Back in early January, Steven traveled down to Orlando, FL where he had a chance to sit down with the hosts of the Gods & Monsters Podcast, Art Miles & Greg Mohn. The day before this episode was recorded, the mall that housed the Gods & Monsters retail location decided to sell their land and forced the tenants to vacate in a matter of two weeks time. However, the guys didn't let that news get them down on this edition of the Deep Six Podcast!
Art and Greg give us a history of themselves and their careers. Art tells us about working for the Orlando Fox affiliate, and also lets us know what puts him on the same level as Bryan Cranston, and Susan Lucci. On top of that, Greg tells us about his experience of working with Stan Lee, and his obsession with collecting Mazda Miatas.
We also find out what lead them to the two of them, who have no history with reading comic books, hosting the podcast for (what was) the second largest comic book store in the nation, and much much more!
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Deep Sports Podcast 003: Robert Duncan Loves all the (Sports) Balls / The Balls In Our Court Podcast’s Kevin Carter
The Deep Sports Podcast is back for episode three! That's right, the newest sports pod sensation has made it to three episodes and is bringing more excitement than should be allowed by law. Your regular hosts Matt, and Steven, are joined by special guest host Robert Duncan filling in for Kyle.
Matt, Steven, and Rob are joined by Kevin Carter of the Balls in Our Court Podcast to discuss a series of topics starting off with this week's MLB Hall of Fame voting results that saw Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines, and Ivan "Pudge" Rodriguez gain enshrinement to Cooperstown. We also discuss several other notable names and their chances for future enshrinement and touch upon some of the standards upon which voters choose who goes in and why players should go in.
The guys also discuss NBA sensation Joel Embiid's rise to the top of the sports social media hierarchy, who the top player in the NHL is, and Tyron Woodley's assertion that MMA is racist.
Finally, we wrap up the NFL Playoff Divisional round and give predictions on what may be to come for this weekend's upcoming Championship matchups!
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