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The Shotgun Start with Andy Johnson of The Fried Egg and Brendan Porath is a podcast waiting for you early in the morning that quickly blasts through a variety of topics (usually) related to golf and (ideally) relevant to the day. It covers news from the pro tours around the world, amusing and important topics from the amateur game the rest of us play, and some irreverent stuff in between. There will be short interviews, previews, reviews, and dives into the archives. It provides what you ne ...
 
Jason Phelps from Phelps Game Calls leverages his experiences as a badass competition caller, call maker, and dedicated hunter to bring you the tips and tricks he uses all season long that make him successful out in the field. From turkey to elk and beyond, join Jason as he sits down with the very best experts when it comes to hunting and calling. Tune in now so you too can get ’em close.
 
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The JP Emerson Show

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Nothing says nostalgia like a classic car and no one tells those stories better than the people who lived them. Each episode we ride shotgun through the backroads of our memories talking road trips, music, humor and what may lie ahead for the hobby. We'll meet new folks from across the country, industry insiders and celebrities with amazing tales to tell and a few secrets too! If you're all about horsepower, chrome, reliving the glory days or creating new automotive memories of your own, joi ...
 
A train pulls into the station - it's the end of the line. A Hobo jumps from a freight car, hoping for a fresh start in a new city. Instead, he finds himself trapped in an urban hell. This is a world where criminals rule the streets and Drake, the city's crime boss, reigns supreme alongside his sadistic murderous sons, Slick and Ivan. Amidst the chaos, the Hobo comes across a pawn shop window displaying a second hand lawn mower. He dreams of making the city a beautiful place and starting a n ...
 
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This is a slightly different Friday show, as an entire Precision Pro FBF segment turns into an episode. Golf Channel’s Brentley Romine recently researched and published an oral history on the 2012 NCAA men’s championships at Riviera, featuring a nail-biter between two juggernauts in Alabama and Texas and three-dozen players that would go pro, inclu…
 
This Wednesday episode comes a bit delayed with Andy on the road fleeing the morose Chicagoland area still dealing with Fitzy’s fade. Brendan promptly gets into the schedule for the week, beginning with Colonial, where Charles Schwab is handing out all manner of perks -- cars, belt buckles, and potentially a second tartan jacket in as many months f…
 
This week, we head under the mask, with a hockey goalie, who is a perfectionist, a hall of famer, and a huge drunk, who causes problems at hotels, and seems very willing to fight police officers. He was a hero, wherever he played, and that seems to be part of the problem, because even judges would tell him what a hero he was, while they were senten…
 
Colin Comer has more personal titles to his credits than automotive pink slips in his jaw-dropping collection. Muscle car expert, restorer, columnist, collector, author, historian, owner of the Comer collection…and that’s all just in the first moments of our conversation. From his work with Hagerty as valuation editor to his YouTube show “The Appra…
 
Another major is in the books, and Andy and Brendan begin this episode discussing how this was one you had to really work for to get some action. It was a sluggish weekend, and then it quickly wasn’t, as Justin Thomas stormed back into contending position while the leaders fell back in a variety of ways. They break up the episode into winners and l…
 
This Saturday night episode begins with an apology for our horrible Contender/Pretender predictions, a simply unacceptable performance for a gambling podcast. Then it’s on to the breaking news of Tiger Woods’s withdrawal, and the uninformed takes that will flow from it. They react to the third round as well, giving Mito his due for balling out and …
 
This Friday episode begins with more cat talk, but this one’s all about Tiger Woods dragging his decrepit body and rusty game across the cut line for another major weekend. Brendan hails the performance as one that will stick with him for awhile. In contrast to that inspiring show was Rory McIlroy, who is in Andy’s sights after a wholly mediocre ro…
 
Well it’s a unique Thursday episode after the first round of the PGA Championship, where ESPN’s Kevin Van Valkenburg is on the ground and writing insightful and reported articles. Andy and Brendan do not use his time to get into any of those substantive matters, but rather, as the originator of the “housecat” term to describe (maybe pejoratively) a…
 
Today's guest is the author of “The ultimate guide to black bear hunting”, “No Bait, Just Bears” and the creator of the ultimate predator calls app, Douglas Boze. Jason and Doug discuss what it takes to call in black bears. They start the conversation talking about the most important factor, finding where the bears are to begin with. They then dive…
 
It’s another major week, and one that has both Brendan and Andy buzzing thanks to a great venue with a host of player storylines that could come to fruition. But first, an Alex Cejka chat. Then they get to Tiger, who was in full form at his press conference and looks like he’s feeling himself and physically much improved. Justin Thomas taking up pi…
 
This week, we look at a man who was once the most famous human being, on the planet Earth. He was a hero of his country, and many others, as well. Given godlike status by fans, all over the world, his soccer prowess was unmatched, but so was his ego, and passion for partying. Cocaine, ladies of the night, and plenty of mafioso friends led him down …
 
This Monday episode begins with tales of Andy’s attempt to fill his POD before an upcoming move. Then it’s over to someone who is not on the move, namely Phil Mickelson, who will not be re-appearing to public life to defend his PGA Championship. Brendan and Andy discuss how bad it must be in Phil-ville to not defend his title, and the prospects of …
 
It remains the most unforgettable day in the history of the world’s most watched football league, the English Premier League. Sergio Aguero’s goal, 93 minutes and 20 seconds in to the last game of the season against Queens Park Rangers, who themselves survived relegation by the thinnest possible margin. The result handed City the title, and snatche…
 
This is a somewhat different SGS episode focusing on a singular story, diving right into the eventful week in the continuing drama between the PGA Tour and the disruptor league, LIV Golf. Brendan and Andy begin with the Tour’s denial of waiver requests to play the London event, and what that may have wrought on Tour in the immediate future, like th…
 
In this special brought to you by Code Sports and the Fox Football Podcast, Adam Peacock presents The Aguero Goal: Drama & Delirium. Ten years ago this week, Manchester City defeated QPR to win the English Premier League title in the most dramatic way. This podcast will chart the events leading up to - and during - the day through the eyes of four …
 
This Wednesday episode begins with an NBA Playoffs minute after Andy’s trip north to take in the Bucks-Celtics. On golf, Bio Kim gets a shoutout for his first win after the bird suspension. Then they begin by diving into the schedule for the week, starting at the Ranch, Craig T. Nelson Ranch. There’s reaction to a strong field in Dallas after weeks…
 
This week, we check in with a man who came from an athletic family, and followed in his father's footsteps, by going to dad's alma mater. All seemed set for a great career, and a good relationship with the community. The football didn't pan out quite like he thought, but the off the field violence does. Terrifying accounts of a very large, very dru…
 
It’s a punchy Monday episode full of energy after a Sunday spent with moms. Andy and Brendan get into the test of TPC Potomac against a middling field. Then it’s on to media darling and 4-time winner Max Homa, his perspective, and how the expectations get raised from here. There’s also an unexpected segment defending Keegan Bradley, a frequent punc…
 
Hailing from the heartbeat of the automotive culture where she holds the enviable position of Enthusiast coordinator at Ford Performance. As you might suspect, she bleeds blue oval, can regularly be found on the track in her Whipple supercharged 2018 Mustang GT or on her popular social channels covering everything from teardowns and builds to event…
 
This Friday episode begins with some questions on who asked for a Robert Allenby image rehabilitation tour. Then Brendan and Andy get to the latest on LIV, notably Westy Island sinking into the sea (this was recorded PRE-SERGIO, which will be addressed on Monday). There’s also a discussion of the weird PGL memo that was sent out to the world. Andy …
 
Out west it's a contentious topic: turkey hunting. Some love it and feel it’s the same as hunting elk during the rut, while others seem to be insulted by the idea. In this episode Dirk Durham and I dive into all of the similarities and a few of the differences. Some of the topics we dive into for our comparison: how to locate them, prescriptive app…
 
This Wednesday episode begins with some Andy and Brendan notes from their day at The Country Club in Brookline, site of this June’s U.S. Open. They discuss the tee sheet snafu that left Andy without a home, and relay a mini-primer about the course and how it might show for the national championship. There’s a potential big flagstick energy dilemma …
 
This week, we race into disaster, with an Englishman, who went from managing a car dealership, to running his own champion race team. But racing is an expensive sport to maintain, he found that out, first hand. His solution? Smuggle huge amounts of cocaine, in your car parts, while returning from other countries. Just when you thought he learned hi…
 
Lance Miller is Co-Owner of Carlisle Events, one of the first companies in the United States organized specifically to conduct and promote events for the collector car and truck hobby. Started in 1974 by Chip Miller, Lance’s late father, the event has grown from being a swap meet to 13 automotive events and four collector car auctions. After runnin…
 
It’s a first-of-the-month recording, which immediately puts Andy in a good mood for this Monday recap. First, however, Brendan begins with a Sunday morning wake-up to golf facts being shared far and wide. This time, there’s an accusation that the PGA, Southern Hills, and Tiger are in cahoots to make it an inequitable major championship. This leads …
 
This Friday episode begins with new video of Phil Mickelson surfacing, and the close inspection of it that followed and what that might have yielded about his playing plans and fitness. This dovetails into a chat about reports he’s signed on for all 8 LIV Golf events, and if his career is forever debased by the potential legal fight that might come…
 
Once the trigger is pulled on a turkey shotgun the result should be as quick and humane of a kill as possible. In this episode Jason discusses shotgun shells with Daniel Compton of Federal Ammunition. There are a tons of options and combinations of guns, chokes and ammo out there. They talk about all types of shot including TSS, Bismuth, lead and m…
 
This Wednesday episode is full of pep, beginning with a concern Brendan raises about Andy using a ridiculous peppy phrase in an email, which prompts an even more ridiculous explanation for the use of said phrase. Then they move to signs of life from Phil Mickelson, whose agent released a statement about keeping “options open” for two upcoming major…
 
This week, we tell one of the most incredible stories, in history. Not just sports. He grew up with 18 brothers & sisters, in a good family, but he took to the streets, being convicted of murder, before any thought of a sports career took place. His rise from teenaged murderer, to fighting Muhammad Ali for the heavyweight title is remarkable. But n…
 
Camrie Caruso comes from a long history of highly successful family racers. At 24, she recently made her NHRA Pro Stock debut at the controls of her Powerbuilt Tools Chevrolet Camaro after successful stints in Top Alcohol and Pro Outlaw classes. What makes this budding star rise above the exhaust is her outgoing personality that’s sure to make her …
 
Brendan returns for this Monday episode, which begins with a quick popping of the Zurich Classic before diving into an extended debate about the resume of Xander Schauffele, who added a two-man victory to that CV on Sunday. Some Billy quotes about wind in NOLA are also put up for further examination. Nasa Hataoka’s runaway win in LA is duly praised…
 
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