Ross Patterson and Dan Hollaway discuss all their picks for college rivalry week, they predict their final 4 in the College Playoffs, how SF Austin beat Duke in college hoops, why Masvidal might fight Mayweather in boxing, Ross finally apologizes to 49ers fans, and they pick all the spreads for this week's NFL and College games.
Ross Patterson and Dan Hollaway welcome special guest and audience favorite Christmas Abbott as she discusses trying the impossibility of returning to elite level status as an athlete after having a child, getting arrested and ending up on TMZ, what it's like to have a prolapsed anus, and why JT never had a chance when he invited her on a vacation.
Ross Patterson, Jarred Taylor, and Dan Hollaway welcome special guest, Green Beret Richard Stayskal, who is currently fighting for his life. He was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer in June 2017. The 38-year-old Green Beret's cancer was missed by Army care providers in 2017, and is now terminal. For the last year he's been fighting to change a decades-old legal rule known as the Feres Doctrine, which bars Stayskal and his family from suing the government for the alleged medical malpractice. On Sept. 9 and 10, instead of being home in Pinehurst, North Carolina, with his wife and two daughters, Stayskal was in Washington, D.C. trying to drum up support for his namesake legislation, the SFC Richard Stayskal Military Medical Accountability Act, which would allow service members to sue the government for certain medical malpractice incidents. President Trump has signed the bill, but it needs to pass the Senate and is currently being blocked by Senator Lindsey Graham. We need your help. 3 weeks ago we discussed this story on air and Richard was kind enough to drive down and do the show, but he needs other voices to speak out as well. Please contact anyone you know and share his story!
We are live from the Ohio State/Penn State game getting trashed with the Drinkin' Bros Ohio group and one of the finest tailgates in the land, Mr. Richard Dinoff. One guy blacked out at 7am. Welcome to Drinkin' Bros!
Ross Patterson and Dan Hollaway drop a weekend bonus episode where they stop in a picturesque park where couples are taking breathtaking wedding photos, and record one the most disgusting shows possible. Now that "Hot Girl Summer" is over, it's time for "Sad Boy Fall."
Ross Patterson, Jarred Taylor, and Dan Hollaway welcome special guest Amiri King as they bring you the realest fake news from the week starting with Hunter Biden being caught with a Ukrainian slush fund of $16.5 million, a male birth control that is injected into your penis that lasts 13 years, someone who is punching horses in South Carolina, is anyone really watching the impeachment trial, the Hollywood Executive that wanted to cast Julia Roberts as Harriet Tubman in the 90's, and Amiri answers the question of whether Epstein could kill himself.
Ross Patterson, Jarred Taylor, and Dan Hollaway sit down with audience favorite VET TV President Donny O'Malley as he discusses his new feature film "A Grunt's Life" and why Amazon banned it, the opening day kick-off party for Ross and Dan's campaign which you are invited to, why Donny will probably marry a 20 year old, a start date for our movie "The Janitor", and how Donny destroyed his doctor's records to enlist in the military.
Ross Patterson and Dan Hollaway discuss Ross going perfect in NFL picks last week including hitting two 4 team parlays, the Tua injury that rocked Bama, the upcoming Fight Game of the year between Ohio State and Penn State, why the Dallas Mavericks are a blast to watch, why the ladies of Arizona State deserve better, how the Houston Rockets are making it work between Harden and Westbrook, and this week's spreads for college football and NFL.
Ross Patterson and Dan Hollaway sit down with special guest Dr. Gabe Frank from The Frank Institute and discuss a subject men don't often talk about; hormone replacement therapy. Ross and Dan open up about their mental health struggles over the years and the importance of getting your hormone levels checked by a doctor, because chances are some of the mental issues that you can't control aren't your fault. If you're feeling suicidal, irritated, and can't figure out why-- this episode is for you. Please know there are doctors who live in your area who can help, and hopefully us opening up helps you.