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Posts from July 2013

Buffalo Wild Wings GameNight Wednesday July 31st Third Hour

In this hour the crew tackles a tough relationship question and Danforth reveals the ten states with the highest life expectancy. 



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Buffalo Wild Wings GameNight Wednesday July 31st Second Hour


The segment feature MLB writer Bob Nightengale from USA Today and the Bracketology Elite Eight. 



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Buffalo Wild Wings GameNight Wednesday July 31st First Hour

Andy and Taylor have had enough with the Oregon athletic department; find out why. 




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Buffalo Wild Wings GameNight Interview with Bob Nightengale from USA Today

Bob Nightengale, Major League Baseball columnist from USA Today, joins the GameNight guys to talk about the trade deadline and Alex Rodriguez. 

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Buffalo Wild WIngs GameNight Tuesday July 30th Third Hour

Danforth reads some mind boggling facts, a discussion of treadmills vs. running ourdoors, and more in the third hour!



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Buffalo Wild Wings GameNight Tuesday July 30th Second Hour

OSU basketball players Eric Moreland and Devon Collier were suspended today; Brandon tells us what he knows and also the greatest Bracketology matchup of all-time.



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Buffalo Wild Wings GameNight Tuesday July 30th First Hour

The guys discuss how Chip Kelly's offense will fare in the NFL and their most desired piece of sports memorabilia.



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Buffalo Wild Wings GameNight Monday July 29th Third Hour

The crew discusses some ridiculous goof-off stories including a New Zealand man who is being deported for being too fat.



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Buffalo Wild Wings GameNight Monday July 29th First Hour

The crew is back in full force! They discuss an interesting fact about Oregon and Oregon State football when going against the spread as well as Hunter Mahan leaving the Canadian Open early.



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Buffalo Wild Wings GameNight Monday July 29th Second Hour

The guys discuss the media overhyping athletes, the recent success of the LA Dodgers, and Bracketology. 



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