PMS 2.0 232 - National Champion, Coaching Legend, And College Football Hall Of Famer Mack Brown, ESPN MLB Insider Jeff Passan, FOX Sports NFL Insider Jay Glazer, & Legend, AJ Hawk Stop By.. LETS GO.


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On today's show, Pat and AJ both host the show as they discuss everything going on in the sports world with the Marlins covid19 outbreak getting worse and worse, Joey Bosa becoming the highest paid defensive player ever, more and more players deciding to opt out of the upcoming NFL season, and Pat getting some final alterations to his tuxedo in preparation for his wedding on Saturday (:32-1:38:15). They also welcome ESPN MLB Insider Jeff (Jett) Passan to get more info on how the Marlins outbreak started, what the implications are league wide, how he thinks Rob Manfred dealt with the situation, and whether or not this type of wake up call will prove to be effective for the rest of the MLB (22:52-35:21). Later, Pat and AJ welcome NFL Insider for FOX Sports, Jay Glazer. They chat about what things will be like for Jay's training camp tour now that he'll have to do it all virtually, what he's hearing from NFL teams in response to the Marlins covid19 outbreak, he walks them through the breaking news situation from earlier this summer that had a lot of people upset with him, and how he would have done it differently looking back at it (1:07:12-1:22:44). To close out the show, Pat welcomes on College Football Hall of Famer, National Champion, Bear Bryant Coach of the Year recipient, and current Head Coach of the North Carolina Tar Heels, Mack Brown. Pat and Mack discuss what it's been like getting players ready for a season, his thoughts on what this season will look like, his philosophy towards changing the culture at UNC, when he knew it was time to leave Texas, and what he might do after coaching (1:40:21-2:01:55). Don't forget to send in a picture of where you're listening to the show with the hashtag #ThisIsWhereImAtPat for the chance to win some free merch. We appreciate each and every one of you for listening. Come and laugh with us, cheers.

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