The Dan Lebatard Show

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About the show

Monday - Friday 4:00PM - 7:00PM ET
 
The three-hour weekday program will be broadcast from Miami and will explore major sports issues of the day. 
 
LeBatard and his co-host, “Stugotz” (Jon Weiner), will bring their unique blend of self-deprecating humor, insightful guests, thoughtful, and at times, provocative conversation to ESPN Radio’s national audience. Rotating guest co-hosts, including Bomani Jones and Greg Cote, will often join LeBatard and Stugotz to provide listeners with a slightly different experience every day.

Recent Episodes

Dan Le Batard, Papi and Bomani Jones talk about Tom Brady's court hearing, if the NFL should look into the preseason fights at training camps, the Red Sox' hiring of Dave Dombrowski and much more.
Dan Le Batard, Papi and Bomani Jones discuss Eli Manning's contract status, if the NFL should scrap preseason, Robert Griffin III's comments on his confidence and more.
Dan Le Batard, Papi and Bomani Jones cover Tim Tebow's Eagles debut, does the media owe Geno Smith an apology and James Harrison taking away sons' trophies for participation.
Dan Le Batard, his father and Bomani Jones weigh in on the performances of Tom Brady, Johnny Manziel and Robert Griffin III during their first preseason games and more. Plus, Ice Cube joins the show.
Dan Le Batard, his father and Bomani Jones cover whether Geno Smith deserved to get punched, Rex Ryan's decision to sign I.K. Enemkpali, Nick Kyrgios fined by the ATP and more.
Dan Le Batard, Papi and Bomani Jones debate whether or not Geno Smith deserved to be punched, if Smith should press charges, if Jets fans are happy that Smith will not start, discuss John Calipari's persistence towards a recruit and more.
Dan Le Batard, Papi and Bomani Jones talk about the Jets' locker room incident, Urban Meyer not selecting a starting QB, Kevin Durant at Team USA mini-camp and more.
Dan Le Batard, Papi and Bomani Jones discuss if there is a cover up in the rape allegations of Blackhawks' Patrick Kane, Richie Incognito's remarks on Roger Goodell, Michael Jordan stating he could beat LeBron James in his prime and more.

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