24 episodes

After months of negotiation, profound laziness and slovenly entitlement, Stugotz has finally aGREED to join the LeBatard and Friends Podcast Network. Join Stugotz and his guests for a hastily-assembled weekly podcast of unknown quality about his quest for worldwide domination eventually ending with the S in ESPN standing for Stugotz.

Le Batard & Friends - STUpodity ESPN

    • 4.9, 9.5K Ratings

After months of negotiation, profound laziness and slovenly entitlement, Stugotz has finally aGREED to join the LeBatard and Friends Podcast Network. Join Stugotz and his guests for a hastily-assembled weekly podcast of unknown quality about his quest for worldwide domination eventually ending with the S in ESPN standing for Stugotz.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
9.5K Ratings

9.5K Ratings

Hlwillco ,

I’m angry

I resent the fact that I feel obligated to write a review, and even more upset that I love this show as much as I do. I have a question and a request: first - in the interview with Dianna Russini (?sp), what is the word that gets bleeped when naming the listener that likes her so much? Bleepmaster47? I have a variety of ideas but I am dying to know what the actual word is. Could you spell it, or at least give the first letter, or what it rhymes with? Second - please get Mikee C to do a smoking behind the dumpster interview with Keith Olbermann. Or, if he already has, please replay it. I can think of no better ESPN celebrity with the such a superb mix of humor and arrogance that would shine as brightly as Mr. Olbermann.

@stuman22 ,

Best Podcast Ever

Fantastic! Hilarious, candid, unexpected, and highly entertaining every episode.

Stugotz, I have some Dead nuggets for you—I worked Frost 85 as the band’s courier, and I have tales. Also, let’s explore the intersection of the Dead, sports, and the show.
Cheers!

Gibsterst ,

Love it

Hey stogotz which 10 basketball players Would you bring back to play in the nba. All players age back to 23. And they will stay like that for 4yrs.

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