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Standing Room Only

On this episode of Just Press Play, the Gus Johnson effect comes into play while the guys are shocked at the most valuable college football program (1:05). Then the L.J. is presented with the loss he was looking for last week and Hue Jackson doesn’t know how games end in the NFL (16:35). Who is to blame for the brawl in Vegas? And some big news from HBO may signify the end of an era (25:15). The guys figure out a way to make money and talk about some of the strangest stories in human history (45:12). All that and more, this week on Just Press Play.

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Justin Tucker Can Sing Opera?

The Bonehammer rejoins us for another mid week episode. What month is the best month to watch sports (1:05)? The guys hop right into that Monday night game where Tony promised a beat down but was afraid to give points. Who is Mahomes? Romo, Montana, or Favre (7:37)? Then, elsewhere in the NFL, the Rams are still good, Koetter may need to update his resume, and Jerry needs to learn a thing or two from Ozzy (20:39). Earl Thomas has his season ended and left with a gesture. Who is in the right and wrong here (45:44)? Then L.J. joins us for the pickem segment, where some QBs ride the hot seat and the guys are almost all about one team (55:33). All that and more, this week on Just Press Play.

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The Man, The Myth, The Legend

This week we get to finally bring all of the trash talk between L.J. and Tony to a head. The guys talk about the rise of the Browns, couples counseling in New England, how Houston can win, who can’t guard a receiving RB, an offense that can be discussed with the all timers, a team that needs one less yes-man, if Big Ben is even any good, and the usual team picking ender. All that and more, this week on Just Press Play.

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Octopuses on Molly

Tiger Woods walks away a winner, while the Bills and Titans killed parlays everywhere. The guys try to figure out where tryouts are for Drew Brees’s flag football team before breaking down who is still allowed to play football in the NFL. L.J. debases himself to defend a mortal enemy, and Kevin’s Science Corner asking why we’d drug octopuses… octopi? Octopodes? Octopicies? Whatever, all that and more, this week on Just Press Play.

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Scared of Patty Mahomes

This week, Uncle Tony is back to help us make sense of this week in the NFL. The guys talk about the how the Cowboys looked after Sunday night (1:00) along with the top three players in Seattle after Monday night (7:12). New England somehow scooped up Josh Gordon (16:50), and are these penalties getting out of hand? It depends on which one of us you ask (22:49). The Steelers are better at offense than public relations, but are they good enough at defense (31:17)? The best and worst of this season’s postgame looks and copyright applications (37:02) leads right into Who We Thought They Were, who to Buy Buy Buy, and who won’t make the playoffs (41:16). All that and more, (including Tony’s response to public criticism) this week on Just Press Play.

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Fool Me Once, Shame On Me

This week on Just Press Play, L.J. has some thoughts on the two weeks he was out, including a once in a generation talent and a better one game QB than Brady and Rodgers (1:00). Then we break out into our reaction from Sunday's games including: Why kickers and ties should be abolished (10:13), did Jalen Ramsey out-Belichick Belichick? (14:18) and the reason the Steelers are right not to pay the best skill position player in the NFL (27:05). As requested, the Razorback boys react to the scariest play in football moving forward (35:46). Finally, Kevin has some phone problems, twitter lessons, and salsa etiquette (41:04). All that and more, this week on Just Press Play.

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Watching Punter Highlights with Tony Green

Special guest Tony Green hops on to break down all the crazy stuff that happened after we recorded Sunday night in the Packers vs Bears. Do you want Brady, Rodgers or Brees for one game? For one season? (1:00) Then, let’s get into the Monday Night games to discuss if the Giants messed up not picking a quarterback and why New England assistants never coach well on their own (18:15). Kevin and Pops officially have a new favorite punter (47:06), and Kevin asks who is who we thought they were, who to buy buy buy, and who philosophically aligns with Jim Mora (52:32).

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Browns Are Gonna Browns

This week on the JPP Podcast, Kev and Pops react to the first FULL weekend of football while L.J. is out. The guys talk the Redzone Channel (5:30), the hardships of being a Cowboys and Razorback fan, the Brown celebrate… a tie (10:00), and Pops defends the new NFL rules (11:30). Then, Kevin has a theory on the beef between Le’Veon Bell and the Steeler’s offensive line (21:00), the Pats are playing chess while the rest of the league keeps playing checkers (35:00), College Football (37:00), and then a little U.S. Open. For this week’s WWLT Kevin reflects on Mac Miller’s passing and why it is so troublesome (44:00).

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Football Preview with NFL Insider Ben Allbright

This week, we welcome back NFL insider Benjamin Allbright as he welcomes us back to football season (17:22). We also get into Nike shenanigans (1:00), Nick Saban and more from college football (7:44), Terrell Davis and the Denver rookies (10:14), and a new Hockey Hall Of Fame rule (12:04). L.J. ponders something unique to the SEC (13:52) while Kevin ponders what are the chicken-dipping limits (49:35) All that and more, this week on Just Press Play.

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The Calorie Cap

This week, the guys welcome in the first day of the best part of the year with talks about how often you should brag about your fantasy league and how quiet you wanna keep insider info (1:00). Then, the gift that keeps giving gives Case Keenum a reason to sleep better at night, so the guys break down the value of a first round pick (15:18). How hard is it to be an all time athlete AND know how to see it in other people (29:24). All that and more, this week on Just Press Play.

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Barry Bonds Got Paid, Too

Pops is back from Dallas just in time for us to debate how far in the future is the death of the NFL preseason (1:00). Then, Kevin interviews Dallas sports journalist Saad Yousuf about the strengths, weaknesses, and what’s next for the Dallas Cowboys (17:52). If sharing accounts is so bad, why don’t streaming services just shut it down (44:48)? And finally, do the Eagles deserve an asterisk (51:36)? All that and more, this week on Just Press Play.

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Three Lefts Make A Right

This week, a man of ill-repute interrupts Kevin’s story about a champion tax to give us some on-location reporting while we give our best and worst of the week (1:00). Did Gruden say something crazy this week? Is it possible another coach says something crazier? (19:14). L.J. finds motivation from unexpected places (27:24). Kevin digs a hole so deep he forgets to quit digging (28:56).

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Animal Facts

This week, the guys talk about Monday Night Football being back, Josh Gordon, and dew points in their best and worst of the week (1:00), cover behind-the-scenes football shows (26:26), trash talking corners(31:17), and Jon Gruden (38:38), what’s the best little pet (40:18), hatch a plan to get back at a high dollar clothier (50:18), and Kevin’s already putting Duke deep in his bracket (56:50).

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Wash Your Underwear

With the season almost upon us, we got a little esoteric in this episode. We talk about how nobody can be sad during preseason, Tiger looking fly and why he’s so engaging, and the curious way that sports evolves in our best and worst of the week (1:00). Then we break down which cover songs define the song, from Jimi changing Dylan’s mind about his own song to Clapton introducing Marley to the USA, to Lauryn Hill just belting poetry (32:18). We move on to stories about when the plan doesn’t quite go as intended (53:15), we hatch a plan to find out who’s watch is the better spy (1:04:06), and we try to lock down what kind of chicken ads should you expect to see on a Sunday (1:19:59). All that and more, this week on Just Press Play.

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Look out for a little extra episode later this week about the Cowboys watching the window close, who is the true king of pop, and does guitar mastery have anything to do with it, and who do you trust in a small town bar.

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Football's Back Baby

We’re back with another action packed episode. With preseason football starting up Thursday, we’re starting to think ahead to fantasy football, Hall of Fame speeches, and the best receivers of all time in our Best and Worst of the Week (1:00). Then we examine the Urban Meyer scandal, and how it relates (or doesn’t) to Josh Hader and a previous worst of ours, the Chicago foul ball guy (25:05). L.J. tries to fix what ain’t broken (35:21), chicken plays too big a role in professional sports (44:57), and maybe we miss live TV, but maybe we just miss seeing Die Hard popping on randomly (47:18). Ever forget why you walked into a room the second you walked in there? Ever wondered how guitars work? Let’s learn together (57:05). All that and more, this week on Just Press Play.

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Grammar Sharp

This week, the guys debate chicken wings, all have a twist of fortune, and are pumped about the NFL (1:00)! With a little NFL preview, the guys get into concession stands, Carson Wentz, young guns, old hands, and the best football team in Cleveland (22:27). Can a tweet be unforgivable? The guys try to get to the bottom of an all-star dealing with high school tweets (42:11). Finally, Hannah tries to learn us how to speak English good (55:10). I think she has her work cut out for her. All that and more, this week on Just Press Play.

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The Titanic Wasn’t Unsinkable

Haters gonna hate, and we’re cool with it! This week, we get into foul balls and chip readers in our best and worst (3:24). We follow that up with some NBA free agency while L.J. loses his cool (18:21), and a Trout swimming against the MLB current (30:32). The Round Mound of Touchdown teaches us some hard truths about food (34:30). The ESPYs did something incredibly right with the Arthur Ashe Courage Award (43:30). Do you want a show that’s got a small amount of great episodes or one that has too many bad episodes (48:00)? Finally, what’s up with that extra 9 at the gas pump, and how do you know when you made it? (58:52). All that and more, this week on Just Press Play.

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Nothin' but the Dog In Me

There are a million songs about love, but only one about the boys being back in town. Well, Thin Lizzy, we know exactly how you feel, 'cause your boys are back on the air. Our best and worst include apologies and $3.5 million in damages (1:00). We're back with the layups, mourning the end of an era (13:14), the fall of star (16:29), the second coming of Tim Tebow (19:25), professionalism down under (23:18), the disgraced Duke of Garlic Dip (25:24), and why you should maybe feel a bit sorry for a certain group of millionaires (34:21). The we get into hypotheticals turning into real life (41:39), a revisit of Free B Willy (53:39), our quick world cup wrap up (1:01:20), and Kevin's foray into new fruit (1:07:57). Of course, as always, we wrap up with what we're listening to (1:10:50).

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Best of JPP Pt. 1

This is a rebroadcasting of our favorite clips from the first two months of Just Press Play. We begin with a Klostion from the episode Shout Out To Joe Cocker. Well, and Tupac… (0:30). Next, we start to peel fruit, from Sister Jean & Pittsnoggle (6:49). Did you have a good 4th? Revisit the best and worst renditions of the National Anthem from Full Blown Undercover Guy (10:12). Men’s room unwritten rules from Urinal Gum (23:12). Spelling a sniff from Most Useful Free Player (39:14). Ever wondered how a water cooler worked? So did Kevin. Also from Most Useful Free Player (42:06). Gene editing is back in the news, here’s our segment on the subject, from NFL Wrap Up & DNA Scissors (48:47). From Broth With Noodles, the guys talk about lab grown meat (1:10:30).

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Can't Skip Gravity

After a week in Chicago celebrating L.J.’s wedding, the gang is back together, well sort of. L.J. is still out on his honeymoon, but he and Hannah sent in their best and worst from Hawaii and Colorado (18:10). Pops and Kevin talk about the good bad and ugly of their recent road trip (3:40), their beloved Razorbacks coming up just short in the College World Series (11:10), and a childhood memory ending forever (13:40). Then, with NBA Free Agency getting underway over the weekend the guys discuss it all (26:30) including PG staying in OKC, and LeBron heading West. Then as always, they wrap up with WWLT and this week Pops has a twist (1:20:00).

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