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Sports Dorks – Maybe He Had It Coming

Scott & Andy pass each other like two ships in the night. Two ships each griping about sports. [EP316]

Sports Dorks – Another Shortie

This time it’s Andy’s fault. The episode may be short, but I hope you’re not sleeping on Scott and Andy’s profitable NFL picks. Make your money now before it all goes down in flames. [EP315]

Sports Dorks – Fun Sized Episode

The magic of editing brings Scott & Andy together for a brief episode before Scott is potentially slaughtered in a haunted Maine hotel. Keep your fingers crossed.

Sports Dorks – Charlotte’s Web of Lies

Scott and Andy waste their good drinking years talking about Grampa, bemoaning abysmal NFL rushing that has Walter Payton spinning in his grave, mourn Two Socks, and so much more. [S3E13]

Sports Dorks – Nerd Joke

S3E12: Scott & Andy offer the option ‘Punch to the head or gut?’. We’re all going to jail, but at least we’re providing winning NFL picks.

Sports Dorks – China Can Wait

S3E11: Scott is being held captive by bears in the deep woods of Maine but still gets his NFL picks in to Andy. Sometimes good things come in very small packages.

Sports Dorks – To Ski Or Not To Ski

S3E10: Scott and Andy hold a funeral for the Bengals, give some surprising NFL Picks, Google Sammy Sosa’s pink hat, come out of an upbeat song for a little dog named Snuggles, and more. Go get ’em, Bing Bong!

Sports Dorks – It’s Kind of in the Title

S3E9: Slobberknockers. Curtain Pullers. Somebody goes OFF on Bandwagon Cubs fans. (Hint: It wasn’t Scott.) Watch Andy get pissed off THEN get pissed on.

Sports Dorks – Over 250 Wins in 30 Years

S3E8: Scott teaches Andy the shape of Maryland, and unlike Jewish cowboys there may be some questionable math skills on display.

Sports Dorks – It’s a Map for Children

S3E7: Scott & Andy are more excited about their 0-1 football teams than you’d expect, so touch your knee to your torso and grab a phone number for a boat repairman. Truth is inconsequential.