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The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

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From the Elser Hotel in Downtown Miami, Dan Le Batard, Stugotz and company share their unique perspectives on all-things sports, pop-culture and more. This is the place for original content from Le Batard and Stugotz, including the daily “Local Hour” generally focusing on the South Florida scene, the Big Suey, and a few more surprises along the way.


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From the Elser Hotel in Downtown Miami, Dan Le Batard, Stugotz and company share their unique perspectives on all-things sports, pop-culture and more. This is the place for original content from Le Batard and Stugotz, including the daily “Local Hour” generally focusing on the South Florida scene, the Big Suey, and a few more surprises along the way.




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PTFO - What the World's Greatest (Two-Handed) Bowler Can Teach You About Daring to Look Stupid

It's easy to shot-shame a player at the free-throw line and athletes who throw funny. From the depths of that bullying and loneliness, though, a revolution is brewing, with adaptations so innovative that they may shame sports themselves. Pablo goes bowling with Jason Belmonte — the two-handed Tiger Woods of the lanes — and learns how to succeed in life while looking kinda stupid. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Postgame Show: The Movie Theater

Dan, Mike, and Jeremy are getting nostalgic for the movie theater which leads Tony and Chris to a conversation on sharing popcorn, the Dune popcorn bucket, and kids being gross. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Hour 2: That's Actually Not True

Mike says the "We Are The World" documentary doesn't quite hit the mark, and Jeremy has a Top 5 NBA Storylines to Watch now that you're paying attention to the NBA. Then, how will YOU remember Rob Manfred's tenure as MLB commissioner? Plus, a report on a group potentially trying to repair Joe Paterno's legacy, Greg Cote selling out, Chris Cote's neighbors and their weird behavior, and vulnerable sound from Shaq. Trigger warning: segment two mentions of child sexual assault. If you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted, help is available. Call the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 800.656.HOPE (4673). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Hour 1: Fatty Arbuckle

Greg Cote has updates on his PFPI Gala from over the weekend, but the photos look like they were taken in an 1880s saloon. Then, the Can't Cancel America tour cancels shows, and Stephen Colbert reminds us that our country is falling apart. Plus, Lionel Messi and Inter Miami have a huge test ahead of them in trying to win 4 different cups this MLS season, and Anthony Rendon has the right message but may be the wrong messenger. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


The Big Suey: Arbetter's Hot Dog Hall of Fame

Bob Ryan watches the oldest movies ever made, and Kelsey Plum dismisses YouTuber Tristan Jass in the best way possible. Then, Arbetter's Hot Dog Hall of Fame inductee Ron Magill joins the show to discuss the cutest animal he's ever worked with and his major disappointment in Mike Ryan and Chris Cote's Cyclones. Plus, Greg Cote is disrespectful toward Ron, but not as disrespectful as Rick Pitino was toward his own team over the weekend. Can coaches like Pitino evolve into communicating with this generation of younger players? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Local Hour: The "Sucky" All-Star Game

TODAY'S CAST: Dan, Greg, Chris, Jeremy, Mike, and Tony. It's Greg Cote Tuesday, and as the Hee Haw Three's stardom continues to rise, Greg can't talk about anything but himself (including his new merch store). Then, the NBA All-Star Game was a disaster, so the crew needs to try to find a way to fix it. Plus, Stugotz's latest grift, the Florida Panthers are the best team in the NHL, and the uber-talented Inter Miami. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Postgame Show: How 'Bout Those Panthers?

Roy and David Dwork are back with another episode of "The Hockey Show" to discuss the 1st Place Florida Panthers before chatting with Stanley Cup Champion Aaron Ward about the news and notes around the NHL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Hour 1: Pablo, Tony, and Andrew Hawkins Walk Into a Podcast

Hour 1 is a Friday hodgepodge of content featuring a slice of Pablo Torre Finds Out's Share and Tell with Dan and Mina, Tony's MMA hangout previewing this weekend's fights, and Andrew Hawkins and JuJu Gotti recapping the Super Bowl on ThomaHawk Show! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


The Big Suey: The Worst Picture of All-Time

We interrupt Lucy's friend date to ask her about Caitlin Clark after a record-breaking night and then discuss the upcoming showdown between Steph Curry and Sabrina Ionescu. Then, Nick Wright is here! First, he discusses what it was like around the Kansas City Chiefs parade as the shooting took place. Then, he brings us back to the joy he felt being right about Patrick Mahomes and his Chiefs, being beloved in Kansas City, the worst picture he's ever taken, and media rivalries. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Local Hour: Words With Friends With Benefits

TODAY'S CAST: Dan, Billy, Chris, Jeremy, Mike, Roy, and Tony. Dan is feeling petty after the Bucks loss to the Grizzlies last night. There was a NBA fight between two players most of the Shipping Container has never heard of. Tony claims Cubans are taking over after meeting a Cuban uber driver in Las Vegas. Billy publicly criticizes his family for giving him gifts. Chris is concerned about words getting a little too friendly. Then, Klay Thompson exploded for 35 points last night so Dan and the crew dissect what it's been like for Klay as his career winds down. Plus, Billy's work is undercut by a video of Stugotz laughing. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


#BecauseMiami: Victory Lap

Very rarely do we ever earn a win here on Because Miami, but two things happened during our week off that had Billy Corben cackle with joy...literally. Find out what they were. Plus, Miami Herald investigative reporter Sarah Blaskey joins the program to talk about why Miami mayor Francis Suarez refused to speak to the media following the State of the City address. And journalist Jason Garcia tells us about the laws bandying about the Florida Statehouse that helps not a single resident in the godforsaken state. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


South Beach Sessions - Stephen Jackson

Stephen Jackson has never backed down from anything. Never held back from speaking his mind. And yet... this is the most open and raw he’s ever been. When the South Beach Sessions and All The Smoke worlds collide, you know it’s about to get real. Brought together by love and trust, Dan and Stephen leave no stone unturned. Stak reveals how growing up in Port Arthur - steeped in violence and loss - made him the man he'll always be, telling his journey to finding an outlet in basketball and creating a new life for himself. From highlights to the infamous… including Stephen’s truth about the Malice at the Palace and a breakdown of how the media distorted the narrative. Together, they open up about the unhealed wounds of losing the ones that inspire us the most, the profound impact of George Floyd’s death, and dealing with anger in order to accept the care and support of those who love them most. Watch new episodes of ALL THE SMOKE every Thursday from 6-7:30pm ET on DraftKings Network, available on the Roku Channel, Samsung TV Plus, Xumo Play, Google TV, and Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


GBF: Mock Draft 1.0

Mike Golic recaps the Super Bowl from his view on the sideline. Field Yates gets us ready for the draft with hick mock draft 1.0. Austin Ekeler discusses mutual friends and whether or not the guys are in his neighborhood. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Postgame Show: Free Shirts

The crew kicks things off with today's Thursday Thunder, Mike worries he may have ruined attending future sporting events for his daughter, and EA Sports dropped the new NCAA Football video game trailer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Hour 2: Avoiding The Paperwork

Are you surprised the streakers at the Super Bowl were from Miami? Would you go to jail to avoid doing paperwork? Do you believe Dana White REALLY walked out on Howie Mandel? Then, Mina Kimes is here. First, Mina shares her thoughts on yesterday's shooting at the Super Bowl parade in Kansas City and her reaction as a mother, in the workplace, and as a human being. Then, we get to football with her takes on Kyle Shanahan's OT strategy, Christian McCaffrey, the Chiefs defense, Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift after the Andy Reid moment, and Steve Wilks' firing. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Hour 1: On Stugotz's Face

You will not believe what Dan asked our video department to do. After we take our chance to call out David Samson on his hypocrisy regarding the Travis Kelce-Andy Reid argument in comparison to his reaction to Bruce Arians hitting a player, he and Adnan Virk deliver their Top 5 Most Romantic Movies of All-Time. Then, how does management and coaching need to evolve in this age of professional athlete? Plus, comedian Sam Morril joins us to make his bid to be our New York Knicks correspondent as he praises "the great Isaiah Hartenstein" and rips Stephen A. Smith. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


The Big Suey: Row, Row, Row Your Boat

The Miami Heat took down the Milwaukee Bucks and Philadelphia 76ers on back-to-back nights without Jimmy Butler, and Mike Ryan wants you to know you are NOT allowed on the Heat bandwagon unless you've believed in this team from the start. Wait...WHAT? Then, Dan knew Travis Kelce's take on his fight with Andy Reid before Travis Kelce did, the crew's favorite bubble gum, rowing the boat, drool naps, and fried fish in a bag. Plus, as Caitlin Clark is set to break the all-time scoring record in Women's College Basketball tonight, Lucy cannot contain her excitement. Can't we all just enjoy a little greatness? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Local Hour: The Land of the Free

TODAY'S CAST: Dan, Stugotz, Chris, Jessica, Lucy, and Mike. Dan begins a somber Local Hour discussing the details of the mass shooting at yesterday's Super Bowl parade in Kansas City as he and the crew discuss the helplessness of living in America with mass shootings as rampant as ever. As yesterday's tragedy took place on the 6-year anniversary of the massacre at Stoneman Douglas High School, we speak with Manuel Oliver, the father of Douglas victim Joaquin Oliver, about gun laws in America, his activism, and his new program for advocacy called The Shotline. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Postgame Show: Billy's Parting Valentine's Day Gift

Travis Kelce has formally apologized for his egregious actions, and Billy has a Valentine's Day gift for the fans (it's everyone's favorite game...AGAINST! THE! SPREAD!). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Hour 2: Goodbye, Chris Wittyngham

We finally pay tribute with a video to our favorite EP in the history of the show, Chris Wittyngham. Then, Dan says the guard has changed in the NBA, Jessica has lunch for Valentine's Day, Roy works from home, and Stugotz fakes his way through an interview with Lil' Dicky. Plus, Justin Tinsley of Andscape is here to talk Brandon Marshall's claim about Kanye West and Taylor Swift, Usher, Russell Simmons, and Beyoncé's upcoming album. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit