September 10, 2019
This week Aaron calls in from North Little Rock. The guys discuss the great victory over the hated Bears. They discuss how the Packers managed to pull off a difficult win. Then they discuss the massive win by the Badgers. The Badgers start off out-scoring opponents 110-0 over two games. Jon and Aaron get in a few required rips on the Gophers along th way. Then the guys discuss the Brewers surging wins over the Cubs. They disagree about whether or not they think the Brewers will make the playoffs.
The Last Call features some talk about the D3 football teams around the state and the continuing AB drama.
September 2, 2019
Jon and Aaron discuss the Packers cuts and the addition of B.J. Goodson. Then they run through their thoughts as the season starts against the hated Bears. Then they roll through the Badgers season opener against the Bulls of USF. The campaign for Jonathan Taylor gets on full speed right away. Then the guys discuss the Brewers and their chances for reaching the wild card.
After the main event, the guys walk through the epic failure of the SEC, the Badgers Men;s Hockey team, and the Notre Dame-Louisville fumble fest.
August 19, 2019
Jon and Aaron are back again for the second episode of Season Two! They talk about the second Packers preseason game. The guys cover the wide receiver depth, the lack of a real backup quarterback, the lack of quarterback snaps and the ongoing linebacker issues. Then they walk through the Badgers stories. Quintez Cephus is readmitted. Badgers start the season at AP #19. Then they go through an up-and-down Brewers week with a split against Minnesota and the hundred runs scored in Washington. Finally, they end with high school sports, Vikings as head hunters and Antonio Brown's ongoing helmet issues.
August 12, 2019
Finally, a Packers game for the guys to discuss. They bounce around on the issues of the Oren Burks injury, the play of Dexter Williams, not playing your starters and even the kickers. Then they touch on the reinstatement petition by Quintez Cephus. Next, they run through the wildly successful week for the Brewers. Keston Hiura and Eric Thames gave some needed power at key times. Meanwhile the starting pitching has been good recently and the Brewers pitching is, well, roughly league average. Chances in the coming weeks to catch both teams ahead of Milwaukee in the wild card standings. Then the Last Call ends the show with weird snails and "swatting" millionaires.
August 5, 2019
Jon and Aaron are back for another week of football and other Wisconsin sports. The Packers get ready for the Texans by dealing with a fight, a hamstring and a broken bike. The Badgers deal with the oddly timed comments of Alex Hornibrook. The games cannot start soon enough.
Then the guys talk Brewers. Getting through the start of Trent Grisham's major league career. Also, good starts with Lyles and Pomeranz as new Brewers. Jon and Aaron discuss the rough week and the look forward to their hopes for the future.
The show ends with the Last Call and talk of the Quentez Cephus trial and the Twitter response.
July 29, 2019
Jon and Aaron have plenty to talk about this week. Of course they start with their rants regarding the release of Mike Daniels. Then they talk Packers training camp and the receiving corps. Then they add in their thoughts on recent additions Rashan Gary and Danny Vitale. Then they discuss the recently announced Wisconsin-Alabama home and home series. Then the guys delve into the Brewers talk. Aaron admits the he is full in with the sell mode and who should go. The home series win over the Cubs always brings in the happy feelings. They end with a Last Call involving the Vikings and Tyreek Hill.
July 22, 2019
Jon and Aaron are eagerly awaiting the start of Packers Training Camp this coming week. Meanwhile, they are stuck in the midst of "list season." They discuss the preseason expectations for Badgers football. Then, they move into the Brewers to discuss the 5-2 stretch, the injury to Woodard, Hiura as the NL Player of the Week, and the usefulness of Ben Gamel. The guys discuss the addition of Kyle Korver to the Bucks before getting lost in some Army stories and ending with the Last Calls for the week.
July 15, 2019
Jon and Aaron are recording, but there is very little going on in the sports world. The All Star break ends the Brewers stumble slowly out of the break. A tough home series loss against the Giants fails to bring out optimism. Yelich and Hiura continue to rake, but the pitching continues to harm.
The guys then run through Packers idle talk and then roam into some points on the Northwoods League. While traversing the random lines of sports talk, they end up with talk of the greatest video games of all time. Humor is the only way to survive the Sports Abyss.
July 8, 2019
Back again, Jon and Aaron manage to throw small bits of football stuff into a podcast episode without real football news.
They also discuss the June Swoon of the Milwaukee Brewers. They touch on the recent minor league call ups and pitching woes. They discuss some of the past Brewers pitchers. Also, general feelings on the state of the Brewers as we enter the All Star Break.
Then, there was some news in the NBA as the Bucks managed to retain Middleton but traded Brogdon. They now also employ the two Lopez brothers.
Then they end with some talk of soccer, a little Bryce Harper lark and the NBA Summer League.
June 17, 2019
So, Jon is alone again while Aaron continues to attend his National Guard Annual Training. So, Jon attacks the week in Brewers news, starting with the fifth inning woes for the starting pitchers over the week. He laments over the failure of the weak June schedule as the Brewers fail to win the series in San Francisco. Then he walks through the Packers news including moves in the personnel department and the release of Kapri Bibbs. In the slow sports period Jon moves along with segments from the sports week including the Women's World Cup and O.J. Simpson entering Twitter.