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The Show with Austin Huff is a late night talk show for your ears. Each episode brings a fun, easy-to-listen conversation with a guest who's much more interesting than Austin, with a mix of sports, pop culture, movies and music.

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The Show with Austin Huff is a late night talk show for your ears. Each episode brings a fun, easy-to-listen conversation with a guest who's much more interesting than Austin, with a mix of sports, pop culture, movies and music.

    Ryan Hurd (country music artist), The Eliminator: Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, and Papa John's

    Ryan Hurd (country music artist), The Eliminator: Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, and Papa John's

    Ryan Hurd (country music singer, RCA Nashville recording artist) joins Austin to talk about "To A T" going gold, him becoming a new dad, potential names for his future son, Maren winning Album of the Year at the CMA Awards, Michigan-Ohio State and if this is the year the Wolverines take down the Buckeyes, what he'll be doing for Thanksgiving, and how he feels about Disney+ rebooting Mighty Ducks as a TV show (interview starts at 4:25).

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    Plus, Austin is joined by Josh Holleman (middays on 92.3 New Country in St. Louis) to launch a new segment called The Eliminator. It's basically a reverse draft where you eliminate things until there's one left. This week, they eliminate things from the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade between performers, floats, and balloons (20:47).

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    And of course, can't end the show without some SHOUT-OUTS, with some this week going to Papa John's, Sam Darnold, pants, Chris Rongey, the NCAA, Thanksgiving, and much more (54:36).

    • 1 hr 19 min
    John Buccigross (ESPN SportsCenter), An 8-Team Playoff Would Be Facebook, and Is The SEC Still The SEC?

    John Buccigross (ESPN SportsCenter), An 8-Team Playoff Would Be Facebook, and Is The SEC Still The SEC?

    John Buccigross (ESPN SportsCenter anchor) joins Austin to talk about his first ever SportsCenter shift, the rise of SportsCenter anchors, the 1997 Grammy's, Ben Folds, his "Rocking The Suburbs" catchphrase, 'This Is SportsCenter' commercials, his favorite commercial, what it was like behind the scenes of those commercials, what he predicts from this year's St. Louis Blues, how he felt when ESPN lost NHL rights, and his old Scion commercials (interview begins at 4:22).

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    Plus, Austin has a take on why an 8-team College Football Playoff would be exactly like Facebook (33:51).

    And Austin dares you to explore the question "Is the SEC *STILL* the SEC?" Something he digs deeper into and asks you to ponder (44:21).

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    And of course, can't end the show without some SHOUT-OUTS, with some going to Myles Garrett, the Houston Astros, Kirk Cousins, Jameis Winston, the Texas Longhorns, rentals, meth, and more (52:30).

    Oh, and friend of the podcast Benjamin Hochman stops by to celebrate Episode 69 and its importance (3:30).

    • 1 hr 15 min
    Benjamin Hochman (St. Louis Post-Dispatch), NOW CD's Are Somehow Still Around, and Sonic The Hedgehog Talk

    Benjamin Hochman (St. Louis Post-Dispatch), NOW CD's Are Somehow Still Around, and Sonic The Hedgehog Talk

    Benjamin Hochman (St. Louis Post-Dispatch sports columnist) joins Austin to talk about his frustration of being on episode 68 rather than next week, meeting Andy Cohen and Anderson Cooper, meeting Eddie Vedder, the Sylvester Stallone movie 'Over The Top,' throwing 'Over The Top' parties, the Chess Hall of Fame, the most ridiculous sport he's ever covered, what one word he has to describe the 2019 St. Louis Cardinals season, if the Cardinals will sign or trade for anyone in the offseason, what he thinks about the Mozeliak extension, if he thinks the Cardinals should spend more money, whether or not we've seen Barry Odom's ceiling at Mizzou, and the new Sonic The Hedgehog trailer (interview starts at 3:27).

    Check out The Show on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theshowaustinhuff/

    Plus, Austin has a take about the 'NOW: That's What I Call Music' CD series and the fact that it's somehow STILL going strong. How? Why? WHAT?!?! (1:17:49)

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    And of course, can't end The Show without some SHOUT-OUTS, with some this week going to reboots, Sonic The Hedgehog, Texas Longhorns, Miami Dolphins, Alex Trebek, and much more (1:26:33).

    • 1 hr 42 min
    Michael Chandler (MMA Fighter), The Chicago Bears Are Really Bad, & Power Rankings of Sports Twitters

    Michael Chandler (MMA Fighter), The Chicago Bears Are Really Bad, & Power Rankings of Sports Twitters

    Michael Chandler (3x Bellator Lightweight World Champion) joins Austin to talk about his up coming fight in Tokyo, Japan on December 28th against Benson Henderson, his diet, his current training regimen, what it feels like the morning AFTER a fight, what the anticipation is like leading up to a fight, how Mizzou has produced multiple successful MMA fighters, if he trash talks, going up against trash talkers, if he watches other MMA fights or tries to avoid it before his own fight, if there's an employee discount for pay-per-view matches, if he ever got into a fight outside of the octagon, what movie character he would most like to fight, and much more (interview starts at 5:39).

    Check out The Show on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theshowaustinhuff/

    Plus, Austin welcomes on his hilarious high school best friend and die-hard Bears fan Garrett Walker on to talk about just how bad the Chicago Bears have been. Garrett isn't sarcastic at all. Also, that last sentence is oozing sarcasm (35:26).

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    And of course, can't end the show without some SHOUT-OUTS, with some this week going to Kevin Harlan, eye tests, Chargers haters, Baker Mayfield, Taco Bell and much more (58:40).

    • 1 hr 22 min
    Joey Vitale (St. Louis Blues Radio Analyst), Halloween Costumes At Work Are The Worst, & Shout-Outs

    Joey Vitale (St. Louis Blues Radio Analyst), Halloween Costumes At Work Are The Worst, & Shout-Outs

    Joey Vitale (St. Louis Blues Radio Analyst, former NHLer) joins Austin to talk about Talk-Boys, downtown Glendale, the best cereals, Quisp cereal, his brilliant Mario Kart strategy, Goldeneye for N64, if the Blues would take an 8-seed in the playoffs right now or chance missing the playoffs altogether for a higher seed now that they don't have Vladimir Tarasenko, the best way to shine your shoes with fruit, the history of Fig Newtons, what sport other than hockey he'd like to play professionally, why he's not on Twitter, and more (interview begins at the 4:12 mark).

    Plus, Austin shares a take about why grown adults who wear Halloween costumes to work are the absolute worst. And a take on a haunted house that makes you fill out a 40-page waiver and do many other things before you can even enter (39:12).

    And, of course, can't end the show without some SHOUT-OUTS, with some this week going to the World Series, Bregman & Soto, LeBron James' video game playing style, really good click bait, TCU head coach Gary Patterson, Jayce Tingler, and much more (52:08).

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Barry Zito (15-year MLB veteran), Predicting NBA Storylines, and TEXAS IS BACK!

    Barry Zito (15-year MLB veteran), Predicting NBA Storylines, and TEXAS IS BACK!

    Barry Zito (15-year MLB vet, Cy Young Winner, 3-time All-Star) joins Austin to talk about hot chicken joints in Nashville, playing for the Nashville Sounds, where his Cy Young is right now, if the movie Moneyball was factual, how much different it was playing on one side of the bay as opposed to the other, dating Alyssa Milano (a noted Dodgers fan), changing from his past and doing a complete 180, his faith and Austin ends the interview with some rapid fire questions including, what's your favorite pitch, favorite chord, favorite and least favorite batter to face, most memorable game, and what he remembers about his first start (interview starts at 5:39).

    Plus Austin debuts a new segment called NB-AYYYY. In this edition, Austin predicts the storylines of the upcoming season by having people fill out certain Mad Libs to predict future NBA headlines. It's as ridiculous (and probably accurate) as it sounds (35:17).

    Also, Austin shares his take on why TEXAS IS BACK... spoiler: they're not and he's being incredibly sarcastic (46:57).

    And of course, can't end the show without some SHOUT-OUTS, with some this week going to Jalen Ramsey, tarantula's named Michael, Justin Bieber, win probabilities, Kawhi Leonard and the new movie Terminator, and much more (55:17).

    • 1 hr 12 min

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