Join James and Mark Schoenster on their journey to appreciate the craziest and weirdest moments in sport history. Season 1 is finished, Season 2 pending.
This podcast is a U92 the Moose podcast, College Radio at West Virginia University.
Episode 19 | Series not completed
This is the season finale of Double Take. Mark and James discuss a special story about the Seattle Metropolitans, a hockey team that existed over 100 years ago. They did well for themselves but one of the most important games in their franchise history takes a turn for the absolute worse in 1919.
Episode 18 | The South Coast Derby
On the Penultimate episode of season 1, James and Mark finally do a 3rd rivalry review. This dives into a rivalry in English Football unlike most; Portsmouth and Southampton hate each other to the core, but the teams seldom play each other?
Episode 17 | The Iron Man, Bill Hewitt
Bill Hewitt was the last man to play in the NFL without a helmet on, and it didn't stop there. Mark and James discuss the man, the myth, the legend on this week's episode.
Episode 16 | Sports for the People
On this week's episode, Mark and James have a good laugh over five ridiculous sports invented by the British that will leave you scratching your head. From chasing wheels of cheese to Toe Wrestling, this episode gets a little goofy.
Episode 15 | The Pennsylvania Frankenstein
Mark and James discuss one of Mark's favorite teams in NFL history. The fateful year in 1943 when the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Philadelphia Eagles morphed into one to become the Steagles...Yes, the Steagles...
Episode 14 | Why You Should Root for Parma
Italian Soccer is a little under-appreciated in the grand scheme of European Soccer, so Mark tells the history of the club Parma in order to give you a team to root for. Relegations, bankruptcy and a golden age of success are the story Parma can tell, and it is one worth listening to.