Host of Running with the Bulls
Running with the Bulls began in 2014 as a college radio show at DePaul University and named talk show of the year twice. After graduation, Adam Chalifoux and Reed Denver continued to record and turned the show into a podcast. They’re here to provide a fun and laid back look at the NBA with plenty of humor mixed in.
Host of What's Up Falcons
Hype man. Long-time Atlanta Falcons fan from way back in the Billy “White Shoes” Johnson days! The embodiment of the term “Keeping it real”, Al G brings hard-hitting perspectives and passionate takes of the good, bad and ugly of Falcons football! Skillset: Keeping it real and sexy!
Host of Ball & Order
Alex possesses a mysterious day-job that is definitely not being a lawyer. He enjoys splitting his allegiance between Ohio State, the Cleveland Cavaliers, the New York Yankees, and the New York Jets. (A Thanos-like balancing of obnoxiousness and not-so-loveable losers). He will frequently remind Gabe of the fact that Miami is terrible, obsess over perfectly set screens, and pine for offensive rebounding. He will also do his utmost to use his depressingly detailed knowledge of second and third tier midwestern college towns to make obscure geographical references from his time competing in intercollegiate Speech and Debate.
Host of The New Nasty Boys
Billy DeVore was the ultimate backstop for his Little League team in 2002 when he made the Anderson Township Little League All-Stars in Cincinnati, OH. That was his athletic peak. Now, he’s a comedian who hails from the Queen City, Cincinnati,OH and avid lover of all things Cincinnati Reds and MLB. He has opened for Sean Patton, Chad Daniels, and Cy Amundson, a former host of a Cincinnati Bengals podcast called F*ck You! We Like the Bengals, and tours across the country making people laugh and being an ambassador for his beloved Redlegs.
Host of The Mizzodcast
A 15-year veteran of the French Foreign Legion, Brendon later served three years as a man-servant/submissive for wealthy Cambodian fetishists. Throughout that time, he maintained a popular college football blog before returning to the states to help found the Mizzodcast.