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The Sports Honchos. Hosted by Paul C. Cuthbert and Robert Kuney. Powered by the Go Sports Media Company.

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The Sports Honchos. Hosted by Paul C. Cuthbert and Robert Kuney. Powered by the Go Sports Media Company.

    Episode 45 - Popeye’s, Horned Frogs, Blackhawks, Braves, Bad Football and the DOTW!

    Episode 45 - Popeye’s, Horned Frogs, Blackhawks, Braves, Bad Football and the DOTW!

    Hosted by Paul C. Cuthbert and Robert Kuney.

    The Honchos welcomed November with a Fall Classic of their own. Episode 45, in which the Honchos paid tribute to another 45, Bob Gibson, began with some Halloween talk and then gave way to some headlines. Tonight's top stories dealt with a high school blowout, strange times at the local Popeye's, and some terrible social justice from our pals at PETA.

    The Honchos popped the cork on the sports with some college football talk. The first CFP rankings are out so that took top billing in this segment. That was followed by Jim Harbaugh talk, interesting nuggets from the week that was in college football, the candy choices of the ACC coaches, the firing of Gary Patterson at TCU, and the weekly Blue Hose update.

    Things got heated between the Honchos during the NHL/NBA/MLB segment when the conversation turned to the NHL's handling of the Blackhawks-Brad Aldrich scandal, especially the Hall of Fame's decision to remove Aldrich's name from the Cup. When the dust settled the Honchos talked Sidney Crosby and Covid, the continuing drama around Ben Simmons, the Ingleside Lakers, the World Series, Bob Melvin taking the Padres job, and the retirement of Buster Posey.

    The NFL recap featured the usual whiparound the league, moves that were made (and not made) at the trade deadline, Aaron Rodgers getting Covid, and more bad news for the Vegas Raiders in the form of Henry Ruggs.

    The Fall Classic got to a Game 7 with the Dope of the Week. This week's winner was Mike Tomlin, head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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    • 1 hr 57 min
    Episode 44 - Sports Spooktacular!

    Episode 44 - Sports Spooktacular!

    Sports of course with your hosts Paul C. Cuthbert and Robert Kuney.

    Tonight was a very special episode of the Sports Honchos - the Honchos Halloween Spooktacular! We also marked the 44th episode of the Honchos with a tribute to another 44, Washington Redskins great John Riggins. After a discussion of their favorite horror/slasher films from the late 70s and early 80s, it was time for the Headlines: a Pop Tarts lawsuit, drunk Amish buggy drivers, and a list of favorite Halloween candy in each state.

    The sports portion of the Honchos started with a recap of the college football from last weekend, the stupidity of a 9 OT game and the worst taunting call of all time, the best games of the upcoming weekend, and the always fabulous Blue Hose update.

    In the NHL/NBA/MLB segment the Honchos examined the NBA's 75th anniversary team, the continuing saga of Ben Simmons, and the Braves-Astros World Series match-up. The segment ended with a look around the NHL and the sad tale of the Chicago Blackhawks scandal.

    The showgram ended with a brief look at the MLS and then it was time for another high-spirited NFL whiparound review of the games from week 7 and the games of note upcoming in week 8. The showgram hit the witching hour as it always does with a special Halloween-themed Dope of the Week. This week's winner was Mike Leach, head coach of the Mississippi State football team.

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    • 1 hr 56 min
    Episode 43 - Richard Petty Was Petty Good, Evander Kane, NBA Tip Off, MLB Playoffs and a Bunch of Football!

    Episode 43 - Richard Petty Was Petty Good, Evander Kane, NBA Tip Off, MLB Playoffs and a Bunch of Football!

    Hosted by Robert Kuney and Paul C. Cuthbert.

    Tonight was the 43rd episode of the Honchos, and in honor of the new episode and Richard Petty (who drove the 43 car), the Honchos made more left turns than usual. After a spirited tribute to King Richard and racing and racing movies, the Honchos tackled two of the biggest non-sports issues out there: #DeviousLicks on Tik Tok and the coregasm sweeping (literally) the nation.

    The sports portion of the Honchos started with a recap of college football from last weekend, which included the new look Top 25 after Iowa's loss to unranked Purdue, Ohio State lurking just outside the College Football Playoff as we await the first ESPN CFP poll, Nick Rolovich out at Washington State and Ed Orgeron out at LSU, the best games of the upcoming weekend, and the always fabulous Blue Hose update.

    In the NHL/NBA/MLB segment the Honchos wished former Islander great Mike Bossy well as he battles cancer, discussed the latest self-destruction from Evander Kane, welcomed the 2021-2022 NBA season and the Ingleside Lakers, reviewed the MLB playoffs, and tossed around the extension for Tony LaRussa and the firing of Mike Shildt.

    The showgram ended with the breathless NFL whiparound review of the games from week 6 and the games of note upcoming in week 7. Then the show ended as it always does with the Dope of the Week. This week's winner was Kyle Kuzma of the Washington Wizards.

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    • 1 hr 58 min
    Episode 42 - Gruden, Pucks, Bama Loses and MLB Playoffs!

    Episode 42 - Gruden, Pucks, Bama Loses and MLB Playoffs!

    Hosted by Paul C. Cuthbert and Robert Kuney.

    It was the Forty-Deuce show for the Honchos tonight. The magic number is 42, for Jackie Robinson and for 42 shows, and just like the previous 41 the Honchos brought the noise and brought the funk tonight. After Rob proudly announced that he is the newest member of the Nielsen ratings family, the Honchos got right to the news of the day - strange ways to die and the worst wedgie of all time.

    The sportstalk portion of the showgram started with a review of the epic week that was in college football. The Honchos had a lot to say about Alabama's loss to Texas A&M, the continuing chaos in the Top 25, the reality of who gets into the College Football Playoff, and the weekly Presbyterian Blue Hose update.

    In the NHL/NBA/MLB segment the Honchos waxed philosophically about the start of the 2021-22 NHL season, their favorite goalies of the past, salaries in the NHL, the Ben Simmons dance with the Sixers, Kyrie Irving's selfish stance on vaccines, and the MLB playoffs. Are the Astros cheating again?

    The NFL recap had the usual whiparound look at the games from Week 5 and the upcoming games in Week 6, but the segment was dominated by the Jon Gruden resignation (firing) in the wake of his inflammatory and offensive emails.

    The marathon showgram ended as it always does, with the Dope of the Week. This week's winner was Danny White, Athletic Director at the University of Tennessee.

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    • 1 hr 58 min
    Episode 41 - Elephant Tranquilizers, Wild Card Hardball and Week 3 Gridiron Stuff!

    Episode 41 - Elephant Tranquilizers, Wild Card Hardball and Week 3 Gridiron Stuff!

    Hosted by Paul C. Cuthbert and Robert Kuney.

    September may be coming to an end, but the Honchos roll on with another elephantitis-sized showgram for y'all. After an uplifting talk about their mortality and Paul's ear woes, the Honchos led off the show with some headlines about elephant tranquilizers, Michael Jordan's underwear, and the worst condom substitute ever.

    The bucket of sports began with some college talk. After commenting on the NCAA finally calling the women's basketball tourney "March Madness," the Honchos did a recap of Week 4 around the NCAA. The college segment ended with another Presbyterian Blue Hose update, the official college team of the Sports Honchos.

    In the NHL/NBA/MLB segment the Honchos paid a proper tribute to Henrik Lundquist before turning their attention to the Caps jersey ads, the changing sponsors for the Winter Classic, the vaccine war in the NBA and the continuing saga of Ben Simmons and the Sixers.

    The NFL recap contained the usual hi-jinks and hilarity as the Honchos whipped around the league to review Week 3 and looked ahead to some important games upcoming. And yes, the Jags-Bengals game made that list!

    The show reached the finish line the way it always does, with the Dope of the Week. This week's winner was Tyler Boyd, Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver.

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    • 1 hr 42 min
    Episode 40 - We Did 40 Shows?

    Episode 40 - We Did 40 Shows?

    Hosted by Paul C. Cuthbert and Robert Kuney.

    The Honchos unloaded their 40th episode tonight with another epic performance. After the usual small talk and banter, like their Matrix and John Wick mashup idea, the show started for real with the worst idea ever for a Halloween costume and some unwanted ingredients in a Bolivian fast food hamburger.

    The sack of sports opened with some NCAA football talk. There was a recap of the week 3 action, a look at the lack of any truly dominant team this season, and the Honchos developed a man crush on the Presbyterian Blue Hose and the mighty Pioneer League.

    The NBA/NHL/MLB segment included the John Wall trade, Ben Simmons wanting out of Philly, the out of control player movement killing the NBA, Covid vaccine requirements for the MLB postseason, and a deep dive on the issue of whether or not it is unfair for a 100 win team to have to play in the one-game NL wild card game.

    The Honchos took a look at the action from last week's NFL games in the NFL Recap segment, and went in depth on the Ravens thrilling win over the Chiefs as well as Rob's worrisome affection for one Kirk Cousins. There was also a look ahead at the upcoming schedule of games.

    The 40th episode ended the way the previous 39 ended - with the Dope of the Week. This week's winner was Aaron Jones of the Green Bay Packers.

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    • 1 hr 39 min

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