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Stu Feiner is considered the innovator of the sports service industry since 1982, and since then has gone on to pioneer the industry by: creating the first nationwide tv commercial ever accepted by ESPN in 1984 spending $45,000 during the NBA playoffs; creating a sports section in the newspaper USA Today in 1985 that he ran half and full page ads and spent 3 million a year for; Being the first to ever use 900#s to sell sports information in 1988 and generating over 50 million dollars; Opening the first nationwide scorephone operation in 1988 giving scores odds lines injuries weather reports on free local phone #s in 200 cities across the country; and being the first to have a sports information website in 1994 and writing over 10 million dollars before the year 2000. Stu's business was featured in the movie Two for the Money, where Al Pacino played Stu in the movie, Rene Russo played his wife and Mathew Mcconahay played a disgruntled employee. Al Pacino, Mathew Mcconahay, and Jeremy Pivin were on my show in that movie. Since that time, Stu Feiner has grown to become the #1 social media sports advisor expert in the world, with enormous followings on Snapchat, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, where for free over the last 2 years Stu has predicted 11 of the last 13 major championship winners.

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Stu Feiner is considered the innovator of the sports service industry since 1982, and since then has gone on to pioneer the industry by: creating the first nationwide tv commercial ever accepted by ESPN in 1984 spending $45,000 during the NBA playoffs; creating a sports section in the newspaper USA Today in 1985 that he ran half and full page ads and spent 3 million a year for; Being the first to ever use 900#s to sell sports information in 1988 and generating over 50 million dollars; Opening the first nationwide scorephone operation in 1988 giving scores odds lines injuries weather reports on free local phone #s in 200 cities across the country; and being the first to have a sports information website in 1994 and writing over 10 million dollars before the year 2000. Stu's business was featured in the movie Two for the Money, where Al Pacino played Stu in the movie, Rene Russo played his wife and Mathew Mcconahay played a disgruntled employee. Al Pacino, Mathew Mcconahay, and Jeremy Pivin were on my show in that movie. Since that time, Stu Feiner has grown to become the #1 social media sports advisor expert in the world, with enormous followings on Snapchat, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, where for free over the last 2 years Stu has predicted 11 of the last 13 major championship winners.

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165 Ratings
Average Ratings
162
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2

READY TO ROLL

By beasty98 - Jun 05 2018
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The best podcast on the internet

Electric Factory

By Rodmonian - May 15 2018
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The Source is one of a kind!
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Stu Feiner

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Stu Feiner is considered the innovator of the sports service industry since 1982, and since then has gone on to pioneer the industry by: creating the first nationwide tv commercial ever accepted by ESPN in 1984 spending $45,000 during the NBA playoffs; creating a sports section in the newspaper USA Today in 1985 that he ran half and full page ads and spent 3 million a year for; Being the first to ever use 900#s to sell sports information in 1988 and generating over 50 million dollars; Opening the first nationwide scorephone operation in 1988 giving scores odds lines injuries weather reports on free local phone #s in 200 cities across the country; and being the first to have a sports information website in 1994 and writing over 10 million dollars before the year 2000. Stu's business was featured in the movie Two for the Money, where Al Pacino played Stu in the movie, Rene Russo played his wife and Mathew Mcconahay played a disgruntled employee. Al Pacino, Mathew Mcconahay, and Jeremy Pivin were on my show in that movie. Since that time, Stu Feiner has grown to become the #1 social media sports advisor expert in the world, with enormous followings on Snapchat, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, where for free over the last 2 years Stu has predicted 11 of the last 13 major championship winners.

Rank #1: Sourced With Stu Feiner - Episode 3 - Taj Mahal Tales and Mayweather vs McGregor

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In his third episode of Sourced, Stu Feiner continues to tell some pee-your-pants, hilarious tales from his days losing his biggest money at the Trump Taj Mahal Casino. After recapping one of his most embarassing moments he turns to tonight’s UFC main-event and the fight everyone is talking about. Listen in to hear Stu’s opinion on who he thinks will win in the Mayweather vs McGregor match up.

Aug 26 2017

1hr 32mins

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Rank #2: Sourced With Stu Feiner - Episode 4 - Football Kickoff and Mafia Tales

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In episode four of Sourced, Stu recaps the state of both the NFL and College Football as we launch into the first week of play. After giving you a short rundown of some early feelings and his Super Bowl prediction we move to another epic story of his business’ beginning. Shocking tales of the Mafia and how Stu survived in the early 80s.

Sep 01 2017

1hr 13mins

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Rank #3: Sourced With Stu Feiner, Episode 18, The Source's Key to Life: Failure, Shame, & Embarrassment

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In life you are going to be faced with failure, which will lead to shame, which will lead to embarrassment. Your Source, Stu Feiner, explains the key to his motivational technique and continued success. It is his vision that tells you to embrace your failures, not to dwell on them, but to drive yourself beyond fear and pain in order to actualize success. This is the most important podcast you can listen to in your life, and the Living Legend himself shows you how you can overcome any difficulty through self-perseverance and self-love.

Mar 09 2018

31mins

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Rank #4: Sourced With Stu Feiner, Episode 19, Adventures with Frank the Tank and the Return of Francesa

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In this episode of Sourced, Stu Feiner brings you his Spring 2018 update. The Source recounts the great friendship he has built with Frank the Tank and their many adventures. Stu turns to the state of sports media broadcasting with a review of hosts, a breakdown of what makes a sports show successful, and the return of The Source’s favorite, icon Mike Francesa.

Apr 28 2018

42mins

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Rank #5: Sourced With Stu Feiner - Episode 5 - Craig Carton's Demise and Dangerous Wagers on 1986 Mets

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In this episode Stu Recaps Craig Carton's demise following the reveal of his alleged Ponzi Scheme. In addition, Stu also addresses Sid Rosenberg and how his demise cost him Mike Francesa's job. After Stu recounts how he almost was killed by the Irish Mob for his wagers on the Mets during the 1986 World Series.

Sep 10 2017

57mins

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Rank #6: Sourced With Stu Feiner, (Ep. 20), Free At Last: Gambling Becomes Legal

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The Source brings you the most important news in his adult life, the legalization of sports gambling in both New Jersey and New Hampshire. Ecstatic, and raging with energy, Stu Feiner dispels the myths about legalization and why it is ultimately an improvement for the integrity of the gambling community and the sports themselves. Free at last, free at last, Stu Feiner will gamble legally and tell you to stick it up your ass if you have a problem with it.

May 15 2018

34mins

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Rank #7: Sourced With Stu Feiner - Episode 9 - The Stu Feiner Legendary Method and Wild Industry Tales

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In the ninth episode of Sourced, Stu shares some of his secrets with two legendary and iconic methods, first how to please a woman and next how he trained his top salesman. Within each method are shared core-principles that guarantee confidence and success as he documents. It was from these methods and his early pitch strategies that revolutionized and created the sports handicapping industry. Learn about the origins of methods and sales tactics that were created by the Source himself and are still being rehashed by the scams and thieves in the sports gambling world. In addition to the wild stories of hiring his employees in the 1980s, Stu recounts some of the funniest hazing rituals some of his salesman had to undergo.

Oct 10 2017

1hr 11mins

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Rank #8: Sourced With Stu Feiner, (Ep. 22), Allow Me to Eat Franks: An Epic Day with Frank the Tank

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This past week Your Source, Stu Feiner, had an amazing day with one of his favorite people in the world, Frank the Tank of Allow Me to Be Frank and Barstool notoriety. From watching World Cup, to Stu being given the extreme honor of serving 'Four Dog' Frank a hotdog, the hangout at the Feiner compound ended with an epic swim. After that Stu and the gang head to Citi Field for a game to remember and an epic show of love from the fans.

Jul 13 2018

39mins

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Rank #9: Sourced With Stu Feiner - Episode 11 - Halloween Tales

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With the playoffs over and the World Series underway Stu recaps the state of Major League Baseball including the Yankees decision to fire Joe Girardi. In addition, The Source gives his take on the current frontrunners in the NFL and College Football and who he thinks has a shot to make a run for it all. After the sports recap Stu turns to the cancelling of Barstool Van Talk, cut short and removed from ESPN 2 less than a week after its first episode. Finally, Stu explains why Halloween is his favorite holiday and shares some of his outlandish and ridiculous Halloween memories.

Oct 30 2017

1hr 2mins

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Rank #10: Sourced With Stu Feiner - Episode 10 - Sports & Culture Recap, Stu's Dealer Days of Drugs & Partying

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In this episode of Sourced, Stu recaps all major sports with NBA now underway. Learn how the NFL has upset expectations and what the Source’s take is on the state of the game Stu addresses issues in pop-culture and reveals the tales of drugs and debauchery he experienced as a high school student.

Oct 20 2017

1hr 14mins

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Rank #11: Sourced With Stu Feiner - Episode 14 - Hanukkah Tales and Winter Memories

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With Hanukkah underway, Stu recounts some of his favorite holiday memories. Hear about his favoirte Hanukkah memories including the amazing food his mom cooked. Hear about the antics Stu and his brother Les pulled during the Festival of Lights.

Dec 14 2017

44mins

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Rank #12: Sourced With Stu Feiner, (Ep. 25), Preseason Hype and Preview

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Catch why Your Source simply loves Preseason Football. Stu breaks down why NFL Preseason is one of the only times you have a competitive advantage gambling compared to regular season. Just what does Stu see in preseason that others usually write off? Tune in and find out!

Aug 02 2018

12mins

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Rank #13: Sourced With Stu Feiner, (Ep. 28), Sports Advisors Returns

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Back with a vengeance. The project almost 20 years in the making. No explanations necessary.

Sep 02 2018

39mins

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Rank #14: Sourced With Stu Feiner, (Ep. 27), Preseason Breakdown, Preseason Strategy, and NFL Predictions

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In this studio episode of Sourced, Stu breaks down the NFL Preseason thus far. Tune in to find out what your Source thinks about the unusual second week of the preseason and what may be in store for weeks three and four. In addition, the Source reveals some larger predictions and analysis on the State of the NFL.

Aug 22 2018

19mins

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Rank #15: Sourced With Stu Feiner, (Ep. 26), Poolside with Tank and Source Meadstock Edition

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Catch this audio edition of the third Poolside With Tank and Source, recorded live this past weekend during the legendary Meadstock. Frank and Source discuss food plans and how to tackle losing the weight. An amazing session of Tank and Source in the pool that is not to be missed.

Aug 16 2018

21mins

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