Election Night Previews, Prop Bets, and a Bizarre Atlantic Story. Plus: The New York Times’ Mark Leibovich.
The Press Box
David and Bryan sit down for the final time before the 2020 election to look over what the candidates are doing in their final hours before November 3. They also look at the bizarre prop bets that Vegas has concocted for election night. And Bryan is joined by The New York Times’ Mark Leibovich to discuss the end of the campaign trail, how Trump has changed Washington, and more.Hosts: Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Mark Leibovich is the chief national correspondent for The New York Times Magazine and author of two great books, "Big Game," about the NFL, and "This Town," about Washington D.C. and politics. And in our Election Week special, we talk about Trump, and this election, and the NFL, and how to stay sane this week.We're taking next week off, so this is our last show until after the election. Stay safe out there.Also, there was some issue with the recording. Mark sounds great, but Will is very echo-y. Mark's answers are the only things worth hearing, so just skip Will if he annoys you. (This should always be done anyway.)Follow the podcast at @stillreadbooks on Twitter, and email your author recommendations to firstname.lastname@example.org. Let's go on this journey together. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Best-selling author Mark Leibovich joins the Platter!
ML Sports Platter
ML brings on Mark Leibovich to chat about his amazing books Big Game and This Town, the NFL's best and worst, his Super Bowl pick, where we are going with replay, our country during the Trump regime, how he got into covering politics and loving football, his beloved Pats and how long they can keep it going, his background, living in D.C. and more, plus Rapid Fire!
Click here to read a transcript of this podcast episode. Mark Leibovich is Chief Correspondent for the New York Times Magazine and author of “Big Game: The NFL in Dangerous Times.” In the first episode of season 2 of The Forum Podcast, Mark touches on a host of interesting topics including NFL player protests, the increased intersection of sports and politics, the future of the football in America and, of course, Tom Brady. This conversation is co-moderated by Leah Wright Rigueur, Assistant Professor of Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School, and Chris Robichaud, Senior Lecturer in Ethics and Public Policy, at Harvard Kennedy School.
#54 Dublin Miss the Mark, Hurling League, Inside the NFL with Mark Leibovich
Added Time: The Irish Times Sports Podcast
(In earlier upload of this podcast, our interview with Mark Leibovich had an audio problem which is now fixed - apologies for any inconvenience caused.)It's a cold-weather podcast this morning, as we huddle up and wait for January to pass. To warm us ever so slightly, the leagues are back in the GAA and there's the prospect of this Sunday's SuperBowl on the horizon. We won't be shivering for long.Ian O'Riordan has thawed out just enough from his Sunday in Nowlan Park to come and and talk us through the opening round of the hurling leagues. Brian Cody was cracking jokes after Kilkenny's win over Cork so we obviously have to wonder is anyone going to take this seriously at all, at all.And ahead of the SuperBowl, author Mark Leibovich joins us to talk about his brilliant book Big Game, recounting the past four years of the NFL and taking us inside the mind (and house) of Tom Brady.There will, of course, be a deep dive into Monaghan's win over Dublin in the football league, including some egregious poor-mouthing from the podcast's Monaghan representative. All in your Monday morning Added Time, with Malachy Clerkin and Pat Nugent.
274: Mark Leibovich | Big Game: The NFL in Dangerous Times | The Marriage of Sports & Politics
Mark Leibovich is the chief national correspondent for the New York Times Magazine and the author of "Big Game: The NFL in Dangerous Times. Twitter: @MarkLeibovich Our Presenting Sponsor: One in 100 -- Score a Pair of Celtics, Patriots Bruins or Red Sox Tickets for LESS than a Pizza or Beer! Go to http://bit.ly/2OKvuIA for more information. 1:00 - Mark Leibovich of the New York Times Magazine 2:00 - Growing up as a Patriots fan in New England 8:00 - Tom Brady and his issues with the NFL, Donald Trump and more 20:00 - The NFL messes up the Reuben Foster and Kareem Hunt situations 24:00 - Robert Kraft and his impact on the Patriots franchise 28:00 - Jerry Jones and the Dallas Cowboys bus 30:00 - The marriage of sports and politics
Coach Dana Holgorsen, Author Mark Leibovich + Week 10 Preview
Pardon My Take
The Steelers are officially back and Big Ben is a Chevy Truck with a Hemi. Dez Bryant signed with the Saints and Jerry Jones is in trouble with his fanbase including a 7 year old.(2:56-12:48) Week 10 preview, picks, and Josh McCown doesn't masturbate. (12:49-25:35) Fantasy Fuccbois. (25:36-29:25) Author Mark Leibovich joins the show to talk about his new book on the NFL "Big Game : The NFL In Dangerous Times" and the story of Jerry Jones masturbating into a shoe. (36:17-1:00:10) West Virginia Head Coach Dana Holgorsen joins the show to accept his football guy of the week award and talk about the decision to go for 2 in Austin last weekend. (1:02:15-1:11:11) Segments include Locker Room Talk PK Subban (1:12:50-1:14:51), not to brag but we called it Mayweather isn't fighting (1:14:52-1:17:08), Boom Roasted with Lenny Dykstra (1:17:09-1:19:04), Respect the Biz for the masturbating sports director (1:19:05-1:22:02) and Hanks Grab Bag (1:22:03-1:29:33).
Trump Takes a Victory Lap After Kavanaugh Is Sworn In | Mark Leibovich
The Daily Show With Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
Brett Kavanaugh joins the Supreme Court with a partisan ceremony, Taylor Swift's Democratic endorsements irk conservatives, and author Mark Leibovich discusses "Big Game." Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com