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Hosted by Kyle Bandujo, Big Screen Sports is a weekly film review podcast discussing the best and worst in the sports movie universe. The on-screen sports action, big chill moments, actors that may or may not look like athletes, and everything that worked or didn't work about your favorite and least favorite sports movies.
 
The Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch is a weekly show that features interviews with members of the sports media about their work, as well as roundtables with sports media reporters about television, digital, audio/radio, print, and other forms of media. You can read Richard’s work at The Athletic and hear his words at Sportsnet 590 The Fan in Toronto.
 
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The only way to end Rock-tober is to talk the original "Rocky" film. Doug Greenberg (co-host of The Rocky Minute podcast) joins to discuss Sly Stallone's slightly embellished backstory when writing the script, the bloodbath of a boxing match featured in the film, and Adrian's almost painful shyness. We'll also discuss incredible performances by Car…
 
The Chicago Bears are 5-1 six games into the 2020 NFL season. Are they that good? Or are they doing it with smoke & mirrors? A below average offense led by backup QB Nick Foles can't score more than 21 points a game, but they have a Super Bowl defense that is making opponents hair stand up. How long can it last? Pro Bowl Center & former Chicago Bea…
 
In January, Mike Camerlengo (host of The 60 Second Classics podcast) joined to break down the entirety of Jean Claude Van-Damme's classic film "Bloodsport." In today's throwback clip, we talk the best scenes, including Mike's incredible breakdown of the Frank Dux-Chong Li matchup at the end of the movie. Big Screen Sports is brought to you by Indee…
 
Episode 117 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features three guests as part of a roundtable. The guests are: Michael Mulvihill, the head of strategy and analytics and an executive vice president for Fox Sports; Flora Kelly, the senior director of Strategic and Brand Insights at ESPN and Austin Karp, the Managing Editor/Digital at Spo…
 
Dewey Finn might not be the best person, but "School of Rock" is damn near perfect. Our non-sports movie for Rock-tober is "School of Rock," and the always entertaining Mike Schubert joins as guest host. We talk the charisma of Jack Black redeeming his character's flaws, steady performances by the child actors, and question a lot of the decisions m…
 
On this special episode of Big Screen Sports, ESPN's Michael Rothstein (and host of "The Michael Rothstein Show" podcast) joins to discuss his recent oral history celebrating the twenty-year anniversary of "Remember the Titans." Behind-the-scenes poker games, a tough football training camp for the actors, and Denzel Washington getting pushed on a b…
 
Episode 116 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features two guests. The first guest is Sports Business Daily media writer John Ourand. He is followed by Turner Sports NBA analyst Stan Van Gundy. In this podcast Ourand discusses where NFL viewership is after Week 5; how much the Presidential Election coverage will impact sports viewers…
 
Rocktober is rolling along, and it's time to look at the "Rocky" franchise as a whole. GG from Fight Game Media joins to discuss their episodes going over the entire franchise. Trivia they learned, the best and worst that Rocky has to offer, and where the franchise might be headed post-"Creed 2." Check out Fight Game Media on Twitter @fightgamemedi…
 
A little bonus Rocktober for your Friday. Jason Turbow from the Pandemic Baseball Book Club drops in to let us know what his favorite Rocky movie is and why. Then we talk where you can stream the Rocky franchise right now, some episode scheduling for the rest of the month, and a clip of Monday's upcoming episode. Big Screen Sports is brought to you…
 
Jeannie Morris gives a behind the scenes account of Gale Sayers the man and the legendary story of his relationship with Brian Piccolo. The story that inspired "Brian's Song" the movie, but with some very interesting true stories of Sayers, the Chicago Bears, and who helped Sayers write the infamous speech. A Great listen for football fans!…
 
Episode 115 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features ESPN NBA reporter Malika Andrews, whose work appears across ESPN platforms including ESPN.com, SportsCenter and ESPN Radio. In this podcast Andrews discusses working inside the NBA bubble for four months; the challenges and rewards of the experience; the medical protocols of the …
 
It's hard to pick your favorite "Rocky" film, but on today's Big Screen Sports, a few podcasters let us know their favorite: Mike Camerlengo, host of 60 Second Classics. Jeff Pearlman, host of Two Writers Slinging Yang. GG, co-host of Fight Game Podcast. Jarie Bolander, host of The Entrepreneur Ethos. Donald Paz, co-host of The West Box Score. Mike…
 
Episode 114 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features two guests. First up is Jeff Pearlman, the author Three-Ring Circus: Kobe, Shaq, Phil, and the Crazy Years of the Lakers Dynasty. He is followed by Donnovan Bennett, a senior writer and host for Sportsnet Canada (where I also work). In this podcast, Pearlman discusses his reporti…
 
If you're not sure if you love "Crazy, Stupid, Love" then this episode is going to Miyagi you. Ben Cruz (co-host of Two Jabronis with A Wrestling Podcast) joins to break down this month's non-sports movie. We'll talk the alluring power of Gosling, his chemistry with Emma Stone, and Carrell rising to the challenge of a kind of role we hadn't yet see…
 
Covid-19 forced states like Illinois to cancel most high school fall sports. In turn athletes are moving out of state to play and gain the experience they say is needed for college scholarship opportunities. One High School All American, Quarterback JJ McCarthy transferred out from hi Illinois State champion team, giving up his senior year to get t…
 
Boxing writer, podcaster, and historian Michael Montero joined Big Screen Sports last year to give a history lesson on Ron Howard's "Cinderella Man". Today's clip goes over the most and least authentic aspects of the movie, and announces Rocky-themed episodes for Big Screen Sports in October. Check out the full "Cinderella Man" episode on our feed.…
 
Author Brad Balukjian loves "For Love of the Game." His fellow authors in The Pandemic Baseball Book Club, Anika Orrock and Jason Turbow, do not. All three join Big Screen Sports to debate the film's merits, or lack thereof. We talk Vin Scully, Costner in his underwear sniffing perfume, and the film's extremely questionable romantic subplot. Check …
 
Episode 113 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features three guests. First up is John Ourand, the media reporter for Sports Business Daily. He is followed by writer Seyward Darby, the author of “Sisters In Hate: American Women on the Front Lines of White Nationalism” and writer Corey Sobel, the author of “The Redshirt,” selected for …
 
Last July, Chris McNeil (@Reflog_18 on Twitter) joined to discuss the Kevin Costner-starring golf film, Ron Shelton's "Tin Cup". In honor of this week's U.S. Open, and our episode from this week discussing the best and worst sports movie coaches, here's a clip from our "Tin Cup" episode where we touch on why the ending of the film wasn't the direct…
 
On his new Podcast TE1, Seattle Seahawks Tight End Greg Olsen talks to current and former players who help change the position from extra lineman to modern superstar. On this episode, he talks with freshly minted Super Bowl Champion Travis Kelce about growing up in Cleveland Heights, running the wildcat at University of Cincinnati, and how his expe…
 
Lou Brown. Norman Dale. Mickey. Gordon Bombay. Almost every good sports movie features a coach soaking up a ton of screen time. Some are legendary; they pass the brick wall test. Some are just absolutely terrible. Today on Big Screen Sports, we're selecting the three best and three worst sports movie coaches, along with hearing who the Big Screen S…
 
The Chicago Bears enter the 2020 season under Covid-19 with big expectations. A team that traded up for QB Mitch Trubisky is hoping this is the season he breaks out. ESPN's Bears reporter Jeff Dickerson breaks it all down as well as giving hysterical stories about e-learning at home with his young son. Also co-host Jason joins the show from his dor…
 
Episode 112 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features four guests. First up is Steve Wyche and Jim Trotter. Both are reporters for NFL Media, where they frequently appear on the NFL Network. They are co-hosting a new podcast, "Huddle and Flow." They are followed by Kavitha Davidson of The Athletic and author and writer Jessica Luthe…
 
Eleven years in minor league baseball, and twenty days in the show. Sounds a lot like the fictional career of Crash Davis in "Bull Durham" but is actually the reality of the career of former big leaguer Cody Decker. Here's a clip from Cody's story on the 'From Phenom to the Farm' podcast talking about his comparisons to the fictional icon, and fina…
 
Most sports movies dealing with the fall of an athlete focus on something self-inflicted: drugs, poor work ethic, etc. "Everybody's All-American" takes a look at the cruelest cause of downfall for an athlete of all: age. Dennis Quaid, Jessica Lange, and John Goodman star in a movie that's currently streaming on HBO Max. NYT best-selling author Jeff…
 
Bonus episode of Big Screen Sports breaking down everything sports-related (and some great non-sports stuff) that's coming to Netflix, Hulu, Prime, HBO Max, and Apple+ in the month of September. Did I miss something? Let me know on Twitter or the Big Screen Sports Facebook group. Big Screen Sports is brought to you by DirectTV NFL Sunday Ticket, Be…
 
Episode 111 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features two guests. First up is Renee Paquette, who worked for nearly eight years as a WWE broadcaster under the name Renee Young. She is followed by Turner Sports and NBA TV reporter Stephanie Ready. In this podcast, Young discusses leaving the WWE after nearly eight years; her desire t…
 
For people of a certain age, "Eurotrip" is a teen comedy classic. Writers/directors David Mandel & Jeff Schaffer join Big Screen Sports to walk us through the making of the film. How shooting in Prague helped land an Oscar-winner for a cameo, how they combined a fresh-faced cast with great comedic actors in bit roles, and an incredible scene that n…
 
On this minisode, host Kyle Bandujo talks the 2018 dark comedy "All Square", which is available to stream now on Hulu, as well as some great sports (and some non-sports) movies that are currently available on Netflix or HBO Max. Big Screen Sports is brought to you by DirectTV NFL Sunday Ticket, BetOnline.ag and TheraOne CBD. Use promo code BlueWire…
 
it's time. After a year and a half of podcasting with mom starting at the age of 16 Jason is off to college. Before he starts his freshman year, Peggy & Jason talk about leaving for school in Covid-19 and an emotional goodbye.Peggy Kusinski & Jason Kinander による
 
Aron Phillips joins Big Screen Sports to talk about putting together an exhaustive collection of the entire basketball movie genre on one website. We talk about where we might see basketball movies heading in the next few years, and Aron dishes out his picks for best 30 for 30, best documentaries, and best dramatized films. Check out The Basketball…
 
Episode 110 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features three guests. First up is Austin Karp, the managing editor for the Sports Business Daily and Sports Business Journal and one of the country’s foremost sports television ratings experts. He is joined by Anthony Crupi, sports media reporter for Sportico, a long time Ad Age staffer,…
 
Paul Bettany is throwing 110mph in this one, folks. 2001's "A Knight's Tale" is newly streaming on Netflix, and might be even more rewatchable now than it was twenty years ago. Brian Gill from the Mad About Movies podcast joins Big Screen Sports to discuss the film, and why its take on bringing modern music and sports themes to the 1300's works rea…
 
This is truly an example of the generation gap between mother and son when it comes to following sports in the age of new media. In this episode Peggy lets Jason pick the guest, and she's not particularly happy with his choice. You see, Peggy is a traditionally trained and educated sports reporter while her son Jason is a Generation Z sports blogge…
 
Episode 109 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features two guests. First up is James Andrew Miller, the best-selling author of books on CAA, ESPN and Saturday Night Live the host of the “Origins” podcast. He is followed by NBC NHL studio analyst Anson Carter. In this podcast, Miller discusses what college football moving from fall to…
 
Two years after "Teen Wolf," the gang is back. Well not Michael J. Fox. Or Stiles. Or Finstock. Pretty much just Chubs. Chubs is back, and now he's joined by Jason Bateman, plus new Stiles and new Finstock to make a movie that's just as bad. NYT best-selling author Jeff Pearlman and his son Emmett return to Big Screen Sports to ponder why anyone wo…
 
Earlier this year we had on Brian Gill & Kent Garrison to discuss our five favorite sports movies of the decade. Here's a clip about "Rush," a film that made two of our lists and is available to stream on HBO Max. If you enjoy the clip, check out the full episode on our feed. Tune in for Monday's episode covering "Teen Wolf Too" with Jeff & Emmett …
 
The baseball movie genre has produced tons of classics; "Bull Durham," "Field of Dreams," "A League of Their Own," etc. The list great baseball movies goes on and on. Unless you're baseball author and analyst Ryan Spaeder, who thinks most baseball movies suck. Ryan joins Big Screen Sports to talk "Major League" actors, some players that deserved be…
 
Just in time for the NHL summer playoffs, the Chicago Blackhawks greatest season ever takes you behind the scenes to an historic season that turned Chicago into a hockey town. The 2010 Stanley Cup winners bring home the cup to Chicago after 49 years & Blackhawks Teammates Brian Campbell & Colin Fraser recall the games, their teammates, the hated ri…
 
The defense is wrong, but this podcast covering a non-sports movie is always right. David Ruff from Washed Media returns to Big Screen Sports to break down why the legal comedy "My Cousin Vinny" is a perfect movie. Dave and host Kyle Bandujo will discuss the incredible performances of Pesci & Tomei, the surprisingly accurate court room action, the …
 
Last month ESPN premiered the documentary "Koshien: Japan's Field of Dreams" and it's very fair to say that it's one of the best baseball documentaries of the last ten years. Bobby Wagner of the Tipping Pitches podcast joins to discuss his impressions of the documentary and what we learned about Japanese baseball and the culture surrounding it. We …
 
Episode 108 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features three guests. First up is ESPN reporter Holly Rowe, who is covering the WNBA season from inside the bubble in Bradenton, Fla. Next is Tania Ganguli, the Lakers beat writer for the Los Angeles Times who is covering the NBA season from inside the bubble in Orlando. She is followed …
 
"The Program" takes a shot that few other football movies have; trying to realistically portray what goes on at a major college football program. That's a tall task. Barton Simmons (Barton & Bud podcast, CBS Sports) joins Big Screen Sports to grade how the film stacked up in portraying every single aspect of college football that it took a shot at.…
 
Episode 107 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features three guests. First up is ESPN national MLB writer Marly Rivera. Next is James Andrew Miller, the best-selling author of books on CAA, ESPN and Saturday Night Live the host of the “Origins” podcast. His latest project is a deep dive into the Cameron Crowe classic coming-of-age-fi…
 
Four months after sports shut down in the United States, professional and college teams and leagues are slowly returning to play. But how will it work? Will it last? What are the pitfalls? What is the one sport that is not likely going to return just yet? Joining the podcast is WSCR 670 The Score morning show host David Haugh to break it all down w…
 
What defines a favorite movie is different for everyone. It might be the most rewatchable, or the best movie, or have to do with the circumstances surrounding when you saw it. JR Hickey, host of the new podcast 'So Many Screens', stops by Big Screen Sports to drop his favorite sports movie of all-time, and name his least favorite as well. Follow So…
 
Brandon Kelly has a new podcast on the Blue Wire network, Golden Goal, discussing the greatest players and moments in soccer history. Today Brandon joins Big Screen Sports to do the same, but with soccer movies. We'll discuss the soccer movie genre in general, and then Brandon breaks down his top films, where you can stream them, and why you should…
 
Episode 106 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features two guests. First up is James Andrew Miller, the best-selling author of books on CAA, ESPN and Saturday Night Live the host of the “Origins” podcast. His latest project is a deep dive into the Cameron Crowe classic coming-of-age-film, “Almost Famous.” He is followed by Kurt Stree…
 
The Safdie brothers crushed it with "Uncut Gems," and while they didn't get any Oscars for their troubles, they're getting a bunch of praise in an episode of Big Screen Sports. Sam Esfandiari returns as guest to break down everything that hit right in this movie. We'll talk the incredible performance by Adam Sandler, the film's fantastic score and …
 
If you were a fan of Chicago Radio in the 90's this episode is for you! Get ready to laugh KevHeads as Peggy calls her old radio partner Kevin Matthews and they reminisce about the radio bits with Doc, Puglsy, Geli, Jerome. A groundbreaking radio show that talked about race relations in a comedic way with Doc, and gay rights with "Dan, the Gay Amer…
 
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