Athletics

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Episode No. 48: Jonathan Cole, Ballpark Architect

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Episode No. 47: Karthik and Phil discuss the NBA

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Episode No. 46: Matt Norlander, CBSSports.Com

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Episode No. 44: Brian McTaggart, MLB.com Astros Beat Writer

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Episode No. 29: Stefan LeFors, HS Football Coach/Former Louisville QB

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