Hosted by Michelle Thompson and Wally K9 Kassler, Baggin’ and Braggin’ brings together everyone’s favorite parts about cornhole: throwing bags and talking smack. The BnB show will highlight ACL Pro players through interviews, dial-in on the best bets of the sport, and include plenty of banter between Meesh and K9.
Baggin’ & Braggin’ E7
In this week's episode of BnB, Wally & Meesh introduce betting and go over the lines to help you place your bets. Meesh talks about how to be more consistent in cornhole. Then they view highlights from Open #5 (Plus an athletic endeavor from Jacob Trzcienski).
Baggin’ & Braggin’ E6
Wally & Meesh sit down to brag before spending time with impressive amateur player Caden Allen to learn about his feelings about the game and why he turned down his PDC offer. Later they meet up with Josh Keck to discuss his role with the ACL and the rules including a pending addition of a shot clock??? Tune in to find out!
Baggin’ & Braggin’ E5
In this week's episode of BnB, Wally & Meesh talk about some changes in their cornhole game and how Anthony Ayon may play a role. They sat down with ACL director Athena Delgado to discuss the Arizona Burn and then Daymon Dennis with the Kentucky Kernels. Finally they take a look at the top 5 clips from Open #4 in Upland, CA.
Baggin’ and Braggin’ E4
This week on BnB, Wally and Meesh find a few things to brag on in spite of their less than ideal cornhole playing. They are joined by Jamie Graham and Trevor Brooks from the Carolina Coasters to discuss the trade and other draft details and wrap up by looking at some highlights from Open #3, including Tony Smith’s “coin slot”.
Baggin’ & Braggin’ E1
Meesh and K9 interview Devon Harbaugh about the upcoming draft. We review the highlights from ACL Open #1 in Rock Hill.
Baggin’ & Braggin’ E3
Braggin Wally & Meesh give a behind the scenes look into the ACL draft that occurred over the weekend. They are joined by the captain of the New England Woodchucks Jimmy Youmans to talk about his draft and give his insights into his competition. They wrap up with a look into all 16 teams and some players to look out for.