron Rodgers won't win the MV…
 
What would it have sound like if Larry King had turned his dot-and-dash column into a podcast? A bit like the Bowl Game. Better, obviously. But similar. Today's episode includes thoughts on Ben Roethlisberger, Uncrustables, the ManningCast and much, much more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Alabama and Georgia each rolled in their respective College Football Playoff semifinal games, creating another sleepy New Year's Eve experience. What can college football do about the lack of buzz and excitement come playoff time? The 12-team tournament will help but getting the timing right will be both challenging and important. The Big Lead's Ky…
 
The Big Lead's Ryan Phillips joins the show to talk about five NFL coaches who are sitting on hot seats right now and may not survive Black Monday. What went wrong in each of these situations, is there anything that could be done to salvage the relationships, and if not, where do these organizations turn? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy inf…
 
With just two days until Christmas, The Big Lead's Stephen Douglas joins the show to discuss 2005's The Family Stone with your fearless host, who has suffered through an annual showing for over a decade. They try to answer some unanswerable questions like: what the hell is going on with the plot? Who would like this? Why are the characters acting s…
 
The Chicago Bears are coming to the end of the Matt Nagy era and sent America off with an absolute stinker against the Minnesota Vikings on Monday Night Football. Why it was the furthest thing from a bad beat and why change is needed. Plus, there are more standalone games than ever in the NFL. Which means more terrible television product. Is this u…
 
Kevin James is playing Sean Payton in a new movie and we are absolutely here for it. Then, Big Ten research manager and MSU alum Harold Shelton joins the show to talk about a surprisingly successful non-conference campaign and what the ceiling could be for this team. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
The Big Lead presents its annual Sports Media Awards, a project to identify and honor those in the industry who stood out through the year. Episode includes a full rundown of the winners and the thought process behind selecting them. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Kyle Koster
 
The Big Lead's Kyle Koster pays homage to Larry King and laziness by offering a brain dump of thoughts from the sports and pop culture world. Sit back and let the vibes engulf you. Plus, college football figures itself out again. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Kyle Koster
 
The Detroit Tigers went for Coke with Carlos Correa but ended up with Javy Báez, who is a particularly tasty brand of Pepsi. Rogelio Castillo of Fansided's Tigers Radio Pod joins the show to talk about the mood of the fanbase and why there's reason for optimism. Then, Beth Mowins on her play-by-play duties for the Sixers-Hawks game on ESPN and maki…
 
After arguably the wildest and most shocking week of college football coaching news, The Big Lead's Ryan Phillips joins the show to discuss the current state of play. He talks about how the Lincoln Riley-USC deal came together, and what that means for the Trojans program long term. The two also react to Brian Kelly's surprising new gig with LSU and…
 
Gear Patrol editor and former TBLer Tyler Duffy joins the show for a victory lap following Michigan's decisive and long-awaited victory over Ohio State. The Michigan alum re-examines the Jim Harbaugh era through the years and tries to make sense of the prevailing narratives. The two also talk about what the future holds for the Wolverines and the B…
 
The College Football Playoff selection committee is out with new rankings and reasons for people to get all worked up. On why none of this matters yet, but is excellent television. Comedian Mike Camerlengo, known for his unique takes on sports and pop culture, joins the show to talk about his creative process and finding humor in highlights. See om…
 
In a special Press Pass crossover episode of the show, Kyle peels back the curtain to talk about how he ended up at The Big Lead while providing some background on the site's past, present, and future. Liam McKeone joins for an introspective conversation on approach and the challenges an opportunities that come with operating one of the world's lon…
 
Big Ten Network anchor Mike Hall joins the show to react to the College Football Playoff selection committee's first rankings and what they mean, if anything. We talk about his experience winning ESPN's Dream Job and the opportunities and challenges that went with it. He shares how he approaches studio work, sideline reporting, play-by-play calls, …
 
Joe Buck is often unfairly maligned but has been at the top of his field for decades. Why he's best in a his jam-packed Octobers. Then, Eduardo Perez, in Atlanta for the call on ESPN Radio, joins the show to talk about the World Series and share what he loves about broadcasting this time of year. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
With the ManningCast proving to be an enormous success, it's time to eat some crow and self-report some old bad takes. The Big Lead's Kyle Koster goes full Fire Joe Morgan on himself, explaining how he ultimately got the Petyon Manning sweepstakes wrong. Then Chris Vannini from The Athletic comes on to preview the only game that matters this weeken…
 
The MLB postseason is one of the best things in all of sports and also an incredible canvas for television. What to notice the next time you're on the edge of your seat. Then Bryan Curtis, editor-at-large at The Ringer and cohost of The Press Box podcast, stops by for a dive deep inside the world of sports media. See omnystudio.com/listener for pri…
 
David Covucci, senior politics and technology editor for The Daily Dot, joins The Kyle Koster Show to talk about his outlet's coverage of the two areas, which have converged together with the highest of stakes. They discuss the mystery behind Q, how the internet has flattened society, and where all of this is going. See omnystudio.com/listener for …
 
Don't look now but the Big Ten has five of the top 11 teams in the latest AP college football poll. That seems like as good a reason as any to muster some Midwest pride and look ahead to a wide-open stretch run. Then Fox Sports' Charlotte Wilder joins the show to talk about her ultimate college football road trip and the privileges and pressures th…
 
ESPN is celebrating the 20th anniversary of Pardon The Interruption with a television special and a four-part podcast series hosting by Pablo Torre. The ESPN Daily host checked in to talk about those projects and to play a little bit of This and That. Topics include: the magnificent octopus, the Law & Order reboot, Erik Rydholm's genius and whether…
 
It's your classic "one for us" situation on the Kyle Koster Show as grizzled sports blog veteran Stephen Douglas stops by to explain what each NFL team would be like if it were a completely different thing. Going to be totally honest with you, the listener, and admit this one got away from us at times. Three or four big laughs, though. So that's so…
 
Todd Fuhrman, host of the Bet The Board podcast, joins The Big Lead to discuss his journey to become of the foremost voices in sports betting. He takes us behind the scenes of his process, what makes him unique, and what lies ahead for an increasingly crowded and lucrative space. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Three-time All-Star first baseman and career .302 hitter Sean Casey joins the podcast to talk about his show, The Mayor's Office. The MLB Network personality discussed a wide range of topics including the genius of Pedro Martinez, all those on-field conversations, the funniest players he ever encountered and the proper way to consume Skyline Chili.…
 
With the NFL season kicking off tonight, Liam McKeone swings by the show to preview what to expect from both the RedZone and Monday Night Football in the coming year. Plus, are people expecting too much from the ManningCast and the mental state of New England Patriots fans. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
With the NFL season fast approaching, The Big Lead's Kyle Koster and Stephen Douglas perform the heavy lift of devoting 60 seconds on each team, identifying the one thing they'll be interested to see throughout the year. Plus, a new idea for a podcast is brought to the table for inspection. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
College football will feel a lot more like the college football we all know and love this year with fans in attendance and energy levels back to normal. Fox Sports' Rob Stone, host of Big Noon Kickoff, joined the show to talk about the exciting year ahead and the approach going into a pivotal year for the franchise. See omnystudio.com/listener for …
 
Fresh off a 1,200-mile bike ride that took him from New York City to Chicago, Fox Sports MLB writer Jake Mintz hopped on the podcast to talk about the sights, sounds, and feelings the two-week journey brought. Following that there is some discussion about he and Jordan Shusterman's rise as the Cespedes BBQ crew, plus some honest-to-goodness old-fas…
 
Former MLB utility man Kevin Frandsen joins the show to talk about his upcoming trip to the Field of Game next week, which will carry significant meaning. Frandsen is covering the event as part of SiriusXM's MLB Network Radio channel and will co-host a special pregame show with Steve Phillips in the hours leading up to the game. He spoke about the …
 
A deep dive into what makes Adam Schein such a joyful listen and what inspired the feature, which you can hear in full. Plus, ESPN's Marty Smith swings by to talk about getting back on the road for college football season and his work with the Academy Sports + Outdoors Back to Sport campaign. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Sausage King of Detroit Andy Isaac joins the show to bask in some rare good times for Detroit's sports teams and talk about Isaac Eats, his new series for Woodward Sports. Plus, Giannis cements his legacy and caps the exact arc we all hope to see. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Kyle Koster
 
With Major League Baseball's All-Star Game offering an exciting look at the sport's bright future, Daniel Kim joins the show to discuss all things Shohei Ohtani, the joy and challenges of growing the game, and forging his own path covering the game he loves. Plus, a surprise edition of Rey Ordonez Corner. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy inf…
 
The Big Lead's Liam McKeone hops on to look into a cloudy crystal ball and predict who will be considered among the NFL's best coaches headed into the 2022 season. Can anyone catch Bill Belichick? Can you handle a world in which Kevin Stefanski is on this list? Also, an earnest appreciation for Stephen A. Smith's unique skillset, which manifests in…
 
Khris Middleton singlehandedly saved the Milwaukee Bucks' season and rendered huge narratives obsolete. But just how fickle and tenuous is both the actual sport and the way it's covered? Is it possible that everything will shift after Game 4? That answer, plus an explanation of why Middleton's explosion may signal the end of the NBA dynasty. Also, …
 
Last night's Phoenix Suns-Los Angeles Clippers game was an instant classic, capped by DeAndre Ayton's last-second dunk. It also took 32 minutes to play the final 90 seconds thanks to several unsatisfying instant replay reviews. If only someone had warned us that this is what would happen — that replay would ruin all sports. On that and why it's pro…
 
The Big Lead's Stephen Douglas joins Kyle Koster to react to the Brooklyn Nets' total domination against the Milwaukee Bucks, even without James Harden. Could this team be on a collision course with an all-time great postseason? Plus, Kevin Durant and Kawhi Leonard are as good as ever but perhaps under-appreciated. How the heck did that happen? Fin…
 
Brian Giuffra, editor-in-chief of The Big Lead, joins the podcast to discuss a completely bonkers morning of basketball news as Duke and the Boston Celtics embark on dramatic new eras. Will everyone miss Coach K will he's gone? Is this the beginning of the end for the superstar college basketball coach? Plus, does Brad Stevens have it all figured o…
 
Fox News' Johnny Joey Jones joins The Kyle Koster Show to talk about his new Fox Nation series, USA Ink. The five-episode series, debuting May 28, examines the history of tattooing and its pervasive spread throughout American culture. Jones goes behind the scenes of the modern tattoo industry and even gets a piece on-air. See omnystudio.com/listene…
 
John Walters, whose long Sports Illustrated tenure included working the media beat, reflects on the news that Kenny Mayne is leaving ESPN and discusses his observations monitoring SportsCenter through the years. Is what was once the network's most valuable program still secretly its best? And what made Mayne resonate so much with the audience? See …
 
Recapping an extremely outrageous sports weekend that saw Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit disqualified for failing a drug test, Elon Musk try to pump up Dogecoin on Saturday Night Live only to have it backfire, and some unexpected, totally unscripted drama between Floyd Mayweather and the brothers Paul. The Big Lead's Stephen Douglas joins to t…
 
Baltimore Oriole pitcher John Means threw a no-hitter against the Seattle Mariners. It was not a perfect game. There are people upset that it wasn't a perfect game. So they're proposing a drastic rule change for to fix a problem that's arisen once in over 150 years. This feels like rock bottom. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
The Big Lead's Liam McKeone comes prepared to share an NFL Draft research assignment meant to illuminate which Power 5 college football conferences are winning in the long run. Is it truly SEC domination or is the real answer more complicated? Plus, everyone is hating the NBA playoff idea except the NBA ... for now. See omnystudio.com/listener for …
 
The Big Lead's Ryan Phillips drops into the podcast to discuss the reeling Los Angeles Lakers, a team in serious trouble and in jeopardy of playing in the NBA's new play-in tournament. Is it too early to write off LeBron James and Anthony Davis or have the wheels truly come off? Also, the curious case of Justin Fields and pre-NFL Draft narratives. …
 
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