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Arrive Early, Leave Late

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A common refrain about LA sports fans is that they arrive late to games and leave early – we want to flip that on its head. Powered by the award-winning sports staff at the Los Angeles Times and helmed by veteran sports journalist Beto Duran, this podcast will smash the stereotype that our fans don’t have a passion for their sports teams. We'll provide in-depth interviews with the athletes, coaches, and front office personnel that drive our daily sports conversation. We’ll be there when you can’t – because our journalists always ARRIVE EARLY, LEAVE LATE.

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A common refrain about LA sports fans is that they arrive late to games and leave early – we want to flip that on its head. Powered by the award-winning sports staff at the Los Angeles Times and helmed by veteran sports journalist Beto Duran, this podcast will smash the stereotype that our fans don’t have a passion for their sports teams. We'll provide in-depth interviews with the athletes, coaches, and front office personnel that drive our daily sports conversation. We’ll be there when you can’t – because our journalists always ARRIVE EARLY, LEAVE LATE.

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56 Ratings
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Okay but underwhelming

By want to be a fan but... - Jan 20 2019
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As a big LA sports fan who likes informed and thoughtful conversation about teams, I had high hopes for this podcast among sports journalists. Unfortunately I have been somewhat disappointed. The conversations are generally one dimensional. I don’t hear many good questions that lead to deeper analysis or thoughtful give and take. The speaker offers an opinion, repeats the opinion, and gets affirmation from the host. It’s not a whole lot better than a conversation among regular sports fans which I can get without a podcast. I think your listeners can handle a little bit of complexity.

Dang! Beto!

By kurtcobaincrush - Nov 19 2018
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That’s his name. We Should all have a kind and easy and thoughtful touch like Beto.

iTunes Ratings

56 Ratings
Average Ratings
49
2
2
2
1

Okay but underwhelming

By want to be a fan but... - Jan 20 2019
Read more

As a big LA sports fan who likes informed and thoughtful conversation about teams, I had high hopes for this podcast among sports journalists. Unfortunately I have been somewhat disappointed. The conversations are generally one dimensional. I don’t hear many good questions that lead to deeper analysis or thoughtful give and take. The speaker offers an opinion, repeats the opinion, and gets affirmation from the host. It’s not a whole lot better than a conversation among regular sports fans which I can get without a podcast. I think your listeners can handle a little bit of complexity.

Dang! Beto!

By kurtcobaincrush - Nov 19 2018
Read more

That’s his name. We Should all have a kind and easy and thoughtful touch like Beto.

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Arrive Early, Leave Late

Updated about 1 month ago

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A common refrain about LA sports fans is that they arrive late to games and leave early – we want to flip that on its head. Powered by the award-winning sports staff at the Los Angeles Times and helmed by veteran sports journalist Beto Duran, this podcast will smash the stereotype that our fans don’t have a passion for their sports teams. We'll provide in-depth interviews with the athletes, coaches, and front office personnel that drive our daily sports conversation. We’ll be there when you can’t – because our journalists always ARRIVE EARLY, LEAVE LATE.

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Rank #5: USC Admissions Scandal (McCollough, Fenno)

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Host Beto Duran welcomes Brady McCollough (USC Beat Reporter) and Nathan Fenno (Enterprise Reporter) to discuss the impact on the sports department at USC due to last week's series of arrests, indictments, and firings after the FBI uncovered a nationwide college admissions scandal. Are last week's arrests and firings the end of this matter or is there more to uncover? Brady McCollough discusses this and the shift from covering USC football and other sports to investigating the legal aspects of this situation. How many athletic department members at USC have been arrested at USC in the last 18 months? Nathan Fenno reviews the larger epidemic of a scandal plagued institution. Is this a series of rogue individuals or is a larger department effort at play here?

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Rank #6: Gennady 'GGG' Golovkin & Abel Sanchez (Pugmire) and UCLA Gymnastics (Richardson)

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Rank #7: Lakers, Rajon Rondo (Ganguli) & Clippers, Inglewood (Fenno)

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NBA Drama in Los Angeles

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Rank #8: Zlatan Ibrahimović (Baxter)

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One-on-one interview with Zlatan Ibrahimović

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Rank #9: In Studio: Tyron Woodley & Ben Askren, UFC 235 Preview (Pugmire)

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Host Beto Duran welcomes Lance Pugmire and two UFC stars, Tyron Woodley and Ben Askren, to discuss the upcoming UFC 235 in Las Vegas this Saturday. Our first in-studio guest athletes share an amazing history that few fighters have, as they are unwilling to challenge each other, even if the Welterweight Championship is at stake. Having met wrestling for the University of Missouri, Tyron and Ben have climbed the ranks of the UFC and both are on this Saturday's card. Lance Pugmire helps dissect their careers and what makes these two fighters special.

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Rank #10: Sneakers Features (Woike) and LA Times Sports (Rodriguez)

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Host Beto Duran welcomes NBA National Writer Dan Woike and Sports Editor Angel Rodriguez to the podcast. Capitalizing on the growing business of the sneaker industry, Woike (and other sports journalists) put together a special section this past weekend during the NBA All-Star Weekend for the LA Times. Dan's contribution included a love letter to Eastbay magazine, and is discussed. 21st Century sports and sports coverage requires modern sports departments to evolve as well. Angel discusses the sneakers feature, sports gambling, eSports, and how to stay relevant in the digital age.

Feb 20 2019
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