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In 2013, Dan Le Batard brought his weekday Miami radio show to ESPN's national airwaves, continuing his longstanding relationship with the sports conglomerate that began at ESPN The Magazine and morphed years later to ESPN2 as host of the popular series "Highly Questionable." Now ESPNU gets into the act by serving as the simulcast home of Le Batard's three-hour national radio show. Joined by sidekick Jon "Stugotz" Weiner, Dan offers a unique blend of self-deprecating humor, insightful guests, and thought-provoking conversation about major sports issue of the day. As he says, "we look forward to making fun of the powerful, the cliché and ourselves."

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aired 237 days ago
In 2013, Dan Le Batard brought his weekday Miami radio show to ESPN's national airwaves, continuing his longstanding relationship with the sports conglomerate that began at ESPN The Magazine and morphed years later to ESPN2 as host of the popular series "Highly Questionable." Now ESPNU gets into the act by serving as the simulcast home of Le Batard's three-hour national radio show. Joined by sidekick Jon "Stugotz" Weiner, Dan offers a unique blend of self-deprecating humor, insightful guests, and thought-provoking conversation about major sports issue of the day. As he says, "we look forward to making fun of the powerful, the cliché and ourselves."
aired 238 days ago
In 2013, Dan Le Batard brought his weekday Miami radio show to ESPN's national airwaves, continuing his longstanding relationship with the sports conglomerate that began at ESPN The Magazine and morphed years later to ESPN2 as host of the popular series "Highly Questionable." Now ESPNU gets into the act by serving as the simulcast home of Le Batard's three-hour national radio show. Joined by sidekick Jon "Stugotz" Weiner, Dan offers a unique blend of self-deprecating humor, insightful guests, and thought-provoking conversation about major sports issue of the day. As he says, "we look forward to making fun of the powerful, the cliché and ourselves."
aired 239 days ago
In 2013, Dan Le Batard brought his weekday Miami radio show to ESPN's national airwaves, continuing his longstanding relationship with the sports conglomerate that began at ESPN The Magazine and morphed years later to ESPN2 as host of the popular series "Highly Questionable." Now ESPNU gets into the act by serving as the simulcast home of Le Batard's three-hour national radio show. Joined by sidekick Jon "Stugotz" Weiner, Dan offers a unique blend of self-deprecating humor, insightful guests, and thought-provoking conversation about major sports issue of the day. As he says, "we look forward to making fun of the powerful, the cliché and ourselves."
aired 242 days ago
In 2013, Dan Le Batard brought his weekday Miami radio show to ESPN's national airwaves, continuing his longstanding relationship with the sports conglomerate that began at ESPN The Magazine and morphed years later to ESPN2 as host of the popular series "Highly Questionable." Now ESPNU gets into the act by serving as the simulcast home of Le Batard's three-hour national radio show. Joined by sidekick Jon "Stugotz" Weiner, Dan offers a unique blend of self-deprecating humor, insightful guests, and thought-provoking conversation about major sports issue of the day. As he says, "we look forward to making fun of the powerful, the cliché and ourselves."
aired 243 days ago
In 2013, Dan Le Batard brought his weekday Miami radio show to ESPN's national airwaves, continuing his longstanding relationship with the sports conglomerate that began at ESPN The Magazine and morphed years later to ESPN2 as host of the popular series "Highly Questionable." Now ESPNU gets into the act by serving as the simulcast home of Le Batard's three-hour national radio show. Joined by sidekick Jon "Stugotz" Weiner, Dan offers a unique blend of self-deprecating humor, insightful guests, and thought-provoking conversation about major sports issue of the day. As he says, "we look forward to making fun of the powerful, the cliché and ourselves."
aired 249 days ago
In 2013, Dan Le Batard brought his weekday Miami radio show to ESPN's national airwaves, continuing his longstanding relationship with the sports conglomerate that began at ESPN The Magazine and morphed years later to ESPN2 as host of the popular series "Highly Questionable." Now ESPNU gets into the act by serving as the simulcast home of Le Batard's three-hour national radio show. Joined by sidekick Jon "Stugotz" Weiner, Dan offers a unique blend of self-deprecating humor, insightful guests, and thought-provoking conversation about major sports issue of the day. As he says, "we look forward to making fun of the powerful, the cliché and ourselves."
aired 250 days ago
In 2013, Dan Le Batard brought his weekday Miami radio show to ESPN's national airwaves, continuing his longstanding relationship with the sports conglomerate that began at ESPN The Magazine and morphed years later to ESPN2 as host of the popular series "Highly Questionable." Now ESPNU gets into the act by serving as the simulcast home of Le Batard's three-hour national radio show. Joined by sidekick Jon "Stugotz" Weiner, Dan offers a unique blend of self-deprecating humor, insightful guests, and thought-provoking conversation about major sports issue of the day. As he says, "we look forward to making fun of the powerful, the cliché and ourselves."
aired 251 days ago
In 2013, Dan Le Batard brought his weekday Miami radio show to ESPN's national airwaves, continuing his longstanding relationship with the sports conglomerate that began at ESPN The Magazine and morphed years later to ESPN2 as host of the popular series "Highly Questionable." Now ESPNU gets into the act by serving as the simulcast home of Le Batard's three-hour national radio show. Joined by sidekick Jon "Stugotz" Weiner, Dan offers a unique blend of self-deprecating humor, insightful guests, and thought-provoking conversation about major sports issue of the day. As he says, "we look forward to making fun of the powerful, the cliché and ourselves."
aired 252 days ago
In 2013, Dan Le Batard brought his weekday Miami radio show to ESPN's national airwaves, continuing his longstanding relationship with the sports conglomerate that began at ESPN The Magazine and morphed years later to ESPN2 as host of the popular series "Highly Questionable." Now ESPNU gets into the act by serving as the simulcast home of Le Batard's three-hour national radio show. Joined by sidekick Jon "Stugotz" Weiner, Dan offers a unique blend of self-deprecating humor, insightful guests, and thought-provoking conversation about major sports issue of the day. As he says, "we look forward to making fun of the powerful, the cliché and ourselves."
aired 253 days ago
In 2013, Dan Le Batard brought his weekday Miami radio show to ESPN's national airwaves, continuing his longstanding relationship with the sports conglomerate that began at ESPN The Magazine and morphed years later to ESPN2 as host of the popular series "Highly Questionable." Now ESPNU gets into the act by serving as the simulcast home of Le Batard's three-hour national radio show. Joined by sidekick Jon "Stugotz" Weiner, Dan offers a unique blend of self-deprecating humor, insightful guests, and thought-provoking conversation about major sports issue of the day. As he says, "we look forward to making fun of the powerful, the cliché and ourselves."
aired 259 days ago
In 2013, Dan Le Batard brought his weekday Miami radio show to ESPN's national airwaves, continuing his longstanding relationship with the sports conglomerate that began at ESPN The Magazine and morphed years later to ESPN2 as host of the popular series "Highly Questionable." Now ESPNU gets into the act by serving as the simulcast home of Le Batard's three-hour national radio show. Joined by sidekick Jon "Stugotz" Weiner, Dan offers a unique blend of self-deprecating humor, insightful guests, and thought-provoking conversation about major sports issue of the day. As he says, "we look forward to making fun of the powerful, the cliché and ourselves."
aired 260 days ago
In 2013, Dan Le Batard brought his weekday Miami radio show to ESPN's national airwaves, continuing his longstanding relationship with the sports conglomerate that began at ESPN The Magazine and morphed years later to ESPN2 as host of the popular series "Highly Questionable." Now ESPNU gets into the act by serving as the simulcast home of Le Batard's three-hour national radio show. Joined by sidekick Jon "Stugotz" Weiner, Dan offers a unique blend of self-deprecating humor, insightful guests, and thought-provoking conversation about major sports issue of the day. As he says, "we look forward to making fun of the powerful, the cliché and ourselves."
aired 263 days ago
In 2013, Dan Le Batard brought his weekday Miami radio show to ESPN's national airwaves, continuing his longstanding relationship with the sports conglomerate that began at ESPN The Magazine and morphed years later to ESPN2 as host of the popular series "Highly Questionable." Now ESPNU gets into the act by serving as the simulcast home of Le Batard's three-hour national radio show. Joined by sidekick Jon "Stugotz" Weiner, Dan offers a unique blend of self-deprecating humor, insightful guests, and thought-provoking conversation about major sports issue of the day. As he says, "we look forward to making fun of the powerful, the cliché and ourselves."
aired 263 days ago
In 2013, Dan Le Batard brought his weekday Miami radio show to ESPN's national airwaves, continuing his longstanding relationship with the sports conglomerate that began at ESPN The Magazine and morphed years later to ESPN2 as host of the popular series "Highly Questionable." Now ESPNU gets into the act by serving as the simulcast home of Le Batard's three-hour national radio show. Joined by sidekick Jon "Stugotz" Weiner, Dan offers a unique blend of self-deprecating humor, insightful guests, and thought-provoking conversation about major sports issue of the day. As he says, "we look forward to making fun of the powerful, the cliché and ourselves."
aired 287 days ago
In 2013, Dan Le Batard brought his weekday Miami radio show to ESPN's national airwaves, continuing his longstanding relationship with the sports conglomerate that began at ESPN The Magazine and morphed years later to ESPN2 as host of the popular series "Highly Questionable." Now ESPNU gets into the act by serving as the simulcast home of Le Batard's three-hour national radio show. Joined by sidekick Jon "Stugotz" Weiner, Dan offers a unique blend of self-deprecating humor, insightful guests, and thought-provoking conversation about major sports issue of the day. As he says, "we look forward to making fun of the powerful, the cliché and ourselves."
aired 288 days ago
In 2013, Dan Le Batard brought his weekday Miami radio show to ESPN's national airwaves, continuing his longstanding relationship with the sports conglomerate that began at ESPN The Magazine and morphed years later to ESPN2 as host of the popular series "Highly Questionable." Now ESPNU gets into the act by serving as the simulcast home of Le Batard's three-hour national radio show. Joined by sidekick Jon "Stugotz" Weiner, Dan offers a unique blend of self-deprecating humor, insightful guests, and thought-provoking conversation about major sports issue of the day. As he says, "we look forward to making fun of the powerful, the cliché and ourselves."
aired 291 days ago
In 2013, Dan Le Batard brought his weekday Miami radio show to ESPN's national airwaves, continuing his longstanding relationship with the sports conglomerate that began at ESPN The Magazine and morphed years later to ESPN2 as host of the popular series "Highly Questionable." Now ESPNU gets into the act by serving as the simulcast home of Le Batard's three-hour national radio show. Joined by sidekick Jon "Stugotz" Weiner, Dan offers a unique blend of self-deprecating humor, insightful guests, and thought-provoking conversation about major sports issue of the day. As he says, "we look forward to making fun of the powerful, the cliché and ourselves."
aired 292 days ago
In 2013, Dan Le Batard brought his weekday Miami radio show to ESPN's national airwaves, continuing his longstanding relationship with the sports conglomerate that began at ESPN The Magazine and morphed years later to ESPN2 as host of the popular series "Highly Questionable." Now ESPNU gets into the act by serving as the simulcast home of Le Batard's three-hour national radio show. Joined by sidekick Jon "Stugotz" Weiner, Dan offers a unique blend of self-deprecating humor, insightful guests, and thought-provoking conversation about major sports issue of the day. As he says, "we look forward to making fun of the powerful, the cliché and ourselves."
aired 293 days ago
In 2013, Dan Le Batard brought his weekday Miami radio show to ESPN's national airwaves, continuing his longstanding relationship with the sports conglomerate that began at ESPN The Magazine and morphed years later to ESPN2 as host of the popular series "Highly Questionable." Now ESPNU gets into the act by serving as the simulcast home of Le Batard's three-hour national radio show. Joined by sidekick Jon "Stugotz" Weiner, Dan offers a unique blend of self-deprecating humor, insightful guests, and thought-provoking conversation about major sports issue of the day. As he says, "we look forward to making fun of the powerful, the cliché and ourselves."
aired 294 days ago
In 2013, Dan Le Batard brought his weekday Miami radio show to ESPN's national airwaves, continuing his longstanding relationship with the sports conglomerate that began at ESPN The Magazine and morphed years later to ESPN2 as host of the popular series "Highly Questionable." Now ESPNU gets into the act by serving as the simulcast home of Le Batard's three-hour national radio show. Joined by sidekick Jon "Stugotz" Weiner, Dan offers a unique blend of self-deprecating humor, insightful guests, and thought-provoking conversation about major sports issue of the day. As he says, "we look forward to making fun of the powerful, the cliché and ourselves."
aired 295 days ago
In 2013, Dan Le Batard brought his weekday Miami radio show to ESPN's national airwaves, continuing his longstanding relationship with the sports conglomerate that began at ESPN The Magazine and morphed years later to ESPN2 as host of the popular series "Highly Questionable." Now ESPNU gets into the act by serving as the simulcast home of Le Batard's three-hour national radio show. Joined by sidekick Jon "Stugotz" Weiner, Dan offers a unique blend of self-deprecating humor, insightful guests, and thought-provoking conversation about major sports issue of the day. As he says, "we look forward to making fun of the powerful, the cliché and ourselves."

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